January 28, 2011

5 Best Smartphones

Though smartphones have been on the market for almost a decade, but the actually smartphone race started in 2007 when Apple introduced the iconic iPhone. Since 2007 number of smartphone models available on market and smartphone adoption rate has gone up by 10 times. There are hundreds of smartphones available on the market, but the list below includes cream of the crop – The 5 best smartphone available today:
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January 27, 2011

MacBook Pro and iMac Updates Imminent

Supplies of current MacBook Pro models are running low in Apple stores and third party retailers. Several sources have told MacRumors that MacBook Pro models specially 15-inch and 17-inch have a long wait time and one major retail chain has notified its branches that it won’t be able to fulfill replenishment orders for current MacBook Pro lineup. Also Amazon is showing 1-2 months wait time for 17-inch MacBook Pro model. The limited supply is a clear indication Apple is preparing to update the MacBook Pro models.
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January 26, 2011

Google Releases Android 3.0 Platform Preview

Google today released preview of the Android 3.0 SDK, with non-final APIs and system image, to allow developers to start testing their applications on tablets. Android 3.0 has new “holographics” UI theme and an interaction model that builds on multitasking, notifications, widgets and other Android features. Here are some of the Android 3.0 highlights:
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January 25, 2011

5 Best Interchangeable Lens Cameras for Prosumers

With advancements in sensor technology and decrease in camera prices many good interchangeable lens cameras are now available below $1,000. Here’s the list of 5 best cameras for prosumers priced below $1,000 that offer almost perfect combination of performance, price and size. As always the list below is not ranked and is a reflection of what we think are the best cameras available on the market for prosumers.
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January 23, 2011

Apple Lines up Component Suppliers for iPhone 5 Summer Launch

According to reports from Asia, Apple has started signing contracts with component suppliers for iPhone 5. Apple will be adding new component suppliers like Foxconn Electronics, Foxlink, Gold Circuit Electronics (GCE), Epistar and Qualcomm to meet the ever-increasing iPhone demand. Digitimes says that Apple will use these component suppliers for iPhone 5, which will be launched this summer.
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