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HP will certainly sell essential pieces of its webOS item and group to LG for use in wise TVs, however contrary to earlier leaked reports, the offer doesn’t consist of the entire webOS portfolio. What’s even more, LG’s strategies consist of the possibility of ultimately producing a phone or various other mobile devices that run webOS, although the company continues to be concentrated on tvs in the short-term. The outcome is an offer that appears like a clean exit from the webOS ordeal for HP, and the starts of another muddled, perplexed chapter for Palm’s os with LG at the helm.
According to HP COO Expense Veghte, LG will get the source code, paperwork, internet sites, and team behind the client side of webOS, however HP will preserve the whole cloud services division …
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Looks like the Optimus G isn’t the only smartphone from LG that’ll soon hit United States carriers, as its likewise sized (yet slower) sibling has simply been outed for T-Mobile. True to form, the price and release date of the Optimus L9 are wholly absent from the equation, but beyond any considerable tweaks, consumers could rightfully expect an Android 4.0.4 smartphone with a 4.7-inch qHD display that’s powered by a dual-core 1GHz CPU. In its international version, the unit also sports a 5-megapixel camera, 4GB of inbuilt storage space and a 2,150 mAh battery, which supplies a rough standard of what’s on the horizon at T-Mobile. Naturally, there are more powerful smartphones to be discovered, however if the rate is right, the Optimus L9 may hit a sweet spot for lots of.
If you’ve been speculating just what kind of eye candy Canon’s EOS-1D C is capable of, you might be in luck. The team over at EOSHD have obviously snagged some 4K sample video footage from an early prototype of the unreleased, professional-grade DSLR. The clip looks slick to us, albeit lacking in the scenery division. Nevertheless, EOSHD comments that while a “large step up for image quality compared to all previous DSLRs” the video recording footage isn’t really as sharp as stills from the 1D X (the 1D C’s less-endowed sibling) and “not near exactly what real 4K must look like.” (Of course, anybody searching for real 4K is advised to step up to Sony’s $ 70k F65 CineAlta, so we guess you get exactly what you pay for). You can check into the minute-long clip, however scaled to a Vimeo-friendly 1,920 x 1,080, after the break. If your discerning eye requires the raw footage, however, why not grab the few seconds accessible at the source link and let us know your thoughts? That’s what the opinions are for, after all.
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That knew Lego characters needed to be somewhere in a rush? Adafruit did, as it merely whipped up a minifig-sized train schedule. The invention mates one of Adafruit’s own 1-inch OLED boards with an Arduino Uno controlling the schedule behind the scenes. It looks to be a straightforward project for the DIY kinds, although the display is presently all program: the routine doesn’t (yet) pair with the train tracks to instantly let your minifigs recognize if their vacation to the pirate spaceship castle has actually been delayed by ghosts. You can check the source link for the full directions. Duplo builders, alas, are kept out of the loop.
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Well, what do we have here? According to “trusted sources” over at This Is My Next it’s a Motorola Spyder, or a Droid RAZR, or maybe even the Droid HD we peeped back in August. Whatever the name, the phone is apparently packing a first-of-its-kind 4.3-inch, 960 x 540 qHD super AMOLED display. The rumored LTE handset also supposedly contains a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, an 8 megapixel, 1080p rear-facing camera and HD front-facing camera, and is apparently outfitted in Gorilla Glass and Kevlar. TIMN is also boasting exclusive new details for the recently outed Atrix 2. It seems the name is confirmed as well as a handful of previously identified specs. What’s more, the phone’s got a couple of accessories on board, including a laptop dock called the Lapdock 100, also rumored to play nice with the Spyder, or RAZR, or HD. More images of both devices await you at the source links below.
Technology â€º Xoom emerges as first real iPad competitor
Motorola’s Xoom has been hailed as the most likely tablet computer to rival Apple’s iPad â€” the first with the goods to compete against theâ€¦
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Motorola XOOM gets Android 3.0.1 update for Flash support
Motorola has begun pushing out a new update for the XOOM tablet, which updates the slate to Android 3.0.1. The new firmware, build number HRI66 â€“ which Motorola tweeted was to pave the way for the incoming Flash Player 10.2 update â€“ currently lacks a build log, so itâ€™s hard to know what else may have changed. However, itâ€™s also believed to contain a daylight-savings-time fix, ahead of the clocks …
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Motorola Xoom Will Be One of the First Honeycomb Tablets
The Motorola Xoom is Motorola’s first entry into the rapidly expanding world of touchscreen tablets. The Xoom will join the swelling ranks of Android tablets but will be one of the first tablets to feature Android 3.0 Honeycomb. This is the first version of Android designed specifically for tablets, with earlier versions of the OS found on older tablets being designed primarily for smartphone …
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Xoom Emerges As First Real iPad Competitor
Motorola’s Xoom has been hailed as the first tablet with the goods to compete against the uncontested leader in this nascent but rapidly growing market.
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Xoom emerges as first real iPad competitor
Motorola’s Xoom has been hailed as the most likely tablet computer to rival Apple’s iPad – the first with the goods to compete against the uncontested leader in this nascent but rapidly growing mark …
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Xoom is Almost as Good as the iPad–But Not Quite
Motorola’s Xoom is the best non-iPad tablet so far. But it helps illustrate just how far ahead of its rivals Apple remains. Before I get into that, let me say that there’s a lot to like about the Xoom, which hit store shelves late last month.
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Staying true to its Galaxy S forefather, the Nexus S has shown up with a new white shell, which, just as with the Galaxy S, only extends to its rear portions, leaving the front end a familiar shade of noir. Just what’s keeping manufacturers from blanching their phones’ visage, we don’t know, but at least it’s looking like there’ll be some variation in the Nexus S’ palette. We did notice a “Silver Black” Nexus S sprouting up in European retailers’ listings a couple of weeks ago, which this could well be — it all depends on how loosely these companies define the word “silver.” There’s no knowledge on when or where this chromatically altered S will be on sale, but you’ll know more as soon as we do.
Is AT&T seriously gearing up to sell a subsidized Nokia smartphone once again in the US of A? Given the company’s long absence from being included in any US carrier’s smartphone section, it still feels more like a dream than an impending reality, but that image above is certainly hard to ignore. According to Pocketnow‘s sources, the first press images of the Nokia X7 are legitimate, and the AT&T branding isn’t by accident. Purportedly, the Symbian^3-based phone will be hitting Ma Bell’s shops as early as this month, bringing along an eight megapixel camera (with dual-flash), four speaker grilles (two of which have drivers underneath) and a ClearBlack display. Hit the source link for a look at the rear.