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Amid the bevy of phones outed in NTT DoCoMo’s summer lineup, the Japanese carrier snuck in a tablet: Sharp’s Aquos Pad SH-08E. A 7-inch 1,920 x 1,200 IGZO display dominates the front of the Android 4.2 device, while a 1.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon 600 processor and a 4,200mAh battery are tucked inside. When it comes to imaging, the slab totes an 8.1-megapixel shooter on its rear, and wears a 2.1-megapixel cam on the front. The hardware’s also been kitted out with WiFi, NFC and TV tuning capabilities, along with waterproofing and dustproofing, to boot. As the slate’s outfitted to work with DoCoMo’s Xi LTE network, it’s capable of sucking down 100Mbps and uploading at 37.5Mbps. There’s no word on how much it’ll empty wallets, but it’s penciled in to be available in Japan by the end of July.
Source: NTT DoCoMo (PDF)
The world of fashion has currently brought 3D-printed dresses into the fold, however we do not bear in mind ever seeing one rather like this: a fully-articulated, 3D-printed gown with almost 3,000 joints, allowing it to delicately drape and seductively circulation with the curves of the woman who wears it. In this case, it’s burlesque star and model Dita Von Teese putting on the nylon dress, which was crafted exclusively for her by design studios Francis Bitonti and Michael Schmidt. Teese modeled the dress at the Ace Hotel in New York City previously this week.
The gown is embellished with over 12,000 Swarovski crystals and– designers declare– follows the Fibonacci Series in the method it curves around a woman’s body, in order to maximize its theoretical …
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As MWC draws near, it’s not surprising to see an increase in leaks, and today we bring you a few more pictures of Huawei’s Ascend P2, which recently made a cameo in some unofficial product shots. The 4.7-inch full HD handset is expected to feature Android 4.1.2, a quad-core 1.8 GHz processor (developed in house), 2GB of RAM, 8GB of built-in storage (plus microSD), a 13MP shooter and a 2200mAh battery. Slotting below the 5-inch Ascend D2 and 6.1-inch Ascend Mate we saw at CES, the Ascend P2 is rumored to be less than 6.45mm thick with Nexus 4-like on-screen buttons. Of course, since the FCC is unlikely to certify such a svelte device, it’s likely we’ll see a tweaked version of this phone if it ever makes it to the US — then again, it looks thicker to us in the pictures. Pricing is supposedly targeting the 3,000 Yuan mark ($ 480), unsubsidized. Guess we’ll find out more in Barcelona, right? Hit the break for a couple more images.
Via: M.I.C. Gadget
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Amazon Prime flaunts a month-to-month rate tag, now supplies streaming and two day shipping for $ 7.99 per month
Amazon Prime’s trifecta of two-day shipping, instantaneous media streaming and regular monthly Kindle publication leasings simply became a bit more customer friendly at a somewhat greater rate. As a Hacking Netflix reader just recently saw, Amazon is now welcoming users to get into Prime for $ 7.99 a month, bringing the expertise in line with Hulu and Netflix’s regular monthly rates schemes. The cost of skipping the annual fee is its own expense, however– subscribers who stick with Prime for a full year will certainly pay $ 16.88 over the annual plan. Paying for all 12-months ahead of time is still a choice, of course, scoring long-term customers a 20 percent rebate at checkout. Excellent offer? Sure. Also much better if you’re trying to conserve shipping this holiday season.
Filed under: Home Entertainment, Internet, AmazonAmazon Prime showcases a month-to-month cost tag, now supplies streaming and 2 day shipping for $ 7.99 per month originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 06 Nov 2012 04:19:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink Hacking Netflix|Amazon|Email this|Comments
Lenovo’s upcoming IdeaTab A2109 didn’t drop in on the FCC with its seven-inch brother, but that hasn’t stopped it from reaching shops. The nine-inch gadget appears to be in stock on Finest Buy’s on-line shop, delivering 16GB of storage, an NVIDA Tegra 3 processor and a standard serving of Frozen yogurt Sandwich for $ 299. The slate isn’t really merely readily available for order, either– according to Best Purchase’s stock locator, it can easily be discovered in brick and mortar shops too. The A2107, on the other hand, isn’t so readily offered, however we’ll let you know when Lenovo lets it come out to play.
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You can not win ‘em all. Such is the case with the Curiosity rover, anyhow, as diagnostics have actually disclosed that its wind sensors have actually sustained damages. NASA engineers aren’t completely sure exactly what caused this slight problem to the otherwise effective landing, however hypothesize that stones could’ve been kicked up throughout the rocket-powered landing, which then struck the sensing unit’s electrical wiring. Fortunately, there’s currently somebody on the job, as Javier Gomez-Elvira is checking out the damage with the intent of restoring the lost functionality. Yet another NASA expert, Ashwin Vasavada, believes the concern is rather slight: “It deteriorates our ability to detect wind speed and direction when the wind is blowing from a specific direction, but we think we can work around that.”
The damaged instrument was at first found as part of NASA’s regular power-cycling of all instrumentation, so as to identify an overall costs of health for the rover. Now that Curiosity has made its struggle marks, it can hold its head high during its quest to Glenelg and Mount Sharp.
When we say “mystery,” we entirely mean it. We do not know if this is a phone or a tablet, or even if it’s genuine– stranger things have actually happened that concocted benchmarks. All we can easily say for sure is that a recently unheard-of tool called the HTC 6435LVW has appeared over at the Community Uploads part of the GLBenchmark site, scoring a ludicrous 121 FPS in the Egypt Offscreen 720p examination– that’s greater than two times the score of the HTC One X (LTE), and 20 percent higher than the current performance supremo, the Galaxy S III. However that’s not all, because the benchmark listing even throws up some specifications: notably a 1794 x 1080 resolution (could that mean a brand-new HTC tablet with onscreen buttons?) and a Qualcomm MSM8960 processor (could it be the Pro model?). There are a lot of questions to ponder, but right here’s one final information: the Android ICS variation is explained as a Verizon build, so if this thing is legit perhaps that’s where it’s headed.
It’s been barely over a month since the Firefox 13 beta began, but the wait for a completed version has felt especially drawn out. Thankfully, Mozilla has just wrapped up its work and set loose the polished code. The new release makes its changes felt right away, as you’ll see a new default home page with bookmarks and history. Opening a new tab page presents a list of most visited pages — a feature that we can swear we’ve seen in a few browsers before. A slightly fresher addition switches on Google’s SPDY protocol by default, which as its convenient acronym suggests should squeeze and streamline web traffic to load it faster. Mozilla won’t completely open the floodgates until tomorrow, but you can download Mac and Windows editions today from the source links below.
It’s only been a few days since we first heard the rumors about an upcoming, Sprint-bound LG quad-core slab, and now that same LS970 “superphone” is back for more action. Thanks to yet another snap acquired by the folks over at BriefMobile, we can now spot a couple extra details on the device, including its previously unknown NFC capabilities. Contrary to earlier beliefs, the alleged LG Eclipse also seems to offer a removable battery, which is likely to make some power users very content. Something tells us this isn’t the last we’re going to see of this super handset, though, so we’ll keep you in the loop if any more noteworthy findings appear.
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If you were wondering when you could pick up Sirius XM’s latest touchscreen touting receiver, you can scoot just a little closer to the edge of your seat — the Lynx just made its way through the FCC. An accidental Best Buy listing in October outed the satellite radio as a possible Android device. The FCC teardown didn’t betray what version of the dessert themed OS the receiver might be running, but a tidy Immersion logo suggests that the radio’s touchscreen might support some of the outfit’s haptic feedback tricks. Rumors and scuttlebutt aside, the Lynx passed through its federal inspection with flying colors. We’ll let you know if we ever get a bead on its release date.
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