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While there were few surprises when the Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 swung past the FCC, we didn’t expect additional tablets all that quickly. However, we’re already looking at one today: a Samsung SM-T310 (the Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 is the SM-T210) has just reached the US agency carrying 16GB of storage, Bluetooth and WiFi. The filing doesn’t reveal just which product family is involved, but the 9-inch diagonal frame is about in line with that of an 8-inch tablet that isn’t just a clone of the Galaxy Note 8.0. To us, that suggests the tablet may instead be a rumored Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 that would drop the S Pen and, by extension, the price. Samsung hasn’t confirmed anything beyond incidental certifications and support pages for the SM-T310, but the FCC appearance hints that we’ll learn considerably more in the near future.
We’ve already seen Sony take a stab at a Windows 8 hybrid in the form of the VAIO Duo 11, and now a clip has appeared on YouTube apparently showing an unannounced 13-inch Ultrabook slider with a 1080p Triluminos touchscreen display. Allegedly, the video is being used for training at UK retail chain Dixons, and in addition to repeatedly collapsing and opening the slim white and silver unit, the demonstrator plays around with a stylus in Microsoft’s Fresh Paint. There are a couple of text overlays near the end of clip, highlighting the “SurfSlider design,” backlit keyboard, ClearAudio+ and ActiveSleep tech, as well as its 10 hours of battery life. NFC is also said to be on board, along with an 8-megapixel camera with Exmor RS sensor, Intel Core i5 processor, 4GB RAM and 128GB SSD. The incredibly grainy video is embedded after the break, and although we can’t verify its authenticity, we also can’t ally it to any known product.
[Thanks, Aiga and Christopher]
This is a video from laser lover (and possible balloon hater) Scott Stevenson popping 100 balloon with a powerful burning purple laser. You may remember the previous video from Scott where he did the same trick except the laser was green and the balloons were red. That made for some slow popping. But this one? This one goes QUICK. Seriously, you blink and you might miss it. If you close your eyes? If you close your eyes you might start daydreaming about a passionate kiss with a lover. That’s what I did. Then when I opened my eyes everybody in the coffee shop was staring at me and you know what I told them? I was just kissing all of your moms right then.
Hit the jump for the video.
Samsung’s ‘Godiva’ might be one of Verizon’s worst-kept keys of the past a number of weeks, with leaks involving both benchmarks and images. There ares less of secret included now that the gadget has actually passed with the FCC’s testing. Showing under its SCH-i425 name, the smartphone carries the requisite CDMA and LTE bands, consisting of support for future AWS networks. GSM roaming and NFC are also hiding below the phone’s surface. The approval is good news for Verizon, whose mid-range gadget is closer to reaching shops, although it may come late to draw lots of customers’ eyes– when the Galaxy S IV is right around the corner, we have a hunch that many attention will be concentrated directly on Samsung’s high end.
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Scotland-based Simple Audio announced today that it has been acquired by American computer component maker Corsair. The five-year-old audio firm is best known in Europe for its networked set-top receivers, which are capable of sharing music from PCs, Macs, TVs, iPods and MP3 players. In an effort to expand its reach, Simple Audio hopes that this multi-million dollar deal will help bring its products stateside sometime this year. While there’s no word how many doubloons Corsair shelled out, the company stated that it had been eyeing Simple Audio since 2010 and felt that it was the right time to make a move. To take a closer look at this acquisition, click through to the press release after the break.
Source: Simple Audio
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You’d think bigger (screen size) would mean better (resolution). But not for Archos’ recently announced 10.1-inch Titanium tablet. No, this particular tab, which just surfaced at the FCC, actually sports a comparatively middling 1,280 x 800 IPS display — when contrasted with the Retina-like screen on the 9.7-inch model, anyway. We’ve already gotten hands-on with the Android 4.1 slate back at CES last week, so there’s no real surprise where specs are concerned: dual-core 1.6GHz Rockchip CPU, quad-core GPU, WiFi b/g/n and a 3.7V Li-ion battery. The main takeaway here? Well, you could be seeing it hit US shores sometime soon, just don’t expect any carrier affiliation.
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Sirius XM’s first Onyx radio showed its face 3 years ago. For the technology globe, that may too have actually been eons; that makes it something of a relief to see an update, the Onyx EZ, experiencing the FCC for approval. The differences that validate the 1950′s – era design suffix are tougher to recognize, nevertheless. Both the present and future Onyx models revolve around ostensibly exact same function sets that include a PowerConnect FM transmitter to improve in-car setup, station preset controls and quick access to both traffic and weather condition. If there’s even more lurking below the EZ, we’ll need to hang around for a formal launch, whether it goes to a Las Vegas trade program or later on into the year.
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Evidently feeling we were running reduced on Galaxy mobile phones after the existing lineup of Galaxy S III, Galaxy S III mini and Galaxy Note II, Samsung’s SHV-E270L just made the FCC rounds and is reported to be next in line. Flashing its codename “Baffin” in the papers, this gadget does not appear destined for a look past Korean borders, however an one-of-a-kind blend of specifications and reports that it will show up as the “Galaxy Grand” continue to intrigue. Listed as an LTE phone in the Bluetooth database, and appearing in GLBenchmark reporting a 1.4 GHz (perhaps quad-core) CPU like the Galaxy S III, however with a much reduced 800×480 WVGA display. According to a report from Korea’s Cash Today, the concept is to develop a gadget for older consumers that’s easier to check out with larger icons and letters on its large 5-inch reduced res display (as opposed to the 5-inch 1080p pixel density monsters we’re now useded to), with a quad-core CPU pushing Android 4.1 and its Smart Stay features plus a 2,100 mAh battery. We’re uncertain if it will certainly enhance your parent’s scores in Fruit Ninja, however vision-challenged KT, LG U + and SK Telecom customers may have an interesting decision to make very soon.
YouTube has been experimenting a whole lot with its appearance of late, but an intriguing new spin on its video clip player has actually really grabbed our eyes. By right clicking on any type of video clip on its pc website (control clicking for Mac users) and choosing “Pop Out,” you could see a minimalistic new user, and by then clicking on the “home” icon, a YouTube Trends option along with a column of brand-new icons. Up until now, those do not seem to operate, and we haven’t learnt through Google yet regarding whether this appearance presages something much more long-term for the website. Thinking about the means Mountain View’s been futzing lately with its “broadcast yourself” portal, do not get comfy simply yet.