Posts Tagged ‘previewed’
Personal Computer Journal just recently got a chance to test out Sprint’s forthcoming LTE network. The network, which is scheduled to present by 2014, is a very vital financial investment for Sprint– AT&T and Verizon are already making progress on their applications of LTE, and even T-Mobile has its accelerated HSPA + network to lean on for a while. Luckily, Personal Computer Journal’s outcomes should offer Sprint clients a justification for their patience. The tests were done using an LG Viper 4G LTE and ordinary download rates hovered between 9 and 13Mbps. Upload speeds pertained to a passable 2.19 Mbps, which places Sprint’s LTE service quicker than T-Mobile HSPA +, however timid of AT&T and Verizon’s LTE. This likely boils down to the Spint’s network using 5MHz segments of spectrum … Continue reading & hellip;
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You’re looking at Camera Extension: a new app for the Lumia 900 that, er, extends the phone’s camera function by adding burst, timer and panorama modes plus, most notably, a smart group shot feature. The latter takes five pictures in five seconds, then cuts out the heads and lets you swap ‘em out in the same way that BB 10′s Timeline Lens (amongst others) works. Will the app bring you out in goofy smiles? Find out in the video after the break, where WeLoveWindowsPhone.hk gives it a go.
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The first motherboards with Ivy Bridge-compatible Panther Point chipsets have been detailed by AnandTech and The Tech Report. The sites looked at motherboards from ASRock, Asus, Gigabyte, MSI, ECR, and Biostar. Although perhaps not quite as interesting as the new Ivy Bridge processors themselves, there are still some big improvements over the Sandy Bridge chipsets to note.
Intel’s new architecture finally includes native USB 3.0 — a long time coming — although the chipset itself will only provide two ports. Manufacturers will be able to add more, just as they have done for Sandy Bridge motherboards, but for low-end models the integrated support should help keep costs down. PCI Express (PCIe) has also seen a revamp, with all 16 lanes…
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Are you in DevCon withdrawal? Need a little BBX preview to ferry you safely into the weekend’s arms? Well, you’re in luck, as German site Macberry.de took the time to film a walkthrough of the recently released BlackBerry Playbook 2.0 developer beta. The homescreen of this new build now offers users folder options similar to that on iOS, neatly collecting your gaggles of data into appropriate bundles — like documents and games. But you probably care less about that, and more about seeing BlackBerry Runtime for Android apps in action. We’re happy to report those Google-specific applications are shown here running quite smoothly, filling the 7-inch tab’s screen without any hint of lag. You can download the dev build now for your own first-hand account, or simply click on past the break to gawk at the silent tour.
We expect each and every one of you to watch the Engadget Show’s initial live stream and to download / re-watch it when we post up the official HD files — and that expectation goes double for episodes featuring Steve Wozniak. So when we tell you about this awesome breakout clip of Nilay and Josh playing with Sony’s top secret Xperia Play / PlayStation phone prototype — the one Richard Lai previewed last week — it’s not because we suspect it’s the first time you’ve seen the footage. No, we just want to provide yet another excuse to watch Street Fighter EX Plus Alpha with slow framerate, and get a visual cue of the custom-made Josh Topolsky soundboard app. We imagine the games to be much Suite-r by the time the device makes its (much more likely than not) Mobile World Congress debut this month.
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If ever a post needed a sunglasses warning this one is it. Check out that paint job. It’s a pretty hot hue for a pretty hot car, the E-Cell, a Mercedes SLS AMG that has had its internal combustion assets stripped and replaced with not one, not two, but four electric motors. That’s one per wheel, naturally, and if you add them all up you get the equivalent of 528hp, a little short of the production car’s 563hp, but torque is up to 649ft/lbs from the stock car’s 479 — and being electric that’s all available from the start. Sadly, though, twisting force isn’t the only thing that’s swelled, with this car adding a whopping 880lbs to an already heft 3,571. According to Auto Express that’s had a decidedly negative effect on handling, but it does at least offer a quite respectable 125 mile range. No information yet on cost or when exactly Mercedes might put this thing into production, but earlier word was we won’t see it on the streets anytime before 2013. You’d better prepare yourself now by staring at the sun for a few minutes a day, and do yourself a favor: start squinting before you click “play” on the video below.
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