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Samsung is no stranger to teasing its fans, and with expectations running high that it’ll introduce a true cameraphone — the Galaxy S 4 Zoom — in London on June 20th, you’ll have to forgive us for being more than curious for what’s in store. We’ve already seen a hint of such a device at the FCC, but now it seems that we may be looking at the hybrid phone / camera in all its eyebrow-raising glory. Thanks to SamMobile and TechTastic, we’re treated to purported renders and “in the wild” shots of the Galaxy S 4 Zoom, which line up with expectations that it’ll be based on the Galaxy S 4 Mini. If this is the real deal, in addition to similar specs, it seems that we can expect a dedicated shutter button on the righthand side, which is situated below a volume rocker that’s said to activate the camera’s optical zoom lens. On the opposing side of the cameraphone, you’ll find a dedicated tripod mount. Could this be an intentional leak in response to a similar outing from Nokia? Only time will tell, but we hope to know for sure in the coming days.
Samsung committed to launching Tizen devices almost as soon as 2013 began, but there has been little to show for its promise outside of a developer phone. To our relief, there are signs of sustained interest in the project: Techtastic has spotted a Samsung user agent profile for the Tizen-toting GT-i8805. The web code suggests that the company is playing it safe with its first wave of hardware for the OS, however. While the i8805 appears to support LTE, mentions of a 720p display and an older ARM Cortex-A9 chip probably won’t have technofreaks regretting their Galaxy S 4 purchase. Even so, the sighting should give hope to those who’ve been waiting months on end for Bada’s spiritual successor.
Remember, you only get one chance to make a good first impression.
On any dating website, choosing your profile headline takes some finesse and creativity. It's the first thing viewers will see, and judge, on your profile. The situation is no different for the “world's biggest gay hookup site,” Manhunt. The website decided to have their tech team pull data for the most popular headlines in the United States of America.
Forty-nine of fifty states had some variation of “hey guys” at the top of their list. Connecticut was the only state that had some creativity with, “looking for a top.” Can you feel the romance blossoming?
How can you resist a line like that?
We have to be skeptical when new devices arrive at the FCC without photos or a blinking sign that says “I Am AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy S 4.” But even doubters can connect the dots in this case and declare that a certain Samsung SGH-i337 that the FCC just waved through is likely that very model. Why? First off, it’s carrying a certain LTE band 17 used exclusively by AT&T in the US. Secondly, the dimensions line up perfectly with what we recently got our hands on at Samsung’s recent Galaxy S 4 phone-a-palooza. Finally, we already saw a device packing the same model number on UAProf, a normally reliable source that revealed a 1,080 x 1920 screen and “ARM11″ Exynos processor. Since it’s unlikely the carrier has another unannounced 1080p model coming from Samsung, those coveting an AT&T GS 4 can probably start warming up their wallets.
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Google+ released a number of small but noticeable visual updates to its mobile apps today, but that’s not all. The site now supports animated GIFs for user profile photos in addition to within posts, as Google announced in an update this afternoon. The animated GIFs work on both Google+’s desktop and mobile views, though profile GIFs only show up as still images when they appear next to a user’s post. The move comes on the heels of Google introducing a separate search filter specifically for the popular, meme-friendly image format. Google’s move to embrace the GIF makes Facebook’s lack of support for the format all the more conspicuous. It also stands in stark contrast to Twitter, which began blocking animated GIFs from user profile…
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The social masses have actually talked and Google’s listened. Beginning today, the search titan’s boosting Google+ profile web pages with additional functions based on frustrating feedback to offer users more modifying control, a flashier presentation and a more clear social outpost. Now, specific profile “cover images” will display at up to 2120px by 1192px and rollout into full widescreen (16:9) view when picked. The ‘About’ area is likewise seeing a minor revamp, getting a Now-like transformation that breaks down categorical user details into cards for easier modification. And to service the critic deep within us all, Google’s adding in a ‘Neighborhood review’ tab along with those for photos, videos and +1′s so your network of pals can make trusted dinner bookings. These changes are set to work “gradually,” so do not waste your time mashing that refresh button. Or do, if you’re the impatient type.
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Generally when we get a peek at Google’s Mountain View home it’s to gawk at the most recent Android-related statue however a Vanity Fair article posted today showed the business’s future HQ plans. After starting plans for a brand-new framework next to the existing Googleplex and then deserting them last year, it’s selecting a new facility made by Seattle company NBBJ (which also created offices for the Bill & Melinda Gates Structure) in another area of the city. Planned to open as quickly as 2015– potentially ahead of Apple’s halo-shaped brand-new digs– it’s called Bay View and consists of 9 buildings linked by bridges over 42 acres.
According to Google it’s designed for lots of employees to run just on natural light, and get themselves of the numerous cafes and green roofs. Quoted in the article is civil engineer David Radcliffe, who claims that workers will never be more than a two and a half min walk away from each various other, which, in addition to the bent floorplan of each structure, is intended to develop chances for innovation through “laid-back accidents”. These are simply a few of the pieces included in the article waiting past the source link, however we’re still attempting to figure out where they concealed parking spots for all the self-driving vehicles.
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
Source: QQ Tech
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Hot on the heels of its integration of Google+ hangouts in Gmail, Google has introduced new profile cards, which allow users to add contacts to circles, navigate to their profile, and more from right within the email service. In order to access the features, both the sender and recipient must have their email addresses linked to their Google+ profiles. Google has also added shortcuts for initiating shortcuts and viewing all previous emails from the sender. The new and improved Gmail profile cards are live for all users now.
Instagram for iPhone merely hit variation 2.5, which marks the 1st time the app has been updated since Facebook accepted acquire it back in April. Instagram 2.5 is mainly a visual update, featuring a brand-new Explore tab for searching hashtags and usernames, search autocomplete, and a spruced up profile. In a few minutes of using the application, loading pictures and opinions seems far speedier than previously. Opening the video camera is even super quick, but maybe what you’ll notice the most is the new “Explore” tab, which replaces the Popular tab of yore. Explore has actually obtained a new navigational image, as well as a search bar at the top of the screen for identifying other users and hashtags. Formerly, the progressively favored search arena was concealed …