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Just like last year, ASUS is filling time before the Computex trade show by posting teaser trailers. Sporting a “We Transform” tag, its first one for 2013 features the spun metal casings, touchscreen laptops, convertibles, tablets and phones we’ve become accustomed to from the company. So what’s next? The video doesn’t appear to provide any hints, however the press page linked below includes a countdown to ASUS’ press conference June 3rd, and blank spaces for four more videos to come. We’ll keep an eye out for anything else that fills in the blanks (US release info for the Transformer Book would do the trick), check the video after the break to “transform your expectations of technology.”
The big-screen adaptation of Ender’s Game isn’t scheduled to land in theaters until November, but we’re already getting our first glimpse at some footage from the film — and the official teaser trailer is just around the corner. On May 7th, the film’s teaser will be unveiled during a live Google+ Hangout, accompanied by a conversation with three of the film’s key creative elements: director Gavin Hood, star Asa Butterfield, and producer Bob Orci (whose credits include Alias, Fringe, and Star Trek Into Darkness).
In the meantime, a brief spot announcing the event features our first look at footage from the film — including appearances from Harrison Ford and Sir Ben Kingsley. The Google+ Hangout itself will be taking place on Tuesday…
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Now that Samsung has confirmed that the Galaxy S IV will be revealed in a grand event in New York on March 14, mobile nerds only have one mystery to mull over — what is the damn thing going to look like? Well, Samsung isn’t telling just yet, but it has seen fit to release the first in a series of strange teaser videos for its newest flagship handset.
The clip stars a young lad who, for reasons beyond comprehension, has been entrusted with a carefully packaged Galaxy S IV to tote around in broad daylight — expect the little guy to pop up at the official launch event in just over a week.
Sadly, any of you hoping against hope that Samsung would deign to give us any new info on the GSIV will be very disappointed. All the video really reveals is that the device will fit comfortably inside a 1 ft x 1 ft cube, and that it’s potentially as radiant as, well, whatever was in Marcellus Wallace’s briefcase all those years ago.
The rumored spec sheet paints a slightly more sober portrait of the device — the Galaxy S IV is expected to pack a 4.99-inch 1080p Super AMOLED display, one of Samsung’s newfangled Exynos Octa chipsets, 2GB of RAM, and a 13-megapixel camera. It’s hardly a shock, but all those components will be reportedly shoved into another largely plastic chassis (or so says storied Russian leaker Eldar Murtazin, who correctly called the March 14 unveiling date). At this point Samsung is one of the last big Android device players that hasn’t yet unveiled its 2013 flagship phone and that’s probably just the way they like it, but we’ll soon see how devices like HTC’s One, Sony’s Xperia Z, and LG’s Optimus G Pro will fare on the market after Samsung drops its bomb later this month.
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Samsung has actually simply posted a teaser video for the upcoming launch of its new flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S 4. The clip shows a young boy, evidently “the secret messenger” of Samsung Mobile Unpacked 2013, taking shipment of an even-more-secret plan. The box probably consists of Samsung’s latest phone, however upon opening it the boy’s impressed face is lit up, Pulp Fiction-style, while the chintzy background songs does its best to mess up any sort of suspense. As teasers go, it’s frustratingly bad– even by Samsung criteria– however hopefully the phone is much better than this commercial. We’ll learn for ourselves quickly enough: Samsung is set to reveal its brand-new phone at an occasion in New york city City on March 14th. Continue reading & hellip;
MWC hype is in full swing, and ASUS has just released the coolest teaser we’ve seen so far. It depicts a shiny spaceship landing on Barcelona cathedral in Spain, shot from the perspective of baffled onlookers. We’re just as perplexed, and have only got the phrases “ultimate craftsmanship” and “the metallic miracle” to dwell on. Will we see some form of chromed-out device later this month, or is ASUS planning world domination with some extraterrestrial allies? Let’s hope it’s the former, but we’ll just have to
hide wait and see. Check the 30-second teaser vid below — Will Smith’s on standby.
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Ahead of a launch event next week, HTC has placed a countdown clock on the front page of its website teasing a new entrant to its One series. The clock, currently set at six days, is counting down to synchronous events in New York and London. Each time the final second hits “one,” it’s highlighted in green, and cryptic imagery that could reveal parts of the phone briefly appears behind it.
“So close, you can almost touch it.” The Ubuntu house page is currently controlled by a banner with that teaser, along with a clock counting to 8AM ET on Wednesday, January Second. Our guess is that the pre-CES announcement might concentrate on mobile, with a touch-friendly interface potentially on the horizon. During a Slashdot Q&A in December, Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth clued visitors in on the company’s plans to bring the OS to mobile gadgets, including smartphones and tablets, as part of a technique to acquaint desktop individuals with the Linux-based operating system. While this week’s announcement could fall in line with that goal, it’s most likely to be just one part of the picture, with 14.04 LTS not set to launch until April 2014 at the earliest. Regardless, we have even more than a day to go before Ubuntu’s secret is revealed, so tune your internet browser to the source link below to participate on the countdown enjoyable.
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