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| TechNews - Samsung to Offer 5G Service by 2020 - tech|
|(hx) 02:25 AM EDT - May,13 2013 |
- Samsung to launch 'Android Book' laptops this year - The
analyst states that Samsung plans to launch the first such "Android Book"
with Jelly Bean, possibly version 4.3 of the mobile OS. He implies
that broader plans are under way at Google to optimise Android for
notebooks with the next major release, version 5.0, which is widely
expected to be called "Key Lime Pie." Recent reports have indicated
that Android 5.0 has been delayed, and the analyst appears to suggest
that there may have been an earlier plan to launch the first Android
Book at Google's I/O conference this month, before development of the
OS was slowed. He further states that "some brand vendors, like
Samsung, want to move first", forcing them to launch with Jelly Bean.
He adds that "shipments will be limited as the current Android OS isn't
well supported for laptops."
- Microsoft releases hot fix for Internet Explorer 8 exploit -
Microsoft has now issued a
hot fix for Internet Explorer 8, about a week after a zero day
exploit was first reported in the web browser that has been blamed as
the cause of attacks that have created malware infections on a number
of websites. Keep in mind that this patch is just for Internet Explorer
8. People who have other versions of IE installed on their PC are not
affected by the exploit and therefore don't need to download this hot
fix. FYI, It's Patch Tuesday time again with
Microsoft offering a total of 10 security updates addressing 34 vulnerabilities
including a critical patch for the IE8 zero-day flaw.
- Microsoft finds malware that targets Facebook profiles -
Samsung Electronics Corporation has developed the next generation
wireless technology, it was announced today. Samsung has developed the
core technology for the
world's first 5G network which the company says will be ready for
users in 2020.
- Using Google Now On The Galaxy S4 - Google Now recently
launched on iOS devices giving iDevice users a taste of the personal
assistant service and predictive search, although it does not run in
the background. Those
using Android 4.1 and above can simply swipe up from the bottom of
the screen to get to Now, but it's different on the Galaxy S4.
- Samsung to Offer 5G Service by 2020 - Samsung Electronics
Corporation has developed the next generation wireless technology, it
was announced today. Samsung has developed the core technology for the
world's first 5G network which the company says will be ready for
users in 2020. Under the new platform, users can download and upload
data at speeds of up to tens of gigabits per second (Gbps), compared to
75 megabits per second (Mbps) posted by the fourth-generation long-term
evolution (LTE) service.
- Apple Wants Android Source Code in Battle Against Samsung - Apple
has asked the judge overseeing one of its patent-related lawsuits
against Samsung to provide it with access to the Android source code
from Google. According to Apple, Android "provides much of the accused
functionality" in Samsung's infringing products. Apple believes it
should have access to that data in order to separate which company's
software provides which functions in Samsung's smartphones. Google says
that Apple made a strategic decision to leave Google out of this
particular lawsuit. As a third party, Google isn't entitled to the same
protections that Samsung is. Google thinks providing this info to Apple
would provide for future discovery and other details that it wouldn't
normally receive. The judge has yet to make a decision on the matter.
- Gamepop console offers mobile games on the TV for $6.99 - Following
the success of Ouya and Gamestick, Bluestacks plans to take them on by
bringing in a Netflix-style subscription model. For a price of $6.99 per month the
user will get an access to a selection of over 500 games. The company
plans to launch the console by this winter and has started taking
pre-orders from today. Bluestacks has put up an offer for the pre-order
period ending next month; it's giving away the $100 worth console for
free with a year's subscription. A complete list of available games
isn't available yet, but Bluestacks has highlighted partnership with
some of the biggest publishers such as: Gameloft, Glu, Halfbrick,
- The Government Is Selling Air Force One Online For Only
$50,000 - This
beautiful plane, which has been used as Air Force One multiple
times, is now for sale. She flew in the service of the United Stated
government for 30 glorious years, transporting the President,
Vice-President, First Ladies and thousands of other dignitaries.
- Inside the Paris apartment untouched for 70 years - Caked
in dust and full of turn-of-the century treasures, this Paris apartment is like going back in time.
Having lain untouched for seven decades the abandoned home was
discovered three years ago after its owner died aged 91. The woman who
owned the flat, a Mrs De Florian, had fled for the south of France
before the outbreak of the Second World War. She never returned and in
the 70 years since, it looks like no-one had set foot inside.
- Defiance Renewed - Syfy announces it has
renewed Defiance for a second season, saying the MMO tie-in will
return next year
- Gravity - Official Teaser Trailer - In theaters
- Hammer of the Gods - Official Trailer #3 - Action epic
sees a passionate young man transform into a brutal warrior as he
travels the unforgiving landscape in search of his long lost brother
Hakan The Ferrocious, whose people are relying on him to restore order
to their kingdom.
- Windows 8 Training Camp Makeup - I don't know if this ad
is real or not but it is pretty damn funny!
- Gas pump prank turns couple into Internet sensation - Jack
Rafferty surprises this musical couple at the gas pumps!
- Huggies makes a diaper sensor that tweets! - Huggies
along with the advertising agency Ogivly Brasil has developed TweetPee,
a diaper attachment which keeps a track of moisture levels and alerts the
parents with a tweet or text when junior needs a change.
- Barbara Palvin's Sexy Behind The Scenes Photos -Now this
is how you do a photoshoot with a hottie
like Barbara Palvin, you get her in lingerie!
- Lily Aldridge Bikini Pictures - OK, so it's not lingerie,
but after seeing these pictures of Lily Aldridge's latest beach shoot for
Victoria's Secret, I guess it's only fair to say that she belongs
in a bikini too.
- The Kate Upton Effect: America's Favorite Bombshell - What
does it take to be America's favorite bombshell? Killer curves, of
course, but Kate Upton has much more: old-fashioned ambition,
digital-age savvy, and personality to burn!
- The best pics on the Internet #18 - All pictures
are carefully handpicked, you'll find lots of amusing silliness