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- Samsung Galaxy S6 vs iPhone 7 for innovation
- The Lumia 535 is the first Microsoft-branded smartphone
- Poll: will you buy the Apple Watch in the spring?
- Lenovo closes deal to buy Motorola from Google
- Carson City Judge blocks Uber service in Nevada

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 Samsung Galaxy S6 vs iPhone 7 for innovation Alerter l'administrateur Recommander à un ami Lien de l'article 

Now we’re approaching the end of the year it’s time to start thinking ahead to the dominant smartphones for next year. Samsung and Apple are likely to be the major forces yet again, and with that in mind we’re considering the Samsung Galaxy S6 vs. iPhone 7 for innovation and hopefully something truly groundbreaking.
Samsung Galaxy S6 vs iPhone 7

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As it’s early days we cannot even be certain of the final names for these handsets yet. The Galaxy S6 title seems a no-brainer for the flagship Samsung phone in 2015, but next year’s iPhone name is less certain. Although it’s commonly being referred to right now as the iPhone 7, following Apple’s usual pattern it’s more likely to be dubbed the iPhone 6S, but of course Apple could throw us a curveball and come up with a new naming scheme altogether.

This year the Samsung Galaxy S5 was well received and Apple threw something into the mix by bringing out the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, both in larger sizes than usual. One thing that seems certain is that the new versions are likely to be in big demand when they release, and this year we’d like to see Samsung or Apple (or both) bring something completely new to the table.

Speculation and rumors about the new iPhone and Galaxy flagship has already begun, but at this stage of course nothing is official. However, it’s always interesting to see the early news about future devices. For example there have already been leaks about Samsung’s Project Zero, aka Galaxy S6. These unconfirmed specs include a Quad HD display with resolution of 2560 x 1440, which we would have expected anyway with its inclusion in the recently released Samsung Galaxy Note 4.

Further leaked specs include an Exynos 7420 64-bit octa-core processor with a Snapdragon 810 variant, 3GB of RAM, and storage models of 32, 64 and 128GB. It’s said that the rear camera will stick to the same 16-megapixels as the S5, although there’s also the possibility that it could step to a 20-megapixel sensor. Another leak touts a 5-megapixel front-facing camera, something that is becoming increasingly the norm on newer handsets. We can expect the Samsung Galaxy S6 to release running Android 5.0 Lollipop.

As far as the 2015 iPhone is concerned there hasn’t yet been much in the way of specs leaks yet, although we can be sure that it will run iOS 9. There have also been recent claims that it will be just 5.4mm thick and weigh 129g. That’s the same weight as this year’s standard model of the iPhone 6, but even slimmer comparing to 6.9mm. There have also been rumors that the iPhone 7 (or 6S) will feature wireless charging, and 3D display technology has also been mentioned but at this point it’s very much a case of wait and see.

Over the next few months we will undoubtedly be treated to an increasing amount of rumors about both devices, especially the Galaxy S6 at first. This will be the first of these two smartphones to release, and if it follows the usual pattern it will hit the shelves in spring next year whereas the next iPhone is more likely to appear in fall. While improved specs and features are a given, what many want to see with both of these phones is something more mind-blowing.

If Samsung or Apple could offer something that would deal a real killer blow to the rest of the competition that would be great to see, and we’d like to hear from you in regard to this. Are you more interested in the Samsung Galaxy S6 or the iPhone 7? Can you think of something genuinely innovative in the way of specs and features that would make either of these phones a real sensation? Let us know with your comments.

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  Aucun commentaire | Ecrire un nouveau commentaire Posté le 16-11-2014 à 14h45

 The Lumia 535 is the first Microsoft-branded smartphone Alerter l'administrateur Recommander à un ami Lien de l'article 

While Microsoft has launched a number of Lumia phones since its purchase of Nokia's Devices division earlier this year, they have all retained the Nokia name. But we knew that had to end soon—the publicly announced terms of the sale told us that much—and today it does. The Microsoft Lumia 535 is adorned not with the Nokia name but with Microsoft's.


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Compared to the lacklustre Lumia 530, the Lumia 535 looks like a healthy step up. The screen is bigger, at five inches compared to four, and higher resolution, at 960×540 compared to 854×480. It's also better quality, using IPS technology and a Gorilla Glass 3 protective layer. The processor is the same, a 1.2 GHz quad core Snapdragon 200, but the RAM has been doubled to 1GB, thereby eliminating most or all compatibility issues with games. Internal storage is doubled, too, to 8GB.

The biggest upgrade, though, is to the cameras. The rear camera retains the 5MP resolution, but it's now an autofocus unit instead of fixed focus, and it adds an LED flash. The 535 also includes a front-facing camera with the same 5MP resolution.
The 535 also reinstates weird omissions from the 530, such as the missing ambient light sensor. Altogether, it looks like a strong upgrade to the Lumia 530, one that turns it into the true successor to the cheap and cheerful Lumia 520 that we really wanted.

Like so many other Lumias before, the 535 will be available in a variety of colors. There will be both single SIM and dual SIM versions, with the only slight fly in the ointment being that it's a strictly 3G device with no LTE capability.

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  Aucun commentaire | Ecrire un nouveau commentaire Posté le 11-11-2014 à 06h31

 Poll: will you buy the Apple Watch in the spring? Alerter l'administrateur Recommander à un ami Lien de l'article 

 The launch of the Apple Watch may be later than previously believed, according to a video message from Angela Ahrendts to retail staff.

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The company's senior vice president of retail and online stores told workers to prepare to sprint a marathon through the oncoming months, saying: "We’re going into the holidays, we’ll go into Chinese New Year, and then we’ve got a new watch launch coming in the spring.”

In a transcript seen by 9to5Mac, Ahrendts also reinforced the importance of customer service within Apple stores, adding: "Realise that every customer you touch... how do you make sure that they will walk away feeling very different, very positive, than before they walked into that store or they interacted with you?"

Apple gave no specific sale date for the wearable during its unveiling in Cupertino, California on September 9, alongside the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, saying only early 2015.

Previously a source close to the relevant department told The Information Apple would be “lucky to ship it by Valentine’s Day”. Given that Chinese New Year falls on February 19 2015, Ahrendts seems to suggest the Watch will not retail until March at the earliest.
 The Watch will come in three versions - the Apple Watch Sport in polished or black stainless steel, the standard Apple Watch in grey or silver anodized aluminium, and the luxury Watch Edition, available in rose or yellow 18 carat gold developed to be up to twice as hard as standard gold. Each model will be available in two sizes - 38 mm and 42 mm.

Speaking at the Flint Center for the Performing Arts where Steve Jobs unveiled the first Apple Macintosh computer 30 years ago, chief executive Tim Cook said the new wearable was the "the most personal device we've ever created".

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  Aucun commentaire | Ecrire un nouveau commentaire Posté le 03-11-2014 à 14h59

 Lenovo closes deal to buy Motorola from Google Alerter l'administrateur Recommander à un ami Lien de l'article 

(WASHINGTON-AFP) - Lenovo announced Thursday it has completed its acquisition of Motorola Mobility from Google, a move strengthening the Chinese giant's position in the smartphone market.

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The $2.9 billion deal, announced in January, ends Google's brief ownership of the onetime mobile phone star.

By adding Motorola, Lenovo positions itself among the top global smartphone makers behind Samsung and Apple.

Lenovo will operate Motorola as a wholly-owned subsidiary, keeping the Chicago-based headquarters and adding some 3,500 employees, including 2,800 in the United States.

"Today, we achieved a historic milestone for Lenovo and for Motorola -- and together we are ready to compete, grow and win in the global smartphone market," Lenovo chairman and chief executive Yang Yuanqing said in a statement.

He hailed the partnership as a "perfect fit," adding that "Motorola brings a strong presence in the US and other mature markets, great carrier relationships, an iconic brand, a strong IP portfolio and an incredibly talented team."

In the same statement, Google CEO Larry Page said that "Motorola is in great hands with Lenovo, a company that's all-in on making great devices."

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  Aucun commentaire | Ecrire un nouveau commentaire Posté le 31-10-2014 à 11h58

 Carson City Judge blocks Uber service in Nevada Alerter l'administrateur Recommander à un ami Lien de l'article 

CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP, MyNews4.com & KRNV) -- The Associated Press is reporting that the Attorney General's Office has been granted a temporary stay that blocks Uber from operating in Nevada.

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District Court Judge James Russell in Carson City has blocked Uber from offering any rides in the state through at least Nov. 7. A hearing is set for Nov. 6.

The state's attorney general sought the temporary order late Friday afternoon.

Uber launched its service in Las Vegas, Reno and Carson City on Friday after months of rumors that included recruitment posts on Craigslist and cryptic front-page newspaper advertisements.

The company contends it's not a taxi company but rather a technology company facilitating a way for drivers and would-be passengers in need of a ride to meet.

The company faces a fierce battle with the state's highly regulated and influential taxi industry.

Four cars driven for Uber had been impounded statewide for not being licensed as of midafternoon and faced fines of up to $10,000, said Teri Williams, a spokeswoman for the Nevada Taxicab Authority.

Uber spokeswoman Eva Behrend called the impoundments "unjust" and said the company will have its drivers' backs financially and legally. Uber is the only ridesharing company now operating in the three metro areas. Las Vegas has been among the few metropolitan cities in the country to not be served by the company.

The company tiptoed around Nevada until its Friday launch. A multitude of regulations govern the state's taxicab industry, and there are limits on the number of cabs that can operate and where they can pick up passengers. In Las Vegas, unlike other metropolitan cities that draw tourists, cabs can't be hailed from the sidewalks along the Strip, for example. They have to pick up and drop off passengers at the individual hotel properties.

Behrend said that hundreds of drivers in the state have already signed up and passed background checks and vehicle inspections that clear them to respond to requests for rides via smartphone. Before the court order, drivers could pick up passengers from anywhere in the service areas, except from the Las Vegas Strip between the Mandalay Bay and SLS casinos and from McCarran International Airport. They can drop off customers anywhere.

Uber rides are generally 10 to 20 percent cheaper than taxi fares — a competitive advantage especially in light of an 8 percent cab fare hike approved earlier this week in Las Vegas.

An early afternoon Uber ride from downtown Las Vegas to Mandalay Bay at the south end of the Strip cost $22.50. Drivers don't accept tips, just a ranking of one to five stars. A taxi ride back to downtown Las Vegas cost $28.50, including a $3 fee for a credit card charge. The cost didn't include a tip.

Uber has often been met with strident opposition from taxi companies, and heavily regulated Las Vegas is no exception.

Bill Shranko, an executive at Yellow Checker Star taxi company in Las Vegas, asked regulators with the Nevada Taxicab Authority in April to warn Uber and similar companies that the city has hefty fines for operating unlicensed cabs and maintained that the company was operating illegally.

About 2,000 cabs fill the streets of Clark County, including the Las Vegas Strip, Shranko said.

He criticized Uber for picking and choosing customers, saying, "They're taking all the cream off the top."

As of early Friday afternoon, just a few cars were visible on Uber's app.

Marco Falchi's Mazda 6 was among them. He excitedly picked up some of the company's first Vegas passengers, greeting them with a "Ciao" text. The chatty Italian has never driven a traditional cab before, but six months ago, he applied to be a driver for Uber, submitting his license, insurance and driving record.

His first customers were two young men heading from a suburban condo to downtown Las Vegas for the three-day Life is Beautiful music festival that starts Friday.

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