Qualcomm’s brand new quad-core chip APQ8064 S4 Pro is quite the knock out. The chip was announced will be available earlier today in its S4 tablet and isn’t a device for average users. The features of Qualcomm Snapdragon APQ8064 S4 Pro developer tablet kit contains a quad-core processor, 2GB RAM and runs on Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich.
The worldwide Internet based voice and video calling service Skype denied reports that the recent changes in its architecture would make calls and messages easier to be monitored by law enforcement. Skype on Tuesday said it made these changes to its infrastructure to improve the quality of service.
Priced at a reasonable Rs 4,999, Pantel Technologies Private Limited (PTPL) launched an Android tablet PC named IS701C. The company has also formed an alliance with BSNL ensuring the availability of the tablet in the remotest parts of India.
With its low cost this tablet would be an answer to all those customers who are looking for a cheaper tablet. The key features of this tablet include-
Well the wait for the new iPhone seems to be over soon. Apple’s next iPhone 5 is expected to launch mid-September. With a new feature of ‘nano-sim’ and a new 19 pin power and control connector on its base as opposed to the
30 pin connector which was first introduced with the third-generation iPod in April 2003.
In an announcement on their blog, YouTube reveled it has added a new tool that allowed users to blur out the faces in an uploaded video. In an attempt to give anonymity to users the site took this step.
For the upcoming patent trial against Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, a U. S. judge approved Apple Inc’s request to bar disparaging statements by Steve Jobs about Google’s Android operating system, on Wednesday. The two electronic corporation giants are waging a legal war accusing each other of patent violations in this vast growing market for mobile devices.