NVIDIA announced the Tegra Note tablet platform back in September.
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Complete review of Apple's new Retina-display equipped, 64-bit, 7.9-inch tablet In 2012 Apple took the year-old 9.7-inch iPad 2, condensed it down to 7.9 inches, and re-launched it as the new iPad mini . Every inch an iPad, yet one of stark contrasts - a design from the future wrapped around technology from the past
Apple on Friday posted a pre-release version of OS X Mavericks 10.9.1. The new release is available for download only if you're a registered Mac developer; it's available through Apple's developer web site.
Popular iPhone camera application, Camera 360, has been updated at long last with the promised support for the Sony QX10 and QX100 lens camera systems. Until now, the only way to use one either of these Sony camera attachments was through the official Sony Playmemories application, but Camera 360 adds some additional creative possibilities. The Camera 360 Android application was updated a little while back with the same support, and hopefully many more will follow.
As had been rumored in the lead up, Google dropped the Nexus 5 and Android 4.4 Kit Kat on Halloween. Thanks to the frequent rumors and leaks, the actual launch came with little in terms of surprise. But nonetheless, it was nice to get confirmation on the specs and pricing.
Apple has recently made some pretty big changes when it comes to its iMovie application for iOS. It recently got an overhaul for iOS 7 , but perhaps more importantly for more people, iMovie went free – at least for anyone buying a new iOS device, anyway
As expected, AT&T has launched the Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom today. This makes AT&T the first US carrier to launch the handset, though as of this time there hasn’t been much chatter about the Galaxy S4 Zoom coming to other carriers. Still, there was no mention of exclusivity so the possibility remains
The Verizon Galaxy Note 3 has proven to be a solid handset in terms of hardware and software, that is of course, assuming you are looking for an oversized smartphone. But while the experience has been good for most, there have been some complaints. As of today though, it looks like Verizon is addressing two issues — connectivity and sound
Verizon looks just about ready to begin pushing out another update for those carrying either a DROID ULTRA or a DROID MAXX. This latest update isn’t one that will likely be considered major, however there are a few notable items in the changelog.