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LG Invests in Flexible Displays

LG has so far been less known for major innovations than for reliable entertainment electronics.But with their latest investment, they want to change it. LG has long been talking about curved and even flexible displays, which should be installed in the future smartphones. The Flex 2 already has such a display, even if it is not yet 100% mature. A press release from the company shows, however, that the first experiment is now to be a real series production. In South Korea, a separate production facility will be set up to deal with the design and development of flexible displays.

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The Upgrade Case of Google!

Why is not currently worth buying an Android device… In
advance to the explanation, no, this is not an entry of an iPhone user the desperate reasons to seek to justify the alleged ach so high purchase price of his device, rather it is rather a post of a user , Who wanted to jog a new MP3 player and considered why you could not take a smartphone for this. With the great app My Tracks-an Android app that looks more or less in the ease of its peers. However, what hurts me so far on Android smartphones is the fragmentation, which is the ambiguity with regard to systemversion policy.

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Do You Want An in-Ear Earphone?

For those looking for a sound-insulated but not so uncomfortable headset, models of the in-ear type may be the right choice.Small and lightweight, models that fit the ear canal also have the advantage of being more discreet than those that surround the entire ear.

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How Many Android Smartphones You Buy in Brazil For the Price of a Apple Watch?

Apple just release the price of your smart watch in Brazil. Are you sitting? The cheapest Apple Watch model arrives for the low price of R $2,899, while the classical version can be found by R $3,299. Below, you can see a list of Android smartphones that you find for the price of a Apple Watch.

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Lenovo will Launch First Smartphone and Tablet in Brazil

After investing in the CCE focused on cheap products, Lenovo plans to “aggressive” in the premium market to compete with Apple and Samsung.

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My Iphone 4 Procurement Trip

Experience from London
If you believe it or not, the flights to and the hotel in London were already booked before it was clear at all, when it would give the iPhone 4 to which date without simlock. Nevertheless, I could not let the short city tour into the beautiful London go by, without my luck at least once challenging. The goal was the brand new Apple Store at the Covent Garden, which was opened on August 7th and is the world’s largest apple business. The first problem: What the hell does two months after the appearance of the device make a human serpent before the business?

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Spy On Your Smartphone

Once again an espionage software ensures excitement
It is again so far, new espionage software on smartphones ensures excitement. The software is supposed to be used to collect data for quality control, but it is (probably) not only using legal means. What does that mean? The software collects, for example, data about the network cover, etc., and by the way (probably) also data from SMS and e-mails are transmitted, but they are not evaluated. Carrier IQ states that the software is installed on approximately 141 million devices (smartphones & tablets). To all who now think that only Android smartphones are concerned: wrongly thought. Apple also admits to have used the software, but it is no longer installed on the MOST devices. Whatever that means.
While all of them remain relatively quiet in Germany, the Senate is already dealing with the case in the USA and demands complete reconnaissance.

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The Google Cloud Print Beta

Printing in the Cloud
As early as last April, we presented Google Cloud Print-in a nutshell, with the little information available at that time. Now the first questions are answered and the product goes live-of course stilecht and in best Google tradition as a beta version. A first impression of the new printing service left behind Google’s Chrome-Notebook late last year. Meanwhile, the broad masses can also picture, because the usage is not restricted to Chrome OS. But first a brief summary.

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Guide: Fit With The Smartphone

Smartphones are always there. We use them to exchange and inform us. Listen with them music and watch series. We play with smartphones and build numerous apps into our everyday life. It is no wonder that our mobile phone can also be a personal trainer. We show you how the smartphone makes you fit-without great effort or high costs.

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Samsung Can Launch Intelligent Smartphone-Independent Clock

A new smartwatch of Samsung should leave aside the need for a connected smartphone. Until July, the Korean company may launch a kind of Galaxy Gear 3 capable of performing voice calls and other functions, before exclusive cell phones. The information is from the Wall Street Journal.

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