One of the most expected gadgets of the year is Google Glass, a project which was showcased last year by co-founder Sergey at a fashion event taking place in New York. Ever since then, there were a lot of speculation regarding what exactly was the hardware that they used in the device.
At last year’s Google I/O Developer conference, Sergey said that those present can pre-order the Explorer Edition of the device at the price of $1500. When they asked about shipping, the company suggested the availability in early 2013.
Just one day before the official presentation event, a photo in which Samsung Galaxy S3 is being showed covers the front pages of many websites on the internet (including ours).
Many people are now saying that the new device doesn’t look so good and this is also proven by many negative comments. However, many fans are now hoping that this image is nothing but a prototype and has been used by Samsung in order to create a little bit of hysteria over the internet, before the Unpacked 2012 Event.
Finally Samsung Galaxy Nexus (Prime) will be released in a couple of hours. We already have a lot of leaked information and pictures on this subject.
Originally scheduled for October 11and also officially postponed until tomorrow, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus (Prime) has finally been released before its time by the Japanese operator DoCoMo. You can see above the leaked photo.
Everything is confirmed: the screen will have a diagonal of 4.65 inch in HD. Samsung Galaxy Nexus (Prime) will come with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. the processor is provided by Texas Instruments (not Samsung) and it is a dual-core, clocked at 1.2… Continue to Samsung Galaxy Nexus (Prime) Leaked Photo and Specs
One week before the launch of the new iPhone 5 and iPhone 4S, rumors about the new design and specs take more shape and texture.
The website Boy Genius Report has finally published photos of what looks like the new iPhone 5 and iPhone 4S cases that you will be able to buy from the AT&T stores. The pictures show that the camera space is much larger for the first model (thus meaning that it’s for the 8-megapixel iPhone 5) and a different one for the second generation, iPhone 4S (upgrades yet to be determined).