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August 2012 (6)

Samsung and Dell Unveil Windows RT Tablets, Powered by a Snapdragon S4 Processor

At IFA Berlin, Dell and Samsung have each launched a 10-inch tablet and have taken major steps in making Microsoft’s Window RT the next big thing in mobile devices. The Samsung ATIV Tab is a 10-inch tablet that falls under the company’s new “ATIV” brand and delivers a full Windows 8 experience. Likewise, Dell launched the XPS 10, a gorgeous 10-inch tablet that caters to both consumers and professionals.

Aug 30, 2012 by Francisco Cheng

The Future of Mobile is Young and Bright

6:23 a.m. My phone is playing ‘Here Comes the Sun,’ by The Beatles. This rising sun brings the last day of my internship at Qualcomm, and the calendar notice on my phone confirms this fact that I would much rather were fiction. 6:36 a.m. Showered, dressed, and making breakfast, phone in hand. I check my emails—somehow I managed to sleep through my phone chirping “new message” during the night—and scroll through Facebook and Twitter. Nothing too exciting seems to have happened overnight, but I have yet to check my work email. My phone’s daily weather alert says it will be warm and sunny again today, so I leave my blazer at home.

Aug 29, 2012

Bridging the smartphone gap, from the Great Wall to Taj Mahal

Here in sunny San Diego, it’s easy to lose perspective on the global smartphone adoption rate. Everywhere I look, I see mobile devices being used as nothing short of a sixth sense. From one-off activities like friends checking the weather or a Padres score, or a local store owner running a small business from the palm of their hand, smartphone activity is enveloping our daily lives.

Aug 3, 2012 by Jeff Lorbeck

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