South Korean electronics giant, Samsung is set to launch its new tablet PC, the Galaxy Tab, in September to compete with the new iPad “nano” from Apple which is also expected to be launched at the same time.
South Korean electronics major, Samsung has said it was able to sell more than 1 million units of its popular smartphone, Galaxy S in just 45 days in the US.
The android powered Samsung Galaxy S has been very successful in the market. In the US, the device is available on most telecom networks including AT&T.
Leading global chip maker, Intel, which has been a dedicated support of the mobile telephony standard called wireless inter-operability for microwave access or Wimax, technology for broadband Internet, has now said that it will through its weight behind rival Long Term Evolution or LTE technology when it is ready.
Fujitsu has introduced its new LIFEBOOK AH530 GFX laptop with a dedicated 1 GB graphics card in the Indian market.
The laptop designed to offer graphics demanding applications and HD video usage and the users can also get graphics demanding applications and HD video usage. The device runs on the Intel Core i7 microprocessors and will run Windows 7 Professional.
One of the senior security architects, Rocky Heckman has said that when hackers run their systems on Window, while they create viruses, the code is repeatedly sent to Microsoft directly.
Heckman explained that when a hacker's system crashes in Windows, it prompts the users to send the error details to Microsoft along with the malicious code and the strange thing is that most of the users say yes.
It has been announced by Best Buy that from August 29 Samsung Fascinate will be available for preorders. The Samsung Fascinate is the Verizon Wireless version of the Galaxy S smartphone.
It has a 4 inch Super AMOLED display, a 1GHz Hummingbird processor and operates on Android 2.1 version. It also offers Reward Zone members the opportunity to book Fascinate today at the nearest Best Buy or Best Buy Mobile location.
The Indian government is preparing for the shift to the new Internet Protocol version 6 as the Internet Protocol version 4 is running out of new connections and is also aiming to connect more people in the country with enhanced capabilities.
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