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Fujitsu’s Waterproof, Ruggedized Tough Tablet Could be Coming to the USA

by: James Paguyo IIISeptember 7, 2011

I’ve always believed there is a market for ruggedized tech. This stands true especially for mobile technology, as anyone that has ever dropped their phone or tablet has ever unfortunately discovered. Thankfully, it’s looking like the day when more of it being available isn’t too far off. Enter the Fujitsu Arrows Tab F-01D (that is begging for a better name), it’s an Android 3.2 Honeycomb tablet packing the specs below.

Specs10.1 inch display (no word yet on whether its IPS, or any of the other leading alternatives) 1 GHz TI OMAP4430 dual core processor 1280 x 800 pixel display Running the latest version of Android 3.2 Honeycomb 1GB of RAM 16GB of [...]
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Can Dual-core Android Phones Like the LG G2x Replace Your Gaming Console?

by: James Paguyo IIISeptember 2, 2011

Today’s smartphones are loaded with some seriously premium technology, the likes of which the world has never seen. It’s hard to imagine, but the dual-core phones on the market currently are about 400% more powerful than phones from two years ago. For all you original Motorola DROID owners out there, check out the benchmark disparity below.

Before the touch screen, before 4G, before dual-core processors–video streaming technology was already available, but not widely used or adopted. For those who wanted gaming on the go, the best option for playing handheld video games was to purchase a gaming device from Sony or Nintendo.  Those were the only two major [...]

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Samsung’s Celox vs Apple’s iPhone 4S: Future Superphone Standoff

by: James Paguyo IIIAugust 28, 2011

Super AMOLED Displays compared to iPhone's SLCD

A new breed of smartphone is soon to coming to market to challenge Apple’s incoming iPhone 5,  and with the arrival of Samsung’s Celox — competition is likely to further intensify against Apple’s darling. After the huge success of the Galaxy S II, Samsung is gearing up for ompetition with Apple in a big way. Most notably, according to the Wall Street Journal, Samsung outperformed Nokia in the second quarter to grab the second spot in total number of smartphone sales after Apple. Now, rumors about Samsung’s Celox suggest that it may pose a great threat to Apple’s [...]

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Juicing Up Your Mobile Devices with Human Movement — the Future of Mobile Power?

by: James Paguyo IIIAugust 26, 2011

Mobile devices have become integral elements in our daily lives. We use them to do practically anything these days. Those, in conjunction with better connectivity technologies like 4G, allow people to stay on the move while they go about their daily business.

It’s hard to argue that mobile devices aren’t a necessity these days, for they can do so much. Whether you want to do a reverse phone lookup or browse through apps or find the best deals for a product, you can do it all from the comfort of your hand. Yet, there’s one very crucial element that most people don’t give a lot of thought to–the battery powering all of the mobile tech that’s [...]

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