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Samsung introduces a pair of MHL monitors

Samsung has just introduced a pair of standard looking monitors, look into the specification sheets however and you’ll discover that they are actually the first monitors that support the Mobile High Definition Link (MHL) standard. There will be two MHL supported models at first, the 23 inch S23B550VS and the …

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Apple push security fixes to protect against malware

Apple have released security fixes for OS 10.5 Leopard, to protect against Flashback malware. The update also disables outdated Java and Flash functionality. Apple machines were infected last month, infecting more than 600,000 Macintosh computers. Apple released two security fixes last night for OS X 10.5 Leopard. Apple have been …

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Apple patches Siri with ‘correct’ information

Last Friday we reported that Apple’s own personal assistant Siri thought that the best smartphone ever was the Nokia Lumia 900 4G. Obviously, word reached Apple and they have issued a ‘fix’ that results in Siri being rather sarcastic (not to mention arrogant). As of today, the original question “what is the …

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HTC announces Desire C budget Android smartphone

HTC’s successor to the highly grossing Wildfire S budget Android smartphone has been known about for a while now, with specifications leaking just the other day. Today it has been revealed (as rumoured) as the Desire C, keeping the Desire family of smartphones alive but barely breathing. Full specifications include… Android 4.0 …

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iPad a great success with autism suffering kids

Autism is a serious problem for many families who are dealing with a child who suffers from the condition. According to the latest reports, Apple’s iPad is helping some of the kids into interacting better with their surroundings. CNN have a story published which details the life of autism sufferer …

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iPhone 5 photo leaked?

With Samsung in the driving seat as far as the summer Olympics goes, it won’t take much from Apple to usurp the Korean sponsor – given the fervour of its fans. Scanning the interwibble for info, KitGuru has come across a credible shot of the iPhone 5, but is it …

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Official Samsung Galaxy S III accessories unveiled

Reporting on a phone’s official accessories is not some we would typically do, but Samsung has offered up some interesting accessories for the Galaxy S III flagship that was revealed a couple of weeks ago. While the highly anticipated wireless charging accessory has apparently been delayed to September, there are many …

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Foxconn ready to build Apple TV

Manufacturing giant Foxconn are preparing to build the new Apple Television. According to China Daily company chief Terry Gou said that they are preparing to build the new Apple Television. Gou held a news conference in Shanghai regarding their plans for the future. During the chat he let it slip …

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HTC Desire C leaked to counter Galaxy 3S

When KitGuru reported the analysts’ feelings about HTC at the start of April, it was very much a ‘doom and gloom’ picture. Sales were down 35% while profits plummeted a massive 70%. In general, the feeling from places like Morgan Stanley was that HTC had ‘nothing useful coming to fight …

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Users label Apple OS download ‘dumb’

KitGuru is in love with the Japanese idea of maximum efficiency with minimum effort. It’s something that permeates not only the universe as a whole, but the world if technology in particular. One of the first things that any computer science student learns is that, in life, remove repeating groups. …

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LG to produce “unbreakable” flexible OLED displays

While flexible OLED displays are most attributed to Samsung, fellow Korean company LG are also planning to bring flexible OLED displays to mobile devices with their new display production line. While it may seem LG is stealing Samsung’s idea, LG is apparently using a different production process. Aside, the above …

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Amazon planning colour e-reader later this year

Amazon may be planning to release new colour e-reader devices later this year according to an industry insider we spoke with yesterday. Makers in the supply chain are already preparing to ship components for the production. The new colour e-reader devices are going to be built with multi touch capacitive …

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Serious vulnerability fixed in Microsoft Office for Mac

Microsoft rolled out a fix last night for both 2008 and 2011 versions of Office for Macintosh. One of these fixes is critical, as it fixes a loophole which would allow an attacker to ‘overwrite a computer’s memory with malicious code.’ Microsoft Office 2011 14.2.2 and Office 2008 12.3.3 include …

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HTC and Verizon announce Droid Incredible 4G LTE

While we don’t often focus on the phone market on the other side of the Atlantic this definitely caught our eye this morning. Today at CTIA, HTC and Verizon annoucned the latest phone in its Droid Incredible series, the Droid Incredible 4G LTE. Being manufactured by HTC in partnership with Verizon the latest Incredible …

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Apple ready a £749 MacBook Air for Q3

We spoke to a source this weekend in Taipei who told us that Apple are preparing a $799 Macbook Air for release in either August or September this year. This will be bad news for Intel who are intensely targeting their UltraBook platform to the enthusiast audience. The price so …

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Apple HDTV prototype mocked up – the future of TV?

As we have known now for some time, Apple are planning to release a new high definition television. Well known Apple based Cult Of Mac have mocked up what they expect Apple to release. In their report, Cult Of Mac say that they have been in contact with an unnamed …

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Apple wants to put a physical keyboard on a touchscreen

If a recent patent grab by no one other than Apple is anything to go by then we could soon see “physical” keyboards on smartphone displays, or at least we will have the sensation that they are there. While less developed haptic feedback systems are already available on some smartphones today, this …

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Cortex A9 processor passes 3.1GHz at TSMC

There are several things that affect the overall performance of a processor-based device. You can look for bottlenecks in the data transfer and try to improve them or get the internals of the chip itself to do more work per clock cycle. While balance is important, almost nothing can beat …

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HTC: Sense still adds value to the Android experience

Custom OEM skins such as HTC’s Sense or Samsung’s TouchWiz are commonplace on Android smartphones these days and are used to differentiate their phones. HTC Sense has as many lovers as haters; much like most other Android skins. In a recent interview HTC’s head of Sense development, Drew Bamford, provided some valuable …

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