Author Archives: Robert Nelson


Samsung IFA 2013 teaser plays on the “designed for humans” tagline

Samsung IFA 2013 teaser plays on the “designed for humans” tagline

Samsung has dropped their latest IFA 2013 related teaser video. This one is on the shorter side and is offering a look at the secrets of Samsung technology. While these secrets are clearly made up for the video, it does appear as if Samsung will be able to capture some attention using this one. Of course, we suspect many are looking forward till the official Samsung announcement, which is happening on September 4.

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iOS 7 AppleCare employee training schedule further supports a September 10 event

iOS 7 AppleCare employee training schedule further supports a September 10 event

AppleCare employees are said to have begun iOS 7 training. The details suggest the training process began today, but perhaps a bit more important is when they are expected to have everything completed. Details coming from 9to5Mac mention how those employees should have everything finished by the second week of September. In other words, this is another piece of evidence pointing towards a September 10 release.

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Pressy for Android turns a headphone jack into a button

Pressy for Android turns a headphone jack into a button

Pressy is a little gadget that is touted as being the "almighty Android button." Specifically, Pressy will transform your headphone jack into a clickable button and it comes preset with three actions. These include a short click to toggle the flashlight, a long click to toggle in and out of silent mode and a double click to take a picture. And just in case you were looking for some additional actions, take comfort in knowing that Pressy actions are able to be customized.

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Samsung and LG considering an anti-theft “kill-switch” on future devices

Samsung and LG considering an anti-theft “kill-switch” on future devices

New reports suggest Samsung and LG are both considering a 'kill-switch' on future devices. This is said to be addressing lost and stolen devices and will apply to both tablets and smartphones. This is something we have seen Samsung talk about in the past, however this latest Wall Street Journal report also includes LG. While we already have similar tracking services available, this one looks like it will go a bit deeper.

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