IFA 2013

LG Gallery 55EA8800 55-inch OLED TV looks like a framed picture

LG Gallery 55EA8800 55-inch OLED TV looks like a framed picture

LG has unveiled one of the most interesting looking TVs I've seen a long time at IFA 2013. The TV is a 55-inch OLED set called the Gallery OLED TV 55EA8800. This TV certainly isn't the first OLED set we've seen from LG, but it is the first to have the cool picture frame design. The screen features a very slim bezel and is mounted inside of what appears to be a picture frame.

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Acer Iconia A3 10.1-inch tablet packs quad-core Cortex A7 punch

Acer Iconia A3 10.1-inch tablet packs quad-core Cortex A7 punch

Acer has trotted out a new Android-powered tablet during IFA 2013. The tablet is called the Acer Iconia A3 and it is designed to be ideal for movie and music fans to use from the couch in comfort. The tablet features a 10.1-inch screen and is designed for touch-centric entertainment, multimedia, gaming, and web experience.

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Acer Liquid S2 records 4K resolution video

Acer Liquid S2 records 4K resolution video

Acer has unveiled its latest Android-powered smartphone at IFA 2013 and the little beast is very impressive. If you're the sort of early adopter that's always out to get the latest features first, you'll want to pay attention to this device. The Liquid S2 can record 4K resolution video with four times the resolution of 1080p.

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Acer DA241HL Android-powered multitasking AIO rocks a 24-inch screen

Acer DA241HL Android-powered multitasking AIO rocks a 24-inch screen

Acer has unveiled interesting all-in-one computer that fans of the Android operating system may find very interesting at IFA 2013 today. The all-in-one machine is called the Acer DA241HL and it is billed as the first 24-inch Android AIO to support multitasking, web browsing, gaming, and video with a couple caveats to Acer's claim.

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Acer Aspire R7 updated with fourth gen Intel processors and Acer Active Pen

Acer Aspire R7 updated with fourth gen Intel processors and Acer Active Pen

Acer is on hand at IFA 2013 and has pulled the wraps off an updated Aspire R7 notebook. This isn't a completely new notebook, we reviewed the first generation back in June. The updated notebook still has the fancy Ezel hinge for the screen. That hinge allows the notebook to be used in several modes of use including full tablet mode.

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IFA 2013: The Pre-Show Guide

IFA 2013: The Pre-Show Guide

September is upon us, and that means IFA 2013 is close at hand, with the Berlin technology show expected to see big announcements from Samsung, LG, Sony, and more. SlashGear is off to Germany this week to see what Europe's biggest consumer tech expo has to offer, and though there have been leaks a-plenty already, we're still expecting a fair few surprises. Read on for our pre-show run down.

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Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch leaks with health focus

Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch leaks with health focus

Samsung's Galaxy Gear smartwatch has apparently leaked, just days ahead of the wearable's expected debut at Samsung's pre-IFA September 4 event. The bulky touchscreen smartwatch was unofficially shown off in prototype form to VentureBeat, along with details from an internal marketing video which describe the onboard WiFi and Bluetooth, roughly 3-inch OLED display, and a 4-megapixel camera integrated into the strap. Samsung apparently expects wearers to use that camera as a food-logging tool, taking snapshots of meals and then tagging them with type so as to build up a diet diary for heath purposes.

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Sony QX10 and QX100 Lens Camera pricing leaks

Sony QX10 and QX100 Lens Camera pricing leaks

Fresh details on Sony's so-called Cyber-shot Lens Cameras, which wirelessly add improved photographic abilities to smartphones and tablets, have emerged, including expected pricing for the unusual attachments. The Sony Cyber-shot QX10 will be around $250, Sony Alpha Rumors reports, while the more capable QX100 will supposedly come in at $450.

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Samsung Galaxy Note III to see budget edition while 2014 holds full metal jacket

Samsung Galaxy Note III to see budget edition while 2014 holds full metal jacket

It's not often when a single smartphone company has two reports leaking from the same arena saying they're creating both higher-end and lower-end products in the same breath. That's just what's happened this weekend as a pair of reports from the same reporter suggest that South Korean media reports pin Samsung for a lower-end Samsung Galaxy Note III and metal parts for 2014. This pair of reports comes from CNMO and reporter Xu Hua, a writer notorious for his action on South Korean factory sources working on smart handheld devices.

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Archos Xenon tablet range makes no qualms with early iPad comparisons

Archos Xenon tablet range makes no qualms with early iPad comparisons

This week the folks at Archos have decided to let their whole second half of 2013 strategy out in the open with a release that shows off their tablet (and smartphone) range. What we're seeing here first is a collection of tablets - large and small - aimed directly at Apple and Samsung competition, made to add to their current set of internationally-released devices already on the market. We'll likely see these devices up close and personal at Berlin-based IFA 2013 as well, early next month.

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Samsung speaker-dock printer promised for IFA 2013

Samsung speaker-dock printer promised for IFA 2013

Being able to print out photographs, e-mails, and other documents is something that we take pretty much for granted. This task has been easily accomplished from your computer for decades. However, it can be much more difficult to print out photos and other documents from your smartphone without having to share what you want to print the computer via e-mail or other methods.

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Beyond Megapixels: Mobile cameras rethink the numbers game

Beyond Megapixels: Mobile cameras rethink the numbers game

Once upon a time, mobile megapixels were the key. In fact, not so many years ago, many questioned whether there was any value whatsoever in having a camera built into your phone. Convergence for its own sake is undeniably a problem in today's crossover-soaked market, but it's now hard to argue that photography and the modern smartphone aren't a compelling match. As the technology - and the rivalry - has increased, though, so the simple megapixel has lost some of its clarity, and with the smartphone stakes never higher, there's a revolution of sorts underway to reframe mobile imagery.

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