Yesterday, Music gear and accessory company Marshall audio released information about their upcoming smartphone called the London. While the news made waves, the phone specifications itself are not that appealing.
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However the Marshall London is designed not to impress the spec-hungry but more the music hungry. The company claims that Android today needs more personality, and not more performance. The phone is relatively low end with a 4.7-inch, 720p display. Dependant on 2GB of RAM, a 2500 mAh (removable) battery, and a Snapdragon 410 processor which is seen in some of [...]
Yet another enthralling Google Doodle! This time, you get the chance to be the next Peter Schmeichel! Save shots from a notoriously obese player as he starts off slow but somehow manages to fire bullets as the game goes on! I managed a score of 39 (Beat That!) and have been trying better that ever since! Go check it out now and post your score below!
Google Indoor maps was launched in the US last year mapping all the insides of malls, hotels, etc. But now Google has started to expand the reach of indoor maps, extending to more than 40 indoor venues in the UK including a mix of museums, stations, malls and airports in the main mostly in London. With building owners being able to upload their own maps, however, this should / could expand quickly. Hit the Google Lat-Lon blog for more info.
YouTube, after reaching an agreement with the International Olympic Committee (IOC), is all set to broadcast the London Olympics in High Definition to 64 territories across Asia and sub-Saharan Africa. YouTube has already established itself in the field of live coverages after successfully broadcasting events like the India Premier League, U2 concerts and the royal wedding.
For a list of countries where YouTube will broadcast, check out the press release below.
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Samsung is teasing the twitter-verse with an anagram, that if deciphered correctly spells out “The Next Galaxy” . Of course if you head to the original site of the anagram : tgeltaayehxnx.com you will see the countdown ticker that reads just a few hours from now.
So lets wait and watch what “The Next Galaxy” holds.
Samsung has officially announced the world will meet the next Galaxy phone in London on May 3rd with this invite, being sent out to various news sites across the world. Almost all rumors point to the release of the Samsung Galaxy S III. The Samsung Mobile unpacked event is usually a birthplace of all great phones from Sammy’s house, including the Galaxy S, SII and even the Note.
It is speculated that the device will have a 1.5GHz quad-core Exynos processor, a 4.8-inch 1080p HD display with a 16:9 aspect ratio, an 8-megapixel rear camera, a 2-megapixel front-facing camera, 4G LTE connectivity, Android 4.0 and a [...]
This to-be (or not to be ) image of the Blackberry London has some promising features to its tail. According to Crackberry the image is the correct render of the said device. More information including Blackberry 10 and support for possible Android Apps comes courtesy the image. First look states that the device is exceptionally slim, yet it retains the Blackberry build feel. It supposedly will run on a dual core 1.5GHz processor made by either Texas Instruments ( TiOmap) or Qualcomm.
We should expect dual cameras ( or see them in the image) 8 Mp + 2MP along with features like autofocus and full hd recording. The [...]
Oh dummy its just a dummy, QNX based Blackberry “london” just showed up on the inter webs and it does look like there is a future of the mobile smartphone company after all (the device is only a dummy). The device purportedly thinner yet taller than the iPhone 4/4s will feature a nice set of specs. The Verge ( proud owners of the story) were also informed that the device will feature a 1.5GHz dual-core TI OMAP processor with 1GB of RAM and 16GB of on-board storage. An 8-megapixel rear camera and a 2-megapixel front-facing one with a release set for June 2012.
Time to [...]
Google announced on Tuesday that it has added support for 3D buildings in 13 additional cities on Google Maps, including London, Paris, Barcelona, Stockholm, Singapore, Lisbon, Boulder, and 11 cities in South Africa.
To activate 3D buildings in one of the aforementioned locations, simply zoom in close to the city and the application will then show a 3D renders of the city landscape. If you already upgraded your Google Maps to the latest version a software update will not be required to view the new Google Maps in 3D
The worlds first amphibious ice cream truck has been launched in London to raise awareness around the ice cream truck business in the UK, which has recently fallen victim to tighter restrictions.
The truck delivers a full range of ice creams from the roads and rivers of London. It has officially been christened the HMS Flake 99 and is emblazoned with the motto ‘Licensed to Chill’. Keep your eyes peeled for this truck if your travelling to London any time soon.