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To: FUBHO who wrote (16740)2/13/2012 11:03:11 AM
From: sylvester80
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I have never seen a more immoral unethical and disgusting greedy company in all my life. And the iSheep that buy their sweatshop crap are one and the same.

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To: Cogito who wrote (16730)2/13/2012 11:31:15 AM
From: sylvester80
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New eyeball high for the board now at 97... LMFAO... too funny...

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To: FUBHO who wrote (16740)2/13/2012 11:31:56 AM
From: yofal
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Sorry to disappoint, but it looks like it was Sony at fault here…

9to5mac.com

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From: sylvester802/13/2012 11:33:18 AM
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BREAKING..Samsung Launches Low-cost Android 4.0 Tablet with 39hrs battery life
By Mikael Ricknäs, IDG News Feb 13, 2012 8:30 am
pcworld.com

Samsung Electronics has launched the Galaxy Tab 2 (7.0), the first of its tablets to ship with Android 4.0 ( Ice Cream Sandwich) and its own Touchwiz user interface, the company said on Monday.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (7.0)The latest addition to Samsung's tablet portfolio is powered by a dual-core 1GHz processor and has a 7-inch screen with a 1024-by-600 pixel resolution.

The tablet will cost about €270 (US$350) excluding taxes for the Wi-Fi version, according to a statement from Samsung in Sweden, which also says that it will start shipping in March.

Samsung will also sell a 3G version of the Galaxy Tab 2 (7.0), which can function as a phone and connects to the Internet using HSPA (High-Speed Packet Access) at 21mbps.

The tablet is 0.41 inches (10.5 millimeters) thick and weighs 0.75 pounds (344 grams), compared to the iPad 2, which is 0.34 inches (8.8 millimeters) thick and weighs 1.32 pounds (601 grams).

The specification also includes two cameras; 8, 16, or 32GB of integrated storage and MicroSD card slot; and a 4000 mAh battery that should last for up to 39 hours, according to Samsung.

With a lower price, Samsung hopes to attract a larger audience to its tablets. Sales of Android-based tablets more than tripled during the fourth quarter of 2011, but Apple still dominates the market, according to a recent report from Strategy Analytics. The Android camp had a 39.1 percent share of global tablet shipments, compared to 29 percent a year earlier. Apple's share dropped from 68.2 percent to 57.6 percent, according to Strategy Analytics.

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To: sylvester80 who wrote (16745)2/13/2012 11:37:50 AM
From: FUBHO
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RE: and its own Touchwiz user interface


They must have rocks for brains at Samsung.

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To: zax who wrote (13157)2/13/2012 12:52:54 PM
From: Pogeu Mahone
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you cannot be betting on your opinion=broke

over 13000 post and you have not smartened up;0(


Let us know when you throw in the towel:o)

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To: FUBHO who wrote (16746)2/13/2012 12:54:00 PM
From: sylvester80
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If that is just like what they did with their Galaxy Tab honeycomb tablets, it won't be bad. They are mainly add-ons which can BTW be removed with ICS. And I love the 39Hr battery life.

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To: zax who wrote (16739)2/13/2012 1:13:27 PM
From: sylvester80
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Nokia Chief: Company No Longer In Danger Zone - Report
Last update: 2/13/2012 5:44:20 AM
HELSINKI (Dow Jones)--Finland's Nokia Corp. (NOK), the world's largest handset maker by unit shipments, is no longer in the danger zone it was in a year ago, South African newspaper Business Day reports Nokia Chief Executive Stephen Elop as saying Monday.
Elop's optimism is based on a change of strategy, revealed in a leaked internal note in February 2011, in which he compared Nokia to a man standing on a burning platform with the cold sea his only option for survival.
"That was the position more than one year ago and a lot has changed since then," Elop is quoted as saying by the paper.
Shortly after the memo was leaked, Nokia said it would adopt Microsoft Corp.'s (MSFT) Windows Phone operating system in all its new smartphones and phase out its aging Symbian platform, a move it believes will help it regain market share after struggling to compete with Apple Inc.'s (AAPL) iPhone and smartphones using Google Inc.'s (GOOG) Android software.
Full story: businessday.co.za
-By Arild Moen, Dow Jones Newswires; +358-9-2516 6279; arild.moen@dowjones.com
(END) Dow Jones Newswires
February 13, 2012 05:44 ET (10:44 GMT)

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To: zax who wrote (16739)2/13/2012 1:19:55 PM
From: sylvester80
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Nokia has been consolidating in the $5 area for 6 months now and is getting ready for a big move IMO. Could see $8 in short order (that would be a 60% move) if the market share numbers start to stabilize and Lumia starts seeing some traction.

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From: sylvester802/13/2012 8:59:51 PM
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Leaked render claims to show first Intel-powered Motorola phone
m.androidcentral.com
by Alex Dobie on 2/13/2012 | Filed Under: Smartphones, News, Rumors; Tags: android, leak, leaked pics, motorola, rumor, intel, rumors, rumored device, Medfield, intel medfield | 19 comments


We've known about Intel and Motorola's partnership for some time, and we've even seen the chip giant's Medfield platform powering prototype handsets. Today, a leaked render obtained byPocketNow purportedly shows the first Motorola-built, Intel-powered Android smartphone, running Ice Cream Sandwich with a new version of the Motoblur UI. And if you look closely, you'll notice what seem to be Galaxy Nexus-style on-screen buttons below the main viewport.

It's also claimed that the unnamed device will be making its first public appearance in a couple of weeks, at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. That's certainly possible, but remember that Motorola's Sanjay Jha said at the Intel keynote that phones wouldn't hit carrier testing until the summer, with launches coming after that.

Of course, there's no way to verify that this thing is running an Intel chip just by looking at a render. And as is always the case with leaked renders, the finished product may end up looking nothing like this. Time will tell. What is certain, though, is that we'll have full coverage of whatever's on show at MWC in the days ahead.

Source: PocketNow

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