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iPhone 5 vs BlackBerry Z10 comparison video

Posted by Jason Diaz Categories: Apple, Cell Phones, Handhelds, Videos

iPhone 5 vs BlackBery Z10

Check out this performance comparison between the iPhone 5 and the upcoming BlackBerry Z10 running BlackBerry 10 OS. The hardware is rocking a 4.2-inch 1280x768 display at 355 dpi. It also has HDMI and USB conectivity, as well as micro SIM and micro SD, with an 1800 mAh battery. In addition, some are suggesting that it includes two 2GB of RAM and 1.5 dual-core processor and 8MP camera. Check out the video after the break.

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Unannounced leaked BlackBerry Z10 purportedly demoed on video

Posted by Jason Diaz Categories: Cell Phones, Handhelds, Rumors, Videos

BlackBerry z10 leak

Research In Motion's BlackBerry 10 mobile OS, formally QNX, has been widely publicized; however, little is known about RIM's other ability, hardware, until now. A video has been posted to YouTube of an iPhone-esque phone with a BlackBerry logo allegedly dub the BlackBerry Z10. To be clear, this is not the demo units that were given to developers for the purpose of making apps and taking the OS for a spin. Perhaps, this is a unit that is slated for mass production? We will soon find out as RIM has an event scheduled for later this month. Until then, check out the video leak.

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New BlackBerry 10 Screenshots show voice recognition, updated UI

BlackBerry 10 home screen

BlackBerry 10 is nearing its debut, and more screenshots have come out showing what's new in the BB10 operating system.

From the newest screenshots posted on Tihnte, it appears the BB10 is taking a book out of Apple's playbook and incorporating a smart voice assistant. Voice commands were announced earlier, and the screenshots show you will definitely be able to make dictations, but other functionality, if any at all, is unknown.

The screenshots also showcase BB10's Twitter client, which doesn't stray to far from the iOS and Android comfort zones. There's also some looks at the BlackBerry Hub and new visual stylings of the BB10.

Read More | Tinhte

iPad mini caught on video ahead of unveiling, no front-facing camera?

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Apple, Handhelds, Rumors, Videos

 

iPad mini leak

Apple is set to reveal the iPad mini to the world at this morning's iPad mini event, but it looks like the device may have been caught on camera shortly before Apple got started! Check out the video above from ETrade Supply. These are the same guys who leaked a video of the iPhone 5 design weeks before it was announced by Apple, and they were spot on. What do you think? Would Apple really remove the front camera on the iPad mini? Hit the video after the break to see for yourself.

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Mysterious images of Sony Nexus X smartphone pop up in Piscasa

Posted by Jason Diaz Categories: Cell Phones, Google, Handhelds, Rumors

Sony Nexus X

Rumor has it that Google may release two new Nexus devices: one made by LG, and the other by Sony. Two photos have popped up on the Piscasa photo sharing site, and they seemingly reveal an angled image of a device with Sony and Google branding on the back. This could be a hoax, but from a competitive perspective, two Nexus devices are better than one. The idea could propel the Nexus brand from a niche market to the mainstream; much like what Samsung did with the Galaxy line. Also, the image details shows that it was taken with a Samsung Galaxy Nexus. We caught a  screenshot of it before the author decided to remove that piece of important detail. More images after the break.

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iPad mini battery leaked in photo

Posted by Jason Diaz Categories: Apple, Handhelds, Rumors

Leaked iPad Mini Battery

MacRumors has obtained photos of what is reported to be the internal battery for the upcoming iPad mini. As indicated by the battery's marking of 3.72 volts, the battery life on the 7.85-inch iPad is expected to be between an iPhone and fully sized new iPad, 16.7 Whr of juice on 4490 mAh of charge. As a disclaimer, we can't yet authenticate if the leaked part is legitimately from Apple, but based on other Apple-designed batteries, it has the familiar markings of past and current products. The battery is still in regulatory limbo, and is subject to be changed if needed.

The iPad mini is rumored to be unveiled on October 23rd. How's that for doubling down on secrecy?

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Leaked Windows 8 video ads show off touch features

Posted by Jason Diaz Categories: Microsoft, Software, Videos

Windows 8

Microsoft's marketing department couldn't keep a lock on these four Windows 8 promo videos that have turned up on YouTube. One of the ads shows off the Microsoft Surface tablet, set to be released on October 26th. Get to stepping and get your Windows geek on--we've got all four videos after the jump!

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Apple search page reveals iPhone 5, LTE, iTunes 11, updated iPod touch and nano

iPhone 5 search results

Alright, we know Apple pretty much confirmed the iPhone 5 name with its event invite, but further proof comes this morning by way of Apple's site search engine. Using the search, you are able to find links that mention the iPhone 5 by name that will undoubtedly go live later today, after the announcement. Additionally, the search also reveals iPhone 5 LTE compatibility, new iPod touch and iPod nano models, and iTunes 11 all being announced today as well. Be sure to follow our live iPhone 5 coverage today to get all the news as it happens!

Read More | 9to5Mac

Rumored iPad mini design detailed in images

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Apple, Handhelds, Rumors

iPad mini design

Nowhere Else is at it again, this time publishing a few images that show the alleged design of the upcoming iPad mini, that being the heavily-rumored 7.85-inch version of the Apple tablet. We must point out that the device certainly doesn't look to be an actual product, but rather something simply based on the rumored design specifications. That said, it looks pretty nice, no? Apple is expected to reveal the 7.85-inch iPad sometime next month, as it's dedicating tomorrow to the iPhone 5 unveiling.

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Apple says it never gave UDID info to the FBI

UDID Leak

Apple has chimed in on the saga of twelve million leaked iOS UDIDs. Apple claims that they never gave that information to the FBI, nor did the FBI ever request it from Apple.

"The FBI has not requested this information from Apple, nor have we provided it to the FBI or any organization. Additionally, with iOS 6 we introduced a new set of APIs meant to replace the use of the UDID and will soon be banning the use of UDID" - Natalie Keriss Apple Spokeswoman

Unique Device Identifiers, or UDIDs, are somewhat similar to a serial number or a social security number for devices. It is comprised of about 40 alphanumeric characters that basically identifies you as the device owner. It could be used for targeted ads and marketing analytics, or it can be utilized for development purposes like app and software distribution.

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