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Samsung finally rolls out Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean for Galaxy Note (Update)

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Samsung is one of the most popular smartphone manufacturers in the current market. Samsung’s golden run at the top started with the company’s popular phablet, the Galaxy Note. Sadly, the consumers of the original Note had to wait a bit longer than usual to have their hands on the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS. The good news for all the …

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Samsung Godiva SCH-I425 spotted in benchmarks; packs 720p display, Jelly Bean

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A Verizon-bound upcoming Samsung Android smartphone has been spotted online at GL Benchmark. The smartphone, which carries the codename “Godiva,” features Android 4.1.2 and will be released under the model number SCH-I425. As per the benchmark listing, the smartphone will also come with a 1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 MSM8960 processor, Adreno 305 GPU, LTE connectivity, and 720p display of unknown …

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Amazon launches Instant Video app for Nintendo Wii

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After bringing Instant Video service to Nintendo Wii U, which debuted on November 18, 2012, Amazon has announced that this video streaming service is now available for all Wii owners.  It can found in the Wii Shop Channel to download and install on your Wii console. “Customers can purchase, rent and stream more than 145,000 movies and TV episodes from …

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New MySpace opens to public

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Yes, MySpace has been re-launched with a new design and if you open it now, you will see Justin Timberlake’s face all over it. Timed with release of Timberlake’s latest single “Suit & Tie,” who is also site’s prominent investor, new MySpace is now open to any and every one. The so-called new version of this yesteryear social network reached …

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AT&T Samsung Galaxy Rugby Pro getting Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update

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Samsung has started rolling out Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for Galaxy Rugby Pro i547 smartphone on AT&T network. The smartphone, which was originally released in September with Android 4.0, can now be updated to 4.1 over-the-air as well as via Kies on PC. 383MB in size, the update brings the usual set of Jelly Bean features; however you can …

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LG Optimus G getting Jelly Bean update in South Korea

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LG’s Optimus G, which was launched last year with Ice Cream Sandwich on-board, is now getting Android 4.1 update in South Korea. LG had earlier said that the Optimus G update will be arriving in December 2012 looks like it got delayed a bit. The update is available via LG Mobile Support Tool V4.1 and will take your Optimus G …

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Rocra or Red October malware stealing classified data since 2007

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When normal consumers are becoming the victims of data theft each day, it is no surprise that the same is happening within government sector too. According to a report in WSJ, Moscow-based anti-virus maker Kaspersky Lab has discovered a series of cyberattacks targeting diplomatic, governmental and scientific-research organizations in former Soviet-bloc countries, India, US, Iran and Belgium. What is surprising …

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Cheaper iPhone might feature a “see-through” chassis

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The follow-up rumours of the recent WSJ reveal “cheaper iPhone” have started appearing.  According to a report in Digitimes, Apple might replace the metal chassis with a plastic one to cut costs in the cheaper iPhone.  In addition, it also states that a US-based electronic manufacturing service (EMS) provider is likely to provide this plastic chassis for the cheaper iPhone. …

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Asus UK now taking orders for Nexus 7 dock, to ship in a fortnight

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Nexus 7 dock has become this elusive accessory that does not want to reach consumers, but looks like it is going to change soon. Asus UK has now started taking orders for the dock on its official website. Priced at £24.99, it is still almost a fortnight away from reaching normal consumers, as Asus clearly states on its website that …

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