You are required to have an AppleTV connected to Samsung Smart TV to mirror the display of Mac computer wirelessy. But with this app, you can wireless connect the two devices without needing AppleTV.
Samsung has finally unveiled the new Galaxy S5 device at UNPACKED event in Mobile World Congress, Barcelona. The device is very powerful, I think the most powerful smartphone of its category when we compare its specifications with any other existing model. It is packed with 2.5GHz Processor, 2GB RAM, 2700mAh battery and 16 megapixel camera.
Parallax is a phenomenon in which an object is viewed from two different angles or two different lines of sight and difference is measured by the angle of inclination. You can read more about parallax effect on Wikipedia. These days smartphones users can also install the wallpapers containing parallax effect. Apple is pioneer in it. They introduced Parallax wallpapers in iOS 7. Later the developers of other operating systems especially those of android OS ported the concept android to develop this type of wallpapers by using different techniques.
Usually I don’t write about the android applications but this app really saved a lot of time for me. Before I found this app, I tested many applications available in the Google PlayStore but none of them worked. Few months back when I purchased my first android based Samsung Galaxy S3 handset, one thing I liked, besides many others, was its feature to support the external memory card.
As you all know that Ubuntu is one of the highly organised and free operating system for desktop PCs. Now it has made its way to smaller screens. It is still under testing to reach the first public build for smartphones and tablets. Few days ago its first Developer Preview version was released and we told you how you can install it on android based Nexus devices.
LG has just announced the next major smartphone of 2013 by adding the name “Pro” to its popular Optimus G family. LG Optimus G Pro sports 5.5 inches stunning display with powerful processor and better screen resolution.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 is one of those devices which have little to no chance of getting Android 4.2, also known as Jelly Bean. However the recent builds of CyanogenMod 10.1, which are rather unofficial, would install Android 4.2 on your device and would also boost the general performance.
The developer behind ClockWorkMod Recovery, Koushik Dutta (Kouch) has released ClockWorkMod Recovery 6.0 version which is though an alpha release and still under development. Many users reported through XDA forum that this build is working without any error on their devices. ClockWorkMod v6.0 not only speeds up the back up process but also reduces the size of incremental backups up to 15-20mb.
A major security flaw has been discovered in the AT&T Samsung Galaxy S II, which is about to be released on the 2nd of October (tomorrow) at a price of $199 with a two-year contract. This Major security flaw allows anyone to bypass the security code lock (keypad lock) of the Samsung Galaxy S II of AT&T.
The patent war between the tech giant, Apple and the Korean gadget producing company, Samsung is going on with neither side giving in. Since Apple sued Samsung for infringing of Apple’s patents, this war has gain momentum.
The Android OS dominated smartphone, Samsung Galaxy S II, which was released by the Korean gadgets developing company back in April, has rocked the smartphone market. It has been on the top of the chart. Being much more faster than the iPhone 4, and having a bigger screen accompanied by better contrast and resolution, it has been the choice of many smartphone users.
Samsung and Apple have been on the war line since a couple of months. They have a kind of patent war going on. Just a couple of weeks ago, Apple sued Samsung for infringement of Apple’s patents, and eventually succeeded in banning Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Germany. Samsung responded by giving a report to Korean Times saying that they would sue Apple soon, and it was proved that Samsung was right, as just yesterday Samsung asked for a permanent ban on Apple’s 3G products in the Netherlands. Well, now Samsung is receiving support from the top service provider of the US, Verizon against Apple.
Verizon, the largest wireless operator has submitted a request to the United States District Court for the Northern District of California to file an amicus curiae, or “friend of the court,” brief in support of Samsung, Florian Mueller of FOSS Patents reports. So now this brief would give Verizon the opportunity to intervene as a third party in the case, and thereby help Samsung against Apple’s lawsuits.
If you remember, just a few days ago, a senior executive officer told the Korean Times, that Samsung was planning to sue Apple for infringing of some patents just after the release of iPhone 5. It looks like Samsung can’t wait for iPhone 5 release, as it has asked to ban iPhones and iPads in the Netherland. Samsung is in a way, taking its revenge for ban on Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Germany by Apple.
Samsung – the South Korean gadget developing company was sued by Apple for infringing some patents just a few weeks ago. After being found guilty, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 was officially banned in Germany. The same thing happened to its GalTab 7.7 in Britain at IFA when they were pulled off the shelves. Although Samsung’s Galaxy SII is on top of the smartphone market, but still its shares in market are bound to drop a lot after the arrival of Apple’s iPhone 5 (which is scheduled for October).
But it looks like, the South Korean gadget producer has some things in its bag too. According to an unnamed senior executive of Samsung, they are just waiting for the iPhone 5 to come in the market. Then, they would take their revenge by suing Apple for violating Samsung’s wireless technology related patents.
Take a look at this report by Korea Times
Just after the arrival of the iPhone 5 here, Samsung plans to take Apple to court here [in Korea] for its violation of Samsung’s wireless technology related patents.