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Samsung GALAXY S3 Android 4.1.2 Update in the Video

Samsung GALAXY S3 Android 4.1.2 Update in the Video | Random Tekniikkaa | Scoop.it

As a mid-week, the Samsung GALAXY S3 Android 4.1.2 update has been rolled out in Poland, many rejoiced on a rollout with us. However, it will probably take until the end of the year, until the local GALAXY S3 users are benefiting from Android 4.1.2. But what will happen in the update just for the User?

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LG Optimus G2 in June with Snapdragon S4 Prime, FullHD-screen and Android 5.0? [Rumor]

LG Optimus G2 in June with Snapdragon S4 Prime, FullHD-screen and Android 5.0? [Rumor] | Random Tekniikkaa | Scoop.it

Rumors about an upcoming LG Optimus G2 were already the end of November. At that time it was announced that this would probably be the first FullHD-smartphone of the South Korean manufacturer. Now these rumors flared up again and there’s even something new for allegedly upcoming LG Optimus G2 report. But for a few moments.

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Samsung unveils Premium Suite for the Galaxy S III

Samsung unveils Premium Suite for the Galaxy S III | Random Tekniikkaa | Scoop.it
Little more than six months into the Galaxy S III's lifespan, Samsung has announced a software upgrade for the popular Android smartphone.
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Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 review - Engadget

Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 review - Engadget | Random Tekniikkaa | Scoop.it

Though the Yoga 13 has a list price of $1,110 and up, it's currently starting at $1,000 on Lenovo's own site. That's the Core i3 model, which also has 4GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD. Each of the three main configs has 128GB of storage, in fact, except one has a Core i5 processor (that's $1,100) and the other packs a Core i7 chip (that goes for $1,300). The i5 and i7 versions also have eight gigs of RAM -- double what's offered in the base i3 model. All come with Intel HD 4000 integrated graphics. From what we can tell, there's no 256GB storage option for sale on Lenovo.com, so hopefully you can make do with 128 gigs.


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Samsung's Galaxy Camera: Android 4.1, 4G, and four CPU cores

Not too long after I hit the publish button on this head-to-head comparison of app-running cameras, Samsung announced its own app-centric shooter. In terms o...
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Intel "Red Ridge" Android Tablet surfaced

Intel "Red Ridge" Android Tablet surfaced | Random Tekniikkaa | Scoop.it

Intel as the largest processor manufacturer in the world in the past had missed the trend to continue to provide for the smartphone and tablet market corresponding processors. However, this year we have taken the step and then can bind with Motorola, a major partner in the smartphone industry itself. The result of it, the Motorola RAZR i, was probably a huge surprise to many.

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Google Now appears aimed for the Chrome browser | Android Central

Google Now appears aimed for the Chrome browser | Android Central | Random Tekniikkaa | Scoop.it
Google just keeps on closing the gaps between its products, as today we're seeing that the Chrome team is getting ready to put Google Now into the Chrome browser.
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Galaxy S III gets Jelly Bean 4.1.2 “Premium Suite” update - SlashGear

Galaxy S III gets Jelly Bean 4.1.2 “Premium Suite” update - SlashGear | Random Tekniikkaa | Scoop.it
Samsung has started rolling out the Jelly Bean 4.1.2 update for international Galaxy S III users, bringing with it a series of features call the Premium Suite...
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Windows 8 review - Engadget

Windows 8 review - Engadget | Random Tekniikkaa | Scoop.it

When you first boot up Windows 8 you'll be prompted to sign into your Microsoft account. Yep, the same one you might already be using for Hotmail, SkyDrive and Xbox Live. That means that every time you sign into a Windows 8 PC, your settings and custom tweaks will follow you to that new device. Additionally, because your Microsoft account is linked to your SkyDrive storage, you'll be logged into SkyDrive on any Windows 8 device where you've logged in using your Microsoft ID. So, because Office 2013 backs up to SkyDrive by default, it means any document you edit on your Windows 8 device will automatically upload to the cloud.


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