Amazon announced two new tablets joining their already existing line. These two new top-of-the-line tablets are named HDX. They come in 7 inch and 8.9 inch versions and feature a new tech-support feature called “Mayday”. This “Mayday” feature let you video-chat with an Amazon support representative at any time of day about any trouble you are having with the tablet. It is available around the clock on every day of the year and can be accessed through a button in the quick settings bar.
The tablets themselves have gotten a slight boost in everything compared to older models, but it is not anything extraordinary. The OS itself has gotten a v .1 update and some minor kinks were fixed. Other then that, it is believed that the only reason for these tablets even appearing is to promote the “Mayday” feature and provide a basis for future tablets, if this feature…
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Sony Xperia Z1 Review
Sony announced their latest flagship in the form of the Xperia Z1 – a 20 megapixel-packing smartphone that runs 5-inch full HD display and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 800 CPU. Certainly a beast but does it have enough to lure people away from competition. Let’s find out by reading our full review.
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If I am honest, the Apple iPhone launch this week did not really set my pulse racing. While Apple products are certainly still cool, I just wonder if there is still such a huge appetite to replace last year’s phone, or even the one bought just a few months ago?
In contrast to Apple’s launch, I thought I would share this inspired video made by Dave Hakkens. The video is well worth watching for the concept it is aiming to help promote and fund – an open platform for building a new type of smart phone which is built on a LEGO type board. When one element fails, there is no need to replace the whole phone, just that particular part. Wonderful.
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