Nokia Lumia 1020 has already been available for pre-order in USA and UK. It was already available for pre-orders in Germany for a hefty price tag of 799 through a few retailers, but now, Cyberport and Handyshop have introduced the device at reasonable price of 699. The device is available on contract as well on Vodafone, O2 and T-Mobile starting from 30.
It has been a few days since Google rolled out the new Gmail tabbed interface. Many have been in the favor while many don’t like the newly introduced interface. Recently, Google announced that it will roll out a new full screen compose window for Gmail. Previously, when you compose a new email, a small popup window appears that resides in the bottom right corner of the screen. You can click on the popup button to use it as a separate window but many users prefer to work in the same tab with a full screen compose windows, as it gives them more room to write emails.
More details about Samsung Exynos 5 Octa have emerged through DDaily -a Korean publication. The report also claims that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will powered by the Exynos 5 Octa rather than Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 800 chipset.
Did you know there was a Chrome OS? I didn’t, but apparently some anti-establishment people out there are choosing to forgo Windows, Mac and Linux-based operating systems in favor of Chrome OS. The operating system is currently in beta and has recently received a major update.
All you Chrome OS users out there – yes, both of you – will now get to enjoy new features like the new “immersive” full screen mode, UI scaling, and wallpaper sync. There’s also a smarter app launcher in the new update. All you Google lovers looking for the full update list will need to follow the source link to find it.
No, they’re not, but electronics are starting to become quite stretchy. Researchers at the University of Michigan have discovered that nanoparticles and elastic components can be combined to make conductors that stretch.
This means bendable displays, batteries, medical implants that move with the body instead of pressing up against it, and much more. This could actually lead to the creation of paper thin displays and multimedia magazines and newspapers you can hold in your hands!
Of course, we’re still a long ways from that.