Samsung has formed a strategic alliance with coffee-company Illy, in a deal that will see the South Korean tech giant's tablet technology on display in Illy coffee shops. The deal, announced Monday, means that some Illy shops will feature Samsung demonstration booths where you can toy with tablets such as the Galaxy Note 10.1. Samsung has also vowed to provide slightly-eerie-sounding 'Samsung Angels' to tutor customers through the gadgets' features. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.
A closeup of the Xperia XA2, Earlier this year at CES 2018, Sony announced its latest pair of XA-phones, These phones feature a 120-degree selfie camera, a fingerprint sensor and a 23-megapixel rear-facing camera, The more premium XA2 Ultra has a 6-inch display and an 8-megapixel front-facing camera while the 5.2-inch XA2 has an 8-megapixel selfie cam, Read the Xperia XA2 and XA2 Ultra hands-on, The Aquos Crystal lets you go borderless on a budget, Sharp's Aquos Crystal may be 4 years old, but it showed woodpeckers and cacti iphone case that owning a borderless phone didn't necessarily mean you had to cough up a lot of money, Sure, it wasn't the most powerful device around, but it was cheap compared to the others on this list, and its looks made it one of the more interesting budget phones of 2014, Read the Aquos Crystal review..
Parts the size of a grain of rice are in critically short supply. Remember earlier this year, when Sony's PlayStation 4 was hard to find? Get ready for more shortages across all sorts of electronics products. Turns out there's a shortfall in one tiny but crucial component used in nearly every electronic device, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday. Everything from devices, to gaming consoles, smartphones and televisions contain hundreds of multilayer ceramic chip capacitors, or MLCCs, about the size of a grain of rice. Demand is high for these components, which store power and control energy flow, but supply is low. It's why Sony's PlayStation 4 became so hard to find, according to the Journal.
The unofficial pics purport to show Nokia's new super high-res camera phone, the promised PureView Windows Phone we've woodpeckers and cacti iphone case been waiting for since the bonkers 808 PureView blew our minds with its ludicrous 41-megapixel sensor, And what a camera, If these leaks are real -- and when they come from multiple sources, it lends them more credibility -- this is the first phone since the 808 to have such a huge bulge on the back, While the photos featured here have 'XX megapixel' on the camera unit, rumour has it the phone will have the same 41-megapixel snapper as its Symbian-powered forebear, PureView software and Carl Zeiss lenses are sure things too..
MusicYou can use Amazon's Cloud Player on both tablets, and the iPad obviously has access to iTunes as well. Amazon Cloud Player allows users to stream music from their cloud library without having to actually download songs to their devices. Both tablets have access to streaming-music services like Pandora and Spotify as well. But what about sound quality? As forcefully as the iPad's single speaker belted out sound, the tablet is ultimately outshone by the Fire HD, which delivered smooth, loud sound with appropriately equalized bass and treble. I don't recommend listening to music through most tablet speakers, but with the Fire HD I make a very clear exception. You've never heard tablet speakers as good as these.
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