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India develops first smartphone for the blind

The one user group most smartphones don’t cater well for is the visually impaired. But a team in India is claiming a world’s first design for a smartphone that works in Braille. Sumit Dagar, a post-graduate of India’s National Institute of Design, has teamed up with IIT Delhi to produce a prototype of the Braille […]

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Telstra to launch shared data plans

If you have all of your broadband devices hooked up to different accounts (your phone and your 3G tablet for example), keeping track of the data allowances remaining on each device can be a pain to remember. Telco giant Telstra looks set to provide a simpler solution by offering data plans that allow you to […]

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New 4G Nexus 4 rumoured for May

Google’s Nexus 4 has become one of the most popular smartphones on the market (if you can get hold of one) thanks largely to its big 4.7-inch screen, fast quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 APQ8064 processor and it’s comparatively low price tag. However, two features that are commonly mentioned as being missing are 4G/LTE network connectivity […]

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Samsung to launch Galaxy S4 into 50 countries late-April, sell 10m in first month

Samsung has some big plans for its latest iconic Android smartphone. The Korean giant is reported by digitimes.com to be preparing to launch the Galaxy S4 into 50 countries at the end of April. Further the report says Samsung and its hardware partners are ready to sell 10million phones in the first month and up […]

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Samsung Galaxy S4 hits Verizon in May, Australia April 23

The US smartphone market will heat up shortly with the release of Samsung’s next flagship Galaxy smartphone. The Galaxy S4 is widely anticipated and although it’ll feature a much smaller (comparative) screen size compared with the Galaxy Mega, it’ll be the performance phone, powered by Qualcomm’s super-quick Snapdragon 600 APQ8064 quad-core processor. So far, most […]

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