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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge-a Costly Affair to Produce

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It is expensive for Samsung to produce the new Galaxy S6 Edge. View the entire equation here.

It’s not cheap for Samsung when Galaxy S6 Edge with the curved screen rolls through factory halls.

Analysis Institute IHS has divorced Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge ad and an analysis of what the estimated cost is for Samsung to produce a bill by smartphone with curved screen.

The most expensive component is, not surprisingly, the curvy Super AMOLED screen with high resolution of 1440 x 2650 QHD pixels, which costs just under 600 dollars.
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Insurance Company: Galaxy S6 Is Champion in Durability

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Samsung Galaxy S6 shows up as the most durable smartphone in a big test from the insurance company Squaretrade.

An in-depth testing of the latest top models from Samsung and Apple shows that Samsung Galaxy S6 is doing quite well. In fact, so good that both iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Samsung’s own Galaxy S5-S6 curved Edge and its predecessor must be turned on.

It is the insurance company Squaretrade, which stands behind the test-the same company that published an early bøjeligheds test with machine BendBot. The test was the Samsung definitely not thrilled and released instead of its own, but there is apparently nothing to be unhappy over at Samsung. Read More

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The EU’s Case Against Google Published Today

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The EU’s competition Commission is expected today to publicize the prelude to the case against possible abuse of a monopoly formation.

One of the biggest cases to the EU competition Commission with Margrethe Vestager in the lead as competition Commissioner may very well see the light today.

Google expects after reports from the newspaper the Financial Times that a statement of objections from Margrethe Vestager comes forward today.

The case is based on a concern from the EUROPEAN UNION that Google takes advantage of a possible formation of monopolies to promote own search results in the search engine, which in Europe is used in around 92% of searches. According to Android Police there may be a requirement for a possible fine of over $ 6 billion. equivalent to 42 billion dollars.

Internal letter from Google leaked

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First Look at Surface 3

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We have been allowed to take a closer look at the upcoming Surface 3 that will soon come on the Danish market.

Mobilsiden.dk has been allowed to take a closer look at the new Surface 3, affecting the Danish market in the 7. the new unit comes in two versions: 64 GB internal memory/2 GB RAM to 4,699 crowns and 128 GB internal memory/4 GB RAM to 5,599 crowns.

Surface 3 powered by a quad-core Intel Atom processor, which gives slightly less x 7 performance than the processor in Surface Pro 3, but on the other hand held battery consumption down. Surface 3 is on paper given to be able to stand up to 10 hours of video playback.

The first thing you notice about Surface 3 is the size. The screen is at 10.8 inch in 3:2 format, and after a short time, we no longer think of the size of the screen in relation to Surface Pro 3. Nonetheless, there is probably no doubt that you have to work for long periods of time in front of the screen, a larger size is preferable. Read More

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This year’s Apple Event, WWDC, Takes Place 8. June

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Apple sets date for when this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference will take place and at the same time opens up for ticket sales.

Apple keeps the tradition his great WWDC event, or Worldwide Developers Conference, and will this year kicks off Monday, 8. June and running full blast forward to Friday the 12. June in San Francisco. It illuminates the Apple in a press release.

It will be the 26. again, Apple opens the door up for developers, the world press and interested consumers behind the computer screen.

At the Conference there will be over 100 technical sessions, over 1,000 Apple engineers and the opportunity to get help and great tips for its iOS apps of Apple’s developers directly on the site. The annual Apple Design Awards will also be to find where extra ordinary apps is rewarded. Read More

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Android Lollipop Now Also Ready for Xperia Z1, Z1 and Z Ultra Compact

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The newer Android 5.0 milestone spreads to yet more Xperia devices

A new era is upon us-a time where Sony turns up the updates. Before had Xperia-people nicely and patiently wait for newer Android versions, but now there’s new software-buns on the soup.

Middle of March featured namely on the sweet lollipop to toptelefonerne, Xperia Z3 and Z3 Compact, which supposedly soon to be recipients for even a refreshr.

This does not mean, however that previous generations’ flagships are forgotten. Now, where large and small Xperia models have a little love, namely: Xperia Z1, Z1 and Z Ultra Compact.  Read More

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Microsoft Lumia 640-Ready for Testing

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We’ve got Microsoft Lumia 640 in the door and are ready to pull the phone through critically-twisting machine.

Our site has now been fingered in a test copy of Microsoft’s latest device Lumia 640, which also comes in a larger version Lumia 640 XL.

We are excited to test phone, which, on paper, seems to give much “value-for-money”. For a suggested retail price of $ 1,299 dollars got you 4 g, 5 inch screen, 8 megapixel camera, 8 GB internal memory, 1 GB RAM and 2,500 mAh battery. Read More

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Samsung Underestimated Galaxy S6 Edge-Demand

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Samsung has not been able to predict the fierce demand for Galaxy S6 Edge that has occurred.

Demand for Samsung’s Galaxy S6 contoured Edge is far greater than what Samsung even has managed to predict.

It is an anonymous source in the industry, who today tells this to the largest newspaper in Korea, Yonhap News. “The supply can hardly meet the soaring demand for the time being,” the source also tells the newspaper.

Another Korean newspaper, Etnews, tells that Samsung had originally planned to put 8 million and 4 million Galaxy Galaxy S6 S6 Edge variants in production, but the demand for them is so high that both orders run up in all 15 million of normal Galaxy S6 and 5 million of the curvy version. Read More

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Apple Sued for iPad-Painting

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An artist leading a lawsuit against Apple and the duo, Craig & Karl, to take inspiration from a little too much in an iPad-painting.

The Brazilian artist Romero Britto, is not happy with Apple’s marketing of an iPad-painting by painter duo, Craig & Karl. It writes Appleinsider today.

Britto believes that the artwork used by Apple for its “Start something New”-page confusingly similar to the type of art that he works with.

Therefore, he places a lawsuit against both Apple and the two artists behind the image of a possible breach of intellectual property rights-the so-called trade dress in the United States. Read More

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ASUS’ VivoWatch-Fitnessur Displayed on Video

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The new fitnessur from ASUS displayed on a design exhibition, and we have now become a little wiser on its features and price.

Yesterday, ASUS media Engadget a little sneak peak of what the Taiwanese firm has in store. Information about the clock was, however, not many of.

Fortunately, we know something more about the clock today, according to ASUS-as promised-showed it off at Milan Design Week by 2015, which is taking place right now. An Italian media has got his fingers in the new fitnessur from ASUS and captured it on video. Read More

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Apple Publishes iOS 8.4 Beta with New Music Experience

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Apple ready with version 8.4 beta of iOS, which introduces a new app for music playback up to this year’s WWDC event.

A new beta version of iOS is in day out shortly after Apple’s previous beta release, version 8.3, were sent out to all users.

IOS 8.4 is, as the small change of name indicates, it is not a major update. In fact, it is only an updated music-app, there is the news in this iOS update. On the other hand, it is also shinet up from head to toe.

At the same time, it is expected that Apple’s acquisition of Beats for a little over half a year ago empties into a streaming service, which by the end of the WWDC event in June will be a part of this new musikapp in iOS 8.4 beta. Read More

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Sharp Breaks Sharpening Wall with New Mobile Display

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Sharp presents new phone display with 4 k resolution. For those who can’t get it sharp enough.

The Japanese display manufacturer Sharp announces in a press release that the 4 k-resolution for mobile phones are on the way. The first 4 k-panel will spread a resolution of 3840×2160 pixels above 5.5 inch which will correspond to 806 PPI.

The new display will thus have 54 times more pixels than in the original iPhone and thus ensure that even users with falkesyn will be unable to distinguish individual pixels.

The screen takes advantage of LCD technology and a RGB subpixel matrix.

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Android 5.0 Lollipop Ready for OnePlus One

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OnePlus One Smartphone owners can now rejoice at finally being able to update your Cyanogen us Lollipop-version.

If you are among the owners of the Chinese OnePlus One and eagerly waiting to update to Android 5.0 Lollipop, then there is good news. Cyanogen US 12S rolls right now in addition to OnePlus One.

After several delays get OnePlus One now Lollipop-update in the form of the custom Cyanogen US-version of Android.

It happens with a so-called over-the-air (OTA) update, where you get you message on your phone, the update is the country, after which it must be downloaded and installed.

The update takes up barely 600 MB, and we’ve already tried the new Lollipop-version. Below is what we have found new changes. Read More

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ASUS VivoWatch: New Fitness Watch with 10 Day Battery

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ASUS is ready with a new smartwatch targeting fitness person who holds power in the whole 10 days: meet the ASUS VivoWatch.

The Taiwanese electronics giant, ASUS, gives the website Engadget a little sneak peek at a new smartwatch, who goes by the name VivoWatch.

The clock differs from many of the most recently launched the smartwatches by being a fitness-oriented while having a design that certainly does not bear the imprint of it.

A nice square, but slightly curved, aluminum frame surrounding the display that appears to show only black and white colors-presumably hence the good battery life. Therefore it may very well be of e-ink-type. Read More

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Came Quite Close to Oppo’s Edge Solve Mobile

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The future and almost futuristic-like smartphone from Oppo shows itself once again on the Internet.

The Chinese smartphone manufacturer, Oppo, has a very interesting smartphone along the way, as with a brand new screen technology does away with the wide edge along both sides of the screen.

We are talking about Oppo R7, which before have come into the media light ad several times- first with a few clear photos and later a HD video, which confirmed its existence.

Now shows two additional images up, which comes from a Twitter user who is a journalist on an Italian media. Showing Oppo R7 forward on klos team, where you can really see what difference the screen does. Read More

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Apple Watch Beats the New Order Record

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Apple Watch sells well. Really good even. Just under 1 million. pre-orders are estimated to already be in the House.

Expectations for Apple Watch is big, and it appears that these may well be honored. The first sales figures promise at least good for Apple.

Analysis company, Slice Intelligence, can today report about where Apple Watch promises to be popular among consumers. The company brings together data from a wide range of American webshops and from this can give a relatively precise estimate of how well Apple Watch salesman.

Friday the 10. April was the day when Apple opened pre-orders are in the United States, among others. Slice Intelligence estimates that on this day is bought 957,000 watches from Apple. This figure should be seen in light of the fact that Google and the many manufacturers such as Samsung, LG, Sony and ASUS only managed to sell 720,000 Android Wear-watches throughout 2014. Read More

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Disguise Your Samsung Galaxy S6 in 24 Carat Gold

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Now you can give your newly bought Galaxy S6 a surface treatment in the form of 24 carat gold for a relatively small amount of money.

Although Samsung has congestion out tremendously on the choice of materials in the Galaxy and Galaxy S6 S6 Edge with glass back and frame of aluminum, it is not necessarily good enough.

It is certainly not for the Vietnamese company, Karalux, which specializes in the field of coating of gold on smartphones and luxury cars.

The company has now given Galaxy and Galaxy S6 S6 Edge a trip by his Hitgold-gold treatment on the frame, buttons and camera edge, and the result is not so bad even-especially the price taken into consideration. Read More

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Now Your Voice Can Unlock Android Phone up

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Now you can unlock your Android smartphone or tablet up by using a command that works only with your own voice.

If you have an Android device in hand, whether it be a tablet or a smartphone, then you have a sea of methods to choose from when the device needs to be unlocked and now comes a new for: Trusted voices.

The function simply goes out on you with your voice can unlock the screen up above to enter a PIN-code, for example, draw a pattern or use facial recognition. It is the command “OK Google”, which you can now use to unlock your device with. It writes Android Police.

Google voice approval mechanism can recognize whether it’s yours or someone else’s voice, trying to unlock the device. However, there is still a degree of security vulnerability by taking Smart Lock method in use, since Google itself tells that a person with a similar voice may be able to get successfully get past the lock screen. Read More

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The Android Calendar Gets Comeback of Important Function

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The Android calendar lost by Lollipop update it monthly overview, but now is the calendar back in great form.

Android’s default calendar was updated along with the rest of the Android system at the time of release for Android 5.0, also known as a Lollipop. Lollipop featured a totally new and more flat design, but not everyone was just happy for slikkepinden.

The calendar also got a thorough overhaul, but in the process unfortunately some features, including smoke the monthly overview. Last night, however, Google released updates for calendar, which again gets the month view back.

However, it is not just the month view as we know it, but also an expanded view where the screen is split into two, and both show the monthly overview, at the same time with the selected day’s agenda. Read More

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Overview: Samsung S6 to Test, Siri understands Danish and Now Rumor Mill in Full Swing

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Here you can get a quick and simple overview of some of the biggest stories from the week that was.

Our site look this week at Samsung other topmobil for 2015, Galaxy S6. It shares many of the qualities from the more expensive S6 Edge, but differ slightly. Read our big test including:

Samsung Galaxy S6: Topper almost everything
With Galaxy S6 runs Samsung from competitors and shows how a topspækket smartphone must be screwed together.

The week’s other big news is from Apple, which is now ready with the digital assistant Siri on Danish. Danish Siri is included in the update for iOS 8.3 which debuted last Wednesday. Read More

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New X-Speakers from Sony: Compact Storlyd

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Sony presents three new wireless speakers with small dimensions, high-fidelity sound and minimalist design. Meet the Sony SRS-X99, SRS-X88 and SRS X-77.

A number of new speakers from Sony will secure your home with hi-fi sound quality-without having to take up too much. It promises Sony in the press release.

Most are SRS-X99 and SRS-X88 which clamps serious audio quality and up to 154 watts sound pressure (X88:90 watt) in a compact unit with a single square design.

The sound is delivered by 7 speaker elements that together create a 2.1 sound stage, where the four so-called ‘ Super Tweeters ‘ working together, in order to reproduce clear highs and mids. Read More

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