LG All-In-One PC 29 Inch Review

LG long as it’s better known as a manufacturer of home appliance. Even so, it does not mean that the South Korean vendors plunge less interest in computer segment.

In fact, LG is ready to introduce the LG All-In-One PC 29 Inch mainstay in the event the IFA 2013 in Berlin, Germany. The key features products that were born in the V960 series is located on the 29 inch screen that has a 21:9 ratio.

The ratio of the landscape display, perform proportional films have claimed. Besides introducing the All-In-One PC’s, LG also revealed monitor product line with a ratio of 21:9 for other landscape display.

“Since LG introduced the world’s first monitor with a 21:9 screen ratio spans nearly a year ago, the market showed a very large increase in interest in this category will,” said Hyoung-Sei Park, head of the IT division at LG Electronics. Continue reading “LG All-In-One PC 29 Inch Review”

HTC No Longer Want to Make Windows Phone?

In addition to Android, HTC does have a line of smartphones based on Windows Phone models. But it is reported that Taiwanese manufacturers will no longer support the operating system from Microsoft.

Before you go make a phone Nokia Windows Phone, the HTC is the biggest vendor that has a variety of types of phones based on the operating system. HTC now has only about 5% of the total population of Windows Phone, Nokia is far behind at 80%. While the second position is filled by Samsung.

According to Digitimes, and quoted on Wednesday (08/14/2013), it is a sign that HTC began to move away from Windows Phone. In fact, some observers predict that Windows Phone still has a bright future, better than the BlackBerry. Continue reading “HTC No Longer Want to Make Windows Phone?”

Lost your phone? Dont worry, Search Use Android Device Manager!

android device managerLosing a smartphone is an unpleasant experience. But relax, because now your device can be found through the Android Device Manager  app.

Services similar to the ‘Find my iPhone’ in the iOS is officially released by Google and will be available in the near future. Same function, locate or track down a lost Android device.

GPS-based, in addition to track, this application also serves to secure the data in a way to remove it from a distance.

Excerpted from The Next Web, Sunday (08/04/2013), this application is also useful for users who often forget to put the cell phone. Because quite pressed only ‘Ring’, then the phone will ring.

“This service will be available at the end of the month and will run on Android operating system 2.2 and above,” wrote Benjamin Poeiesz Android Product Manager, in its official blog.

Android yet overtaken

Android position as the world’s most popular smartphone operating system has not been deterred. In survey research firm Kantar Worldpanel Comtech, Android is still well ahead of its rivals.

In the U.S., Android gets tight resistance of used Apple iPhone iOS. Android market share reached 52% in the second quarter of 2013, while 41.9% iPhone.

In Uncle Sam’s, the other OS as if just being cheerleaders. See, Windows Phone won only 4.6% market share, and BlackBerry 0.7% only. In continental Europe, Android lead, which stood at 70.4% compared to Apple which is only 17.8%. In the UK, Android listed power with 56.6% market share of 29.9% and iOS. Continue reading “Android yet overtaken”