How to watch Samsung’s Unpacked 2014 Galaxy Note 4 reveal live

This afternoon, Samsung is set to launch its new phablet, and several other pieces of hardware. Here’s how you can watch the Unpacked 2014 event live.Read more:

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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has tech spec leaked by retailer

Want to know the full details on the upcoming Note 4 phablet? Then read on, as an Indonesian retailer has let the cat out of the bag…Read more:

A closer look at how the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will shape up

What can we expect from Samsung’s new phablet at the launch event this afternoon? We round up the most persistent and likely to be accurate rumours.Read more:

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 camera specs leaked

We already knew that Samsung’s upcoming phablet will have a 16 megapixel rear camera, but further details on the snapper have been leaked.Read more:

How to watch Samsung’s Unpacked 2014 Galaxy Note 4 reveal live

This afternoon, Samsung is set to launch its new phablet, and several other pieces of hardware. Here’s how you can watch the Unpacked 2014 event live.Read more:

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 pre-orders go live tomorrow

Samsung has chosen to set pre-orders going from tomorrow, the same day the iPhone 6 goes on sale, with the Note 4 to hit shelves in three weeks’ time.Read more:

Samsung Touts Video Chops With Two More Big Screen Phones

As expected (and amply leaked), Samsung has today whipped back the curtain on a pair of new flagship smartphones, announcing two new phablets: the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge+ at press events in New York and London.

Samsung Unveils The Galaxy Note 4

Samsung has just unveiled the fourth generation in its surprisingly popular phablet series. Ladies and gentlemen, meet the Galaxy Note 4. In terms of design, the Galaxy Note 4 is very similar to the Galaxy Note 3, save for a few small details. For example,

Galaxy Note 4 Rumor Roundup: Everything We Think We Know

The Galaxy Note 3 is a monster, both in size and importance. It was the best-selling device in Samsung's Galaxy lineup last year, and more importantly made phablets something you'd actually want to use. But with Apple potentially about to enter the biggie-sized smartphone space,

Samsung to supply West Yorkshire Police with thousands of Galaxy Note 3 phones

Some 4,000 officers in West Yorkshire will be equipped with the phablets, allowing them to remotely record crimes and spend more time on the beat.Read more:

Will Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 have an ultrasonic cover to help visually impaired owners?

It’s rumoured that it could offer an ultrasonic cover as an option that is likely to emit ultrasonic sound waves that help to alert the user when they are close to objects.Read more: http://www.itproportal.

Barclaycard and SAP team up to make corporate payments easier

Partnership looks to bring procurement and payment for B2B organisations into a single solution.

Chinese phones now make up more than a third of all EU sales

Individually, Samsung is still king.

JP Morgan launches cryptocurrency

Business-only JPM Coin looks to take on the likes of Ripple.

Amazon cancels $2bn New York HQ

Online giant claims it doesn't want to go against the wishes of NYC locals.

How technology is transforming the casual dining industry

New ways to buy and new ways to pay are fuelling innovation in the sector.

Why businesses need to go paperless now

Here’s a look at the current situation in the UK and some of the ways in which businesses can benefit from going paperless in 2019.

How AI technology is digitising supply chain processes

With supply chain and logistics becoming more complicated in the age of industrial IoT, the need for AI-enabled chatbots is much higher in this field.

Clinch location-based video editing app thrown on the scrapheap

A video app that allowed users to bring together various different clips and collaborate with different app owners has been withdrawn due to a change in direction for the firm.Read more:

Has Microsoft China just accidentally revealed the Windows 9 logo?

A social media post by the firm’s Chinese arm posted a picture showing a number nine made up of Windows Live tiles with Windows written underneathRead more:

Netflix no longer reveals your embarrassing viewing habits to Facebook friends

A change to its recommendations feature means that users can choose to send notifications to friends when they have watched a show that may interest them instead of automatically informing everyone.Read more: http://www.itproportal.

Why Movie Streaming Services Are Unsatisfying — and Will Stay That Way

mendax sends this excerpt from a New York Times op-ed: "like Napster in the late 1990s, [torrent-streaming app Popcorn Time] offered a glimpse of what seemed like the future, a model for how painless it should be to stream movies and TV shows online.

3D-Printed Material Can Carry 160,000 Times Its Own Weight

rtoz writes: Researchers have found a new material design based on the use of microlattices with nanoscale features, combining great stiffness and strength with ultralow density.



The top free, paid, and trending Windows Phone apps and games as of August 3rd

The Windows Phone Store is home to thousands of Windows Phone apps, with new apps coming in on a weekly basis. Let's take a look at the Windows Phone Store and see which apps are at the top of the charts when it comes to the free, paid, and trending categories.

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Report: Facebook Readying App for Anonymous Sharing

Facebook might soon offer the option for users to share with one another completely anonymously.The social network is preparing to launch a standalone app that will allow users to anonymously interact with each other, according to a report in the New York Times.See also:

Alibaba made more than $9 billion on the world's biggest online shopping day

Cyber Monday Singles Day was a home run for Alibaba.The Chinese ecommerce giant posted more than $9 billion in sales for the unofficial Nov. 11 holiday, which is also known as the 11.11 Shopping Festival considered to be the world's biggest online retail sales daySee also: Alibaba:

Disney promises to end dead-eyed CGI characters forever

If you saw The Polar Express, which came out 10 years ago last month, you may remember thinking to yourself: "what the hell is wrong with CGI Tom Hanks' eyes?" Despite many advances in CGI in the decade since, we're still stuck with the "Uncanny Valley" problem,

Dr. Dre and Eminem: Forgot About Dre

Today I fell down a Vine rabbithole that led me to this goodness: A guy who forgot about Dre. Don't be that guy! Go listen to Chronic 2001. Happy Wednesday, and don't forget about Apple VP Andre Young. [Spotify, iTunes, Amazon] Read more...



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