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Sunday, 02.03.14
COMMERCIALIZATION: EyeEm to Start EyeEm Market - Gives Mobile Photographers the Possibility to Sell their Shots
Posted by Arne Hess - at 12:13 CET under 01 - General News

This has the potential to become something big for mobile photographers. As EyeEm, the mobile photo sharing service from Germany - which is similar to Instagram - announced this morning, it's going to launch the "EyeEm Market" later this spring. Founded back in 2009 and having over 10 million photographers from all over the world, the EyeEm team looked through hundreds of thousands of images and talked to professional image buyers. And now EyeEm believes more than ever in the huge creative potential of its community; as Florian Meissner, Co-Founder & CEO of EyeEm wrote in an E-Mail to the community. Therefore EyeEm will launch later this spring its EyeEm Market, which is said to the world's premier marketplace for real photography.

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Saturday, 01.03.14
PHOTOVIEW: Omate TrueSmart (Extreme) Android 4.2.2 Smartwatch 2.0
Posted by Arne Hess - at 19:32 CET under 08 - Reviews

The Omate TrueSmart is a smartwatch, which has been funded by crowd funding platform Kickstarter. It's one of the first and few smartwatches which doesn't act as a companion-watch to a smartphone only but is instead running a full version of Android 4.2.2 (AOSP) with Omate UI 2.0 on top. Being a mobile phone by itself, it also allows to make calls, as well as it is data enabled. It's powered by a MediaTek dual-core ARM Cortex-A7 CPU at 1.0 MHz and either comes with 512 MB or 1 GB (Extreme Edition) of RAM and 4 GB or 8 GB (Extreme Edition) of flash memory which can be expanded through a microSD memory card. It supports quadband GSM/GPRS/EDGE as well as singleband UMTS/HSPA+ at either 1900 MHz (US) or 2100 MHz (Europe).

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Tuesday, 25.02.14
UNVEILED: Samsung expands Line of Wearables with the Introduction of the Samsung Gear Fit
Posted by Arne Hess - at 15:30 CET under 05 - Other Mobile OS News

Together with yesterday's Galaxy S5 announcement and right after last weekend's Galaxy Gear 2 smartwatch announcement, Samsung yesterday also unveiled the Samsung Gear Fit; the industry's first curved, Super AMOLED wearable device for the active consumer. The Gear Fit offers the unmatched convenience of Samsung Gear technology with the most comprehensive fitness tools available, empowering consumers stay physically active without sacrificing personal style or mobile connectivity. Whether used as a standalone or companion device (for Samsung devices only), the Samsung Gear Fit puts people in charge of their personal and active lives while staying connected so they never miss a moment.

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OFFICIAL: Samsung announces the Samsung Galaxy S5 Android Smartphone
Posted by Arne Hess - at 15:00 CET under 04 - Android News

Samsung held a massive event yesterday evening where it announced, at its so called "UNPACK5" event the Samsung Galaxy S5. Still following the design-tradition of the Galaxy S-range, you either love it or hate it, the fifth generation of the Galaxy S was said to be designed for what matters most to consumers. The new Galaxy S5 offers consumers a refined experience with innovation of essential features for day-to-day use. The Galaxy S5 combines an advanced camera, fast LTE network connectivity, dedicated fitness tools and enhanced device protection features as consumers stay fit and connected in style. Capturing and saving precious memories is one of the most important smartphone features today.

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Monday, 24.02.14
CONTRIBUTION: HTC aims to create a Supercomputer with "HTC Power to Give" for Android
Posted by Arne Hess - at 16:42 CET under 04 - Android News

Remember SETI@home, a project launched back in 1999 which is an Internet-based public volunteer computing project employing the BOINC software platform, hosted by the Space Sciences Laboratory, at the University of California, Berkeley? Well, HTC announced today that it will do something similar. At its Mobile World Congress press conference, HTC unveiled "HTC Power To Give", a mobile-based volunteer computing project to empower smartphone owners to help answer some of the world's biggest questions. The initiative aims to create a supercomputer by harnessing the collective processing power of Android smartphones. Currently in beta, HTC Power To Give aims to galvanize smartphone owners to unlock their unused processing power in order to help answer some of society's biggest questions.

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