It seems like just as you buy your new smartphone, you hear that an even better one is just being released soon. This might be the case here today, as photos of the Nokia Arrow (Nokia Lumia 820) are released from a Chinese website. However, one of the funny things about these images are that, on the bottom right corner it claims the phone only has 335 MB of RAM. This is probably due to it being a prototype, we hope. One thing we do know though, is that it will most likely be running Windows 8 (shock).
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China Mobile has over 683 million subscribers making it a great place to pass a virus along. ‘Trojan!SMSZombie” a newly discovered virus that has infected over 500,000 phones by spreading via SMS in china. The Trojan attacks its victims by making unauthorized payments via Chinese Android app stores. Furthermore, this virus is hard to find as it makes small unnoticeable transactions when it attacking its victims. First spotted by TrustGo security firm on July 15th, it has the potential to infect many more, so be careful, as you never know what your really downloading.
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- Tagged Android, Black Hat, China, China Mobile, Malware, MobilePhone, security firm, SMS, Texting, Trojan, Virus, virus trojan
Chinese online sources claim that Xiaomi might be releasing its successful phones in Europe as early as Q1 2013. The real question behind this statement is whether Xiaomi has the capabilities to expand its market in a completely uncharted area. Just to start off, Xiaomi will have to invest a lot of money in advertisement in Europe as not a lot of people are familiar with the brand. Finally, the funny part about this story is that Xiaomi has about 1.3 billion people in china to sell to, but that’s not good enough for them, of course.
Source: Tech In Asia, Engadget
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The release of the Xiaomi Phone 2 brings in a new era of $300 high-quality smartphones. The smartphone comes with a quad-core Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4 Pro APQ8064 chip, 2GB of RAM, and 16GB memory. Other benefits include a 2 MP front camera, and a 8 MP back camera. Wanting to buy it? Unfortunately, it will only be sold in China, so you’ll have to pre-order and ship it all the way here in October when it’s released.
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One 21 year-old suspected member of the infamous Anonymous hacking group, has been caught red-handed after posting on Facebook about his plans to hack numerous government websites. This comes at a surprise as the Hong Kong Anonymous group has been very inactive since the spring. The thoughts are, that if he hadn’t tried to miss with the Chinese government they could care less on who he was hacking.
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- Tagged Anonymous, anonymous group, Black Hat, China, China Government, Chinese government, Facebook, Government of the People's Republic of China, Hacking, Hacktivists, Hong Kong, technology, Website Hacking
All these advances in technology and we still don’t have the chance to own our own Quantum Computer. Well now we can add another item on the list for all Quantum things we don’t have. However, at Tsinghau University in China they can check off their list for inventing something Quantum. When will this awesome router arrive at our households you ask? Well i’d give it a couple of years before we can even answer that question.
Source: Technology Review (MIT)
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- Tagged advances in technology, China, Physics, Quantum, Quantum Computer, Quantum Computing, Quantum Mechanics, Quantum Routers, Quantum superposition, Routers, science, technology, university in china
Freshly pressed out of China, an Ipad shell has been leaked. First appeared, at a chinese micro-blog and then surfacing all over the internet. Everybody on the world wide web wants to know how the next Ipad will look like. Possible release date looks like next month. Also, estimates have surfaced up about the price which looks around $199 USD, but who knows, with Apple anything can happen.