Published on September 29 2013

Sprint has been keeping quiet about its plans for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 despite most of its major competitors having begun accepting pre-orders and announcing release dates for their models of the Note 3. Currently, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 splash page on Sprint's website simply says "coming soon." However, we have been able to scrounge up a little information on the Sprint Galaxy Note 3 before the Now Network officially announces it.

IBTimes spoke with a Sprint retail representative who says the Galaxy Note 3 should be available on the carrier starting Oct. 2. According to the rep, Samsung visited the store on Wednesday in order to give them a preview of the Note 3 before its release on the network, which indicates that a release on Sprint could coincide with other carriers.

Thus far AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon have all begun accepting pre-orders for their Galaxy Note 3 models. The Note 3 will release on AT&T Oct. 1, on T-Mobile Oct. 2 and on Verizon Oct. 10. Officially, Sprint has only announced its intentions to power the Note 3 but has not given any details on the device or when it will release.

Pundits have noted the passing of what appears to be Sprint models of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 through the FCC. Last week Engadget reported that many devices with Galaxy Note 3 model-number variants had been inspected by the FCC. A device with the SM-N900R4 was certified with support for LTE-capable CDMA bands for Sprint, US Cellular and other regional providers, while one with the model number SM-N900P was certified with support specifically for Sprint. Many have taken these sightings as further confirmation that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will soon come to Sprint.

As said, Sprint has not officially announced any pre-order or release date information for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 so these claims cannot be confirmed until the network is ready to reveal its plans. Similar to Sprint, regional carrier U.S. Cellular has not officially revealed any pre-order or release plans for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, which the carrier says it will be carrying at some point.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 features a 5.7-inch Full HD Super AMOLED display, a 2.3GHz quad-core LTE processor for the U.S. market, 32GB and 64GB internal storage options with microSD expansion up to 64GB and 3GB of RAM, a 13-megapixel camera and a 1.9-megapixel front camera with 1080p/60 video recording and 4K video recording for some models. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 also runs the latest Android 4.3 Jelly Bean operating system and a 3,200mAh battery and features boosted 24-bit and 192 KHz audio.

Software features for the Note 3 include Samsung Knox preloaded and able to work for both personal and business capacities. The Note 3 also focuses on improved multitasking with the Air command feature, which directs users to the Action Memo, Screen Write, S-Finder, Scrapbook and Pen Window applications. With an enhanced S-Pen, users can easily navigate their Galaxy Note 3 handset with simple dot, circle and box motions.

Do you think we can expected an Oct. 2 launch for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3? Let us know in the comments below.

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Published on September 28 2013

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Published on September 25 2013

Amazon is refreshing its line-up of tablet computers with new devices called Kindle Fire HDX, which are significantly faster and lighter than the previous generation.

The 7-inch and 8.9-inch versions also have sharper, more colorful displays than older models, and both have more pixels per inch than the latest iPad.

Amazon unveils Kindle Fire HDX with 24/7 live help

To help those who are unfamiliar with tablets, the new Kindles come with a feature called "Mayday," which allows users to summon a live customer service representative in a tiny video window. The helpers can explain new features or troubleshoot problems while guiding users with on-screen hand scribbles. They can even take control of the device from afar.

CEO Jeff Bezos introduced the feature to reporters Tuesday, saying it is "completely unique" and takes advantage of Amazon's massive cloud computing and customer service infrastructure. It also builds on Inc.'s reputation for excellent customer service.

"You shouldn't have to be afraid of your device," Bezos said.

In a demo, Bezos asked an on-screen customer service rep to recommend a hot app. The rep mentioned "Angry Birds: Star Wars II." Bezos also received instructions on how to set time limits on various activities for children.

While the new Kindles are upgraded in several ways, Amazon also cut the price on what will be its entry-level 7-inch tablet, the Kindle Fire HD with 8 gigabytes of memory, to $139 from a $199 version that had 16 GB of memory. That makes the tablet just $20 more than Amazon's latest dedicated e-reader, the Kindle Paperwhite. The Kindle Fire HD is sheathed in a new magnesium alloy body like the HDX models, but has the same screen resolution and processing power of the older model.

Stephen Baker, a consumer technology analyst with research firm NPD Group, said the price cut to the Kindle Fire HD will do more to help Amazon compete in the tablet market than the added features on the newer models.

"That's where that model needs to be priced," Baker said, explaining that there are numerous manufacturers with tablets with screens that measure 7 inches diagonally —all priced around $150. "A big focus in that 7-inch category is just price."

In the May-July period, Kindles accounted for 17 percent of all tablets sold in the U.S., compared to 48 percent for Apple's iPad and 8 percent for Samsung's Galaxy line, according to NPD.

Globally, Amazon's shipments in the April-June quarter were down 59 percent from a year earlier at 470,000, NPD said. That compared to 14.6 million for Apple's iPad, down 17 percent from a year ago, and 10.8 million for Samsung's Galaxy line, up 539 percent. Amazon sells most of its Kindles around the Christmas holidays, Baker said.

The Kindle HDX models come with Qualcomm's quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, which is top of the line for tablets. Amazon said they are three times faster than the older Kindle Fire line. For graphics functions, the HDX models are four times faster than before.

Beyond the improved specifications, Amazon also unveiled more features that incorporate data from its IMDb movie database subsidiary. With the newer tablets, users who turn on the "X-ray" feature can see a small window that lists the name of a song that is playing in some TV shows and movies. One tap brings up the option to buy the song. Users can also look for all music in a show and zip to the exact spot where a particular song is playing.

People who have set up Amazon's video player as an app on their Internet-connected TVs or through game consoles can also follow along in real-time on their tablets, getting information on actors and trivia related to the shows on the big screen.

Music lovers can see song lyrics when they play songs purchased from Amazon. Lyrics are highlighted as they are sung. Tapping on the lyrics will zip to the appropriate point in the song.

Bezos said these services are only possible because Amazon provides the hardware, operating system, applications, cloud infrastructure and services for the devices. The "hardest and coolest" services such as its "Mayday" service lie at the intersection of "customer delight" and "deep integration through the entire stack," he said.

Amazon also unveiled new "origami covers" that lie flat when closed over the screen but can be folded and snapped into place as a stand that works both in horizontal and vertical position. They'll come in seven different colors and be sold separately for between $45 and $70.

The 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HDX starts at $379 for 16 GB of memory, while the 7-inch starts at $229 also with 16 GB. Buyers can pre-order starting Wednesday. The 7-inch will ship Oct. 18, while the 8.9-inch will ship starting Nov. 7.

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Published on September 25 2013

Leawo Software Co., Ltd., the reputed multimedia solutions provider and software developer that focuses on research and development of audio and video tools, officially announces the upgrade of Leawo iOS Data Recovery to version. The upgraded version improves data recovery quality and quantity, adds support for photos and videos recovery under DFU mode, adds function of deleted data recovery from iTunes backup, fixes some bugs, allows offline register and bug report, etc.

With more mature data recovery technology and improvement of practical functions as well as fixed problems, the new version can scan and recover data on iPhone/iPad/iPod touch with higher quality, completeness and stability, thus providing users with a better user experience.

Leawo iPad & iPhone data recovery software updated

1. Support deleted photos and videos recovery under DFU mode of iOS device.
The DFU mode of the iPod/iPhone/iPad data recovery program has been developed to scan and recover part of photos and videos that have been deleted from iPad/iPhone/iPod touch. The 8 kinds of files that can be recovered under DFU mode include Photos, Videos, Contacts, Messages, Call History, Calendars, Notes and Reminders.

2. Support deleted data recovery from iTunes backup.
Except for the function to scan and export 12 types of data in iTunes backup of all the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models, the iPad/iPod/iPhone data recovery program has been improved to recover 6 kinds of data that have been deleted from iTunes backup of iOS devices, especially for iPhone 4S and iPhone 5. The deleted 6 types of data from iTunes backup which can be recovered include Contacts?Messages, Call History, Calendars, Notes and Reminders.

3. Enhance the quality and quantity of data recovery -- more deleted contacts, messages and call histories could be recovered.

With more mature and rigorous data recovery technology developed, the iPhone/iPad/iPod data recovery software can scan and recover more deleted contacts, messages and call histories in quantity.

4. Solve the problem of not completely displaying notes.
The iPod/iPhone/iPad data recovery program has been improved and upgraded to fully display all the original information of the note taken, including Title, Date and the specific content of the note.

5. Solve the problem that the scanning is stuck in 99% after entering DFU mode.
The upgrade of the best iPad/iPod/iPhone data recovery utility also fixes the occasional bug problem that the scanning is stuck in 99% after entering DFU mode, thus making the data scanning more smoothly and quickly.

6. Add the new ability to register the program offline.
Another humanized upgrade is the ability to register offline, which allows you to directly send the registration failure information to the system in case of failing to register the program for whatever reasons and get the return of an identifying code to activate your software offline.

7. Add the new feature to report bug with one click.
The upgraded program also facilitates the bug reporting process by adding the option of “Bug Report” in the menu of the program, which allows you to report problems you have encountered directly and get solutions within only 1 business day.

8. Enhance the stability of data scan and recovery.
The improvement of the new version greatly enhances the stability of data scanning and recovery, so you can easily and quickly retrieve the lost data by automatically scanning your device or iTunes backup, and all the data that have been scanned can be exported to the local computer in batch.

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Published on September 23 2013

Microsoft isn’t just releasing new versions of the Surface Pro and Surface RT this year. According to Paul Thurrott’s Supersite for Windows, Microsoft plans to unveil a smaller 8-inch tablet that will run on a Qualcomm ARM processor and Windows RT 8.1.

Thurrott says that the smaller “Surface mini” tablet won’t be announced during the company’s big Surface press event on Monday but will instead be announced at a later date.

We’ve known for a while now that Microsoft has been planning to release a smaller version of its Surface tablet that it will price to compete with Apple’s iPad mini, Google’s Nexus 7 and Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD.

Microsoft made some important changes to its hardware certification standards earlier this year by lowering minimum display resolution requirements, thus making it easier for companies to produce smaller devices based on Windows 8.

UPDATE: The Associated Press also reports that Microsoft will release a Surface mini this year and, unlike Thurrott, it says Microsoft will announce the device at its Monday press event.

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Published on September 22 2013

Apple appears to have sold out of its iPhone 5s stock, with shipping estimates for all models in the United States slipping from 7–10 days to an ambiguous "October" ship date. The phone, which went on sale yesterday, saw shipping times of 1–3 days for the first four hours that it was available before estimates dropped to a seven to 10 day ship time.

iPhone 5S shipping estimates slip to October

Shipping estimates for online orders of the phone opened at 7–10 days in a number of countries, indicating significant stock shortages. Apple saw high demand for its gold iPhone 5s, which sold out within 28 minutes after launch in the United States. Both gold and silver iPhones were available in very limited quantities from Apple and other third-party retailers, while stock of the space gray phone appeared to be more widely available.

According to an Apple representative, the company saw incredible demand for the new phone, and a report from The Wall Street Journal suggests Apple has already asked its supply chain to increase production of the gold iPhone 5s in particular.

Currently, all colors and capacities of the iPhone 5S from all U.S. carriers display a shipping estimate of October. The same is true for the rest of the world, with online Apple Stores in Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Japan, Singapore, and the U.K. displaying identical October estimates.

iPhone 5C supplies remain plentiful, with all colors and capacities available to ship within 24 hours.

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Published on September 20 2013

Apple fans’ alarms are ringing all over the country right now as Apple’s flagship iPhone 5S finally becomes available to purchase online.

 iPhone 5s now available for sale online

The company curiously decided against making the 5s available for preorder alongside the iPhone 5c last week, though numerous reports including a BGR exclusive point to severe supply constraints as the likely reason.

The wait is finally over, however, and the iPhone 5s can finally be bought online on Apple’s website or on some carrier websites including Verizon Wireless and AT&T.

Considering how tight inventory is expected to be, odds are good that we’re looking at a couple of hours of availability at most before we see those delivery dates begin to slip back.

So, those hoping to get their hands on an iPhone 5s sometime soon, and who have no interest in battling through lines come daylight, should probably head over to Apple’s website right away.

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Published on September 19 2013

You may consider yourself the most organized person in the world, but believe me, once there’s a kid in your household, things change. And by “change”, I mean they get lost or broken – stuff like your DVDs and Blu-ray discs. The only way to avoid having to repurchase the same movies over and over is to create backup copies, and today’s discount software promotion, Aiseesoft ProDVD, will get you there!

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Published on September 19 2013

In “A Guide To What’s Great In iOS 7,” I took a look at some of the best new features of Apple's mobile operating system and how to get the most out of it. Here, though, I’m highlighting some things that are missed opportunities or worse in Apple’s new software.

7 misses in iOS 7

Tear down this wall(paper)

When Apple showed off iOS 7 in June, it was pretty proud of how the new icons seemed to float above the background wallpaper to create an almost 3-D effect. In real life, the interaction between iOS 7 and the screen background is challenging at best. Because groups of apps stored together no longer are set off with a black background and white border, they adapt to the wallpaper colors behind them. As the snippet to the right shows, the results are mixed. Sometimes, you get offsetting contrast, sometimes you don’t. Worse still, the white text is often not so easy to read against the background, because the new font is thinner. You may find yourself experimenting with wallpapers to get it right.

The graphical issues aren’t limited to the wallpaper, though. For reasons I’m sure Apple can explain, the cleaner, simpler more efficient iOS 7 now has your icons fly into the screen whenever you unlock it like some kind of videogame effect. It’s pointless, delays your access to the phone by a fraction of a second and is arguably distracting. (My sense is this is going to be even worse on the iPhone 4 than it is on my iPhone 5, but I can’t be certain). The same can be said of the new waveform graphic Siri displays when you call her to action. While that might serve some small function — it tells you she can hear you — that feedback isn’t especially important but it can be annoying in the car. Apple is promising much better in-car functionality in a future update of iOS 7, but right now the visuals of Siri make her worse when driving.

Pro tip: The dynamic wallpapers can be particularly tricky for readability, even though the subtle visual effect is cool. Of the included selections, I found the one with the stars was the best blend of neutrality and usability. Your mileage may vary.

Apple’s calendar remains awful

While Safari got some great updates, Siri is much improved and the basic phone functions took a huge leap, the calendar app is just not good. Get Sunrise, Fantastical or one of the many excellent iOS calendar apps out there. It’s embarrassing that at this point you can’t enter “Lunch Tuesday 1pm at The Creamery San Francisco” into the calendar app and have it not only create the appointment but also know where it’s happening. Sunrise has no such problem.

Revolution number 9?

Before, when you wanted to group a bunch of apps together, there was a limit as to how many you stack together in a single “folder”. With iOS 7, the limit has gone away because, for example, a group of games can have multiple panes within the stack that you can swipe through. The problem is that on the iPhone at least, it will only show you 9 of them at a time, which is fewer than you could see before. Because everything beyond the first 9 ends up buried, it’s not clear whether these “deeper” folders are a winner or whether you should stick with multiple folders for busy categories as you had to before.

Photo Streams are still backwards

Apple did some amazing stuff with pictures in iOS 7. The Collections function that groups them by time and place is terrific. Unfortunately, for a company that considers iCloud its future, Apple doesn’t seem to want to help you make all those photos easy to access outside your iPhone. This terrific post by Bradley Chambers sums up most of the issues, but I’ll put it this way: Nearly every tech support question I get about the iPhone revolves around photos, getting them off the phone, making albums, or the like. Apple needs to copy all your photos to the cloud, keep them there and if your phone is going to fill up from having too many, magically store small, low-resolution files of older photos there while keeping the good ones safe in a data center. When you connect with a computer, it can safely download all your photos in full resolution to it. Photo Stream has limits on the number of photos it will store for you, which just confounds people who take lots of pictures.

I’m joining a chorus here in telling Apple it can afford to store all your pictures and it’s time that it does. But it’s time that it does.

Not-so-magic gestures

Searching your iPhone used to require you to swipe all the way to the left from the home screen. Now, it’s always accessible with a small downward swipe. Of course, a downward swipe also brings up notifications if that’s done from the top of the screen. Trying to get one of those functions but winding up with the other happens more often than you might like. But that’s not the only issue with swiping gestures in iOS 7. The new Control Center, which gives you quick access to commonly used settings, is easy to bring up with a simple swipe from the bottom of the screen. Getting rid of it is less easy, though. If you swipe down on the panel itself, you tend to turn off Bluetooth or WiFi. The trick is to tap above the panel and it will disappear. Not obvious at all, but effective.

And speaking of not being obvious, the icons in the Control Ceter apparently don’t merit text labels, even though the rest of iOS 7 does. That’s probably OK for things like Airplane Mode and the camera icon, but the one that locks the screen orientation (to stop the iPhone from switching between portrait and landscape) and even the alarms icon will likely confuse people. It’s not really clear why Control Center doesn’t have text labels — it displays text when you actually press the unlabeled buttons to tell you what’s happening — but it lacks them. It’s also worth noting that while that orientation lock button exists, Control Center doesn’t adapt to being in landscape mode at all. Ummm, OK.

Sharing stuff

Apple likes to maintain control of the OS and for the most part, that’s a good thing. It keeps Apple’s devices stable and easy to use. But when it comes to sharing content, it’s a pretty big minus. You get to send a photo to Facebook FB +0.36%, Twitter or Flickr because that’s all Apple supports. Yes, you can go directly to the app you need and then share from there, but generally sharing is friendlier on Android than iOS because you can share to any service, like Pinterest or Instagram from whatever you’re doing. Recognizing that making this safe, simple and secure isn’t easy, it’s time for Apple to figure out how to do it so that it doesn’t have to pick a small subset of winners and constantly seem like it’s behind the times.

Keyboard keybored of this already

If you’re looking for keyboard improvements, forget it. And I’m not talking here about third-party software like Swype but rather the basics. Autocorrect works in the same infuriating manner it always has, requiring you to reject its suggestions with the tiny “x” or suffer its wrath. There’s still no way to bring up a keyboard with a row of numbers across the top even though there’s more screen real estate on the iPhone 5, 5c and 5S than the 4 series phones has and you are constantly toggling keyboards to work around this when typing numbers. Given how much was overhauled and how terrible entering text is on the iPhone, it’s somewhat shocking this got no attention.

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Published on September 18 2013

iOrgsoft AVCHD Video Converter is a powerful program for Windows users to convert Sony, Canon, Panasonic, JVC AVCHD, MTS, M2TS, TS videos in to a number of different video formats for viewing on mobile devices such as the iPhone 5S/5/4S/4/3GS, iPad/iPad 2/New iPad/iPad Mini, Samsung Galaxy S4/S3/S2, Kindle Fire etc.

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