Results for: nexus prime Search Results
Family Filter:
8:45
Jon Rettinger fills in for Noah K. this weak and tackles some of the biggest players int he world of mobile tech rumors. Jon R. discusses updates for the highly anticipated Apple iPhone 5/4s set to launch later this year. He also provides a sneak peak at the latest from Google with their "Nexus Prime" and from Research in Motion and their BlackBerries. All this and much more!
27 Jul 2011
130
Share Video

8:45
Jon Rettinger fills in for Noah K. this weak and tackles some of the biggest players int he world of mobile tech rumors. Jon R. discusses updates for the highly anticipated Apple iPhone 5/4s set to launch later this year. He also provides a sneak peak at the latest from Google with their "Nexus Prime" and from Research in Motion and their BlackBerries. All this and much more!
27 Jul 2011
1288
Share Video

8:47
Jon Rettinger is back home to tackle the latest question from tech enthusiasts of the Internets. In this episode, Jon explores the business ethics of Apple's "lawsuit rampage" as they sue almost every tech company under the sun. He also provides some thoughts on gaming consoles, as well as some insight on the upcoming Android 4.0 phone, the Nexus Prime.
16 Aug 2011
885
Share Video

1:59
BY EVAN THOMAS ANCHOR MEGAN MURPHY You're watching multisource global video news analysis from Newsy. Just days after the debut of Apple’s latest iPhone, phone competitor Samsung is firing back. On Wednesday the company released a teaser video of what is widely believed to be the next flagship Android phone. It will compete with the new iPhone 4S, and most analysts think it’ll be called the Nexus Prime. Gizmodo says the timing -- hard on the heels of Apple -- was a good decision on Samsung’s part. “We've been expecting the Nexus Prime … for quite a while now and there's really no better time to introduce it than right now (as Apple just showed its cards).” But with the iPhone 4S already announced, GottaBeMobile thinks it may already be too late for Samsung. “... whatever Google is announcing … is going to be sandwiched in between iPhone 4S and iOS 5 buzz. This is an uphill fight, no matter how you slice it. Apple launched first which puts the pressure on Google and Samsung to deliver a proper competitor to the iPhone 4S...” The pressure may be on-- but CNET suspects the Nexus Prime will have a hardware edge on the latest iPhone. “So it’s a good thing the screen’s going to be huge, and have a true 720p-line resolution. Compare that to about 540 lines on today’s best phone displays. That’s a visual stunner.” The International Business Times argues Samsung’s current Android line already beats the new iPhone’s tech specs-- and says if the Nexus Prime runs the latest Android software to boot, Apple will be the one sweating. “Ice Cream Sandwich, the latest Google dessert, will feature easier multitasking, new menu interface and a Google-blue theme. ...Nexus Prime, thanks to Ice Cream Sandwich, could really put a dent in iPhone's sales.” Sound too good to be true? It might be. The LA Times reminds everyone-- this is as much rumor as the iPhone 5 was. “For now, that's a rumor. A heavily circulated rumor. And as we all know, rumors don't always pan out. Just ask all those who predicted Apple would announce an iPhone 5 with a larger screen and new form factor this week.” Rumor has it the Nexus Prime -- or whatever it ends up being named -- will be announced on October 11th in San Diego.
10 Oct 2011
335
Share Video

8:09
For the first time, Jon films in his brand new official TechnoBuffalo office space! Today, Jon takes an analytical look at the top Android tablets in comparison with the Apple iPad. He also provides his speculations on the future of Nexus devices, and whether or not Google's acquisition of Motorola will make a difference, & more!
27 Sep 2011
966
Share Video

10:24
Noah K tackles the biggest tech rumors of this week! Samsung and Intel have joined forces to launch a new mobile OS called Tizen - so what about Samsung's Android phones? Will Google and Sammy unveil the first Ice Cream Sandwich device on October 11 in San Diego? And what might a China Unicom VP know about iPhone 5's internals?
1 Oct 2011
913
Share Video

9:03
Remembering Steve Jobs. Plus, the Apple iPhone 4S announcement, Samsung Galaxy Nexus full specs are revealed, and Infinity Blade 2 for iOS.
7 Oct 2011
700
Share Video

8:40
Noah K tackles the biggest tech rumors of this week! Will Verizon get the Samsung Nexus Prime, Google's first Ice Cream Sandwich phone? Is your iPhone 5 being assembled in China right now? And what's the Droid HD, anyway?
20 Aug 2011
540
Share Video

9:24
Noah tackles the biggest tech rumors of this week! Samsung's getting set to unpack the Nexus Prime smartphone, but someone may have already leaked its specs. Nokia's getting ready to unveil their first Windows Phone device, but someone may have already leaked that phone's specs, too. And Vodafone's getting ready to buy RIM! Or are they?
8 Oct 2011
574
Share Video

7:58
Jon Rettinger tackles some heavy questions regarding the recent acquisition of Motorola from the big G, Google. Jon also discussed HP's recent decision to kill off their WebOS platform. All this and more in today's episode of Ask the B!
23 Aug 2011
474
Share Video

7:26
Jon Rettinger is back in town and filling in for Noah K. Jon tackles the latest and greatest rumors for the Apple, Google, and Microsoft surrounding their mobile operating systems - iOS, Android OS, and Windows Phone 7.. or is it Windows 8? Find out in this episode of Rumor Round Up.
10 Sep 2011
706
Share Video

1:41
All the info on Samsung's latest super smartphone: release date, price, specs and more.
7 Dec 2011
164
Share Video

1:41
All the info on Samsung's latest super smartphone: release date, price, specs and more.
15 Dec 2011
204
Share Video

1:54
BY BRICE SANDER You're watching multisource video news analysis from Newsy. No more bulky back pocket. No more fumbling to find the right rewards card. The anchors at San Francisco’s KNTV explain the technology behind Google Wallet. GOOGLE ‘SEINFELD’ AD ANCHOR: “A Google ad there, there you go. So instead of a fat wallet, all of your credit card information is stored on your phone, uh, and you tap the card reader. So far the only phone with it is this one- it is the Nexus S from Sprint, but we do expect more and more phones- including possibly the iPhone 5- to have this technology called Near Field Communication.” Google launched the technology Monday in a limited test run. Very limited, according to CNet. “For one, users need the Android-based Nexus S smartphone … In addition, the service is only available with MasterCard's PayPass system. According to the Google Wallet site, the service will work with Citi MasterCard credit cards and the Google PrePaid Card.” The UK’s Calculator looks out for consumers, asking, is this safe? “What this means in terms of security is yet to be seen as the technology is still in the final phases of testing in the United States. Will hackers be able to send bills to your smart phones if they can crack your pin that is necessary to accept the transaction?” TechCrunch suggests Google launched now to iron out all kinks- including security issues- before expanding. “It also makes sense for Google to get Wallet out there now before their next flagship Android phone, the Nexus Prime, launches next month. It too will have NFC capabilities built in and will bring the Wallet functionality to the much larger Verizon customer base.” And PCWorld argues another reason for the soft launch. “For the vast majority of consumers, Google Wallet won't be changing their lives anytime soon… the big short-run hurdle is that the costs may outweigh the benefits for retailers, unless Google actually pays merchants to come on board, which has happened with other payment systems in the past.” For now, Google Wallet’s only available in San Francisco and New York. No word yet on when the rest of us get to test it out. Transcript by Newsy
20 Sep 2011
340
Share Video