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Video Coverage: Samsung Galaxy Note 4 in Berlin

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: September 3, 2014

BERLIN, Germany – In less than four hours Samsung is scheduled to unveil its next phablet the Galaxy Note 4 at simultaneous events in New York, Beijing and here at the Berlin Tempodrom. From the looks of it, the Note 4 is going to be one of the biggest smartphone announcements of the year. Here’s why: 1. Better Design Design has never been Samsung’s strong suit but product iteration is, and based on Samsung’s track record 3 time’s the charm. As expected last year’s Note, the 3rd iteration since the original, was a big hit serving up a good balance…

Huawei E586 on O2 Germany Speed Tests

Relevance: 90%      Posted on: March 24, 2012

Huawei Philippines lent me a E586 pocket WiFi so I could bring it on my trip to Europe. My first stop was Amsterdam but I wasn't able to get a prepaid SIM card there. Next was Germany and I got me a data SIM card from O2 in Cologne for 5 euros (~Php290). We already reviewed the Huawei E586 from last year and the one lent to me by Huawei is unlocked so I'm able to use it practically anywhere (suggested retail price is Php6,500). O2 Germany was offering HSPA+ speeds of up to 7.2Mbps on prepaid. From the speed…

Robot kills man at a Volkswagen plant in Germany

Relevance: 88%      Posted on: July 2, 2015

An assembly robot has killed a worker at a Volkswagen production plant in Germany. According to Associated Press, the 22-year-old man was working in on of Volkswagen's production plants located in Baunatal, in Hesse, Germany when a stationary robot used for assembly grabbed and crushed him against a metal plate. Volkswagen spokesman Heiko Hillwig said that initial conclusions indicate that human error was to blame, rather than a problem with the robot. The robot can be programmed to perform specific tasks like grabbing auto parts and manipulating them. The investigation is still ongoing. A robot has killed a worker in…

Germany’s .de is Most Popular ccTLD

Relevance: 81%      Posted on: April 20, 2008

It's no contest that .com domains are the most popular ones today -- over 71 million of them registered as of February 2008. We might also think that the .net domains will come in second. Well, according to EuropeRegistry, it looks like Germany's country code Top Level Domain (ccTLD) has surpassed the dotNet TLD to get the second place globally. The following list represents current statistics for several of the worlds most popular domains: .com - 71,619,962 Global Generic .de - 11,673,388 Germany .net - 10,623,637 Global Generic .cn - 9,001,993 China .uk - 6,486,829 United Kingdom .org - 6,373,837…

Flying to Germany

Relevance: 73%      Posted on: December 6, 2008

Will be flying to Germany today on a two-week workshop and some traveling. This is the same one I moderated last year. It's looking to be a yearly thing for me. As such, expect the next couple of weeks to be a bit spotty in terms of blog posts. Blog posts will also be peppered with a little bit of non-tech too as we travel around Deutschland. I also left my public mobile number at home to avoid too much charges on international roaming (someone will be answering that phone so you can also leave a message). I can still…

My first Apple Store — Hamburg, Germany

Relevance: 71%      Posted on: March 25, 2012

We arrived in Hamburg yesterday and spent the rest of the afternoon roaming around the city. This city is so busy will all those high-end shops but I found myself hanging out at the Apple Store. You won't mistake the real Apple Stores from just the usual resellers --they're huge and will feature that familiar logo. The one I bumped into is found at Jungfernstieg, Hamburg is actually one of two Apple Stores in the city (the other one is at Alstertal-Einkaufszentrum, Poppenbüttel) which says a lot about the city and the people here. This two-storey store is really huge…

Nepal gets Battery-Powered Cars

Relevance: 67%      Posted on: May 27, 2008

Shree Eco Visionary (SEV) of Nepal has developed battery-powered vehicles from ordinary car batteries. All the more we should be convinced that high-tech innovations can be developed via low-tech means. Their 3-wheeler electric vehicles have been plying the streets of Kathmandu on AC power since 2004. The vehicles run on 2 packs of 6 batteries -- one on the front and another at the back side. The charger can be hooked up on regular house sockets (15 amps) for around 7 to 8 hours. Speed can reach up to 70 kmph. Power consumption costs about $2.50 per 60 km. Equivalent…

Nikon Coolpix L610: AA powered Point-and-Shoot

Relevance: 62%      Posted on: August 12, 2012

Since the birth of battery packs, AA-powered gadgets (especially cameras) have been a thing of a past. Although it's still debatable if it's easier to find a wall outlet to charge your gadget or to find a store to purchase a new set of fresh batteries, battery packs trumps over the AA batteries. But for those of you who still prefers AA-powered camera, then Nikon might have something to tickle your fancy. The Nikon Coolpix L610 is an entry-level Point-and-Shoot which has a pretty decent features for its price. It features 16MP BSI CMOS sensor and ISO range of 125-3200…

Sinag: Philippines’ 1st Solar Powered Car

Relevance: 61%      Posted on: January 21, 2008

Heard of the first solar powered car assembled by Filipinos? Saw this one at the MOA SM Science Discovery Center. They named it Sinag (Tagalog for light). The solar-powered car is a project designed by a group of faculty and students from the Mechanical Engineering Department and the Electronic and Communications Engineering Department of De La Salle University-Manila. It was entered into the World Solar Challenge last year, the first for the Philippines. The World Solar Challenge is a solar powered car race over 3021 km through central Australia from Darwin to Adelaide. The car is now displayed at the…

Android-powered Lumia smartphone in the works?

Relevance: 61%      Posted on: July 7, 2014

A Nokia Lumia smartphone that runs on Android is probably what everyone is longing for. It's the perfect combination of great hardware and very flexible and powerful OS. And according to @evleaks, this could finally be happening. According to @evleaks' tweet, Nokia by Microsoft will finally bring a Lumia smartphone that is powered by Android: "Big news: Android-powered Lumia incoming, from Nokia by Microsoft." Unfortunately, @evleaks didn't provide much info on the upcoming device so we can only hope that he is spot-on as an Android-wielding Lumia is a dream phone to a lot of people especially Nokia fans. Big…