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Oct 30, 2012

International Digital Tech – Tuesday Round-up

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Tech News Round-up: We’ve aggregated some interesting news in the digital technology world around the world. We’ll try to publish one round-up post on international digital technology each week. Here are some eye-catching news we found and would like to share with our readers.

Samsung Reported 1400 Samsung Galaxy Note IIs theft from Malaysian Airport
Samsung confirmed the news of about 1400 Galaxy Note IIs getting stolen from Kuala Lumpur airport. The theft happened exactly after the Gadget’s launch event and Samsung claimed that the monetary value of the shipment is around $ 1 Million. Previously Apple did face the same fate when 191 pieces of iPhone 5 were stolen from a Japanese store; costing around $200,000.

Find the full news at The Next Web

AllThingsD postponed the Dive into Mobile conference due to Heavy Storm

AllThingsD had prepared everything for its upcoming D: Dive into Mobile conference which has to happen on 29 and 30 October at Battery Park area in lower Manhattan, NY. But due to the heavy Hurricane Sandy, they’ve postponed the conference and posted an apology letter on the website requesting apologies from Sponsors, Guests and Attendees. Dive into Mobile was to focus on revolution in technology, media, communication and entertainment industries due to mobile. Guests from Google, Twitter, Facebook and US State Department were meant to address the attendees.

Check the Apology letter and know more about D: Dive into Mobile here at AllThingsD

Amazon claims to have better features and sales of Kindle Fire HD compared to iPad Mini

If you’re an economy gadget buyer then Amazon’s new Kindle Fire HD is $ 130 less than the recently unveiled iPad Mini. The new Kindle does have better visual and resolution as compared to iPad Mini. Amazon does claims to have better sales in the upcoming month even after the launch of iPad Mini. Amazon spokesperson Drew Herdener reported that the Kindle sales are increase by 300 percent and expected to rise in the upcoming season.

Check full news at #AllthingsD

Google announced the new Nexus 10, Nexus 7, Nexus 4 Phone and Android 4.2

Google’s best device Nexus now comes in three sizes: 4.2” Nexus 4 smartphone, the new thin and light Nexus 7 and the powerful Nexus 10. All these devices run on Android 4.2 which includes Google Now and much improved features. Google claims to have offering the top resolution in Nexus 10 which is not available in any other tablet till now. Google play now includes more entertainment with various movies & games; also open to many other countries.

Check out more about these devices on Google blog

We’ll come up with another tech round-up next week. So stay tuned and keep reading BNTW.


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