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TabShop Submission @ SAMSUNG App Challenge 2013

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In line with the publication of the 51th production version of TabShop Retail Point of Sale App last week, TabShop was also submitted to the SAMSUNG 2013 App Challenge. Between September 5 and 30 November 2013 SAMSUNG opened an App challenge specifically for Galaxy Note HD Apps.

TabShop version 51 comes with some major improvements and a new possibility to add stock updates directly within the inventory screen. The sorting of items was improved and some extra reports were added within the daily Point of Sale business report.

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Samsung Galaxy Camera that comes with Android OS

A clever move by Samsung, after they lost over a billion$ to Apple in court, is to spread Google’s Open Source Android operating system to as many different devices as possible. One of these devices was published this week in form of a new Samsung Galaxy Camera. Samsung is the next big vendor after Nikon and Polaroid that publishes an Android based Camera device. Samsung Galaxy Camera offers a 16 magapixel cmos chip and 21x optical zoom. Samsung Galaxy Camera already ships with the recent Android version Jelly Bean 4.1.

Due to the fact that Android offers access to a large amount of software and apps, the Samsung Galaxy Camera offers a collection of software features, such as to allow users to organize their photos in folders directly on the camera.

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Ultraslim Samsung Notebook Series 9


As i was shopping in a nearby electronics and computer store, i saw one of the new Samsung Series 9 notebooks, which has a absolutely cool design. I will definitely consider this new notebook as a replacement for my actual model. The Series 9 comes with 13.3-inch LED display with HD resolution, 128 GB Solid State Drive (SSD), 4 GB of system memory, and an integrated Intel HD Graphics 3000 processor. The series 9 offers a 1.6 GHz low-voltage Intel Core i5-2467M “Sandy Bridge” dual-core processor with 2.4Ghz turbo boost mode. The whole thing does not contain any moving parts and therefore runs around 7 hours with one battery load. One of the drawbacks of such slim designs is that you will need a lot of additional cable adapters for standard video cables as well as for Ethernet connectivity.