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The Samsung Galaxy Premier has been one busy smartphone. Last month it visited the NCC in Taiwan, which is that country’s version of the FCC. Now, the mid-range device has visited the FCC and it arrived lacking 4G LTE connectivity.



It does have the right bands that would allow it to work on AT&T’s HSPA 3G network. However, the device is expected to launch in Europe and Asia and if it does come to the U.S., it would be as an unlocked import. So don’t expect to see this model subsidized by a U.S. carrier.

Still, the Samsung Galaxy Premier should attract it’s fair share of buyers overseas who don’t need or want 4G LTE connectivity.

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Category: Future Mobile | Views: 148 | Added by: amitguruji | Date: 2012-11-04 | Comments (0)

Amidst the wrath of Hurricane Sandy earlier this week, a seafaring robot bravely scoured the waters 100 miles east of New Jersey to monitor and transmit hurricane data.

The robot, called Mercury, is actually built by Liquid Robotics, an ocean data service provider and developer of the Wave Glider. Liquid Robotics says that Mercury battled through Hurricane Sandy and successfully piloted through winds up to 70 knots while transmitting weather data in real time.

Mercury’s sensors was able to gather a "dramatic” data from the surface of the ocean as Sandy neared landfall, with the barometric pressure of over 54.3 mbars to a low of 946 mbars.

"Mercury now joins the fleet of other Wave Gliders that have come through Category I hurricanes to successfully fulfill their missions,” said Dr. Edward Lu, chief of innovative applications for Liquid Robotics. "This is a testament to our robust and reliable technology ... Read more »

Category: Techno News | Views: 174 | Added by: amitguruji | Date: 2012-11-04 | Comments (0)