Pre-IFA event could see unveiling of Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy Alpha
Samsung is planning to launch new devices in early September, according to an invitation sent to members of the media. An Unpacked event is set to take place on September 3rd in Berlin, two days before the IFA tradeshow is set to take place, and based on items launched at previous Unpacked events at this time of year, it may be the launch venue for the Galaxy Note 4.
All-in-one with 21:9 aspect ratio to be shown alongside three similar monitors
LG will be showing off a new all-in-one computer with an UltraWide screen at IFA 2013 in September, alongside three cinematic monitors it launched earlier this month. The V960 offers the same 29-inch IPS display with an aspect ratio of 21:9 as the 29EA73, 29EB73, and 29MA73 monitors, but this time includes a built-in Windows 8 PC.
Quad-core tablets form bulk of launches, smart watch teased
Archos has revealed what mobile devices it will be showing at IFA in Germany next week. A number of smartphones and tablets running on Android will be on display, including changes to its mobile phone line-up, and the company also teases a range of "Connected Objects," along with its own take on the smart watch concept.
LG vac bot streams video in real time over wifi
LG has announced its latest robot vacuum cleaner, the VR6180VMNC Roboking Triple Eye. The Roboking Triple Eye is an upgraded version of the LG Hom-Bot, which debuted at the CES show in January. In addition to the sensors used to guide the vacuum automatically as it cleans, the Roboking Triple Eye also has three video cameras capable of streaming in real-time by Wi-Fi to a home network. The vacuum can be controlled remotely by PC or smartphone. It also responds to voice commands.
New Galaxy S II variant to be shown at next IFA
At the upcoming Unpacked event at IFA in Berlin, Samsung may reveal an updated version of its Galaxy S II smartphone, SlashGear learned from a teaser YouTube video that's been since made private. The so-called "light" teaser talks about "something big," which could indicate a larger screen size, perhaps up to 4.5 inches.