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Check out Samsung’s latest ad of the Galaxy PRO series tablet taking a hit at the Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle and Windows Surface tablet.

Samsung Electronics had unveiled four new tablets, the Samsung Galaxy TabPRO in 12.2, 10.1, 8.4 inch models and NotePRO 12.2 inch model at CES 2014 in Las Vegas. To read more about it, visit here

You will see different scenarios, how Samsung’s PRO series tablet wins over the others when comes to multitasking, portability, display and design.

In first scene, both the guys are having a conference on skype and guy with Samsung tablet is able to send files while attending a video call.

Scene 1 - Apple iPad v/s Samsung PRO tablet Scene 1 – Apple iPad v/s Samsung PRO tablet

In second scene, the Surface tablet is said to resemble a laptop with attached keyboard, battery dock and a mouse, isn’t that funny, so the Samsung PRO tablet wins again.

In third scene…

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Motorola?s first foray into the smartwatch space could employ wireless charging and a Sapphire glass face, says G for Games. Whereas everyone else seems to go the route of Gorilla Glass, this one would would separate itself from the pack. As far as the wireless charging is concerned, we?re still betting on something akin to the Qualcomm Toq.

Amazon Smartphone

The long-rumored Amazon may finally be close at hand, according to new reports from this week. Reportedly, the device will feature a quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor, 4.7-inch display, and a battery approaching 2400mAh. In addition to a 13-megapixel rear camera and front-facing shooter, the smartphone is alleged to house a camera in each of the four front-facing corners. Their purpose? To track eyes and gestures for a hands-free experience. We are told to expect the device within 3-6 months.

Samsung Galaxy Beam

A new, unannounced Samsung Galaxy Beam has been 

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The modern computing era didn’t really start to take off until we figured out how to make operating systems that could remove a lot of the manual labor required to program early computers. According to Ari Gesher of Palantir Technologies, it’s time for a similar breakthrough in data to become more widely used.

Speaking at Structure Data Thursday, Gesher took attendees on a bit of a computer history lesson, recalling how computers once required their users to manually reconfigure the machine each time they wanted to run a new program. This took a fair amount of time and effort: “if you wanted to use a computer to solve a problem, most of the effort went into organizing the pieces of hardware instead of doing what you wanted to do.”

Operating systems brought “abstraction,” or a way to separate the busy work from the higher-level duties assigned to the computer. This…

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