The Galaxy Note 2 has been announced and these are the specs: 5.7 Inch 1080 HD Screen 13mp Camera 3gb RAM 2.3 Ghz quad core processor 3200 mAh battery Multiple (up to 10) color choices 8.3 mm thin There are a ton of new software features as well, we will get to that later.
Author Archive: Erron Reed
Co-owner and Editor-in-Chief of GizmoNinja.com.
During the day I work in graphic design and also do photography. By night I try to play with programming and code of all different types. I love the opportunity to write for the site and hope to see it grow as time goes on.
So much for Key Lime Pie. For over a year, Android 5.0 has been rumored to be KLP. It appears Google has teamed up with Hersheys to unveil Android 4.4 will get the ‘K’ and fully named Kit Kat. If you think this is a joke, the news was posted on Sundar Pichai’s Google+ […]
The time is here. All of the people who love Apple products will get to see their new phone in just a week. Rumor has it that Apple will reveal two phones, a high end iPhone 5s and a mid range iPhone 5c in colors. The 5s will pretty much be a hardware upgrade to […]
LG had a pretty interesting press conference that just ended introducing their new flagship phone, the G2. The G2′s most notable feature is the company moved the power and volume buttons to the back of the device. LG believes most people keep their index finger on the back. I don’t, Todd doesn’t. Who knows if […]
The kinect by Microsoft is an amazing device. When it debuted it was pretty obvious that some of the possibilities with the kinect were amazing. Microsoft has shared a video of the most impressive ability yet for Kinect: Sign Language. Partnering with the Institute of Computing Technology at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, MS labs has made […]
Good news for all Netflix users, your queue is now safe! Shown for the first time back in January at CES, Netflix has gone live with the new profiles. Each account can have up to 5 profiles with individual queue and recommendations. Netflix believes this will help with parental controls for different ages as well […]
Adults, souped up power wheels and a race track. That’s pretty much all you need to know. Teams from various states across the Midwest compete for individual city and overall standings in the series. There are drag races, time trials, lap heats and endurance races as well. Here are some of the best photos of […]
QR codes as you know them are pretty much for relaying a small bit of data to whatever device you scan them with. Denso is the company that started QR codes. I had a brief conversation with Kevin Bradshaw, the ADC Business Development & Sales manager for the US. He was happy to take some […]
We are on site and enjoying all there is to offer at Maker Faire Detroit. So far we have checked out some power wheels racing, robot wars, rockets launching and I even got my own personalized QR code with my face embedded. Right now, a small bit of rain is passing through so I figured […]