Abhishek Kumar Dutta

Abhishek is pursuing his Under Graduation in BSc. Computer Science and wants to become a Technology Writer. He works as a Gadget Reviewer on The Geeks Club. He has also got his own blog where he writes about Tech with his friends. In free time, he works on Photoshop and plays FIFA online. He became Digit IDOL(Digit - No.1 Tech Magazine of India) in June 2010. You can contact him via mail (Email: admin@dt2.in)

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It is said that Windows 8 is designed to make the OS tablet friendly. We saw the working of Windows 8 on a tablet at CES 2012. Now if you are one of the guys waiting for a Windows 8 tablet to arrive, then you need not wait for long as a leak has popped up on the Web. The computing giant Dell is busy working on its Windows 8 tablet which will arrive soon. This one is known as Dell Latitude 10.

Dell Windows 8 Tablet Latitude 10

Dell Latitude 10 is a 10.8” inch tablet with a screen of 10.1” inch. The resolution of the screen is 1366×768. It is powered by a Dual Core Atom processor and 2 GB of RAM. There’s also Intel’s Integrated Graphics on-board. According to the spec sheet you will be able to store up to 128 GB of data on the SSD. The tablet is very light in weight as it weighs just 740 grams. The Dell Latitude 10 is similar to Dell Latitude ST in terms of looks.

Dell Latitude 10 - Specifications

The Dell Latitude comes with in-built speakers; 3.5 mm jack for each, the headphone and the microphone. The primary camera of the tablet is of 8 Megapixels. The secondary camera which is of 2 Megapixels makes the tablet friendly for video-chatting.

Coming to the key feature of the tablet; the Dell Latitude 10 will come with a removable battery that comes in two flavors i.e. 2 cell and 4 cell. The 2 cell battery lasts long, up to 7 hours whereas the 4 cell battery has a life of 11+ hours.

According to the rumors, the specs which are showed along with the leaked image of Dell Latitude 10 can also be specs of other Dell tablets. Dell will offer same specs in different tablets with small amount of tweaks.

The tablet will go live in the market by the month of November. Nothing has been said about the price yet.

So what do you think about Dell Latitude?  Express your Views via comments.


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The XPS 13 marks the first Dell ultrabook in the market, and it’s one that deserves our attention. The Dell XPS 13 is probably the smallest 13-inch ultrabook out there. And despite its slim-trim dimensions, Dell packs the XPS 13 with a lot of hardware firepower and features an excellent look, feel and design to propel it amongst the best ultrabooks available in the market.

Design and Build of Dell XPS 13:

Dell XPS 13 is very similar to Apple MacBook Air 11 in terms of  look and design. The Dell XPS 13 has a plush silver-grey metal screen lid that complements its dark colored base. The Dell ultrabook features rounded edges and minimalistic design to heighten its overall elegance and appeal. It’s a premium laptop through and through. It may not be as thin or light as the 11-inch MacBook Air or the Toshiba Portege Z830 (which weighs 1.11 kg), still the Dell XPS 13 is quite thin and its 1.35 kg frame is very easy to carry around.

Another interesting highlight of the Dell XPS 13 is its petite frame. The ultrabook’s dimensions, in terms of its width and depth, are smaller than a conventional 13.3-inch frame laptop — e.g. the MacBook Air or any other 13-inch ultrabook we’ve reviewed. This gives the Dell XPS 13 the impression of being a 13-inch laptop in a smaller 12-inch frame. It’s a noteworthy achievement and Dell’s right to make a big deal out of it. The Dell XPS 13 ultrabook has a Corning Gorilla Glass display; not only this, but the XPS 13’s bottom panel is made of carbon fiber — even the finishing and texture on the bottom panel feels rich and premium. This combination of metal and carbon fiber lends the Dell XPS 13’s frame a degree of robustness that defies its super-slim profile. From its hinge design to the overall finish of the ultrabook, the Dell XPS 13 blends attractive looks extremely well with dependable build quality which is simply a cut above the rest.

Screen, keyboard, touchpad:

The Dell XPS 13 ultrabook’s 13-inch screen is glossy and bright in nature, with a 1366×768 pixel resolution. It has edge-to-edge Gorilla Glass layer, but average viewing angles. Having said that, the Dell ultrabook’s performance is good whether it’s watching movies & video clips for personal entertainment or reading text; the performance is nice. There’s a 1.3 MP Webcam grooved into the screen’s top bezel which is great for video chats, and Dell also throws in a webcam utility that promises to add a bit of fun to your video chat sessions.

The Dell XPS 13’s keyboard is almost exactly similar to the Dell Adamo XPS 13, which had a very good keyboard. Likewise, the Dell XPS 13 features wide chiclet-styled backlit keys that are very well laid out and just a treat to type on. All the alphanumeric keys and frequently used keys like Space, Enter, Shift, Alt, etc, are accurately placed. Overall, we’re very impressed with the Dell XPS 13’s keyboard; it’s as great as any Lenovo ThinkPad laptop launched last year.

Dell XPS 13 ultrabook’s trackpad leaves a lot to be desired. The XPS 13 has a roomy palmrest but its trackpad, like every other ultrabook out there, is a work in progress — it’s good to use but we aren’t great fans of the combined mouse buttons. They’re difficult to press and deserve to be re-looked. This is a common complaint with most ultrabooks launched and available in India right now.


The Dell XPS 13 comes with a powerful hardware feature set that can rival any ultrabook currently available in the market. Like the HP Folio 13, the Dell ultrabook has an Intel Core i5-2467M 1.6 GHz processor, 4 GB of DDR3 RAM, 128 GB SSD, and onboard Intel HD 3000 graphics. This is slightly less extravagant than the Asus Zenbook UX31E ultrabook which has a faster Intel Core i7-2677M, 4 GB of DDR3 RAM, 256 GB SSD, and onboard Intel HD 3000 graphics. Be that as it may, the Dell XPS 13 is still more powerful than any other mainstream 14 or 15-inch laptop out there.

The Dell XPS 13 has a healthy mix of connectivity ports sprinkled on both sides of its base frame. You’ll find two USB ports (one of which is a USB 3.0 port), a 3.5mm combined headphone and mic jack, a mini Display Port. It comes with a bundled USB-to-Ethernet cable, but lacks an onboard SD card slot. Its battery compartment is sealed, and there’s no way to upgrade it — a common feature on every other ultrabook. Wireless communication includes Wi-Fi 802.11n and Bluetooth 3.0. On its right edge, the XPS 13 has a MacBook Pro-style battery indicator which tells you how much charge is left — very handy.

The Dell XPS 13 comes with a 64-bit Windows 7 Home Premium operating system, and an online backup feature called Dell DataSafe. Not only that, the Dell ultrabook supports face recognition to login to your system and substitute it for passwords. The feature works well. And, perhaps the most important feature of the Dell XPS 13, from an Indian viewpoint is the 3-year complete cover (hardware + software) that it offers — something we haven’t seen from any other ultrabook vendor. This is extremely useful as it helps safeguard your investment longer compared to any other brand.

Software and user experience:

Dell does an okay job of keeping the bloatware to a minimum, but there are a quite a few programs that load when the machine boots.  Some of these are welcomed utilities and apps, while others we could have done without.  On a side note, the XPS 13, like other ultrabooks we’ve tested recently, boots from the push of its power button to the Windows desktop in about 14 second flat.  We can’t get enough of that almost instant-on goodness.

It’s unimaginatively named but Dell’s “Webcam Central” does a decent job of delivering basic functionality for the web cam, at least in terms of any recording or picture taking you might want to accomplish on your own.  For video conferencing Skype is just a download away.

Dell DataSafe provides backup and recovery services that you can target to or from a DVD or external Flash drive over USB. Another strength for Dell with the XPS 13 is its sound system.  This is an ultrabook, so obviously we’re not talking room-filling sound here with only a pair of 1.5W drivers at our disposal, but for what they are, the XPS 13’s HD audio solution with Waves MAXXAudio technology is one of the better sounding setups we’ve heard in an ultralight machine.  As you can see, the included MAXXAudio software also offers quite a bit of customization and we liked ability to trim Bass, Treble and Midrange frequencies.

Dell’s power management software for the XPS 13 isn’t a slick utility where you can dial things in with a lot of granularity but it does offer some very aggressive power management features.  Out of the box, the machine is setup to sip power, dropping display power consumption dramatically.  We ended up dialing things up from Dell’s presets, but with their settings that 8+ hours battery life claim could very well be reality for lighter-duty functions, like web browsing, word processing, etc.


The Dell XPS 13 is the fastest ultrabook we’ve reviewed so far, it steamrolled past every other ultrabook we’ve reviewed in our synthetic benchmarks. In our various industry oriented tests, the Dell ultrabook posted the highest numbers, better than the HP Folio 13, Lenovo IdeaPad U300s and Asus Zenbook UX31E. It also had the fastest cold boot times among all other ultrabooks we’ve reviewed — a consistent 11 to 12 seconds. This is impressive and enough to assure that the Dell XPS 13 ultrabook has a power-packed CPU, RAM, SSD combo that’s unrivalled. Multitasking isn’t a problem for this ultrabook.


Watching HD 1080p and 720p movies is a good experience on the Dell XPS 13’s screen — it’s not the best, though — and its onboard speakers are surprisingly good for personal entertainment, by thin laptop standards — definitely one of the best onboard audio for an ultrabook. Gaming isn’t recommended, but the onboard Intel HD 3000 graphics can get away with 2 to 3 year old games played on low-settings.

The Dell XPS 13 ultrabook’s battery lasted for 2 hours 20 minutes in our battery test conducted on high performance preset — this is the third best score after HP Folio 13 and Lenovo IdeaPad U300s. Expect the XPS 13’s battery to last just over 5 hours on a single charge while browsing the Web over Wi-Fi on a conservative power plan. Not too bad, not too great either, the XPS 13 ultrabook’s battery life is just about right.

Verdict on Dell XPS 13:

The Dell XPS 13 is certainly the most attractive Dell laptop to buy right now. It retails for a price of $999 and is certainly expensive than a bunch of other ultrabooks out there. It also has features like Gorilla Glass display and facial recognition software, not to mention online data backup feature. Sure it may not have the best feature set for the price, but when you take into account its excellent aesthetics, premium look, feel and design, impressive performance and an unmatched 3-year warranty cover, the Dell XPS 13 is probably a much better deal than any other ultrabook out there.

In the Indian markets the Dell XPS 13 is priced at  79,900.

Ratings for Dell XPS 13

  • Design and Build – 9.0
  • Features – 8.5
  • Performance – 9.0
  • Price Tag – 8.5 (for US) 8.0 (for India)

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Just a few days back, Microsoft Office apps arrived on the Symbian Devices. The Microsoft Office apps were made available on the Nokia Store for Symbian which were upgraded to the latest version of Symbian OS i.e. Symbian Belle.

Microsoft Office App Coming on Tablets

Now we have some great news for the Apple iPad and Android tablets users coming from the rumor corner of Microsoft. Some rumors have popped up. These rumors suggest that Microsoft might be planning to release their Office Suite i.e. Microsoft Office, for the Apple iPad and Android Tablets soon. According to the news we got, the development of the Office suite for the Apple iPads and Android Tablets is already in progress and it’s expected that the full version of the Microsoft Office for the platforms in the month of November this year. So add a couple of months more, until you check in Microsoft Office on your tablet. This is a good move from Microsoft!

Tablets have taken a lot of share in the market. In the past one year, tablets have gained a lot of attraction from the audience. This has resulted in a variety of Tablets from different manufacturers. So how can software providers stay behind in the line? We have already seen adobe providing Photoshop apps for Apple iPad in the past. Tablet Users look around for a good office suite in the app stores but they don’t find any. Microsoft Office for the tablets is really a good move from the Microsoft.

According to the sources, the Microsoft Office can also come for Apple iPhones and iPods. The Splash screen of the Microsoft Office app which was running on the Apple iPad stated Microsoft Office for iOS, not just Microsoft Office for iPad.

We are waiting for the Microsoft Office to arrive on tablets? What about you?

Source: BGR.

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Samsung Galaxy S III was showed off on 3rd of this month, in UK. The UNPACKED event gained a lot of attention of people across the globe. It was announced that Samsung Galaxy S III will hit the global markets by 30th of this month. It was also said that the Galaxy S III will first arrive in the UK markets, on 29th May, a day before it hits the global markets. People are waiting for the phone to arrive in the stores. Nobody wants to miss their chance to upgrade their previous phone to this one.

Samsung Galaxy S III hits Amazon US

A few days back news came around from the Korean Media that 9 Million pre-orders of the device have already been made. Those who haven’t pre-ordered this device yet, this might be good news for you. Samsung Galaxy S III has reached the pages of Amazon US and is up for pre-order. The device which is up for pre-order is unlocked, SIM Free and on no contract. Amazon promises that it will start shipping the pre-ordered Galaxy S III’s from 1st of June.


Tech Specs of Samsung Galaxy S III

  • 4.8” HD Super AMOLED Touch screen
  • 8 Mega Pixels Primary Camera with LED Flash with 1080p video recording @30 fps
  • 1.9MP front facing camera for video-calls, 720p video recording @30 fps
  • 8.6mm thick
  • Weight: 133 grams
  • Quad-core 32nm ARM Cortex A9 1.4 GHz processor, Exynos 4212 Quad chipset
  • Mali-400MP GPU
  • 1GB RAM
  • Android 4.0.4 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
  • Battery: 2100 mAh


If you can’t wait for the American carriers, then this one is definitely made for you. We can’t say how much time the Samsung Galaxy S III will take to arrive on an American Carrier store. If you can wait, then you will have to spend a lower amount to grab this device. But if you are not much patient, then you are going to pre-order this as soon as possible.

The Device which is listed on Amazon US Website is a 16 GB variant of Samsung Galaxy S III. Both the color options are available on Amazon US (i.e. Pebble Blue and Marble White). It is priced at $799.99 which is on the higher side. We would suggest you to wait for this one to arrive in the local stores. That might put some less pressure on your pockets.

Buy Samsung Galaxy S III Now


Source: Amazon US

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A year ago, Amazon has launched a new service known as Test Drive. This Service has allowed the user to try applications using PC Web Browser. Customer reviews, product descriptions, screenshots and videos has been made available to help the user to know more about the app before he spends his money on it. Test Drive helps the user to understand the value of premium apps.

Today, Amazon came with a Test Drive App for your Android phone. This will allow the users to test the app straight away from their Android Devices. Test Drive will allow you to test the app without downloading or installing it. No need to move in front of your desktop. Currently, it is under development as this is the beta version of the app. It will allow you play with 16,000+ apps present on the Amazon Store.

Test Drive an App

Click the “Test Drive” button on an app page. Within a few seconds, you will be able to user your Phone’s touch and accelerometer to control the app. You will experience the app running on your Android Device.  Test Drive provides user with the experience of first run of the app, as it is just installed.  App can be downloaded at any point, while you are on the Test Drive.

Working of Test Drive

Amazon brings the Test Drive experience to Amazon.com and Android phones using the massive server fleet that comprises the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), a web service that provides on-demand compute capacity in the cloud for developers.  When customers click the Test Drive button, a copy of an app is launched on EC2. As customers interact with the app, Amazon sends those inputs over the phone’s Wi-Fi Internet connection to the app running on Amazon EC2.  The servers of Amazon then send the video and audio output from the app back to the customer’s computer or phone. All this happens in real time, allowing customers to explore the features of the app as if it were running locally on their mobile device.

Whenever an app is submitted at the Amazon Store, the Amazon Guys automatically test these apps for Test Drive and strive to make all apps available for Test Drive.

This feature will definitely bring more people towards the Amazon App Store. So what are you waiting for? Test Drive your App Now.

Source: Amazon Developers.

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Till now only PlayStation Vita, Android and Nokia Lumia users were able to enjoy the Music Unlimited service on their respective devices. Apple users used to put their head down in front of their Android, PS Vita or Nokia Lumia friends. But not anymore; there’s good news for Music lovers who own an Apple device and don’t want to change it just for the unlimited music streaming.

Sony launches Music Unlimited App

Sony has just released its Music Unlimited app for the Apple iPhone. This app will allow the users to stream unlimited Music their Apple iPhone. This service will also go live for many more users who don’t own a Sony device.

Sony’s Music Unlimited app is similar to Spotify or Rdio. The Music Unlimited app lets you to stream songs and albums. It allows you to create playlists of your favorite songs. It was said that the Music Unlimited app will arrive only on Apple iPhone but plans are changed now. As music is the base of the app, Sony has planned to rotate the app across the Multiple Platforms like Android, Walkman PMPs, PS Vita and other Sony home theater products. There’s no iPad app yet in the store, but according to the news we got, an iPad app will also arrive.

Plans of Music Unlimited App

The Service isn’t available for free. There are two subscription plans for Music Unlimited App. The Basic Plan – costs $3.99 per month and The Premium Plan – costs $9.99 per month.

Only the Premium Plan allows you to stream unlimited songs and albums throughout the month. The Premium plan also allows you to save tracks to your phone. You can listen the songs offline as well.

The Basic Plan comes with a certain limitation. You will have to select channels that you can customize by liking or disliking particular tracks. In a basic plan, the only way to listen to the particular track is to match them with your Sony’s catalog from your PC library. But the thing which we liked about the Basic plan – there are no limits on how many songs do an individual wants to skip. And the app is completely ad-free.

It looks like that the Music Unlimited App is available in New Zealand Only. But it won’t take much time to spread across the globe.

The Music Unlimited App is available to download for free at iTunes Store.


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After a long wait, Nokia Lumia 610 has finally showed up in the stores. The budget Windows Phone of Nokia is now up for sale on Clove UK. It was expected that the Nokia Lumia 610 will arrive by 25th of this month. But Clove brought it as a surprise and the low-budget Windows Phone is available in the stock.

As we all know, Nokia Lumia 610 is one of the budget Windows Phone out there in the market. The Lumia 610 will run the Windows Phone 7.5 “Tango” Operating System which is the cut short version of Windows Phone 7.5 Mango OS. The Windows Phone 7.5 Tango OS is designed for low memory phones. The Nokia Lumia 610 is having just 256 MB of RAM.

Tech Specs of Nokia Lumia 610

  • Windows Phone 7.5 Tango OS
  • 3.7″ LCD Display
  • 8GB Internal Storage
  • 5MP Camera with Autofocus
  • Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3G
  • Nokia Drive
  • Nokia Public Transport

Talking about other features of the phone, it is powered by a processor of 800 Mega Hertz. It has got a capacitive touch display of 3.7 inches. You can store up to 8 GB of data in this phone. There is no SD card slot to increase the capacity of the storage of the device. The primary camera of the phone is of 5 Mega Pixels which is good for street photography. There is no secondary camera in the phone.

The Nokia Lumia 610 comes with factory features like Nokia Drive – The cloud storage service from Nokia and Nokia Public Transport.

We first saw the signs of Nokia Lumia 610 on Amazon’s Italy Website. The phone was available for pre-order with a price tag of GBP 199.00. It promised that the pre-ordered device will start shipping from 25th of this month.

As for now, only the black colored Nokia Lumia 610 is available at Clove UK. It is priced at GBP 180 which is around $283. The different colored Lumia 610 will arrive on 25th of this month.

What you get inside the Box of Nokia Lumia 610

  • Nokia Lumia 610 handset
  • Nokia AC-50MicroUSB Charger
  • Nokia Battery BP-3L
  • Nokia Charging and Data Cable CA-190CD
  • Nokia Headset WH-208

Source: CLOVE UK

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Yesterday, XDA guys cracked the S Voice feature from the leaked firmware of Samsung Galaxy S III. The S Voice was tested and it was doing well on Samsung Galaxy Nexus. It will work on all the Android ICS Devices. But today’s point is something better from this.

Today Omega, a group of developers on the XDA Developer forum uploaded the Custom ROM of Samsung Galaxy S III. The Device hasn’t hit any of the stores yet. But the leaks have started to come by and spreading smiles on the face of Android Smartphone Users.

People who are waiting for Samsung Galaxy S III will have to wait for at least 8 more days before they get a chance to play with the device. But the Custom ROM of Device will let you to experience the software of Samsung Galaxy S III to the most.

The Omega Group who has revealed the Custom ROM of Samsung Galaxy S III at XDA Forums said that an Android Smartphone user will be able to use all the features of the Samsung Galaxy S III with this ROM (If your Android Smartphone is powerful enough to run Android ICS).

As the Samsung Galaxy S III is all set to arrive in the stores, the people are getting excited about the device. We have already heard about the placement 9 Million pre-orders for Galaxy S III which is way too high than that of Samsung Galaxy S II. In these kind of situation, software leaks of Samsung Galaxy S III is creating more excitement among the people. We won’t be surprised if we see some more software leaks of the device. Though, we won’t be judging the Samsung galaxy S III on the basis of this Custom ROM. We are still waiting for it to arrive in the stores.

Till then you can enjoy this leaked Custom ROM of Samsung Galaxy S III. [DOWNLOAD FROM HERE]

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LG has finally showed off its one of the most powerful member of Optimus family i.e. The LG Optimus LTE II. This is the first Smartphone of the planet which offers 2GB of RAM for LTE connectivity. This will speed up the connectivity and will keep the performance stable. The LG Optimus LTE II will go on sale in Korea from this week. LG electronics mad this announcement today.

Tech Specs of LG Optimus LTE II:

  • Chipset: 1.5GHz Dual-Core (Qualcomm MSM8960)
  • Display: 4.7-inch True HD IPS Display (1280 x 720)
  • Memory: 2GB DDR RAM, 16GB Internal Storage
  • Micro SD support (up to 32GB)
  • Camera: 8MP rear-facing, 1.3MP front-facing
  • OS: Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
  • Battery: 2,150 mAh SiO+, Wireless Charging Support Available
  • Others:  Wi-Fi (802.11 a/b/g/n), Bluetooth 4.0 LE, MHL, NFC, USB 2.0 HS, DLNA

Preview of LG Optimus LTE II:

The LG Optimus LTE II is powered by a 1.5GHz Dual Core Processor and 2 GB of DDR RAM. This will make multitasking even faster than other Androids currently available in the market. Heavy applications will work smoothly. The LG Optimus LTE II takes Smartphones to the next level where you can think of ditching your portable computer.

The LG Optimus LTE II has got a True HD IPS Display of 4.7” inches. The Display is bright (550 nits) with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels.

The LG Optimus LTE II offers a primary camera of 8 Megapixels which is good for casual photography. It will allow you to take decent images. A new feature comes with the camera. This feature will allow users to select the best shot among multiple images take just before the shutter button is depressed. There’s one more feature called Voice Shutter feature which will allow the user to take photos using only their voice, elimination the camera shake that often occurs when pressing the shutter.

LG has finally moved to a new User Interface with the LG Optimus LTE II. The new User Interface will offer wide amount of features such as face recognition unlock, widget size and easy-to-organize folder management. A feature called Quick MemoTM also comes with the phone. This feature was seen in LG Optimus Vu. It will allow the users to take quick notes from any screen without opening any third party application.

The LG Optimus LTE II is shipping with the latest flavor of Android i.e. Android v4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. This will be the first LG Smartphone which will offer the Korean users the latest version of Android.

Another innovative feature only available for LG Optimus LTE II is the optional magnetic induction wireless charging system, sold separately. The Smartphone can be recharged by placing the device on the wireless battery charging pad. The system has been recognized by the Wireless Power Consortium with its “Qi” logo, assuring interoperability with all other Qi devices. We have already heard about this kind of feature which is coming with the Samsung Galaxy S III.

The LG Optimus LTE II has got a SiO+ battery of 2150 mAh which will keep the device alive for at least 50 hours under regular usage (as per our predictions).

“The LG Optimus LTE II is the most powerful Smartphone technology currently available in Korea,” said Dr. Jong-seok Park, President and CEO of LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company. “With a faster LTE network, the barrier for downloading and running very large applications is no longer a significant one for many customers, which is why LG saw a need for more RAM on high-end Smartphones.”

Currently, the LG Optimus LTE II will be available in the Korean markets only. Nothing has been said about the dates of availability of the LG Optimus LTE II outside Korea.

Source: LG Newsroom

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Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg finally changed his status to “married” today morning. Zuckerberg got married with his 27 year old girlfriend Priscilla Chan. The small Wedding ceremony took place at Zuckerberg’s residence in Palo Alto, California on Saturday i.e. 19th May 2012. This was completely a surprise as no one got any news about this before. The news came out today morning from Zuckerberg’s profile on Facebook. This week was full of spotlights for Zuckerberg as Facebook was listed on the share market for more than $100 billion. Zuckerberg’s Company is creating history on the Wall Street after he made it public.

Priscilla Chan and Mark Zuckerberg in their wedding photo posted on Facebook after a surprise ceremony.

Zuckerberg’s Wife Priscilla Chan graduated from a Medical School at the University of California, San Francisco, on Monday. He turned 28 that day.

Mark met Priscilla Chan for the first time at Harvard, nine years ago and since then they have been together.

The spokeswoman of the company said that Zuckerberg designed the ring featuring “a very simple ruby” himself.

Surprise Wedding ceremony of Mark Zuckerberg

The Ceremony took place at the backyard of Zuckerberg’s residence. There were less than 100 guests present in the ceremony. Nobody expected that Mark is getting married on the day. Every one thought that Mark Zuckerberg has arranged a party on account of completion of Chan’s graduation. The Wedding Ceremony of the couple came as a surprise. So far hundreds of thousands of people have liked the changed status of Mark Zuckerberg. Well wishers have expressed their wishes via leaving a comment on the status.

The 28 year old Mark Zuckerberg is a multi billionaire. He’s also the chief executive of Facebook which had an historic initial public offering on the NASDAQ stock exchange on Friday.

Wishes have started coming up, so how can we stay behind. The Geeks Club team wishes a happy married life to Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan.