Question by Stephen: Is there going to a iphone 4g released in the Summer? I have so many rumours of a iphone 4G coming out this Summer….does anyone know if this is true? Anyone know any inside knowledge of this becoming reality?
If so I would be so delighted and excited. Please let this be true! What can we expect on the new iphone if it were to come out.
Answer by Apple MacsterWell, unfortunately, nobody can set in stone any information, but we can speculate and make predictions about what Cupertino will be turning out…. but seriously, the chances of a 4G iPhone are very high, seeing as Apple usually updates their product lines quite often…. and in the case of the iPhone, apple has done a refresh EVERY YEAR since 2007 in the June-July area….. and I too am anticipating and waiting to purchase a 4G iPhone as well! Hope this helps! And remember, an Apple a day keeps Windows away! Best regards, AppleMacster
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Question by cc: Im interested in Robotics. Can someone suggest a summer program in Brooklyn, NEW YORK where I can go to learn? I have an interest in Robotics, but no experience whatsoever with machinery or programming. I’d seriously like to learn and am motivated, and would appreciate any suggestions. My school doesn’t have a Robotics club, and I’m looking into programs in other schools, but I was thinking of starting during the summer so that I’ll have some experience. PROGRAMS/CAMPS IN BROOKLYN, NEW YORK.
Answer by SerafimTry the City College of New York’s Grove School of Engineering. They have a great robotics program.
Also, check out the Manhattan Summer Computer Camp at the New York Institute of Technology, Manhattan Campus, New York:
I hope that helps, good luck.
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Rogers was the first with LTE in Canada. Its budget brand Fido has largely been left out of that 4G fiesta, but the gap is closing today with official plans to give the yellow doghouse some LTE of its own. The initial deployment this summer will largely overlap Rogers’ fledgling network, starting with benchmark cities Calgary, Montreal, Ottawa, St. John’s, Toronto and Vancouver. Only a Fido Mobile Hotspot with 10-device sharing will kick off the hardware selection; if you’re impatient, though, any compatible and (usually) unlocked LTE device will do with a relevant SIM card. About 20 million Canucks will potentially have the high-speed option by the end of the year — and with Fido’s plan costs expected to stay the same, that coverage could make the provider a de facto choice for fast data in the Great White North. Click past the break for the official word and the full 2012 expansion list.
Solar may be the green energy source that’s been hogging the headlines lately, but there are other fossil-fuel free ways that can help meet society’s electrical needs. One of these is tidal power, and the US is set to start harnessing the ocean’s electricity-generating potential this summer with the TidGen Cobscook Bay project — the first such commercial project in the States. Located just off the coast of Eastport, Maine, turbines will be placed in 50-100 feet deep water to take advantage of the 100 billion tons of water that flow in and out of Cobscook Bay each day. When the project goes live, it’ll feed into the public power grid and generate enough juice to power between 75 and 100 homes, and the plan is to eventually install enough turbines to generate 3MW of power — which should cover the needs of over 1,000 homes and businesses. There’s more info, plus plenty of political self-congratulation in the source below.
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Nearly every U.S. wireless carrier that will stock Samsung’s much-anticipated Galaxy S III laid out their intentions this morning, but some were more forthcoming than others. While Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, and U.S. Cellular offered up expected launch windows and prices, AT&T spent the day keeping to themselves.
Well, until now that is. The news AT&T released is very similar to everyone else’s — pre-orders will begin on June 6, the 16GB model will cost $ 199 — except for one major difference. AT&T will be getting an exclusive red version of the Galaxy S III later this summer.
Sadly, no images of the red Galaxy S III have trickled out yet, so you’ll have to make do with this quick mock-up.
It’s admittedly sort of a minor thing to get worked up over, but when most of your morning was spent reading and writing about the same blue and white phones, a little splash of color helps lift the spirits. Meanwhile, the rest of the Galaxy S III’s guts will be the same as those seen in the other carrier variants — think the 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor, 2GB of RAM, and that handsome 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED display.
Strangely enough, their release makes no mention of a 32GB model. Instead it makes reference to a peculiar promotion in which users can buy a 16GB microSD on the cheap, which makes me wonder if AT&T had to strike some strange deal in order to make their exclusive color a reality.