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Rumor: premium Galaxy F will feature metal body, may launch alongside the Galaxy S5

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Going back as far as September, we’ve heard rumors that Samsung is preparing a premium handset under the name “Project F”, with a planned release for sometime in the first half of 2014. Now ET News is reporting that the handset may launch alongside the Galaxy S5, under the name Galaxy F.

Reportedly the Galaxy F’s metallic prototype was originally developed in Europe but was later moved to Vietnam for mass production. Although the report doesn’t dive in too deeply about what to expect from the handset, it does mention that the device will feature a metal body.

There are folks that truly enjoy the (plastic) design language of the S series, and yet there are others that want a metal design — the Galaxy F could be Samsung’s way of pleasing both crowds.

Based on past rumors and speculation, it’s also possible that the handset will feature a QHD display (2560 x 1600) and other premium components that set it in a league higher than the Galaxy S series. Keep in mind that Samsung has yet to confirm any of this however, and so you should take the entire rumor with a hefty chunk of salt.

The big question is whether we even need another Samsung product line. The Korean giant already has tons of Galaxy S and Galaxy Note devices and variants, not to mention its many other low-end and mid-range lines. Consumer choice is a good thing, but too many choices could led to consumer confusion.

On the other hand, there are folks that truly enjoy the (plastic) design language of the S series, and yet there are others that want a metal design — this could be Samsung’s way of pleasing both crowds. What do you think, would you like to see a new ultra-premium line of Samsung handsets or are you perfectly happy with Samsung’s existing Galaxy S and Galaxy Note flagship lines?

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My Life’s Goal Helps People Achieve the Healthy Body they Desire

Cupertino, California – People around the world who want to enjoy the benefits of healthy living in a way that goes far beyond just dieting and counting calories, can now download the innovative new app My Life’s Goal (MLG) from Time to Information, and clearly see a projection how the changes they make today can help them achieve the healthy body that they’ve always wanted 10 years from now.

Designed for anyone who wants to lose weight, maintain weight, or gain weight, My Life’s Goal features an integrated weight management system that identifies each user’s BMI for both their current and target weight, and tracks their progress towards that goal. Plus, users are motivated along the way by a female or male silhouette that adjusts as they improve, and by a stream of helpful information on current and future trends regarding fat, sugar, antioxidants, exercise, sleep, and so on.

Many young people don’t bother to diet, thinking that they’ll always look as slim as they do today, but what if they could see themselves in 10 years. While society would like to believe that young people are becoming more health conscious, the reality for young people is that they care mostly about how they look. My Life’s Goal helps them to see what they’ll look like in 10 years if they keep living the way they are today. They will see the effect computer activity, smoking, exercise has on their bodies 10 years from now. They will be motivated to change their habits in order to align to the look they want 10 years from now, thus establishing a set of goals that could last a life time.

“Being healthy is more than just a diet, it’s a way of living,” commented Terry Billingsley of Time to Information. “Now with My Life’s Goal, users simply answer a few brief questions about how they live today, and they’ll see themselves 10 years from now – and can decide whether it’s the future they want to embrace, or need to change. Quite simply, My Life’s Goal is the perfect tool for anyone who doesn’t have the time to count calories, and wants lasting results!”

My Life’s Goal, the innovative new app that helps envision and achieve the healthy body they’ve always wanted, is available in the App Store.

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Time To Information (TTI), established in the year 2000 by Terry Billingsley, located in Ottawa Canada, has been developing solutions for the average consumers and business alike for over 30 years. Time To Information continues to pioneer unique easy to use applications that real people use. The principle or philosophy that Time To Information strives toward is if it takes more than three clicks of a mouse button or two swipes of the iPad to get any question you have answered, then we’ve not done it right. Terry Billingsley personally has been engineering easy to use solutions for over 30 years winning praises from both consumers and business alike. Terry thinks outside the box in developing solutions, never caring to follow but would rather lead a segment. His strong architect, developer, project and finance skills combine to achieve amazing results. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2013 Time To Information. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.

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100 Push-Ups to Sculpt your Body with Push-Up Workout App

Imatra, Finland – JH Digital Solutions has released the best new mobile fitness application available for Apple products. Free to download, Push-Up Workout is compatible with latest generations of iPads,iPhones and iPods. With its simple interface and gradual approach, everybody will be doing a hundred push-ups in no time.

It was designed with a minimalistic, easy-to-operate approach which allows it to focus on the most important aspects of its job, getting users to new fitness levels. Motivating people to reach their fitness goals, users will soon notice a positive change in their body shape and core strength.

Push-Up Workout utilizes a simple but ingenious method of counting push-up reps, nose to screen contact. Not only does touching the user’s nose to the screen keep count of reps for motivation and records, but it helps to ensure proper push-up form and encourage full range of motion.

All it takes is four simple steps to use Push-Up Workout; choose your fitness level, put your device on the floor and start training, touch your nose to the screen to keep count, and increase your strength. Its gradual approach makes it fun and empowering to use.

Specifically designed for the iOS7 mobile operating system, Push-Up Workout meshes well with the iPad and iPhone user interface. It is currently free to download.

JH Digital Solutions, has produced other popular apps such as Word Champion, Times Tables for Kids, and Christmas Games for Kids, and is well known for producing quality gaming and teaching applications. Founded and run by Jari Huomo, it has a number of fun and useful apps available in a variety of languages.

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, iPod touch and iPad
* Requires iOS 7.0 or later
* This app is optimized for iPhone 5
* 12.2 MB

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Push up workout 1.0 is Free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Health & Fitness category.

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At the helm of JH Digital Solutions is Jari Huomo, who created the company in the basement of his home. Copyright (C) 2013 JH Digital Solutions. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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Zopo ZP960 rumored to come soon with ultra-thin body, Full HD screen and $285 price tag

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The name of Zopo probably didn’t ring any bells with even the most fanatic Western-based tech aficionados a month or two back, but in just a couple of weeks the Chinese have managed to get themselves on the map big time.

And they didn’t even need to release a gadget. Instead, they teased a wacky 5.7-incher with a 32 MP camera a couple of weeks ago and then let some details slip on a 5-inch Full HD beast.

The latter, known as the ZP960, sounds almost as exciting as the ZTE U935 that leaked a few hours ago. The new guy will be a tad pricier, but at 1,799-1,999 Yuan (5-8), it’s far from expensive. In fact, it’s still half of what top-tier 1,080p phones go for in the West.

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Like ZTE’s newest 5-incher, Zopo’s finest will be powered by Mediatek’s low-cost quad-core MT6589 processor. That’s not exactly on the bleeding edge when it comes to raw speed, but it’s slightly snappier than Qualcomm’s dual-core Snapdragon S4 and we have fond memories of that particular SoC.

The MT6589 chip is also going to be paired with 2 GB of RAM, so multitasking is definitely not to be an issue. We’re hearing pretty great things about the rest of the specs, which include 32 GB of on-board storage, a 13 MP rear-facing snapper and a 5 MP (sic) front-facing cam.

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There’s also going to be dual-SIM support on the thing, while the only question regarding software is whether there’ll be Android 4.1 or 4.2 to butter up the interface. As for design, the images you can see around are apparently not real snapshots of the phone, but still faithful renders of how the big guy will end up looking. And it is quite splendid, no doubt about that.

Unfortunately, Zopo might have needed to cut a major corner to end up with such a slim device – battery. Rumor has it the “ticker” will be a meager 2,000 mAh unit. And to think the ZP960 will be made available globally via Zopo’s official website. So close to a home run…

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