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Tuesday, April 13, 2010
- KIN 1: A compact keyboard for one-handed texting. KIN 2: An ample keyboard for two-handed texting.
- KIN 1: a 5MP camera. KIN 2: a 8MP camera.
- KIN1: Mono speakers. KIN2: Stereo speakers.
- KIN1: 4GB. KIN2: 8GB.
Sunday, April 11, 2010
We have to see how HP plans on making Windows 7 on a full slate device with netbook class internals perform smoothly as it shows in the demo videos. Considering the fact that the iPad is out in the market now and they are setting a pretty high expectation as to how the new generation of tables must work, the HP slate should definitely meet up to the expectations:
Here are the specs for the $549 version (base configuration)
- 8.9-inch 1024 x 600 capacitive multitouch display
- five-hour battery
- 1.6GHz Atom Z530 processor with UMA graphics and an accelerator for 1080p video playback
- 32GB of flash storage
- 1GB of non-upgradeable RAM:
Here are the specs for the $599 version:
- 64GB of storage
- five-hour battery
- SDHC slot
- Two cameras
- USB port
- SIM card slot for the optional 3G modem
- Dock connector for power, audio, and HDMI out
Thursday, April 8, 2010
Imagine not over-doing your toast ever again! Thats right, no more shoving your toast in the deep dark slots of your toaster. How about a concept design would be able to make every piece of toast perfect?
This transparent toaster allows you to see the toast while it's toasting, so no more burnt toast. The design company behind this masterpiece says that currently the glass doesn't get hot enough to toast bread, but maybe in the future.
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- Mobile is available virtually everywhere.
- 84% of Americans have cell phones.
- It's an extension of the Internet and all its marketing applications.
Effective tool for connecting with Customers:
- People take their mobile phones everywhere they go.
- Mobile is a highly desirable CRM tool for Customer Care and PR.
- Mobile can help enhance any Web and email-based marketing
Affordable and Easily Available to Every Small Business.
- Mobile advertising is no longer just for big brands with big budgets.
- Having a mobile presence is now very affordable.
- Mobile is great for local, national and even global marketing campaigns
The much awaited iPhone OS 4.0 is on its way. There are quite a few new features added to the new OS. Here are some of the major new features:
Multitasking - The biggest request from iPhone users is the ability to multitask, and Apple delivered. Part of the new operating system includes a quick way to switch between applications without losing your spot in any of the open apps. Services include background audio, so apps like Pandora can play music in the background.
Better Background Support – for example, you're using an iPhone for turn-by-turn directions and need to check an email while still on the road. Now you'll be able to without killing the nav app.
Folders – Another wonderful feature which allows you to organize your iPhone apps in folders.
Email Improvements - It will gain a unified inbox and it will also support threaded email conversations.
Game Center - As part of iPhone OS 4.0, the iPhone will support a more social gaming experience.
iAd - Apple debuted its new mobile advertising platform. No one really like the way ads work on the iPhone. When you're playing a game, there's nothing worse than accidentally clicking on an in-game add that closes the game, opens the browser, and sticks you on a web-based ad.
Apart from these major features, there are plenty of minor features which you might want to look out for.
Wednesday, April 7, 2010
The customers are at an advantage when it comes to competition between great manufacturers. Here is Nokia’s tablet phone, N810. The first thing that came in my mind when I saw this model was that the screen size is just too small for it to be a tablet.
However, the Nokia 810 has some advantage over the apple’s touch or the ipad. The N810 has a 9 screen resolution of 800x480 and the 810 displays websites as they are, whereas you will need to zoom in and out. It also comes with a smooth slide with an integrated QWERTY keyboard. In a nut shell, the Nokia 810 is a neat product but I still wouldn’t call it the “tablet”.
Tuesday, April 6, 2010
Seiko, the Japanese watch company, is making watches with e-ink displays. So what exactly is the e-ink technology?
Well, this technology that comes with an active matrix display — the same type of screen technology behind your typical LCD panel. Using active matrix, all of the legibility and low-power consumption benefits of e-ink are combined with a much richer range of imagery and data display. The “Future Now” watch renders 80,000 pixels in four shades of gray, providing 300 dpi resolutions for intensely sharp and cle`r images even within the restricted dimensions of a wristwatch screen. The unique electronic paper display module in this Seiko watch is the result of a joint development effort, bringing together E Ink's 'electronic ink' technology and Seiko Epson's advanced display manufacturing and electronic circuitry techniques. When combined, these technologies offer a wide range of display design possibilities - including flexibility!