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  1. 'Project Fiona' - Superb Gaming Tablet!

    Mobile phones have evolved crazily fast over the last few years. But even though quad-core phones are now available, the games being played on them are still way behind PC games. There is still need for hardware and software support to play good games on mobile phones and tablet devices. Hence we see that serious gamers are really not into...
  2. Searching with Google: The New Way Forward?

    Google search is not the same anymore. In one of the most significant changes ever made in Google's search service, Google search will now give more personal search results. Let's hope this move won't violate the US anti-trust legislation.Image courtesy: flickrThe new service is called 'Titled Search plus Your World' and the concept is that one can get search results...
  3. CES 2012: Microsoft Uses Kinect with Sesame Street!

    Microsoft in its last keynote presentation at the Consumer Electronics Show described its collaboration with Sesame Street to develop interactive episodes for children. Microsoft says it is "two-way television" and uses Kinect as input device to control the action.The presentation included a live demo in which a girl threw make-believe coconuts at a TV which had Kinect on board. The...
  4. Nokia Declares Smartphone War!

    Nokia has revealed the new Microsoft-powered Lumia 900 smartphone, creating shockwaves in the smartphone market. The new Lumia 900 is designed to compete head on with Apple's iPhone and Android-based devices. On Monday, Microsoft CEO Steven Ballmer, together with Nokia's head Stephen Elop unveiled the new handset which runs on Windows mobile software.Image courtesy: flickrIt has not been confirmed when...
  5. CES 2012: Samsung Unveils Super Thin Smart TVs!

    Samsung joined LG in unveiling their sleek and ultra thin OLED Smart TV at the CES 2012 today.Samsung's new ES8000 55-inch "Super OLED" Smart TV is powered by a dual core processor and can perform multitasking. OLED or Organic Light Emitting Diode TVs are much lighter, use less power, give brighter outputs and are cheaper to make. Samsung aims to...
  6. World's Thinnest Ultrabook : By Acer!

    Acer has revealed the world's thinnest ultrabook 'Acer Aspire S5' which is to be showcased this week at CES 2012 in Las Vegas. The models will start shipping in the second quarter of 2012. Prices have not been disclosed yet.Analyst Tim Bajarin from Creative Strategies has said, "That S5 is quite significant. It looks like the thinnest and lightest, and...
  7. E-Reader No Different Than a Book!

    There is no replacement to a 'page-turning' book, it is said. E-readers are still, yet another gadget. There are page turning animations on e-readers which bridge the gap somewhat, but it's still not the same thing.Image courtesy: flickrA new prototype device called 'Paranga' has been developed at Osaka University which enables readers to actually turn the pages physically when reading...
  8. CES 2012: Linux-based TV launched!

    Ubuntu, the open source Linux distribution has integrated TV and movie content to create Ubuntu TV, which has been made by British firm Canonical. Ubuntu TV is free and open source and Canonical hopes many manufacturers will integrate it into their upcoming TVs and smart TVs.Image courtesy: flickrThis announcement joins other smart TV announcements made on the Consumer Electronics Show...
  9. Apple's Siri leads to double data usage!

    The hugely popular Apple's voice recognition software Siri lead to iPhone 4S users to double the data usage as compared with the previous handset. This has lead to a great pressure on operators' ends, the network firm Arieso has said.Arieso, an Atlanta-based company's Chief Technology Officer, Michael Flanagan has said in an interview, "Voice is the ultimate human interface. Voice...

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