Archive for October, 2011

Beta Version of Kinect for Windows SDK- Getting Commercial In first Quarter of 2012

Beta Version of Kinect for Windows SDK- Getting Commercial In first Quarter of 2012

The Kinect for Windows SDK, which is a beta version, is all set for a commercial rollout in early 2012. Exciting Beta Version Basically, the beta version is designed to create new applications and it targets enthusiasts, researchers and academics who use the motion-sensing capabilities. Even though...
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Samsung promises gadgets with flexible screen for 2012

Samsung promises gadgets with flexible screen for 2012

The gadgets with flexible screen are real and will soon become as common as the classic ones, at least this is what Samsung said, and a company that plans to integrate this technology into many of its products. Samsung range of smartphones is the main candidate and could receive the first models equipped...
Filed in: Mobile Phones
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HTC Rhyme: The Latest Arrival from HTC

HTC Rhyme: The Latest Arrival from HTC

Though it may appear as if the HTC Rhyme Android phone is designed to target the female audience, but the sleek phone should appeal to a broader market too. On first glance, HTC Rhyme Android phone would seem like an addition to the already lined-up series of smartphones. Look and Design The front is...
Filed in: Mobile Phones
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RIM releases new Blackberry designed by Porsche – Blackberry P’9981

RIM releases new Blackberry designed by Porsche – Blackberry P’9981

What would you do with $2000? How about buying a new Blackberry that is designed by Porsche? It is a cheaper solution as compared with buying the car. We’re talking about the Blackberry P’9981 made exclusively by Porsche Design for Blackberry. One have to admit about the sleekness of the P’9981....
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Flexible Kinetic Device from Nokia

Flexible Kinetic Device from Nokia

Earlier this week, Nokia unveiled a unique OLED smartphone at the Nokia World 2011 and what makes this smartphone unique is the fact that this device responds to every twist and blend. The Future Technology The Kinetic device is very flexible and it features a UI that is totally dependent on the way...
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Playing guitar on-the-go with Apogee Jam Guitar

Playing guitar on-the-go with Apogee Jam Guitar

A hardware which would enable guitarists to plug in their beloved guitars on-the-go would definitely be nice especially if the hardware costs $100. The device that is being talked about is no other than the Apogee Jam Guitar adapter. It works for the iPad, iPhone as well as Mac computers. The device...
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Google to release Google TV next week under Honeycomb 3.1.

Google to release Google TV next week under Honeycomb 3.1.

Apple TV has finally found itself a competitor in the market. In a week time, Android will battle for a share for mobile TV with its new Google TV application which will be powered by no other than its Android platform. Google TV will be using Android 3.1 which is Honeycomb and currently there is no...
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