Friday, October 2, 2009

Sony's New PSP GO

The newly announced Sony's PSP Go is a lighter, sleeker and cool looking version of it's portable game playing console. Unlike other PSPs (starting at $169) and portable rivals such as the Nintendo DS, which play both downloadable titles and disc-based games -- the $249 WiFi and Bluetooth-ready PSP Go plays only downloaded games, movies and music. "It allows people to get their content exclusively off of the PlayStation Network. People are very comfortable getting content digitally", Says Peter Dille, senior vice president of marketing and the PlayStation Network for Sony Computer Entertainment America. PSP Go weighs around 6 ounces, the PSP Go is 40% lighter and 50% smaller than the original PSP. It contains a 16GB internal memory which can be expanded with memory stick/micro cards for additional storage. Users can download games wirelessly or via PC or the PlayStation 3, then transferred using a USB cable. I will be providing the tech spec's in the next post about this product.
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Saturday, September 26, 2009

A Mouse based on final fantasy Gunblade

By looking at the Mouse it seems Designer Andrey Chirkov is a big fan of Final Fantasy. His design concept takes a cue from the Final fantasy Gunblade. But to me as the gunblade looks tough and menacing enough, this Mouse would snap apart with a little force of a fat guy's finger playing a combat game.
Nice Design and looks though.

**Source : Gizmodo **
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Microsoft's Pressure-Sensitive Keyboard : A Whole new way of typing

The pressure-sensitive keyboard Microsoft has cooking up promises to make your typing far more efficient,but it still is a prototype.

For example by using the keyboard we can change the font size by applying a variable pressure on the key and typing errors could be reduced by gauging the pressure applied to simultaneously pressed keys in order to determine intent. A varied pressure on the key would be making gaming experience much more interesting.

Microsoft will be showing off the technology at the User Interface Software and Technology conference taking place in Canada this October.At the conference, students will be given a sample keyboard and asked to compete with one another in an effort to find applications for the technology that are useful, well implemented or creative.

Video Highlight

**Source : CNET , GIZMODO **
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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

COOL : A Roll Up Mouse Pad with a Speaker and a USB Hub

Is your Desktop cluttered with many wires and cables hanging around and stuffs like that. If the answer is yes then this new gadget is just for you. This device can enhance your management and can offer more functionality to an existing system. Combo gadgets are good things and if it is a mouse pad with inbuilt speakers and USB hub its like cherry on the ice cream, it saves space, provides more functions and is a item of beauty.Gadget4All recently designed a new combo gadget disguised in the form of a mouse pad. Gadget4All’s all-in-one mouse pad consists of built-in speakers, 4 USB ports, a 3.5mm audio port, and a speaker in port so that you can connect your iPod, Zune, or other MP3 player. The roll-up capability makes it perfect for use when traveling. As already mentioned, combo gadgets are great, but for only $22, it gotta make head turn.

***Source : gadget4al & gadgetadvisor ***
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Monday, September 14, 2009

Windows 7 advertisements start all over USA

Windows 7 the much awaited version from Microsoft after the Windows Vista blunder is about to be launched around 3rd week of October and guess what we have an advertisement airing all over the USA in prime time slot. In the ad there's a little girl who can barely spell words correctly telling about 7 as a Smooth and convenient to work with OS and also comments from CNET can be seen on the slide show she's playing. Her name is Kylie as i read in a review, she's so cute people will be glued when they see her but still back music is little ridiculous. So as Kylie says: "I'm a PC and more happy is coming." lets see what people think of it.

Here it is see for yourselves ***
**Source CNET

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Friday, September 11, 2009

Apple introduces its new iPod nano with camera

Apple introduced its new apple Ipod nano with a built in camera and for that extra edge a polished aluminum finish and some new trendy range of colors to choose from. The new ipod contains a camera that is a H.264 VGA video, 640 by 480 pixels, up to 30 frames per second with AAC audio.
The ipod nano comes with a capacity of 8GB and upto 16GB with a flash card holds up to 2,000 or 4,000 songs in 128-Kbps AAC format. It comes with a 2.2-inch (diagonal) TFT display which looks preety fine to me with a 240-by-376-pixel resolution at 204 pixels per inch. All in all it looks a nice package but a VGA camera doesnt fullfill the requirement which is long awaited with a iPod.
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Monday, September 7, 2009

Ovi Mail - The mail service by Nokia

Nokia has launched its mail service known as OVI mail. Now question arises that what is OVI ? so Ovi by Nokia is the global brand for Nokia's internet services. is a web component of OVI by Nokia on which you can manage your files, music, videos and pics from a single location.

Ovi Mail is free email that you can use directly from your Nokia mobile phone and on the Web. It gives a user anytime, anywhere access to it's ovi mail account by web and by mobile phone. Anytime, anywhere access. Staying in touch with friends and family is fun and easy with Ovi Mail. You get 1 GB of storage. Ovi mail uses a leading edge technology which seems to be quite easy to use and draggin n dropping contents is easy. There are two versions one for low bandwidth and other for high bandwidth so it ensures best user experience.
So all in all the interface looks nice and smooth for the high bandwidth version it doesn't seems to work very well in low bandwidth. Interface is simple and looks friendly not too many things are put up in there so looks to me a nice package. Go check it out yourself.

Here is a Screen Shot of Ovi Mail in a browser

Source ** Nokia OVI **
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Sunday, September 6, 2009

The new Sony Ericsson XPERIA™ X2

Recently Sony Ericsson unveiled their latest model the new Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2 designed for those who always want to be connected. A new Windows phone that offers a wide range of features including best in class email and multimedia experience. The XPERIA X2 includes a sliderview feature , which provides quick access to frequently used phone activities. With 14 specially designed preloaded XPERIA panels and 16 more to download, users can work with no boundaries with the XPERIA X2. From Skype, Mytopia and Google to games, CNN and Windows Live, the panels ensure users are up-to-date with what matters most to them. It seems sony are planning to launch the competitior for the Nokia X Series and the fight gets bigger now.
Well about the prices and the expected launch in India cannot be predicted right now but it seems sooner we will be hearing about it.

In short I would be saying what sony says about this phone .....
XPERIA X2 Live life without boundaries

The Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2 at a glance


  • 8.1 megapixel camera
  • Up to 16x digital zoom


  • Album art
  • Bluetooth stereo (A2DP)
  • Equalizer
  • Sony Ericsson media player
  • Music tones (MP3/AAC)


  • Bookmarks
  • Google search
  • Internet Explorer


  • Email
  • Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync
  • Handwriting recognition
  • Instant messaging
  • Picture messaging (MMS)


  • 3D games
  • Java
  • Motion gaming

    Bluetooth technology

  • DNLA Certified
  • Google Maps
  • Modem
  • Synchronisation
  • TV out


  • Adobe PDF Reader
  • Alarm clock
  • Calculator
  • Calendar
  • Flight mode
  • Microsoft Office Mobile
  • Notes
Source *** Sony Ericsson's Official website
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New Nokia X6 and X3 first Screen shots

Nokia X6 and X3

Nokia X6

Nokia X3

Nokia X3

Nokia X6 Back
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New Nokia X Series announced

Nokia has just announced the launch of it's new series of phones "The X Series" along with the new N-97 mini series. Nokia are launching two phones in this series these would be the X6 and X3. The features with which these phones would be loaded were not made clear but we can assume that these are the new avatars for the N-Series by looking at these phones we can say there are not many things which would entitle them as revolutionary but feature packed. These are planned to be launched in Q4 of 2009.
Now, talking about the features the device (X6) comes with a 5 MP camera with Carl Zeiss optics and dual LED flash with a 32GB memory support and is a touch screen having a 3.2 inch display with a quite thin body that is 14mm thick. For the music lovers there's a Spore DJ Mix Tour and Asphalt4 preloaded.The x6 will be priced at around the 460 Euro (around Rs.32500).
Now talking about the X3 we have a 2nd to X6 with a slider design. It consists of a 3.2 MP camera with 2.2 inch screen, Stereo speakers, dedicated music keys and support for up to 16GB of storage via microSD cards.The X3 will be available starting Q4 2009 and will be priced at around the 115 Euro (Rs. 8,000 app.) .
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Friday, September 4, 2009

GScreen dual screen laptop also called as Spacebook

An Alaska based company called as gscreen introduced a dual screen laptop formerly called as SPACEBOOK. The PC is estimated to cost enthusiasts around $3,000 but not without concerns regarding the weight of the Spacebook and the pressure on the batteries to meet the energy demands of running two screens.Gordon Stewart, the founder of gscreen told the website that the product would be available around December 09 through amazon. "We designed this knowing that many may not need the extra screen at all times," Gordon told a website. Spacebook is thought to be the first of its kind with twin screens of equal size.

First shots

**pictures courtesy GIZMODO
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Saturday, June 27, 2009

Nokia N97

Device Description:

The Nokia N97 is a S60 5th Edition mobile computer with a large 3,5“, bright nHD (640 x 360 pixels and 16:9 aspect ratio) TFT color display with resistive touch screen and tactile feedback. The device provides excellent user experience for internet and entertainment by combining qwerty keyboard with touch UI and Home screen functionality. Use the N97 to connect to mobile broadband using WLAN or HSDPA (3.5G). Find directions and locations with the integrated A-GPS and included maps. Additional features include game titles with N-Gage, a 5 mega pixel camera with dual LED flash and automatic geotagging of images and videos.

Device variants:
  • RM-505 Global. WCDMA, HSDPA (Cat 6 max.3.6 Mbps) 900/1900/2100 and EGSM 850/900/1800/1900 + WLAN
  • RM-506 China. EGSM 850/900/1800/1900
  • RM-507 Americas. WCDMA, HSDPA (Cat 6 max.3.6 Mbps) 850/1900/2100 and EGSM 850/900/1800/1900 + WLAN
  • General

    Screen Resolution 360 x 640
    Screen Color Depth 24 bit
    Device Size 117.2 x 55.3 x 15.9[1] mm
    Volume 88 cc
    Weight 150 g
    Input Method Touch Screen
    Keypad Slide-out QWERTY Keyboard
    Other Keys Applications Key
    Call Creation Key
    Call Termination Key
    Camera Key
    Volume Keys

    Frequency Bands GSM 1800
    GSM 1900
    GSM 850
    GSM 900
    WCDMA 1900
    WCDMA 2100
    WCDMA 850
    WCDMA 900

    Data Bearers CSD
    Dual Transfer Mode (MSC 11)

    Regional Availability Africa, Asia-Pacific, CHINA, Europe, Latin America, Middle East, North America
    CPU Count Single CPU
    CPU Type ARM 11
    CPU Clock Rate 434 MHz
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Thursday, April 30, 2009

Microsoft slowly moving towards the release of windows 7

Microsoft isn't giving the exact date when they are going to release Windows 7 but they are just hoping that nothing much has changed between the beta version and the retail version they are going to put up. Subscribers to Microsoft's MSDN and TechNet developer programs will have access to the release candidate version starting Thursday, while the general public will have to wait until may 5. That said, users may not notice a huge difference between the two versions at first glance. "We're not adding a ton of things," said Corporate Vice President Mike Nash in an interview. "Most of the changes are fit-and-finish things."
The company didn't say how many people it hopes will try out the version, which is expected to be the last public test version before Microsoft declares Windows 7 soup. Nash did say he is hoping plenty of IT professionals use the product at work and home and also that any lingering partners make sure they have tested their products.
Among the changes from the beta release are a more final version of Internet Explorer 8 and the expansion of a media-sharing feature to allow unprotected videos and music to be accessed remotely over the Internet.
In addition to the RC itself, Microsoft is also making available a beta version of XP Mode, an add-on to Windows 7 that uses virtualization to run programs that run in XP but not in Windows Vista. Windows 7 is widely expected to be released in time for this year's holiday shopping season--a goal that one top executive said recently is "accomplishable" although Microsoft has stopped short of guaranteeing that.
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Monday, March 16, 2009

Transcend Unveils New DDR3 RAM For India

Dual-channel aXeRam DDR3-1800 memory kits in 2GB and 4GB capacities

Information :

Transcend has come out with new dual-channel aXeRam DDR3-1800 memory kits for the Indian market in capacities of 2GB and 4GB. The new aXeRam memory modules use aluminum heat sinks with cooling fins. These aXeRam DDR3 memory kits are available at prices of Rs. 7600 (2GB) and Rs. 14,800 (4GB).

Transcend's aXeRam DDR3-1800 memory kits in dual-channel configuration have two identically-matched 240-pin unbuffered memory modules running at speeds of 1800MHz. In the dual channel configuration, these aXeRam memory kits provide memory bandwidth of up to 28.8GB/s.

These modules also support Intel Extreme Memory Profile (XMP) technology that enables easy overclocking of memory modules when used with high-performance motherboards.

The aXeRam modules are built using eight-layer printed circuit boards for extra stability and signal integrity when the modules are over clocked. The aXeRam memory modules are available with a three-year warranty.
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Saturday, March 14, 2009


Screens for latest game from EA in the NFS series SHIFT

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Sunday, March 1, 2009

Google users hit by mail blackout

Google has apologised for the outage that hit business and consumer users of its popular e-mail service.

The GMail service went offline at 0930 GMT and, Google claims, was unavailable to all for "approximately two and a half hours".

But anecdotal evidence suggests it was out of action for many users for about four hours - one of the longest downtimes ever suffered by Google.

More than 113 million people use Google mail worldwide, according to comScore.

In a statement posted on its official Google blog it said: "We're really sorry about this, and we did do everything to restore access as soon as we could.".

It said its engineers were still investigating the "root cause" of the problem.

"We know how important GMail is to our users so we take this very seriously," it added.

It said that those getting back into their e-mail may have to fill in a captcha form that asks people to decipher and re-type some scrambled letters before getting access to messages.

According to comScore, Google has the world's third most popular web mail service behind Hotmail with 283 million users and Yahoo with 274 million e-mail users.

Professional suite

More than a million business around the world use Google's professional suite of applications, including e-mail. Google itself relies on the service and press spokespeople for the firm were unable to e-mail journalists with statements regarding the problem.

Professional users are covered by a service level agreement that promises to be 99.9% operational in any calendar month.

The "premier edition" of the Apps service costs $50 (£34) per user for a year.

According to Google, its e-mail service suffered an average of 10 to 15 minutes of downtime per month in 2008.

The last outage of note was in August 2008 when users were unable to use Google Mail for "a couple of hours".

After the incident Todd Jackson, product manager for Google Mail, said in a blog post: "We're conducting a full review of what went wrong and moving quickly to update our internal systems and procedures accordingly."

On its support page for Google Mail, the firm said "A number of users have had difficulty accessing GMail today.

"The majority are now able to access their e-mail accounts again and we're hoping to have service restored for the remainder very soon."
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Sunday, February 15, 2009

The BlackBerry® STORM

What makes the Storm different from other Blackberry devices to come before it

Well, the lack of a physical qwerty keyboard is one thing, the other is that this is one of the first devices from RIM primarily marketed at non-business users. Unlike the recently released BOLD , the Storm has applications such as AOL and Yahoo Messenger, Facebook, Flickr, and Myspace available on the device out of the box.Before you jump to conclusions though, the Storm still retains business like functions of email attachment download (pdfs display, but not correctly), Microsoft Word To Go, and Excel To Go.
Weighing in at just under six ounces the Storm is a bit heavy in your pocket and doesn't come packed with a belt holster like it's cousin the Bold.Wrapping around the phone is a satin chrome bezel complemented with shiny chrome soft keys handling volume control, the 3.2 MP camera with flash, and voice dialing. The touchscreen has a generous 480x360 lines of resolution and below it you will find the usual Send, Menu, Back, and End keys. The top of the phone is adorned with a screen lock key on one side and a mute key on the other.

As a device, the Storm has given loyal BlackBerry users and new BlackBerry subscribers a touchscreen phone -- the defining trend in smartphones.

Available Features

  • Camera (3.2 MP)
  • Built-in GPS
  • Media Player
  • Video Recording
  • BlackBerry® Maps
  • Wireless Email
  • Organizer
  • Browser
  • Phone
  • Corporate Data Access

Size and Weight

4.43 inches (112.5 mm)

2.45 inches (62.2 mm)

0.55 inches (13.95 mm)

5.5 ounces (155 grams


  • High resolution 480 x 360 pixel color display
  • Transmissive TFT LCD
  • Font size (user selectable)
  • Light sensing screen
  • Supports over 65,000 colors
  • Screen Size: 3.25 inches (diagonally measure

Camera & Video Recording

  • Camera: 3.2 MP camera with auto flash, auto focus, 2x digital zoom
  • Video Camera: Depending on the amount of built-in memory available for use, a third-party microSD card may need to be properly inserted into the BlackBerry smartphone to enable the video recording feature

Data Input & Navigation

  • SurePress™ touch screen
  • On screen keyboard: portrait SureType® and Multi-tap, QWERTY landscape
  • Dedicated keys: Send, End, Menu, Return

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Saturday, January 24, 2009

Windows 7 : the Next Vista ?

The next big version, the one that was supposed to fix everything that was wrong with Vista, is here (at least in pre-beta form), and I can now say -- with some confidence -- that Microsoft has once again dropped the ball.
Just as slow as Vista. In fact, Windows 7's performance is virtually identical to that of Vista SP1 on the same hardware. If you were unhappy with Vista's CPU-hogging, memory-sucking ways, Windows 7 will provide little relief. And don't start with the whole "it's still in beta" crap. This is NO beta – at least not at a kernel-mode level.
Just as consumer-focused as Vista. Home Groups. Media Sharing. Federated Search. All very cool. All very slick. And all very much irrelevant to the enterprise desktop customer (though the Search stuff might be useful in certain scenarios).
Just as confusing as Vista. Microsoft has once again moved stuff around in the UI. After baffling its loyal users by completely upending the XP UI, Microsoft has decided that it wasn't satisfied with the end result.
Overal Evaluation:
looks pretty needs work people need more time to tinker with it, and well if it is Vista with a name change I will advice not buy it.
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