Monthly Archive: April 2011

Sony Bloggie 3D Now Available

Sony Bloggie 3D Now Available

The Sony is offering the one of the best cameras now: Bloggie 3D. The latest addition to the companys line of pocket camcorders was made available this week for $249.99 a $80 more than recently released Bloggie Duo HD, because extra dimensions isnt cheap. The camera takes a cue from Nintendos latest portable, features 2.4-inch 3D display that eschews the need for glasses. If you are not in the mood to squint, you can output the video to a 3D enabled HDTV. For your orders click on the source link

BlackBerry Bold Touch Makes Its Appearance In RIMs Website

BlackBerry Bold Touch Makes Its Appearance In RIMs Website

RIM is apparently getting to set debut a new touchscreen-equipped BlackBerry Bold Touch at BlackBerry World next week. While still not completely official, that is now been all but confirmed by RIM itself, it briefly featured the teaser picture on its website. RIM couldnt help itself and promised that it will be a bold step ahead, and it appears that this device is running in BlackBerry 7, which until recently was better known as OS6.1.

Free Android Apps Outnumber Free iPhone Apps

Free Android Apps Outnumber Free iPhone Apps

Netherlands-based mobile analytics group Distimo released that there are more free apps for Android than the iOS, at 134,342 to 121,845. The notable things are first, when one adds free iPad-only apps, the total number of gratis iOS apps increases to more competitive 132,239. And then there is Apples sometimes rigorous vetting process, it has probably played a role in its numeric slip this report doesnt highlight things like legality, repetition, or the overall number of apps dedicated. Apple has a lot more Premium apps, giving it overall lead at 333,124 to 206,143 but between Androids rapid growth and report terms iOSs relative stagnation, Distimo expects Google to take the top spot in five months time, outnumbering iPhone and iPad apps combined a rough scenario for Cupertino to stomach, but atleast the company will still have Windows Phone to kick around a while longer.

Sprint Starts Sale Of Motorola Xoom Wi-Fi On May 8th For $600

Sprint Starts Sale Of Motorola Xoom Wi-Fi On May 8th For $600

The Sprint would sell the Xoom a calendar entry here, an accessory there but there is a conforming peep from the Now Network itself. It announced it would join the legion of retailers peddling the Wi-Fi version of Motorolas tablet for $599.99 on May 8th. The carrier will start selling the Honeycomb slate soon enough, but a Xoom Sprint cellular data is a bit of let-down. For more details read the press release

Researchers Build Robot Inspired By Caterpillars

Researchers Build Robot Inspired By Caterpillars

The Researchers from Tufts University have built a robot that is able to mimic the way a caterpillar balls itself up to bounce away from predators. As you see the videos we had given, while the robot is quite bigger than the actual bug, is does indeed to do a good caterpillar intimation. The researchers says that the ballistic rolling behaviour could be used to improve on some of the many existing robots that are modelled on worms or snakes which could let them fling themselves into disaster area, and then wiggle around to aid in search and rescue operations. Dont forget to check the videos

Android 3.1 Gets Namechecked By Adobe Flash Player 10.2

Android 3.1 Gets Namechecked By Adobe Flash Player 10.2

We have been inundated with tips that there is a sticky sweet new build of Android on the way for recent crop of slates that OEMs and carriers are rolling out and that just like that last time you will need that software to take advantage of all hardware rendering compositing that your Tegra 2 silicon can afford. The 720p video playback wont be a problem this time. The Android Market item above was updated this morning to read requires an upcoming release of Android 3 rather than Android 3.1, but it is unclear whether the original number was inaccurate or Adobe got in trouble

Motorola Xoom LTE Update Delayed

Motorola Xoom LTE Update Delayed

Motorolas Xoom LTE upgrade has been delayed. Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha told that we will be seeing the Bionic, delay that we were already sulking about ans said that the company is waiting for its LTE rollout to get a little further along. So, it seems to be one less G for Xoom users until summer and no Bionic at until then. Motorola also says it shipped over 250,000 Xooms in the Q1 of this year, and managed net revenues of $3 billion. That is 22percent up from last year, which brought losses down to $.27 per share mush nicer than $.72 in Q1 2010.

NFL Mobile Apps Brings To You Live Tonight On iPhone, iPad and Android

NFL Mobile Apps Brings To You Live Tonight On iPhone, iPad and Android

The first round of the 2011 NFL draft kick off by today night 8.00PM, you can still get live updates through the NFLs app for iOS and Android devices. The NFL GameCenter apps that have been kicking around for iPhone/iPod Touch and Android phones have been updated for the 2011 season in Lite and Premium forms. The Lite form is free one and Premium just costs you $1.99 and should be able to ply on the go users with live updates and information on each pick. The couch companion intended iPad app is making its NFL Draft debut and adds on to a smaller format versions by including live NFL.com video streams.

Android 2.3.4 To Nexus S, Brings Video And Voice Chat To Gtalk

Android 2.3.4 To Nexus S, Brings Video And Voice Chat To Gtalk

Google is about to start delivering Android 2.3.4 to Nexus S devices out in the wild, and in among all the bug fixes and optimizations, users will find the addition of video and voice chat to Google Talk. You will be able to do it anywhere, by virtue of Wi-Fi, 3G, 4G or the force, and other Gingerbread devices are expected to get same improvements in time. Googles own branded handset is the only one device enjoys the freshest Gingerbread around. Dont forget to check the video.

Ubuntu 11.04 Brings New Unity UI

Ubuntu 11.04 Brings New Unity UI

Ubuntu 11.04 or Natty Narwhal, is now here and packing the significant changes from earlier editions of the Linux distro. The most obvious is arrival of Unity desktop environment, which was relegated to netbooks. It got integrated search, a combination launcher and taskbar, and app menus that have been moved to the top of the screen basically it is harvested the best ideas from Apple and Microsoft and splashed pretty coat of aubergine paint on it.

Sony PSN Outage – Sony ‘Reviewing’ PSN Refunds For Affected Users

Sony PSN Outage – Sony ‘Reviewing’ PSN Refunds For Affected Users

With Sony PSN was targeted by an unknown hacker, Sony admitted after a week of silence that users personal information has been compromised. Now an interesting move was made by Sony to get back its loyal user base. In the official FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) released in the event of the current outage, Sony sheds a bit of light about refunding money to the users.

Fake Windows Phone 7 Debuts In China

Fake Windows Phone 7 Debuts In China

The smartphones platforms are legitimated by KIRF manufacturers tenacity to rip them off, and then Windows Phone 7 has truly arrived. We are looking at a larger than life HTC-branded knock-off of the Omnia 7, replete with 800*480, 4.8 inch display with capacitive touchscreen and 1GHz Snapdragon Processor. Given the massive size of this phone, there is plenty of room for features, it some of the specs are Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and GPS connectivity, 5MP camera, dual-SIM and two microSD slots (can store up to 32GB). The device comes saddled with Windows Mobile 6.5 which has been heavily modified to resemble WP7s tile interface. There is no word yet in pricing.