Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Google Chrome supports Adobe Flash Player

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Adobe Flash Player is well known as a required plug-in for most of web browsers to plays many applications and content in the internet. When we use a browser, we have to add this plug-in and install it before you can view some flash contents in the internet but Google Chrome.

In this browser you need no to install the Adobe Flash Player anymore, because it has been bundled with Google Chrome. From Google Chrome blog is clearly explained as quoted below:

We believe this initiative will help our users in the following ways:

• When users download Chrome, they will also receive the latest version of Adobe Flash Player. There will be no need to install Flash Player separately.

• Users will automatically receive updates related to Flash Player using Google Chrome’s auto-update mechanism. This eliminates the need to manually download separate updates and reduces the security risk of using outdated versions.

• With Adobe's help, we plan to further protect users by extending Chrome's “sandbox” to web pages with Flash content.
By this feature, perhaps the use of Google Chrome as the default browser can increase significantly and can compete with Mozilla Firefox as the most popular web browser today.

Monday, March 22, 2010

Nokia E72 comes to purple edition

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Nokia plans to launch their new edition of Nokia E72 which segmented for business series. As we know that previously Nokia E72 comes in black, gray and topaz brown colors only. It though will emphasize the color for business, but it will be fun if the E72 also comes in purple.

The team from NokiaLB has uncovered the new Nokia E72 color which is purple. The look is still same as the previous series of E72, but the purple one looks more girly and perhaps it is targeted for a business women.

Unfortunately, there is no detail yet about the launching date and the exact price of this beautiful smartphone.

Via: NokiaLB

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Acer being Developed Ultra Thin Frameless Notebook

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These days, hardware manufacturers are aware that consumers are looking for highly portable notebooks and with that in mind, notebook designs are generally quite thin. Perhaps this make Acer bring a new ultra thin frameless notebook. The new notebook will come luring with a touch keypad and no back casing.

The new design uses adapted Corning’s reinforced glass substrate with printed color on the rear surface as the notebook cover. Acer in this form can save materials used with purpose the market can buy cheaper notebook. In up coming month, we can have the price and specifications of this cheap frameless notebook, we'll see.

Via: Coated

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Samsung Launches E6 eReader

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Samsung launches their very first electronic book reader, Samsung E6 eReader, with feature a six inch e-ink display with a resolution of 600 x 800 pixels. Also, Samsung teamed up with publisher Barnes and Noble who will deliver content to E6 eReader, it is capable to read file formats include e-pub, PDF/a, TXT, bmp and jpg.

This joy is not end up here, E6 eReader equipped other features include a pair of built in speakers as well as a 3.5mm audio jack, and it also features text to speech technology, plus integrated 802.11 b/g WiFi, an Bluetooth 2.0. The Samsung E6 eReader comes with 2GB of stoarge built in, and it also features a microSD card slot which will take microSD cards up to 16GB. The Samsung e6 eReader will be priced for $299.

Via: geeky-gadgets

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Sonys 3D Glasses will Cost $133

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Sony comes with its brand new breakthrough, it presents Sony 3D glasses. this glasses are to go along with their shiny new 3D LCD TVs that they intend to sell you, the bad news is that these 3D glasses are going to cost you about $133 per pair, wow...that are a lot money.

The Sony 3D Glasses are stand alone shutter glasses and you also need a stand alone infrared emitter which will cost you $55. This could end up being expensive, as a family of four would have to fork out about $587 on top of the price of the 3D LCD TV. More interesting news is if you are after one of the high end 3d TVs, as he Sony LX900 TV comes with the transmitter and two pairs of the glasses, it will cost you around $3600. well, it's saving time.

via: geeky-gadgets

Monday, March 15, 2010

Lian Li Introduces PC-T1R Spider Case

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The aluminium PC case, Lian Li, has just realeased images of its latest creation named the Lian Li PC-T1R case with hot red spider shape color. But, hey, don't fooled this is a production case will be available to purchase. we might just adore this spider case for technology purpose only.

This spider case completes with On/Off switch the new case can accept a mATX mainboard, hard drive, optical drive, PSU and everything you would find on a traditional PC case. Unfortunately there's not planned release date for the PC-T1R at the moment. But, the case will retail at €150 around $204.

via: geeky-gadgets

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Dell Mini 5 “Streak” Leaked

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The Dell Mini 5 tablet pc will be launching in the US. As we known,when the tablet does launch in the US, it’s expected to be branded as the Dell Streak. the specification of hardware on this Android tablet will include a 5-inch WVGA touchscreen display with 800×480 pixel resolution as well as an accompanying 5MP integrated digital camera with auto-focus/flash, a front facing camera for video conferencing and a 30-pin docking connector.

the most interesting with today’s leak is the variety of color finishes available including Red, Pink, Blue, Black and several custom Dell Design Studio finishes. Assuming the leak is accurate, expect to see the Dell Streak also come packaged with an Amazon content partnership deal which will result in a full suite of Amazon apps (book reader, video streaming app, audio player) bundled on the tablet. So, we just wait for the verification release and cost of launch price of course.

Via: Coated

Saturday, March 13, 2010

Google Apps Marketplace

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Google comes with its new app, it's called Google Apps Marketplace that integrates third-part cloud apps with Google Apps. this apps is over time will extent the functionality of a users Google apps account.

As Google puts it:

The Google Apps Marketplace offers products and services designed for Google users, including installable apps that integrate directly with Google Apps. Installable apps are easy to use because they include single sign-on, Google’s universal navigation, and some even include features that integrate with your domain’s data.

By integrating the applications together it allows you to directly access third-party applications from GMail for example. With various apps running such as contact sharing it can be just a matter of logging in to GMail, clicking the More tab, loading your listed 3rd party app and passing contacts quickly to another user. As time goes on there should be a huge variety arrive to help you more easily work with Google Mail and other of G’s applications.

Be sure to check out the YouTube video below that further details about the integration process.

via: coated, gadgetvenue, google blog

Friday, March 12, 2010

Casttoo cool way to have a broken bone

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Nowadays, to have a broken bone not such a painful way. Hard to believe? you have to believe, because Casttoo makes it looking pretty cool to have a broken bone. A company name Casttoo has the coolest cast covers for you or someone you know has a broken bone recently. they has various styles that available for you including several different pre-designed styles that go on casts of all sorts and sizes with drawn bones with breaks for decoration.

The coolest cover is certainly the custom one where you send the company a digital version of your actual x-ray and they print your break on a cover. In case, you don't have to explain what happened with your broken bone, you could just point to the cast picture. The custom cast covers cost as much as $40 depending on the size needed.

via: Slashgear

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Razer Plans Future Mac Support for all future peripherals

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Welcome back, Mac. It’s been a long time coming. Perhaps, it the right words to say.As known today, Razer announced at the on-going Gamer Developer’s Conference (GDC) that they are going to issue drivers for Mac users, which means users can install and use all upcoming Razer accessories. But not only stop there, they’re also releasing the driver software for previously released hardware as well. To confirm their diligence, they released the Mac driver for the Naga MMO mouse today, as well as the DeathAdder.

The company is one of the best when it comes to gaming peripherals. Devices like the Naga MMO mouse and Razer DeathAdder have become well known to the gaming universe. And now that Mac has launched itself out of the gaming afterlife, and shown that they are back in the game (pun intended), it’s no surprise that the peripheral manufacturers out there are going to jump on board as well.

via: Slashgear

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Mini microphone for iPhone/iPod

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This iPhone accessory is named as Mini iPhone microphone which designed to convert your iPhone into a voice recorder. Why shoud Mini microphone for your iPhone? The answer is only because of many things done by iPhone but voice memo recording.

The simply way is only plug the Mini microphone into your 3.5mm audio jack at your iPhone and then start recording. This accessory of iPhone is compatible for the journalist or reporter who needs to record the interview. This awesome gadget is available for $12.99.

These are the features of Mini microphone for iPhone or iPod:
  • Plug and play
  • Multi-directional adjustment
  • High quality microphone, fine sensitivity
  • Small, lightweight and portable design
  • No battery is required
  • Gains 25+ dB
  • Compatible Models :
  • iPhone 3GS, 3G, 2G
  • iPod Nano 4G
  • iPod classic 2G (120GB), 3G (160GB)
  • iPod Touch 2G, 3G
via: ThinkGeek

Monday, March 8, 2010

Bluetooth 4.0 is coming soon

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After launching of Bluetooth version 3.0 last year, the next Bluetooth 4.0 will be revealing in next 4th quarter of this year. The devices which launched after 4th quarter of this year will be embedded by this new technology.

Where the previous version needs t lease a AAA or larger capacity battery to function, this latest version just need the lower specification of power energy to run which is coin-cell batteries. It means that this Bluetooth 4.0 will save more energy than the previous one.

Interestingly, Bluetooth 4.0 is claimed that it can carry the high-speed Wi-Fi feature and allows devices to jump onto Wi-Fi 802.11 networks, where it can transfer data at up to 25Mbits per second. With those new great capabilities, hopefully it can be better solution for the energy saving devices in the future.

Via: GoodGearGuide

Friday, March 5, 2010

Multi Touch Tablet PC, HP EliteBook 2740p

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HP has launched the HP EliteBook 2740p. It comes with a choice on Intel Core i5 and Intel Core i7 processors, and a six cell battery to work for up to five hours. An optional additional of slimline battery that when combined with the standard one will give users up to eleven hours of battery life as well. Moreover, HP EliteBook 2740p features with a 12.1 inch multi touch LED display, and this convertible tablet has been designed with the business user in mind.

The HP EliteBook 2740p features integrated mobile broadband, and there is an optional two megapixel web camera, plus a card reader and a fingerprint scanner. The multi touch display works with a number of multi touch gestures, finger taps, and swipes across the screen and it can also be controlled using a stylus which comes with the tablet.

Via: Geeky-gadgets

Thursday, March 4, 2010

iLuv iMM178 Vibe Plus shakes you awake (then plays you music)

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The new iLuv iMM178 Vibe Plus is not an ordinary alarm clock, it cans “shake & wake” you up with attachment on the end of a cord. Just put it under your pillow then it'll shake you until you get up. It complete with FM digital radio and stereo speakers, together with a handy volume control on the vibra-attachment as well as on the main body of the clock.

Alarm settings allow for every-day, workday or weekend use, with two alarms in case you share a bed. It’s compatible with the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G, iPhone, iPod Touch 2nd generation, iPod Touch, iPod Nano 1st to 5th generation, iPod Classic, iPod with video, iPod 4th generation and iPod mini.iLuv is available at priced $89.99.

via: Slashgear

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

HTC Desire Ported to Motorola Droid

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The Motorola DROID had been ported by HTC Desire OS. As you've seen below, it brings a rather nice looking UI to the Motorola Smartphone. Also, it looks quite good although there is a bit of lag on screen transitions and some programs loading. It is enriched with many features do work such as the camera, aGPS and other software although the camera doesn’t have the full functionality such as being able to take pictures at 5 megapixels.

Check out the video below to see details the full functionality of what is working.

Via: Gadgetvenue

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