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Articles Archive for Author Asif Ali

Netflix Adds Support For 16 New Android Devices!

And Netflix is getting back on track! The company promised to expand the list of supported devices, and it turns out to be true. The company currently divulged the Android application on 16 more previously unsupporting devices and you do not even need to update the application at all.

The devices include: Casio G’zOne Commando, DROID X by Motorola, DROID by Motorola, HTC Incredible, HTC Nexus One, HTC G2, LG Revolution, Samsung Nexus S, HTC DoubleShot, HTC Droid Incredible 2, HTC EVO 3D,HTC Thunderbolt…

All-In-One Wireless HiFi System By Sonos!

Sonos adds one more impressive and reasonably priced model known as ‘Play: 3’ to its array of wireless audio systems.

You can easily set up the multi-room system with access to vast collection of streaming music services. The product is priced at $300.

This Massive LCD Multi-touch Table Runs Windows 7!

Are you ready to start staring into the depths of the internet instead of the innate crumb of a long-dead tree for a small price of just $18,000? Your wish can be fulfilled by Ideum’s MT55 Platform multitouch table!

The costly table sits 31″ tall and sports a 55″ 1080p display.

Next MacBook Air, Best Student-Friendly Netbook Ever?

Speculations are that the next MacBook is going be ‘just the thing’ for students! This multiplatform gadget, because of its specification will be the most student-friendly MacBook ever, given the following specifications:

-> High-speed Thunderbolt ports
-> Mac OS X Lion pre-installed
-> Ultra-low voltage Intel Sandy Bridge Processor
-> Backlit keyboard

Windows Phone Products Enlighten!

Andrew Lees, President of Microsoft Windows Phone Division, at 2011 Worldwide Partner Conference talked about the imminent of Windows.

He stated that “in fact, if you look even at the price of smartphones, a year ago all smartphones cost over $400 when they left their hardware manufacturer. Today, they’re down to about $200, and next year, a smartphone that can run something like Windows Phone 7 will actually be down to $100 to $150. So, you’re seeing a dramatic price reduction.

Motorola Droid 3, Google’s Best Ever?

‘Droid’ is actually codename for reliability, raison d’être being uncomplicated, the palpable track record of Droid manufacturers and the Motorola Droid 3 is no exemption.

Arriving to the market recently, it has been awarded 4 out of 5 stars from Verizon subscribers via feedback on their site. Priced pretty reasonably at Amazon, it starts at only $70 along with a free $15 Amazon credit!

Facebook Editions: Porting News From Major Media

With the ever mounting antagonism, Facebook is seeking for new ways to maintain its supremacy to its 750 million users around and becoming the next social networking monster.

Facebook is taking into account to port news over from selected channels to app versions that can be read on Facebook.

Badges For Google Article Readers!

The innovative company, Google has brought in the Google News Badges in the United States, which actually motivates people for reading the articles on Google News (everybody likes to earn badges) and accordingly awards the reader digitally for reading the articles.

The service is initially limited to the US only but later on it will be expanded throughout the Globe. The service works like, initially the reader is awarded with a bronze badge, as you read more articles you receive a silver, gold, platinum and the coveted blue ultimate star.

Sony’s New CMT-CX5 HiFi Sound System!

Sony’s been existent lately. They have been working on innovative designs with another result right in front of us, yes, the company’s new home-audio system, the CMT-CX5 “HiFi”.

It was launched yesterday and could easily be mistaken for the Sony’s S2 tablet.

Your iPhone Can Be A Universal Infrared Remote Now!

And now you can use your iPhone 4, 3GS or 3G as a universal infrared remote for just about all the infrared controlled devices, a company called Mashed Pixel made that feasible. The company has pioneered a new casing called “Surc”, which the company will be displaying in CES 2011 next year.

The superior fraction to it is that you do not need to do the required annoying configuration but simple training. You can train the device by merely pressing the appropriate buttons on your real remote and the Surc automatically learns how to recreate the obligatory infrared signals.