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Articles tagged with: beijing

Huawei Launches Vision With Android Gingerbread

Huawei, though not very successful in the smartphone industry, just keeps on pushing smartphones in the market. A recent example of Huawei, was their Ideos smartphone series had not been very successful because of bulky designs and average specs.

But now, it seems as if Huawei has learned a lesson. The company announced it’s all-new Huawei Vision in Beijing today. Although it is not a high end smartphone, it packs some pretty nice features and hardware. It will come loaded with Android Gingerbread 2.3 and some sort of “3D interface”.

Alibaba To Launch Mobile Operating System

Alibaba is one of the E-commerce leading companies of China. The company recently announced in Shanghai that it is planning to launch a mobile operating system; which means, the company will be joining the two colossal OS industries i.e. Google and Apple.

Alibaba is also going to roll out its first smartphone next week in Beijing.

CyberPad C100 Unveiled At Intel Developer Forum, Beijing

The CyberPad C100 was unveiled at the Intel Developer Forum in Beijing. The 10.1-inch device comes in three flavors; 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB Solid State Drives. The tablet has a 1.3 megapixel front facing camera, two USB 2.0 ports, one mini HDMI, one micro SD card and a SIM card slot. The device will also give users the option of running whichever mobile operating system they choose, so long as it’s Android Gingerbread, Windows 7, or MeeGo.

We are unaware of what the pricing will look like but based on the specifications and customizations alone I would guess it’ll be on the more expensive side.

Next Generation Television Watches Your Every Move

Intel demonstrated a focused on camera that recognizes both facial and gesture input at Intel Developer Forum, Beijing 2011. The demo begun by showing an avatar being controlled by having the camera map on the user’s face. This mapping allowed the user to control the avatar’s head movements as well as the facial features, enabling the avatar to laugh, smile, frown, or look confused.

The gesture recognition allows users to control and navigate the user interface with the wave of a hand. This hand waving allows photos to move from right to left, zoom in and out and rotate pictures in clockwise or counterclockwise directions. The next demonstration showed how the software uses facial recognition to determine how many males and females are present in the room, their age, and their emotion (happy or sad). The application uses this information to…