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Articles tagged with: Gadget

Google Now-A Journey From Jelly Bean To Ice Cream Sandwitch

Great news for android fans, a member of XDA developers has figured out the way of upgrading of Google Now from Jelly Bean to Ice Cream Sandwich. For those who don’t know much about Google Now, it’s actually a voice assistant for android devices rival to Apple’s siri.

Cool Eye Wear Gadget MEG4.0

After the great success of Google’s Project Glass eyewear, revealed earlier this year, Olympus has this week brought out a new display eyewear prototype named the MEG4.0.

The Olympus MEG4.0 is manufactured in such a way that it connects with our daily usage devices through Bluetooth and is also integrated with Olympus’s in-house “proprietary optical technology”.

Sony Modifies Android Honeycomb For Its S-Tablets

Although many Android fans will attest that the mobile operating system is perfect in its true form, there are still companies and organizations who think it could be made better, and Sony is among them.

Now, before you picture any major changes, stop. Sony won’t be making any ‘deep’ system changes, but more of the cosmetic type. The launcher, for example, is only slightly changed with added functionality that lets you access the network settings much easier.

Texas Instruments Will Deliver All-Day Battery In 2013

Texas Instruments has just made a very bold statement. The company claims that by the year 2013, we will have batteries that will last an entire day with regular use. Of course, what you do on your phone or tablet will make a difference.

Playing a mobile game for 12 hours will be quite different than watching HD video for that same time frame. But either way, it will be extremely useful to those who tend to forget their chargers at home, or at work.

Leak: Sony Working On 4.7″ 3D Smartphone

When will Sony choose to draw the line between smartphone and tablet? Well, I can’t answer that one just yet, but I can tell you that Sony Ericsson is planning a massive 4.7″ 3D smartphone device.

The gadget will be glasses-free and will have a super sharp resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. To put that number in perspective, that’s like transferring a standard resolution from a 13″ laptop screen onto a 4.7″ screen, offering extremely sharp images.

A No-Contract Dream For $200: Nokia 500

It looks like we may have an introductory touch screen smartphone before the famous Sea Ray debuts. The Nokia N500, a Symbian Anna powered phone, runs on a 1GHz processor (single-core), and while that may not seem like much, Symbian has been known to not use too many computing resources.

The device itself rocks a 3.2″ capacitive touchscreen with a modest 640 x 360 pixel resolution and a 5MP rear-facing camera to snap photos on the go.

Samsung Stays Competitive W/ 7″ Super AMOLED Screen

Samsung is taking their work very seriously, and will roll out an improved resolution on their current 7″ AMOLED display. In order to stay competitive with new electronics models, that seem to be rolling out on a weekly basis, it seems like we are entering a pixel war.

Just a few weeks ago, we talked about the possible iPad HD, and greater resolutions all around the table from brand-name electronics manufacturers. News of this new AMOLED shouldn’t come as much of a surprise.

Be Different With The Binatone ReadMe

If you’ve always wanted to stray from the pack, and avoid the likes of the iPad and the Kindle, read this. Electronics manufacturer Binatone, is offering a unique take on the eReader device.

It’s a seven inch Android eReader, and rocks an 800 x 400 pixel display with a QWERTY keyboard located below the screen. While it isn’t a touch screen device, you can navigate with the supplied trackpad to the right of the keyboard.

A $30 Alternative To An iPod

These days, one can find a number of ways to enjoy his music. He can listen on his trendy new iPod nano or stream from his smartphone, for example. Even though iPod nano’s are a bit costly for what you get, there might be a solution to your woes. How would you like a device which is of iPod nano’s size but it is a music player, an e-reader and a watch, all-in-one?

This cool watch-o-music player is called Timesnap. The gadget can be tied on your wrist. It’s basic feature is playing MP3 and MP4 music. The Timesnap has a large storage of 4GB which can be extended by an SD memory card up to 8GB. And to your amazement, it is also an e-reader (you might need a magnifying lens to read from such a tiny display). And of course, it’s also a watch.

First Mango Phone Delivered From Japan (VIDEO)

It was just yesterday when Microsoft announced to the world that Windows Phone 7 Mango was ready to be released to manufacturers, and today we have got wind that that Fujitsu/Toshiba will unleash its first Windows Mango phone, dubbed the IS12T.

The phone itself is a worthy contender, sporting a 13.2MP camera, 32GB of storage, and a 3.7″ touchscreen, rocking an 800 x 480 pixel resolution.

The phone looks like your typical, slender, smartphone, and carries a microUSB port, while supporting both WiFi 802.11n and Bluetooth.