Quantcast
  Facebook Connect Twitter Connect RSS Feeds
  • Brands
  • Search
  • Contact

Articles tagged with: GUI

HP Launches Enticing TouchPad Infomercials

Hewlett-Packard has finally released the videos we’ve all been looking for, videos demonstrating the awesome new features on the new HP TouchPad. The four new videos demonstrate HP Synergy engine, Just Type for searching, Multitasking with cards, and an all-new notifications system for the webOS tablet design.

The first video demonstrates synergy, a way to consolidate information from e-mail sources, calendars, social networks, photo sharing sources, and social media comments, including automatic updating.

AMD 9-Series Motherboard Goes Live

AMD is set to launch its 9-series chipset this week, in efforts to bring next-gen technology to computer enthusiasts around the world. The new chipset was designed to complement AMD’s Scorpius desktop platform, a platform that will feature the 8-core “Zambezi” processor and support AMD Radeon HD6000 series graphics cards.

The 9-series chipset will be the first to support AMD’s AM3+ socket processors, as well as offer backwards compatibility with earlier generations.

Google Plays With A New Mobile Layout

Google has started to deliver a new update on its mobile platforms. The new interface has a simpler, cleaner look and gives users some new options to make their mobile experience just a bit smoother. The user-interface allows for easier navigation to YouTube, Gmail, and other frequently used apps.

The new interface also carries a dedicated search panel that contains the bare bone essentials (Google News, Video, Finance, Maps, iGoogle, Books, Youtube, and Blogs Search). Through the new menu, search results are filtered down and displayed by colorful icons (ah, time to get cozy with our favorite technology!)

Nvidia GTX 560 Hitting Stores Today

Nvidia is grinding gears, but in the best possible way, with continued use of its DirectX 11 GPU (graphics processing unit). The company is offering the perfect median between the current GeForce GTX 550 and the GTX 560 Ti. This time, without the Ti, the company is releasing the new GeForce GTX 560 and is touted to be a replacement for the current GTX 460 1GB.

The new GTX 560, released today, will have an identical number of CUDA cores, texture units, and ROPs, but will have an overclocked system, increasing performance. I am currently running an Nvidia GTX 470 in an Antec 1200 case.

Team Fortress 2’s New Feature: Replay Editor

Team Fortress 2 players, listen up! There’s a new in-game feature called the Replay Update that allows gamers to record their best moments and later edit the footage. If you’re a pro sniper, tactical demo-man, or all-out backstabbing spy, make sure you record your awesome footage so you can share it with all your friends!

With the new Replay Editor, you can show people how many legitimate headshots you can earn at the start of a round and even make use of different camera angles, motion blur and antialiasing. Probably the coolest part of this new feature is that gamers…

Get Google Talk 1.3 For Your Android Phone

According to XDAdevelopers, Google Talk 1.3 has surfaced along with the new Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread operating system. With the new Google Talk, Google has also a new Gmail IM that supports video calling! Now, we’re talking! It feels like Android is getting one step closer to the iPhone each and every time, while avoiding trips to the Apple Store to get the unit fixed.

Fake Mobile Anti-Virus Scanner On The Loose

There is a mobile anti-virus scanner on the loose that is posing as a cure-all for malware, but is in fact the exact thing it is supposed to fix. The program reports that it has identified two threats in the cellphone of the victim and pretends that is has encountered an error while trying to fix. The program then provides the user with an error code as a reference to the error scenario. Before this all happens of course, a user will first launch the “scanner” to be displayed a friendly user-interface.

Apple’s Cloud Music Platform, Coming Soon!

Apple sources have recently reported that it will soon release an online music storage cloud-based service. The launch is expected to arrive before Google’s version of cloud-based solutions. With Apple’s new online storage system, iTunes users will be able to store music on a remote server while given the rights to access their songs from different devices. Although Apple hasn’t yet signed any licenses with record labels regarding this service, many are eager to begin the talks.

Evoluce Connects Kinect To Windows (Video Proof!)

Evoluce is a German firm that offers gesture control computing with a natural user experience. They offer powerful three dimensional depth-sensing technologies, coupled with intelligent software to produce direct and intuitive interfaces. This allows a wide range of possibilities for gamers, consumers, businesspeople, teachers, and folks in the medical industry. The latest generation of Evoluce large format displays offers true multitouch and precise gesture control performance.

Evoluce has once again impressed tech consumers all around the world when they ported an Xbox Kinect to Windows, via…

Sony Ericsson XperiaTM X10 With Gingerbread

On its blog, Sony stated that although they didn’t originally plan to upgrade their mobile operating system beyond Android 2.1 Eclair, things have changed. They are proud to announce that the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 will ship with Google’s Android 2.3, Gingerbread. When will it be on the market? Expected Fall 2011. They claim that they’re upgrading to Android’s latest mobile version due to the wants and needs of their customers. Although this upgrade will come as an excitement to many, be aware that some features…