Wimbledon finals are going to be shown on 3D. But the experts say that a lot should not be expected since this new era does not mean that this would be accepted by the people. It was BBC's idea to show the climax of the event in 3D.
Analysts believe that till now only 42 per cent of the families have got TV sets which are 3D enabled and not much is going to happen in the future. There is no doubt that it is the next level in TV viewing but it is sometime since the same begins to fructify.
Followers are already anticipating that the fifth generation of iPhone by Apple will have a display of the measurements same as that of the iPads manufactured by the company apart from having its features like the camera and the flash module distant from the other.
While the current iPhone 4 has the LED flash on the right of the rear camera, the iPhone 5 is rumored to have the features farther from each other as the flash shifts more towards the right.
There is something new in Mac OS X 10.7 Lion this time. It is now offering people the option of multi-screen sharing which is a move ahead from VNC remote screen viewer. In all, one can say that it is almost similar to that of Microsoft's Terminal Services.
But it does come with a difference and that is that Apple has used a Fast Users Switching so that it is able to enable the system to support multiple users who are logged on to the environment which is graphical in nature. Before the service was added, each user had to first log out and then enters into another field.
Even as iPad2 continues to be a complete sell out, Apple is facing another problem. It is so because it facing a crisis as far as maintaining stocks for its 16GB Wi-Fi iPads. These are being sold online, at a discounted rate and are the first-generation of iPad.
The levels are so low that Apple was forced to stop the sale of Apple Online Store's Wi-Fi version of the original iPads. As of now, all of the last year's 3G iPad models are in the clearance section of Apple. They are being priced in between $529, $629 and $729 for iPads carrying 16GB, 32GB and 64GB respectively.
Ubisoft, the French game making company has come up with We Dare. This game is full of stuff that is more fantasy related. That is the reason why PEGI, game rating authority in Europe has asked the company to remove its so- called 'misleading' WeDare spot from the Internet.
The report first came out in Eurogamer, where it was reported that PEGI had told the company that after a lot of study and investigation, the committee has concluded that WeDare ads do not accurately reflect the nature and the content of the product. In a way it is misleading the users.
Google Editions, internet search giant’s online e-book venture, will be launched in the United States before the end of December.
Google’s new service will allow users to browse and preview books on the web, in a move that that will allows the company to relish piece of the digital reading pie that is currently being enjoyed by Amazon, Apple and others.
User will be able to read e-books from any browser. Thus, users will not need any e-reading device as they will be able to read e-books from any PC, tablet or smartphone.
Apple has released the beta version of its iOS 4.2 operating system with many striking features intended to make company’s mobile devices better.
The iOS 4.2 adds wireless printing, folders and threaded e-mail to the Apple’s widely popular iPad. Addition of folders will bring clarity and cleanliness to the iPad. It is hard to understand why the company took so much time to add folders to the iPad as the feature had been added to the iPhone with iOS 4.
Multitasking is not a new feature to iOS 4, but it is the most important feature added to the iPad.
The SD Card Association at IFA introduced a new, dual-row pin memory card design with whopping data transfer speeds of up to 300Mbps for SDXC and SDHC devices as well as memory cards.
The unveiled dual-row pin memory card design is fully backwards compatible, which will allow equipped devices to make full use of any SD, Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) and Secure Digital Extended Capacity (SDXC) memory cards. It will be part of the upcoming SD 4.0 specification that could be launched in early 2011.
World's leading mobile discovery provider Shazam has launched significant feature updates on the App Store, incorporating its popular iPhone and iPod touch app with iOS4 multitasking and much more.
Shazam’s popular iPhone and iPod touch app allows users to listen to tracks that they do not know the name of and search a database to offer an artist, album or song title,
Now, Shazam and Shazam Encore 3.0 upgrade let users tagging songs from start-up and capturing the tail end of a song. In addition, user can keep the app open while making apps because it now supports multitasking.
The world's No. 2 memory chip manufacturer, Hynix Semiconductor, announced its robust second-quarter profits figures on Thursday as compared to the previous year figures, triggered by strong chip rates and boosted corporate demand for personal computers and hand-held devices.
Hynix deals in the manufacturing of DRAM and NAND-type flash memory.
It recorded a net profit of 664.8 billion won ($552 million) compared to a 58 billion won loss incurred the previous year.
Market data analysts Nielsen said Android smartphones have so far failed to make a dent on the big smartphone manufacturers such as Apple and RIM.
Figures show that BlackBerry, most popular in the corporate world, enjoys 35 per cent market share, while Apple's iPhone and Microsoft's Windows Mobile secures second and third places with 28 per cent and 19 per cent market share.
On the other hand, Android operating system is lagging far behind with 9 per cent of smartphone market share.
It has been reported that an iPad-native app is now going to be available on Beejive IM via Apple's App Store.
On Wednesday, it was unconfined that the iPad-only app displays a redesigned interface and the array of key features for which BeejiveIM received praise when it came in iPhone type, support for numerous accounts and facilities, conversation switching, push notifications, and file sharing.
Google is going to announce a new way of watching web content on televisions at a conference in San Francisco. The search giant will do it with the help of a kind of Google operating system.
Richard Doherty, an analyst with the Envisioneering Group said, “Google has been really itching to get at the $60 billion TV advertising market for years. It's been working on Google TV longer than even Android (the operating system for cellphones), but it's taken this long to get ready”.
Twitter rolled out its official app for iPhone and iPod touch today. It is different from the Tweetie before it, as this time the new official Twitter app for iPhone and iPod touch is free.
The new app by Twitter is technically version 3.0 of Tweetie, and when the user will install it on his or her phone, the already existing iPhone or iPod touch will permanently delete Tweetie 2.
With the growing need and demand of the iPad and its information, The Australian has come up as the world’s second News Corporation newspaper, to launch an iPad app. This is Australia’s first devoted newspaper for iPad app.
Chris Mitchell, Editor-in-Chief of The Australian, said, “The Australian’s iPad app marries the best of print and digital: its layout and browsing features offer a similar reading experience to the physical newspaper. Being digital the reader is guaranteed to be up to date with breaking news”.
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