Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Some of the gadget which will become popular or will rule in 2009 are ..............

As computing and web-based applications will become popular in 2009 so 2009 will belong to netbooks such as the tiny Asus EEE PC. SONy NETBOOK is one of them which is stylish compact device coupled with an -inch widescreen LCD. By use of chips like Intel Silverthorne abd Dimondvulle Atom processors, and the Nvidia Tegra which will push performance while taking machines closer lasting all day on single battery.


Ninntendo has announced the new land enhanced 'DSi'. It features two lickable 3.25 inch screens, the bottom one being the touchscreen. It also provide SD card slot, on which one can store music ot photos you click. Another important features is its .3 megapixel camera. It will cost around $190.

After LCD and Plasma sets flattend themselves to no end, it's turn to TVs with organic Light Emitting Diode(OLED) screens. OLEDS are capable of richer colors and are way thinner than even the most anorexic LCD. Samsung recently showed off its 40-ich, OLED TV- and it was just 8.9 mm thick.


Hybrid Blu-Ray is another double layered disc which enable us to store same movie in two different format. Top layer could store the BLU-Ray version while the lower layer will store in regular DVD. If you just own a DVD player you can still watch a movie that release on this HYBRID DISC and enjoy hi-def splendour once you buy a Blu-Ray disc player.

Sony Ericsson C902 Cyber-shot™ Camera Phone – Luscious Red

Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Do more than just talk with the multi-functional C902 Cyber-shot™ camera phone. Packed with features, this device has a 5.0 megapixel camera with Auto Focus, Face Detection and a built-in xenon flash with red-eye correction. It's also easy to share your photos with friends using picture messaging6 or posting them to a blog.9 In addition, this phone is a full-functioning music player with a built in FM tuner. Also available in Swift Black.

5 Megapixel camera
Stylish and slim with an innovative design, C902 gives you a true Cyber-shot™ camera experience with 5 megapixel camera. 16x digital zoom with auto focus, an image and video stabilizer, Photo flash, BestPic™ technology with light, Auto rotate, Face detection technology and Photo fix are few of great features included. All these come together for high quality pictures. Photo flash will turn on automatically for pictures and you can now use light with BestPic™ technology and when recording videos. A picture can be easily shared with friends and family via picture messaging6, email9 or blog9. Pictures can also be transferred to another phone or computer using any available transfer method, such as Bluetooth® technology3 or USB cable. The camera is protected by a lens cover and the horizontal user interface allows for easier camera handling.

8 Camera touch keys
If you need to adjust the camera settings, onscreen touch keys appear above and below the camera viewfinder. They act as shortcuts to commonly used camera features such as shoot modes, scenes, time and more.

Face detection technology
The camera brings an off-center face into focus if there are people in the picture. The camera will find and focus on a face and make it look sharp. No more blurred faces on your pictures!

BestPic™ technology with light
A unique function for Sony Ericsson camera imaging. Taking a single picture or even a burst of pictures does not always catch the moment, which may have been just before or just after the camera key was pressed. BestPic™ technology is designed to solve this problem. Press the camera key half way down and the camera starts capturing pictures. Press the key fully down, and nine pictures appear automatically. The pictures range from left (just before pressing the camera key fully down) to center (camera key fully down) to right (just after pressing the camera key fully down). The center picture is the default picture, but not necessarily the best one. Browse the picture series and save the best pictures. BestPic™ technology has been updated and can now be used together with light.

Auto rotate
Capturing a portrait photo with a horizontal camera usually results in a picture that must be rotated when viewed. Auto rotate registers picture orientation when the picture is taken, whether in portrait or landscape mode, and saves this information with the picture. When viewed, the picture appears as the orientation with which it was taken.

Photo tags
Navigate through your captured photos and thousands of downsized photos transferred from your computer. View captured photos and video clips in an intuitive timeline view. Play animated slide shows with music and different moods. Tag your photos to find them faster. The built-in sensor in the camera ensures that all photos are rotated correctly.

Motion Control Gaming
Play games on your phone in a new way with Motion Control Gaming technology. You can move your C902 to control gaming functions in a similar way as a game controller. Tilt the phone forwards, backwards, left or right to accelerate, decelerate, turn left or turn right. Additionally, with Java™, users can download9 new games and skill levels to further enhance their entertainment experience.

Cost: $549.99

For Details On Specification:


With integration of Panasonic BLU RAY DISC player and home theater receiver, surround sound
speakers, and HD plasme deliver the best in BLU RAY technolgy.

Some Of The Features of Panasonic Blu Ray Disc are:


Panasonic Uses P4HD that enables the panasonic Blu-Ray Disc Player to process 15 billion pixel per second
which results into an astounding depth and clarity rendered in rich, vibrant colors.


The Hd images when coupled with 7.1 channel surround sound give an
remarkable experience of viewing.
From delicate sound of misty cloud to the thunderous boom of
concert hall Panasonic brings you magnificient sound that embodies both
power and purity.


Panasonic uses EZ Sync HDAVI control that links the operation of your entire panasonic home theater
system, making it easy to enjoy beauty of HD entertainment and BLU RAY technology.

For More Information: CLICK HERE


Monday, December 29, 2008

Kobian has launched a new series of widescreen monitors in India, dubbed the 'mercury'. The 19- inch mercury 1990 LCD comes with a native resolution of 1440x900 pixels, and a contrast ratio of 2000:1.
Packed in a .0.3mm thin aluminium cabinet, the device boasts of a viewing angle of 160 degrees, DVI and VGA port, and uses less than 400W of Power.

Cost: Rs 7,500
For Detail: CLICK HERE

FaceBook, SMS and Videop Games Enhance Kids' Social Skills

Us Researchers from University Of Florida have found that by exploring and tinkering with social network sites, Online games, and gadgets such as mobile phones, kids are picking up basic social and technical skills in a setting that is more self-directed and free than a classroom.
They also learn a lot through trial and error and from their peers and online communites.

So Parents start involving your child in these social networking activites but in controlled manner and through proper guidance...

New Philips Luxe MP3 Player

Saturday, December 27, 2008

The new Philips Luxe MP3 player, which can also sync up with mobile phones via Bluetooth to answer calls using its built in microphone.
The 21gm device features a tiny singleline LCD display, and is fitted with flash memory that can be used to store MP3 and WMA audio files through the USB port. Equipped with the proprietary FullSound technology for better audio quality, the new gadget boasts of up to 10 hours of music playback or 4 hour of talktime.
The Luxe, which also supports FM Radio will be put on the market in January.

Cost: $89 for 2GB (Rs 4,300 approx.)
$99 for 4GB (Rs 4,800 approx.)

So guys keep visiting this blog and get informed whenever this gadget will be launched in the market..........

For Details: CLICK HERE


Thursday, December 25, 2008

Now classical musicians could have good reason to be worried as japan's Waseda University's new robot flautist makes no mistakes. In fact, it plays the challenging musical score of the 'flight of the Bumblebee' almost flawlessly.
The Waseda Flautist No 4 Refined iv was unveiled two weeks ago at he BioRob 2008 conference in Arizona, USA.
Research on the Musical Robot began in 1990, with aim that it would eventually rival human musicians. The robot has been designed with a human like quality that allows it to engage with audience, making in a contender for concert performance in the future.
The eyes of the robotic flautist have cameras that facilitate its interaction with the audience and other musicians, so we could soon see it playing duets with people, the researchers say.
In a technical breakthrough, the robot's mouth and lungs have been carefully designed to mimic the expert control of a professional flautist.
The scientists hope to make the robot sophisticated enough to achieve better human computer interaction and then teach music pupils.


Wednesday, December 24, 2008

As laptop sales increase in India, samsung has forayed into the 'notebook' pc market with the NC10. Sporting a 10.2-inch widescreen LED display with a native resolution of 1024x600 pixels, the device comes with Windows XP. Powered by the 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270 processor, the 1.33 kg mini-notebook boasts of a 160GB hard drive, 1GB RAM, dual speakers, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0, 3-in-1 memory card slapt, and a built-in 1.3-megapixel Webcam. The NC10 also claims a battery life of around eight hours on a single charge of tes 6-cell lithium-ion battery.

Cost: Rs 28,477

For More Detail:CLICK HERE

Windows Live MAil Reverts To Old Hotmail interface

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

The Windows Live Hotmail Team announced oh their blog that users can now opt for an interface without the reading pane, akin to what Hotmail looked like before the Windows Live changes made last year. TO make the change, users will have to click on the option tab in the account, and choose 'Off under Reading pane setting'.

The LaVie Laptop:

NEC has come up with their latest laptop computer, the LaVie.
The LaVie is equipped with intel core 2 Duo processor P8600(2.4GHz), 4GB RAM
a 45.4 inch widescreen TFT display. The notebook will start retailing
internatonally this month.


Monday, December 22, 2008

The German Federal Agency for security in Information Technology(BSI) reported a security hole in VLC Media Player, which allows attackers to use rigged Real Media files to install malicious software onto the user's computer. Victims have to just open the manipulated media file to be infected. All VLC versions prior to version 0.9.8 can be attacked, and users are urged to upgrade to the latest version immediately


Scientists at US university of Massachusetts Dartmouth-Professor Gaurav Khanna and PrincipalInvestigator Chris Poulin-have created a step by step guide to building a home brewed supercomputer that can also help reduce the cost of research computing.
Found on, the resource illustrates how to create a high performance supercomputer by using a soy playstation 3(PS3) in a grid.
"Science budgets have been significantly dropping over the last decade," Khanna said.
"Here's a way that people can do science projects less expensively. This new website will show people how to move forward."
Typically, scientists rent supercomputer time."A simulation can cost more than 5,000
hrs at $1/hour at any of the supercomputer facilities. For the same cost, you can
build your own supercomputer and t works just as well,"Khanna said."Plus you can use it over again and again.
The guide to bulid the PS3 grid is freely available to the public under na open source license.
As of now scientists are seeking input from industry and researchers to determine
future project direction.


Those looking for a complete home theatre might want to consider sony's new new Blu-Ray disc player(BDP-S350), and its highly-compatible home theater system(HTSF2300).
Amongst its myriad features, the BDP-S350 features an external port to enable extra storage capacity, and it can also upscale standard definition DVDs to near HD quality. Even if the DVD is old and scratched, the player promises minimal degradation in picture quality. And then there's the 1,000 watts HTSF2300 home theater system that promises "a powerful listening experience" from its 5.1 channel surround sound. The gadgets are also equipped with proprietory Sony technology that lets one operate both devices with a single remote control.
In adition, sony's set up system caliberate all speaker according to its placement, distance and delay.

Cost: Rs 24,990 and Rs 36,990 respectively...

For More Detail: CLICK HERE

Microsoft issuing emergency fix for browser flaw

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Here is a good news people who are using IE as their browser.... as Microsoft has issued an emergency fix, rated critical', for a security hole in its Internet Explorer browser on 17 Dec, 2008. The vulnerability allows criminals to take over victims' machines simply by steering them to infected web sites. People With windows Update feature activated on their computers will get the patch automatically. The software giant urged other customers to test and deploy the update as soon as possible.

So, people browse safely on IE by downloading this patch.

Serious flaw in Internet Explorer not fixed yet

Users of Microsoft's Internet Explorer(IE) might be vulnerable to having their computers hijacked because of a security hole in the browser. The flaw lets criminals commandeer victims' machines by tricking them into visiting Web sites tainted with malicious programming code, according to antivirus maker Trend Micro Inc. Many security experts are urging IE users to use another browser until Microsoft release a patch to fix the flaw.


Monday, December 15, 2008

ASUS recently launched its latest Eee PC, the 904HA. Weighing a mere 1.4 Kgs, the gadget is laoded with an intel Atom N 270 processor, 1GB DDR2 RAM, 160GB SATA harddirve, an 8.9 inch screen, high speed connectivity with Wi-Fi 802.11b/g, and even a 1.3 megapixel Webcam.
The device that boasts of a 6-cell lithium ion battery.

cost: Rs22,990

For Detail: CLICK HERE


HTC has launched an upgrade to its popular Touch handset, the Touch 3G. Sorting a 2.8 inch touchscreen TFT, the phone is powered by a 528MHz processor and is fitted with 192MB RAM and 256MB ROM- expandable via microSD. Running on Moblie 6.1 and the proprietary TouchFLO navigation system, it boasts of a 3.15-megapixel camera, built in GPS, A-GPS, Pocket Office, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.

Cost: Rs 28,450

For More Detail: CLICK HERE


Sunday, December 14, 2008

Epson has recently launched an entry-level A4 scanner targeted at homes and small offices. Weighing in at 2.2 kilograms and measuring just 41mm in height, the perfection V30 boasts an optical resolution of 4800dpi and 48-bit colour depth. The device also features four one touch button for common scanning tasks such as copy, start, scan to Email, and scan to PDF. What's more? Users can also customise these buttons to suite personal preferenses.

Cost: Rs 4,999

For More Detail: CLICK HERE


Intel is joining hands with mobile giant Ericsson to develop a new chip that allows a user whose laptop has been stolen to remotly disable access to the device, via SMS. The chip will also be fitted with mobile bradband technology that sends back a GPS signal of the Laptop's current loaction, letting the user to track down the stolen Laptop.


Friday, December 12, 2008

The MotoYuva W396, Motorola's latest flip-phone, seeks to please those looking for an inexpensive handset with the most basic of features. Sporting a 1.8 inch TFT with a resolution of 128X160 pixels, the device can store 1,000 phonebook entries and about 750 SMSes in its memory, that can be expanded up to 2GB vis microSD card. The gadget, which comes equipped with a VGA camera, features GPRS, pop-port USB, stereo FM radio, and support for various regional languages such as hindi, bengali, tamil and telugu.

Price: Rs 4,424



Friday, December 5, 2008

Genius recently launched a new hi-def camcorder in india, the G-Shot HD55. Offering up to 2x digital zoom, the device boasts of a 5-megapixel CMOS sensor, which can record 720p resolution videos at 30 fps. Users can also click 8-megapixel still images all of which can be viewed on the tiltable 3-inch screen. The camcorder is powered by a lithium ion battery and four AAA backup batteries; and stores data on SD memory cards of up to 4GB.

cost: Rs 13,285

For details on the G-shot HD55: CLICK HERE


Thursday, November 27, 2008


• Size: 102 x 51 x 18.05mm
• Weight: 165 g
• Connectivity: WCDMA / HSPA: 900/2100MHz. HSDPA 7.2 Mbps
• Operating system: Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional
• Display: 2.8-inch VGA touch screen
• Camera: 3.2MP, with the second VGA camera for video calling
• Internal memory: 512 MB flash, 288 MB RAM
• Expansion Slot: microSD memory card (SD 2.0 compatible)
• Keyboard: Slide-out 5 row QWERTY keyboard
• Bluetooth: 2.0 with EDR
• Wireless: WiFi 802.11b/g
• Interface: HTC ExtUSB (11-pin mini-USB 2.0 audio jack & TV out in one)
• Battery: 1340 mAh
• Talk time: GSM: up to 8 hours
• Standby time: GSM: up to two-weeks
• Chipset: Qualcomm MSM 7201A 528MHz


Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Nokia India finally launched its competitor of the iPhone, the 5800 XpressMusic. The handset sports a 3.2 inch TFT touchscreen(coupled with proximity sensor and a accelerometer) that displays at a resolution of 320x640 pixels. The device comes equpped with a 3.15-megapixel camera with a Carl Zeiss lens, and a secondary video call camera. For music afficionados, the 5800 XpressMusic offers a 3.5mm audio jack, and supports myriad music formats as well as stereo FM radio. Packaged with an 8GB microSD card, the gadget boasts of built GPS and A-GPs, 3G, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, USB, Java, TV OUT and Nokia-specific services such as Maps and newly launched Music Store. The company will put it on shelves in january.



Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Intel recently launched its new core i7 processor which boasts of four processing cores on a single piece of silicon and automatically cuts down power usage when the chip os doing less. Each of the chip's four cores can handle two different 'threads' or processes at once. The new features translate into improved speed for calculation-intense operations such as video editing and games, while reducuingpowe or battery consumption


Friday, November 14, 2008

Sony Ericsson Mobile Communication launched its new Xperia X1 in New Delhi on 13th November. The device features a 3-inch touchscreen TFT, along with a slide out full qwerty keyboard. Running on windows Mobile 6.1 and touting a proprietary multi-panel interface, the 3G habdset is equpped with a 3.15-megapixel camera, secondary video call camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, FM Radio, built in GPS and A-GPS, Pocket Office, and 400 MB of internal memory that can be expanded via microSD card.
Price: RS 44,500


BenQ's latest notebook, the Joybook R45, sports a 14.1 inch widescreen LCD with a native resolution of 1280X800 pixels. The device is equipped with a 2.0GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, 512MB RAM that can be expanded up to 4GB 12-250GB hard disk, DVD writer, and an nvidia Geforce 8400M video card. Along with twin 1.5W speakers, the device also boasts of a 2-megapixel Webcam, 4-in-1 memory card reader, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and a 6-cell battery.

For more detail:CLICK HERE
Cost: RS47,000


Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Intex technologies recently launched an entry level phone for multimedia users, the IN 4444, sporting a 2 inch TFT screen, the handset boasts, of a 1.3 megapixel camera with 5X digital zoom. Other features include support for FM radio, 3G, Bluetooth, and also up to 2GB of expandable memory via T-Flash.
For details on phone visit:CLICKE HERE
Cost: Rs 4,999

Nikon D80 Review

Two and a half years ago Nikon announced the six megapixel D70, their first affordable enthusiasts digital SLR, it proved to be a very popular camera and strong competitor to the Canon EOS 300D (Digital Rebel). Just fifteen months later Nikon revealed the D70s which was essentially the same camera with a some subtle tweaks (improved AF, wider flash coverage, higher capacity battery, larger LCD monitor). And so just over fifteen months on from the D70s Nikon present the latest incarnation of their 'enthusiasts' digital SLR line, the ten megapixel D80.
The D80 slots nicely between the entry-level D50 and the semi-professional / professional D200, clearly based on the D70 design but also different enough to be seen as a completely new model. It features a ten megapixel DX format CCD (the same we presume as used by Sony in the DSLR-A100), the metering sensor from the D50 and numerous other items taken or modified from the D200.

UPDATE 18/Dec/06: In our original review a mistake was made in the measurement of the ISO sensitivity of the Canon EOS 400D as used for comparison, this has now been corrected and the releveant pages of this review updated.

Key features
10.2 megapixel DX format CCD (1.5x FOV crop)
Image processing engine (similar to D200 / D2X)
3D Color Matrix Metering II, 420 pixel sensor (same as D50)
11-area AF system (new version of Multi-CAM 1000, similar to D200)
Custom Auto ISO (selectable maximum ISO, minimum shutter speed)
Configurable high ISO and long exposure noise reduction
Mechanical only shutter (maximum 1/4000 sec, flash sync to 1/200 sec)
Quoted 80 ms shutter lag (short viewfinder blackout; 160 ms)
Larger, brighter pentaprism viewfinder (x0.94 magnification)
Support for SD-HC (SD cards over 2 GB in capacity)
In-camera retouching
D-Lighting (shadow / highlight enhancement)
Red-eye reduction
Filter effects
Small picture
Image overlay
Compact body (smaller, lighter than D70/D70s)
Improved menu user interface (same as D200)
Higher capacity EN-EL3e battery (provides detailed information, same as D200)
Wireless flash integration (same as D200)

Panasonic 103 inch PDP Widescreen - $70,000

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Panasonic 103″ PDP offers a 16-bit widescreen progressive display featuring full HD (1,920 x 1,080) resolution, a contrast ratio of 5,000:1, and 4,096 equivalent steps of colour gradation. The 2 Mega Pixel resolution is comparable in size to four 50″ Panasonic plasma displays.

New image-enhancing technologies reproduce crisp, film-like motion images at 1920 x 1080 pixels. The Real Black Creation color-enhancing feature produces high-contrast and rich, deep blacks. A Contrast Management system that optimizes the contrast for each individual portion of the image displayed and a high-precision Motion Pattern Noise Reduction circuit adjusts the image to optimize picture quality by detecting motion patterns that generate noise.

Luvaglio’s First Luxury Notebook - $1,000,000

-based bespoke luxury goods Game-Guide-Polo creator Luvaglio has created the first million dollar laptop. It incorporates a 17″ widescreen LED backlit screen, 128GB SSD and a slot loading Blue-Ray drive. A very rare coloured diamond piece of jewellery doubles up as the power button when placed into the laptop and also acts as security identification.

Luvaglio’s initial clients will be chosen for selection as they have already established trust with them. Clients will be able to design their own laptop by visiting Luvaglio’s showrooms at two or three well known upmarket stores, whereby their selection of materials, finishes and accessories will be available to view and a choice selected.


Sunday, November 2, 2008

Formula 1 fans of the vodafone McLaren Mercedes team might be interested in Aigo's U disk MP4-22. The 2GB USB drive is enclosed in an F1-inspired body design; complete with the team name emblazoned on its exterior. And its sliding mechanism ensured that the drive is well protected when not in use.
Retail at : Rs 2,100
Click here for more detail


Saturday, October 25, 2008

Motorola recently released its YUVAZN200, fitted with a 2-megapixel camera and 8x Zoom. Sporting a 1.9 inch TFT screen with a resolution of 176x220 pixels, the slider handset boasts of 30MB of internal memory that can be expanded up to 2BB via microSD. Other features include bluetooth 2 with A2DP, JaVA, MP3, FM radio-all this with a battery that claims to last for eight and half hours of talk-time, or 340 hours of standby time.
For details on the gadget, which will set you back by Rs 6719, visit

Pre Order Zune 120 GB

Friday, October 17, 2008

With Wal-mart dropping the Zune 80GB from their inventory and rumors of a 120GB Zune being just around the corner, some opportunistic sellers on Amazon have decided to jack up their prices for their remaining 80GB Zune players. Maybe we're wrong but if memory serves don't the prices for older hardware drop as the newer versions become available? Apparently not, as we've watched the current going price for the Zune 80GB rise from $250 to a whopping $499 as of this posting. We hope everyone out there knows that paying more than the listed retail of $250 for a hard drive Zune player right now is sheer lunacy. We suggest you consider pre-ordering the 120GB Zune for $250 instead. Amazon lists the new Zune's street date as September 12th!

Zune 80GB on Amazon for $499

New iPods for 2008 - 4th Gen Nano

By now you've heard the news that Apple has released their new iPod nanos for 2008 and they've added some fairly impressive and fun features. The new nanos now have a "shake" feature (first seen in the Sandisk Sansa Shaker) which randomly chooses a new song each time you shake your nano. The displays are improved sporting a 2 inch widescreen with 320x240 resolution at 204 pixels, and there are two models to choose from: 8GB or 16GB. Spoken menus allow you to hear the name of the menu, song title, and artists without viewing the screen which means you can operate your nano without ever having to look at the screen. In ear headphones with microphone (sold seperately) will enable voice recording, and the new nano has a rounded case which (we assume) will make it easier to hold in the hand. Overall we're kinda impressed by these new nanos, however with Samsung's P2 and Y10 players sporting built-in Bluetooth connectivity and the Zune's wireless feature we're a little confused why Apple isn't untethering ALL their players and allowing for better unwired connectivity and accessory options.

I Sleep on my Laptop with iSleep

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

As a freelance writer, I live by my laptop. Sometimes, I work a little too hard and I just want to get a little bit of sleep. When I do, I usually just push my laptop aside and uncomfortably turn my folded arms into pillows.

Perhaps this is why Ivonne Dippmann designed the iSleep pillow. The purpose of the iSleep is to make that uncomfortable piece of plastic and metal and turn it into a place to rest my head.

In all honesty, I never tried to use my laptop for a pillow because it is just plain hard. I am also worried about messing up the insides of my laptop by putting the weight of my head on it. The iSleep solves this weight problem by attaching to the laptop’s exhaust vent, and the warm air inflates for some nice padding on the iSleep.

Not only is the pillow warm, but it has an integrated speaker that will play music. I can only assume that your laptop programs what tunes you will hear as you drift away to dreamland. There is even an alarm tone to wake you up when needed, and I’m not certain if that is part of the iSleep or you have to program the laptop for that.

So far, this iSleep is only a concept, but it is something that I could certainly use.

Is Apple killing competition in its App Store?

Friday, September 26, 2008

Apple's iron-fisted control of the iPhone is starting to draw protests from some software developers who wonder if the company’s policy will end up squelching competition.

In at least one recent case, Apple appears to have denied approving a software program, Podcaster, for the iPhone, that could be considered competitive with the company’s own offerings or plans.

Apple not only makes the iPhone, but also controls its operating system and has absolute authority over what programs can be added to the device.

Apple’s iPhone 2.1

Sunday, September 21, 2008

With millions of iPhones already sold all over the world, Apple has recently updated their software for their iPhone and iPod touch. According to Apple’s official website, the update is available for only $9.95. My only question is simply this; why isn’t it free? This really is an all in one gadget combining SatNav, 3g Internet, an iPod as well as an endless list of applications for you to add.


Thursday, September 11, 2008

Those looking for a widescreen hi-def LCD monitor might want to check out BENQ's new offering, the EHD. The 21.5 inch screen displays 16.7 million colours at a native resolution of 1920x1080 pixels. The device boasts of a response time of 5 milliseconds, and a contrast ratio of 1000:1. Other features include input HDMI and DVI, dual speakers, and a 3.5mm audio jack.

Price:Rs 13,500
More details at:


Sunday, August 24, 2008

If you are looking to lug around huge amount of data, you might want to check out sony's latest and newest range of USB drives. The gadgets- known simply as micro vault 'Click'-have no caps to lose, and employ a 'clicking action to extend its connector. In addition , the device is also equipped with an LED indicator that illuminates when it is connected to a computer.

For more details on the gadget that is avilable in 1GB(Rs 400), 2GB(Rs 1060) and 8GB(Rs 2000)


GROM USB Car Interface

Thursday, August 14, 2008

The GROM USB Car Interface from GROM Audio is an accessory that aims to simplify the playback of media files on an original car stereo.

GROM USB Car Adapter enables you to bring your favorite media collection in a car, easily access it, shuffle songs, skip between tracks, and adjust volume — all of this only with OEM car stereo head unit or multifunction steering wheel controls. An exclusive technology and best-in-class audio decoder brings up a new level of listening experience - clear sound not poisoned by long wires and media player line out drivers. Extended control capabilities allow managing thousands of songs limited only by USB device capacity. Just connect your USB memory stick to your car stereo system through GROM USB Car Interface and enjoy the ride!

Unfortunately at this point in time, the GROM USB MP3 Car Interface only supports Audi, BMW, and Volkswagen car stereos so those with other makes will just have to wait. There are plans to increase its compatibility to work with Acura, Chrysler, Honda, Mazda, Mercedes, Škoda, and Toyota as from September 2008.

ASUS release new high-end EeePC

Sunday, August 3, 2008

Today many laptops are available in market but ASUS has launched one after one and they introduce some latest designs and technologies in their laptop. Now they announced about its 10-inch high-end EeePC.

The ASUS high-end EeePC has included some interesting features such as 120GB HDD or 32GB SSD expandable memory and Intel’s dual-core Atom processor. They are launching it in Korea market and it comes in September end in market.

Keruve GPS Watch

Sunday, July 27, 2008

Now a days technology are so advanced that you can keep an eye on anyone you like whether they are you’re loved ones or your enemies. This is now possible only through the Keruve GPS Watch. You can keep an eye on your kids, your girlfriends, your wife, your enemies, and your relatives. If you want to track their mails and Internet use, or to simply know that where they are in every waking minute, you can do so by just clicking a mouse in just a few seconds these days. The latest spy gadget introduce in the market to enhance your attentive eyes need is the latest Keruve GPS Watch. With this device, you can track or follow someone’s every move, accurately.
The Keruve GPS Watch requires a unique mechanism. This watch will not be able to submerge as it is a waterproof and you don’t have to worry about its features they are very reliable. This watch works like a home detector and also it won’t allow loosing the watchful eyes of yours. It looks like the regular old watches, but it will be requiring an exclusive device for removal. This watch comes with its handset, which will guide when you are beyond your boundary limits. You can gift this smart Keruve GPS Watch.

Pet's eye view camera

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Sometimes we come across gadgets that really get us excited! However after we read the specs of said gadgets more closely our little gadget balloons get deflated. Case in point, the Pet's Eye View Digital Camera. This compact digital camera attaches to your your pet's collar and is made of ultra durable water-resistant ABS plastic. Photos are shot at 640x480 resolution at intervals of either 1, 5, or 15 minutes. Sounds great, so what's the catch? According to the product description there's only enough internal memory to hold roughly 35 photos, which means at best you're only going to capture a little over eight hours in the life of your pet before you'll run out of space. (No mention of a memory card slot to add extra memory either, bummer.)

Panasonic launched The World Smallest Camcorder

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

When Camcorder joins our daily life, capture all our precious moments, even company us traveling around the world however because of the size of the oldies camcorder which was big, we got trouble in taking care of it. However now, Panasonic launched SDR-S10 “The World Smallest Camcorder” measures 1.2 x 2.5 x 4.5 inches, 10x optical zoom, 2.5-inch LCD. With the ability to record on SD/SDHC format, Panasonic reveal that a 4GB SDHC memory card will allows 100 minutes recording time whereas the 2GB SDHC memory card will allows 50 minutes recording time. SDR-S10 designed in a stylish look, easy shooting that allows you to shoot your precious moment comfortably in the palm of your hand. Watch the stunning pic of the smalles camcorder after the break.

USB Optical Mouse And Sd Memory Card Reader

Saturday, May 31, 2008

Those clever little Japanese just can't stop themselves shrinking things. If there was an MBE for spotting brilliant functional design, then our colleague Mr Hashimoto would have a lapel full of the blighters. Because there's nothing more clever than the gadget he found on a recent trip to his Asian mother country. Like him, it's small, perfectly formed, is dashed useful in a tight corner, and can pretty much go anywhere.

This is mouse unlike most other mice. A king among mice, you might say. It's an ergonomically beautiful mouse, easy on the hand and good on the eye, with one superior modification. It has an in-built SD and MMC card reader, meaning you can save vital USB port space by combining two gadgets in one.

Upload and download to your heart's content. Images, music and more. For this is a mighty mouse when it comes to data transfer, and an accurate mouse when it comes to navigation. Boasting the very latest in infra-red spatial technology, it has dispensed with the hated roller-ball to glide smoothly over most flat surfaces to move your pointer or cursor to its intended destination with pinpoint accuracy. Best of all, it is a fleximouse that is eager to please - and can connect easily through either USB or standard mouse ports.

High precision 800dpi optical resolution
Built-in SD/MMC card reader
USB mini connector
CPU-mouse cable adapter
Retractable 75cm cable
Dimensions: Height: 3.0cm Width: 5.0cm Depth: 9.0cm
Weight: 0.0Kg

E-TEN Glofiish X500+ VGA Pocket PC Phone Unwrapped, Again

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Initially released in the Asian market, the Glofiish X500+ Pocket PC handset has again shown off its charisma with a bit of improved features to brag about. E-TEN has released the enhanced Glofiish X500+ phone that boasts to double as a computer with its Windows Mobile 6 and VGA display.

Claiming to be its first device to show off high-resolution VGA capabilities, the pocket PC phone is proud to display up to four times the resolution than the prior E-TEN models. Its bigger 2.8-inch 65,536 colors, TFT-LCD screen offers more pixels (640 x 480), ensuring crisp and sharp images and movie-viewing experience. The mobile phone also debuts with 3.5G connectivity, Windows Mobile 6 Professional platform and VGA display, making it an ideal product for business professionals to enjoy portability and high-end communication features while globe trotting.

Available in an ultra-thin form factor, the Glofiish X500+ also enables consumers to capture videos or photos through an integrated 2-megapixel camera with auto-focus function and 4x digital zoom. It also allows them to conduct research via browsing over the World Wide Web and even get in touch with thousands of people overseas with the help of the Windows Live for Windows Mobile suite.

Moreover, the company’s exclusive software suite such a Namecard Manager is incorporated into the pocket PC phone to organize contacts and assists owners to photograph a business card. This later takes advantage of OCP technology to recognize and dig out contact information.

During leisure time, users can get pleasure from the multimedia function and if they are more engrossed in their work, the upgraded Mobile Office application helps them to continue working while on the run. They can create and edit documents, photos, spreadsheets or presentations.

The additional features of the latest Glofiish device are 128MB Flash ROM, 64MB SDRAM with support of microSD card, an in-built quad-band GSM module, Bluetooth v2.0 +, Wi-Fi and GPRS/EGPRS.

Measuring 113.5 x 60.5 x 15.5 mm, the E-TEN X500+ ultra-thin VGA Pocket PC Phone is accessible in silver and black color choices. However, the price detail is kept as a surprise.

Semi-Official Sprint Mogul Windows Mobile 6.1 ROM Leaked

Thursday, May 15, 2008

This isn't the final official version of the Sprint Mogul Windows Mobile 6.1 firmware update—which probably means that it shouldn't be called "official"—but it has been leaked on WinMo dev sites. New features are Sprint TV, a larger Start Menu, speedier response and of course, Windows Mobile 6.1. If you're really dying for new features on your phone you can download and install it now, otherwise we'd wait until the final version is available within the next month or so.

Flyclear Card

Monday, May 12, 2008

All of us who have been on a plane know about how long you have to wait before you can board because of the annoyingly thorough check-ups you have to pass before you can go on your trip. But from now on you can leave all those controls behind thanks to the new Flyclear card. And it only costs $99.95 a year and the fee for TSA of $28.

To get one, you have to go to a Clear center and present two official identification cards. Then you have to take a photo and give them your biometric information. They suggest that you should have a US passport, but foreign people are welcomed to.

So now you can eliminate the stress from your plane trips, not worry about those hidden pierces and miss a lot less planes. The Flyclear has already been put into function but for very few airports like Orlando, San Jose and JFK and the service is not available all day long. But there are plans to expand this technology.

Faster iMac Now Available

Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Now’s the perfect time to get a Mac desktop. Apple has updated its iMac line of desktop computers today, giving it more power than ever. The US$1,199 20-inch model now sports: 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo Penryn processor 128MB ATI Radeon HD 2400 XT graphics 1GB of memory 250GB 7200RPM hard drive The US$1,499 20-inch model sports: 2.66GHz Intel Core 2 Duo [...]
Now’s the perfect time to get a Mac desktop. Apple has updated its iMac line of desktop computers today, giving it more power than ever.

The US$1,199 20-inch model now sports:

2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo Penryn processor
128MB ATI Radeon HD 2400 XT graphics
1GB of memory
250GB 7200RPM hard drive
The US$1,499 20-inch model sports:

2.66GHz Intel Core 2 Duo Penryn processor
256MB ATI Radeon HD 2600 PRO graphics
2GB of memory
320GB 7200RPM hard drive
The US$1,799 24-inch model sports:

2.8GHz Intel Core 2 Duo Penryn processor
256MB ATI Radeon HD 2600 PRO graphics
2GB of memory
320GB 7200RPM hard drive
Finally, the top-of-the-range US$2,199 24-inch model sports:

3.06GHz Intel Core 2 Duo Penryn processor
512MB NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GS graphics
2GB of memory
500GB 7200RPM hard drive

S3000, A6000 & M8000 Pavilion Slimline by HP

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Three new models of desktop PC series have been launched into the market by HP. The three models of the Pavilion Slimline series are s3000, a6000 and m8000. The first one comes with 1GB of RAM, and you can pick either a AMD CPU or an Intel CPU, but for the later you have to pay an extra 50$. If not you can buy it for 500$. The PC can be set with a low graphic card, maybe a TV tuner and a Pocket Media Drive.
You can buy the a6000 at a lower price then the s3000. It’s just 330$ but you would be throwing off some memory because it has only 512 MB of RAM. But the bright side is that it comes with an Intel CPU, a Pocket Media Drive and a graphics card. But the “jewel of the crown” is the m8000. And the price says so to. At 950$ it has a DVD drive and again you can pick between a dual core AMD or Intel processor. All three models have Windows Vista preinstalled.

Buffalo's Petite LinkStation Mini NAS 1TB Storage, a DLNA ServerFitting a 1TB into a box measuring 5.31 x 3.22 x 1.57 inches isn't all that easy, but

Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Fitting a 1TB into a box measuring 5.31 x 3.22 x 1.57 inches isn't all that easy (most NAS boxes we've seen would crush a squirrel easily) but Buffalo seems to have not only accomplished this but shoved in a whole bunch of other features as well. The Mini's got a Gigabit Ethernet port, support for RAID 0 and 1, Active Directory Support, UPS support (to shut down in case of power failure), and best of all, runs an on-board DLNA server.


Monday, March 24, 2008

Mitashi recently unveiled its new MP4 player, the KNM;complete
with feather-touch keypad. The device boasts of a 2.4 inch LCD
screen(reolution 320x240 pixels), 2GB of flash storage and a
provision to add extra storage via a mini SD card slot. The
KNM supports MP3 and WMA music formats, as well as AVI for video.
Users can also view JPEG images, listen to FM, and even record audio

FOR more information:CLICK HERE

COST:Rs 4990


Saturday, March 15, 2008

Those looking for portable data storage might want
to consider Kinston Technology's newest DataTraveler
400(DT400). The flash drive is preloaded with data
synchronisation software that allows users to work
multiple PCs by synchronising files, email and browser
settings on to the drive. In addition the device's inbuilt
secure Traveler 2 software allows the creation of a password
protected area on to the drive to keep data safe.

COST: Rs 2,225(2GB),Rs 3,665(4GB)
FOr more information and details

Videophone For Home:

Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Intellicon has launched Maia XC, Aethra's new- generation
videophone that combines videoconferencing features with
IP telephony, internet browser, e-mail, instant messaging,
photo viewer and high resolution video with typical
functionalities of a PC. Working from home or away from
office is now easier. Thanks to a wireless connection,
you can access the internet and read e-mails from just
about anywhere. Its coloured 7-inch LCD screen ensures
good image quality.

COST Rs 77,500


Thursday, February 28, 2008

Asus recently launched their new GPS-enabled PDA phone,
the P527, which is equipped with a 2.6 inch LCD touch
screen displaying 65K colours at 240x30 pixels.
Powered by a 200MHz processor and 64MB RAM, it
runs windows Mobile 6.0 on its 128MB of internal memory,
which can be expanded using microSD card. The gadget,
which has a 2-megapixel camera and a pop-port USB,
also supports FM radio, MP3, MPEG-4, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
v2.0 and ifrared.With 4-5 hours of talktime and 150-200
hours of standby time, the phone comes ready with a vast
application suite.

COST: Rs17,900

Saturday, January 26, 2008

As in today's world new technologies are coming at veryfast rate.This may be due to market competition in which each conpany wants to be ahead of other or due to desire of mankind to make things simple.Since technologies are arriving daily it is difficult forpeople to update with it, so friends this blog will helpyou by updating with latest technology, internet development and try to satisfy your urge to know about new things.

EyePoint:Look and Click


The keyboard and mouse have long been the dominant forms of inputon computer system.However, with the incresing accuracy and decreasing costof eye gaze tracking system, it will soon be common with people.Human beingslook with their eyes. when they want ot point either on the computer or in real life, they look before they point.Therefore using eye gaze as a wayof interacting with computer seems to be extension of our natural ability.


To our eye point user simply looks at desire location and presses hotkey on keyboard for double click,single click etc.The system displays a magnified view of the region the user was looking at. The userlook at the target and releases the hot key. The region around the user's initialgaze point is presented in the magnified view with a grid of orange dots overlaid.These orange dots are called focus points and may aid in focusing the user's gaze at a point within he target. focusing at a point reduces the jitter and improves the accuracy of the system.Single click ans double click and right click actions are performed as soon as the user releases the key. click and drag is a two step process. The user first selects the starting point for the click and drag with one hot key and then the destination with another hot key.


The eye tracker constantly tracks the yser's eye movements using complex algorithms tohelp filter the gaze data. It determines the user's gaze using low cost cameras to track the location of the center of the pupil.


Like wikipedia google is also going to launch a public platform and this ocean of knowledge will be named as KNOL. Thing which diffrentiate it from wiki is thatin knol photo of writter will also be displayed.


Scientists in Italy has developed a chip which will replace silicon chip whichare used now a days. This chip is made up of Hafnium material and loaded with 'Penrin'processors size of chip is only 45nm. Benefit of using Hafnium over silicon is that dielectric constant is high and can store more charge than silicon oxide.


This disc is ptented this year and has more storage capacity than that of availableDVD, Blue ray and HD-DVD. This disc can be played in DVD player, BLue ray playerand HD-DVD player.