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Google Eric Schmidt all but confirms Nexus S at Web 2.0 summit .....~!

Guys! the Google CEO Eric Schmidt teased the next Android phone on everyone’s mind at today’s Web 2.0 Summit. As Schmidt showed off an “unannounced device” that he declined to name, a camera man zoomed in and showed a device  the Nexus S that was leaked last week......!
Doubters can now settle down and face reality. More data about this phone is sure to emerge within the next month based on the path we saw during the Nexus One leak saga (and practically every other device released in the past two years)......!

Schmidt also shared the following insights:

    * The Nexus S held by Schmidt is clearly tied to T-Mobile.
    * Phones will have mobile payment options soon, something we’ve always known. It appears that Google will work with delivering multiple payment options, including Google Checkout, via technologies like NFC chips.

""Angry birds "" also coming to Wii, PS3,Xbox 360.....!

"Angry Birds," one of the most successful mobile games in history, is taking its bird-slinging game mechanics to a new platform: the traditional game console. Rovio, the company behind the popular iPhone and Android game franchise, says that it is working on a version of the game for the Xbox 360,Wii and PS3.......~!
There will be a lot of pigs in Angry birds 2 and as we know angry birds is really addictive game specially for android users........!

Guys ! don't buy ipad coz the new ipad2 is coming .......!

The screen size will remain as it is i.e 9.7 inchs and it will be running the same retina display as of iphone 4.. in addition, a probable front facing camera would be in fitting with request of many current ipad users.......!If the rumour is true, then we might expect an official announcement possibly early next year for first quarter release, put the ‘iPad 2′ in direct rivalry with the Blackberry Playbook.... i still yet to see any actual leaked images  or prove so do take this as a Chinese whisper for now.....!

The all new Sony Ericsson Xperia x12(Anzu) leaked....! (having android 2.2 with 1.5 ghz processor)

A bomb in front of xperia x10 extreme improvements are being made in front ....!

The next Sony Ericsson XPERIA flagship model has been leaked. It’s codename is Anzu and will supposedly be released as the XPERIA X12.Eldar Murtazin has confirmed that this will be called the XPERIA X12. The first thing that strikes you about the device is the really slim waistline and the large screen. . . . . .!
The phone does look very thin and we guess it’s easily below the 10mm thickness mark. The handset has a 4.3 "" display and HDMI output. The pictures show the phone running on Android 2.1 but sources say that the phone will be shipping with Android 2.3 Gingerbread preloaded.
They say that the camera can capture Full HD video and we can see that it has an LED flash from the pictures. So it may be one of the first mobile phone with 1080p Full HD video recording. It also has a front facing video call camera.

Some things are definitely improved on over the X10: the display has native hardware multitouch support, and it is much more slimmer (though not necessarily more quality-feeling in the hand). However, there’s still only 720p HD video capture (with an HDMI output), though that can’t be tested on this particular prototype since the 12-megapixel camera doesn’t work properly......!
I find this phone really amazing just waiting for it's release.....!

Android Gingerbread features | Version 2.3 announced....!

Guys! while everyone is trying to anticipate on Apple iPhone Operating System 4 and Android Froyo version 2.2 there is announcement of the next step of Android Mobile Operating System – The ‘Gingerbread’ that is predicted to be featured as version 2.3 and already work on progress. Apple & Google both are trying to win the mobile operating system but as we know that Apple iphone a linux based hardware system can run Android on it but ios can't be run on any device except apple device...!
The Android operating systems are based on Linux kernels so with ever advancement of a kernel release, the Android gets one step ahead. The Froyo, featured as Android Operating System version 2.2 is based on Linux kernel version 2.6.32 which is expected to be released shortly for commercial use. The next version of Android operating system, Gingerbread will be featured upon Linux Kernel version 2.6.33 or 2.6.34 on no longer than end of this year......!

The Gingerbread is expected to contain following characteristics :
  • Bugfixes based upon its predecessor operating systems.
  • Open source video codec that can replace flash.
  • Enhanced advertising algorithm.
  • Advanced Navigation System.
  • HTML5 or higher standard specs.
  • Native video embedding in web pages that will enable viewing of any video without acquiring specific codec.
  • Enriched & more interactive User Interface.

Guys! am really very excited for the release of update Android 2.3 ........!


HTC Desire HD detailed in appropriately HD video

Feeling like you're insufficiently saturated with Desire HD info? HTC's got your back, as usual, with one of its expansive video overviews, setting the specs and features you already know about to a background of soothing music and cutesy visuals. Nothing wrong with that, we say, and it makes for a great sales pitch if you're trying to convince your significant other of the life-changing benefits of purchasing said handset. Skip past the break, set your eyeballs to 720p mode, and enjoy the show.

Samsung Galaxy S meets Froyo by month's end for T-Mobile UK customers

Android phones and their eternal struggle to get the latest version update, it's a book that needs to be written. It was only last night that we were hearing that the Froyo upgrade for Spanish Galaxy S users would be pushed back till late October, yet today our emotions are swung back the other way by news of T-Mobile UK promising the exact same update by the end of this month. If our solar calendars are accurate, that means there'll be no more than a 10-day wait left for T-Mo customers using this 4-incher. We'll bug the other UK networks as well to see whether their 2.2 updates are in the mail or still lost somewhere in the frozen isle.

Motorola Droid 2 ripped to shreds, where's an astromech when you need one?

It's been less than a full day since Verizon's Droid 2 hit shelves (or two, if you count Sam's Club) but the fine folks at iFixit have already managed to make their phone explode into... 24 pieces, if we're counting right. Amazingly enough, the internal construction is almost exactly the same despite Motorola's near-doubling of the horsepower (and addition of 802.11n) inside. You'll find a nigh-identical logic board, speaker, camera and LCD screen -- not to mention the exact same battery, which means original Droid owners will have a handy swap -- and what looks like the exact same steps (but Torx screwdrivers required) to take the clever puzzle of plastic and metal apart. Not that you'd necessarily want to do the same to your new handset -- It's days like this we're glad iFixit is here to take that bullet for us.

Internet Explorer 9 Beta launching September 15th, might enter a beauty pageant

Once again, the whispers were true. Microsoft has proudly announced on this fine day that September 15th will mark the official launch of the Internet Explorer 9 Beta, but details beyond that are scant. We do know that the Big M will hold a gala in San Francisco to celebrate "The Beauty of the Web," and once it hits the tubes, you'll need either Vista or Windows 7 to use it (sorry, XP loyalists). 'Course, it remains to be seen if IE can catch up to Chrome and Firefox in the technical department, but at least you can start preparing your existing squeeze for somewhat of a letdown next month. Let 'em down easy, okay?

Daily gadget deal: $309 off Dell Studio 17 Core i7 Quad-core laptop

Here’s LogicBUY’s latest gadget deal of the day for a Dell Studio 17 Core i7 laptop. Today’s deal will get you $309 off this high performance notebook which sports Core i7 720QM 1.6GHz (2.8GHz Turbo mode), a 17.3″ HD+ 900p LED-backlit LCD, on board is a 1GB ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4650 graphics card which should pretty much guarantee satisfaction in majority of entertainment / gaming needs.
Here’s LogicBUY’s latest gadget deal of the day for a Dell Studio 17 Core i7 laptop. Today’s deal will get you $309 off this high performance notebook which sports Core i7 720QM 1.6GHz (2.8GHz Turbo mode), a 17.3″ HD+ 900p LED-backlit LCD, on board is a 1GB ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4650 graphics card which should pretty much guarantee satisfaction in majority of entertainment / gaming needs.

BlackBerry Torch teardown offers few surprises, much like the phone itself (video)

The new BlackBerry flagship has been put through one of the more important ceremonies of acceptance into the smartphone world: a teardown. The CrackBerry crew have disassembled a Torch to see what makes it burn and produced some glamor shots of naked hardware for us to gawp at in the process. As you can see by the exploded shot of the phone above, most internals are either integrated or soldered down, but this undressing does afford us an opportunity to take a look at the biggest novelty in this new BlackBerry, namely its slider mechanism. It's impressively thin, rated for 150,000+ cycles, and yours to witness on video just past the break.

Chinese iPads ready to attract market attention

As expected, China has successfully launched iPads for the global market. The original Apple iPad isn’t yet available worldwide henceforth we are pretty sure that the Chinese versions are going to attract some amount of attention (we are already giving them some publicity by writing about them here!) The best part of these huge looking iPads is that they are just the rough versions. “This is just the first rough version,” Lin said in Cantonese. “While the shape isn’t quite the same, the external appearance is very similar to the iPad, so we don’t think it will affect our sales that much.”

Dell Streak: Android powered 5-inch tablet

When it comes to Dell, we all know that Dell is a great manufacturer of computers so there’s no wonder that Dell’s new tablet has so far already gained so much attention. Many Dell users will be pleased to hear that Dell has officially confirmed that they are working on a tablet called Streak.

MSI presents first external graphic card

There have been all sorts of external devices both for laptops and for desktop computers, starting from external hard drives to DVD burners. However, has there ever been an external graphics card? We thought that the idea of external graphic card had been canceled out but MSI is first to present us the first external graphic card for laptops.


You Are the Controller!!!

Introducing Project Natal, a revolutionary new way to play: no controller required.  See a ball? Kick it, hit it, trap it or catch it.  If you know how to move your hands, shake your hips or speak you and your friends can jump into the fun -- the only experience needed is life experience.

"For us, this E3 is about breaking down barriers – between generations, between games and entertainment, and most importantly, between dreamers and the future – in a way only Xbox 360 can."DON MATTRICK

"This is a pivotal moment that will carry with it a wave of change, the ripples of which will reach far beyond video games"



Android  phone launched by sony (XPERIAX10) [it's the best phone i have ever seen ]

Sony Ericsson Xperia series currently constitute high end and costly smartphones on Windows mobile platform. We recently covered the price and specifications of Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2 with latest Windows mobile 6.5 professional mobile operating system. So far we don’t have any Android based mobile device from Sony Ericsson. Finally Sony Ericsson is about to enter this promising mobile platform with upcoming XPERIA X10* aka Rachel. We have already seen so many leaked photos and spec sheets Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10, even before Xperia X2 came into existence. Rumors suggest the name of this Android 2.0 powered phone as Xperia X3, Xperia X5 and Xperia X10. But we believe it to be Sony Ericsson Xperia X10
Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 Rachel specifications :

The official specifications of Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 will be available on November 3 . Now we have the partial specifications of this dream phone, based on a leaked brochure.

According to the brochure, Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 Rachel will have a the same 1GHz Snapdragon processor that is used in Acer Liquid and Motorola Droid. It would be the second phone to host Android OS 2.0 . Besides this Sony Ericsson XPERIA  X10 would also include 8.1 mega pixel auto focus camera with HD imaging, massive 4 inch capacitive touch screen and 32GB internal memory .

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 Rachel price in India :

Sony Ericsson XPERIA  X10 will be the first Android phone to include a camera that is more 5 mega pixels.  Considering other factors like the processor, inbuilt memory and screen size , we expect the India price Sony Ericsson XPERIA  X10 to be around 35000-37000 INR.

Updated: Sony Ericsson announced the specifications and launch date of Xperia 10 .

Android 2.0 OS, 1GHZ Snapdragon processor, 262K 4 inch touch screen with 854 x 480 pixels resolution, 8 mega pixel camera with auto focus and LED flash, secondary front camera, 1GB internal memory and 256MB RAM, 8GB inbuilt expandable upto 16GB, accelerometer sensor,WiFi, 3G, EDGE , GPRS, GPS, 1500 mAh battery, Youtube and other Google applications, HTML web browser.

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 is expected to be launched on the first quarter of 2010. Price and carrier based plans will be announce later.

Expected price range* : 775-850 USD

Update: Sony Ericsson announced Xperia X10 pro and Xperia X10 mini at MWC 2010.

Update: T-mobile UK announced their price plans for Sony Ericsson Xperia X10. They provide this phone free for £35 plan with 24 months contract.

Update: Sony Ericsson launched Xperia X10 in India. The price of the handset is Rs. 35795 excluding taxes and other charges.

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The iPad has a 9.7-inch (25 cm) LED backlit multi-touch display with a pixel resolution of 1024x768, 16 to 64 gigabytes (GB) of flash memory, a 1-gigahertz (GHz) Apple A4 processor, Bluetooth 2.1, and a 30-pin dock connector to sync with iTunes and connect wired accessories.

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