It seems like just as you buy your new smartphone, you hear that an even better one is just being released soon. This might be the case here today, as photos of the Nokia Arrow (Nokia Lumia 820) are released from a Chinese website. However, one of the funny things about these images are that, on the bottom right corner it claims the phone only has 335 MB of RAM. This is probably due to it being a prototype, we hope. One thing we do know though, is that it will most likely be running Windows 8 (shock).
Posted in Smartphones
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Television technology has been changing since its invention. However, within the last decade the technology used on our TVs have changed so rapidly, that we’ve moved from analog, to digital, to HD, to Full HD, to 3D, and now finally to 4K TVs. Keeping that in mind, Sony has just released a 84-inch 4K Bravia KD-84X9005, but the only problem is that we’re missing a lot of content. So other than the London 2012 Olympics your going to find it hard searching for 4K content, because 4K content needs to be filmed with a 4K camera, of course. However, if you wait a couple of years, this whole playground will be changed upside down.
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- Tagged 4k, 4K resolution, 4k tv, 4kTv, 84inch, bravia, Bravia KD-84X9005, BraviaKd-84x9005, entertainment, hdpostcross, IFA, IFA 2012, Ifa2012, Sony, Sony 84-inch 4K Bravia KD-84X9005, sony bravia, SonyBravia, technology, Television, tv, xbr, xbr84-inch
Becoming a writer was once consider a hard job, that only the best could succeed in it. But, this has all changed as physical publishing is become a thing of the past, and digital printing is becoming more and more viral. If you ever decide to write your own book, you have the option to publish it on multiple platforms which include: Amazon Kindle, Apple iBooks, and Google Books. However, with this in mind, you wight want to put Amazon Kindle first as they have just announced that their digital platform has published over 180,000 Kindle exclusive books in their KDP program, that have been downloaded over 100 million times. At the end of the day, whether you choose to go with Amazon, with the KDP program or not, you’ll always have the option of self-publishing any books, plus financial investment free.
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- Tagged Amazon, Amazon Kindle, Amazon.com, Authors, becoming a writer, books, digital platform, Digital Publishing, KDP, Kindle, literature, Novels, Publishing, Satistics, Self-Publishing, Stats, technology, Writing
Amazon has been slashing down prices, and announcing a press conference for Sept. 6th, suspiciously. And to add to that, Amazon has also just decided to put the Kindle Touches availability as out of stock, today. Therefore, I could almost bet my house that Amazon is releasing a whole new Kindle line-up to rival up with the new Google Nexus and to-be-released Microsoft Surface tablets. However, I wouldn’t be too surprise if more Kindle get out of stock, or prices go down.
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- Tagged Amazon, Amazon Kindle, amazon kindle touch, Amazon.com, AmazonKindleTouch, books, e book, e books, e reader, e readers, gadgets, Kindle, Kindle Fire, kindle touch, KindleTouch, literature, out of stock, OutOfStock, shortage, shortages, technology
Samsung has decided to unveil a Galaxy Player 5.8 media player, which in other words, is an oversized Android iPod. The Galaxy Player 5.8 is named after its 5.8inch screen that is made up of a 960 x 540 LCD display. If you decide to ever open it up, you’ll find a 16GB or 32GB built-in storage, a VGA front camera, and a 2,500mAh battery to power the device. Android 4.0 will of course be the OS behind this new device, as Samsung has fallen in love with all things Android.
Posted in Small Hardware
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Apple has always tried to become the first at everything. This time, it’s different as Apple has decided to copy the whole Amazon and Google’s 7inch tablet idea. With that in mind, the iPad mini will be released sometime in October after an iPhone debut (rumored at Sept.12). Apple’s reason for separating the release dates are unknown. Probably their idea of how to increase profit margins for the new iPhone and iPad. What do you think?
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- Tagged Apple, debut, IPad, iPad mini, iPad nano, IpadMini, IPhone, MacRumors, New iPhone, NewIphone, profit margins, release dates, rumor, smartphone, Tablet, technology
Interactive advertising has always been an important goal for major brands. As the better you advertise the more sales that will increase. It goes almost by the same rules like supply and demand. Invest in better advertising and get more money. For that purpose, Sony has filed a patent for an idea that by shouting at the TV you will be able to skip commercials. This is a very unique idea for the interactive marketing world, as you are forced to insert a brand name into your unconscious mind. So in their view, the next time you head out to the store, you’ll be buying the product you were swearing at.
Posted in Future Technology
- Tagged ad, ads, advert, advertising, adverts, business, interactive marketing, marketing, McDonald, McDonalds, Patent, patent application, patent filing, PatentApplication, PatentFiling, patents, Sony, technology, Television advertisement, uspto
Submarines have evolved over the years in so many ways, that’s impossible to note them all. With these advances, submarines have been coming widely available to some second and third world countries. As not all countries are America’s friends, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), has decided to invent a submarine tracker. This tracker is called an Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) Continuous Trail Unmanned Vessel (ACTUV). In other words, no human intervention is required for the ACTUV to locate and trial submarines. The project will hopefully be completed by 2015, which would free the US Navy’s resources.
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- Tagged ACTUV, Anti-Submarine Warfare, ASW, Continuous Trail Unmanned Vessel, DARPA, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, Navy, Oceans, research projects agency, science, Submarine, Submarines, technology, United States Navy, US Navy, Vessel
All these new phones are being released and reinvented over and over again. But what do most people want? A decent and quality camera on their phone…, up till now there wasn’t a great solution out there. However, with the new Nikon Coolpix S01, which was released today, has reinvented the way people take pictures. So instead of having a big chunky camera, or a horrible camera phone, you can have a Nikon Coolpix S01 which is fits easily and snugly in your pocket at 17 mm thick and 77 mm wide. Although smaller than your phone your able to take 10MP shots with 3x optical zoom. Plus you can also take HD video at 720p. So whether this is the camera for you or not, make sure to look ahead for others to follow.
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- Tagged 720p, Android, Camera, coolpix, coolpix s01, CoolpixS01, featured, features, gadgets, hands-on, nikon, nikon coolpix, Nikon Coolpix S01, Nikon Coolpix series, s01, technology, Video
The world is pushing us towards being more green, and energy friendly. With that all aside, this Bicycle add-on lets you be green while charging your smartphone on the go for a $100. You’ll be required to pedal of course at least 12 MPH, and in result you’ll be able to charge two device simultaneously from two USB ports. So the faster you pedal the faster your phone charges. Hows that for an incentive?
Source: BikeConsole, Gizmodo