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More details come out on Intel’s upcoming PineTrail platform – 20% less power consumption

December 3, 2009, By Thomas Antony

Intel’s PineTrail platform is their next generation mobile chipset and platform for upcoming low-power netbooks and such mobile devices. Intel’s Atom and CULV processors already dominate much of the netbook and ultraportable market and the PineTrail platform, packed with next gen Atom processors, will be smaller, more efficient and cheaper to produce.

Google Maps Navigation App now available for Android 1.6

November 24, 2009, By Thomas Antony

One of the biggest features of the Motorola Droid ( running Android 2.0 ), was the Google Maps Navigation app which offered turn-by-turn navigation features for free similar to what is offered by many other paid applications such as those from TomTom. The app comes with everything you would expect to find in a traditional […]

Nintendo to release 4” screen DSi before end of the year

October 27, 2009, By Thomas Antony

According to reports from the Japanese Nikkei newspaper, Nintendo is planning to introduce a new version of its DSi handheld console, which will replace the existing systems with 3.25” screens with larger 4” screen versions. The new version of the handheld will be priced same as the older console at ¥18900 ( ~ $205.50 ).

Google Music October 28 Release Date is intentional?

October 26, 2009, By Atul Roach

The much hyped Motorola Droid from Verizon will go public in a couple of days i.e. October 28 is no hidden fact but, on the same day, there is another service which will go public and that is Google Music. Now we all know that Google was a major force behind the development of the […]

Windows 7 – Living up to the hype

October 22, 2009, By Thomas Antony

Windows has dominated the operating system market for a really long time. It is still going strong with a market share of around 89%. Now the latest version of Windows released to markets today – Windows 7. The beta and ‘Release Candidate’ versions have been around for some time now. After Windows Vista turned out […]

Twitter-Bing and Facebook-Bing realtime search feed deals confirmed

October 21, 2009, By Thomas Antony

Microsoft today announced separate deals with both Facebook and Twitter in a what could be one the first big things for their Bing search engine. With the deal, Bing will get a real-time data-update feeds from both Facebook’s and Twitter’s networks. Microsoft is all set to announce the deal in a few hours at a […]

Barnes & Noble Nook e-reader leaked

October 20, 2009, By Thomas Antony

Barnes and Noble has been known to be working on an ebook reader to compete with Amazon’s Kindle ever since it came out. Some details about this device has been leaked and it is supposed to go on sale next Tuesday. Similar to Spring Design’s Alex reader which was announced yesterday, the Barnes and Noble […]

Acer announces book-sized AspireRevo nettop

October 16, 2009, By Thomas Antony

Acer today announced their new ultra-compact nettop, the AspireRevo R3610-U9012. It is a small and energy efficient computer that is small enough to fit behind an LCD monitor and not be seen. It is based on the versatile nVidia ION platform which enables you to play DirectX 10 based games as well as view 1080p […]

USS New York made with WTC Steel to be commissioned in November

October 14, 2009, By Thomas Antony

The USS New York is the US Navy’s latest San Antonio-class amphibious attack ship. It was launched yesterday from Northrop Grumman’s shipyard in Avondale, La. What is so special about this ship ? Seven and a half tons of the steel used in its construction came from the rubble and debris of the World Trade […]

Google pays homage to Gandhi with a Google Doodle

October 2, 2009, By Atul Roach

One of the most famous and pious souls from the last century, the great Indian freedom fighter, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, familiarly known as Mahatma Gandhi was born today i.e. 2nd of October in 1869. Google is the one that reminds us of such people with its regular doodles and today it has dedicated its Logo […]

Google Wave Invitation Out to 10 Million Developers?

September 30, 2009, By Atul Roach

Google Wave as per Google would be the next big thing in the world of the internet as far as online communication is concerned. It sure is an ambitious project and Google acknowledges the fact that there are a lot many glitches in the beta tester released today but everything is getting sorted out as […]

Apple Gets Newton Developer Back, Rehires Michael Tchao

September 29, 2009, By Atul Roach

Since we all know that Apple is not coming out with its tablet this year, Apple is leaving no one anxious and therefore it gets plenty of relaxed time to develop the product furthermore. Michael Tchao is one such individual that will help Apple a long way in making the product more effective and this […]

Google to bring out two million public domain books into paperback

September 18, 2009, By Thomas Antony

Google has signed a deal with OnDemandBooks.com, a printing and publisher firm which was the creator of the automatic “Espresso Book Machine”, to make available two million public domain books, from Google Books, as paperbacks . The Espresso Book Machine can print, cut, bind and edge a 300-page paperback, with a full-color cover in around […]

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