Nokia N8 features 12 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, Xenon flash and a large sensor that come close to those found in compact digital cameras. The Nokia N8 proposes a true home theater feel with High Definition quality movie and Dolby Digital Plus surround sound. You are able to connect the gadget to your home theatre system with an HDMI cable. The Nokia N8 allows access to local and global Web TV services that present TV shows, news program and amusement from channels such as CNN, National Geographic, E! Entertainment and Paramount directly on the homescreen. Symbian^3 brings out numerous advancements, admitting support for gestures such as multi touch, flick scrolling and pinch-zoom. The Nokia N8 as well proposes three customizable home screens which may be charged with apps…
Many Apple Geeks will love the following concept design. AS you can see, the Docking and Storage Base is a convenient tray that fits under the screen of the iMac or PC and docks everything ‘i’; iPod, iPhone, iPad. Everything an Apple Geek would dream of. The tray also provides acces to USB ports. Designer: Yaser Alhamyari
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CPb9lvHn56Y?fs=1]Revolutionary device that gives you free calls within U.S. and low rates for international callsWorks with any corded or cordless phone; easy installation with no computer required. Not compatible with Ooma Scout.Includes caller-ID, call-waiting, 911, and many other calling featuresIncludes 60-day free trial of Ooma Premier -- a suite of enhanced calling services featuresIncludes everything needed for installation; backed by 30-day money-back guarantee and extendable 1-year warranty
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dd4NCxoT6Vw?fs=1] I'm not convinced that this advanced touch screen technology will be implemented before or even few years after 2014 to a large scale. But it's interesting to see where technology could go in the next 10 years. I would love to brush my teeth in the morning and be able to read news or watch a video. It's every man's dream. If someone would have posted this video 2 years ago, I'm sure there would have been even more skeptics, but with the new iPad, the technology doesn't seem that far.
You will never guess who won this competition. Everyone has a mp3 player these days, but is there everyone that remembers back in the days when they were luxury items and so widely desired. When the first Walkman (TPS-L2) debuted in 1979, no one had ever seen anything quite like it.[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QtRNFNq3KTY?fs=1]Do you remember the blue and silver colors? The $200 music player just about formulated the concept of "personal electronics." This amazing device was built in 1978 by audio-division engineer Nobutoshi Kihara for Sony co-chairman Akio Morita, who desired to be capable to listen to operas on his frequent trans-Pacific plane trips. Read the full story behind the Sony Walkman here.Nowdays, Sony is up to date with the new Sony Walkman NWZE345BLK 16 GB Video MP3 Player. The features are…
HDR Video allows film producers to work with many arousing new features. Not alone can HDR video produce fascinating effects, it could also provide even exposure where artificial lighting is inaccessible or impractical. For instance, when an actor is backlit, one camera may be adjusted to properly expose the subject, the other the sky, resultant in video with perfect exposure end-to-end.via Engadget.com
Samsung Aqua is a concept design phone by South Korean designer of the cell phones company. The inspiration for this phone was a wet table, where the designer drew with his fingers different ideas. Finally, the concept design for Samsung Aqua was born. It is assumed that this phone will work on liquid battery, making it last long but also eco friendly.