Posted by A Ocean on August 3, 2010 ·
This one was just round the corner – few hours ago Blackberry’s Canadian maker Research in Motion launched the eagerly awaited Blackberry OS 6 at a press event in New York . To say RIM has a lot riding on BlackBerry 6 is an understatement. With new kids on the block like Android and iOS stepping in with drool worthy apps and attractive User Interfaces, the BlackBerrys (along [...]
Posted by A Ocean on August 3, 2010 ·
Apple’s acquisition of online streaming music company Lala.com last year was seen as the Cupertino based company’s foray into cloud computing services, it made sense. Google already was successful in its cloud based ventures (gmail, picassa and related services), Microsoft was focussing big time with online collaboration getting extra focus in Office 2010 version. When Apple [...]
Posted by A Ocean on August 2, 2010 ·
Windows Phone 7
Windows Phone 7 debut is not formally announced but, the news of its launch is now in open thanks to Kevin Turner, COO of Microsoft who has let slip that Windows Phone 7 handsets are set to ship in U.K. and rest of Europe this October.
Technology blog Engadget was the first to post a video about the comments made by the Microsoft Executive. “[It] has been tough – this [...]
Posted by A Ocean on July 12, 2010 ·
If you always wanted to create your ideal Android app for yourself , but were limited by your coding skills, here is your chance. Google has unvieled a new software tool that lets just about anyone make apps for mobile phones that use its Android software.
With App Inventor, you can build just about any app you do not need to be a developer for that. App Inventor requires zilch programming [...]
Posted by A Ocean on July 10, 2010 ·
YouTube has announced at the Vid-Con 2010 conference that it is now launching support for videos shot with 4K cameras, which are a new generation of very high resolution video cameras, usually out of the reach of most amateur filmographers.
“Today at the VidCon 2010 conference, we announced support for videos shot in 4K (a reference resolution of 4096 x 3072), meaning that now we [...]
Posted by A Ocean on July 9, 2010 ·
Google and China has always been at loggerheads, however, here is a piece of positive news , China has renewed Google’s licence in a move that allows the web giant to continue operating in China. Google has confirmed that Beijing has renewed its ICP license — the rights one needs to host a site on its own domain in China. Without that Google would certainly be on the outs, but [...]
Posted by A Ocean on June 18, 2010 ·
YouTube - Broadcast Yourself
Google announced the launch of cloud-based YouTube Video Editor which is a basic video-editing system for the world’s largest video sharing website, through this feature you can edit your videos inside YouTube itself.
Apart from making it makes it easier to edit videos uploaded to YouTube, Google takes another shot at Microsoft’s Windows Movie [...]
Posted by Ruk Cooray on February 2, 2010 ·
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All you need to know about the iPad
Posted by Vlad Ionesi on October 28, 2009 ·
Now that the Apple iPhone 3GS has video capability, people need to be able to take professional photos and create amazing videos. I am sure you already saw a lot of these photos and videos on the World Wide Web. But why would you use the iPhone to make videos when you can use a camera for this? The answer is because a good camera costs twice as the Apple iPhone 3GS. You might say that the quality is [...]
Posted by Vlad Ionesi on August 11, 2009 ·
Did you ever consider spying on someone? Perhaps you suspect your brother or sister or even your pet. Well, in case of a pet, disguising the camera as a watch doesn’t really matter, does it? However, since it is so cheap, you can still buy it. The best part comes when we are talking about human subjects! Let’s see what it has to offer.
First, we are very interested in the image quality. The hidden [...]