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[8 Mar 2012 | No Comment | ]

Cricket has been often referred to as ‘a Gentleman’s Game’ for a very long time. But not everything in cricket is gentle these days. It has become more fierce, aggressive, competitive and unfriendly game. The gentle and friendly matches played long ago are all gone. These are days of clashes among titans, prove-a-point games, tight and pressure games, money making games and a lot of other factors that have made the game wilder than ever.
Another major change in the game is the involvement of technology. Technology has made the game …

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[5 Mar 2012 | One Comment | ]

PureView technology developed by Nokia for its Symbian 808 smartphone will soon be availabel on Windows Phone.
At the Mobile World Congress (MWC), Nokia introduced several smartphones including a Symbian Belle FP1 having the feature of taking a 41 megapixel sensor. Called the Nokia 808 PureView and developed in collaboration with the photo specialist Carl Zeiss, the latter would more accurately capture photos in 3, 5 or 8 megapixel camera with an oversampling technology to condense 7 pixels within a single pixel. Concretely this mechanism greatly increases the quality of digital …

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[4 Mar 2012 | 4 Comments | ]

A good graphics tablet is an essential tool of the graphic designer’s trade. As graphics tablets have become more affordable, software designers, students, and even hobbyists, have started looking seriously at investing in the ease of a pad and stylus.  The market is crowded with products, so here we show you the best in class for graphics tablets.
Best for Mobile
The Trust Flex Design graphics tablet is a paper-thin device that rolls up to go.  The non-slip backing makes for a robust and comfortable surface, and the 1,024 pressure sensitivity levels …

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[3 Mar 2012 | No Comment | ]

You’re old fashioned. You’d rather read a real, ink-on-your-fingers newspaper than read the news on a smartphone. And as much as you like your digital camera, you swear that the Polaroid effect just doesn’t compare to the real deal.
Now you can have the best of both worlds. You must know that by now, there’s an app for everything. Even nostalgia.
Below are seven cool apps to make you feel young again.
1. booki.sh
Melbourne-based ebook start-up booki.sh is trying to close the gap between old-fashioned books and ebooks. You can purchase a book …

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[1 Mar 2012 | No Comment | ]

Acer presents the Glow, an affordable smartphone running Android 4.0. A brand manager talks about a sale price set at 240 euros … without subscription. While the mobile is equipped with a processor running at 1 GHz, we find that the reactivity is still to go.
This year, Acer had no stand on the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. We still could see the entire range (tablet and mobile) in the presence of Wahid Razali, product manager of the branch smartphone.

The Acer Liquid Glow is powered by a Qualcomm MSM8255 single-core …

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[26 Feb 2012 | No Comment | ]

In addition to the ViewPad 4 and 10s, the manufacturer also announced the ViewSonic V350, a smartphone “dual SIM” can therefore easily juggle between two phone lines. ViewSonic puts the terminal in a market professional, although its performance remains relatively modest. Indeed, the smartphone embeds a Qualcomm chip clocked at 600MHz with 512MB of RAM. The 3.5-inch display offers a resolution of 480×320. Here are some additional detials about ViewSonic V350:

Android 2.2 operating system;
micro-SD card reader;
WLAN, 3G, USB microphone;
GPS chip, digital compass, a proximity sensor and light;
5 megapixels camera with …

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[25 Feb 2012 | One Comment | ]

The iPhone thus far seems to be the most preferred and widely used device. Any productive app on this device seems to be welcomed with red carpet. As technology keeps showing its might, one wonders ‘what on Earth can the mobile apps not perform for its master’. Very soon the answer would be ‘NONE’. And to justify this, here is yet another task the iPhone apps can perform for you – they can translate languages for you.
Here is the list of the top apps that can make your life in …

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[20 Feb 2012 | No Comment | ]

After the Pure-Fi Express Plus (who had to return disappointed), Logitech has a new dock clock radio iPod and iPhone compatible. He promises more features than its predecessor, we’ll try to see what is really
Unpacking we find a dock with a streamlined design, different from that proposed by some models of the brand. The case is very plastic and lacquer coating promises many cleanings, this texture grip easily dust and fingerprints. The S400i also displays substantial dimensions (220 x 170 x 92 mm): He will take up space on a …

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[27 Jan 2012 | 2 Comments | ]

In the context of a market with dozens of different models from many players, smartphones manufacturers looking for ways to differentiate themselves and continue to a growing market but must be increasingly shared by all.
It is already clear that the strategy of occupation by many market models observed in 2011 cannot work over time, except perhaps for the larger players such as Samsung, and 2012 should be less hectic in this area.
This year, the idea is rather to seek to create iconic models, capable of being sold millions of copies, …