Friday, April 29, 2011

Google Talk with video and voice chat for Android 2.3+ devices

Google Android has now become the most popular SmartPhone OS in the world. Google recently announced that its going to roll out an Update for The Google Nexus smart phones which will let Gtalk users video or voice chat right from their Android phone, whether the other users is on their compatible Android tablet, phone or using Gmail with Google Talk on their computer.

The Update is currently exclusive for the Google Nexus S users and the earlier Google Nexus One Phones. Although Nexus one will not support the video chat feature as it doesn't have a front camera, it will however support the voice chat feature. The upgrade will start to roll out soon. It will be part of the Android 2.3.4 over-the-air (OTA) update. Google says it will also be launching it on other Android 2.3+ devices in the future.

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Sony Announces S1 and S2 Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) tablets

The Smart Phone and Tablet market is getting hotter and better by the month with new manufacturers coming up with some amazing devices. Consumer electronics giant Sony finally announces to steps into the tablet scene with its two tablet devices code named S1 And S2. The news was announced in a Sony press event in Tokyo a day ago.

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

'Nckia NG' tries to bring back Nokia 7700

Seems like a long time back but just some 8 years ago the only gaming phone that gained a lot of popularity  and  actually served the purpose were the epic N-Gage and its succeeder N-Gage QD, but its all dead now. Knockoff Mobile Manufacture 'Nckia Shanzhai' is trying to bring it back with its Nckia NG and calling it the most powerful Gaming phone ever. Hey don't go crazy, Thats just a joke to call it a " Powerful Gaming phone ".

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

HECTOR: Insect Inspired Hexapod Robot

Understanding nature has always been one of the inspirations for development of Robots and automated technology. When it comes to legged robots, developers are always in the process to make Robots move as elegantly as animals to unravel the secret of nature, when it comes to movements in animals. Biologists and engineers at the Bielefeld Center of Excellence 'Cognitive Interaction Technology' (CITEC) are just trying to do that. They developed the hexapod walking robot 'HECTOR' for this purpose.

Saturday, April 16, 2011

Stealth extends its Mini PC range with new Intel Core mobile processors

When its comes to computers its all about making them small and powerful. Popular rugged/industrial PC manufacturers 'Stealth' has been making industrial and rugged PC form factors since the last 20 years. It recently announced its most its most powerful Mini PC till date. Its called the 'The Little PC 670' also called the LPC-670. This series is designed on the new Intel Core i7/i5/i3 mobile processor technology.

Saturday, April 9, 2011

YouTube adds live streaming service

The worlds most popular video sharing site YouTube has been undergoing a lot of changes these days. It gets a whopping 2 Billion views everyday, so a new service is actually a big news for a lot of people.
This past Friday YouTube on its official blog announced that its going to gradually start rolling out its new Live streaming service called YouTube Live.

Thursday, April 7, 2011

3 hacked Kinetcs and a 3D printer is all you need for a Souvenir

Using The Microsoft Kinect in the DIY space is now becoming very popular. We almost come across something really innovative done by paring kinects up with other devices almost everyday. This time its a DIY 3D printer. A team/group with the name BlablabLAB posted a video showing people on the on the streets of La Rambla, Barcelona's iconic pedestrian street posing up in front of a setup/installation to create their own little model. The video was actually shot in earlier in January this year.

Monday, April 4, 2011

Gmail Motion turned into reality

This past week on Friday Google fooled the internet by faking a new product called Gmail motion as an April Fools day joke. Google infact created a dedicated product page with a video showing how Gmail motion allows its user to check their emails by using really funny but practical gestures. Although it was just a good april fools joke from Google some guys at the California Institute for Creative Technologies took it seriously and came up with a real mock version of the Gmail Motion!