November 6, 2010
Apple introduced the new 11-inch MacBook Air in October, which replaced mechanical hard drive with solid state flash storage delivering instant-on responsiveness like an iPad and up to 5 hours of battery life with 30 days of standby time. The new MacBook Air measures an incredibly thin 0.11-inches at its thinnest point and 0.68-inches at its thickest, and weighs just 2.3 pounds.
November 5, 2010
Panasonic Introduces LUMIX GF2 Company’s Smallest and Lightest Digital Interchangeable Lens System Camera
Panasonic announced the LUMIX DMC-GF2, the latest of the company's DSL Micro (DSLM) compact mirrorless cameras, which is Panasonic's smallest and lightest interchangeable lens system camera – complete with a built-in flash. The LUMIX GF2 is compatible with lenses from the Micro Four Thirds standard, meaning the system is small and compact, while not compromising ease of operation or image quality. Even more, the LUMIX GF2 is compatible with Panasonic's new 3D interchangeable lens, the LUMIX G 12.5mm / F12, so users can take 3D photos.
November 4, 2010
Microsoft launched their new Window Phone 7 operating system for smartphones in October 2010. Devices based on the new OS started shipping in Europe on October 21st and will ship in US in November. Microsoft’s motto for Windows Phone 7 design was “Get to everything you love. Easier and faster.” To achieve this motto Microsoft has designed the new Live Tiles interface that brings all the latest information to the start screen, and the new Hub feature that brings things like social networking, multimedia, Office apps and gaming together in various Hubs.
Below we have added links to 10 most comprehensive reviews of Windows Phone 7:
November 3, 2010
Fortune has posted an article titled “10 ways Android beats iOS, Windows and everything else”. Out of the 10 ways that author Seth Weintraub wrote in the article, we think 4 features or ways are very important and we believe Apple should copy them from Android. Apple should bring the following four features to iOS:
In past few days, market research firms NPD and Canalys have posted smartphone market share data highlighting Android’s growth as OS leader and iPhone 4’s dominance as top selling handset. Both Google and Apple gained, as RIM lost its smartphone market share.