May 14, 2011

Review Roundup: HP Veer 4G

HP Veer 4G is the first of series of mobile devices HP will be releasing this year based on webOS 2.0. And many analysts believe that Veer would show where HP is heading with webOS after acquiring Palm last year. So, the main question, how does the new webOS 2.0 based Veer 4G from HP stack up with other smartphones on the market?
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Panasonic Lumix G3 – Smallest and Lightest Digital Interchangeable Lens Camera with a Viewfinder

Panasonic today announces a new addition to the LUMIX G Series of Compact Systems Cameras (CSC), the LUMIX DMC-G3, the company's smallest and lightest digital interchangeable lens camera with a viewfinder to date. This new class of CSC offers a lighter weight and smaller size not seen in traditional DSLRs, thus providing greater portability and creative control. The LUMIX G3 features a new 16.0-megapixel sensor that produces rich, true-to-life, high quality images, plus 1920 x 1080 full-High Definition (HD) video recording capability with stereo sound in AVCHD.
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May 12, 2011

It’s Chrome Day at Google I/O with Chromebooks from Samsung and Acer (Day 2 Keynote Video Added)

If day one of Google I/O 2011 belonged to Android operating system, day two was all about Chrome. Keynote on second day showcased features in upcoming Chrome browser, Chrome OS and devices based on Chrome OS. Here is a brief list of all Chrome related announcements Google made at second day Keynote:
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May 10, 2011

Other Things Google Announced at Google I/O 2011 Keynote (Video added)

The two main things that were announced by Google at the Google I/O keynote today were the new Music service and Android 3.1. However, those were not the only two things that Google announced at the keynote, Google talked about the future of Android (Ice Cream Sandwich), new APIs in upcoming Android OS, growth of Android platform and a new movie rental service for Android. Here is a brief list of announcements Google made at the Google I/O 2011 keynote:
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Google Music – Upload and Stream Your Music

Google today launched the much rumored music service that allows you to upload your personal music collection up to 20,000 songs online for streaming access anywhere, anytime. The service automatically syncs your music collection based on preferences you have set. According to Google, key features of the Music service are:
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