February 13, 2009

Is Dell Adamo a MacBook Air Killer?

On Wednesday, Dell updated its Adamo website that now states, “Prepare to fall in love. Introducing a love story from Dell.” And the whole blogosphere went crazy calling Adamo the MacBook Air Killer. Before Adamo, the blogosphere has called Lenovo ThinkPad X301 and Voodoo Envy 133 a MacBook Air killer. But both of them turned out to be just another ultra thin and light notebook, nowhere as revolutionary as the MacBook Air. So is the Dell Adamo a MacBook Air Killer or just another thin and light notebook? Read More

Samsung Introduces Environment Friendly, Solar Powered Blue Earth Mobile Phone

Motorola started environment friendly cellphone race when they announced their new phone made by recycled plastic last month. Well, Samsung has one up them by announcing new Blue Earth handset made by PCM (recycled plastic from water bottles), and it features a solar panel on the back that will charge it enough to make a phone call anytime during the day. Read More

February 12, 2009

Garmin-Asus Reveals Specifications for nuvifone G60 and M20

Garmin and Asus today revealed more details about their upcoming GPS inspired nuvifone G60 and M20 smartphones. The nuvifone G60 will feature a 3.55-inch touchscreen, quad-band GSM/EDGE, 3G HSDPA, WiFi, Bluetooth, 3-megapixel camera with autofocus and geotagging, Internet connected GPS navigation, preloaded maps and automatic route recalculation. Read More

New 16GB iPhone Image Leaked, China Unicom in Talk with Apple

iPod Observer is reporting that Apple is preparing to roll out an updated version of its 16GB iPhone 3G. An image that they received from their source shows a new back design and a new model number A1303. The new case appears matte black and not glossy black found on present generation iPhone. Read More

February 11, 2009

Intel’s 2009 Roadmap: Add More Cores, Decrease Manufacturing Size and Invest in Fab/R&D

This week Intel has been talking about upcoming processor technologies at ISSCC in San Francisco. At the event, Intel showcased its first 8-core processor prototype designed for servers. The new Nehalem 8-core processor will join the Xeon family later this year and feature 16-thread and 64-bit processing. Intel also talked about its plans to salvage usable part from a defective chip by disabling the core or cache region, which is found defective. Read More

February 10, 2009

Google Releases Free Push Calendar and Contact Services for iPhone

Google has announced new beta Google Sync for iPhone. The service synchronizes built-in calendar and contacts on your iPhone with your Google account using Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync protocol. The use of push protocol keeps your calendar and contact in sync whether you access them from your iPhone or from your computer. You can add or edit contacts or calendar entries right on your device or on your Google account on the web and the changes will be immediately pushed to you various devices. Read More and Watch Video

Sony Unveils XB-Series Headphones

Sony today unveiled five new XB “eXtra Bass” series headphones designed to create a heavy club vibe with rich, powerful bass, while reproducing crystal-clear midrange vocals and high frequency sounds. Three of the headphones are over-the-ear style and two are in-ear style with brushed metal accents. The top of the line MDR-XB700 is a premium over-the-ear headphone with extra-large 50mm dome type driver optimized for bass. Read More

February 9, 2009

Amazon Introduces Kindle 2

Amazon today announced new slim Kindle 2 with longer battery life, faster page turns, over seven times more storage, sharper images, and a new read-to-me feature. More than 230,000 books are now available for about $9.99 each, many US and international magazines and newspapers plus more than 1,200 different blogs are also available for Kindle 2. Read More

February 8, 2009

BlackBerry Storm 9530 Available on Amazon for $99

Verizon is trying everything in its power to increase sales of BlackBerry Storm. On Friday, Verizon started buy one get one free program through its stores and website. And, now Verizon is selling the BlackBerry Storm on Amazon for $99 with two-year contract. It looks like BlackBerry Storm sales are falling down fast, after initial high sales at launch and Verizon is taking all possible measures to keep the sales up. If you are a BlackBerry fan you can’t get a better deal on Storm anywhere else.