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nokia e97

Nokia E97 is a concept design by Fabien Nauroy, shows an incredible thought and a stylish phone. This concept phone has a complete keyboard in an AZERTY layout and there is a small LCD display above the keyboard. This envelop like design aims to set a limit between professional and personal life. The included leather case contains a second pocket to hold an additional screen. The parcel post like packaging of this phone has made it even more attractive and the best part of this concept phone is the futuristic pull-out LED display that can be used as a storage device and can create and share files or pictures.




Sony Xperia Sola with floating touch navigation

Sony Xperia Sola brings floating touch navigation now days touch screens are old:):)  You don’t even need to caress the screen of Sony’s “magicalsmartphone to interact with it -- just hover your finger over the screen to navigate through the menus.

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5 reasons to upgrade to iPad 3

5 reasons why you should upgrade to the  iPad 3

We thought it would be called the iPad 3 or the iPad HD but Apple has simply called the 3rd generation tablet the iPad. If you were an iPad one user, there wasn’t much incentive to upgrade to the iPad 2 but if you haven’t fallen into Apple’s tablet trap, here are 5 reasons why you should consider picking up the new iPad.



Retina Display:
Rumour became reality when Apple announced that the new iPad has a Retina display. The resolution of the 9.7-inch display is a whopping 2048x 1536 pixels, four times more pixels than the iPad 2. That’s over 3.1-million pixels, higher than a 1080p TV. 5MP camera:
If you thought the iPad 2’s camera was good for nothing, then a look at the all-new camera on the all-new iPad. The device has a 5-megapixel iSight camera featuring a backside illumination sensor. The camera also houses a number of features such as autofocus, tap to focus, tap to set exposure and built-in face detection. The camera is also capab…

Bellator: MMA Onslaught

Bellator Announces Its First Game

Gamers and MMA fans—prepare to fight for your very own championship title! The just-announced Bellator: MMA Onslaught is coming to Xbox Live Arcade and Playstation Network this summer.

The fast-paced, arcade-style mixed martial arts fighting game gives a new edge to MMA gaming with unique and intuitive grappling and ground game systems. Expect seamless game play without any need to memorize a long list of moves and combos.

Players will be able to design their own fighters, building their fighting arsenal from the ground up by mixing and matching hundreds of moves and combos. Players can also compete as several elite Bellator fighters, all to be revealed throughout Bellator season 6!

If you're starving for glory, take your fighter online to earn respect and gain recognition on the worldwide leader boards.

Get excited and get ready MAKE YOUR shot at the title this summer!

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1,000x faster smartphones and laptops

Terahertz bandwidth: the key to 1,000x faster smartphones AND  laptops
Much like carbon nanotubes and quantum computing, terahertz technologies have been promising miracles for nearly as long as humans have been able to distinguish water from fire. We exaggerate, but barely. A crafty team assembled at the University of Pittsburgh seems to have no qualms with moving forward, however, recently announcing a new physical basis for terahertz bandwidth. Those involved managed to have success in generating a frequency comb -- "dividing a single color of light into a series of evenly spaced spectral lines for a variety of uses -- that spans a more than 100 terahertz bandwidth by exciting a coherent collective of atomic motions in a semiconductor silicon crystal." For those who managed to make it through the technobabble, we're told that the ability to modulate light with such a bandwidth could "increase the amount of information carried by more than 1,000 times when compared…

apple ipad 3 competitors

apple ipad 3 competitors
Apple has just announced a successor to the iPad2, the “New iPad”. Apple claims that over a 100 tablets were launched in 2011. So, if you are in the market to pick up a tablet, you are undoubtedly spoiled for choices. To narrow things down for you, we take a look at how the New iPad and the iPad 2 stand against the competition that isn’t backing down. We are taking a look at the iPad’s vs the Asus Transformer Prime and the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. Even though Windows 8 looks promising as a tablet OS, there aren’t any devices that have hit the streets. Windows 8 tablets are expected to launch towards the end of 2012. This comparison is more of a 2 Apple devices vs 2 Android devices, but we will update the sheet as soon as we have some Windows devices amongst us. So, if you think the first half of 2012 is the right time to pick up a tablet here is the best device to choose from.

Particulars New iPad iPad Asus Transformer Prime Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Dimensions 9…

what to look for in sizzling smartphones

sizzling smartphone features1. Operating system beyond Apple’s OS, there are four main ways to go: Windows Phone 7, Google Android, BlackBerry and HP’s Web OS. BlackBerry is still best for business, Android has great apps and the currently limited WP7 is ideal for Smartphone newbies. All sync with your PC (and most with Mac) to give mobile email, calendar and contacts.
2. ConnectivityBluetooth is handy. Wi-Fi powers internet and email, HSDPA provides mobile broadband everywhere and A-GPS means sat-nav. Look for compasses, too.
3. Screen Standard resolution is up to 800×480 these days, but the real fun starts with touch screen interfaces. The ideal scenario is a phone that offers screen input and a dedicated QWERTY keyboards, although this adds bulk.
4. Apps as important the phones are the application they can run. The iTunes App Store is streets ahead; Android Market’s second.
besides the features given above there is a great deal for the ideas that follows down which you should l…

Bugatti Grand Sport Vitesse

Bugatti launches world’s fastest convertiblePowered by 1200 bhp and W16 engine, Bugatti Grand Sport Vitesse doess a reported 0-100 kmph 2.6 seconds.













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angry birds space -hands on

Hands-on with Angry Birds Space All work and no play makes even the hottest smartphone downright dull. It's with this in mind that Samsung is showcasing Rovio's latest creation, Angry Birds Space, running on the Galaxy Note at SXSW in Austin, Texas. We took a moment to get our feisty paws on the demo, which showcases the weightless, space-like trajectories that players must contend with in the game. Exclusive to the Galaxy Note, users will find a bonus level of play, in addition to the free Danger Zone add-on -- a collection of 30 levels that'll be available to the masses as an in-app purchase. If you haven't been keeping score, the game will make its official debut on March 22nd. So what're you waiting for? Hop the break for the PR and watch as we take revenge on those fiendish pigs!





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reWhat to look for a Smartphone? 

1. Operating system beyond Apple’s OS, there are four main ways to go: Windows Phone 7, Google Android, BlackBerry and HP’s Web OS. BlackBerry is still best for business, Android has great apps and the currently limited WP7 is ideal for Smartphone newbies. All sync with your PC (and most with Mac) to give mobile email, calendar and contacts.

2. Connectivity Bluetooth is handy. Wi-Fi powers internet and email, HSDPA provides mobile broadband everywhere and A-GPS means sat-nav. Look for compasses, too.
3. Screen Standard resolution is up to 800×480 these days, but the real fun starts with touch screen interfaces. The ideal scenario is a phone that offers screen input and a dedicated QWERTY keyboards, although this adds bulk.
4. Apps as important the phones are the application they can run. The iTunes App Store is streets ahead; Android Market’s second.
5.  Battery Life
The life of a smartphone's battery is measured in…