Check out some of the photos which have been taken using the new and soon to be released iPhone 3G S. These have been released by Apple and no doubt were probably the best the new iPhone will manage. As you can see, they are not bad at all for a mobile phone. The improved three megapixel camera with touch focus and shooting modes such as close up macro won’t cause a dramatic change in the way people view the iPhone as a camera phone but nevertheless it will likely still remain highly popular on sites such as Flickr.
Being a huge fan of bikes and eco-friendly products, I managed to sneak off to the bike stand area for some exploration! Pictured below is the A2B Hybrid electric bike by Ultra Motor which comes in black and white paint finish, and I must say these bikes looked fab and very precious. With so much focus on all things electric these days, you might be excited to know that the A2B’s lithium ion battery costs as little as 6 pence to recharge overnight. The A2B’s battery is not difficult to handle at all as it is detachable and can be charged by connecting a cable to any wall socket.
How would you like to help two miniature alien motorcyclists and an ATV rider that have crash landed on Earth to rebuild their space ship so that they can go home? This is the story behind the Space Bikers game app sent in to us for a review by Chillingo, already available for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
Apart from netbooks which are gaining a substantial popularity over regular sized laptops in the recent years. Gaming laptops have also been popular, most likely because of their advantage in being able to move abouts whenever necessary. What we have below are two of the latest gaming laptops revealed by Acer and Clevo at the CeBIT this year.
This is the Samsung Show and it’s the Korean’s first attempt at a projector phone, the candybar style phone may appear a little on the bulky side and runs Samsung’s proprietary OS.
The main specs will be released over the next week but we do know that the Samsung Show features support for Korea’s DMB-T digital TV system, uses Samsung’s TouchWIZ user interface, uses DLP projection technology from Texas Instruments and it’s got an OLED touchscreen display and a 5-megapixel camera – not bad at all!