Google introduces new redesigned Google bar

On November 30, 2011, in Latest News, by Mike Jefferson

Over the past few months, Google has introduced several visual changes to its popular services, and you have probably noticed new and revamped Gmail, and now, Google is preparing another major visual change.

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Whilst I have myself never been wealthy enough to enjoy the luxury of business class seats on flights, I suspect some of our readers may have had this opportunity already. In the latest announcement from Air France, the airline will be introducing more comfortable seats, a more varied choice of dishes and a host of new services to its business class cabin.

This investment will approximately cost €110 million and as you can see, the new Air France business class seat guarantees the passengers the utmost privacy and enhanced comfort with its shell structure.

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Its been made official, not very long after we spoke about the rumored specs of a new Nikon DSLR flagship, the D3s has been confirmed to arrive this November. So what’s new in the latest D3s? The most stunning new piece of hardware in this badboy is a redesigned sensor which allows it to shoot up to ISO 102,400 – the D3s will certainly not suffer from any nightblindness!


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New TouchFLO 3D demoed on HTC Leo

On September 28, 2009, in Cell Phones, by KLS

Here’s a video demonstrating the brand new TouchFLO 3D ROM installed and running on the soon to arrive HTC Leo (Touch HD2?).


Not only is the new HTC Leo going to be a highly prestigious phone coinciding with the launch of Windows Mobile 6.5, we can also expect it to include that superfast 1GHz Qualcomm 8250B Snapdragon processor, and a rather monstrous, bulky 4.3-inch screen capable of delivering up to 800 x 480 resolution (looks massive especially when compared to that of Diamond Touch2 below).


Check out the video after the jump…

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After having the exclusive opportunity of seeing first hand the brand new Black Label Series LG Chocolate BL40 last week, here’s my first impressions of the new phone from LG and also some photos and videos from that night. It was one of the best LG events I’ve ever attended, LG wanted the launch night to be extraordinary and to do that they invited UK designer Wayne Hemmingway to celebrate the launch of the BL40.


What every phonemaker wants to accomplish when they launch a new handset is for people to think that it is like no other. For the LG BL40, LG wanted its first impression to be the phone of the future, to have an iconic design which makes it standout and distinct from any other.

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Hands on Sony DSLR Alpha 500 (A500)

On August 31, 2009, in Digital Cameras, by KLS

Last week Sony announced the launch of their next in the line Alpha series DSLR cameras, the Alpha 500 and 550 (see the press release after the break). To be out from the end of October this year, the DSLR-A550 and DSLR-A500 digital SLRs are based around new CMOS sensors with added manual focus confirmation live view mode using the main imaging sensor, in addition to Sony’s secondary-sensor Quick AF live view system.


Both cameras feature Sony’s better noise reduction, include an Auto HDR mode and offer sensitivity of up to ISO 12800. The 14.2 MP A550 features a higher resolution 921k dot 3″ tilt-angle LCD, while the 12.3 MP A500 comes with a 230k dot resolution 3″tilt-angle LCD.The pictures below are the first hands on photos taken with the Alpha 500 by the folks over at Pocket Lint.



Though stepped up and improved, I think its a smart decision for Sony to keep the tilt-angle LCD as I have personally found it too useful when I tested previous models myself. See more photos after the jump…

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Just hours into our post about a possible Playstation redesign known as the PS3 Slim, a user has now posted photos onto a Japanese message board of the slimmed down Playstation 3.


You will notice that if these shots are real, Sony has decided to drop the “Playstation 3” logo and instead replace it with PS3.

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