Apple’s iPad has been out for several months now and boy has it been popular, with nearly no actual strong competitor against the iPad from any brand whatsoever, you can easily see why it has made such a significant impact among the tablet market. This found footage below however tries to suggest the opposite, that Microsoft can still make an impact despite the Courier project ending prematurely, manufacturers like Hanvon are beginning to release Windows 7 tablets like the one below. Continue reading »
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When we talk about China, usually there is a degree of preassumption about the Chinese copying one thing or another from other countries, but not this time. The Shenzhen Huashi Future Car-Parking Equipment have come up with a concept bus and I quote a “3D Express Coach” which will help relieve some of the traffic congestion that are often experienced in busiest parts of their cities. The concept is like no other. It will enable cars to literally drive under it.
I must I have never really fancied Android’s standard factory preset on-screen virtual keyboard from the moment I first touched an Android phone, this could be one of the reasons why I’ve always preferred an iPhone. This is why the newly released SwiftKey app has got my interest. And its free by the way.
Though Apple’s latest iOS 4 application FaceTime still doesn’t work over 3G, it works great on an airplane’s in-flight WiFi as demonstrated by a reader of TUAW. This means quite possibly, that in the future should you need to make a call while you’re on a plane, you won’t need to worry about picking up heavy costs just because you wanted to make a quick call back home for a few minutes – that is if in-flight WiFi is relatively affordable… Continue reading »
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The HP TouchSmart 600 is the next generation of the world’s first multi-touch consumer desktop tablet PC. Created by HP’s award winning design team, the new HP TouchSmart 600 offers great performance and fun multimedia touch experiences.
To be launched later this week, we weren’t sent a YouTube demo clip of The Daily Digg. If you’re a fan of Digg, you might have heard of The Daily Scoop which is very similar in some sense in that it also displays top Digg stories like you would see in a real life newspaper, however, The Daily Digg looks alot more paper-like and it will be free to download. Check it out in the video below…