At IBC trade show in Amsterdam, Adobe has officially revealed that their new products Adobe Flash Media Server 4.5 and Adobe Flash Access 3.0 will allow Apple iDevices users to access Adobe Flash contents.
In past, Apple has rejected Adobe Flash technology for running over their devices with the claim that Flash is too buggy and drains a lot of battery on iDevices but probably now Apple’s claim is not any more convincing so that Adobe Flash makes its way on iOS devices with Adobe Flash Media Server 4.5 and Adobe Flash Access 3.0 products.
You can read full press release about Adobe Flash Media [...]
What may seem like technology thought up for insert-some-Bond-flick-here, the File Expert Android app has added NFC functionality to its latest build — making single-tap transfers a new reality. Like the previous rendition, it uses Bluetooth to send data, but a friendly bump replaces the traditional pairing process, speeding up the exchange dramatically (like we said, perfect for overworked spies). We’ve seen magic like this before, and we’ll certainly see more like it as NFC becomes more ubiquitous, but what’s next? NFC-to-NFC file transfers, no middleman required. Fist [...]
Best laptop for school
Tablet PCs are a threat to laptops in a number of ways. They’re more portable, easier to use, and more desirable. However, there’s one area where laptops have the upper hand: so far, no tablet is as comfortable to work on for long periods of time, or as good at multitasking.
These are key considerations when buying a machine for studying. Laptops used for learning need to be three things.
First, they must be portable – they need to be taken to classrooms, lecture halls, libraries and the like. While they should be small and light enough to be carried about, [...]
Google want to introduce the Nexus Prime with Android 4.0 Icecream and Super-Amoled-HD in October. This smartphone is designed and will be produced from Samsung. The 4.5 inch Super-Amoled-HD features 1280×720 pixels with Pentile technology. Yesterday we learned that Samsung Mobile Display want to introduce a Super-Amoled-Hd-Plus Display with RGB matrix in the next few month. Without Pentile technology there are 12 Subpixel for more sharpness and better contrast ratio. The Nexus prime is powered by a 1,5 Ghz dual core processor.
With extravagant casinos and expensive supercars, Las Vegas is known for its larger-than-life scale of things. Since we’re a technology blog, we can’t cover both, but we can cover things like, well, the world’s largest and most expensive iPhone case.
The discovery of the unbelievably large and expensive case comes from our friends over at iDownloadBlog who found the case on display at a shopping mall called Miracle Miles Shops in Las Vegas, Nevada. The case is made up of over 300 crystals and can be bought for a whopping $40,000 if you want to display it at your mansion.
The Jabra Extreme is a Bluetooth headset that comes with a USB dongle for connecting it to a PC. It features excellent noise cancelling technology through two built-in microphones, and in our tests we found that it worked brilliantly, blocking out the background noise and making Skype calls feel less strained.
The sound quality is also excellent, some of the best we’ve heard on a Bluetooth headset of this size.
The small size of the Jabra Extreme headset makes it easy to carry about, but it’s not that comfortable to use, with the volume control buttons in particular being a little [...]
The official Facebook Messenger app is released for iPhone, iPod Touch and Android which is available free for download through App Store and Android Market.
Facebook Messenger allows 750 plus million Facebook users to send text messages to their mobile contacts and also to their Facebook contacts. User can also send pictures through this app.
Facebook Messenger app is based on Beluga technology which is recently acquired by Facebook. You can download Facebook Messenger for your iPhone or Android by visiting the link below.
Download Facebook Messenger for iPhone and iPod Touch
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The recent revelation that Microsoft makes a packet from Android might come as a surprise.
But Android isn’t the only competitor Microsoft makes money from – and more often than not, the competition is happy with the deal.
Neither Apple nor Microsoft likes Android, and they both feel it infringes a number of their patents, but they’re taking very different approaches to Android handset manufacturers.
Apple is dragging HTC, Motorola and Samsung to court. At the same time, Microsoft has signed a licence deal with HTC and several other handset makers, is pursuing one with Samsung and [...]
While LG’s 2011 HDTV lineup has been largely a success so far — we found a lot to like in the LW5600 we reviewed and quarterly earnings seem to justify its 3D and LED technology — some wouldn’t be satisfied without an LED backlit (rather than edge lit) option. That issue is solved now with the new LW9800 series, shown off here in Korea as the LW980S. Announced in two sizes, 55- and 47-inches, both feature “Nano LED” local dimming with as many as 2,300 sources in the larger one and 480Hz motion technology.
They also include other LG standard features like Cinema [...]
Sony has announced its new compact camera to fit into its Cybershot range, claiming it to be the thinnest compact currently on the market.
Measuring just 12.2mm thick (an iPhone 3GS is 12.3mm thick) the front width of the camera is only just slightly larger than a credit card.
Several measures have been put in place to ensure its small size. Firstly, the 5x optical zoom lens is periscope – meaning there’s no protusion from the body of the camera. The TX55 takes micro SD cards, rather than standard full-sized SD cards to also help reduce size. Finally, the 3.3inch touchscreen on the [...]