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Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Future of tablet computers concept.

How interesting glimpse into the future and look at the new device! This opportunity provided us with a SONY company. She showed some of its notebook Vaio. This is their possible future. The first Vaio concept (above) It is a two part solution; a thin curvy looking screen and a thin curvy looking keyboard. In the design mock-up on show, the screen is able to stand thanks to a bulbous panel at the rear, while in a second model in the same box the bulbous behind has disappeared. They could be two separate options, or as we like to think, a design that expands and retracts when needed. That sounds far more fun. 

Concept Future computer desk for users Mac and iPhone.

The concept of this table is iDesk. Imagine an entirely adaptable workspace that doesn’t just hold your equipment, but enhances and interacts with it. Concept does not look the table, in which stupidly clever have built in TV. Rather, the future has turned out a minimalist table with a thin glass tabletop. Below the center can be seen easily recognizable button Home, which became the touch.  As with Microsoft’s Surface technology, the entire desk would be a touch-sensitive display capable of running several simultaneous apps, some of which–such as a calendar, phone, and digital Post-It notes—would replace their physical counterparts entirely. Notifications, to-do lists, video conferencing, Adobe tool palettes, and countless widgets such as calculators and weather reports would all appear right on the surface of your desk, literally putting your entire working world at your fingertips.

Concept Samsung Circle Media Player.

Modern industry of portable players is a very sorry sight, they are a square, a rectangle. The idea of ​​a new concept of Samsung range of simple and elegant. The configuration of the player Samsung Circle  is extremely minimalist: on the front panel is a full-size touch screen, and on the edge of the player there is a standard 3.5 mm headphone jack and menu button. Everything else makes the user directly on the screen, what helps him a nice interface. Brilliant and easy! 

Concept next generation smartphone

What to expect from mobile phones of the future? Increasing merger with laptops and tablet functionality and at the same time to measure mobile phone. UFO-User Feeling The facility has a revolutionary design concept and raises the functionality of a modern touch smartphone to the next level. By using flexible LCD and light touch technology, it can be used as a mobile at ordinary times and as a wide screen by simply erecting it when using for tasks or SNS. A mobile that allows for user feeling experience, instead of user experience, is proposed. When having meetings or doing tasks, e-mail or SNS, it can be used by switching into a touch-light mode.  

Concept Spider Computer

What can  say about this concept?  Spider Computer, a portable device that relies on a projected screen and laser keyboard to offer you a ready computer on the go. That’s why he has three thin legs like a spider. When they are hidden, the device becomes a mobile phone. It can be simply put in your pocket. And when the legs are deployed, the device can easily be placed on a flat surface. This will be the computer. The mirror head opens, and the projection is directed towards the table surface or a wall. Digital correction compensates for angular differences in projection versus surface. Circular LCD display with graphic interface. Working prototype was made for technology, user studies and research.  

Aire Mask: your breathing into renewable electrical power

There is a dearth of tech products that can also double as accessories for fictional serial killers. If Hannibal Lecter was as into jogging as he was into human consumption, he would have definitely been sporting the Aire mask to power his iPod. The idea behind the mask it that your breath charges your small electronics. The mask contains small wind turbines that convert your huffing and puffing into renewable power. The Aire is just a concept at this point, and it’s not very likely to see the light of a local Best Buy shelf anytime soon. The mask is intriguing enough to have earned a Red Dot design award in the energy category for its creator, Joao Paulo Lammoglia, though it has some aesthetic issues that walk the line between creepy and cool. Maybe it would look less threatening, if it came in colors like hot pink and lime green. In the search for renewable-energy sources, it makes sense to go all out and try some new ideas–like strapping wind turbines to your mouth. I would definitely add an Aire mask to my post-apocalyptic survival kit, along with my Ralph Lauren solar backpack and 1TB Swiss Army Knife for fighting off zombies. Should the Aire ever make it into production, be sure to grab one for your Mortal Kombat costume.

Concept photos and video ‘project glass’

The secret revealed! First look at the project «Project Glass» by Google. 
Google has demonstrated a prototype of the concept points «Project Glass», which will replace the phone, tablet and GPS-navigator.  According to employees of the company, Google goggles will be available in late 2012. One lucky man who has tried the concept of points «Project Glass», said: "These technologies have allowed to come into our lives. In order to take a picture, I do not need flattery in his pocket for phone and just press the button at the top of the points, that’s all. " 

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Concept BlackBerry PlayBook 3.0

It a relatively new BlackBerry PlayBook concept tablet, actually called PlayBook 3.0 and created by Crackberry user ummie4. We’re dealing here with a very original slate, a clamshell one, that also involves a keyboard. The famous kvertifonah typing and working with email much easier than on a Tablet PC. To overcome this contradiction is a new concept called BlackBerry PlayBook 3.0.  

Smart Kitchen of future

The Italian company Toncelli, a native of Tuscany, suddenly seems to have conceived the dream of many, turning it into a reality . This is a conceptual kitchen Prisma, which introduced Toncelli, which is managed by the authors conceived, carried out using the built-tablet Galaxy Tab. Prisma kitchen set consists of a main table with a built-in interactive Tablet PC Samsung Galaxy.  

Iris Tablet – concept a transparent tablet

Technique of the Future – a unique tablet, which, unlike his other colleagues are not trying to be a laptop in the new form. Concept Iris Tablet – a personality, a gadget with its functions and a new view of the world. The main difference between this model, of course, in a transparent screen, which opportunities are very wide. For example, imagine that you hit the road: got into the car, including GPS-navigator. With the future of the tablet from Fujitsu, you can see the direction of the path is not on screen and on the ground. That is, take a look at the street through a transparent Iris Tablet, and it will draw you to the arrow direction of the path straight on the road! 

Concept Chargers on street signs

Next project Street Charge offer spotlight the creative guys from the company Pensa. The essence of the project is to make street signs in the station for charging mobile devices. Street Charge – this is still just a concept. Their idea is that to the posts or even object to any street "attach" a small solar panel, which will be powered from the charger to the phone (or more precisely, USB-outs to connect zaryadok). The concept also includes a "shelf" where you can find place itself and the device is a cup of coffee. 

Concept device Just Flex It

just Flex It device is lightweight and perfect for travelers who require both a phone and something a little more extensive. When using the bigger ‘tablet,’ the smaller screen shuts off to save power. Not only does it keep the user organized and in touch with friends and family, it also comes in a very stylish package that seems inspired by Apple’s own products. The device had to be used comfortably both in the interior of the automobile and outside of it. The form is such that the camera for video communication in real time is positioned in the same place for both positions – opened and closed. You can use the small touchscreen display when the device is closed. When you open it the big flexible touchscreen shows up and the small one stops working to save battery. It device was created, which basically closes the gap between smartphones and tablets. A malleable multimedia gadget, the Just Flex It device looks like a smartphone when snapped shut, but then takes on the form of a tablet with unfolded.   

Virtual-Holographic Display zSpace

Frankly, on this development can dream all my life. When you look at it, do not even believe what is in principle possible. Engineers, designers and enthusiasts will be very interested in buying this display. The name of this development zSpace, which means the space in the third dimension. According to the developers, this display aims to enhance the capacity of human creativity, by combining a s...

Concept Futuristic iPhone.

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Dream and reality! Will it be in the near future. But really want to make this concept really became a reality. We have seen laser keyboards existing for a couple of years now, but sadly they were never a true solution for everyone due to their lack of precision. . What we have right here is a device with a holographic interface and what looks like a projector. Since Apple recently patented a pico projector and bought the domain, it’s only a matter of time till we’ll see iPhones with projectors inside and capable of projecting holograms for interface. Even if this is a dream at the moment, but iPhone 5 concept will be

Nokia Kinetic Display: Phones of tomorrow will be bendy

Nokia has demoed a new technology at Nokia World that shows how the phones and tablets of the future could be bendy.

Exploring whether we need another input method beyond touch and voice, Nokia has developed what it calls the “Nokia Kinetic Device”.

Nokia HumanForm phone concept is mind-bending

Back in October at the Nokia World expo, the Finnish phone giant demoed a new technology showing how the phones and tablets of the future could be bendy.

Called the Nokia Kinetic Device, the working prototype allowed users to control music and media by using different motions; bending forward with two hands zooms out of whatever is on screen for example, while twisting the top left hand corner away moved to the next menu item.

The Nokia HumanForm, which is another future tech idea from the Nokia Research Center, takes these ideas and runs with them in a number of directions never envisaged before.

White Nokia Lumia 800 pictures and hands-on

Nokia has announced that it will be making a white version of the Nokia Lumia 800 which will be going on sale at Phones 4 U in the UK in March and Pocket-lint was of course on hand to have a gander and snap a few shots ahead of the official release to the UK public.

The new version of the phone is identical to the black, cyan, and magenta versions of the Windows Phone 7 smartphone albeit with a glossy rather than matte shell.

Which smartphone is best for the sun?

A couple of days of sunshine and we think we are all set for the summer, but if you plan to spend most of your time outside rather than inside what is the best phone for you to be able to see the screen in the sun?

We grabbed a handful of phones in the Pocket-lint office and headed outside to see which is the best.

Nikon camers

At the top end of Nikon's Style range of compact cameras you find the newly announced Nikon Coolpix S6300, Coolpix S9200 and S9300. They offer a wider range of features, controls and larger lenses than cameras at the bottom end of the range.

We managed to get our hands on all the new models at the UK launch, so here we'll talk you through what you get at the top end of Nikon's S range. We've bundled all the photos together in the gallery at the bottom - check the captions so you know which model you're looking at.

Nokia 500 pictures and hands-on

The Nokia 500 is pitched as an affordable, but colourful, feature phone and as we understand it, will be exclusive to Carphone Warehouse in the UK.

It’s a compact Symbian Anna handset, offering up a vibrant 3.2-inch screen with a 640 x 360 pixel resolution in a 16:9 format. The phone comes with three included covers in the box, so you’ll be able to swap them to match your style. 

The Nokia 500 feels solid in the hand and the design is clean and clutter free, which reflects a number of Nokia’s recent handsets.

Headphones news

Monster Inspiration lets you match your headphones to the beat
Monster has announced a new set of premium headphones, the Monster Inspiration, and we've already managed to get hands and ears on with them

Sony Walkman E470 brings a touch of colour to your audio experience

Sony has unveiled a colourful range of MP3 players as it looks to introduce its Walkman range to a younger audience.

With a waistline of just 7mm, the Sony Walkman E470 Series is available in six colours: red, bronze, lime green, turquoise, pink and black and features an two-inch LCD display that hovers above a track pad

Monday, August 20, 2012

Concept of virtual roof for the metro

Those who often rides the subway, know that in fact it is boring and mundane process. But soon the train for the metro can be equipped with a virtual screen that will display a sky, creating a sense of presence. The concept of "virtual roof" uses a flexible electrophoretic e-paper. A paper is attached to the top of the cars, and will display the weather, sky and various buildings. Also well  can be seen advertising the various events and specific information about each station. The system is controlled via a PC, which is installed in each car, and with the help of Wi-Fi information is always updated. Anyone can pay to have their ads show up in cars. 

Concept smart kitchen of the future

What do you think, what is the kitchen of the future? We invite you to meet with Turkish concept smart kitchen of the future - a compact and intelligent. Design company Altera Design Studio from Turkey presented its vision for the future of kitchen appliances, creating a concept project titled Alight Kitchen. A fundamentally important feature of the new concept is to use ready-made frozen foods ...

Saturday, August 18, 2012

Eid Mubarak 2012

to view a lot of eid 2012 pics click hereEid-ul-Fitr, "Eid-ul-fitr", Eid al-Fitr, Id-ul-Fitr, or Id al-Fitr (Arabic: ‎عيد الفطر ‘Īdu l-Fiṭr), often abbreviated to Eid, is a Muslim holiday that marks the end of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting (sawm). The religious Eid is a single day (a Muslim is not permitted to fast that day), but it is usually celebrated for 3 days. Eid is an Arabic word meaning "festivity", while Fiṭr means "breaking the fast". The holiday celebrates the conclusion of the 29 or 30 days of dawn-to-sunset fasting during the entire month of Ramadan. The first day of Eid, therefore, falls on the first day of the month Shawwal. This is a day where Muslims around the world try to show a common goal of unity.
Eid al-Fitr has a particular salat (Islamic prayer) consisting of two raka'ah (units) and generally offered in an open field or large hall.[1] It may only be performed in congregation (Jama’at) and has an additional extra six Takbirs (raising of the hands to the ears while saying "Allahu Akbar" [God is Great]), three of them in the beginning of the first raka'ah and three of them just before ruku' in the second raka'ah in the Hanafi school.[2] This Eid al-Fitr salat is, depending on which juristic opinion is followed, Fard (obligatory), Mustahabb (strongly recommended, just short of obligatory) or mandoob (preferable).

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Nook tablet and eReader prices reduced in anticipation of iPad mini arrival?

Barnes & Noble has slashed the US prices of its Nook tablet and eReader devices in a move that some are interpreting as a safeguard approach to the rumoured arrivals of an iPad mini and Kindle Fire 2.

The Nook tablet 8GB version is now available for $179, with the 16GB version available for $199, having previously cost $249. Likewise, the Nook Color is now available for $149, having originally gone on the market for $249.

Both the Nook tablet and Nook Color eReader sport 7-inch displays, the same size as the Google Nexus 7, Kindle Fire and that the iPad mini is rumoured to house.

iPhone 5 pre-orders to begin on 12 September reveal day

There have been more hints that Apple will unveil its next-gen iPhone 5 on 12 September, with the Cupertino outfit set to begin taking pre-orders on the same day.

According to iMore, customers can place their orders on the day of the reveal, with devices shipped nine days later on 21 September.

However, these dates may only be applicable to US residents with Apple said to be prepping a second wave of iPhone 5 shipments in the first week of October for the international markets (including the UK). The rumoured date for this arrival is Friday 5 October.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 review

Samsung would like you to think of its tablets as the Android market leaders. To some extent, the firm has earned that right. It was early putting devices on sale, and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 remains a consumer electronics classic, proving valuable even a few years on.
But Samsung hasn't done all that much to push boundaries. We find the Asus Transformer range to be more inspiring, both in looks and in the little extras of functionality. It's not that you can't put a keyboard with the Galaxy Tab, but there's not the same panache you get with Asus.

window 8 phones

Nokia looks set to reveal three Windows Phone 8 handsets at its Nokia World event that begins in New York on 5 September.

Earlier this week, a 4.3-inch Nokia Windows Phone 8 display was leaked on the internet and now WMPower has got word on a further two devices. Pictured above, the 4.3-inch display handset sits in the middle of the three and has now had a homescreeen (badly) photoshopped on to it.

However, the left-hand device is said to be the Nokia Phi, the only one of the three to be named. Sporting a 4.65-inch HD display, dual-core processor, NFC and LTE, this looks set to be the hero of Nokia’s first Windows Phone 8 offering.