Apple debuts highly awaited tablet: the iPad & Why the iPad WILL Kill Amazon’s Kindle

Thursday, January 28, 2010

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Apple debuts highly awaited tablet: the iPad
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A Video Demonstration of the iPad
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Why the iPad WILL Kill Amazon’s Kindle
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E-Readers Done Right CES Show

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Crushed by an Avalanche of E-Books: A slew of new e-book readers (including the much anticipated Plastic Logic Que and iRiver Story), plus Amazon's announcement of a global Kindle DX and the unveiling of Microsoft-centric Blio software for graphics-heavy content, were the major symptoms of e-book fever at CES. If the makers can get the prices down, e-books could really go mass market.
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E-Reader Done Right: I've seen a lot of e-readers lately, and in spending some quality time with Spring Designs' $349 Alex Reader, I came to appreciate much about the company's approach to e-readers. It doesn't have the biggest display, nor the most colorful one. But this Android-based device does have a highly usable and well-integrated LCD, and its ability to flow content browsed anywhere on the Web to the e-reader gives this model a unique edge over the competition.

Actually, I Liked This One Better: E-readers were one of the hottest categories of the show this year, and the most compelling new model we've seen is the Plastic Logic Que. This 10.7-inch reader sports a capacitive-touch display that lets you gesture through page turns; it also downloads books from Barnes & Noble's e-book store. It will be available in April in a 4GB Wi-Fi version for $649, and an 8GB version with Wi-Fi and 3G for $799.

At the Showstoppers party at CES in Las Vegas, senior editor Mark Sullivan took a look at Plastic Logic's CUE eReader and HP's first touchscreen netbook, the HP Mini 5102. And he walked away impressed by both: take a lok for yourself.   Check out his video here

Twitter for cars: Ford tech reads your tweets aloud

An app that reads your tweets while you drive is one of three free new such items set to launch. Continue reading here

Some Top Selling Non-Gaming Apps of 2009

Friday, January 8, 2010 At Bat
League and club news coverage, including through the offseason, with videos and an archive of the 2009 season game stats and video highlights.

Category: Sports
Seller: Major League Baseball
Price: Free*
Requirements: iPhone OS 3.0 or later, iPod Touch

*The app was $9.99 for the regular and post season, but is free during the off season. No announcement of 2010 season pricing has been made.

Textfree Unlimited
Send unlimited free texts for a whole year to any US mobile phone. Replies are free, too.

Category: Lifestyle
Seller: Pinger, Inc.
Price: $5.99
Requirements: iPhone OS 2.2 or later, iPod Touch

Golfshot: Golf GPS
Access more than 27,000 golf courses with no subscription or annual fee, including GPS rangefinder for distances to front, center and back of green, GPS aerial view with TouchPoint positioning and up to 40 professionally mapped targets per hole.

Category: Sports
Seller: Shotzoom Software
Price: $29.99

SlingPlayer Mobile
Watch and control your home TV and DVR on your iPhone or iPod Touch.

Category: Entertainment
Seller: Sling Media
Price: $29.99
Requirements: iPhone OS 3.0 or later, iPod Touch

Convert photos to black and white while keeping your chosen details in color, drawing viewers' attention to the colored areas.

Category: Photography
Seller: Pocket Pixels
Price: $1.99
Requirements: iPhone OS 2.0 or later, iPod Touch

Pocket God
Pretend you're a god in this episodic microgame that gives players control over the lives of the game's pygmy characters.

Category: Entertainment
Seller: Bolt Creative
Price: $0.99
Requirements: iPhone OS 3.0 or later, iPod Touch
Quickoffice Mobile Office Suite
Mobile office software, including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, iWork and more.
Category: Business

Seller: Quickoffice
Price: $9.99
Requirements: iPhone OS 3.0 and later, iPod Touch

Integrating TV with Skype Into the Family Room

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

The Skype calling service will be incorporated into TVs from Panasonic and LG Electronics, and available in North America.

NY Times By BRAD STONE  Published: January 5, 2010 SAN FRANCISCO — There will soon be something new to watch on the living room TV: your relatives and friends in different parts of the world.

On Tuesday, Panasonic and LG Electronics, two of the top television makers, are to announce that they are integrating the free online calling service Skype into their Internet-connected high-definition televisions.

People who buy these TVs, along with an extra Web camera and microphone accessory designed for the living room, can conduct free, live video chats and phone calls from the couch. Continue reading here

The top gadgets of 2009 in the Philippines

Monday, January 4, 2010 - Monday, January 4    MANILA, Philippines - It’s the end of another year and just like last year, we’ve assembled a list of the most notable gadgets of the year. They make the list because of their impressive performance, their sales success or their superb design. Here they are not in any particular order.  Continue reading here

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Friday, January 1, 2010

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