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Ubuntu comes to Android for a full desktop experience


Ubuntu coming to Android, allows any phone with a dual-core processor to run a full desktop OS Canonical has finally brought Ubuntu to the mobile world, and not as a tiny mobile OS for use on a 4-inch display no for desktop use FROM that mobile device. What Ubuntu is doing here is sitting on an Android device they used a Motorola Atrix 2 for testing purposes, ironically enough which reveals the software only when the device is plugged into a large display with its HDMI port. This build works as a virtualized environment as an app in Android 2.3 Gingerbread AOSP build at the kernel level.
Canonical unveiled today a brand new mobile product dubbed Ubuntu for Android. The product is massive in scale and will bring the popular Linux desktop OS to high-end, multi-core Android smartphones.
Canonical has also been vocal about how this release will not be open source as Ubuntu is otherwise, instead this being an application that will be coming pre-installed on devices in what they hope is the near future. Canonical will be working with manufacturers and/or carriers to get this app working on future handsets for HDMI use. Hopefully we’ll see this action in the first half of 2012, and perhaps we’ll have some competition from Google’s own Jellybean system.
Designed to work with Android on users’ multi-core handsets, Ubuntu for Android will launch the full Ubuntu desktop OS whenever the phone is docked with a keyboard and monitor via HDMI and USB. The rest of the time, the phone runs a normal build of Android.
All services, data, and even 3G/4G connections are shared between the Ubuntu OS and the Android mobile OS. Contacts, phone calls, and SMS/MMS messages are all accessible from both as well.

The full-on Ubuntu OS comes pre-loaded with the Chromium Web browser, the Thunderbird e-mail client, and a selection of other desktop apps. Other than these though, everything in the Ubuntu desktop OS is exactly the same as you would find in any current version of Ubuntu.
While Ubuntu for Android is pretty ground-breaking, its unfortunately not just an app. Ubuntu will have to come preloaded on smartphones. No carrier or OEM partnerships were announced just yet, but you’d have to imagine someone will jump on this, and fast.
Canonical says there will be demonstrations regarding Ubuntu for Android at Mobile World Congress next week in Barcelona. Definitely stay tuned for this one, as it will likely change mobile computing entirely.
A full video of Ubuntu for Android has been posted online courtesy of AndroidPolice. Those interested in the product should definitely take a look. Pretty awesome, amazing stuff.

The New Lensbaby Edge 80 lens, hits 80mm at full tilt

The New Lensbaby Edge 80 lens is now available on B&H Photo. it is an 80mm lens with an aperture that ranges from f/2.8 to f/22. The lens comprises of 5 multi-coated glass elements within 4 groups and the 12 rounded aperture blades.
Priced at $299.95, Chimping in Union Square. Shot with the Lensbaby Edge 80 optic. Lensbaby adds another yummy and better designed optic to its tilting lens system. Edge 80 When Lensbaby originally debuted its swappable-optic lens system, it was a somewhat offputting, complicated device with a laudable concept a housing, frequently tiltable, in which you could slip different types of lenses. The latest optic in the Lensbaby system, the $300 Edge 80, shows the Lensbaby evolved to the most user friendly and streamlined it’s ever been. I tested the Edge 80 in the Composer Pro on a Canon EOS 7D
Lensbaby Edge 80 photos and photo samples 1-2 of 11 Scroll Left Scroll Right Lensbaby adds macro converters to its creative optics lineup Tamron’s 24-70mm lens takes image-stabilization lead Olympus brings OM series into the 21st century – Olympus going even more retro with OM-D camera Pentax reveals high-end, compact K-01 camera
With it photographers can make great ‘straight’ photos with the lens pointing straight. But, when the photographer wants a different look, he can tilt the lens, which will give a razor sharp slice of selective focus using the same image. The magic can be seen on its tilting feature, which can create various focuses of the image, whether vertical, horizontal or diagonal slices. It is also said that photographer can easily change from f/2.8 through f/22, simply by rotating the dial of the lens. As suggested by Lensbaby, this feature will be better understood by going to Edge 80 Optic simulator.

Razer Blade 17-inch Gaming Laptop


The New Laptop Razer Blade 17-inch Gaming Laptop Razer announced this week that its much anticipated Razer Blade 17-inch gaming laptop is delayed past the expected holiday deadline and won’t likely arrive until mid- to late January 2012. The good news is the Blade will now come with an SSD instead of a traditional HDD at no additional cost to buyers. Razer is also handing out a custom-designed mouse for free as an apology for the delay.
LAS VEGAS Razer’s long-awaited entry into the notebook space is finally here in the flesh, and it was worth the wait. Today at CES 2012, the company, which is best known for gaming accessories like mice and keyboards, showed off the Razer Blade, a 17-inch notebook that, at 6.6 pounds and .88 inches thick, is light enough to actually carry with you on a regular basis.
Inside, the Razer Blade has a powerful 2.8-GHz Intel Core i7 2640M quad-core processor that can turbo boost up to 3.5-GHz and 8GB of RAM. A Nvidia GT 555M graphics chip provides enough oomph for even the most demanding games. A 256GB SSD ensures your applications, and especially your games will open quickly. Getting this much gaming power in a system this light is unheard of.

Inside, the Razer Blade has a powerful 2.8-GHz Intel Core i7 2640M quad-core processor that can turbo boost up to 3.5-GHz and 8GB of RAM. A Nvidia GT 555M graphics chip provides enough oomph for even the most demanding games. A 256GB SSD ensures your applications, and especially your games will open quickly. Getting this much gaming power in a system this light is unheard of.

The delay is no doubt disappointing for all the gamers who are eager to get their hands on this incredibly light and thin gaming laptop, which features an Intel Core i7 processor, NVIDIA GeForce GT 55M graphics card, and a unique LCD multitouch panel/touchpad.

Razer’s decision to upgrade the laptop’s drive from a 320GB HDD to a 256GB SSD means the Blade will perform even faster. Even better, though, the upgrade won’t cost you a cent. An SSD might normally raise the laptop price by $300 to $500, but Razer is keeping the price of the Blade at $2799.

Motorola Fire XT Dual SIM phone powered by Android OS


Motorola Fire XT Dual SIM phone powered by Android OSthere are number of Dual SIM phones but most of them are piece of craps from China. also most of the dual SIM phone are regular phones, not smart phone. However Motorola has released a new smart phone with Android OS and it supports Dual SIM. it has a 2.8 inc hTFT capacitive touchscreen and a full QWERTY keypad. the screen resolution is 240 x 320 pixels which is quite low. Unlike many other Motorola Android phones, Motorola Fire XT has a new user interface called Moto Switch UI.
Motorola Fire XT has 150MB internal memory and it supports up to 32GB memory cards. the main camera is 3.15MP and it can record VGA quality videos. even if this is a smart phone, it’s going to be quite cheap. however it has all smart phone features like GPS, radio and a digital compass.

Motorola Fire XT Dual SIM phone powered by Android OS

LG Introduces 84-Inch 4K TV 3D


LG Introduces 84-Inch 4K TV 3D By New-Digital-Gadgets.Com (LG 3D UD TV) boasts high picture quality with 8 million pixels, four times the resolution (3840×2160) of existing Full HD TV panels. It features LG?s Slim and Narrow Bezel Design as well as 3D Depth Control, which allows users to control the 3D effect. In addition, the 3D Sound Zooming provides users with 3D sound, according to LG.
There’s no official word yet on when we’ll see these on shelves or at what price, but it certainly looks production ready compared to other prototypes that have been displayed over the years. While we don’t have easy sources of 4K-res video content yet, one of the reasons LG is making the jump first is for 3D.
Its Cinema 3D tech uses a Film Pattern Retarder FPR screen and passive glasses that result in lowered resolution, but with those extra pixels there’s no question about whether viewers are still getting at least an HD picture. So far 4K at home is the domain of Sony and JVC’s high-priced projectors, but we’ll see if any other companies, show off upgrades in size and resolution of their HDTVs this year. Check the press release after the break for a few more details.

Nokia C6-01 full Specifications


General     2G Network     GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G Network     HSDPA 900 / 1700 / 1900 / 2100
      HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1700 / 1900 / 2100 - American version
Announced     2010, September
Status     Available. Released 2010, November
Size     Dimensions     103.8 x 52.5 x 13.9 mm, 65 cc
Weight     131 g

Display     Type     AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size     360 x 640 pixels, 3.2 inches (~229 ppi pixel density)
     - Nokia ClearBlack display
- Multi-touch input method
- Proximity sensor for auto turn-off
- Accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate
- Scratch resistant Gorilla glass display
Sound     Alert types     Vibration; MP3 ringtones
Loudspeaker     Yes
3.5mm jack     Yes, check quality
Memory     Phonebook     Practically unlimited entries and fields, Photocall
Call records     Detailed, max 30 days
Internal     340 MB, 256 MB RAM, 1GB ROM
Card slot     microSD, up to 32GB, 2GB card included, buy memory
Data     GPRS     Class 33
EDGE     Class 33
3G     HSDPA, 10.2 Mbps; HSUPA, 2 Mbps
WLAN     Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth     Yes, v3.0 with A2DP
Infrared port     No
USB     Yes, v2.0 microUSB, USB On-the-go support
Camera     Primary     8 MP, 3264x2448 pixels, fixed focus, dual-LED flash, check quality
Features     Geo-tagging, face detection
Video     Yes, 720p@25fps, video stabilization, check quality
Secondary     Yes, VGA
Features     OS     Symbian^3 OS, upgradable to Symbian Anna OS
CPU     680 MHz ARM 11 processor, Broadcom BCM2727 GPU
Messaging     SMS, MMS, Email, Push Email, IM
Browser     WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML, RSS feeds
Radio     Stereo FM radio with RDS
Games     Yes + downloadable
Colors     Silver Grey, Black
GPS     Yes, with A-GPS support
Java     Yes, MIDP 2.1
     - Digital compass
- TV-out
- SNS integration
- WebTV
- MP3/WMA/WAV/eAAC+ player
- DivX/XviD/MP4/WMV/H.264/H.263 player
- Document viewer (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF)
- Flash Lite 4.0
- Voice command/dial
- Predictive text input
Battery           Standard battery, Li-Ion 1050 mAh (BL-5CT)
Stand-by     Up to 408 h (2G) / Up to 372 h (3G)
Talk time     Up to 11 h 30 min (2G) / Up to 4 h 30 min (3G)
Music play     Up to 50 h
Misc     SAR US     1.00 W/kg (head)     1.25 W/kg (body)   
SAR EU     1.10 W/kg (head)   
Price group     [About 280 EUR]

Samsung Galaxy tab 10.1 Specifications


General     2G Network     GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G Network     HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100
Announced     2011, February
Status     Available. Released 2011, April 26th
Size     Dimensions     246.2 x 170.4 x 10.9 mm
Weight     589 g
Display     Type     TFT capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size     800 x 1280 pixels, 10.1 inches (~149 ppi pixel density)
     - Multi-touch input method
- Accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate
- Three-axis gyro sensor
- Touch-sensitive controls
- Proximity sensor for auto turn-off
Sound     Alert types     N/A
Loudspeaker     Yes, with stereo speakers
3.5mm jack     Yes
Memory     Phonebook     Practically unlimited entries and fields
Call records     N/A
Internal     16/32 GB storage
Card slot     No
Data     GPRS     Yes
EDGE     Yes
3G     HSDPA, 21 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps
WLAN     Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Wi-Fi hotspot
Bluetooth     Yes, v2.1 with A2DP, EDR
Infrared port     No
USB     Yes, v2.0
Camera     Primary     8 MP, 3264x2448 pixels, autofocus, LED flash
Features     Geo-tagging
Video     Yes, 1080p@30fps
Secondary     Yes, 2 MP
Features     OS     Android OS, v3.0 (Honeycomb)
CPU     Dual-core 1GHz ARM Cortex-A9 processor, ULP GeForce GPU, Tegra 2 T20 chipset
Messaging     Email, Push Mail, IM, RSS
Browser     HTML
Radio     No
Games     Yes
Colors     Black
GPS     Yes, with A-GPS support
Java     Yes, via Java MIDP emulator
     - SNS integration
- Digital compass
- MP4/DivX/WMV/H.264/H.263 player
- MP3/WAV/eAAC+/AC3/FLAC player
- Organizer
- Image/video editor
- Document viewer
- Google Search, Maps, Gmail,
YouTube, Calendar, Google Talk, Picasa integration
- Adobe Flash 10.1 support
- Voice memo
- Predictive text input (Swype)
Battery           Standard battery, Li-Po 6860 mAh
Stand-by     Up to 1810 h
Talk time     Up to 10 h

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