Google and LG Prepare Tablet Nexus?

Jakarta Indonesia - Google reportedly is preparing its own Android tablet, in partnership with LG. Although the name is not clear, this tablet will supposedly branded Nexus, together with Google smartphone which came out in two generations, Nexus and Nexus S. This news blows from Eldar Murtazin, a technology activist who often correct in predicting the presence of a new product. According to sources Murtazin, tablet Honeycomb Nexus with Android OS will probably slide this summer. Same with Nexus smartphones, tablet that supposedly will get preferential treatment such as the certainty of the latest OS updates. Google seems to have reached an agreement with LG to manufacture tablets Nexus is driven directly by Google. On the other hand, Murtazin also provide information that Google does not allow the tablet that runs Android Honeycomb 2.x to get updates. If true, it means that such tablets Tab Galaxy 7-inch version can not find the Honeycomb and at best to the Gingerbread. So far, there has been no confirmation either from Google or Nexus LG about the existence of these tablets. Similarly, as reported by The Next Web and quoted on Monday (4/28/2011).

Nokia T7 So New Stud Symbian?

Jakarta Indonesia - Although you have set the operating system Windows 7 Phone as a primary OS in smartphone, Nokia has promised not to get rid of Symbian. Even a leak shows Nokia is preparing a new handset based on Symbian, Nokia T7. This T7 handset leaked on Nokia's Ovi Publishing tools, which presents some of the latest handset Nokia output design. T7 placed under the handset Nokia N8 and given a category 'assumed to work'. Apparently, the handset is being intensively tested by Nokia. Not much detail is revealed in this leak and any form of the handset is not displayed. A quite likely, would adopt Symbian OS T7 ^ 3. Screen size of between 3.5 to 4 inches with a resolution of 360 x 640. The presence of T7, if properly realized, means adding a new series of Nokia that is the beginning with the letter T. Previously existing series such as C, N, or E. Not yet clear when the T7 will glide into the market and at what price range. Similarly, as reported by UnwiredView and quoted on Tuesday (03/29/2011).

Scientists Create From Plastic Processor

What would happen if the processor that had been made with silicon, modified from materials unused stuff? A group of scientists in Europe have used the 4000 plastic, or organic transistors to make a microprocessor out of plastic. The chip size of two inches and built on a flexible plastic foil and medium, which was mentioned as an alternative to silicon. According to Jan Genoe in nanotechnology center IMEC in Leuven, Belgium This chip can be cheap, environmentally friendly and flexible. From the test results indicate that this new chip does not have such power superkompeter and processors in general. The chip can only run a simple program of 16 instructions. This should be hardcoded into the second foil etched with plastic circuits can be connected to the processor. Launched by Eye Tech, the processor is running at 6Hz and the only force able to process information in the eight-bit pieces at most. It is slightly slower than the PC in the era of the 1980s, or indeed not too pretty quick. However, the chip is very thin so that components can be printed onto it like ink. More work is needed to make organic transistors to smaller sizes as well. But if a team to manage it, it will be possible to have an organic gas sensor gas pipe wrap to report any leaks with a flexible microprocessor to clean the noisy signal. It is not possible in the future, the processor-based plastic would be an option to substitute silicon. This of course will be environmentally friendly and cheap, of course.

Facebook will Attract Obama's Former Assistant

Jakarta Indonesia - The social networking giant Facebook is rumored to be to attract former White House press secretary, Robert Gibbs, a senior employee at their company. Derived from the news delivered New York Times, stated that one of the closest assistant of former President of the United States (U.S.), Barack Obama, glance up to organize an intensive communication up to meet an initial public offering scheduled for early next year. Based on information obtained from people close Gibss, before moving to work in the private sector, Gibbs is leaving his career in the White House last month, was asked to assist the general election campaign of 2012, to choose another Obama as U.S. president. However, as reported by Reuters and quoted on Monday (3/28/2011), up wanting Gibbs immediately provide an answer to their offer. There has been no official statement from both. Neither up nor Gibbs declined to comment on.

Notion Ink Adam Review and Specification

Posted by Tio Jericho Friday, 15 April 2011

Notion Ink Adam Review

Notion Ink AdamWhen it was first announced, the Notion Ink Adam tablet looked awfully like vapourware: a tablet that cost less than an iPad, delivered more horsepower than the average Android device and included an LCD screen that did a great impression of E-Ink sounded too good to be true.
Apparently not: pre-orders are shipping, and we’re mere days away from discovering whether the Notion Ink Adam is the gadget of the decade so far or 2011′s Palm Foleo.
So what’s all the fuss about? Here’s what we know.
The Notion Ink Adam release date is now
The planned November release date came and went, but it’s shipping now – sort of. The tablet hasn’t passed EU approvals yet, but Notion Ink reckons that a UK release date is imminent.
The Notion Ink Adam specifications include a dual core processor
The Adam specifications revolve around a dual core Tegra 250 processor, which is based on ARM’s Cortex A9 and tuned for 1080p high definition video. There’s agigabyte of RAM, 8GB of flash storage (which can be supplemented via the Adam’s microSD slot) and a 10.1″, 1024×600 display.
Notion Ink Adam
The usual Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and 3G are present and correct along with a 3.2MP swivelling camera, compass and GPS, but the Adam has another trick up it sleeve: an optional Pixel Qi display that can turn off its backlight to deliver an E-Ink-style reading experience.
The Notion Ink Adam software is Android
The Adam will ship with Android 2.3, aka Gingerbread, but Notion Ink promises that the Adam will be fully compatible with – and updated to – Android 3.0 Honeycomb when Google finally finishes it.
The Notion Ink Adam’s screen is causing a bit of controversy
There’s a bit of a kerfuffle over the Adam’s screen: the blurb promises “pure matte glass”, but customers are finding that it’s a glossy screen with a matte screen protector instead. In an email to Slashgear, CEO Rohan Shavan clarifies things somewhat: the panels themselves are matte, but there’s low gloss glass on top of them.
The Notion Ink Adam UK price hasn’t been revealed yet
The short-lived ordering page on the Notion Ink website – all orders have been sold out – listed four versions of the Adam, all priced in US dollars. The backlit LCD with Wi-Fi was $375.33 and Wi-Fi plus 3G was $425.33; the Pixel Qi LCD was $499.45 for the Wi-Fi-only model and $549.99 if you wanted 3G too.
At current exchange rates and taking VAT into account, that means the Notion Ink Adam UK price would range from £282 to £414. Cheap, isn’t it?

Notion Ink Adam Specification and Features

  • Thickness: ~14 mm
  • Width: 191 mm
  • Length: 269 mm
  • Weight: ~1.6 pounds
System on Chip
  • NVIDIA Tegra 250
  • Dual Core Cortex A-9
  • 1GB DDR2 RAM
  • 1GB SLC
  • 8 GB Flash
  • Micro-SD Card support
Power & Battery
  • Universal Charger
  • 3 cell 24.6Whr battery
  • 10.1″ WSVGA (1024 x 600)
  • Optional Pixel Qi display
    with Matte Coating:
    Transmissive, transflective,
    and reflective modes
  • Multi-touch
  • Matte Screen Guard
  • Anti glare coating
  • Scratch resistant
  • Finger print resistant
  • 3.2 MP Auto Focus Swivel
  • WLAN – 802.11 b/g/n
  • Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR
  • WWAN – 3G HSPA

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