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iSlate to ship in March

Apple (NSDQ:AAPL) will likely officially unveil its long-rumored tablet PC this month and start shipping it in March, according to a story Monday in The Wall Street Journal.
Citing unnamed sources who were briefed by Apple, the report said that the still-to-be-completed device will have a 10-inch to 11-inch touchscreen display, and that it is currently being developed with two different material finishes, although it is unclear if that means there will be multiple versions or if the different finishes are just for testing.

Apple since at least May of last year has been rumored to be entering the tablet PC market.

Tablet PCs have been around for a decade, and the market already has a number of vendors, including Asus, Dell (NSDQ:Dell), Fujitsu, Hewlett-Packard (NYSE:HPQ), Lenovo, Motion Computing, TabletKiosk and Toshiba.

However, the tablet PC market has been hampered by a lack of applications that take advantage of the touchscreen displays and stylus devices that most models include. Most of the tablet PCs on the market are aimed at business users, while Apple’s customer base is more consumer-focused.

The Wall Street Journal expects Apple’s tablet PC to be aimed at letting users watch movies and TV shows, surf the Web, play games, and read electronic books and newspapers. One possible application, according to the report, would be electronic versions of textbooks and newspapers with a touch interface and the ability to integrate up-to-the-minute information from multiple sources.

The report also said that the Apple tablet would likely connect to Wi-Fi wireless services, but not to a 3G cellular network because of bandwidth issues.

New Google Doodle!

Today is Sir Issac Newton’s Birthday and as usual Google has a new doodle on its Homepage.

But this time, it is somewhat better and it feels great with fade in enabled.
When you go to the Google homepage you see a bunch of Apples on a tree and suddenly one Apple falls down(only in fade in).
Also if you just press I am Feeling Lucky without any query entered into the search box you see a Happy New Year kind of animation with stars twinkling. Check it out now!

Google Tablet!


After all the speculation about the Apple Tablet, it is rumored that maybe Google and HTC are working out on a new tablet. The tablet would be a competitor to the iSlate.
The Google tablet would run chrome OS which cannot be compared to the MacOS(supposed to be run by the iSlate).
It’s hard to foresee a future in which a Google Tablet tries to go head to head with Apple on the content level. That’s not to say, however, that there aren’t some compelling things that could be offered by a Google tablet. As the launch of Google’s Chrome OS made clear, they’re looking toward a future with a multitude of devices that can access the Internet quickly, cleanly and cheaply. A Google Tablet could be just the thing to realise all of those goals. When we tried out the JooJoo tablet, we saw how a well-designed tablet for consuming web content could work well. A Chrome OS tablet by Google would likely work the same way, keeping typing to a minimum and offering a literal hands-on web surfing experience.

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Google vs Bing-Make your Decision!

With the launch of Bing a lot of people were confused whether to use Bing as their default search engine or Google?
A website known as googlevbing.com helps users resolve this query.

The name of the Search Engine is Soloogle. When performing a search for a query or product say “iPod Touch” it divides the screen into two and displays the result in Bing and in Google.

Bing had its ads right up on the top which was annoying whilst Google had its had under the Sponsored Links Tab which was neatly placed on the right hand side of the screen. Of course the next on both search engines was the link to Apple’s Website.

Second up on Google was the Shopping results and in bing was the image results. Sadly, bing did not include any Shopping results.

Google also had a video result which would redirect you to Youtube whereas bing did not.

Both Google and Bing did have the Related Searches box which was very useful.

The best thing in was that it provided information about the product at the bottom end of the results which was damn good.

Google’s automcomplete feature was awesome, while Bing gave results to never known before sites.

In the end from my part, I think Google is a clear winner!
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YouTube HTML 5!


Google, is promoting HTML 5 . Now, they have introduced a look of how HTML 5 can be used to create web graphics, designs etc. They also said that you could play YouTube videos without the Flash Player.
The Flash Player has a lot of security loopholes in it. The amount of securiy threats to flash are increasing day by day.
So Google has launched this demo of HTML 5 to help users understand the threat of flash and to make them have a look at HTML 5.
To have a look at the demo go to http://www.youtube.com/html5

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Google News – Add a Section

Google News has yet another feature which tends to amaze users. This new feature in Google news is known as “Add a Section”. Users can now add a section to Google news about a topic on which they need the news feed.

There are various topics to choose from like cars,technology etc.

To add a section, a user must not be necessarily logged on, but logging in provides a good utiliztion of the tool.

The website creates a cookie of the Google News page, whereby if you visit it the next time, it remembers your last added section without even logging in. But the sad part is that if you manually remove the cookies or use a software such as CCleaner or TuneUp Utilities, you need to add a section whenever you visit the page.

To add a section go to news.google.com and on the top right corner of your screen you could see this feature.

Predictions Galore -iPhone 4G Predictions!

Oh! Well oh well! It is really hard to make predictions for the iPhone . It has nearly got every possible thing.
But still there are a few things which are missing and are listed below:-

1. Camera – The iPhone is very much supposed to get a 5MP camera which supports video recording.

2. Non-Jail-breakable- Apple is going to ship non-jail-breakable iPhones. But as we all know these dev people are unbeatable.

3. WiFi/n – This is a new level of wifi which supports extremely high data transfer at a tremendous speed. The iPhone is bound to have this.

4. Larger display- This feature is rumored at various sources that the iPhone will get a larger display of 5inch.

5. Upgraded iPhone OS- The iPhone OS would be upgraded to 4.0 which should add an office app (iwork) and also Bluetooth transfer capabilities with other non-iphone OS devices.

Predictions Galore- iMac Predictions (2010)

Yes Yes, i do know that Apple has recently released a new iMac and it would be dumb to make any further changes so soon.
But guess what, Apple is planning to release another iMac somehere in the end of 2010 or start of 2011.
The features to be included are:-

1.Intel Core i9 processors- Oh Gosh! these are to be developed by Intel(ofcourse) and it has been rumored that Intel has set up a partnership with Apple for the i9’s.It is codenamed GulfTown and has 6 Cores.

2.46′- It is also truly believed that Apple is going to launch their 46 inch iMac…wow…who would then go for a tv? instead just plug in a Tv Tuner Card.

3. 32 or 64 Gigabytes Of RAM- Just imagine how fast the PC would work with such beasts loaded.

4. 6TB of storage.

5. nVidia/AMD Better Graphics.

6. As usual and 100% sure is the costly price of the imacs….ha ha

Wow! Lets hope Apple rolls out these Upgrades soon…..