Saturday, 3 December 2011

Get Your Own 3D Printer!

Although the printer itself looks like an early prototype for a microwave oven or some kind of toaster, there’s presumably some state-of-the-art technology hiding behind that, not overly attractive, exterior. If you put in a little something along with some plastic, balsa wood and wax it will “print” out a replica in 3D for you–and we’re not talking about the kind of 3D that requires active-shutter glasses to view, but actual three-dimensional stuff. In other words you should be able to set up a little operation cloning rare Star Wars figurines and start selling them for boatloads of cash. Maybe.
The Roland Imodela IM-01 is connected via USB and is not much bigger than your average desktop PC and the price tag is just 1000 dollars, which is considerably less than any other products of its kind usually sell for.

Check out the video below and start fantasizing about what you could do with one of these things:

Sony introduced the new HDR-PJ50 Projector Handycam in India

Sony has launched its new Projector Handycam HDR-PJ50 in India. The handycam is capable of recording full 1080p HD video and features a built-in high contrast Pico projector which is capable of projecting the recorded contents (video/still pictures) on walls or ceilings or infact on any flat surface in full colors.
The Handycam features 29.8 mm wide angle Sony G lens, internal 220GB hard disk drive and comes with in-built high contrast projector that can project up to 60 degree diagonal image on any flat surface without using any additional plug-in wires, cables, computer or television.
It also features Optical Steady Shot technology with Active Mode that helps  resulting in remarkably less impact on the video captured of shaky and wobbly movements.
The anti-shake technology on the Sony Handycam HDR-PJ50 compensates for camera shake to help users get sharper videos.

Key Features:
  • HD Video Codec:     MPEG4-AVC/H.264
  • SD Video Codec:     MPEG2-PS
  • Media Storage Type:     220GB Hard Disk Drive
  • Movie Recording on Memory Stick and SD/SDHC Memory Card
  • Image Sensor:    1/4-inch”Exmor R” CMOS Sensor
  • Image Processor:     BIONZ
  • Sony G Lens / 30mm Lens
  • 12X Optical Zoom
  • 160X Digital Zoom
  • Audio Format supported:    Dolby Digital 5.1ch, Dolby Digital 5.1Creator / Dolby Digital 2ch Stereo, Dolby Digital Stereo Creator
  • Built-in Zoom Mic
  • 7.1 Mega Pixels (3072 x 2304, 4:3) still picture
  • Optical SteadyShot (Active mode) Image Stabilization
  • 3.0-inch Clear Photo LCD Plus (230K dots / Wide 16:9), Touch Panel
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 64 x 66 x 128mm
  • Weight: 440 gms
The new Sony Projector Handycam HDR-PJ50 is priced Rs.59,990/- with warranty and is available in all leading stores.

LG Optimus Pad: A 3D Tablet LG Optimus Pad G-slate 3D tablet live demo hands-on LG Optimus Pad review LG launches Optimus 3D, Optimus Pad Reviews LG Optimus Pad, Tablet First with 3D Camera Review LG V900 Optimus Pad Tablet Quad-core 3D tablet LG Optimus Pad 2 pictures leaked

LG Optimus Pad, a brand new midsized tablet from LG is ready to release soon in the market. The tablet runs on the Android 3.0 Honeycomb Operating System. The tablet support all Google’s application like Gmail, Gtalk. YouTube is also provided in this beautiful tablet. The display is 8.9’’ touch screen and comes with a resolution of 1280 x 768 pixels with 3D effects. On the rear end is a 5MP camera with auto focus and LED flash. Also included is a front facing 2MP camera enabling the users to video chat.

The tablet is a little bulky weighing approximately 621 gms. Powered by a 1GHz dual core NVIDIA processor, the tablet is expected to take up the market in a wave. The tablet has internal storage of 32 GB and comes with a microSD card slot expandable upto yet another 32GB. All the connectivity options like Wi-Fi, 3G, GPRS, EDGE, GPS with A-GPS support, Bluetooth are included in the tablet.

LG Optimus Pad will be shipped in a single black colored model. Also included in the tablet is a 3.5mm audio jack enabling you to plug in your favorite earphones. One of the drawbacks of the tablet is no FM radio I included in it. The release date and the price of the tablet are still unknown but lets hope that it will release soon this year with an affordable price tag.

LG Optimus Pad G-slate 3D tablet live demo hands-on video


Top iphone apps for doctors

iPhone Apps:
The iPhone is amongst one of the most famous smart phones developed to date. The first iPhone was launched in to the market in 2007 by late formerCEOof Apple Inc. Steve Jobs. That phone called the ‘iPhone 2G’ was a big success in the market and since there has been a line of iPhone models each topping its predecessor in terms of not only software but also in looks. One of the main reasons for the iPhone being such a big hit amongst its wonderful touch experience and handsome look is the large variety of applications available on the iTunes app store. These applications vary from highly graphical games that are not only fun to play but also enhance your iPhone experience as well as are very useful applications. Some of these useful applications are as follows:
  • Location applications for travelers
  • Financial applications (such as currency rates, interest rates, etc.)
  • Networking applications (such as Facebook, LinkedIn, twitter, etc.)
  • Medical applications for Doctors.
This article will discuss some of the top iPhone medical applications for doctors and their usages.
Medical applications:
There are a number of medical applications that are available online on the iTunes application store ready to be downloaded and used. These applications can be of great assistance to doctors and medical students and we will see how these are used in the following explanations. Some of these applications are as follows:
1.    Anesthesiology i-pocketcards: This is an application related to anesthetics and is one of the best ever invented applications. It is the perfect software for you if your specialization is in anesthesiology. It is a complete guide giving you all references and dosage amounts. Frequently asked questions are also answered when one is using this application. It gives one all the information he needs and is not a very a costly one either costing nothing more than $4.00.
2.    MedCalc: This free application is a very useful tool. This has been rated very high by iPhone users. It consists of a lot of medical formulas and descriptions and that too in very detail. This is very useful to have in your phone as you can do large medical calculations on the go without having to remember difficult formulas or carrying calculators for those large calculations.
3.    Drug Infusion: This is another very useful application for those in the field of medical. It calculates the drip concentrations and IV rates and is very useful when you need these calculations very fast.
4.    Heart Pro: It is one of the best doctor’s applications which is certainly meant to give assistance to those in the cardiology section of medical. It creates a 3D graphic of the human heart giving you the option to rotate around and see cross sections and hence giving you a ready human heart in your pocket for observation purposes.
Hence we can see how useful these applications are and are definitely a lot of help to doctors and all others in the field of medical.

LG Reveals World's First Transparent Mobile LG-GD900 LG Unveils Transparent Mobile Phone: LG-GD900

LG’s has introduced some really great technology to showcase in the market. LG has something that we weren’t expecting – the world’s first transparent design phone, the LG-GD900.When opened, its sliding, translucent keypad illuminates a cool glow that reflects the phone’s sleek and polished silver body. It also tries to live up to the highest level of technical features expected in a premium caliber handset, including its dedicated Bluetooth headset. The specs have not however, been released just yet.

World's First Transparent Design
Designed by exceptional beauty and durability innovation on mind, the revolutionary LG GD900 is in a device of its own in the market of phones. As the world's first transparent design phone, LG GD900 lets you stand out from the crowd. Its stunning scratch-resistance drop-down transparent Crystal Touchpad beautifully blends elegance and functionality, while its exclusive Gesture Shortcut technology let you navigate seamlessly with a single touch. Transparent yet full of features, LG GD900 Crystal reveals the extraordinary.

Honda’s Micro Commuter concept car can be controlled with a smartphone

I’ve been seeing some nifty concept cars lately, like Toyota’s Fun-Vii. I’m not certain whether or not Honda can beat a car with touchscreen displays on the inside and outside, but the Honda Micro Commuter concept car could be it.
The Honda Micro Commuter does have interchangeable panels that insert in the front and sides that allow users to customize how their cars look with a 2D graphic pattern. Another killer feature is that it allows users to control the car’s various functions remotely via smartphone. 

My Source does not reveal what functions are controllable with a smartphone, but I’m guessing that one can’t drive the car from the cell phone. I think James Bond had one of those in Tomorrow Never Dies. What is the legality of a full-sized remote control car?
Just to let you know, this car has a room for three. There is a driver that controls the car with two joystick-like levers, and two passengers can sit in the back. I like how the fenders practically cover the tires, and I love how the tires are white.
Yes, this is a concept car that was revealed this week at the Tokyo Motor Show, and it is probably not going to be hitting the road anytime soon.

The Pelican 1075 HardBack Case

For those who are looking for some extra protection for the iPad, tablet PC, netbook, or other smaller laptop, then you might want to check out the Pelican 1075 HardBack Cases. 

The 1075 model is dustproof, watertight, as well as crushproof. It has been tested for impact and submersion to three feet, and it has an easy-open latch as well as a built-in automatic purge valve to keep water and dust out while balancing air pressure.
It also has a molded liner which is designed to add impact shock protection and not scratch the tablet. There is enough room underneath your device in the 1075 for some accessories like an adapter, cables, or earbuds.
In short, you can afford to put your small PC into a case for “your office on the go”. It even comes with a strap so you can sling it around your shoulder. You don’t have to worry about banging against wall or door with your gear in this box.
I found a lot of models of the Pelican 1075 with foam or computer liner, and the i1075 comes with an iPad Insert. The price is about $59.95 on Amazon, and you might want to look at some similar Hardback cases on the Pelican site like the 1085 and the 1095.

Panasonic Android Phones to Debut in Europe

Panasonic has decided to sell Android cell phones in Europe as it contemplates on outsourcing of the production of Android phones to some other company or make it in its domestic plants, in South East Asia.
Soon it may begin to operate its Android cell phone market chain in the US too. Nikkei, a renowned business publication in Japan have reported that if all goes well, Panasonic will sell in Asia and North America.

The Japanese Market Realities:
This revelation has come at a time when Japanese cell phone market has seen colossal reorganization. The cell phone market has consolidated after the number of companies has dropped to five from thirteen. After the iPhone, gadgets had burst into the scene, everything changed quickly, and the Japanese market has shrunk and stabilized. This had led to global marketing of Japanese companies but, most of them did not fare well.
Panasonic to Reverse the Trend:
It is now the turn of Panasonic to go global and make inroads into the global market dominated by well set players for a long time. The biggest business publication in Japan, the Nikkei, has recently reported that the company is on the verge of signing a deal with a European telecommunication utmost to bring out smartphones with the Android OS into Europe.
Panasonic has been hugely successful in the Android market selling smartphones like hot cakes in the domestic, Japanese market. Take for instance the Panasonic LUMIX 101P Android gadget. It features Android 2.3 Gingerbread with exclusive features like digital TV tuner and 13.2 MP CMOS LUMIX sensors. Last year the company had sold 4.4 million Android phones in Japan. So going by its international dreams, Panasonic has set a target of selling about 7.5 million units every year internationally by 2015.

Tuesday, 29 November 2011

Samsung SUR40 for Microsoft® Surface Samsung SUR40 for Microsoft Surface available for pre-order in 23 countries, expected to ship in 2012 Samsung SUR40: A New Way to Interact Samsung SUR40 for Microsoft Surface Now Available for Pre-order!

Samsung has teamed up with Microsoft® to aid businesses like yours in delivering the latest in touch-screen display technology to customers. Meet the Samsung SUR40 for Microsoft. It presents your brand and business in a way that completely changes the way we talk to customers

Samsung’s SUR40 for Microsoft Surface merges Samsung’s touch technology built into its LCD panel with Microsoft’s capability of touch and object recognition to create a unique Sensors-in-Pixel (SIP) technology that will revolutionize the touchscreen industry.
SUR40 is next generation of surfaces consisting of large LCD screen that can “see”.  This screen can “see” not just the tips of your fingers but your entire hand with multiple people using it together as well as objects that you put on the screen.
It is powered by Samsung’s PixelSense technology. PixelSense actually captures these images over millions of infrared sensors in the LCD display, which recognize, processes and interpret these pictures and passes it to the appropriate application.
With 50 simultaneous touch points, multiple people can be working simultaneously on SUR40. Objects such as Red Bull cans, coffee mugs, cameras, mobiles and even paper can be placed on top of the surface and each can start up its own relevant application.
The 40-inch HD SUR40 panel with a thickness of just 4-inches is made of Corning Gorilla Glass toughened to withstand extensive handling along with a few coffee spills. With a 1080p, 16:9, 1920 x 1080 display you get amazing clarity and brightness. It can be kept on a flat surface or hung up on a wall depending on its usage.
SUR40 is powered by embedded AMD Athon Dual-Core 2.9GHz processor along with AMD HD6750M GPU with DirectX 11 giving you substantial processing horsepower and outstanding graphics capability.
With great scope for commercial usage, Samsung and Microsoft see their SUR40 being used in practically any industry that requires interacting with people from healthcare, hospitality, education, retail and manufacture.
Now available for pre-order in 23 countries including India at the Samsung site, Samsung SUR40 for Microsoft Surface will be shipped by January 2012.
To know the pricing, Samsung has given the numbers and mail-id of the country sales in-charges on their site. Lots of numbers are going around the net but the best way to get the price in India would be to call up the Samsung sale representative.

Toshiba launches Android smartbook AC100 in India Toshiba’s First Android Smartbook AC100 Toshiba AC100 – First Android Toshiba’s Smartbook Launched Follow Us Toshiba AC100 Smartbook Unboxing & First Impressions Toshiba AC100 Smartbook, the first Tegra 2 device hits India

AC100 is Toshiba’s first Mobile Internet Device now upgraded to Android 2.2 platform powered by 1 GHz Nvidia Tegra processor. AC100 is sleek and lightweight yet is perfect for heavy content processing. Having instant start-up time of less than a minute, full-size keyboard and long battery life, it can be used anywhere and anytime.
Its ultra light weight of 870 gms and slender stylish looks with just 14mm at its thinnest point makes it easy to put into any bag and carry around. A 10.1-inch 1024 x 600 display screen with Toshiba Clear SuperView technology displays your content perfectly. The upgraded Toshiba AC100 has its own Toshiba Market.

It has a 512Mb RAM with 16GB storage. For Internet connectivity it supports Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and 3G. 2 USB Ports and HDMI help you connect to other devices. It also supports a 1.3MP webcam and stereo speakers for video chat.
Some of the default apps available are Opera Mobile 10, Toshiba Media Player, Default Browser, Toshiba file Manager, SingleClick Connect, Email client, sound recorder and others. With the OS upgraded to Android 2.2 Froyo, AC100 should show better performance.
With a drop in prices, upgraded Toshiba AC100′s Wi-Fi version is available for $275 while the 3G version may cost a little more.

Droid 4 official pics and RAZR-with-keyboard confirming specs leak out Motorola Droid 4 Adds A Keyboard to Razr DROID 4 accessories leaked: lapdocks, HD docks and wireless keyboard with trackpad Android Soft Keyboard Alternatives: Comparing 47 different (free) input methods from ABC Keyboard to ZetaType for Droid

How it looks if you take the Droid Razr design and add a slide-out QWERTY keyboard? Meet the Motorola Droid 4, the latest recruit in the Android army, breaking cover this weekend via leaked photos from Droid Life. There’s no official confirmation of this phone yet, which is expected to arrive on Verizon’s 4G LTE network on December 8.

The purported leaked specs show that the Droid 4 would match many the specs of the Droid Razr, with 4G LTE connectivity, 1GB of RAM, a dual-core 1.2GHz processor and an 8-megapizel camera with 1080p HD video capture and image stabilization. There’s also a front-facing camera for video chat for the successor of the Droid 3, launched just six months ago.
The Droid 4 also borrows a few of the design traits of the Razr, with the same water-repellent coating to protect against spills, and the Gorilla Glass display. The Droid 4 display however, is smaller than on the Razr – 4 inches on the Droid 4 versus 4.3 inches on the Razr. The screen technology is different too: the Droid 4 uses the same qHD display technology as the Droid 3, while the Razr has a Super AMOLED display.
The slide-out QWERTY keyboard on the Droid 4 received a face-lift as well. The 5-row keyboard (with dedicated numbers row) uses edge backlighting, and if you invested in one of Motorola’s Lapdocks (100, 500 Pro), you’ll be happy to hear the Droid 4 is compatible with them. Dedicated accessories will also include an HD Dock and Station, an in-car navigation dock or a wireless keyboard with attached trackpad.
Previous leaks of the Droid 4 indicate the device will also feature a microSD card slot under the back cover, as well as microUSB and microHDMI connectors on the bottom right side. Until Motorola officially announced the phone, pricing for the device is yet unknown, but chances are it would cost $300 with a two-year contract, as most of Verizon’s 4G high-end devices.

Fujitsu Arrows F-07D is now the world's thinnest smartphone Fujitsu Unveils Arrows F-07D Slimmest Smartphone Fujitsu Arrows F-07D Hits FCC, Challenges DROID RAZR as World’s Thinnest Phone Fujitsu Arrows F-07D measures 0.26" at the FCC, crowned world’s thinnest smartphone Fujitsu Arrows F-07D Android Just Over Quarter-Inch Thick Fujitsu Arrows F-07D nabs 'thinnest smartphone' title, Droid Razr retorts: 'real phones have (some) curves

Many devices have been competing to become the world’s thinnest device ever. There has however been very little competition to the Motorolla Droid Razer up till now. But recently the Fujitsu Arrows F-07D has emerged as the secretive winner. 

The Smartphone is now entitled as the worlds thinnest Android handset that measures a minimal of 6.7mm. Fujitsu has emerged as a clear winner with flying colours. It is one the thinnest of all in the line. A whooping 0.26 inches is what makes the device so desirable. The Japanese however were not very happy with the claims set forth by Razer. The F-07D too has some bulging points at its side. The device has the 1.4GHz Qualcomm Snap Dragon processor that equips the device very well. The device ships the Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS that lets you work very well with the applications and powers the device to the fullest. Along with this, there is 1GB of internal memory space and a 512 MB RAM giving you ample to cherish for. The body is a waterproof one that features an OLED screen with resolution is 480 x 854p and it will definitely get you on the run with the videos and playback. Along with being a waterproof device, the screen is fully protected by the Gorilla Glass. The device is not only thin to look at. As said very well, big things come in small packages. The shooter of the Smarty is embedded on the rear. It is a whooping 5MP camera that will get you in the fun mood always. The handset also has the HDMI and the microUSB ports to connect well with the others. Having all this information, the price part is still unknown. This will however be revealed soon to the inquisitive users. The price will certainly not fall in the range of Razer but might be somewhere in the mid range. The handset will definitely please the Japanese obsessed users who have committed themselves to use those products. For the others too it will act as a complete set of entertainment and the privilege of having the thinnest device in the world to ones possession.

Saturday, 26 November 2011

Motorola XT615 rocks a single-core 800MHz processor, Gingerbread

Motorola unveiled a new device for the Far East region, or so we think. The name of the phone is Motorola XT615 and it will first be available in Taiwan through Taiwan Mobile starting mid-December. We’re talking about a solid mid-range device with specs that include an 800MHz processor, 512MB of RAM, 1GB of ROM, 4-inch FWVGA (854×480 pixels) touchscreen, 8-megapixel camera with flash on the back, VGA front-facing camera, HSPA and Wi-Fi connectivity, Bluetooth 3.0, memory expansion slot, while Android 2.3 Gingerbread is running the show. Size wise, the XT615 measures 117.7×60.5×9.85 mm and weighs 123.6 grams. It will be available for 10,900 Taiwanese dollars, which translates into about $360. Of course, that’s the off-contract price, with no strings attached.

Motorola Glam – Dual Sim Android Phones in India

Motorola planning to launch first dual-sim Android phone in India next week. Dubbed as Milestone XT800, is actually a renamed Motorola Glam XT800.

The Glam has one GSM and one CDMA slot, so users have some flexibility in terms of choices for phone and data functions. The 3.7-inch (854×480) touch screen phone also has an HDMI-out port, GPS and a 5 megapixel camera. Bluetooth, Wi-fi, 3G, EDGE and GPRS round up the connectivity options for the phone which is supposedly coming pre-loaded with Android 2.2 Froyo. It powered with TI OMAP3430 550 Mhz processor, 256 MB RAM. It also enables users to view and edit documents in popular formats including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF and Zip. The handset has built-in GPS satellite navigation using Google Maps, which helps the owner find their current location and chart routes to various destinations quickly and accurately.
The phone will be priced at Rs. 31,999 which, Motorola has already released an upgraded version of the phone, the XT800+, in China. See the video below:

Windows 8 developer on First HTC touch based phone: learn how to install it

Microsoft has just launched the windows 8 version on the HTC smartphone. HTC shift was the first touch screen phone developed with the collaboration with Microsoft.

It served all the purposes of a PC with an Intel A110 Stanley CPU that had a speed of 800 MHz with the advent of this phone in 2008; it became the talk of the town with business houses reaping its benefits. It had software that was competent enough to hold windows 7. But with the advent of windows 8, Microsoft has added it to HTC smart phones to give it a new version.
Installation of windows 8
To install windows 8, you will have to clear all of your drives and do a clear installation. Getting help from Vista will be too complicated, so we will ignore it. Excluding the USB stick make sure all the other external storage gadgets have been removed. Start by enabling your Wi-Fi connection via the control panel found in the Vista. The capacity of the USB stick should be more than 8GB, and your computer must run with the normal windows. In Linux or OS, the steps will have slight variations. Clean out the phone and install windows 8 developer preview. Then manually apply all drives.
Worst case scenario
It is extremely common to experience problems while doing the above application. In case you fail, you will have to use Our Procedure to create a bootable Windows 8 USB stick. Then open the USB and create a folder called Drivers and in the newly created folder copy Intel GMA drives and Windows Mobile Device Centre. Download the archive that appears on your desktop.
Make sure that you have a backup for all of your data before beginning.

iPhone Clone – Lenovo oPhone

The name is quite similar that’s why it’s called iPhone clone , however about features, we think it’s different. Lenovo’s OPhone O1 is an android based phone designed for China Mobile which is one of the biggest mobile carriers in the world. The Lenovo OPhone features Lenovo’s own OMS (Open Mobile System) which is a customized version of Android OS that comes with a more attractive User Interface and Icons etc.
Features: The OPhone is powered by 624MHz processor, 128MB RAM, and 8GB or 16GB internal storage.

OPhone models variations:
  • The 3G version with TD-SCDMA support that has a 5 megapixel camera
  • The 2.75GB version (ET70) that supports EDGE and has a 3.2 Megapixel camera.

Both models come with built-in CMMB digital mobile TV which is viewed on a 3.5-inch touch screen so how’s that? Do you love to buy or not, share with us…in comments sections below and also like on googleplus and Fb

Kingston Announces DataTraveler HyperX 3.0

Independent world leader in memory products, Kingston Digital just launched Kingston DataTraveler HyperX 3.0. Designed especially for enthusiasts and gamers, DataTraveler HyperX 3.0 offers fastest speeds and largest capacities that Kingston has to offer in USB Flash drive. Featuring eight-channel architecture provides USB 3.0 data transfer rates of up to 225MB/s read and 135MB/s write. Its super-fast write speeds allow users to work on large files or apps directly from USB 3.0 drive without performance lag.

“Enthusiasts have long known HyperX as the memory of choice for overclockers and power users who need the most performance from system memory,” said Andrew Ewing, Flash memory business manager, Kingston. “The new DataTraveler HyperX 3.0 USB Flash drive continues this tradition. With the fastest speeds and largest capacity, this storage device is the perfect solution for users who require high performance and carry a lot of data.”
DataTraveler HyperX 3.0 comes in 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB capacities. Its 256GB model can store approximately 10 Blu-ray Discs, 54 DVDs, 48640 MP3s, or 13,473,684 Microsoft Word files pages with various formatting and basic graphics. With durable and sleek design (74.99mm x 23.29mm x 15.9mm), all-new Kingston DataTraveler HyperX 3.0 is a superb storage solution for those tech enthusiasts that require reliable performance and highest capacities to carry their digital library.
Backward compatible with USB 2.0 and USB 1.1 ports, Kingston’s fastest ever flash drive enables users to easily store their digital files and keep it with them at all times. DataTraveler HyperX 3.0 features metal and rubberized casing with reinforced key ring hole for everyday use. DataTraveler HyperX 3.0 is backed by a five-year warranty, 24/7 tech support, and legendary Kingston reliability.
No official words on pricing and release date yet. Stay tuned to gadgeteye for more tech reviews. Don’t forget to share your views with me in the comment box below and share it on your FB,Twitter or like,+ with fb or google plus account.

What Siri is Saying: Brand New Blog Competition

A new blog has recently launched, titled What Siri is Saying. This blog collects the funniest responses to questions asked to the iPhone 4S Siri system. Siri is a voice operated personal assistant who you can ask all sort of questions, or can perform an action on your handset, such as setting an alarm. This blog is dedicated to all of the humorous answers that the system comes up with to your questions.
 Here are the examples shown in blog by iphone users:

The site is set up so that users can upload their own contributions, vote for their favourites and comment on other people’s submissions. There’s also a leader board that shows the entries that have received the most votes.
What Siri is Saying has just launched a competition and they need your help to find the best Siri response. They’re offering the winner £100 worth of Amazon vouchers to the winner, so pretty handy for the festive season! All you need to do, is put forward your Siri submission, and get as many votes as possible, so that you’re at the top of the leader board by Friday 2nd December at 13.00 GMT.
What’s more, you don’t even need an iPhone 4S to enter- you can tweet the guys @WhatSiriisSaying or post on their Facebook wall and they can ask Siri for you to get your response. If it’s good enough, they’ll put it up on the site and then you can get the voting underway!
If you want to find out more about the competition, then visit their website, or even if you don’t want to apply, then just take a look. The entries are sure to provide a chuckle or two during your day!

Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet hitting the market!

Rockchip lays down the claim to the first Android 4.0-powered tablet in the world, although I am not quite sure whether anyone else has beaten them to the punch or not. Named as the Android 4.0 PAD, this tablet will be powered by Rockchip’s RK2918 processor, running on Ice Cream Sandwich OS to boot. Apart from that, it seems as though the RK2918 processor has started to gain traction in the domestic tablet manufacturing industry, not to mention with several other overseas ODMs. This translates to us potentially viewing more and more brands that will have the Android 4.0 operating system running within, so it is only a matter of time before we see such puppies hit the market. Who else do you think will follow suit with a Rockchip processor inside?

T-Mobile USA releases new Sidekick LX

T-Mobile USA has a new smartphone offing for fans who think that the iPhone 3G is cool but not able to fulfil the role of an enterprise device, and we have the T-Mobile Sidekick LX that boasts 3G connectivity for superior data speeds as well as enhanced mobile access to popular social media sites to keep your mind off the recently concluded boardroom meeting that had less than optimistic figures for the coming year which could affect your bonus. The Sidekick LX is already available for pre-order through a Web-only pre-sale for existing T-Mobile customers, and it will come in its now iconic swivel design with two colors (orchid and carbon), boasting the sharpest display as well as thinnest profile ever found on any Sidekick to date.
According to Denny Marie Post, chief marketing officer, T-Mobile USA, Inc., “Our Sidekick customers are going to be blown away by the new features this device is offering, which is why it’s so exciting to give them the exclusive opportunity to get it before anyone else. Today’s Sidekick customers are avid communicators, with three out of four accessing social networking sites on their device at least once per week. The real-time notifications, tied with 3G speeds and GPS, will provide customers with the best experience of any Sidekick before, and we expect it will exceed their expectations.”
Donno whether the device will be upto the hype,..but you guys have a brief look at the specs of the device as follows:
  • Integrated social networking application bundle (Facebook, MySpace and Twitter)
  • 3G connectivity
  • Built-in GPS support with Live Search
  • 3.2-megapixel camera with autofocus and an LED flash
  • Ability to record, play and share videos
  • MP3 playback with streaming audio and streaming RTSP video
  • 3.2” F-WVGA screen at 854 x 480 resolution
  • Support for personal e-mail, SMS, MMS, instant messaging (IM)
  • Clients include AOL Instant Messenger, Windows Live and Yahoo! Messenger
  • Swivel design and full QWERTY keyboard
  • Intuitive user interface with Quick Find
  • Network Address Book
  • Included 1GB microSD memory card
  • Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP connectivity

Do You Want a Phone Like Nokia 888 in Future?

With the everyday developments and innovations breaking in the field of technology, everything is possible which we could ever dream for. Every new technology in handheld gadgets entertains the users more with its modern features, specially the youngsters.
Nokia claims to think about the future of its users. Nokia has planned a new mobile especially for youngsters. Its feature will make your eyes wide open! It’s a handheld, personal communication device which is more than communication and fun. Nokia’s goal through this device is to provide more featured, modern technology to the youngsters who always move from one place to other and love to do different things.

Though full phone specification is not yet known but I can tell you the features which are more than enough to make you astonished. It is fully touch sensitive, flat but flexible device. It is capable to understand the environment and adjust its shape accordingly. It is programmable with anything you want it to be, for any situation. You can carry it in your pocket, wrap around your wrist, attach to your dress, roll it or bend it to change form and put in your bag. Isn’t it fun that you can re-form it as you want? The more interesting thing about Nokia 888 is, you don’t need to learn it, but it will learn you to fit you best.

It turns its shapes according to environment which you can also customize. You can set any form or e-Motion to any function you feel perfect. No phone before Nokia 888 had e-Motion feature. Even you can send and receive e-Motions to other 888 users. If you send a dance e-Motion to your friend, when your friend will receive it, his/her Nokia 888 will move to dance. If you send a heart shape to your friend, your friend’s Nokia 888 will turn into heart shape on receiving it. Not only this, it can be your best assistant gadget for your whole day activities. It is just done by a finger touch!
It is ready to inspire you more when it is announced to be available in market. It is not wrong to title it as “The Phone of Future for Youngsters”. The perfect form does not exist, but you make its form your follow your choice.