Engadget received an shot from an anonymous person of what is purportedly the inside of the new MacBook Air. It looks like the screen size is 13,3-inch which is the same as the older one, in the picture you see a re-designed case with extra room for battery cells and apparently no room for a hard drive “which can only mean it is probably making use of some sort of flash-based storage device.” » Picture Of The New MacBook Air?
iLounge announced that ColorWare is now offering custom coloring service for fourth-generation iPod touch units. Costumers can choose their own color for the back of the iPod Touch, the home button and the earbuds. They have a variety of solid, metallic, and pearlescent colors. Its not cheap but it will make your iPod Touch unique from the rest of the iDevice users. » Give Your iPod Touch 4G The Color Of Your Choice
Engadget received a video from CEATEC of the new Fujitsu dual screen phone with TAT-designed interface. I am very surprised to see a phone like this and I am definitely interested in buying a phone like this. Both displays can be rotated between portrait and landscape, and it looks very good in combination with TAT’s software, especially the photo gallery if you ask me. » Video Of The New Fujitsu Dual Screen Phone
There has always been a war going on between Apple and Google and because Apple launched the Apple TV, Google response hard. The Google TV can be some serious competition for the Apple TV. Google showed of apps and content for their upcoming TV in a Quick Tour. » Google Shows Of Google TV Apps & Content
Today TAT has announced that Fujitsu Japan “will reveal a ground breaking dual screen mobile phone user interface powered by TAT’s design and technology initiatives.” We don’t know which of TAT’s features will make the phone, but the dual screen will get “radically changes the user interaction and requires advanced design”. Is this the future? Is this 2014? Or are we getting to far ahead of ourselves? Well will have to wait until the test phone’s unveiling (hopefully tomorrow!) at the CEATEC 2010 exhibit in Tokyo. » TAT’s Interface Design In Fujitsu’s Dual-Screen Phone
It looks like we found our first iPad musician. We are not sure where he is from but some people commented that its in Moscow, Russia. He used the iPad app Seline HD which you can get for $9.99 in the app store and recorded the sound using binaural microphones.
Samsung just released a 9 minutes hands-on demo of their upcoming iPad rival, the Samsung Galaxy Tab. The demo shows all the key feature and benefit of the 7 inch Samsung Galaxy Tab, such as Advanced Media, Productivity and Communication, and On the Go. » Samsung Galaxy Tab Demo [video]