Dec 6, 2010

Android 2.3 Gingerbread Official Specifications and Improvements revealed! (with official Video!)

As we have mentioned again and again about the imminent release of Gingerbread, the new version of Android is here! The new build is being called out as significantly better for game development, tying in nicely with all these Sony Ericsson rumors we've been hearing as of late. Also on deck is tightly-integrated VoIP support, video calling support via a front camera, better cut-and-paste, NFC integration, gyroscope support for more accurate orientation data, an improved download manager, a redesigned keyboard with multitouch support, and an integrated task manager. The first device with 2.3 onbaord will be the Nexus S which will be available for purchase  in USA after December 16th "online and in-store from all Best Buy and Best Buy Mobile stores," either unlocked or with a T-Mobile plan. In the UK, look for the Nexus S to hit December 20th at Carphone Warehouse and Best Buy UK. Hit the read more link for the platform's introductory video. 


Using a modified version of Porsche’s twin-turbocharged 3.6L flat-six, the 911 GT2 RS cranks out an amazing 620 horsepower, out gunning the previous model by a significant 90 horsepower. Perhaps more importantly, the latest GT2 RS has also shed 154 pounds, netting a total curb weight of just 3,021 pounds. The new model is also 5 percent more fuel efficient than the last-generation car.
Pairing that power with a svelte weight results in some tremendous performance figures, with the 911 GT2 RS capable of accelerating from 0-62 in just 3.5 seconds. The sprint to 124mph can be dealt with in 9.8 seconds, accelerating on to a top speed of 205 mph. Hit the read more link for more pictures and videos!

2011 CHRYSLER 300

Like its Dodge Charger platform mate, the new 300 looks to be a very thorough facelift, leaving elements of the current design somewhat intact. The interior is clearly vastly improved, addressing what was often the biggest complaint with the vehicle.
The rear-end gets new LED tail-lights, a reshaped trunk lid, and a new rear bumper with integrated exhaust tips which are more a part of the rear styling. Hit the read more link for more details and pictures.

Mind controlled devices!

Now this makes touchscreens and even Microsoft's Kinect seem so last century. Throw out your touchscreens, kibosh your Kinects: thought-controlled computing is the new new thing. Brain-computer interface technology has been simmering for years, and seems finally ready to bubble out of research labs and into the real world. Click the read more link for the complete article.


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