Henry Hargreaves, a photographer has created some photos of deep-fried gadgets including Apple’s iPhone, iPad, and Macbook air. According to him, his idea of projecting deep-fried gadgets photos is based on a video watched by him where some Japanese do an attempt to deep fry real PSP which was a nonsuccessive experiment.
In 2010, ADR Studio designed Apple iWatch concept and shared its photos and now after two years they have posted photos of Apple iWatch2 concept with some features descriptions, whereas no original iWatch was launched in market by Apple.
Dell and T-Mobile US has officially announced their first 4G tablet Dell Streak 7 which was rumored for months and now that will hit the markets very soon.
At CES 2011, Microsoft has unveiled a new Touch Mouse for Windows 7 that supports scrolling, panning, forward and back paging, docking, maximizing, minimizing, zooming, navigating, showing desktop and much more.
At CES 2011, Microsoft has showed off new Windows 7 PCs and new Surface 2.0 and this multitouch, tabletop will be available by the end of 2011 in 23 countries worldwide with the retail price tag of $7,600.
Guys at iFixit has performed Apple magic trackpad tear down which was launched some days ago with the price tag of $69.
Apple Store was down today and it was expected that there would be some new products in line to be launched. The wait is over now and Apple come up with New iMac line, Mac Pros, 27 inch LED display, and Multi-touch Magic Trackpad.
Laptopmag has published a list of 25 Most Innovative Products 2010 and they spotted Windows Phone 7 on 4th rank. As you know Microsoft is working on Windows Phone 7 and developing the new mobile OS from the scratch which is expected to hit the markets by the end of this year.
ADR studio has published a brand new Apple’s device iWatch design concept. This is just a concept and they wish if Apple announce iWatch at WWDC2010 event.
At last Microsoft has unveiled most rumored and interesting Project Natal motion controller for Xbox 360 console, in E3 press conference at Los Angeles. Natal is a gadget fully hands-free control system, embedded with motion control sensors. This highly fictional technology used complex facial recognition technique, biometrics and captures each and every individual movement of […]