The Consumer Electronics Show, or CES, is one of the largest showcases of new technology in the world.
Hosted by the Consumer Electronics Association in Las Vegas, CES 2013 will open to press and exhibitors from every facet of the electronics industry.
We’ll wait to descend upon the gambling capital of the world for four days of basking in the glow of the latest computers, televisions, cameras, phones and more.
As We have written in our previous articles about LYTRO , the team has come up with a more better solution.
Hoping for some after-the-fact focusing in your next smartphone camera? Well, you’ll have to wait around a year, but Toshiba’s planning exactly that with a new module that houses an array of 500,000 tiny lenses. Within a 1cm-thick unit, these lenses are layered in front of the camera sensor, which can capture slightly different images from each lens arrangement. Those picture can then be combined in a “complete” picture using Toshiba’s own software. Apparently, the camera will also be able to measure the distance between objects in the shot — similar to how 3D images are captured — with the user then able to shift focus between close and distant detail, or even create images that are in-focus throughout. Toshiba says the module will also be able to capture video with a similar degree of focus management — something that Lytro hasn’t got around to just yet. The sensor is still a work in progress, but the manufacturer plans to commercialize the module before the end of 2013. Toshiba is looking to ally itself with multiple smartphone (and tablet) makers — and here’s hoping that it finds its way into a device outside of Japan.
A blend of both hardware and software would give us a enlightening experience.
As part of ongoing research to help prevent and mitigate disruptions to computer networks on the Internet, researchers at Sandia National Laboratories in California have turned their attention to smartphones and other hand-held computing devices.
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Sandia cyber researchers linked together 300,000 virtual hand-held computing devices running the Android operating system so they can study large networks of smartphones and find ways to make them more reliable and secure. Android dominates the smartphone industry and runs on a range of computing gadgets.
Celkon in the Mobile market is famous for its lower cost of mobiles…. It has been a big hit in other parts of INDIA except Southern States, also in other neighbouring countries. Celkon has already introduced Android range of Smart Phones with the series A , among its class of Android phones A 19 has been a hit in the market with its specifications competing with other smart phones from SAMSUNG, HTC, SONY etc.,
Nokia’s PureView technology has raised many eyebrows in the smartphone industry, with experts and consumers alike both impressed with the results and intrigued by how they are achieved.
Nokia Finally Understands the Public demand for Smart Phones at a lesser price and brings down its series of Lumia ( Windows OS ) Phone to a cheaper price by releasing its new product LUMIA 610 which is priced at a much lower price than its former Series phones….
As we all know that Nokia is facing a very tough competition from Android Smart Phones, It is more focusing to get smart phones at a cheaper price….
Many of the users of smart phones have a great concern with their phone’s battery….i.e because of continuous usage of data connections ( i.e GPRS, WAP etc.,) and WI-FI most of the charging in the battery gets completely drained off….
Everyone wants to owe a smart phone especially to play games, many want to log on to their fb account and get the updates regularly….
Especially for android users we have many apps which save most of our charging helping us to use our phones for a little more time..
I myself use an Android Phone ( Galaxy Fit ) and i have observed two apps to be working great for saving battery to a great extent.
1. Juice Defender
JuiceDefender – Battery Saver is a powerful yet easy to use power manager app specifically designed to extend the battery life of your Android device. Packed with smart functions, it automatically and transparently manages the most battery draining components, like 3G/4G connectivity and WiFi.
The _preset modes_ are the perfect way to gain precious hours of battery life – literally as easy as one tap!