Sony announced the Xperia Tablet Z for U.S and European markets in Barcelona. During two years this is the third large form Android tablet from Sony. This tablet is the best tablet in history of Sony. Xperia Tablet Z is very thin and the lightest 10-inch table. Xperia Tablet Z has 6.9 mm profile, which is twice thinner than iPad Mini. Tablet Z is powered by Snapdragon S4 processor and has 2 GB RAM, Wi-Fi, MHL, Bluetooth, NDC, an accelerometer and aGPS. The screen deliveries 1.920×1.200 pixels. Also the screen has resistance of scratch and water.
The NASA Visualization Explorer is now delivering new opportunities to explore NASA’s research of the sun, planetary bodies, Earth and the universe to your iPad. Since July 2011, the Visualization Explorer iPad app, NASA Viz for short, has delivered two stories each week with a strong focus on Earth science. That two story per week schedule will continue, but now with stories that cover the breadth of the agency’s science mission and continue to highlight NASA’s artful data visualization. NASA’s Science Mission Directorate is organized into four disciplines: Heliophysics, Planetary, Astrophysics and Earth science.
The new iPad unveiled Wednesday comes with improvements that may not be readily apparent to the casual observer. It has, as expected, a sharper screen, driven by a faster processing chip that acts as the “brains” of the device. What was more surprising was that the new features mean the tablet computer will be slightly thicker and heavier than the iPad 2, because it needs a larger battery to power the high-resolution screen. Apple gave the new iPad a bunch of new features but no new name. It will be “the iPad” or perhaps “the new iPad”, not “iPad 3” or “iPad HD,” as some had speculated. Prices aren’t changing from the previous models.
Apple has started sending out invitations to the official unveiling of the iPad 3. The invitation included a photo of someone using an iPad, with a single line: “We have something you really have to see. And touch.” The event will take place at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco at 10am Pacific Time on Wednesday 7 March, which is 6pm GMT. There is speculation that the iPad 3 may come with a stronger, bigger battery, making the new tablet thicker than the previous version.
The forum post at Chinese site WeiPhone offers a photo of what is claimed to be the iPad 3’s logic board showing an A5X system on-a chip. Apple is expected to introduce an upgraded processor and graphics package for the iPad 3, with the assumption being that it would be called the A6 after the A4 initially appeared in the original iPad and iPhone 4 and was succeeded by the A5 in the iPad 2 and iPhone 4S. But if this photo is to be believed, that assumption appears to have been incorrect, with Apple instead having branded the upgraded package with the A5X name. A date code of “1146” on the A5X indicates that it was manufactured in the 46th week of 2011, which would have corresponded to November 14-20.
A new gesture based multi-touch E-Book concept designed by the KAIST Institute of Information Technology Convergence has been demonstrated on Apple’s iPad.
Created by SkyGrid, who Apple just named a Best News App of 2011,Touchtv launched the world’s first TV for iPad.
Available for iPhone, iPod Touch, and now for iPad, as well as Android devices, the Dijit Univesal Remote application turns mobile devices into a universal remote control, with program and movie guide features and social networking capabilites.
Apple is reportedly gearing up to switch to a new display technology for the launch of its infinitely-hyped iPad 3.