Now it is possible to use the iPhone 4S instead of the microscope. In Tanzania, the scientists turned into a microscope an iPhone 4S, for diagnosing the schoolchildren in infections. They put on ball lens to the camera lens, by using a torch and double-sided tape, improvised a microscope. Then the team of scientists began to test the microscope. They took some pictures as samples of a stool placed on lab slides, which the phone had taped.After double checking the results of laboratory and the iPhone 4S, the scientists found, that they will be able to pick up approximately 70 percent samples of the infections.
Samsung has launched its Galaxy S III smartphone, which it hopes will help solidify the company as the leading challenger to Apple and its iPhone 4S. The new smartphone, with a whopping 4.8-inch screen and an 8-megapixel camera, was unveiled at a slick launch party in London on Thursday. Billed by Samsung as having been designed for humans, the phone features voice and eye-recognition technology that the company hopes will set the handset ahead of its rivals in the crowded smartphone market.
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.