Archive for March, 2012

Meri Atma Amar Thi…

Kab se tanha tha mai, sab se anjana tha mai
par fir bhi bhatakta raha, jane kahan tha mai
fir wo dikhi ek din, laga ab tanha nahi hoon mai
tab se wo dil mai thi, meri atma amar thi….

Baat shuru hone ko thi, tanhai khatam hone ko thi
aachanak wo chali gyi, muhe tanha fir kar gyi
laga ab kuch na raha, par ek baat thi jo abhi baaki thi
meri atma amar thi, meri atma amar thi….

Saal beete mahine beete, par aatma zinda thi
ek din wo fir dikhi, dhadkan fir badi
fir baat shuru hone ko thi, fir tanhai khatam hone ko thi
wo fir chali gyi or meri atma ko fir se amar kar gyi…

meri atma amar thi, meri atma amar thi….


Mozilla Concept Series: Seabird, A New Mobile Phone Concept

Mozilla has done a community-driven exploration in mobile phone technology called “Seabird”. The Seabird introduced new technologies like motion capture and projector driven from which user can experience a new way to interact with the mobile. Seabird uses the dongle to gesture the manipulations in 3-D space.

Mozilla’s Seabird also has technology named IR Touchpad Area, Dock which simply serves the purpose of projection.This also has 8 MP camera, Dual Projectors which produces 960*600 projections, Embeeded bluetooth dongle, Wireless charging capability & a mini-USB.The main feature of this concept would be Infrared QWERTY keypad detector.



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Ericsson’s Spider Computer concept

Ericsson’s new concept is a working Spider Computer. Initially meant as a computer for third world countries, but was changed to become something more of a portable computer during the study.Spider Computer, a portable device that relies on a projected screen and laser keyboard to offer you a ready computer on the go. That’s why it has three thin legs like a spider. When they are hidden, the device becomes a mobile phone. It can be simply put in your pocket. And when the legs are deployed, the device can easily be placed on a flat surface. This will be the computer. The mirror head opens, and the projection is directed towards the table surface or a wall. Digital correction compensates for angular differences in projection versus surface. Circular LCD display with graphic interface. Working prototype was made for technology, user studies and research.

The current prototype has a built-in pico projector, a laser keyboard and a memory card reader. Ericsson is working on a clever way to integrate a long lasting battery and of course internet connectivity.


Nokia announces 808 PureView:41 Megapixel camera…!!

Nokia added a one another weapon in to his armory, this time its for the cameraphone market. Nokia announced its 808 PureView phone. It’s just not a phone its a bomb & the quality that makes it so is the camera quality it has 41 yes 41 Megapixel photo capturing quality.The native resolution of the phone is 16:9 which produces 38-megapixel images measuring 7152*5368. Nokia 808 PureView has 4-inch screen, 16 GB inbuilt storage capacity, lossless digital zoom & a HD video recorder.

The phone also has features like headphone jack, micro-USB and micro-HDMI ports along the top and the volume rocker, screen lock slider and dedicated camera button along the right-hand side.The entire rear of the phone is encased in a hard, matte plastic that’s quite a contrast to the glossy materials on the front. It will be in the market near May at a price of $600.

The Finnish mobile giant announced that India, and Russia, will be the first two markets to get the PureView on retail outlets. The Nokia 808 PureView has won the award for Best Imaging Innovation for 2012 from the Technical Image Press Association (TIPA).

Other Specifications:-

  • Built-in Xenon flash
  • LED light for video
  • 1080p HD video@30 fps
  • Stereo sound
  • 4x zoom
  • Dolby Digital Plus
  • Resolution 640×360 pixel
  • Gorilla Glass AMOLED display
  • Single-core 1.3GHz processor
  • 512MB of RAM
  • 16GB built-in storage
  • USB-on-the-Go
  • Bluetooth 3.0
  • HSDPA 14.4Mbps
  • HSUPA 5.76Mbps
  • Wi-Fi N with DLNA
  • GPS and A-GPS
  • Stereo FM radio
  • NFC connectivity