Tuesday, 31 May 2011

Paperphone, the next generation Smartphone

Cell phones with physical buttons with tactile current Smartphone, the interaction between man and the mobile has changed remarkably. Recently, researchers at Queen's University in Ontario have introduced a new interface for Smartphone of tomorrow through the concept Paperphone.

Monday, 30 May 2011

FlexBOOK, a laptop with a foldable keyboard and screen

FlexBOOK, a laptop with a fold able keyboard and screen

While flexible displays are still in development, ideas are constantly pouring in, giving life a hopeful concept for the future. Amid of the concepts are quite latest FlexBOOK.

Sunday, 29 May 2011

Seat that monitor heart rate

The manufacturer Ford currently manufacturing car seats that can continuously monitor the cardiac activity of the driver. The seats are equipped with six sensors placed at the file level. Usually, we use ECG devices attached to the skin to diagnose a person. ECG sensors of Ford are sensitive enough to detect the electrical impulses to the heart through clothing.

Saturday, 28 May 2011

A Latest MP3 Player Beat

Beat is an MP3 player conceptual carved exactly like a watch sports. Moreover, it is specially designed for sports lovers looking for a portable ergonomic accompany them during their workouts. Besides the music player function, serves Beat watch. It is also, and above all, a device that calculates the parameters for the workout, such as pulse, heart rate, speed or distance traveled

The Vespa tomorrow

Created since 1946 by the Italian Piaggio & Co, the Vespa scooter range has evolved over time without being distracted from the image and clean look to the brand.

Friday, 27 May 2011

Sound of LightSpeakers

The lightspeakers, these bulbs carrying a famous speaker are increasingly appreciated. Their evolution in both quantity and quality seems inevitable. Among the most recent include Sound of Light.

New Windows 7 Phone Mango

The number of innovations claimed by Microsoft in the future update of Windows Phone. Called Mango, it seems to upgrade the mobile OS to compete. After the announcement Microsoft Windows Phone Mango, demonstrations in support. Among the 500 new products announced, many are obviously very technical, but others bring new value added to the OS, allowing it to have all the cards to compete in terms of functionality and Android iOS face.

Thursday, 26 May 2011

The Sony sites once again victimized of piracy

In Japan, Greece, Thailand and Indonesia Sony has suffered more attacks on several of its sites.  Another blow after the hacker hacked NSP and SOE.

Tuesday, 24 May 2011

The e-G8 brings together the Giants of the Web

e-G8 Forum-G8 Forum Today marks the start for two days of e-G8 preamble to the G8 in Deauville. The rally by President Nicolas Sarkozy will allow him to expose his "civilized Internet" and talk with leading global technology bosses.

Mark Zuckerberg, Eric Schmidt, Rupert Murdoch, or almost all bosses of the largest digital world will be present at the e-G8 begins this morning in the heart of the garden of the Tuileries. They may well meet with many politicians like Christine Lagarde, Eric Besson or Frédéric Mitterrand.

The Hi style Player Concept Leia

It is not always easy to find an accessory that meets the needs of young girls worry about their looks. Nevertheless, the designer Nino Wilson seems to have found something that suits them: the player Leia.  

Monday, 23 May 2011

Sharp Super Hi-Vision Screen TV

Sharp already see beyond the HD and proves it by announcing its Super Hi-Vision screen. The firm recently presented a TV that is sort of flag carrier screens tomorrow. If the screens are now Full HD 1080p the ultimate in display quality with 1920 x 1080 pixels,

Sunday, 22 May 2011

The interior concept tablet Knot


Knot the concept is a tablet made by Interior Pratik Mistri. Its designer describes as "a device for the home". Knot has a 7 inch LCD screen. Like any self-respecting electronic slate, Knot is a good tool for surfing the internet and play audio and video.

Saturday, 21 May 2011

EC 145 Mercedes Helicopter

Having made a name in the automotive industry, the firm Germanic Mercedes-Benz sees further for its future. And further higher apparently since the manufacturer has just completed a helicopter ready to flirt with the clouds.

Friday, 20 May 2011

Android: Google goes to war against emulators

Google recently withdrew its Android Market on different emulators, which allow these programs to find the games for years 90 and 80 on his phone inside. According to the developers concerned, the withdrawals were made ​​without warning from Google, and on behalf of the developers in question have been removed.

Thursday, 19 May 2011

Sony PSP-NGP becomes the "PSVita"

The new handheld console from Sony, so far known by the codename "NGP", seems to finally have a final name will be unveiled at the upcoming E3. According to a brochure, which stems directly from Sony and published by the Pundit Games site, shows the appearance of the console and its new name: "PSVita”.

Wednesday, 18 May 2011

Honda Chopper, a green beast on two wheels

Peter Norris has presented a concept for the Japanese manufacturer Honda. The designer, probably inspired by Star Wars, has designed a futuristic motorcycle that is not without recalling the vehicles of the saga. The concept is simply called Honda Chopper Concept.

Tuesday, 17 May 2011

A musical rocking chair long to surf and play music

To please the technophiles and music lovers who like to surf while relaxing, the studio Bonetti / Kozerski has designed a special chair long enough. The couch in question is called LL2. 

Monday, 16 May 2011

Swivel: A Smart Adjustable Power Strip

While multiple outlets are very practical for powering multiple devices at the same time, we are often in trouble when it comes to plug several devices at once. Chargers and adapters are often large and block the other outlets. It comes into play the concept of Cyber Demon called Swivel. This is a power strip both adjustable and intelligence with which it seems more convenient to charge and power a variety of devices simultaneously.

Sunday, 15 May 2011

Endless, a modular lighting system

Endless is a lighting system, modular design that must be primarily to Jason Miller, the artist and artistic director of the group Roll & Hill, which specializes in contemporary lighting. Endless is a multiple lamps, glued in pairs, forming rolls, and these can be attached in turn at their bases. You can create different shapes with the whole system, according to users' tastes.

Friday, 13 May 2011

L-Bar Lady, LED watches for the ladies

After the French concept MultiWatch, L-Bar Lady added to the list of LED watches intended mainly for women. Lady Bar LED Concept Watch, LED watch is a conceptual conducted by Laszlo, the Hungarian designer. As might be expected from the first glance, it was designed for the Japanese company Tokyoflash.

Thursday, 12 May 2011

Aqua, Volkswagen hovercraft

Yuhan Zhang designer, creator of the concept Aqua decided to change the classic image of Volkswagen. This young Chinese, just 21 years old, conducted for the firm Germanic concept VW amphibious Aqua. This is a hovercraft that can evolve on land as on water. Side appearance, the vehicle resembles a sports car that has airbags in the front. At the rear, it has two engines and two high side thrusters. These last two retract and act as the rear wheels. Vehicle design does not detract from the style unique to Volkswagen. VW Aqua has only two seats and a door at the rear. The all-terrain vehicle does not emit any CO2 gram.

Wednesday, 11 May 2011

Windows Market Place

Like Android (Market Place) and Nokia (Ovi Store), Windows has announced the arrival of Windows Market Place online browser. Alongside the presentation of Mango, a developer of Windows 7 Phone said on the Windows Team Blog that "users will be able to enjoy a new way to discover new applications and new games".  As the Smartphone version, the online Market Place will enjoy the entire catalog of applications via screenshots, detailed descriptions and choose the language for the application.

Tuesday, 10 May 2011

Sony confirms the development of the PlayStation 4

While Sony endlessly to meet security challenges on each of its services; the manufacturer confirmed him despite the ongoing development of its next home console. Indeed, during a meeting with investors, Masaru Kato, currently executive vice president of the firm, was forced to justify a net increase in spending on research and development.

Monday, 9 May 2011

A 200-megapixel digital camera at 32 000€

The manufacturer Hasselblad launches H4D-200MS, a multishot camera that records in 200-megapixel photos. This definition is trading at € 32 000 excluding taxes.

Base, this camera has only a 50-megapixel sensor. The multishot technology gives it the resolution of 200 megapixels. Hasselblad's patented, this system uses a motor to move the sensor. In a kind of burst, the H4D-200MS can take up to 6 shots to make only one picture. The resolutions are then combined to give a file of 200 MP.

Sunday, 8 May 2011

Photoshop Premiere Elements and other bundles

Amazon offers discounts of 21 to 38% on the full versions or updates to Photoshop Elements 9. Bundles combine software for image editing public to his alter ego for the video (Premiere Elements 9) are also in the game. The deal is valid until 15 May.
Also noteworthy is the MacBundle Pro which remains valid for 6 more days. It contains 9 applications for $ 19.90. Speedy Mac offers quick access to your applications, files or documents.  What SizeMac measures the size of folders and files to remove any larger one.   AppDelete (VF) cleanly removes applications.  Raskin is a alternative interface that replaces the Finder by exploiting multitouch trackpads.  Breeze automatically arranges the windows of your software. MacTuneUp (VF) is a maintenance utility for Mac OS X.  ProtectFiles protects files and folders by a word password. Quokka retains the last ten items passed through the clipboard.  Finally Share is a simple way to transfer a file from one Mac to another.

Saturday, 7 May 2011

Parallels Desktop Revised

Parallels Desktop 6 is revised with some changes more or less significant.  Ubuntu virtual machines containing 11.04 shall be supported, there is better mapping shortcuts in Mac OS X with other OS as well as sharing the clipboard between Windows and Mac OS. The release notes also mention a function - the more redundant - to send comments to Twitter and Facebook from the virtualization application, or the ability to migrate multiple user accounts from a PC to a Mac using Parallels Transporter

Fixes for CS5 for Fireworks

An update should no longer delay for Fireworks CS5. The 5.1 version announced in April will address several causes of crashes of the application from Adobe. These bugs were present at different levels (opening files in version 8, using the vector tool, saving files, according to search and replace, change the name of a layer, etc.).

Improvements are also expected to optimize color in GIF, JPEG and PNG8 well as automatic recording of the working document in progress when a crash occur Fireworks runs.

Friday, 6 May 2011

New file system for Windows 8

Microsoft had to abandon WinFS, a new file system that it had begun to develop for Windows Vista and which should also allow searching by Meta tags as permitted Spotlight on Mac OS X.

This was obviously only a postponement: looking closely at the beta version of Windows 8, which has leaked on the Net, Sandro Villinger was able to find the trace of a pilot named "NT Protogon FS driver.

Google and MasterCard prepare a solution for mobile payments

Google could make earlier a mobile payment system wirelessly. Available first in the USA, it would be developed in collaboration with MasterCard and Citibank. Communication Technology NFC integrated on the American version of Nexus S is not sufficient to adopt the principle of contactless payment. This is why Google would announce tomorrow a banking system to do so in accordance with MasterCard and Citibank. According to The New York Times, there are more than 124000 businesses that have contactless payment terminals.