New Apple iPad Hogs the Limelight in Tech Shop
Although The 7-O-7 Tech Shop is now full of head-turners, it won’t be wrong to say that the past week belonged to Apple’s new sensation – Apple iPad.
Now, you can take a look at new mobiles, tablet devices, video games, digital entertainment offers, more consumer products, enterprise solutions, etc. in the tech shop. Here’s the collection of top items for the week: March 5 – 11, 2012.
Come, let’s enter the shop and catch a glimpse of the new Apple iPad. With iOS 5.1, the latest update to the mobile operating system, the new iPad has a slew of new features and enhancements including: a redesigned Camera app with video stabilization technology; the ability to delete photos from Photo Stream; support for dictation in English, French, German and Japanese; and Personal Hotspot.
On a totally different turf, IBM unveiled the prototype optical chipset, dubbed “Holey Optochip.” It is claimed to be the first parallel optical transceiver to transfer one trillion bits – one terabit – of information per second, the equivalent of downloading 500 high-definition movies. Can you beat it?
Mobiles, you know, keep drawing the gaze of consumers. While Thuraya has introduced XT-DUAL, a dual mode handheld phone that features both GSM and satellite capabilities, Android-based ZTE Fury is a low-cost gizmo coming for just $19.99.
And how can we forget about games? In cooperation with NASA, Finland-based Rovio Entertainment announced its newest game, Angry Birds Space. Also, Conde Nast’s SELF, a leading women’s active lifestyle brand, enters the social gaming scene with the debut of SELF Workout in the Park.
Autodesk has good news for the developers, as it has announced new and enhanced game development middleware from its recently launched Autodesk Gameware product line.