Tuesday, December 8, 2009

HTC Portfolio 2010 (Q1-Q2)

I want this one for my next Android phone. Hint: my T-Mobile contract is done in November 2010, just in time for Christmas 2010.

Over on phandroid.com they have published the possible HTC mobiles coming in 2010.

The real star of this lineup in the Android space is the Bravo.
Below are excerpts from the phandroid article

Bravo:
“Flagship Phone”. Snapdragon OSD 8250 1GHz, HD 720p capture, 3.7″ WVGFA AMOLED, 256 Ram, 16GB MicroSD installed, 1400Ah battery with Sense UI. B3ler3fonte over at XDA says his latest info suggests the 256MB will be increased to 512. April 2010.



Possible photos of the Bravo are show below.



Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Hands On: enTourage eDGe eBook Reader Runs Android


The enTourage eDGe
, a dual-screen eBook reader that sports both a 9.7-inch electronic ink display and 10.1-inch LCD, is part e-book reader, part netbook, and will cost $490 when it hits the market in February. The eDGe was originally designed with students in mind, but I can see how the fully integrated device, which offers both Wi-Fi and an optional 3G module, could appeal to a much broader audience, including a variety of professionals.

THe above excerpt comes from the GearLog

Monday, November 9, 2009

Digital 'Ants' Take on Computer Worms


Excerpt from the story

Oct. 28, 2009 -- Digital ants could soon be crawling through your computer's hard drive, but don't worry, they are there to help.

Scientists from Wake Forest University and the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory have created an army of digital ants and their superior officers, digital sergeants and sentinels, to search out viruses, worms and other malware.

The new antivirus software could provide better protection while freeing up valuable hardware.

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

TED: Rachel Armstrong - Architecture that repairs itself?

The technology would be simply miraculous!



TED Fellow Rachel Armstrong researches "metabolic materials" -- construction materials that possess some of the properties of living systems, and can be manipulated to "grow" architecture.