Jan 7, 2011

Mac App Store

Apple has finally unveiled its Mac App Store, app store or through which you can purchase and download the OS X apps for your Mac.
Mac App Store Macs is what the iTunes App Store iPhone users a simple way to find, buy, download and update applications on your computer.

Mac App Store currently offers more than 1000 applications, said in an announcement to the media director of Apple Steve Jobs.

Development of Mac App Store, Web Store, Chrome and other simple trade is extremely important for the further development of desktop and web software that is becoming increasingly accessible to end users.

To use the Mac App Store, you'll need Mac OS X Snow Leopard. Just download the latest software update is it will download a free Mac App Store. More information about Apple's software store you will find on the official website.

Sam Mac App Store is a free application that you will find in the Apple menu under "Software Update" and "Applications" where the file that contains all the software you are installing. Although some feared that the Mac App Store completely replace the normal installation of applications, it is just an extra, simpler way of downloading the software.

Jan 5, 2011


I'm not sure how much of you reading this had a chance to possess or watch anything on a 3D TV, but I have. I was amazed how real the image was - was it the nature, cartoon or sci-fi movie - everything seemed so real.

So, the question is, how much will it take for 3D TVs to conquer our homes? A year? Two? Maybe five? Who knows, but it's certain - it's just the matter of time before they do.

Only thing that I think everyone will have trouble to adjust is the fact that you gotta watch it with special glasses. Okay, it won't be a big deal for people who wear glasses everyday, but for those who don't, it might take some time to get used to it.

 Anyway, I just can't wait till whole TV program becomes 3D and of course, for an ok price. At the moment, that technology is just too expensive for us everday-normal-guys :)

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Jan 3, 2011

Toshiba's tablet

Toshiba this week at CES to introduce a new, unnamed 10.1-inch tablet Android, according to the Engadget.
The device is not yet ready for production because they are waiting for a new version of Android (Honeycomb), which will be optimized for the tablets.

In any case, this tablet, but tickles your fancy. Inside the 2-core processor Tegra 2, screen resolution 1280 x 800 pixels and a 5-megapixel rear camera and a 2-megapixel front camera for video calls.

There are also inputs for USB and mini-USB, HDMI and SD card slot.

Very decent specs that promise, and the only detail which slightly spoils the impression a little more weight in relation to the iPad

Who knows, it might sell? Or not? :D

Jan 2, 2011

GPS navigation

Well, GPS navigation has been out for a while, but it had its ups and downs. Today, it's almost incredible with which accuracy they can navigate you - whether you're going on foot, motorcycle or in car.

Most of them aren't that costy, come with downloadable maps and can be used even on your cellphones. I find it really useful as I travel a lot and I'm going to recommend Garmin as the top one. Not everyone will agree, but for my money I'm pretty satisfied with their product. I wonder what will the navigation look like in future and can't really wait for it :)

More info about Garmin :


Jan 1, 2011

Xbox 360 Kinect

Kinect for Xbox 360, or simply Kinect (originally known by the code name Project Natal), is a "controller-free gaming and entertainment experience" by Microsoft for the Xbox 360 video game platform, and may later be supported by PCs via Windows 8. Based around a webcam-style add-on peripheral for the Xbox 360 console, it enables users to control and interact with the Xbox 360 without the need to touch a game controller, through a natural user interface using gestures and spoken commands. The project is aimed at broadening the Xbox 360's audience beyond its typical gamer base. Kinect competes with the Wii Remote with Wii MotionPlus and PlayStation Move & PlayStation Eye motion control systems for the Wii and PlayStation 3 home consoles, respectively.

As it seems, gaming has gone far away from just gamepads and joysticks, and I can hardly wait to get my Kinect!

By the way, I hope everyone had a wonderful last New Year's eve and I hope the next one will be way better than the last was! Enjoy!

Dec 31, 2010

New Year!

Hello everyone, unordinary post but it's an unordinary occasion - New Year's coming!!

I wish you all the best, many new posts and for me, a lot of new technology "upadates" :))

Love you all :D <3

Dec 30, 2010

Nokia N8

Eventhough all "touch-screen" cellphones look the same to me, I kinda loved the new N8 design. It doesn't bring anything revolutionary, it's such a great feeling when you're holding one.

The Nokia N8 has two massive tasks on its hands: beat digicams at their own game and bring Symbian back to its past glory. Being "Nokia" sure makes a lot of Nokia fans crazy for it, but I think it won't be a hit - Symbian can't really compare with iOS and Android at this moment.

Full specs: