3D.. the biggest gadget gimmick of all time and some manufacturers were silly enough to go with it (for differentiation’s sake). Just look at the LG Optimus Pad (G-Slate in the US) or watch out for the upcoming Asus Eee Pad MeMo 3D.
HTC might be among those big names with a 3D tablet and thus dual cameras – possibly with a HTC Flyer 2, if this image below is to be believed, if it’s not the most easily photoshopped image ever. HTC is already in the 3D dual camera game with the Evo 3D smartphone. Other than the image above, we’re left to speculate. Speculate features like.. solar panels!
Facebook took over 3 years to achieve what Google+ has done in just 3 weeks – hit the 20 million users milestone.
The figure has been estimated by web analyst ComScore, a number that is double the 10 million figure stated by Google CEO Larry Page just a week ago.
Sure, Google+ is still 730 million users shy of Facebook’s 750 million figure and sure, we’re living in a much more social network powered world now than when Zuck and co launched The Facebook from their Harvard dorm room in February 2004 – but the growth for a platform still officially in a limited field trial stage is phenomenal nonetheless.
Apple has just released a new range of MacBook Air laptops and weve already grabbed the top of the range 13-inch model to put it through its paces. Before we start work on the full review of the new thin laptop from Apple, we thought it would be wrong not to share a stack of hands-on photos of the new model. Now the eagle eyed amongst you will have noticed that there is very little change to the design of the laptop with most of the changes happening