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If you are really looking forward to Call of Duty: Black Ops when it hits the computer this month you will be interested to hear that Hastings is having a launch party for the game. The game will hit...
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Making another experiences on your smartphone camera, GClue officially unveiled the the world?s first attempt to output a combination of widgets and photographs, Droidget Camera. So, you are possible to adding a widgets such as a map, date, information[...]
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We've often talked about robots getting a little too realistic for our comfort, and now Waseda University's Perceptual Computing Laboratory has posted a video showing their third generation conversational robot, SCHEMA, engaging in conversation with multiple groups. The action is quite interesting, as the robot is able to listen to humans talk about a subject, and identify newcomers to the conversation. The robot is capable of quickly responding to human questions and interjections without displaying any of the usual awkward pauses normally associated with talking robots. You can check out a video of SCHEMA in action after the jump.
TomTom is still going strong in the GPS navigation business, where the company has just unveiled yet another two more models to arrive in the US - we're looking at the TomTom Go 2405TM and Go 2505TM. Both GPS navigators will sport TomTom's newer user interface, multi-touch support for its display as well as a capacitive glass touchscreen which lets you pinch to zoom and swipe between screens. Not only that, routing has also seen a great improvement via on-the-spot changes to directions according to TomTom.
Using a new code routine, it will constantly monitor traffic while changing the route dynamically if it figures out you can arrive at your destination faster (and safer). With lifetime traffic and map updates, you will always have the most relevant maps in your hand. The TomTom Go 2405TM and Go 2505TM will retail for $300 and $320, respectively, with shipping commencing from the next few weeks onwards while retail shops will get theirs only in the middle of 2011 onwards. That's a pretty large gap in between, so going shopping online does have a notable advantage this time around.
Facebook stalking, the recreational pastime of bored 20-somethings the world over, has just received its greatest overhaul in the Web site’s history. While your personal information has already been exposed in one manner or another — thanks to Facebook’s questionable privacy settings — the networking site rolled out a new feature over the weekend: the “friendship” page. In addition to individual user profiles and pages for groups, events and other items, the friendship page provides a detailed look at your interactions with another person.The feature is a bit troubling, primarily due to the amount of information it puts out in the open. In the past, users have been able to view “Wall-to-Wall” posts between two others, getting a look at their relationship as posted in the most public spot on Facebook. The friendship page, however, pulls its information from all corners of the social networking site, bringing pictures, events held in common, shared interests and even comments made on everything from status updates to changes in relationships. It’s a cumulative look at the online relationship between two people.Related posts:
Palm devices may not be the most popular phones out there at the moment, but there are plenty of webOS fans out there. While not everybody might be hot on getting Palm's hardware, there are many who wish that the software was available for other devices (which it isn't). That being said, the folks over at XDA Developers think they might be able to do something about it, and they've got a lofty plan. The plan aims to port webOS to the HTC Hero, a juicy idea that might keep you awake and fantasizing at night. Sure, the HTC Hero isn't the coolest HTC device around anymore, but a webOS-powered HTC Hero is definitely something that we'd love to test drive. Hopefully the team behind the project will be able to achieve this lofty feat, and we'll be able to enjoy the fruits of such hard labor.
This isn't too good news if you own some Monster headphones and use some specific Apple products. Word is going around that many users are complaining of erratic behavior associated with music playback on Apple devices when using Monster headphones. The problems affecting the iPhone, iPad and Apple's iPod range include random pausing, playing and skipping forward or back through songs. Apple has apparently pinpointed the issue to the way certain Monster headphones make improper use of Apple's Remote and Mic technology, despite advertising compatibility for Apple products. Specifically, the models use "conductive flanges" which can result in electrical shorts, causing the device to play/pause erratically. The problematic headphones include the Jamz, Lil Jamz, Turbine Basic, Turbine Pro and Heartbeats product lines. Have you ever encountered any issues with your Monster headphones on Apple products? Let us know via the comments section.