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Nikon D4 is the next big thing The Japanese giant Nikon is planning to launch his brand new Nikon D4 full-frame digital SLR camera. It is a 16.2 megapixel professional-grade full frame digital single-lens reflex camera (DSLR) announced by Nikon Corporation on 6 January 2012 ...

O2 the world largest Mobile operator launching Europe’s largest free wireless internet zone in central London covering Westminster,Chelsea and Kensington, the agreement sign between councils and network operator O2 at no extra cost to taxpayer or councils. Residents and visitors to central London will enjoy free access to O2 WIFI on their mobile phones,laptops and tablet devices to share pictures and updates Olympics events on social networking websites. Installation of metro wireless network system will start initially in Westminster...

Ford Motor Corporation is opening a Silicon Valley lab to work on new car technology Ford Motor Co. is the latest automaker to open a research lab in Silicon Valley, where it hopes to scout out new technology and keep ahead of trends. Ford joins several other automakers ...

Nintendo’s latest Sly Cube is a portable gaming console is a complete classic With the Sly Cube; you can take your Gamecube action to go since it is now more portable.  If you want to enjoy in Nintendo GameCube classics then play Sly Cube. The design of the latest Sly Cube portable gaming console is very attractive and simple and its designed by Slipstream. Measuring in at about 11″ (w) x 5.75″ (d) x 1.75″ (h), it’s more like a netbook than a handheld gaming console. Sly Cube is equipped with custom 7-inch LCD flip screen,...

Samsung has hit the market with his new Galaxy Plus smartphone.The Korean giant Samsung has refreshed its Galaxy Plus smartphone with the unveiling of Galaxy Ace Plus. The Galaxy Ace Plus smartphone is already being compared to Apple products. ...

Apple is said to be looking at a 50-inch or larger LCD TV with built-in Wi-Fi named as Apple ITv, Apple’s much-expected TV set effort could truly be a big-screen affair,the rumor are waving around that apple will show up its new 50 inch iTv in the upcoming technology event the Consumer Electronics Show on January 9. According to “industry sources”, suppliers are expecting Apple to begin selling televisions in the second or third quarter of 2012. ...

The thinner, brighter and lighter Apple iPad is one of the best-selling tablets in the world, Apple has finally decided to launch its new iPad named as iPad 3 it’s also an tribute to the mentor the legendary STEVE PAUL JOBS the iPad 3 is one of the most anticipated devices from Apple this year but its release date and month is still controversial. ...

Apple Inc is failed again and its now facing a lot of problems.The latest news is that the Apple iOS 5.0.1 is been hacked and untethered by two security holes.A security researcher has released a tool to untether devices running iOS 5.0.1 by using two different security vulnerabilities in Apple’s flagship mobile operating system. iOS is constantly hacked within minutes. It is a swiss cheese operating system. // // The hacker has pod2G namely diesbezülich released a video that demonstrates using the untethered jailbreak iOS detail....

Nokia’s most rumored, anticipated and awaited Windows Phone the Finnish giant Nokia Lumia 900 is now been leaked Nokia is expected to show the new handset at the at the Consumer Electronics Show 2012, on January 9.According to Resources a Nokia Partner leaked the images and features of the new Nokia Lumia A leaked image that appeared on My Nokia Blog suggests that the Finnish giant is expected to unveil another top-end Windows Phone called Nokia Lumia 900. According to Paul Thurrott the Nokia Lumia 900 will be announced at the upcoming...

The Short Messaging Service (SMS) is celebrating its 19th Birthday SMS Text Message Turns 19 Years Old today SMS text messaging is the most widely used data application in the world, with 2.4 billion active users, or 74% of all mobile phone subscribers. The first SMS text message was sent over the Vodafone GSM network in the United Kingdom on 3 January 1993, from a man named Neil Papworth using a personal computer to Richard Jarvis of Vodafone using an Orbitel 901 handset the text of the message was “Merry Christmas”. Today is January...