At 75-inches across, Samsung's mammoth ES9000 TV has more than enough room for a shed load of features, and that's just what it's got packed inside its 0.31-inch bezel. The newly unveiled 1080p LED Smart TV has full 3D support,…
If Dan’s demonstration video wasn’t quite enough for you, and you can’t get enough of the hot TG01 action, then Toshiba’s put together a video for you. They clearly show off the innovative UI and gesture controls. Enough chat. Here it is:
Previously known as “Nova”, Palm has just rechristened and launched its new OS “Web OS”. It’s an amazingly dreary name for a concept that could reshape how we use our mobile mobiles. The bottom line is that Palm is bending head-over-heels to make their platform easy for developers – so easy that they reckon anyone who knows HTML, CSS and XML will be able to write an app.
The UI is very iPhone-like. You flick the display to scroll around, and there’s various gestures that you can use, too. Everything’s managed with a ‘cards’ metaphor, where you see a deck that can be rotated with a finger and shuffled. The biggest feature, though, is something called “Synergy”.