You may have heard that, “Every cloud has a silver lining”. Well I saw it literally happen…
I loved the way the rays beam through the cloud, creating an awesome effect no picture can describe. You have to see it to believe it.
Picture location: Pune – Bangalore highway.
A group at Queen’s University in Canada has created the first smartphone, the “PaperPhone”, that you can bend.
The phone’s display is based on E Ink, the same technology used in ereaders like the Amazon Kindle and Barnes & Noble Nook.
The PaperPhone’s 3.75 thin-film E Ink display is slightly larger than the iPhone’s (which has a 3.5-inch screen). It’s said to be able to do everything a typical smartphone today can do, such as storing ebooks, keeping a list of contacts, playing music, and, oh yeah, making calls.
For a complete review, read the complete article at PC Magazine.
Paper computer shows flexible future for smartphones and tablets
This 10.1 Mega pixel Cybershot digital camera from Sony, is real value for money. The camera is easy to use, compact and economical.
- 10.1 Mega Pixels
- 4x optical zoom lens
- 2.7 (6.9 cm) Clear Photo LCD Screen
- Sweep Panorama
- SteadyShot image stabilization
- Intelligent Auto Mode