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Ideum MT-55 Platform Multitouch Table

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on July 18th, 2011

The Ideum MT-55 Platform is a 55-inch LED LCD multitouch table that comes with an integrated solid-state computer built in. The 55-inch (1920×1080) HD display delivers a 5,000,000:1 contrast ratio and a wide 178-degree viewing angle, while the optical multitouch system supports 32 simultaneous touch points so that two people can operate it.

The computer inside is powered by a 2.66GHz Intel Hyper-Threaded Dual Core i5 processor with 8GB of RAM, and a 128GB solid-state drive. Other specs include WiFi, Bluetooth, Ethernet connectivity and multiple HDMI outputs. The Ideum MT-55 Platform Multitouch Table is just $17,950 with two-year warranty. Assuming you have it.

RIM launches BlackBerry 6 platform

Posted in BlackBerry by Conner Flynn on August 3rd, 2010

It’s been teased since way back in April, but RIM has finally unveiled all the details on its BlackBerry 6 operating system. The software features a whole mess of updates, most notably new universal search functionality, social network aggregation, WiFi-powered media sync with your desktop music collection, and an all-new WebKit-based browser with support for HTML5.

RIM has also committed to bringing BlackBerry 6 as an upgrade to some of their recent models like the Bold 9700, Bold 9650, and Pearl 3G “subject to carrier certifications in the months ahead.”

Barnes & Noble introduces NOOKstudy Reading Platform

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on July 13th, 2010

Barnes & Noble has announced the NOOKstudy online reading and study platform for students. The program allows students to manage eBooks and notes all in one place. Users will be able to access their textbooks, lecture notes, slides, images etc all from one place, which should make their college lives easier.

The best part is that students won’t have to carry those heavy textbooks around like they used to. It might save their aching backs. NOOKstudy is compatible with both Macs and Windows PCs, and is already being used in research institutions. Pretty nice.

Dell Mini 9 to get Adobe Flash on Android platform?

Posted in Android by Conner Flynn on May 6th, 2009

Dell Mini 9 to get Adobe Flash on Android platform?Bsquare, a mobile software developer, will apparently be porting Adobe Flash Lite to Dell netbooks. Interestingly, they let slip that these Dell netbooks would be running on Android. Bsquare mentioned the Dell Inspiron Mini 9 specifically and noted that Android will most likely be appearing on that netbook.

In what capacity Adobe Flash Lite will be appearing is anyone’s guess. And we don’t know when the Adobe Flash Lite port will be available on these netbooks or when Android will be making its appearance, though it’s likely it will all happen at once.

OpenFrame Platform looks like an iPhone

Posted in Telephones by Conner Flynn on August 21st, 2008

OpenFrame Platform looks like an iPhoneIf you’re a company that is still making landline phones, you have to come up with something that’s gonna make people want them. Like mimicking the iPhone for instance. Could be coincidence. Maybe. The OpenFrame Platform from OpenPeak sure looks a lot like Apples wonder phone. The frame is the center piece for the wireless phones.

They’ve been working on it for about a year and it should be available in early 2009, priced from $200 and $300, distributed by telecom service providers. I wonder if they’re also planning on providing cool apps so you can really get the whole experience of an iPhone for the home. I wonder if this could fly.