Hm….its been quite long since I blogged.I am sure, I got some real cool and exciting stuff for you guys to look at..Enjoy.
MacBooks with high-res displays.
It’s no secret by now that Apple is planning on refreshing its entire MacBook line. But the latest news is that in addition to faster processors, more memory, and possibly a 15-inch MacBook Air, the new pros will have high-res pictures. That’ll make your app and video experience a whole lot more vibrant than before.
What’s in store for the next version of Android?
While we know next to nothing about the next version of Android other than the fact that it’ll probably be called “Jelly Bean,” expectations are still pretty high. This year’s release of Android 4.0 ice cream sandwich was the biggest leap forward yet for the platform, setting the stage for another successful year. Let’s hope Google can pull off the same thing with Android 5.0.
What’s the next big thing for iOS?
So far, the only hint we have as to what Apple has planned for iOS 6 is its recent acquisition of the mapping company C3 technologies. C3 makes incredible 3D maps that could help reduce Apple’s reliance on Google for the iPhone’s mapping service.
Beyond that, we have our own wish list for iOS 6, including better notifications, widgets, and better multitasking.
Oh man..my favourite, the PlayStation 4
Sony has already confirmed that it’s working on the PlayStation 4, and many are hoping to get a sneak peek of the new console at 2012’s E3 video game conference. Beyond that, everything is just speculation. However, you can bet Sony will do its best to make sure its console can last another six years or so like the current PlayStation 3.
Wii U will ship with a touchscreen controller
The next console from Nintendo, the Wii U, is expected to launch in the U.S. during the second half of 2012. Nintendo announced the system at E3 2011, showing off the fancy new touchscreen controller that can receive images and mini games from the console.
The Acer Iconia S300, wacky tablet with a slot for a 4.3-inch Android smartphone, is due out in early 2012. It was first announced way back in May, but we haven’t heard much about the device since. It’s likely Asus is waiting to finish modifying Android Ice Cream Sandwich before it releases the Padfone.
super fast Thunderbolt ports
Intel’s Thunderbolt, the super speedy port that is already on Macs, is expected to hit Windows-based PCs in April 2012. That means you’ll be able to transfer stuff to and from your computer much faster than you can with USB now. We’re talking a full-length HD movie in just a few seconds. Nice.
Sony’s next portable gaming system, the PlayStation Vita, missed the holiday season. Luckily, you won’t have to wait much longer as the official release date is now February 22, 2012. The vita sports a 5-inch touchscreen, two analog control sticks, and the ability to get online over a 3G connection.