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June 30, 2011

Technology Expresses: MacBook Air Release, Angry Birds on Windows Phone, Google Swiffy Flash to HTML5

Brand-new MacBook Air Equipped with Three Types of Processor Will be Available in the Middle of July Along with OS X Lion

 Apple new MacBook Air is not just rumor any longer. According to the specific configuration information, three models with different processors will be put into market in the middle of July (probably around July 14). More surprisingly, the long-expected OS X Lion and Thunderbolt Interface. At the same time, Apple will upgrade Mac Mini and Mac Pro soon. The new MacBook Air will be equipped with the following three types of processor:

Core i7-2677M: 2 cores, 1.8GHz (turbos to 2.9GHz), 4MB cache, 17 watts,

Core i7-2637M: 2 cores, 1.7GHz (turbos to 2.8GHz), 4MB cache, 17 watts,

Core i5-2557M: 2 cores, 1.7GHz (turbos to 2.7GHz), 3MB cache, 17 watts,

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 Angry Birds Officially Arrived at Windows Phone

 The most popular game Angry Birds has made a public announcement that it is accessible in Windows Phone 7 App Store. Angry Birds firstly made a debut on iOS platform and after Rovio Mobile released Android version and Google Chrome version. Windows Phone 7 version has 165 levels in total, supports Xbox LIVE playing mode and with a price $2.99.

 Google Released Swiffy to Convert Flash to HTML5

 Swiffy—a new tool from Google Laboratory, which can convert Flash on various devices to HTML 5, so as to supports more new browsers and devices. This converter can split and reorganize SWF file to HTML, Scalable Vector Graphics and Cascading Style Sheet. File rendering performance is quite good after conversion.

June 28, 2011

How to Convert Final Cut to an iPad and Watch Final Cut Movies on Your iPad

Apple’s Final Cut Pro is remarked as the best video editing software designed for Mac users. With the help of Final Cut’s Export Using QuickTime Conversion feature, you can export videos from the editing time line to hard drive in iPad. What should be mentioned is that you should use the proper iPad format. Generally speaking, iPad supports various types of QuickTime video, such as H.264, MPEG-4 and M4V formats.

Step-by-step guide:

1. Activate Final Cut, and double-click the sequence containing the edited time line you want exported. Mark your sequence’s in and out points by setting Final Cut’s playhead cursors at the desired start point and pressing “I” on your keyboard. Set your cursor at the desired end point and press “O” on your keyboard to set your out point.

2. Click the “File” tab at the top of the screen, select “Export” and choose the “Using QuickTime Conversion” option to enter the Export window.

3. Name your file and set an output destination to save your exported movie on your hard drive.

4. Click the “Options” button on the right side of the screen to enter the Movie Settings window. Press the “Video” button so a check mark appears, and click the “Settings” button to enter the Video Compression Settings screen.

5. Click the “Compression Type” drop-down box and select “H.264” (see Tips). Set your frame rate to “30 fps” using the “Frame Rate” drop-down box. Select the “Automatic” option in the Data Rate portion of the screen, located in the upper right corner. Click “OK” to return to the Movie Settings window.

6. Click the “Size” button in the Video portion of the Movie Settings window to change the size of your video if needed. Choose a preset dimension or click “Custom” to manually enter the desired height and width for your export. For general conversions, click the “Dimensions” drop-down box and select “Compressor Native” (this chooses the native dimensions for the video-compression type previously chosen). Click “OK” to exit to the Movie Settings window.

7. Enable the “Sound” box so a check mark appears. Click the Sound “Settings” button. Click the “Format” drop-down box and select “AAC” from the list of options, which is the default audio format for iPads. Select “48.000 kHz” from the “Rate” section for high-quality audio. Click “OK” to exit back to the Movie Settings window.

8. Deselect the “Prepare for Internet Streaming” box, and click “OK” to return to the Export screen. Click “Save” to begin exporting your video from Final Cut.

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June 27, 2011

Blackberry Bold 9900 Business Flagship Pictures Released: Running on Blackberry 7 OS

During Blackberry World 2011, RIM not only officially released the brand-new Blackberry 7 OS but also made a public announcement of two new phones—Blackberry Bold 9900 and Blackberry Bold 9300, both of which are running on Blackberry 7 operating system. Blackberry Bold 9900 also adopts the traditional candy bar full keyboard design, 10.5mm thick and with 130g weight. It is the first time for it to employ silver mental drawbench design which makes this business phone mixing with fashionable and youthful elements. Besides, it employs 2.8-inch screen and 640×480 resolution so that you can convert video to Blackberry Bold 9900 for visual and audio enjoyment. What should be mentioned it that although it is with full keyboard, it is also a touch screen.

This new Business flagship phone 9900 runs on Blackberry 7 OS, equipped with 1.2GHz Qualcomm MSM8655 processor, 768MB RAM and 8GB ROM, 5-million-pixel camera that supports 720p HD video recording. In addition, Blackberry Bold 9900 is also with 1230mAh battery and functions such as WiFi, Bluetooth, NFC and GPS.

Blackberry 7 OS has redesigned the icons inside. It most adopts tangible icons, and takes Liquid Graphics touch screen technology and brand-new voice search. Besides, Blackberry Balance function has been added to the OS so that users can part private information and work information.

Based on the rumors, Blackberry Bold 9900 will be officially release in September.

Motorola Droid 3 Will be Issued on July 14 According to Best Buy Ordering System

So much has been talked about Motorola Droid 3 in the past few months, and finally here comes with the release date of MOTO Droid 3. Seen from a picture of Best Buy ordering system, this mobile phone which has received great attention will be announced on 14, July, 2011. It has made a week’s delay comparing to the previous release date. Based on Motorola Droid 2, Motorola Droid 3 upgrades to 1GHz TI OMAP4430 processor, five-line QWERY, 540×960 HD resolution, 8-million-pixel camera and runs on Android 2.3 system.

It is a really piece of good tidings for Motorola Droid Phone fans. You can enjoy your digital life to the utmost with Motorola Droid 3, for example, you can convert video to Motorola Droid X for any media files enjoyment on it. It is for sure that this Motorola Droid 3 smartphone will enrich your digital life and enables any videos accessible on your phone.

June 25, 2011

More Details about Android Honeycomb 3.2 Exposed: Coming Soon with Qualcomm Processor and 7-inch Screen Supported

Honeycomb is an Android operating system Google designed for tablet computers. It has upgraded from V3.0 to V3.2 in a very short time.

Abstract:

1. Supposed to release in summer

2. The last Honeycomb version before the release of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich

3. Optimized specially for Qualcomm Snapdragon chip which means that the 7-inchASUS MeMO 3D and HTC Flyer probably upgrade to Android 3.2

4. Made some bug fixings

5. Greatly improved hardware acceleration function

6. Upgraded Movie Studio, Movies, Music and part of Widget versions

 Huawei had announced its new 7-inch MediaPad, claiming it was the world’s first Android 3.2 tablet. The slab has a nice array of specs to be sure—an IPS display, dual-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm processor, and 1.3/5 megapixel cams—but that Android version number is the most interesting of the list. After all, Android 3.1 just launched a few weeks ago and Ice Cream Sandwich will arrive sometime in Q4. Well, believe it: according to three independent sources, Android 3.2 will be the last Honeycomb point upgrade before Google opens up the Ice Cream Sandwich freezer, and it will indeed run on a “range” of screen sizes, meaning that proper 7-inch Android tablets are about to become a reality.

 We’re also hearing that 3.2 will offer support for Qualcomm processors in addition to the NVIDIA Tegra 2 silicon currently powering today’s 10-inch tablets — a move which makes complete sense, considering both the 7-inch ASUS MeMO and Huawei MediaPad pack Qualcomm’s new dual-core Snapdragon chips. (That also means today’s Qualcomm-based 7-inch tablets like the HTC Flyer would be finally eligible for Honeycomb, but that upgrades will depend on how quickly HTC can port Sense over to the new code.)  Lastly, we’re told that 3.2 will offer some bug fixes and improved hardware acceleration, as well as updates to Movie Studio, Movies, Music and widgets. Not bad for a quickie point upgrade less than a month after 3.1.

 As for timing, we’re told that current tablets like the Motorola Xoom will get the update in the “next few weeks,” with new seven-inch tablet hardware to follow in August. We’ll also have to wait and see how this will affect the Ice Cream Sandwich rollout — with Android updates coming this fast we’re finding it a bit hard to believe that Google will be able to stick to its upgrade promises, but we’re all for being proven wrong.

 Tips on Android Tablets: Motorola Xoom Tip, Samsung Galaxy Tip, HTC Flyer Tip.

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June 24, 2011

Apple iPad 3 IS Going to Feature with Retina Display: Rumor Stems from iOS 5 Images

Based on the HD screenshots of iOS 5 from a blog, it is supposed that Apple’s iPad 3 could feature a high-resolution retina display. Rumors of a high-resolution “Retina Display” for Apple’s next iPad, never far from the surface, came roaring back after the blog posted screenshots of some extra-large images in iOS 5, the upcoming mobile operating system for Apple mobile devices.

Apple will release iOS 5 sometime this fall. It is a broad-based update: in addition to Newsstand, new features include a refined notifications screen, boosted interoperability with Twitter, and an “iMessenger” conversation platform seemingly designed as a direct competitor to BlackBerry Messenger. Other sources have been reporting that Apple is prepping its next iPad with a higher-resolution screen. On June 14, Reuters paraphrased Taiwan’s Economic Daily as saying the iPad 3 would launch in the fourth quarter with an “image resolution 5-6 times higher than iPad 2.”

That being said, other rumors have pushed back against the idea of a late-2011 release for the iPad 3. In an April report, the publication DigiTimes quoted unnamed “upstream component makers” as saying that Apple was still deciding on possible panels for future tablets, with any resulting products “unlikely” to make a showing in 2011.Any iPad 3 theories contribute to what’s already a media-fueled furnace of scuttlebutt over everything iPad-related. Apple’s lack of official word on its upcoming product has a way of working analysts and bloggers into a speculative froth. In the months ahead of each iPad’s successive unveiling, the blogosphere typically buzzes with “news” and rumors of possible features and form-factors—many of which, inevitably turn out to be wrong.

One of the stronger rumors, however, has centered on a high-resolution display for the iPad 3. But even then, whether the screenshots are harbingers of such a hardware feature remains to be seen. But if the iPad 3 is really equipped with Retina Display, it will be awesome to enjoy movie videos on iPad 3. Tips are provided for you to enjoy more on iPad, you may refer to the following to find out the corresponding guides:

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