Sunday, February 28, 2010

The Upcoming Innovations That People Eagerly Waiting For....

Everyday, there are more and more innovations...I would like to post a few innovations that many tech freaks and myself are actually waiting for...As far as i am concerned, the Kenyan technology market is changing rapidly. Newer phones, newer laptops and name its even as far as providing newer and faster ways of internet connectivity. These are some of the innovations eagerly awaited in the Kenya:



4G TECHNOLOGY

Yes, we are just a step away from 4G. We have changed from EDGE and GPRS, to getting connected to fibre-optic and 3G technology. Safaricom as one of the first users of fibre-optic and 3G technology connected their customers recently. The first time i used it was connected at 3.6Mbits/s which had an approximate download speed of 50 kbps...but during off peak hours the speed was incredibly fast...downloading at 200kbps was no joke...I mean seriously...An mp3 file just took 10 seconds to download...It has faster streaming which you can actually view the videos without waiting to load..Now, what we want is even faster speeds..Things such as movies to be downloaded in seconds. 4G is here to provide that. Economists may say this as unlimited wants, but this is human nature. 4G has the following features:

1)4G will be a fully IP-based integrated system.

2)This will be capable of providing 100 Mbit/s and 1 Gbit/s speeds both indoors and outdoors.

3)It can provide premium quality and high security.

4)4G offer all types of services at an affordable cost.

Just imagine downloading at 1-3mbps...Now that's something im eagerly waitin for...ISP's in Kenya will definetly upgrade due to the recent mobile and internet competition war in the Kenyan market...



MIDORI

Since 1985 Windows has ruled the OS market. For users nowadays, there are more and more problems since newer viruses and ways of hacking are coming out. Midori is a cloud based Operating System that is on its developing mode...It is developed by Microsoft but i guess there will be advanced features. It seems like it will be a new windows look...I tried to upload some screen shots. Here they are:






THE IPAD


This is something im waiting for the most. From the creators of ipod and iphone, now comes the ipad. An innovation yet to be released in Kenya by Apple Inc. Its price is $500 which is approximately 35,000ksh. It has everything that a computer has. It has a webbrowser, u can check mail, no keyboard required, everything touchscreen, you can flip the vew i.e horizontal and vertical view, photos, youtube etc. Name the and its there. Imagine playing a racing game without controls and using the screen as the steering wheel. It has the following features: a 9.7 inch LED, its just 1.5 pounds and its just 0.5 inches thin...Its just like holding a 97 pages A4 exercise book. Imagine all that just in one. It has 10 hours of battery life, an attachable key board which can make it look like a Pc or similarly an attachable cover which makes it seem like a laptop. It can go as far as connecting wireless n 3G. I have got some snaps up for u guys to check it out. You can check out the apple website for more info I Seriously have to get my hands on this:







The ipad unveiled






NOKIA N900

This is a phone u must get your hands on...It actually uses a linux based platform called Maemo 5 Linux and is the first Nokia device based upon the TI OMAP3 microprocessor with the ARM Cortex-A8 core. Unlike the Internet Tablets preceding it, the Nokia N900 is the first Maemo device to include phone functionality (quad-band GSM and 3G UMTS). It functions as a 5 mega pixel camera, a portable media player, and a mobile Internet device with email and full web browsing. It was launched at Nokia World on September 2, 2009 and was released on November 11, 2009 in the United States and 9 European countries.

It goes for around 599 pounds. It is a touch screen and at the same time you can use the keypad...it slides horizontally upwards unlike most phones which slides vertically. It has 2gb of internal storage and a memory card slot. Can almost play any format of music and supports flash applications. It even has wireless conectivity, where by you can access hotspots just by sittin in a cafe. It is easy to synchronise with PCs and laptops. I beleive it also has common day applications such as word and powerpoint. Got some snaps, you guys can check it out. Alternatively, you can also check the nokia website for more info





Using the N900





ALIENWARE

This is a laptop meant for all the gaming freaks out there. It is a laptop which you must have. The newest model called Alienware m-17x has the ultimate features anyone needs for gaming. It has the most advanced graphics card, most of them having one terabyte of storage and having a RAM of upto 8GB. It has a 1920 by 1200 resolution which gives a crystal clear view. Its design is perfect with some freakish design together with their logo, which is an aliens face. Has 2.3ghz processor speed, the pics are below or you could check out the site . This is every gamers ultimate dream:








I got some other information which you guys may be interested in from other sites:



NEXI - Robot with facial expressions

A latest invention by MIT Media Lab is a new robot that is able to show various facial expressions such as 'slanting its eyebrows in anger', or 'raise them in surprise', and show a wide assortment of facial expressions while communicating with people.

This latest achievement in the field of Robotics is named NEXI as it is framed as the next generation robots which is aimed for a range of applications for personal robots and human-robot teamwork.



Features: Except a wide range of facial expressions, Nexi has many other features. It has self-balancing wheels like the Segway transporter, to ultimately ride on. Currently it uses an additional set of supportive wheels to operate as a statically stable platform in its early stage of development. It has hands which can be used to manipulate objects, eyes (video cameras), ears (an array of microphones), and a 3-D infrared camera and laser rangefinder which support real-time tracking of objects, people and voices as well as indoor navigation.



Draganflyer X6

Draganflyer X6 is an advanced helicopter that can be operated remotely without any pilot. It is designed mainly to carry wireless video cameras and still cameras. The Draganflyer X6 helicopter can be operated very easily with its hand held controller.

The Draganflyer X6 helicopter is based on a unique 6-rotor design that has been under development since early 2006. It uses 11 sensors and thousands of lines of code to self-stabilize during flight which makes it easier to fly than any other helicopter in its class. The on-board software of Draganflyer X6 is developed after extensive testing and development. Draganflyer X6 helicopter is a revolution in the field of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV).

It can be used very efficiently for various applications and it is ideal for spying on the enemy in a safe and reliable manner.



XM25 Counter Defilade Target Engagement System (i.e. The Smart Bullet)

The XM25, currently under development for the U.S. military by Alliant Tech systems, allows soldiers to measure the distance to a target using a laser range finder, dials in exactly where the bullet should explode (over or past walls, the corner of buildings) at precise distances. At a cost of $30/round, the bullets are equipped with microchips capable of registering distance according to the number of times they’ve rotated.






ROBOKEEPER



He’s been in development for a while – ever since the Soccer World Championship in 2006 when Prof Dr Michael ten Hompel, leader of the Fraunhofer-Institut für Materialfluss und Logistik (IML) in Dortmund, and his team got the idea to build the world’s best goalie.

They say the RoboKeeper can outperform every goal-keeper in the Champions League (as long as the teams play on his turf). But he has an unfair advantage. Two cameras recognize the complete ballistic curve of the ball and transmit its position to an image processing computer every 1/50 second. Combining the images from each camera produces a 3D position of the ball. Data is then sent to the motor control driving a high-tech and extremely robust aircraft gearbox which moves the RoboKeeper to the exact point of impact in under half a second. This high-performance technology enables the 'keeper' to deflect just about any ball and keep his record intact.

What’s more, he’s fearless and doesn’t care if the ball hits him in the face (or other sensitive areas) which makes him even harder to beat.

Robokeeper can be hired out for events or training camps but don’t expect to get anything past him.

There are some cool iterations of Robokeeper currently under development including a Wii controller version which lets you direct the 'keeper.
Check out the video of the world's best keeper:






SNACKBOT SERVER SERVES UP SOME HUMAN BOT INTERACTION




Snackbot rolls around on wheels and is intended for both fully- and semi-autonomous operation. Initially orders for snacks will be made through a website or IM service, but other ordering options are expected to evolve as the field trials of Snackbot progress.

Snackbot’s head features a Bumblebee 2 stereo vision camera acting for eyes and a 3 x 12 LED display for the mouth that is programmed with a series of animations that show verbal and emotional feedback in the form of lip shapes, colors and movement. Although the robot doesn’t have functional ears, the team added ears to the head design to let customers know that Snackbot could hear them.

Aside from providing that 3 o’clock sugar fix, Snackbot is designed to assist research into robust autonomous operation in office environments. It will enable the team to study multi-sensor fusion algorithms for perception, reasoning about dynamic spaces, communicating with people through verbal and non-verbal mechanisms, and planning with incomplete information.

The research includes enabling the robot to navigate through congested areas in a socially acceptable fashion, detect individual people, recognize when someone it knows approaches and autonomously learn to recognize new objects. It will also support behavioral science research on such topics as personalization and people’s relationships with interactive objects.

As the interaction and service design of the robot are flexible, future experiments will be conducted by changing the form and behavior of the robot. Possible examples include experiments on how the robot might use music and nonverbal behavior instead of words to communicate with customers at their offices, and experiments on personalized services.



VUZIX WRAP 920 3-D GLASSES PROMISE BIG SCREEN EXPERIENCE



Can’t afford a big screen TV or projector but still want to experience that cinema feeling when watching a movie? The Vuzix Wrap 920 video eyewear is a sunglass-style display that delivers a virtual 67-inch screen as seen from 10ft away, displays 2D and 3D video and is claimed to be the most advanced wearable display available. It also features removable noise-isolating earbuds, an adjustable nose bridge and weighs less than 3oz.

The Vuzix Wrap 920 connects to all NTSC or PAL audio/video devices with video-out capabilities and composite video connections. The eyewear comes with a composite A/V adapter for iPod/iPhone for simple plug ‘n’ play connection to your portable media player. There are optional Wrap Adapter connections for HDMI-equipped devices and even desktop PC and laptops for watching movies.

We can think of a few scenarios where these glasses would be quite handy – like in bed when your partner is trying to sleep but you want to watch a movie, or when you can’t focus on the tiny airplane screen with matching poor quality sound.

Vuzix says that with support for standard 2D movies as well as virtually all common 3D video formats, you’ll be able to watch all the latest movie releases, as they were meant to be seen.

The Vuzix Wrap 920 glasses deliver the equivalent image of a 67-inch screen as viewed from 10ft via twin high-resolution 640 x 480 LCD displays, 60Hz progressive scan update rate with ultra-low video distortion and 24-bit true color (16 million colors).

The unit is compatible with iPods, iPhones, portable DVD players, cell phones with video out, all composite video devices, digital cameras and camcorders, PCs and laptops with a VGA port. It also works with video sources equipped with HDMI connectors, such as set-top boxes, video game consoles and Blu-ray players.

The glasses onscreen display can be adjusted for brightness, contrast, hue and color saturation and they also feature removable noise-isolating earbuds, an adjustable nose bridge and are wearable over prescription glasses.

Two AA alkaline batteries will power the device for up to six hours according to Vuzix.

Accessories include a Wrap Lightshield: that blocks distracting outside light, and changeable lens that allow you to pop out the standard dark grey lens for alternates to match your mood or style.

The Vuzix range is also set to expand with the Wrap 920AR augmented reality glasses we tried at this year's CES. This platform incorporates a Stereo Camera that mounts to the front of Wrap eyewear and captures real-life images that can be combined with mixed reality software to overlay computer-generated graphics.

There's also the Wrap 6DoF Tracker/Compass that, when connected to a supporting device, transforms your Wrap eyewear into a virtual reality system that senses 6° of head movement and compass direction.

The Vuzix Wrap 920 glasses cost US$349.95


Updated on 2/03/2010

APPLE INTRODUCES REVOLUTIONARY LAPTOP WITH NO KEYBOARD

Now this is something that actually caught my eye...Imagine just having no keyboard apart from a sliding circular touch pad...the same design as the ipod...and using it everyday...u can actually compose an email just by using the sliding pad and a single button...this is something that could revolutionize technology in the near future or rather will....




Updated on 2/03/2010

These are interesting facts that actually made me wonder...Is technology revlutionizing this fast that we dont even seem to realize????





Finally to end my blog i got a couple of videos that you may be interested in watching about the latest gadgets:



Gadgets of 2009 and 2010




Future Technology



Now this is even more serious stufff...If u know what m talkin about...




Thanks for getting time to read this blog...You can leave your opinions and comments below. Thank you all and have a nice day. Time to get hands on the latest gadgets and gizmozzzz....:-)

75 comments:

  1. ajjjjjjab..!! i like this arbu.. keep it up...

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  2. arbaaz... if i got to do something...like this.. then i'll come for you..heheh...this is wonderful..i love this...

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  3. so which one do u like tanya???i seem to love da ipad soo much...cant wait for it to get here....

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  4. yeh, i like the ipad too.. lolx so when is it coming..?? heheh

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  5. Heey Arbaaz... This is so amazin.!!!! I really liked the Alienware and the Ipad is jus so superrb!!! I must say,,well done.. :-D:-D nice stufff...

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  6. thanks nishani...its aite u can come...lol...anytime il be present...

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  7. lol...i got no idea tanya???may be u can check out their site...they have released it in some parts of the world...europe and america as seen in the video ive posted above...i dont know when it will be here in Africa...seriously cant wait for it...

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  8. thanks anonymous...i also need to get my hands on those two gadgets really badly...:-)

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  9. Wow this is realy amazin stuff keep up the good work!!!!!!

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  10. =p the ipad is the sh8t daym need to get it ;) hopefully its available in ausi

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  11. preety good stuff.. iloved the article on the 4g net, i just cant wait to get my hands on it.. about the ipad,i wanted to knw if the ipad uses midori or windows system for its operation? or is it the apple one dt is prefered..your articlesonthe alienware and the dragonflyer x6 were very pleasing and cant wait to get my sights on one of them soon!!!!
    is it possible to expect the VUZIX WRAP 920 3-D GLASSES to land into the kenyan market soon? ...

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  12. hey, i really found this article pleasing especilly the cool gismos!!!m a tech freak and daim i would realy want to get my hands on the 3d glasses!! the n900 is preety awesome!! i have heard about the maemo 5 linux and i m happy to know that now most web based and phoned based programs are intergrating them... love your blog dude..

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  13. katrina ferguwengerMarch 1, 2010 at 5:46 AM

    hi!!! daim you have such cool alienware !!!was really excited reading about it!! cant wait for another blog from you

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  14. thanks munira...il try posting updates once m free...right now just a lil busy with uni and stuff...so just keep on checking the blog...

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  15. Trushal...I think it should be there...if they have an apple branch or something...Since africa has no apple brach...I think we have to import it...so it will be slightly delayed here...

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  16. Jay same here bro...same here...4G is some serious stuff...hehe...imagine downloading a movie in an hour or two...its damn fast...Ipod doesnt use anything to do with microsoft...They have an OS of their own...just like the OS's they have for their Apple laptops...though some of them actually come with windows...the ipad m quite sure it has an OS of its own which supports many applications...flash,youtue,games,name it...its dea...

    I guess u must be a gamer and a tech freak...an alienware is just something u really must have...did u just see the specs it has...woahhh beyond reality man...

    Well about the 3-d glasses...I think i had just seen one piece at fone express nakumatt, the place they have ipods and stuff on display in Kenya...so i think the 3-d glasses have already hit they Kenyan market...You can ask them if they still have...I think those were testing samples...or probably they were not from Vizux...may be some features were not there...Il keep you updated on the blog...

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  17. @ salman khan... I will be putting up information for the maemo 5 linux very soon...yep...the thing that was most eye catching was microsoft courier tablet PC...N ya...its good to have competition, new stuff keeps on releasing...I just wonder what will happen in the future???seriously???

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  18. @katrina....dont worry alot of stuff is coming up soon...just hang on for a lil while...will keep you updated from the blog...

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  19. hi .. i was just reading about the robokeeper and i at most i was totally impressed with its functionallity.. i must say that Prof Dr Michael ten Hompel did make a development with it and wanted to ask if this technology is going to be adopted for world this summer...i think that the capture rate of 1/50 is preity fast and would help to ease tension when the ball might have pasted the line.. if its no trouble then would you please explain how many years before we could see a actual prototype being developed to the real thing and is the world ready for such a thing ??

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  20. salam to you... i was just checking one of your last you tube videoes and i was a huges screen where the pictures where displayed and all.. i had seen this in cnn and i was wondering if its the same as for the windows tablet or is it from apple??

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  21. hi!! i m a tech freak and i was astonished with the snackbot!! i wanted to ask if the robot has the capacity to make a snack i.e since it has the information and all stored in its microchip, is it a reality to expected the robot to in the future make a small snack.. i also read about how it recignises small objects and all, so its possible that it can recognise the food type and all if this snacks were decoded with ASCII codes?

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  22. hi my son is a realy mad gamer freak and i was wondering if you could tell me if it is worth getting a gamer pc compar4ed to a ps3 or something..i just want your advise in it and want to get something that going to last.. is even xbox 360 a viable option???

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  23. hey dude!! I really like the ipad.. Its just some mindblowing stuff...I actually really like the way it was introduced in the market.. And bytheway...,Will it give the windows tablet compe...

    And i like you know windows tablet has a bluetooth that detects pictures stored in the phone or any device with that capatible..., like in what ways is the ipad better then the tablet...

    In otherways yor site is really very well and i like the talent in you and am sure you gonna work more of it..

    Thankx for the information and please reply as soon as possible my friends really liked your new research... Its awesome...

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  24. Ghantar chudasamaMarch 2, 2010 at 7:12 AM

    hi.. i m a engineer in a leading robotics firm and was shocked to see about the XM25 Counter Defilade Target Engagement System... according to what you posted, it can measure distance of an object at a precise distance of 30m as in your blog... although it is evident that it is in the development stage, i think it very inappropriate that such a post should be posted about it.. if you have a explanation other then what you written, then please clarify for me...

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  25. Yow buddy, nice stuff man.. where will i get the N900 is the phone i desire.. i read all you wrote aand am really eager to have tht phone now.., am ofcours a muzik freako and i need tht phone.. am sure its my type!

    thankyou very mch for the info and i would ask my buddies to go thru this site so that thy can also get ideas.not bad. kip it up dude!!

    Astalavista ;o)

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  26. yoyo lyk the competitive stuffs u have kept. i need your contact information so we can meet up. you are way too talented.

    Good Thing

    Kwaheri

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  27. Banta shaukat dirjeeMarch 2, 2010 at 7:24 AM

    satsriakal my friend.. i run a computer business and i wanted to know if there is any new gismo for a networking scope.. i m not talking about the 4g as a service but any hardware that my company might need for better and efficient service delievery..

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  28. Mr Otieno MusyokaMarch 2, 2010 at 7:31 AM

    Nice site my son. be blessed. wish i had a talent as you. Go For It Arbaaz Wahid

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  29. Sunny Singh MehtaMarch 2, 2010 at 7:36 AM

    Wow. this is simply wonderful. Am liking the Ipad. Nice stuff dude.. I just read the Ipad details and i came to know what i dint know. Great!! Thanks A Million Dude.. You rock.

    I would love to share all this information with my buddies around. Good going.

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  30. i m a computer graphical designer and i like the NEXI - Robot with facial expressions post... if you know there is now advancement in infra red motion detection where animation is being made through human movement... is it a possibility that in the future we might see the graphical interface being incorporated with the NEXI... as in to perfect the expression to the robot through infra-red technology that has being used to create animation and all... e.g if i wear the infra-red suit and i smile, the NEXI might as well make the same impression on it... i think this will be a very big advancement in the 21st century

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  31. JAMBO ndugu...i was pleased about the information in your blog and would like you to send me a detailed gismos list inh the email i have sent you...

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  32. @prem...yup i was also totally impressed..who knows in the future we nyt have robots playin instead of humans...lol...well yup taking one second to react is pretty fast...it will take dem some time to make an actual robot...since this was more like a cardboard figure or something...i think the world is ready just that they have to make the robots imitate humans...then i would see the robot as the best keeper in champions league as said by the reseerchers...although some goals went past him...they need a slightly faster reaction time...lets say 0.5 seconds would make them must more harder to score...well for now they might keep their current technology in the market...so u can actually train in your backyard or somethin

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  33. @jalludin....this is actually developed by microsoft....its called a microsoft courier tablet pc....i got very lil info since i think they are in the developing stages or somethin...coz other viewers also raised the question whether is out yet in the market or not...havent heard so far that microsoft has launched anything like this...but m quite sure they will this year..

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  34. @malaika...ummm...it doesnt rili make snackes..its more like a waiter...takes your orders, processes them...gives the order to the chefs and then serves you the food at the table...it could be possible they have coded it with ASCII and it but seems alot of programming has been used...all i can say is yes, in future we could have robots that can make small snacks such as hotdogs or somethin....i think they have just got the idea from the cartoon the 'jetsons' if i am not wrong...

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  35. @lucy right now technology is changing just too rapidly...i would personally got for ps3 since its a complete gamin machine...also xbox not a bad option...but if u wanna but it for your son...the alienware could be the best choice...since you would be able to upgrade the updates, hardware and stuff...which you cant do in pps3 n xbox...u will have to buy the newer version...which will be xbox 720 or ps4...so you will get lest costs upgradin the hardware and all..

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  36. @xara khan...n ya...da ipad will give the windows tablet some serious competition...but though i think the microsoft tablet has got advanced features...like u mentioned dem...ipad is meant for the young generation..such as teenagers until 20 somethin years old...da microsoft tablet is meant for business people...according to me i think the ipad will have more sales than the microsoft tablet...

    thanks...will keep you guys posted with more tech info and the latest gadgets...and thanks all for the tremendous amount of responses from u...

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  37. @ghantar...its good to have u guys on the blog...robotic engineers...what i can say is they are yet developing it...you got a point...they could also discover that the bullet goes more distance than its supposed to be...il update it once development has been done...they are using it mostly like a missile idea...they target by using coordinates and should hit the target...so even if you are hiding behind a corner or on top a building...it still gets you...

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  38. @ imran...if you are living in Kenya...since alot of bloggers here are from there...you can actually ask the nokia guys...or go to fone express...i just recently saw it there...m sure you will get it there...thanks once again for likin the blog...cheerz

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  39. @mwere...sure we can meet upp...m studyin at strathmore...u can also get my contact info on my facebook profile once you add me...or just call me on +254721566839

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  40. @banta...so far i have not seen any new gadgets...but yes...there are gadgets for networking such as a 3g modem which can actually network computers...as you move...u can use it to network where ever u go...u just have to set up a VPN...or alternatively the ISPs nowdays use some satellite technology to connect to their base stations...its just placed outside the house a small square object and linked to your comp through cables...u can also use that to network...will find more information about it and keep you posted...u can contact me on fb...and i can look for the gadgets for you...

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  41. @ mr.otieno..thanks...dont worry...i can teach you how to make up such a blog...u can acquire the same talent as well...

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  42. @ sunny i actually created this blog in mind to make people aware of technology in one central location...the blog...cheerz..

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  43. @ ghelo...hmmm...u also got a point...yep in future we could get such robots...but remember infrared releases UV rays...which are harmful to the human body...i think they could use alternative methods such as a human wearing a watch and the robot then senses all the expressions and how the human feels...it could be possible but probably not through infrared...well with graphical...they normally use some wireless stuff which they attach to the humans body and the same animation is created in the PC...so i would like to say they could develop a gadget...or even use the 3d virtual reality glasses...like what the human sees, feels or does...the robot could do the same way...its is very much possible in the future this can happen...

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  44. @mtaki...i think by now u must have got the email in your inbox...just check it out...ive sent all the details i could get...

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  45. @ banta sasriakal once again my friend...sony just released some networking box which comes with soo many cables and stuff...and its soo complicated that many people are complaining about it...i would advice you not to give your customers such new technology unless you have tested it out...for now ..i think u should just try to look in the modems and the broadband satellites...its very easy to network computers...and provide high quality services at the same time...

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  46. ASALAM ALEYKUM... Justwant to say that i likethe you tube videoes you have posted and is there a software i can use to download the videoes down??

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  47. asalam aleykum.. i m from u.k in kenya for a vacation.. my nephew was going through your blog and told me about the windows tablet.. i must say that i have seen the smaller version of it in states awhile ago last year i pressume and its better then the ipad.. m a microsoft fan but i m talking from experience... i think the tablet has this large view option that sets it far apart from the others

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  48. wah!!!!! dude i just love the bloody alienware blog!!!! just too wicked and i must say that i would realy really want to get my hands on them... is it buy any chance being distributed in kenya??

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  49. hali ya nairobi??? hope its poa... m now dar es salam and my cousin refered me to your blog... i love the way you have made the blog with the layout and information, and would like to know where i can learn to do and make a blog like yours.. i have recently finished my O level

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  50. paul justice awinoMarch 3, 2010 at 5:37 AM

    hi! i m a student in intel and was really impressed with your blog and how you created.. i just wanted to let you know that microsoft now venturing into the moblie market with a new set of handsets. cant wait to see what this year going to have in tech wise

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  51. hi... me from states.. just loved the work you have put thruogh this blog and m impressed the way kenya is advancing.. cheers bro..love your blog

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  52. susmita motewaliMarch 3, 2010 at 5:47 AM

    hi... woah!!! i loved the comment made by one of your blog users about the snack robo or somethng.. i would realy love something to make my snack for me hehe.. i know you said it acts like a waiter but wouldnt it be great to have some machine make you yourfavourite snacks :-)

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  53. @asif walaikum salaam...yes you can download the videos using youtube downloader, similarly you could use boltbrowser for watching the videos on the phone...both softwares are free...i hope this helped

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  54. @salma walaikumsalam...yes salma i also presume that the microsoft version is better than the ipad...coz clearly u can see from the video there are somethings microsoft courier can do that the ipad cannot do

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  55. @rajveer...yep der is a chance they might already be here...but normally u gotta make special orders for them coz they are rili expensive...u may as well try the dell people...they coul import one for you

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  56. @bakra...umm actually i have not taken any course or anythin to learn how to make a blog...all i can say is you can go some college or uni where they are teaching web design or just mess around with the net you will get to explore more stuff...

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  57. yo bro,this is sme crazzzy stuffff man....cant wait to get all of thm.....hahaha,really it is realy good,nd i like th background,and ur explanation of each,good1 bro....reallly...i like it...tkr man

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  58. @ paul yeah...microsofts been silent for a while....dey got loads of innovations going on...from OS's to tablets....they might as well give a huge shock to their competitors this year around...

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  59. asin seriously i like it,haha btw,it is shahid sawa....lol

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  60. @rizwan khan...thanks bro....yep Kenya's really advancing his time around with technology...its time to upgrade now to the next level...

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  61. @shahid...thanks bro...cheerz....

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  62. @ sushmita...yeeah...it woulb be really fun...imagine...breakfast on your bed everymorning...it brings you snacks while you are playin p.s...and on top of that it doesnt get tired....you may find many people growing fat coz of just sitting and eatin...lol

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  63. hi.. nice site dear!!! am amazed with what you have put up i9n this site.. its jus really awesome...am so looking forward to join you in all this.. good work.. The stuffs are just too good.. haven seen such site before.. nice...

    Hats off dear..

    :)

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  64. hey thanks mrs jalebi...u can join me anytime...il be free to help you...

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  65. hey... i m just amazed with the info on the dragon dx.. hop itl live to its standard..nyc blog

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  66. mithun marthorkarMarch 4, 2010 at 5:29 AM

    hey!!! i have a big taste for cool gadgets and daim the apple one towards the end is preity nice.... the way ud use no keyboard and all to type is just awesum.. i think the windows tablet has it too

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  67. hi.. wanted to find out if dr is a possiblity if the Vuzix can be able to play 3d movies and all thruogh just watchin movies at home...as in home experience and all.. how much does it or will it cost and where will it b available?

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  68. Zahra Hayaat KhanMarch 5, 2010 at 6:23 AM

    Hi. Thanks for the response. I got yor email. Tht was too fast. Thank You for helping me get the stuff i wanted..

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  69. hey thanks mr prabhu

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  70. @mithun yep the windows tablet has it too...

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  71. @mr cleve...i dont think it can play 3-d movies...may be thats what their next invention is...as i said earlier on the blog...u can find it at fonexpress nakumatt if ur livin in kenya coz i had seen one piece there...its must be for around 25-30k

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  72. @zahra no prob...anytime u need me il be there...:-)

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