The Optimus 7 isn’t the only smartphone LG just launched and they’ve not forgotten about Android. We’re taking a look at their basic Froyo device, the Optimus One.
Link: LG Optimus OnePosted by Daniel | 1 Comment
We take a look at one of the first few Windows Phone 7 devices on the market today, the LG Optimus 7. If you’re curious about Windows Phone 7 as a platform, be sure to check out our previous episode.
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Jerrick Lim makes us Singaporeans jealous by showing off the brand new Kindle 3 from Amazon that he just purchased in the UK in this unboxing video.
By the way, the fact that he can open the entire package with one hand says something about Amazon’s frustration-free package.
Link: Amazon Kindle 3Posted by Daniel | 2 Comments
We finally get our hands on a Windows Phone 7 device, the LG Optimus 7, and take a detailed look at what Windows Phone 7 brings to the very crowded smartphone OS table.
Link: Windows Phone 7
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We start off Episode 0.5 with the Pulse of Science – the basis of every technology we find today! This episode we invite Daniel Tsou and Justin Lee, the in-house geeks from Tech65 to talk about what are their personal pulses from the past, present and the future! Pulse of yesterday:
Pulse of today:
Pulse of tomorrow:
We would love to hear from you as well… what is your 3 pulses for science? With episode 0.5, we are still experimenting with the concept of pulse. Do let us know your comments and feedback: pulse [at] tech65 [dot] org. And most importantly, we would love to have you on the show as well… drop us a note!Posted by sayanee | No comments
Introducing Pulse! A completely new show on Tech65 that takes on a ride through time. Produced by Wai Kei and hosted by Sayanee, two friends come together couple of times each month to focus on one tech topic.
Pulse is an audio talkshow that picks up the tech trends for yesterday, today and tomorrow. Each episode, Wai Kei and Sayanee invite our friends to share their personal stories on a specific technology. Pulse of the past picks up one story from yesterday that helped to revolutionize the technology that led to the creation of something like never before. Pulse of the present takes a peek at the current challenges that are definitely shaking up the world right now. And the pulse of tomorrow points us to a wild wild wish we are imagining!
For our Episode 0.1, Wai Kei and Sayanee, each talks about 3 technology that they love and most importantly, what is Pulse all about!
Do let us know what you think and most importantly, look out for Pulse Episode 0.5 real soon!
So pick up the crackers and cakes! And get ready to have a geeky ride through time to the future!Posted by sayanee | No comments
I discovered this new feature as I was doing my usual searching on Google. If you do a Google search, apart from the ability to do Instant Search, clicking on a search result (not the result title, but the result description) or the magnifying glass will not just return a screenshot of the page in question, if the search terms are part of the website’s content, it will also highlight where the keyword is found! Certainly a very cool feature.
Not all results give a preview yet, since this service is probably very new, but I discovered that if you ask for a preview from a result more than once, it will “force” Google to go do a screenshot for that website.
Go try it out!Posted by Daniel | No comments
We got a first look at the Toshiba AC100, a netbook es-que based on Android 2.2. It is a smartbook companion device with a full qwerty keyboard.Posted by Justin Lee | 1 Comment
We got a chance to do a quick first look video of the Toshiba AS100, an Android 2.2 touch-screen tablet device.Posted by Justin Lee | 5 Comments
On this Episode of Simply Geek, we have a special interview with Carl Callewaert from Fund3D games. Tech65’s Justin met Carl Callewaert (Game Instructor/Director of Animation/Owner Fundi3D) and had a great chat with him about 3D Gaming industry, developing 3D Games and the technology behind 3D (not the geeky glasses type, but the stuff that’s used to make things like WoW such games). They talk about the current status of 3D Gaming and where things might go in the future.2 Comments