In Japanese households, all-in-one PCs with large-screen integrated touch displays are common. And now a japanese company Kouziro is advertising a new 21.5-inch Android device. Yes that’s correct!!!
According to CNET,
Its key differentiator is a 21.5-inch touchscreen featuring a 1,920 x 1,080-pixel resolution, which is a lot larger than most Android-based tablets. The following are other notable specifications:1GB RAM 8GB storage Onboard Wi-Fi HDMI output microUSB port microSD card slot
With the exception of the supersized screen, that’s not unlike the features you might find on an Android tablet.
And Kouziro is marketing it as a tablet, for watching movies, scanning news sites, and playing games.
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The idea of zombies/undead flesh-eaters overtaking our civilization has never been more fun, or more real.
AMC’s horror-drama The Walking Dead, soccer moms killing time in the supermarket line with Plants vs. Zombies, the very existence of an honest-to-goodness book called Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.
But when you add real-life tales of the so-called “bath salt cannibal” (nice try, Florida cops, but we know a frickin’ zombie when we see one) and growing online paranoia about the likelihood of an actual zombie-geddon, you quickly realize this is more than a glorified Halloween fetish.
Zombies started popping up…
BBC is facing some problems, its internet services have suffered a number of glitches with parts of the main website becoming unavailable for a time. The BBC’s iPlayer service went offline, while a section highlighting the popular stories of the day is showing old News/Stories.
It is the 2ndtime this year a BBC is suffering from some fault that has taken the site offline. So far Its not clear whether the problems are related and engineers but they said they are still investigating the cause.
A statement from the BBC said:
“Due to a major technical issue, BBC Online was temporarily down on…
Amazon has come up with a new social gaming service called GameCircle for its Kindle Fire tablet.
As you know Apple has Game Center on its iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. This app will also feature gaming achievements and leaderboards.
GameCircle can also automatically save a player’s in-game progress to the cloud and allow them to pick-up exactly where they left off.
Paul Ryder, Vice President of Apps at Amazon Said:
“Our goal is to give developers great tools to quickly and easily reach new customers and keep them engaged. That’s why we’re…
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