Amazon.com Inc. is reportedly developing some enhancements for their Kindle devices to compete more with the leading tab manufacturers Apple Inc. and Google Inc.
According to the poeple knowledgeable about the matter, the e-commerce company has recently been working on array of new devices including smartphones and audio streaming devices to broaden their reach beyond their tablet computers.
One of the smartphones that they currently working features a screen that allows 3D effects without having to use a glass. With “retina-tracking” technology, images will appear like a hologram and seems floating above the screen. . . . → Read More: Amazon Developing 3D Smartphone Without Using Glasses
Nintendo, a game console maker, was liable for a patent infringement case and was fined with $30.2 million in total damages.
The game maker was said to have used a patent for a 3D technology which requires no 3D glasses in their gaming device called Nintendo 3Ds which was invented by Seijiro Tomita.
According to Reuters, the New York federal jury already ruled and concluded that Nintendo have violated and infringe a patent and awarded the inventor, Seijiro Tomita, the fine which cost the game maker a whopping $30.2 million as compensation.
Seijiro Tomita, a Japanese that used . . . → Read More: Nintendo Fines $30.2 Million for Patent Infringement Case
Microsoft seems to be up for something good for the gamers next year. According to a couple of reports scattering in the internet, a leaked spec-sheet for the so called Xbox 720 is on the works and will be released next year with a couple of good stuff that will follow. According to a report, the said sheet is already 2 years old and it first appeared on Scribd but was removed right away. The said document stated that the console will house Xbox TV, 3D Tech, and Kinect 2.0.
The said Xbox TV will be . . . → Read More: Xbox 720 will be Available Next Year?
Samsung might have immediately wedged with announcing their innovative Galaxy Tab tables and went home to Korea with the heading of world’s thinnest tablets beneath their belts. Although the company didn’t now launch tablets at this year’s CTIA conference they as well carried beside several Powerpoint slides to talk about the outlook for their tablets in terms of display technologies.
To a group of onlookers at CTIA Samsung presented their planned roadmap for tablet displays from now until 2015. Plans for an increase in pixel density that would classify the displays as being retina displays and there was mention of . . . → Read More: Retina Displays and Glass-free 3D Tech, Rumored to be for Future Samsung Tablets