Droid Razr is here - Motorola the Illinois based company that first revolutionized the world with the intro of the cellphone and then bring to the masses the Razr, then after the big hit that it had with the Motorola Razr they weren't able to match the popularity that it had with that device. Motorola now hopes to rekindle that fire with the Droid Razr. What does this new Razr feature? It features a very thin phone, the thinnest phone on the market right now. It runs Android's Gingerbread OS, it supports Verizon's 4G LTE signal, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi of course, dual core processor 1.2 Ghz, 1GB of RAM, 32 GB worth of storage capacity (16 GB built in, 16 GB Micro SD card that it comes with the phone), 4.3 inch screen. Of course it has touch capabilities. It has an 8 mega pixel camera to match the iPhone 4S, front facing camera, it also lets you to connect 8 Wi-Fi devices to the 4G LTE network at the same time. If you want to get one, then you are going to have to pay 300 dollars and plus a 2 year contract with Verizon.
Add this to your Christmas list - Finally Sony has announced when they are going to release the Sony Vita. It is going to be released on February 22, 2012. They will ship to the U.S, Canada, Latin America, and Europe on this day. It comes in 2 different versions. It comes with a Wi-Fi version that goes for $249 and if you want Wi-Fi and 3G it will cost you $299. This device is supposed to match up with the PS3. This device is met with challenges because first everyone now a days has a smartphone which already has capabilities of playing games. Like the iPhone, iPad, Android devices. And you know that when you are sitting at home, you are going to playing with a console device like an Xbox 360 or PS3. And if you are on the go, you are going to have to carry 2 devices your smartphone and this device. So we will see how people will react to this device or will it just go down like the Sony PSP did? Only time will tell.
WireDoo meets MC Hammer - Who knew that MC Hammer was very technological involved in creating a search engine. But it turns out that he wants to take on Google, Yahoo, and Bing by creating WireDoo. Yes! you heard that right, Wiredoo. We will see how this new venture goes for MC Hammer and whether it will be a success it all depends on how the public reacts to this new search engine. But he is joining a crowded field. I wish him nothing but the best in this new venture and hopefully it becomes a success.