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Cool Google Trick

Step 1

Open a Google website & click images

Step 2

Search for any celebrity (For e.g. Jessica alba) (As shown Above)

Step 3

Add &imgtype=face to the address bar as marked below & press enter

Step 4

It show only images containing faces as you can see below

Nicon Wifi Enabled head fone

Nikon Wifi-enable UP300x Headphone
Nikon Corporation in Japan has introduced their latest Media Port UP. It is a wifi-enabled multimedia playback headset device. Nikon combine the display screen, headphones, mobile A/V player, Wi-Fi capability, high-capacity memory, and power source in one compact device. The device is priced around $587, available in the high performance UP300x and the basic UP300.The UP300x comes with built-in motion sensor that allows hands free operation (volume adjustment, etc…). It features up to 8GB of flash memory, Wi-Fi b/g, USB port, and two Sanyo eneloop rechargeable batteries and supporting the WMV9, MPEG-1, MPEG-2 video files, and MP3, AAC, WMA9 audio files. The unit is compatible with HTML 4.01, JavaScript, Flash Version 7, other media contents are downloadable from Nikon’s service.Unfortunately, they are only available in Japan.

Sony PSP 2 by Tai Chiem

Designer Tai Chiem has come out with the PSP 2 design. This concept comes with OLED display that can be rolled up when not in use. It features an electric charge powering the display, stereo speakers on either side double as a jog wheel and camera control. Nice work but I’m sure that it is not going to happen, for PSP I mean, could be useful for other devices maybe to come in that shape. More pictures after the break.

Sony just barely updated the PSP but designer Tai Chiem is already thinking about the next iteration. His design calls for a flexible OLED display that can be conveniently rolled. An electric charge powering the display stiffens it while providing near bezeless prime real estate for gaming. Stereo speakers on either side double as a jog wheel and camera control. He also envisages Sony finally implementing two joysticks. Pipe dream or not, it’s sexy and lives up to its name; it don’t get any more portable than this.Designer Tai Chiem

Google's Nexus One Phone Review

"GooglePhone", the Nexus One has been officially unveiled byGoogle (in chagrin with HTC) at its much talked about Android Press Event earlier today.It is the first time Google has designed and sold its own consumer hardware device.The phone, termed by Google as a "superphone".

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The unlocked Nexus One would set you back by a cool USD 529, (Rs.25,000) which seems to be a good price for the phone of this calibre. That by the way sure does not look like the price at which the Nexus One will arrive officially in India! That said, the current iteration of the phone does NOT support the 3G bandsthat will be operational in India (hopefully, this year). However, Google has confirmed that more localized versions of the Nexus One is on the anvil -- so we have that bit covered.

For now, we leave you with a few Google's Nexus One Phone Photos and tid bits about the device.

Google's Nexus One Phone Phone Specifications

Physical Dimensions

Height 119mm

Width: 59.8mm

Depth: 11.5mm

Weight: 130g with battery; 100g without battery


Flash: 512MB

RAM: 512MB

SD card: 4GB Micro SD card included (expandable to 32 GB <>)

Camera, photos, videos

5-megapixel camera

Mechanical autofocus

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LED flash

User can include location of photos from phone’s GPS reciever

Cellular & wireless

UMTS Band 1/4/8 (2100/AWS/900)

HSDPA 7.2Mbps

HSUPA 2Mbps up to 5.76Mbps

GMS/EDGE (850/900,1800,1900 MHz)

Wi-Fi (802.11 a/b/g/n)

Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR

A2DP stereo Blutooth

Location <>

AGPS receiver

Cell tower and Wi-Fi positioning

Digital compass


Display <>

3.7-inch (diagonal) widescreen, WVGA AMOLED

screen with <> contrast ratio and <>ms response rate

External buttons and controls

Physical power key

Physical volume up/down key

Tricolor, clickable trackball

4 illuminated softkeys (Back, Menu, Home, Search)

Haptic feedback

Teflon-coated back cover

Connectors and sensors

Dock pins

3.5mm, 4-connectors, stereo headset jack




Second microphone for active noise cancellation

SIM card slot

Micro SD card slot

Micro USB port

Proximity sensor

Light sensor

Tricolor charging and notification indicator LED




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Google's Nexus One Phone Photos

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The Apple iPad starting at $499

ipadAfter nearly a decade of rumors and speculation, Apple's finally unveiled the iPad. It's a half-inch thick and weighs just 1.5 pounds, with a 9.7-inch capacitivetouchscreen IPS LCD display, and it's running a custom 1GHz Apple "A4" chip developed by the P.A. Semi team, with a 10-hour battery life and a month of standby. It'll come in 16, 32, and 64GB sizes, and it's got the expected connectivity: very little. There's a 30-pin Dock connector, a speaker, a microphone, Bluetooth, 802.11n WiFi and optional 3G, as well as an accelerometer and a compass. There's also a keyboard dock, which connects underneath in the portrait orientation, support for up to 1024x768 VGA out and 480p composite out through new dock adapter cables, and a camera attachment kit that lets you import photos from your camera over USB or directly through an SD reader. The device is managed by iTunes, just like the iPhone -- you sync everything over to your Mac. As expected, it can runiPhone apps -- either pixel-for-pixel in a window, or pixel-doubled fullscreen -- but developers can also target the new screen size using the updated iPhone OS SDK, which is available today. The 3G version runs on AT&T and comes with new data plans: 250MB for $14.99 and an unlimited plan for $29.99 a month contract-free. Activations are handled on the iPad, so you can activate and cancel whenever you want. Every iPad is unlocked and comes with a GSM "micro-SIM," so you can use it abroad, but there aren't any international deals in place right now -- Steve says they'll be back "this summer" with news on that front.

It starts at $499 for 16GB, 32GB for $599, and $699 64GB. Adding 3G costs a $130 per model, so the most expensive model (64GB / 3G) is $829. The WiFi-only model will ship in 60 days, and the 3G models will come in 90.