Mobile devices have fast emerged as more than just the way of communications for the future. Smartphone and tablet computers can now replace a traditional desktop PC or laptop whilst offering added extras and special features. Mobiles have become complete multimedia devices and users are now able to just about anything on a portable, handheld device.
The Android operating system has become the world’s most popular mobile OS and Apple products that feature the Apple iOS come in a close second. Both these operating systems allow users to enjoy games on the go, access the internet, stream sports or watch movies and offer a full suite of communication features.
The built-in internet connection of most mobile devices is possibly their best feature, as users can connect on the go or download and play games at will. Instant electronic communication has gone beyond email, with chat programs such as Skype and Whatsapp being utilised internationally. Millions of users take advantage of the free software on offer to run their business or communicate with friends and family abroad.
Mobile device have largely replaced PC’s and gamers now also utilise their mobile devices to enjoy the best entertainment in any environment they desire. Device compatible games are available in their thousands and players can enjoy casino style entertainment at top sites like www.iPadcasino.ca , download Android apps or play in-browser games at will. The huge selection of optimised and compatible games makes mobile entertainment an attractive option, and in many cases the games are available at no cost.
Nikon Corporation is pleased to announce their Nikon D3X digital SLR to the market as its latest high-resolution professional DSLR. Sporting a Nikon FX-format CMOS imaging sensor (35.9 x 24.0 mm) with an imaging area equivalent to 35mm film, and its 24.5 effective megapixels deliver images of striking quality and resolution. Designed to produce files suitable to meet the demands of tomorrow’s commercial and stock requirements, the camera produces 50MB 14-bit NEF (Raw) files per shot.
We’ve just added a new Western Digital (WD) Elements 320GB USB2.0 Portable External Hard-Drive to our collection of tech gadgets for our blogging and photography hobby. I bought it for my wife. Early Christmas gift in November indeed. We have been using this for a week now and I must say that this is a perfect backup storage for our pictures taken by our ever reliable Nikon D60 DSLR.