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RIM Aquires TAT

by on Dec.02, 2010, under Gadgets, Mobile, Technology

Research In Motion confirmed the acquisition of Swedish UI design company TAT. TAT team will be joining RIM and bringing their talent to the BlackBerry PlayBook and smartphone platforms.

TAT is renowned for their innovative mobile user interface (UI) designs and has a long history of working with mobile and embedded technology.TAT helped develop the original Android interface on the T-Mobile G1. TAT focuses on delivering great user experiences, from a design, technology, and usability perspective. Their design technology is used today in a variety of industries including the consumer electronics and automotive sectors.

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Michael Dell confirms 7-inch Android Tablet Streak

by on Sep.23, 2010, under Gadgets, News, Technology

Dell Streak

Michael Dell has pulled out another tablet, the Dell 7-inch tablet Streak which is Android based. He announced this at an Oracle Corp. conference in San Francisco.

Dell said the company’s new 5-inch Streak tablet will be available at Best Buy stores next month. The device is currently available through Dell’s online store. He didn’t provide any other detail for new 7-inch table. The device appears to run on Google’s Android software. This join to competition of Apple’s iPad.

This will give Dell Inc. a huge boost in revenue in coming quarter.

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Goodbye Google Wave

by on Aug.05, 2010, under News, Technology

Google Wave

Its been more than a year since Google’s “community collaboration” tool Google Wave was launched at the 2009 I/O conference and people were waiting for invites to join it. Now the google has decided to shut down the service due to very low adoption rate.

The service will not shut down completely for now, the account would still be accessible and Google has reaffirmed that the service would be running through the end of the year. They have also that technology used in the Wave would be integrated into other Google projects. Existing users can easily ‘liberate’ their content from Wave.

Google’s CEO Eric Schmidt said that the failure of Google Wave is just the failure of an experiment. “Remember, we celebrate our failures. This is a company where it’s absolutely OK to try something that’s very hard, have it not be successful, and take the learning from that.”

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