Ubislate 7 Is India’s Second Budget Android Tablet

India recently launched their first government subsidized Android tablet, a device which retailed for around $55, and now there is a new one on the way called the Ubislate 7 and the device is expected to retail for around $57.

The Ubislate 7 will come with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, and feature a 7 inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels, processing will be provided by a 700MHz Cortex A8 processor.

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Thuderbolt Headed To PCs Next April

According to a recent report by Digitimes, Itel’s Thunderbolt technology, which is only available on Apple devices at the moment, is headed to PCs ion April of next year.

Intel teamed up with Apple to develop the technology and it launched with the new iMacs this year, and now it looks like it is headed to PCs, and will be available to a range of PC manufacturers.

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LG To Launch 55 Inch OLED HDTV At CES 2012

LG has announced that they will lunch  new 55 inch OLED HDTV at CES 2012 in January, the HDTV will be the largest OLED HDTV to go on sale, and it is expected to hit stores around the middle of next year.

The device is expected to be just 5mm thick, when it goes on sale, which is considerably thinner than existing LED Tvs, and we will get a good look at it when it is launched at CES next month.

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Kindle Fire Gets Early Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Port (Video)

It looks like Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablet has been given an early port of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, which is described as pre-alpha, the build was put together by developer JackpotClavin from the XDA Developers.

Have a look at the video of it in action below, which shows Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich running on the Amazon Kindle Fire, a number of things aren’t working at the moment, although we suspect it won’t be long before a full working version of ICS is available for the Kindle Fire.

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LG Fantasy Windows Phone Smartphone Leaked

Details have been leaked of a new Windows Phone smartphone from LG, the LG Fantasy which is expected to launch in quarter one of 2012, you can see the device in the photo below.

According to untitledmangxg  from the XDA Developers the handset was obtained form a developer who is testing the device and it will feature a 4 inch IPS display and will come with Windows Phone 7.5 Mango.

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Apple’s Siri Lands On Jailbroken iOS 5 Devices

We have already seen a few videos of Apple’s Siri running on various iOS 5 devices, and changes to Siri in the latest version of Apple’s iOS, now mean that Siri can be ported to iOS devices without any sort of piracy.

Developers Chpwn and Ryan Petrich have developed a port of Siri for Jailbroken iOS 5 devices, which is called Spire, and it will work on any jailbroken devices running iOS 5.

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LG Announces Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Update For Existing Devices

LG has announced some details of when  it will be releasing the latest version of Google’s mobile OS, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to its existing range of smartphones.

LG will start updating various devices from the 2nd and 3rd quarters of 2012, and some of the devices to get the update include the LG Optimus LTE, Prada phone by LG 3.0, the LG Optimus 2X, the LG Optimus Sol, the LG my Touch Q and the LG Eclipse.

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Yamaha’s Retro Cool THR5 Amp Debuts

Yamaha makes all sorts of audio gear. I’ve seen more docks for smartphones and home theater bars than anything from the company. It has a new amp for musicians that looks really cool with a very retro design. The outside may look like something from decades ago, but inside it’s modern.

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Apple Eyes Fuel Cell MacBooks

A pair of new patent apps show that Apple is eyeing MacBooks that have fuel cells for power. The fuel cell isn’t a new concept, but so far there are no notebooks on the market using them. The fuel cell is cool because there is no charge time, you just add more fuel and you can work indefinitely.

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Japanese Geniuses Building A Gundam

The Japanese are still at it, people. (Okay so they’re always at it.) More than 50 years since Ozamu Tezuka conceived of Astro Boy, Japanese scientists continue to obsess over that most illusive goal–a robot. But this time, they’re building a giant one. Fine, it’s not a Gundam, but what else can you call a 13 foot mecha? The Hajime Research Institute, rather than give Bandai free promo, consider their current work as building a viable ‘4 meter robot’ aka mobile suit. Close enough.

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