New cell phone is one of the present tech arguments, alongside Oculus VR, WhatsApp, iPhones in Iran and monster robots
In the event that you’ve sold a BlackBerry Bold cell phone on eBay as of late, it may be to Kim Kardashian. “They don’t have them in stores any longer. I get them on eBay,” she told a gathering recently, clarifying her adoration for the revered console telephone.
No big surprise she hasn’t unpacked her new BlackBerry Passport cell phone yet. In any case, Kardashian isn’t the only one in adhering to the Bold-time gadget, and the organization is very much aware of that pattern. Here’s CEO John Chen, blogging yesterday about the following new BlackBerry cell phone.
It’s enticing in a quickly changing, quickly developing versatile market to change for change – to emulate what’s stylish and match the business standard, kitchen-sink approach of attempting to be everything to all individuals.
But on the other hand there’s undeniable value in the great proverb, in the event that it ain’t broke don’t settle it.
BlackBerry Classic mirrors that. It is great BlackBerry – finish with a best column of route keys and a trackpad. The gadget has dependably felt right in your grasp and dependably felt right in your bustling day.
Truly, the BlackBerry Classic expects to entice BlackBerry supporters from eBay and towards a fresh out of the box new handset. Is the organization onto something here? What’s more, is there a more extensive open door being missed by Android cell phone producers, if there are still individuals out there wanting physical QWERTY consoles on their gadgets?
Additionally on the radar today:
Movie chief James Cameron isn’t sold on Oculus Rift and VR headsets yet. “There is by all accounts a great deal of energy around something that is… a yawn to me,” he told the WSJD meeting. “You need to travel through a virtual reality? It’s called computer game.”
The CEO of Cambrian Genomics sounds somewhat like a science fiction supervillain. “We need to make everything that is alive on the planet… We need to make absolutely new life forms that have never existed, and supplant each current living being with a superior one.”
Informing application WhatsApp won’t present voice calling until 2015, as per CEO Jan Koum. “He noticed that WhatsApp is working through a few specialized issues identified with the dispatch, including the way that the application does not approach certain telephone mouthpieces, which makes commotion wiping out more troublesome.”
Apple is investigating the possibility to offer iPhones in Iran, asserts the Wall Street Journal. “In the discussions, the Cupertino, Calif., organization investigated the likelihood of having Iranian accomplices offer Apple items at alleged premium affiliates.”
Startup MegaBots has raised $1.8m to construct what Engadget portrays as “15-foot-tall, 15,000-pound guided robots” who’ll fight each other with “powerful paint firearms” for our beguilement. This most likely won’t end well for mankind.
source : the guardian