Apple in talks with UK operators over tablet

With the hype and excitement reaching near bursting point, just a week before the expected launch, Apple is said to be in talks with UK operators over network partnerships for its tablet PC.

It is claimed that Orange, O2 and Vodafone are all keen to stock the hugely anticipated device that is responsible for causing the biggest buzz in all of techland.

 

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It is believed that operators will bundle the rumoured iSlate in with 3G mobile broadband contracts, subsidising the expected £800 cost of the tablet PC.

Currently nothing more than rumour and speculation, Apple’s tablet PC is expected to come crashing into the realms of reality on January 27th when the San Francisco-based company unveils its “latest creation”.

The rumour-mongers of tech land, currently salivating at any sniff of tablet related-information, recently pounced all over a French Orange executive who claimed his company would stock Apple’s elusive tablet before hastily retracting the statement.

Unlike with the iPhone, which initially received exclusive network deals, it is not believed that an Apple tablet will be tethered solely to one operator.

Although likely to launch next week, it could well be a while before Apple’s tablet hits UK stores, giving operators time to finalise deals. Stay tuned to T3.com for all the latest iSlate revelations.
 

Link: Apple (via Guardian)

 

 

With the hype and excitement reaching near bursting point, just a week before the expected launch, Apple is said to be in talks with UK operators over network partnerships for its tablet PC.

It is claimed that Orange, O2 and Vodafone are all keen to stock the hugely anticipated device that is responsible for causing the biggest buzz in all of techland.

 

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Apple poised to launch "latest creation" next week

It is believed that operators will bundle the rumoured iSlate in with 3G mobile broadband contracts, subsidising the expected £800 cost of the tablet PC.

Currently nothing more than rumour and speculation, Apple’s tablet PC is expected to come crashing into the realms of reality on January 27th when the San Francisco-based company unveils its “latest creation”.

The rumour-mongers of tech land, currently salivating at any sniff of tablet related-information, recently pounced all over a French Orange executive who claimed his company would stock Apple’s elusive tablet before hastily retracting the statement.

Unlike with the iPhone, which initially received exclusive network deals, it is not believed that an Apple tablet will be tethered solely to one operator.

Although likely to launch next week, it could well be a while before Apple’s tablet hits UK stores, giving operators time to finalise deals. Stay tuned to T3.com for all the latest iSlate revelations.
 

Link: Apple (via Guardian)

 

 

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YouTube boosts live streaming with Twenty20 cricket

Google has announced a partnership with the Indian Premier League to live-stream upcoming cricket matches on YouTube.

This isn’t the first time YouTube has delved into the live-streaming arena but it is the first sport event.

Most of the site’s live shows have been music based – late last year it announced it was showing a U2 gig live and its first-ever live-streamed event was aptly called YouTube Live – a concert which featured music from Katy Perry, Will.i.am and Joe Satriani.

"We are thrilled to have the IPL as our global partner," explained Shailesh Rao, a Senior Manager of Google India, in a statement. "YouTube offers an open platform for sports and entertainment companies to take their content to a global audience and a great opportunity for advertisers."

The online content will start 12 March and run to 25 April, covering a Twenty20 tournament, and YouTube will have the exclusive online rights to the footage for two years.

There will be a dedicated channel to the cricket action, which you can find at: www.youtube.com/ipl
 

Link: YouTube via (Techradar)

 

Google has announced a partnership with the Indian Premier League to live-stream upcoming cricket matches on YouTube.

This isn’t the first time YouTube has delved into the live-streaming arena but it is the first sport event.

Most of the site’s live shows have been music based – late last year it announced it was showing a U2 gig live and its first-ever live-streamed event was aptly called YouTube Live – a concert which featured music from Katy Perry, Will.i.am and Joe Satriani.

"We are thrilled to have the IPL as our global partner," explained Shailesh Rao, a Senior Manager of Google India, in a statement. "YouTube offers an open platform for sports and entertainment companies to take their content to a global audience and a great opportunity for advertisers."

The online content will start 12 March and run to 25 April, covering a Twenty20 tournament, and YouTube will have the exclusive online rights to the footage for two years.

There will be a dedicated channel to the cricket action, which you can find at: www.youtube.com/ipl
 

Link: YouTube via (Techradar)

 

Versace mobile phone to launch in Spring 2010

Following in the fashionista footsteps of the LG Prada and the Giorgio Armani phone, Versace is set to release its first ever range of luxury mobile phones.

 

The Italian designers have signed a worldwide joint license agreement with ModeLabs Group for the ‘design, manufacture and distribution’ of what would be Versace’s first foray into the mobile phone market.

 

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ModeLabs Group are the company responsible for bringing to life handsets for Christian Dior and luxury watchmakers Tag Heuer.

 

There’s no details on specs the Versace phone is likely to be packing, but we can imagine it will be carrying the kind of price tag that should see it only suitable for the lucrative pockets of the Premier League’s finest.

 

A Spring 2010 launch is scheduled for the first of Versace’s luxury range of phones which will be available through its flagship stores and exclusive retail partners.
 

Link: Versace

 

 

Following in the fashionista footsteps of the LG Prada and the Giorgio Armani phone, Versace is set to release its first ever range of luxury mobile phones.

 

The Italian designers have signed a worldwide joint license agreement with ModeLabs Group for the ‘design, manufacture and distribution’ of what would be Versace’s first foray into the mobile phone market.

 

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ModeLabs Group are the company responsible for bringing to life handsets for Christian Dior and luxury watchmakers Tag Heuer.

 

There’s no details on specs the Versace phone is likely to be packing, but we can imagine it will be carrying the kind of price tag that should see it only suitable for the lucrative pockets of the Premier League’s finest.

 

A Spring 2010 launch is scheduled for the first of Versace’s luxury range of phones which will be available through its flagship stores and exclusive retail partners.
 

Link: Versace

 

 

Merge Multiple Images into One Single Image with ImageConcat

Often the large images of big size are cropped into small pieces so that webpage can load faster or to easily send it via email. There is overhead involved at the receiver end as they need to manually merge multiple images using Photoshop like tools to form original image.
In such cases freeware tool ImageConcat can […]

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Often the large images of big size are cropped into small pieces so that webpage can load faster or to easily send it via email. There is overhead involved at the receiver end as they need to manually merge multiple images using Photoshop like tools to form original image.

In such cases freeware tool ImageConcat can come handy. ImageConcat is a simple and easy to use application that will help you join images in one big one with just a few clicks. Originally this tool was designed to help people to create sprites for DS Games, but it can be used to make much more.

Features of  ImageConcat

1. Select between vertical and horizontal orientation when concatenating images

2. Based on the biggest image you can select the alignment for the small images

3. Set the default background color for empty spaces

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