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Technology News or Update June 2011

Huawei Technologies unveiled a tablet computer, MediaPad

Nokia's smartphone to sport Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 mobile OS is nicknamed the "Sea Ray"

Sony Ericsson announced two new Android smartphones Xperia Ray and the Xperia Active. Both run Android 2.3, aka "Gingerbread," and use the Mobile Bravia Engine

iPhone 5 to be launched in September 2011

Nokia N9 smartphone on MeeGo platform launched featuring 1GHz ARM Cortex A-8 processor, 8 megapixel auto focus camera with Carl Zeiss optics, dual LED flash and 28mm lens

Mozilla launches Browser version 5

Sony Vaio Z 13inch launched in Europe

Microsoft puts Office in the 'could

Apple unveils iCloud, an online music storage service

Microsoft's IE 9 is now available in 53 additional languages including 11 Indian regional languages (Assame, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Punjabi, Tamil and Telugu)

Microsoft unveils Windows 8 for tablets

Apple's iWork app which includes Keynote, Pages and Numbers applications, now available for iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS and iPod touch 3rd and 4th generation

Tata Docomo launches a route finder which works on SMS location based technology. The service works in 3G circles and also WAP

Yahoo launches AppSpot for iPhones and Android Phones

Google Chrome notebook made by Samsung and Acer goes on sale at a price range of $350 to $500 in the US

HTC has launched its Android phone, Sensation in India, priced at Rs.30,000

HTC Salsa is now available in India for Rs.22,000

Akai launches dual-SIM Active 2212

Google reinvents its search tools by adding Voice Search, Search by Image and Instant pages. All these features will be available to desktop users through the Chrome or Firefox browsers

Mindtree launches an Automated Traffic Counting and Classification system to conduct an around-the-clock traffic pattern study for single/intermediate/2 lane roads

Volvo has launched a mobile application to control cars from iPhone and Andriod handsets

Asus launches world’s first 3D laptop named, Asus Republic of Gamers G53SX

Sony launches 24” flat screen 3D display TV, priced at Rs.22,500


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