News: YouTube, Google, Flickr and More Tech Companies Roll Out New Products
I haven’t wrote a tech review since my days in I-S magazine, but in the last few days, some of the biggest companies in the world are pushing out new products that are getting me excited. Set to revolutionize how we do and see things, these products seem to be out of this world —but this as real as the water found in Uranus. I can’t wait to get my hands on these things.
Double the speed of instant messaging.
Price: Free Ratings: 4/5
Forget about fumbling with your QWERTY keyboard on your smartphone. The Gmail Tap uses only two buttons made out of a dot and dash that allows you to type at double the speed. This is great for busy professionals on the go. Go to Gmail Tap’s official website to download the app now!
See the world like a video game.
Price: US$779 Ratings: 4/5
Find out about food nutrients, suss out the capabilities of your colleagues and friends, check out your vital statistics such as health and emotional index and don’t miss another chore with the inbuilt task master —all in real-time! Purchase your personal SnakeEyes and start earning life points now!
The YouTube Collection
Relive your favourite YouTube memories on DVD.
Price: Unknown/Shipping: $60,000 Ratings: 3/5
Now, who wouldn’t want to get their hands on millions of YouTube videos in less than half-a-million DVDs? Categorized in tags such as cat videos, how-to, etc, the collection comes in easy to read boxes and equipped with commenting systems and likes —all by post!
Google Really Advanced Search
Never not find something on Google ever again!
Price: Free Ratings: 5/5
As the aged old saying goes, “Let me check with my bestfriend, Google” when you’re looking for something online. But with age come things like dementia. With Google’s latest Really Advanced Search, that’s a thing of the past and the future looks bright. Thanks to search filters that we really need like rhyming slang, font and embarrassing grammatical faux pas, now we can find anything we ever needed.
New default for all photos.
Price: Free Ratings: 5/5
As a tribute to the days of photography well before any technological advancement, Flickr pays homage to the glorious days of black and white with it’s Atkinson Dither effect —set to be the default look for ALL images on the site.
Toshiba Shape Tablets
Reshaping individualism in today’s digital landscape.
Price: Unknown Ratings: 3/5
Everyone’s using the boring rectangular tablet, but Toshiba aims to change all that. Designed with individualism in mind, the Toshiba Shape Tablets come in three different shapes: oblong, rhombus and the heart-shaped Amore.
So there you have it, the best of them lot. All released yesterday.