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    Không thể tin được sản phẩm công nghệ của Viêt Nam lọt vào tóp 10 sản phẩm có thể thay đổi thế giới năm 2012 website USA Pcworlds bình chọn


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    Không thể tin được sản phẩm công nghệ của Viêt Nam lọt vào tóp 10 sản phẩm có thể thay đổi thế giới năm 2012 website USA Pcworlds bình chọn

    Bài gửi by AITduhoc on Mon Sep 10, 2012 1:28 pm

    Không thể tin được các bác ạ, Hôm qua 2/9 rảnh quá ngồi chả làm gì lướt mấy trang web nước ngoài thì thấy cái này. Em chả tin được. Cơ mà website Pc Worlds của Mỹ nó nổi tiếng phết.
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    Top 10 Tech Products which can change the world of 2012

    From Apple's iPhone 5 to windows to OLED TVs, here are 10 tech products we're looking forward to seeing what they can change in 2012.

    1. Apple iPad 3
    iPad must be a sight to behold. Its most compelling feature: a 2048-by-1536-pixel display, offering four times the resolution of the iPad2’s screen. The third-generation iPad adds a Retina display, the new Apple A5X chip with a quad-core graphics processor, a 5 megapixel camera, full HD 1080p video recording, voice dictation, 4G (LTE)[8] and Siri (coming 3rd quarter 2012). It shipped with iOS 5.1.

    2. Microsoft Windows 8
    Micosoft’s next operating system promises to be everything. Designed to power both tablets and conventional PCs, Windows 8 is ambitious and risky. The new OS will feature the touch-oriented Metro interface that we first saw in Windows Phone7. That means Microsoft’s “reimagined” flagship OS will be the first Windows version since the iconic Window 95 to revamp, rather than simply tweak, the desktop interface.

    3. Smarter TVs From Apple and Sony
    Rumors of an Apple-branded TV set aren’t new. According to Steve Jobs’ biographer Walter Isaacson, Apple’s confounder was obsessed with the smart-TV concept, and had been working diligently on a genre-defining television interface before he passed. Oiper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster, a longtime Apple watcher, recently predicted that an Apple television would debut by the end of 2012 or by the start of 20123.
    Sony,meanwhile, is developing next-gen TV concept designed to emulate Apple’s successful strategy of sharing user content among multiple devices, including TVs, tablets,smartphones, and game consoles.

    4. Apple iPhone 5
    When Apple unveiled the iPhone 4S in last October, many fans felt a twinge of disenchantment. The iphone 4S has some nice changes under the hood-including the voice-recognizing personal assistant Siri and an excellent 8-megapixel camera-but it looks virtually identical to its predecessor.
    The rumored curved glass screen and daring teardrop shape are apparently still on the drawing board over in Cupertino. Assuming that iPhone 5 arrives in 2012, it just might pack the visual wallop that Apple watchers have been waiting for.

    5. isign
    Vietnam communication company “Viettel’ launched a brand-new value-added service called “isign” in the beginning of August 2012. It is different from the traditional media and it is an exclusive way of communication with friends. Have you ever imagined a service allow your message to display on your friends’ mobile screen during your calls? Have you ever expected that without smartphones you are still able to update your status onto your facebook and twitter accounts? Some Medias consider isign can beat facebook in the future.

    6. Quad-Core Mobile Devices
    Speedy dual-core processors, such as Apple’s A5 in the iPad2 and iPhone 4s, will soon be old news as even faster quad-core chips migrate to the mobile market. Chip maker Nvudia says that smartphones featuring its quad-core Tegra 3 processors may arrive in the first half of 2012. And quad-core tablets, such as the Tegra3-powered Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime, are already here. Qualcomm, meanwhile, says that its quad-core Snapdragon chips will appear in Windows 8 tablets in the second half of 2012.

    7. OLED TVs
    Pricey and picturesque QLED TVs have been trade-show favorites for years now, but they remain gorgeous novelties that are too expensive for mainstream adoption.
    Will that change in 2012? According to Korean tech news site, both LG and Samsung will debut 55-inch OLED TVs at CES in January. What they will cost is unclear, but they woll certainly be priced at a premium relative to today’s LCD and plasma sets.

    8. Lytro Camera
    Just when you thought stand-along point-and-shoot cameras were out the picture, along comes the Lytro. The Lytro is an innovative light-field camera that a new type of sensor to capture the color, intensity, and vector direction of light rays. This new approach offers some unique advantages-namely, the freedom to be able to foucus an image after you’re shot it.

    9. Android 4.0 phone
    The latest version of Google’s mobile operating system is already system is already generating buzz in the mobile world. Android 4.0 offers a lot to love: a polished interace, improved multitasking, better search tools, and the intriguing-yet-gimmicky Face Unlock and Android Beam.

    10. Sony PlayStation Vita
    The PlayStation Vita, which arrives in North America in February, may answer the question on everyone’s mind: Are handheldgaming devices past their prime, or can a 5-inch multitouch display, front and rear cameras, augmented reality capabilities, and 3G wireless save the day?
    Mai Nguyen Thi Ngoc

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    Re: Không thể tin được sản phẩm công nghệ của Viêt Nam lọt vào tóp 10 sản phẩm có thể thay đổi thế giới năm 2012 website USA Pcworlds bình chọn

    Bài gửi by Mai Nguyen Thi Ngoc on Fri Sep 14, 2012 2:40 pm

    wow :O mình đang dùng cái Isign này mà Smile) hay ho phết Smile)

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