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Posted: 02 May 2011 03:34 AM PDT

Few weeks before, Sony unveiled its 3D portable camcorder camera – Sony Bloggie 3D at CES and it was put up for pre-orders. Its now finally available for online purchase. This camera brings up 3D photography at the user level, so that normal consumers will now not have to purchase expensive high end 3D cameras and still enjoy decent quality 3D imaging.

Sony Bloggie 3D is capable of recording 3D videos and 3D image capture. It can shoot 3D videos at full HD 1080p and take 3D still shots at 5 megapixels. It also takes images even in low light density with its Exmor- CMOS sensor and can capture photos while you're shooting a video at the same time. It also has a 2.4-inch glasses-free 3D screen so you can preview your clicked shots or videos instantly. It has internal storage of 8GB, thus allowing  you to record up to 4 hours of video. Conveniently, a HDMI output allows you to share the captured videos and images on your big screen.

The Sony Bloggie 3D is available now for $249.99

[via UberGizmo]

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Leaked: Adobe tells everyone of video acceleration in Android 3.1

Posted: 02 May 2011 01:00 AM PDT

Google Android updates don't often get leaked and are often well kept secrets until the day of official announcment. Not this one though, but it wasn't Google that did anything wrong, it was Adobe who recently unleashed its new Flash Player 10.2 app update and in it mentions some not yet meant to be disclosed info.

The update says that Flash Player 10.2 supports "hardware accelerated video", provided that a user is running the unannounced Android 3.1 operating system. This should drastically increase video playback performance, specifically with HD video, on Honeycomb tablets.

There is no word from the search engine giant when Android 3.1 might be unveiled, but possibly in a week's time at Google's I/O developer conference in San Francisco. In the meantime, we can start guessing what sugary name is to follow.

[via Engadget]

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Latest Qik App brings cross-platform video calls

Posted: 02 May 2011 12:00 AM PDT

Video calling is a popular feature on smartphones, but it has its limitations. The latest version of Qik app allows its users to use Qik Video Connect software to overcome those limitations.

Thanks to the Qik Video Connect software, you can now perform cross-platform video calls, and the list of supported hardware includes Android phones with Android OS 2.1 or newer, iPhone, iPad 2 and iPod Touch. As for the video calls, you can perform them with the Qik Video Connect app via 3G, 4G, or WiFi connection.

Another great feature of this app is that you don't have to use a phone with front facing camera to make video calls, instead, you can use any compatible phone even if it only has a rear camera only, so if you don't have front camera, you can easily use the back camera for video calls. Additionally, for the new version of Qik, the team have improved its video quality, and therefore, video calls drain less battery than the previous versions did.

Unfortunately, the number of supported Android devices remains restricted, but we're hoping that Qik will expand compatibility and address this in the near future.

[via Geeky Gadgets]

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