Bits and Pieces

Wednesday, January 04, 2006  

Engadget's dedicated CES zone.

| To wade through the MP3 player market is a task by itself. Noticed Samsung's YP-Z5 (CES special) via The Raw Feed. A standout that certainly warrants a second look. 1.8" screen, 38 hour battery life and WMA support could swing votes in its favour (Nano: 1.5", no-wma support, 14 hrs).

[today's google doodle is one of the best I've seen]

Update 1: Prashant Chandra (of Gurgaon-based Telserra India Pvt Ltd) is the recipient of the first Chairman's Award (instituted by Microsoft) for the design of a trendy back-pack PC [article with picture]

Update 2: Google DRM? [gigaom]

Update 3: Google keynote [live]
Google Pack | Post the Robin act on Google Video please

posted by pradeep | Permalink | (3)


ahaa.. avasara pattuteno?
(actualla until i can hold it in my hand, i can't say if it feels better than nano).. but the DNSe sounds interesting and ofcourse 38hrs! wow! now who is the next one to beat this ?

on the google doodle today, i am completely with u on that.. infact, it made my day very interesting!

By Anonymous prasad, at 11:25 PM 

So right, Prasad. Until you feel it, can never decide [always a point against eCommerce]. DNSe sounds gimmicky! :) Lets see.

Nice post here bud:

By Blogger pradeep, at 2:23 PM 

Too much new stuff to keep in pace with. Need to pause and analyse. Interesting developments with Google. Lets wait and watch.

By Blogger The Last Blogger, at 12:35 PM 

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