One of the more visually interesting parts of Apple's Leopard demo was the new Core Animation functionality, which joins existing Core Audio, Image and Video features and makes animating text, images, video and OpenGL simple. Take a look at SlashGear's video from the Keynote, and get ready to gasp and spontaneously applaud along with the audience at the awesome live media preview demo.
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A select few of Japanese gamers will have the opportunity to buy an obnoxiously yellow Pikachu themed Nintendo DS Lite. Not only will they have to fork out the cost for the unit but those who want the yellow DS must go to the Pokemon center in person and enter in a lottery just to have the chance to buy one.
The guys over at Penny Arcade rock If you don't already read their comic, you should check them out sometime. Well, as long as you're not easily offended, if you are, you might not want to stop by. Anyway, for those that have read and enjoy the Penny Arcade comics, you'll be excited to know that they will be making their venture into the world of 3D very soon.
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Creative won’t give up on media player market yet and is adding a new Zen to their player portfolio. The Zen Wav, a new player that is believes to be competiting with iPod Nano. The Zen Wav has similarity in navigation feature with its sibling Zen Neeon using a joystick and two buttons in front of the player.
Never have I seen any gadgets that have more functions than Brica ViewArt 1000. It works as a video camera, digital camera, webcam for PC, FM tuner, e-book reader, MP3 player, audio recorder, video player (built-in TV output), and digital video recorder (with its TV input).
The recorded video will be saved as ASF file with 320x240 resolution. As for playback, the Brica ViewArt 1000 supports AVI, Quicktime, MPG, WMV, and Realmedia video files. The MP3 player supports MP3, unprotected WMA and WAV audio files.