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Watch You-tube and experience Blue Ray movies in 3D from your Sony PlayStation 3

3D is the new in-thing, it is everywhere and you cannot avoid it. It is also extremely awesome and the effects and feeling of having to watch and experience any video in a three-dimensional format, captivates both young and old alike.  You Tube, who will introduce in twelve months and Blue ray movies, next month will be inputting 3D video which can be played and seen using Sony’s new 3D enabled PlayStation 3.

Transforming game Console to a full home theatre system

Mike Hawking, Sony Executive for Europe during a presentation announced the company’s move towards incorporating 3D blue-ray films as additional support by September 2010 as a firmware upgrade on PlayStation 3. Sony’s PlayStation 3 to be the first decked console to have full 3D enabled games, and the Mike Hawking said the company have all the hardware necessary to handle 3D games and movies, thanks to the Sony PlayStaion 3’s compatibility with HDMI 1.4 connection; because of it they can automatically detect the size and the 3D hardware in any connected television or personal computer it is linked with. Making Sony PlayStation 3 adaptable to support almost all the new 3D technologies as soon as simple boost in the form of updated required software and firmware are made available to the console and the connected units. Sony’s new PlayTV, will help this vision of Sony to come alive, which is an exclusive TV network for PlayStation 3 owners who can stream content in 3D to play on their consoles. Although, Nintendo already has 3D enabled Nintendo 3DS, a handheld console releasing in March 2011 with specialized technology that eliminates the use of  any physical controllers.

Emergence of three-dimensional content

YouTube announcement of supporting 3Dsoon there will be several television manufactures introducing new machines that can run 3D videos and also help Sony PlayStation 3’s 3D content to be run. . Also with PlayStation 3 you can take 3D pictures and using the camcorder capture 3D videos, and play it back on your television screens and/or eventually upload on YouTube.  With the wide range of content available on YouTube, adding 3D content will just double the opportunities and the timing of all these is right with 3D being the new chosen route for visual media.

Is our future 3D?

Currently only handheld consoles running 3D enabled games now, and soon with more manufactures and Sony PlayStation 3; almost all gamers except for Microsoft and Xbox, who have not announced or rumored to channel in the 3D market; is fully or more than partially on board with the 3D bandwagon. With several game manufactures already coming out with new 3D enabled games for all games stations and consoles. We all will soon be in a three-dimension infiltrated world.

You Tube and Google have already started experimenting with 3D, they have also introduced higher then HD resolution compatible videos, along with the capability of 3D. Blue Ray movies much awaited release next month will begin the 3D bandwagon and everyone will see 3D posters and marketing enticements for us to have a PlayStation and play games and indulge in the world of 3D.

Google Introduces Leanback YouTube Version

I have been thisentertained by an application as I did with the Leanback version of You Tube by Google. The application works in an impressive and interesting way. When you log into your YouTube account, the application picks up videos that you might want to watch and endlessly plays them in HD.

Google TV in the Making

The application allows you to watch your videos like you are watching TV, in other words you do not have to search for videos to play them every time you want to watch. But of course you can still search if you want to. You Tube has come with this new applications that makes using it more like watching your TV set, with the improved version of the Leanback service offering. According to You Tube, the new app. will give videos viewers’ uninterrupted videos with regard to their preferences. Apparently, this app. is a test drive for the company’s experimental site, TestTube. It is expected to pick up users preferences in videos and offer videos that match those preferences and viewer habits, in a continuous video feed.

Quality

The company’s senior manager reiterated the quality of the applications stating that it is meant to let viewers “sit back, relax and be entertained.” You Tube has its eyes set on offering the new Leanback version as a package as it plans to launch the Google TV platform in the coming few months. Additionally, it will be available as a package for internet enabled gadgets, mobile phones and gaming consoles as well. The recent YouTube Leanback comes as a redone version of its existing, old homepage and is be made up of a larger window with a feed choice of video files that geared towards your preferences and interests and are shown as thumbnails. What makes the technology even more interesting is the automatic play of the videos you like soon as you are on YouTube. The moment you enter the page, your favorite videos that match your tastes will commence play almost immediately. This application is Google’s TV interface and works more like your TV as it eliminates the need to click and search for videos.

Mobile Applications

The new Leanback application will come as a great addition to mobile phones users. It makes use of HTML5 to provide a mobile site that will encompass better video quality with additional content when compared to the old You Tube functionality. The app can work on most smartphones but You Tube’s Leanback for TV is what is currently riding high. Now with your PC, you can sit back and watch You Tube videos like you are watching TV as the application is optimized for watching videos on your TV. What began as a preview at Google’s I/O will now be encompassed into its long time project, Google TV when it is introduced to the market in the coming months.

Whereas its evolution began in 2009 with the introduction of the You Tube XL interface, the overall feel for was not palpable to those who surf under the comfort of their couches. Leanback has successfully taken that challenge and made it amazingly better.

Near Ending of Google and China Spat

The Chinese authorities have expressed their negative opinion on Google’s practice of redirecting Chinese searchers their uncensored search site from Hong Kong. In order to prevent any further downfall of business the search engine has decided to terminate this redirection. Google started this activity in the month of March after a decision it made that stopped censoring of search results in the country of China.

This resulted into an almost immediate protest from the Chinese authorities. An unnamed official of the Chinese State Council Information Office said that by stopping search filters and by blaming the country as a source for alleged attacks by hackers, Google has breached the written contract it made prior to entering the Chinese market. His report further included that the action was wrong by all means and that the government of Chins was completely in opposition to making commercial issues political. The report expressed the government’s indignation and discontent towards the search engine for its accusation and conducts and termed them ‘unreasonable’. This was followed by disruptions of the Web services by Google. It prompted the search engine to introduce a dashboard displaying the status in which its offerings were. As on Tuesday only Gmail, Web search, News, Images and Ads were fully functional on Google in China out of a total of twelve services. The completely or partially blocked services include Blogger, Mobile, You tube, Groups, Sites, Picasa and Docs.

Google is planning to stop redirecting the users in China to Google.com.hk

According to his blog on Tuesday, David Drummond Google SVP and chief legal officer said that Google is planning to stop redirecting the users in China to Google.com.hk and they will be routed to a new page on Google.cn that is linked to Google.com.hk, this step has been taken under the continuing threats from the government of China. According to him the conversations that have taken place between the Google officials and those of the Chinese government have made it crystal clear that the later consider the redirection highly unacceptable, also it is obvious that a continuation of the same practice will lead to a cancellation of the renewal application of Google’s Internet content Provider license in china, the absence of this license means that Google will not be able to operate as a commercial web site hence failing in the Chinese market.

So they are left with little options apart from the chosen one, according to Drummond, it is an approach that will allow the search engine to fulfil its commitment of not censoring their results on Google.cn while still giving users an access to all of Google’s services from the same page.

According to recent reports Google is even seeking for a license that will enable it to make its mapping services operational in China. This is due to the new rules issued by the State Bureau of Surveying and Mapping in China.

This is going to affect Google a lot and China was also one of the major source for web traffic generation.

The First Android TV

A Swedish company, People Of Lava is going to launch a 42-Inch HD Android TV. Named as Scandinavia, the first ever Android TV will be available in this September. Company is planning to launch the 42 inch model first and then to launch 47 inch and 55 inch models of Scandinavia. Coming in this September, Scandinavia will cost $3500 and the user will be able to access Facebook, You Tube, Maps, Twitter, E-Mails and other applications on the Android T.V.

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