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Thoughts on Google’s Instant Search

Plus, a new camera from Nikon and Intel CEO shares his view on the McAfee acquisition

September 14, 2010
Nikon Adds Three Digital Cameras to Coolpix Lineup
Mashable
Christina Warren writes about a new camera from Nikon.

“The Nikon Coolpix S8100 looks a lot like its predecessor, the S8000, but Nikon has overhauled the hardware. With the S8100, Nikon has swapped the old model’s 14 megapixel CCD image sensor for a 12.1 megapixel backside illumination CMOS sensor. That should help the camera do well in low light. It also makes the camera super fast, with 10fps shooting and the ability to record 1080p HD video.”

What’s your opinion?

Google Instant Search Feeds our Real-time Addiction
Mashable
Pete Cashmore shares his opinion on Google’s Instant Search.

“By providing results before a query is complete and removing the need to hit the ‘enter’ key, Google claims users will save two to five seconds per search. Are we too impatient to wait a matter of seconds for our search results? What’s feeding our new-found need for speed?”

Intel CEO reveals Google TV launch is this month, explains McAfee purchase
Engadget
Richard Lawler shares Intel CEO, Paul Otellini’s view on the company’s acquisition of McAfee.

“(Otellini) considers it (McAfee) a ‘valuable asset’ and says the best security relies on a combination of hardware and software.”

What’s your opinion?