只用一本书提高英语听力能力!重温经典名著双语阅读小编推荐:跟着纪录片学英语不背单词和语法,轻松学英语
返回列表 回复 发帖

[科技前沿] 2011-10-23&10-29 Android4.0支持人脸解锁?

提高英语听力能力 找对方法很重要!

[科技前沿] 2011-10-23&10-29 Android4.0支持人脸解锁?

user posted image
Unlock Android 4.0 with your face?


The PlayStation Vita won't be out for the holidays, Apple stores are closing during a memorial for Steve Jobs, and Android's Ice Cream Sandwich version comes with several new camera features.

user posted image


【电信1】 RealVideo / mp3

【电信2】 RealVideo / mp3

【网通/教育网】 RealVideo / mp3

点击进入多主题版块听写规则(新手必读)


版主提示:
一、若是自己的听写稿, 请发帖时标注'Homework'.
二、若是改稿, 请发帖时标注'on 某某人'并在修改处标红.
三、为了达到最快的下载速度,推荐使用迅雷高速下载本站音频/视频材料.

普特在线文本比较普特在线听音查字普特在线拼写检查普特文本转音频

人間の優劣は、他者との比較で決めるものではなく、自分自身の中で決定されるもの。

本帖最后由 nickylan 于 2011-10-23 09:03 编辑

HOMEWORK:
It’s Wednesday, October 19th, 2011, I’m Bridget Carey on CNET.COM and it’s time to get loaded.

Google unveiled the new Galaxy Nexes last night, along with Android 4.0 which goes by the codename Ice Cream Sandwich. No word on price, * or availability of the Galaxy Nexes yet, but the new Android operating system has several notable changes, such as instant talk to type and some camera improvements. The front camera can track eye movement, and rotate the image based on what the user looks. And if there’re two people hovering over the front facing video track camera, it’ll focus on the people who’s talking. Also Android seems to have borrowed from the best of the competition, much like a windows’ phone, the new Android has people tiles, and a stream of social media updates and the people app. And much like HPS’ Wabble S, if you’re dumb with the screen, you can just flick it away. But when you need change, you can unlock the screen using the front camera to detect your face. Let’s just hope you don’t have an evil twin.

You may find Apple stores close for a few hours today while employees watched memorial for the late Steve Jobs. The Wall Street Journal’s reporting some Apple stores will close for at least an hour so employees can watch a live video feed of the Steve Jobs rememberings, taking place of the Coupon Tino headquarters today at 10:00am Pacific 1:00pm *. Apple has not made any official statement though about those store closures.

Google searches will now be more secure. If you sign into your Google account, by default, all web searches will be encrypted via a url with https. If you don’t have a Google account, or if you signed out, you could just mainly type in the https in your url to conduct a secure search, but of course when she gets the destination, it’s not gonna be secure anymore. Google already uses this with G-mail, and Facebook has the https option as well. So be sure being use it if you’re browsing through public wifi hot spot, as Google results are getting more personalized that don’t want creeps ** on your *.

The PlaceStation Vita, Sony’s newest 10 held gaming device will not be on sale on time for the holiday season. The Vita will be sold on February 22nd, and will cost $ 250 for a wifi version, and $300 for a version with 3G from AT&T. And it’ll have a 5 inch touch screen Qua core processors, dual cameras and a rear touch panel.

There’s a new bird hatching over the Angry Birds game. At the Web 2.0 Tech Conference, game maker Rovio didn’t say what kind of bird it would be, other not, it’ll come out later this month. The game has 30 million users a day playing 300 minutes a day, and that’s after they spend zero dollars in marketing. Down the road, expect to see Agree Birds movie and a cook book. I bet there’re some egg * recipes, sorry, I know, I’m a ham.

Those’re your headlines for today, I’m Bridget Carey for CNET.COM and you’ve just been loaded.

Hey, guys, Brown Tom here, and if you’re looking to see the top dogs in tech faceoff, then you need to see CNET’s Prizefight, we’ll throw touch screen phones in the ring, reignite the console works, battle web browsers and more, so you can find it all at CNET.COM/PrizeFight and I’ll see you there.
立即获取| 免费注册领取外教体验课一节
本帖最后由 littlecase 于 2011-10-23 10:21 编辑

Homework

It’s Wednesday, Oct 19, 2011. I’m Bridget Carey on CNet.com. And it’s time to get loaded.

Google unveils the new galaxy of *last night, along with the Android 4.0, which goes back to * No word on prize, on *or availability on galaxy * yet. The new Android operating system has several notable changes, such as instant talk to type, and some camera improvements. The front camera can track eye movement, and rotate images based on where the user looks. And if there are two people hovering over the front facing video tracking camera, * focus on the people who is talking. Also Android seems to have borrow from the best of the competition, much like a Windows phone, the New Android has people ties, and * social media in the people lab. And much like HP’s * if you are down with a screen, you can just click it away. But when you need a change, you can unlock a screen using the front camera to the textual face. Let’s just hope you don’t have an evil twin.

You may find Apple stores closed for a few hours today, while employees watch the memorial for the late Steve Jobs. The Wall Street Journal is reporting, some Apples stores were closed for at least an hour, so employees can watch a live video feed of Steve Jobs’ remembrance, taking place at Cupertino headquarter today at 10 am specific 1 pm eastern. Apple doesn’t make any official statement though about the store closures.

Google searches will now be more secure. If you sign into your Google account, * all web searches will be created* with an URL with http *; if you don’t have a Google account domain if you sign out, you can just barely type in the http * in your URL to conduct a secure search. But of course when you get to the destination, it’s not gonna be secure any more. Google already uses this Gmail, and the Facebook has the http * option as well. So be sure to use if you browse * public * hot spot, as Google result* * getting more personalized yet, don’t want *.

The play station Vita, Sony’s newest 10 held gaming device will not be on sale on time for the holiday season. The * will be sold on Feb 22 and will cost 250 dollars for a WiFi vision, and 300 dollars for a vision with 3G HTNT. It will have a 5-inch touch screen, a dual core processor, *cameras and a real touch panel.

There is a new bird hatching over at the Angry Birds game. At the wed 2.0 Tech conference, game maker Rovio didn’t say what kind of bird it will be other than it will come out later this month. The game has 30 million users a day, playing 300 minutes a day, and that’s after they spend zero dollars in marketing. Down the road expected to see the Angry Bird movie and a cook book, I beg there are some egg * recipes. Sorry, I know, I’m a ham.

Those are headlines for today. I’m Bridget Carey for CNet.com, and you have just been loaded.

Hey, guys, Brian Tang here, and if you look at *, the top * in tech Face Off, then you need to watch, see that prize fight. We will throw touch screens phones *, recognize counsel words, battle web browses and more. So you can find it all at cnet.com/prizefight. And I will see you there.
实现无障碍英语沟通
It's Wednesday, October 19th, 2011. I'm Bridget Carey on Cnet.com and it's time to get loaded.
Google unveiled the new Galaxy Nexus last night, along with Android 4.0 which goes by the codename Ice Cream Sandwich. No word on price, carrier or availability of the Galaxy Nexus yet, but the new Android operating system has several notable changes, such as instant talk-to- type and some camera improvements. The front camera can track eye movement, and rotate the image based on what the user looks. And if there're two people hovering over the front facing video track camera, it'll focus on the people who's talking. Also Android seems to have borrowed from the best of the competition, much like a windows' phone, the new Android has people tiles, and a stream of social media updates and the people app. And much like HP's Wobble S, if you're down with the screen, you can just flick it away. But when you need change, you can unlock the screen using the front camera to detect your face. Let's just hope you don't have an evil twin.
You may find Apple stores close for a few hours today while employees watch a memorial for the late Steve Jobs. The Wall Street Journal's reporting some Apple stores will close for at least an hour so employees can watch a live video feed of the Steve Jobs rememberings, taking place of the Coupontino headquarters today at 10am Pacific, 1pm Eastern. Apple has not made any official statement though about those store closures.
Google searches will now be more secure. If you sign into your Google account, by default, all web searches will be encrypted via a URL with HTTPS. If you don't have a Google account, or if you signed out, you can just mainly type in the HTTPS in your URL to conduct a secure search, but of course once get to the destination, it's not gonna be secure anymore. Google already uses this with Gmail, and Facebook has the https option as well. So be sure it's being used if you’re browsing through your public WiFi hotspot, as Google results are getting more personalized, you don't want creeps to snoop on your InPhone.
The PlaceStation Vita, Sony's newest 10 held gaming device will not be on sale on time for the holiday season. The Vita will be sold on February 22nd, and will cost $ 250 for a WiFi version and $300 for a version with 3G from AT&T. And it'll have a 5-inch touch screen Quad-core processors; there are dual cameras and a rear touch panel.
There's a new bird hatching over the Angry Birds game. At the Web 2.0 Tech Conference, game maker Rovio didn't say what kind of bird it would be, other than; it'll come out later this month. The game has 30 million users a day playing 300 minutes a day, and that’s after they spend zero dollars in marketing. Down the road, expect to see Agree Birds movie and a cook book. I bet there are some egg salad recipes, sorry, I know, I'm a ham.
Those are your headlines for today, I'm Bridget Carey for Cnet.com and you've just been loaded.
Hey, guys, Brian Tong here and if you look and see the top adults in tech face-off, that you need to watch Cnet's prizefight, we'll throw touch screen phones in the ring, reignite the council wars, battle web browsers and more, so you can find it all at cnet.com/prizefight. And I’ll see there.
口译专员推荐—>口译训练软件IPTAM口译通
本帖最后由 知行合一 于 2011-10-23 12:27 编辑

改错
It's Wednesday, October 19th, 2011. I'm Bridget Carey on Cnet.com and it's time to get loaded.
Google unveiled the new Galaxy Nexus last night, along with Android 4.0 which goes by the codename Ice Cream Sandwich. No word on price, carrier or availability of the Galaxy Nexus yet, but the new Android operating system has several notable changes, such as instant talk-to- type and some camera improvements. The front camera can track eye movement, and rotate the image based on where the user looks. And if there're two people hovering over the front facing video track camera, it'll focus on the people who's talking. Also Android seems to have borrowed from the best of the competition, much like a Windows' phone, the new Android has people tiles, and a stream of social media updates and the people app. And much like HP's Wobble S, if you're done with the screen, you can just flick it away. But when you need change, you can unlock the screen using the front camera to detect your face. Let's just hope you don't have an evil twin.
You may find Apple stores closed for a few hours today while employees watch a memorial for the late Steve Jobs. The Wall Street Journal's reporting some Apple stores will close for at least an hour so employees can watch a live video feed of the Steve Jobs rememberance, taking place at the Coupontino headquarters today at 10am Pacific, 1pm Eastern. Apple has not made any official statement though about those store closures.
Google searches will now be more secure. If you sign into your Google account, by default, all web searches will be encrypted via a URL with HTTPS. If you don't have a Google account, or if you signed out, you can just merely type in the HTTPS in your URL to conduct a secure search, but of course once get to the destination, it's not gonna be secure anymore. Google already uses this with Gmail, and Facebook has the https option as well. So be sure to use it if you’re browsing through a public WiFi hotspot, as Google results are getting more personalized, you don't want  creeps snooping in on your info.
The PlaceStation Vita, Sony's newest 10 held gaming device will not be on sale on time for the holiday season. The Vita will be sold on February 22nd, and will cost $ 250 for a WiFi version and $300 for a version with 3G from AT&T. And it'll have a 5-inch touch screen Quad-core processors; there are dual cameras and a rear touch panel.
There's a new bird hatching over the Angry Birds game. At the Web 2.0 Tech Conference, game maker Rovio didn't say what kind of bird it would be, other than; it'll come out later this month. The game has 30 million users a day playing 300 minutes a day, and that’s after they spent zero dollars in marketing. Down the road, expect to see Angry Bird movie and a cook book. I bet there are some eggxellent recipes, sorry, I know, I'm a ham.
Those are your headlines for today, I'm Bridget Carey for Cnet.com and you've just been loaded.
Hey, guys, Brian Tong here and if you look and see the top adults in tech face-off, that you need to watch Cnet's prizefight, we'll throw touch screen phones in the ring, reignite the council wars, battle web browsers and more, so you can find it all at cnet.com/prizefight. And I’ll see there.
ham [C] (sl 俚) person who acts or performs badly 拙劣的表演者: He's a terrible ham. 他的表演糟透了
Homework
        It’s Wednesday, October 19, 2011, I’m Bridget Carey on CNET.com and it’s time to get loaded.
        Google unveiled the new Galaxy Nexus last night along with Android 4.0 which goes by the code name Ice Cream Sandwich. No word on price, carrier, or availability of the Galaxy Nexus yet, but the new Android operating system has several notable changes such as instant talk to type and some camera improvements. The front camera can track eye movement and rotate an image based on where the user looks, and if there are 2 people hovering over the front facing video chat camera, it will focus on the person who’s talking. Also, Android seems to have borrowed from the best of the competition. Much like a Windows phone, the new Android has people tiles and a stream of social media updates in the People app, and much like HPS’ webOS, if you’re done with the screen, you can just flick it away, but when you need change, you can unlock a screen using the front camera to detect your face. Let’s just hope you don’t have an evil twin.
        You may find Apple stores close for a few hours today while employees watch the memorial for the late Steve Jobs. The Wall Street Journal is reporting some Apple stores will close for at least an hour so employees can watch a live video feed of the Steve Jobs Remembrance taking place at the Cupertino headquarters today at 10:00 am Pacific 1:00pm Eastern. Apple has not made any official statement though about the store closures.
        Google searches will now be more secure. If you’re signing to your Google account by default, all web searches will be encrypted via a URL with https. If you don’t have a Google account or if you’re signed out, you could just mainly type in the https in your URL to conduct a secure search, but of course, once you get to the destination, it’s not gonna be secure anymore. Google already uses this with Gmail and Facebook has the https option as well. So, be sure to use it if you’re browsing through a public Wi-Fi hotspot. As Google results are getting more personalized, you don’t want creeps snipping in on your info.
        The PlayStation Vita, Sony’s newest handheld gaming device, will not be on sale on time for the holiday season. The Vita will be sold on February 22nd and will cost $ 250 for a Wi-Fi version and $300 for a version with 3G from AT&T. It will have a 5-inch touchscreen, quad-core processors, dual cameras and a rear touch panel.
        There’s a new bird hatching over at the Angry Birds game. At the Web 2.0 tech conference, game maker Rovio didn’t say what kind of bird it would be other than it’ll come out later this month. The game has 30 million users a day playing 300 minutes a day, and that’s after they spend $0 in marketing. Down the road, expect to see an Angry Birds movie and a cookbook. I bet there’s some eggcellent recipes. Sorry, I know. I’m a ham.
        Those are your headlines for today. I’m Bridget Carey for CNET.com, and you’ve just been loaded.
        Hey, guys, Brown Tom here, and if you’re looking to see the top dogs in tech faceoff, then you need to watch CNET’s Prizefight, we’ll throw touchscreen phones in the ring, reignite the console works, battle web browsers and more, so you can find it all at CNET.com/PrizeFight and I’ll see you there.
on nickylan:

HOMEWORK:
It’s Wednesday, October 19th, 2011, I’m Bridget Carey on CNET.COM and it’s time to get loaded.

Google unveiled the new Galaxy Nexus last night, along with Android 4.0 which goes by the codename Ice Cream Sandwich. No word on price, carrier or availability of the Galaxy Nexus yet, but the new Android operating system has several notable changes, such as instant talk to type and some camera improvements. The front camera can track eye movement, and rotate the image based on what the user looks. And if there are two people hovering over the front facing video track camera, it’ll focus on the people who’s talking. Also Android seems to have borrowed from the best of the competition, much like a windows’ phone, the new Android has people tiles, and a stream of social media updates in the people app. And much like HP's WebOS, if you’re done with the screen, you can just flick it away. But when you need change, you can unlock the screen using the front camera to detect your face. Let’s just hope you don’t have any evil twin.

You may find Apple stores closed for a few hours today while employees watched memorial for the late Steve Jobs. The Wall Street Journal’s reporting some Apple stores will close for at least an hour so employees can watch a live video feed of the Steve Jobs rememberance, taking place of the Cupertino headquarters today at 10:00am Pacific 1:00pm Eastern. Apple has not made any official statement though about those store closures.

Google searches will now be more secure. If you sign into your Google account, by default, all web searches will be encrypted via a url with https. If you don’t have a Google account, or if you signed out, you could just mainly type in the https in your url to conduct a secure search, but of course once you get to the destination, it’s not gonna be secure anymore. Google already uses this with Gmail, and Facebook has the https option as well. So be sure being use it if you’re browsing through a public wifi hot spot, as Google results are getting more personalized that you don’t want creeps snooping on your info.

The PlayStation Vita, Sony’s newest 10 hand-held gaming device will not be on sale on time for the holiday season. The Vita will be sold on February 22nd, and will cost $ 250 for a wifi version, and $300 for a version with 3G from AT&T. And it’ll have a 5 inch touch screen Quad core processors, dual cameras and a rear touch panel.

There’s a new bird hatching over at the Angry Birds game. At the Web 2.0 Tech Conference, game maker Rovio didn’t say what kind of bird it would be, other not, it’ll come out later this month. The game has 30 million users a day playing 300 minutes a day, and that’s after they spend zero dollars in marketing. Down the road, expect to see Agree Birds movie and a cook book. I bet there are some egg * recipes, sorry, I know, I’m a ham.

Those are your headlines for today, I’m Bridget Carey for CNET.COM and you’ve just been loaded.

Hey, guys, Brown Tom here, and if you’re looking to see the top dogs in tech face-off, then you need to watch CNET’s Prizefight, we’ll throw touch screen phones in the ring, reignite the console works, battle web browsers and more, so you can find it all at CNET.COM/PrizeFight and I’ll see you there.
Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish
实现无障碍英语沟通

[Homework]2011-10-23&10-29 Android4.0支持人脸解锁?

It's Wednesday, October 19, 2011. Google unveiled the New Galaxy Nexes last night along with Android 4.0 which goes by the codename Ice Cream Sandwich

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
普特听力大课堂
HW:
It's Wednesday,October 19th,2011,I'm Bridget Carey on cnet.com and it's time to get loaded.

Google unveiled the new galaxy nexus last night,along with android 4.0 which goes by the codename of icecream sandwich. No word on price,carrier or availability of the galaxy nexus yet,but the new android operating system has several notable changes such as instant talk to type and some camera improvements. The front camera can track eye movement and rotate the image based on where the user looks. And if there are two people hovering over the front-facing video chat camera,it'll focus on the person who's talking.Also android seems to have borrowed from the best of the competition. Much like a windows phone,the new android has people tiles,and a stream of social media updates in the people app. And much like hp's webos,if you are done with the screen,you can just flick it away. But what you need to change,you can unlock the screen,using the front camera to detect you face. Let's just hope you dont have an evil twin.

You may find apple's store closed for a few hours today while employees watched memorial for the late Steve Jobs,the wall street journal reporting some apple stores were closed for at least an hour,so employees could watch alive video feed of the Steve Jobs' remembrance,taking place at the CP headquarters today at 10:00 a.m pacific,1:00 p.m eastern. Apple has not made any official statement though about the store closures.

Google searches will now be more secure. If you sign into your google account by default,all web searches will be encrypted via a URL with https. If you dont have a google account or if you sign out,you could just merely type in the https in your URL to conduct a secure search,but ofc once you get to the destination it's not gonna be secure any more. Google already used this with the gmail and facebook has the https option as well. So be sure to use it if you are browsing through a public wifi hot spot. As google results are getting more personalized,you dont want creeps snooping on your info.

The play station vita,sony's newest handheld gaming device will not be on sale in time for the holiday season. The vita will be sold on February 22nd and will cost $250 for a wifi version and $300 for a version with 3g from AT&T. It'll have a 5 inch touch screen,quo-core processors,duo cameras and a real touch panel.

There's a new bird hatched over at the angry birds game. At the web 2.0 tech conference,game maker R didn't say what kind of bird it will be other than it will come out later this month. The game has 30 million users a day playing 300 minutes a day and that's after they spent 0 dollar in marketing. Down the road,expect to see angry bird movie and a cook book. I bet there's some egg / recipes. Sorry i know i'm a ham.

Those are your headlines for taday,i'm Bridget Carey for cnet.com and you've just been loaded.
好栏目推荐之美国口语俚语
Homework:

It’s Wednesday, October 19th, 2011. I’m Bridget Carey on CNET.COM and it’s time to get loaded.

Google unveiled the new Galaxy Nexus last night, along with Android 4.0 which goes by the codename Ice Cream Sandwich. No word on price, carrier or availability of the Galaxy Nexus yet, but the new Android operating system has several notable changes, such as instant talk to type and some camera improvements. The front camera can track eye movement, and rotate the image based on where the user looks. And if there are two people hovering over the front facing video track camera, it’ll focus on the people who’s talking. Also Android seems to have borrowed from the best of the competition, much like a windows’ phone, the new Android has people tiles, and a stream of social media updates in the people App. And much like HP's WebOS, if you’re done with the screen, you can just flick it away. But when you need change, you can unlock the screen using the front camera to detect your face. Let’s just hope you don’t have any evil twin.

You may find Apple stores closed for a few hours today while employees watched memorial for the late Steve Jobs. The Wall Street Journal’s reporting some Apple stores were closed for at least an hour so employees can watch a live video feed of the Steve Jobs rememberance, taking place at the Cupertino headquarters today at 10 am Pacific 1 pm Eastern. Apple has not made any official statement though about those store closures.

Google searchers will now be more secure. If you sign into your Google account, by default, all web searches will be encrypted via a url with https. If you don’t have a Google account, or if you signed out, you could just mainly type in the https in your URL to conduct a secure search. But of course once you get to the destination, it’s not gonna be secure anymore. Google already uses this with Gmail, and Facebook has the https option as well. So be sure to use it if you’re browsing through a public wifi hot spot, as Google results are getting more personalized, you don’t want creeps snooping on your info.

The PlayStation Vita, Sony’s newest handheld gaming device will not be on sale on time for the holiday season. The Vita will be sold on February 22nd, and will cost $250 for a wifi version, and $300 for a version with 3G from AT&T. It’ll have a 5 inch touch screen, quad-core processors, dual cameras and a rear touch panel.

There’s a new bird hatching over at the Angry Birds game. At the Web 2.0 Tech Conference, game maker Rovio didn’t say what kind of bird it would be other than it’ll come out later this month. The game has 30 million users a day playing 300 minutes a day, and that’s after they spend zero dollars in marketing. Down the road, expect to see Agree Birds movie and a cook book. I bet there are some egg-cellent recipes. Sorry, I know, I’m a ham.

Those are your headlines for today. I’m Bridget Carey for CNET.COM and you’ve just been loaded.

Hey, guys, Brown Tom here, and if you’re looking to see the top dogs in tech face-off, then you need to watch CNET’s Prizefight. We’ll throw touch screen phones in the ring, reignite the console wars, battle web browsers and more so you can find it all at CNET.COM/PrizeFight and I’ll see you there.

[Homework]2011-10-23&10-29 Android4.0支持人脸解锁?

It’s Wednesday, October 19th, 2011, I’m Bridget Carey on CNET.COM and it’s time to get loaded.

Google unveiled the new Galaxy Nexus last night, along with Android 4.0 which goes by the code name Ice Cream Sandwich. No word on price carrier or availability of the Galaxy Nexus yet, but the new Android operating system has several notable changes, such as instant talk to type and some camera improvements. The front camera can track eye movement, and rotate the image based on what the user looks. And if there’re two people hovering over the front facing video chat camera, it’ll focus on the people who are talking. Also Android seems to have borrowed from the best of the competition, much like a Windows  phone, the new Android has people tiles, and a stream of social media updates and the people app. And much like HP's webOS if you’re done with the screen, you can just flick it away. But when you need change, you can unlock the screen using the front camera to detect your face. Let’s just hope you don’t have an evil twin.

You may find Apple stores close for a few hours today while employees watched the memorial for the late Steve Jobs. The Wall Street Journal’s reporting some Apple stores will close for at least an hour so employees can watch a live video feed of the Steve Jobs Remembering, taking place of the Cupertino headquarters today at 10:00am Pacific, 1:00pm Eastern. Apple has not made any official statement though about those store closures.

Google searches will now be more secure. If you sign into your Google account, by default, all web searches will be encrypted via a URL with https. If you don’t have a Google account, or if you signed out, you could just mainly type in the https in your URL to conduct a secure search, but of course when she gets the destination, it’s not gonna be secure anymore. Google already uses this with Gmail, and Facebook has the https option as well. So be sure being use it if you’re browsing through public wifi hotspot, as Google results are getting more personalized that don’t want creeps snipping on your info.

The Place Station Vita, Sony’s newest 10 held gaming devices will not be on sale on time for the holiday season. The Vita will be sold on February 22nd, and will cost $250 for a wifi version and $300 for a version with 3G from AT&T. And it’ll have a 5 inch touch screen quad-core processors, dual cameras and a rear touch panel.

There’s a new bird hatching over the Angry Birds game. At the Web 2.0 Tech Conference, game maker Rovio didn’t say what kind of bird it would be, other than it’ll come out later this month. The game has 30 million users a day, playing 300 minutes a day, and that’s after they spend zero dollars in marketing. Down the road, expect to see Agree Birds movie and a cook book. I bet there’re some eggcellent recipes, sorry, I know, I’m a ham.

Those are your headlines for today, I’m Bridget Carey for CNET.COM and you’ve just been loaded.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
Homework

It’s Wednesday, October 19, 2011, I’m Bridget Carey on CNET.com, and it’s time to get loaded.

Google unveiled the new Galaxy Nexus last night long with Android 4.0 which goes by the code name Ice Cream Sandwich. No word on price, carrier or availability of the Galaxy Nexus yet, but the new Android operating system has several notable changes such as instant talk to type and some camera improvements. The front camera can track eye movement and rotate an image based on where the user looks, and if there are two people hovering over the front facing video chat camera, it will focus on the person who is talking. Also, Android seems to have borrowed from the best of the competition. Much like a Windows phone, the new Android has people tiles and a stream of social media updates in the people app, and much like HP’s webOS, if you are done with the screen, you could just flick it away, but when you need change, you can unlock a screen using the front camera to detect your face. Let’s just hope you don’t have an evil twin.

You may find Apple stores closed for a few hours today while employees watch the memorial for the late Steve Jobs. The Wall Street Journals is reporting some apple stores will close for at least an hour so employees can watch a live video feed of the Steve Job’s remembrance taking place at the Cupertino headquarters today at 10 a.m. Pacific 1.P.M. eastern. App has not made any official statement though about those store closures.

Google searches will now be more secure. If you are signing into your Google account by default, all web searches will be encrypted via a URL with https. If you don’t have a Google account or if you signed out, you could just mainly type in the https in your URL to conduct a secure search, but of course, once you get to the destination. It’s not gonna be secure anymore. Google already uses this with Gmail and Facebook has the https option as well. So, be sure to use it if you are browsing through a public Wi-Fi hotspot. As Google results are getting more personalized, you don’t want creeps snipping in on your info.

The PlayStation vita SONY’s newest handheld gaming device, will not be on sale on time for the holiday season. The Vita will be sold on Feb 22nd and will cost $250 for a Wi-Fi version and $300 for a version with 3G from AT&T. It will have a five-inch touch screen, quad-core processors, dual cameras and a rear touch panel.

There is a new bird hatching over at the Angry Birds game. At the web 2.0 tech conference, game maker Rovio didn’t say what kind of bird it would be other than it will come out later this month. The game has 30million users a day playing 300 minutes a day and that’s after they spend zero dollars in marketing. Down the road, expect to see an Angry Birds movie and a cookbook. I bet there is some eggcellent recipes? Sorry, I know. I’m a ham. Those are your headlines for today, I’m Bridget Carey for CNET.com and you have just been loaded.

Hey, guys, Brian Tom here, and if you are looking to see the top dogs in tech face-off, then you need to watch CNET’s prizefight. We will throw touch screen phones in the ring, reignite the console wars, battle web browsers and more, so you can find it all at CET.com/prizefight and I will see you there.
每天半小时 轻松提高英语口语
hw
google unveil the new galaxy nexus last night along with android 4.0 which goes by code name ice cream sandwidge no word on prise carrier or availability of the galaxy nexus yet but the new android operation system has several noticable change such as instant talk to type and some camera improvement the front camera can tract eye movement and rotate image base on where the user look and their two people hover over the front face video tract camera focus on the person you just talking also android seem to have borrow from the best to the competition much like window phone the new android have people tiles and stream up social media update and the people app and much like the hp swipe os if you dont want the screen you can just flick away but when you need change you can unlock the screen using the front camera to detect your face let just hope you dont have evil twin
you may find apple store closed for a few hour today while employee watch the memorial for the late steve job the wall street channel reporting some apple store will close for at least an hour some employee can watch a live video fleet of the steve job memrience taking place of the cobentino headquarter today at 10 am pacific 0100 pm mistern obvious not any media official statement through about the store closures
google searcher will now be more secure if you sign into your google account by default all web searcher will be in cripted via a URL with https if you dont have a google account or if you sign out you can just manual type in a https in your URL to contact a secure search but of course when you get to the destination its not gonna to be secure any more google already uses this with email and facebook have https option as well so be sure that if you browersing for the public wifi hot spot as google result are getting more personalize dont want cripts xxx on your in field using
playstation vita sony newest hand held gaming device will not be sale on time for the holiday season the vita will be sold on feburary 22 and will cost 250 dollar for wifi version and 300 dollar for version with 3g for at&t and will have 5 inch touch screen qua co processor dual camera and a rare touch panel
there is a new bird xxxx over at the angry bird game at web 2.0 tech conference game maker rovio didnt say what kind of birdy would be other xx come out later this month the game has 30 million user a day play 300 minutes a day and thats after they spend 0 dollar in marketing down the road expect to see angry bird movie and a cook book i bet there some egg excellent xxx sorry i know i am a ham...........
知道的不要全部倾吐,看到的不要都加评语,这样生活才可以安宁 Your mobile phone operator and your bank know much more about your life than your wife or husband does
HW
It's Wednesday, Octorber 19th, 2011. I'm Bridget Carey on CNET.com and it's time to get loaded.

Google unveiled the new Galaxy Nexus last night along with Android 4.0 which goes by the codename Ice Cream Sandwich. No word on price, carrier or availability of the Galaxy Nexus yet but the new Android operating system has several notable changes such as instant talk to type and some camera improvements. The front camera can track eye movement and rotate the image based on where the user looks. And if there are two people hovering over the front facing video chat camera, it will focus on the person who's talking. Also Android seems to have borrowed from the best of the competition. Much like a Windows phone, the new Android has people tiles and a stream of social media updates in the people app. And much like HP's webOS, if you are done with the screen, you could just flick it away, but when you need change, you can unlock a screen using the front camera to detect your face. Let's just hope you don't have an evil twin.

You may find Apple stores closed for a few hours today while employees watch the memorial for the late Steve Jobs. The Wall Street journal is reporting some Apple stores will close for at least an hour so employees can watch a live video feed of the Steve Jobs remembrance, taking place at the Cupertino headquarters today at 10am Pacific, 1pm Eastern. Apple has not made any official statement though about the store closures.

Google searches will now be more secure. If you sign into your Google account, by default, all web searches will be encrypted via a URL with https. If you don't have a Google account or if you're signed out, you could just mainly type in the https in your URL to conduct a secure search. But, of course, once you get to the destination, it's not going to be secure any more. Google already uses this with Gmail and Facebook has the https option as well. So be sure to use it if you are browsing through a public WiFi hotspot. As Google results are getting more personalized, you don't want creeps snipping in on your info.

The PlayStation Vita, Sony's newest handheld gaming device will not be on sale in time for the holiday season. The Vita will be sold on February 22nd and will cost $250 for a WiFi version, and $300 for a version with 3G from AT&T. It will have a 5-inch touch screen, Quad-core processors, dual cameras and a real touch pannel.

There is a new bird hatching over at the Angry Birds game. At the Web 2.0 tech conference, game maker Rovio didn't say what kind of bird it will be other than it will come out later this month. The game has 30 million users a day, playing 300 minutes a day and that's after they spend 0 dollars in marketing. Down the road, expect to see the Angry Birds movie and a cookbook. I beg there's some eggcellent recipes. Sorry, I know. I'm a ham.

Those are your headlines for today. I'm Bridget Carey for CNET.com and you've just been loaded.
口译专员推荐—>口译训练软件IPTAM口译通

[Homework]2011-10-23&10-29 Android4.0支持人脸解锁?

It's Wednesday, October 19, 2011. Google unveiled the New Galaxy Nexes last night along with Android 4.0 which goes by the codename Ice Cream Sandwich。No word on price, carrier or availability of the Galaxy Nexes yet, but the new Android operating system has several notable changes, such as instant talk to type and some camera improvements. The front camera can track eye movement and rotate the image based on where the user looks. And if there are 2 people hovering over the front-facing video track camera, it'll focus on the person who's talking. Also Android seems to have borrowed from the best of the competition, much like a Windows phone, the new Android has people tiles and a stream of social media updates and the people App. And much like HP's Web OS, if you're done with the screen, you can just flick it away. But when you need  change, you can unlock screen using the front camera to the detect your face. Let's just hope you don't have any evil twin.                                                   



This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
返回列表