Photos: iPad accessories, Android apps for business and Sony's S1 and S2 tablets

Photos: iPad accessories, Android apps for business and Sony's S1 and S2 tablets

Summary: Photos of the month - July 2011


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  • apple MacBook air

    iPads may be all the rage, but Apple hasn't left behind its Mac heritage with July seeing the launch of updated MacBook Airs.

    Apple unveiled the laptops - one 11-inch, one 13-inch - with new Intel Sandy Bridge CPU options, a data port for high-speed Thunderbolt peripherals and backlit keyboards.

    For a closer look at the laptops, see Apple's two new MacBook Air laptops.

    Photo: CNET

  • Renault Frendzy rear interior seats down

    With all of the buzz around tablet computing at the moment, car maker Renault has jumped on the bandwagon by integrating a BlackBerry Playbook tablet with its latest concept car.

    The Frendzy is designed to combine work with play and can be used as a delivery van or be converted to seat more people for more family-focused activities. It integrates a PlayBook so users can keep up to date with work using the device and also control the rather nifty video screen on the side of the car, as seen above.

    To find out the other clever ways in which the car makes use of technology, take a look at Renault Frendzy - the concept car for both work and PlayBook.

    Photo: Renault

  • 3D chocolate printer

    Hardware of a very different stripe made our photo stories with the news that the University of Exeter has created a machine that can print 3D objects - like the one above - in chocolate.

    The University's research team initially found chocolate a difficult medium to work with as it requires precise heating and cooling cycles that had to be integrated with flow rates for the 3D printing process. However, they successfully developed a temperature control system that enables chocolate to be printed by the machine.

    To find out how it works, see Come in Willy Wonka, your time is up - meet the printer that prints in chocolate.

    Photo: David Martin/EPSRC

Topics: Apps, Software Development

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