Smartphones’ future

At its large Asian tour, Eric Schmidt regretted the delay of the India’s Internet connection. He would like to create a low-end smartphone for this country fond technologies.

Google: a smartphone 50 dollar project for India
The Indian market is a dream boss Google with a share of mobile Internet usage by 25%, while the world average is below 15%. The product range of the Nexus 4, available for $ 299 (about Rs 16,000) are rather reserved services and businesses. Population, Eric Schimdt, president of Google, spoke about the possible creation of a basic smartphone for $ 50 (2700 rupees). Unfortunately, this project will not for now.

India’s paradox

India provides one of the best specialists in computer science and technology. Eric Schmidt called on the government of the country to deploy broadband. Only 150 million Indians, about 1.2 billion, have access to the internet.

The influential head of Google considers “it crucial for India to invest in and develop the fast internet fiber connections (optical) throughout the country and between the country and abroad.” According to him, deploy Internet would be a key asset for India: “The past 10 years show that the most secure economic, social and political bet is on transparency. Where there is a free and open web, where there is the unbridled technological progress, where information can be disseminated and consumed freely, prosperous society, “he adds.

Tomorrow Eric Schmidt will visit Burma. Two years after the fall of the junta, he will try to seize business opportunities in telecommunications and the Internet.

Flying Mouse computer, watch without dial telephone Katana … The imagination of the designer Vadim Russian Kibardin has no limit. Here is our selection of his creations high tech most remarkable.

3D Phone: original phone designed for the film Target (Mishen) Alexander Zel’dovich, a concept obviously not intended for sale.
3D Phone: original phone designed for the film Target (Mishen) Alexander Zel’dovich, a concept obviously not intended for sale.

A design case for iPhone 4 / 4S / 5 high quality, made of aluminum. It is sold from $ 149 on its official website.
A design case for iPhone 4 / 4S / 5 high quality, made of aluminum. It is sold from $ 149 on its official website.
The hull of the iPhone package.
The hull of the iPhone package.
Freedom 2010: a prepaid phone calling cards supposed to replace. Kibardin received a “Red Dot Design Award” for this prototype. It is seeking partners for commercialization.
Freedom 2010: a prepaid phone calling cards supposed to replace. Kibardin received a “Red Dot Design Award” for this prototype. It is seeking partners for commercialization.
The Katanaphone: a phone for the cinema (Target-Alexander Zel’dovich) imagined shaped Katana. It is a concept which is not intended for sale.
The Katanaphone: a phone for the cinema (Target-Alexander Zel’dovich) imagined shaped Katana. It is a concept which is not intended for sale.
The design of Katanaphone
The design of Katanaphone
A photo Vadim Kibardin
A photo Vadim Kibardin
Laptop to very elegant design created for film and has a glass screen.
Laptop to very elegant design created for film and has a glass screen.
The design of the laptop.
The design of the laptop.

imagined for cinema (Target-Alexander Zel’dovich), here is an original watch without dial that would see marketed on a large scale. The small circles symbolize the needles.
imagined for cinema (Target-Alexander Zel’dovich), here is an original watch without dial that would see marketed on a large scale. The small circles symbolize the needles.
“The Bat”: This is a wireless mouse with a magnetic circuit allowing it to levitate (based on the physical principle whereby magnets of the same polarity repel each other).
“The Bat”: This is a wireless mouse with a magnetic circuit allowing it to levitate (based on the physical principle whereby magnets of the same polarity repel each other).
this mouse would fight against Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
this mouse would fight against Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
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Vadim Kibardin is a Russian designer based in Prague, Czech Republic. His inventions are varied and range from common items (lamps, clocks, chairs) to senior most advanced technology.

He works in particular for the Russian cinema and has won numerous awards. He was even named by some magazines as “one of the 40 designers who will change the world,” read on its website.

However, it does not create as movie props. Some of his unusual concepts are indeed destined to be marketed. Moreover you can purchase his creations via the online store on its official website.

We let you discover our selection of concepts in pictures the most prominent high tech. You can find other creations of prototypes and Vadim Kibardin on its website.

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