Windows Concept Phone


Transparent Windows Phone Concept

Now a new phone in the series of concept phone that is Transparent Windows phone this is the futuristic phone made to target future generation window phone. This phone is design by a very talented designer and this phone is the master piece of concept technology phone.

Transparent Windows phone

Transparent Windows Phone Concept designed as a thin, clear and transparent plastic sheet, which remains clear during all whether in sunny or in cold it become very transparent and very sleek. The user can write text messages or draw pictures on the surface of the phone according to different weather conditions which will later transform and show as SMS characters.

Transparent Windows phone

Transparent Windows Phone Concept has a quality that it can change itself according to the whether when it's sunny, the window phone looks very clear and when it's cold, the window phone becomes frosty. If the whether is raining, Transparent Windows phone looks like tiny droplets are all over the screen of the phone.

Transparent Windows phone

Transparent Windows Phone Concept is support all multimedia features including a good quality music player, bluetooth device that is connect very easily and a camera phone. This window phone also support all type of software that is normal used in to the multimedia phones.

Transparent Windows phone

David Turpin’s Concept Phones, the Future of Windows Mobile Smartphones

David Turpin became famous when he showed the world a couple of very innovative Windows Mobile concept phones, with sliding parts and virtual keypads. They looked like HTC material that would welcome Windows Mobile 7 on them and even Windows Vista on the most advanced UMPCs. This time, we’re dealing with concept devices designed for Velocity Mobile.


They can be checked out below and in the picture above, but my personal favorite is the one with the orange edges, packing a very cool virtual keyboard. These are the future of WM smartphones, specially now that Microsoft is moving on to a more finger-friendly approach. Too bad that there are no specs associated to these concept phones.



Most Popular Social Websites & Their Office


Have you ever wondered the office environment where the young and zealous engineers of Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, MySpace, Flickr, and LinkedIn work in? Today we present to you guys the awesome compilation of “Inside the Offices of the Top 6 Most Popular Social Websites

1. Facebook

With over 400 million registered users and more than 60 million status updates posted each day, Facebook is currently touted as the world’s most popular social networking website, beating arch-rival MySpace. The social networking juggernaut is co-founded by Mark Zuckerberg, Chris Hughes and Dustin Moskovitz, who were roommates and fellow computer science students at Harvard University.

Designed by the folks over at Studio O+A, the engineers at Facebook are now working in a really cool office located at Palo Alto, California, USA. Before the redesign and construction of the 150,000-square-foot office, each of every Facebook employees were consulted to find out what they wanted and what would their work experience better and more productive. Based from the photos taken below, the new office is indeed much more cozy and colorful. I personally love the DJ set and the bender on the wall!

2. YouTube

Acquired by search-engine giant Google in November 2006 for US$1.65 billion, YouTube is currently the world’s most popular video sharing website. On 9 June last year, YouTube video stream top a massive 1.2 billion in that single day. The video-sharing platform enables users to upload and share videos of different genres be it comedy, news broadcasts, music, etc. The YouTube headquarters is currently situated at San Bruno, CA, USA.

3. MySpace

Headquartered at Beverly Hills, California, USA, where it shares an office building with its immediate owner, Fox Interactive Media (owned by News Corporation), MySpace was once crowned as the world’s most popular social networking website but lost to Facebook, which has been experiencing ever-rising popularity in both Asia and Europe.

4. Twitter

Twitter is the world’s leading micro-blogging platform with over 54 million users, beating rival Plurk by a relatively huge margin. Twitter has recently moved into the sixth floor of 795 Folsom St., a 184,000-square-foot building, previously used by another social-networking firm, Bebo Inc., which is owned by AOL. Evan Williams’ wife Sara Morishige Williams was the brain behind the interior design of the 31,000 square foot office. So if you happened to past by the place, you can probably drop by and say ‘Hi’ to the Biz Stone, Evan Williams or Jack Dorsey, the co-founders of Twitter.

5. Flickr

Acquired by Yahoo! in March 2005 for an undisclosed fee, Flickr is one of the world’s largest and most popular image and video hosting website with over 3.6 billion images as of June 2009. Flickr is situated at 470 Sansome Street, San Francisco, USA.

6. LinkedIn

LinkedIn is a business-oriented social networking site founded in December 2002 and launched in May 2003 mainly used for professional networking. As of July 2009, it had more than 43 million registered users, spanning 170 industries. Its really cool office is located at Mountain View, CA, USA which is where the Googleplex (Google headquarters) is situated at.