Sunday, December 28, 2008

Run Windows On Iphone














Windows will run soon on the iPhone using Citrix Receiver, a remote screen software that connects to a PC and gives you the illusion you are running Microsoft's operating systems, including copy and paste functionality.

Why is this useful? It will give you the ability to run full Windows apps in your iPhone over the network. According to Citrix, you will have full Windows capability, including cut and paste inside Windows. And while this is not the first remote screen application available for the iPhone, it is the first one which is actually supported by a big company, which will make corporations happy.

Monday, December 22, 2008

XML IDUG contest

There are lots of XML programmer around the world because this is the fastest growing computer programming language on the earth and I think this is the best time for XML programmer because you will be very happy to know that there is an IDUG contest presently running where you stand a chance of winning some awesome prizes. For those of you who are not aware, IDUG stands for International DB2 Users Group, which according to their website is “… an independent, not-for-profit, user-run organization whose mission is to support and strengthen the information services community by providing the highest quality education and services designed to promote the effective utilization of the DB2 family of products.”The contest that IDUG has put on is for developers like students, professionals and hobbyists and is aimed at increasing their awareness and familiarity with XQuery, XML and DB2. The competition is split up into five contests and is designed for persons who have different skill levels. If you wish, you can enter one or all five of the contests. The breakdown of the contests is as follows:
Video Contest: Upload a video which is judged by the IDUG community. Prizes for this contest are awarded monthly.
Gadget Contest: Create a small widget or gadget which will be judged by the IDUG community. Prizes for this contest are awarded monthly.
XQuery Challenge: Answer a series of questions by developing queries in XQuery. All correct answers (answer and query structure) are entered to win larger prizes
Port an Application: Port an existing application to use XML, XQuery or DB2. This will be judged by a panel of judges.
Develop an application: Develop a brand new application using XML and/or XQuery. This will be judged by a panel of judges.
So why you are waiting here check their website http://www.XMLChallenge.com for more information regarding the contest & check the lots of prizes which you will win from the contest. So check it today because who knows that you are the winner of this contest!
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Transparent TFT for Temporary Tattoos















USC researchers have demonstrated a low-temperature (and therefore relatively inexpensive, apparently) process for printing transparent TFTs on flexible material able to bend up to 120 degrees which allows for embedding LED to build see-through displays. The prototype disc shown above is 5 inches in diameter and contains around 20,000 nanotube transistors. The researchers suggest the technology could be used for e-paper, smart tags, and artificial skin, as well as an affordable heads-up display that could be put into car windshields. Our suggestion? Couple it with transparent playing cards for the ultimate poker-cheating experience.

Bag TV: Integerated Tv On The Side



















BagTV is a new range of handbags that have an integrated TV on the side. The screen measures 7″ and is capable of displaying DVD movies and MP3 audio.

The attached media player accepts information from your PC like images, music and what not. Also an SD card slot it available to grab images and other media files that way. It has 2.5 hours of battery life.

7 colours are available to choose from, each costing £295.

Thursday, December 18, 2008

Affordable Surveillance Cameras

Now these days technology is come to every field and they are also come in the field of surveillance, all the surveillance system now these days using various types of technology for ensuring more and more safety. Today I saw a great website of alarmsystemstore.com where anyone can find great Surveillance Cameras for their business or home, I think they are very good for businesses because with the help of these cameras any businessman can avoid stolen, theft etc in the office, firm etc. this website provides good Surveillance Cameras in affordable price, so check it today and makes your business & home environment more safe.

Braille Polaroid Camera Concept












If you have ever lost use of a part of your body then you will be aware of the frustration it can cause. For some, this luxury of everything working never comes back. For the blind they do not have the ability to see which is another luxury. For this reason a cool Braille Polaroid Camera has been designed although unfortunately it seems like it’s still a concept at the moment.

This is simply an amazing idea where you can capture images with a camera and then have a printer instantly print out the image… but in Braille so that those who struggle to see can experience what you are seeing also.

The heightened sense of touch developed by blind people has been harnessed for the Braille Polaroid Camera. Although it has been designed to resemble most other cameras, the Braille Polaroid Camera contains a built-in Braille printer, which immediately prints the shot after the user presses the shot button.

The camera was designed by Son Seunghee, Lee Sukyung and Kim Hyunsoo and hopefully will be built in to a working product that can be sold.

Monday, October 27, 2008

Denser Chips & Disks With The Help Of Flying plasmonic lens system
















Last we heard, IBM was busy extending optical lithography down to 30-nanometers in order to keep Moore's Law intact, and some two years later, the process is still being honed by engineers at the University of California, Berkeley. Reportedly, gurus there with IQs far greater than ours have developed a new patterning technique (plasmonic nanolithography) that could make "current microprocessors more than 10 times smaller, but far more powerful." Additionally, professor Xiang Zhang asserts that this same technology could eventually "lead to ultra-high density disks that could hold 10 to 100 times more data than disks today." The secret to the madness is a flying plasmonic head, which is compared to the arm and stylus of an LP turntable; the setup enables researchers to "create line patterns only 80-nanometers wide at speeds up to 12-meters per second, with the potential for higher resolution detail in the near future." In layman's terms? That CPU you purchased last month will, in fact, be old hat in due time.

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Samsung Announced Pixon M8800













Samsung have announced that their Pixon M8800 is due out this month. The phone has an 8 megapixel camera to join the likes of LG and Sony Ericsson. Another feature it boasts is a touch-screen accelerator. Lets take a look at what all that means and what else it can do.

The Pixon M8800 is a very slim phone at just 15.5mm and the camera features that it packs in are just right for you not to need another separate camera in your pocket. The camera has autofocus, a flash, face/smile/blink detection, panoramic shooting, stabilisation making it on par with a similar spec point and shoot. The built in Assisted GPS on the phone also allows you to geo-tag your pictures so you know exactly where each shot was taken. When viewing images you can rotate the phone and the built in accelerometer rotates the screen to suit.

The touch-screen utilises Samsung’s TouchWiz operating system. The screen measures a fairly large 3.2 inches and is capable of displaying 16 million colours. Full HD viewing is supported which I assume is through the TV-Out port. Unfortunately there is no wi-fi, but you do get a 3G handset with 7.2Mbps HSDPA. Mobile phone networks are recently allowing for more data so wi-fi would be nice, but is not as essential as it was a year ago.

The phone has SRS Virtual Surround sound that is normally found in Samsung’s television sets. DivX support is provided so you watch movies on the go. A TV-Out port can also be found so you can hook it directly up to a TV.

Overall it looks like another great phone which supports a fantastic camera and multi media features.

Sunday, October 5, 2008

Asus Announces Eee PC With 160GB














Asus recently announced their 3.75G laptop which has built in 3G capabilities making it possible to go online pretty much anywhere. They have now announced another upgrade to their 900 series Eee which puts a massive 160Gb hard drive inside it.

The only problem now is choosing between better connectivity or more hard drive space. From my point of view I could live with the lower storage capacity if I could have the better connectivity that the 3.75G model offers.











The new Asus Eee PC is named the 900HA and is powered by an Intel Atom N270 processor. It has 3 USB 2.0 ports and a built in 1.3 megapixel camera.

The display is at the standard 8.9 inches for the 900 series which runs at a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels. On the connectivity side there is Wi-fi built in as well as a LAN port for those who prefer wired connections. Also there is support for both MMC and SD cards allowing you to more easily transfer your digital photos to the Eee PC.

The price of this little laptop is surprisingly cheap at $350 and for this price you also get Windows XP installed.

I am still in favour of the 3.75G model though as I easily prefer better web connectivity to hard drive space. If only they could create an Asus Eee PC 901HA so we could have both the extreme amount of storage space and tons of connectivity. Oh well… maybe the next announcement will tell us just that.

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Comodo Trusted Internet

Now we lived in the world where technologically everything is and due to this each and every thing now connected to the computers through online, even they are an organization or home due to this security is becomes more important to everyone’s. In recent years many of the businesses organization throughout the world give much concern to the internet security and avoiding intruders and hackers from their network.
Those who lived in the web based business specially (e-commerce site owners) know the importance of internet security and know the term of SSL. Basically SSL is a term known as secure socket layers they are digital certificates uses by different website around the world for more security & securing from site from hackers.
If you are also a website owner and wants digital certificates/ SSL for their site for more security I recommend checking the website of Comodo.com which is the world most reputed company for providing internet security solutions for home/ Business Users and making the world more secure through their Trusted Internet solution which is now come through SSL digital certifications. Comodo is also well known for their internet security software like award wining Firewall and Antivirus Software you can also check these software for making your computer is virus & intruders free.

Friday, September 26, 2008

Touch UI: BlackBerry Storm's












We've seen some of the BlackBerry Storm's older UI in blurry shots and videos, but it's obviously gotten a recent facelift—especially the keyboard, which used to look absolutely gross. Storm Reviews has a load of pics of the freshest UI off of Vodaphone's version, and it looks pretty good, though I find the italics for the keyboard font to be oddly annoying.

Monday, August 11, 2008

Projector For Your iphone / ipod
















Imagine watching your iPhone content on a large screen. The new QingBar MP101 projector for your iPhone and iPod lets you project your content from 15 to 27 inches with 640 x 480 resolution and in 4:3 aspect ratio.

The QingBar MP101 projector measures 76*102*54 mm(L*W*H) and features 2W stereo speakers, a mini AV jack, 5W LED Lamp source, lamp life of 20,000 hrs, contrast ratio of 200:1 and ANSI / 10-15 lumens of brightness.

The QingBar MP101 projector further expands the platform for smaller multimedia devices.

Not much has been revealed about the QingBar MP101 projector. There has been no word on the pricing and availability. Without speculating much lets wait and watch.

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Samsung Omnia i900 Coming Soon

















The Omnia is the latest challenge for the iPhone. It is built by Samsung and is also known as the Samsung i900. Lets take a look at what it does.

The Samsung Omnia is an advanced mobile phone which has a ton of features packed in. It measures just 12.5mm in depth and has a large touch-screen on the front of the device which has a resolution of 240 x 400 pixels (3.2 inches in size). This allows for portrait or landscape viewing of images, movies, websites and other applications which benefit from a large screen. The exterior of the phone is a sleek black gloss in finish making the mixture of large screen and phone look cool to carry around.

The web browser is powered by Opera 9.5 which makes browsing a lot easier due to the functions built in unlike Windows Mobile which never seem to make IE good enough to want to use over a long period of time. However, the phone is powered by Windows Mobile 6.1 allowing you to make use of the more common applications such as Word, Excel and other various MS Office applications.

On the connectivity and functions side it has A-GPS for satellite navigation. ‘A’ means assisted which makes use of either 3G or a wireless connection to help speed up that first fix time when you switch it on. Navigation software is not included, but this does mean that you can install your favourite application, or use a free one such as Google Maps which works very well as a mapping piece of software. Applications built in include Google Search and GMail response allowing for you to check emails on the go from an application rather then a web page.

Memory wise there is a huge 16GB place to store all your music, videos etc… which is one of the larger memory capacities I have seen on a mobile phone. The Omnia does have a 5 mega pixel camera allowing it to take up a fair few meg per picture. If you do want more variety of music then attach the headphones and tune in to your favourite radio station as this phone can also pick up radio signals making it feature packed.

It seems like Samsung have got it right with the Omnia i900. It has every thing that a fully fledged user might want from a standard phone to a web browser and on to a satellite navigation device. It doesn’t have a keyboard, but it does have a large touch screen which when rotated side ways you can pop up a full QWERTY keyboard on to the screen much like the iPhone has. To help the phone feel more like a regular keyboard the phone gives feedback for every key pressed in the form of vibration helping you to type more comfortably.

By having all the connectivity built in that you could dream of, you should never have a problem getting some kind of signal weather it be using data at speeds of 7.2Mbps, or wifi at what ever speed available there. You should never be left with out a connection to the web and outside world. With the mixture of GPS and Google Search you also get location based searching. Stand in your current spot and search for a restaurant and you will see in the search results the closest restaurants to you with the phone numbers also.

I have to say that the i900 is one serious phone and well worth looking in to as an alternative to the Apple iPhone.

Saturday, August 2, 2008

Nippon Revealed Pocket Sized Mini Projector















Nippon Signal has revealed its new entrant into the color projector size war, showing off a SVGA 800 x 600 resolution color projector that's roughly the size of a cigarette case at a recent micromachines exhibition. The prototype, which measures a tiny 90 x 55 x 20mm, uses a MEMS scanner to project images, rather than the more traditional LED.

The projector reaches its small size in part by using proprietary optical parts, including a prism lens exclusively made for it. Nippon Signal also swapped a diode pumping solid state (DPSS) laser for a much tinier semiconductor laser to display greens, reduced the dimensions of the MEMS scanner and optimized the layout to fit within its lilliputian confines. As you can see, the image quality is passable—not even close to movie theater quality, but colors are bright and the resolution is good enough for, say, an impromptu Power Point presentation.


















No word on when this will be available to the masses, but Nippon Signal says it plans on commercializing the prototype soon.

Friday, July 25, 2008

Fingernail Display Watch















A number of fancy watches have been displayed on the pages of Gadget Guruz. Usually they are binary type watches from Tokyo Flash, or ultra expensive watches. This latest watch is a concept idea that embeds on your fingernail. The TX54 is translucent and sits on the surface of your fingernail and displays the time in a range of 3 or 4 colours. The time is only displayed when the device is active and at all other times the watch blends right in to your fingernail so it appears to not even be there. At the edge of the nail can be found a thumb control allowing you to switch between modes on the watch. Although the features of this watch are basic in that it does time and date only, I think it would be cool to have an actual OLED type display there so you can flick through thumbnail’s of images literally on your thumbnail.

The TX54 was designed for a competition which Timex and Core77 are running. The competition commemorates 150 years of timex watches.

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Sony Ericsson: W902, W595 and W302 Phones Unveiled


















Sony Ericsson celebrates the third birthday of its Walkman phones by extending the very popular mobile phone series with the launch of three new music phones, called W902, W595 and W302.

According to Ben Padley, Head of the Music Category at Sony Ericsson, “With this latest range of phones and accessories, we are offering high quality sound and a rich feature set that cements our position as a leader in the music phone category. We are pushing the boundaries of what people think is possible and are offering best-in-class sound quality and our most exciting Walkman phones to date.”

There are many features that are exclusive to these three mobile phones, making them stand out from the rest. The common attributes include Photo fix, Picture blogging, PictBridge printing, video recording, Walkman player, PlayNow, TrackID, FM radio, 3D games, Java, video viewing, and Bluetooth technology. Some of the other functions are USB support, speakerphone, predictive text input, sound recorder, wallpaper animation, navigation key, modem and synchronization.

The new Walkman phones also support e-mail, and Bluetooth Stereo functionalities. All the phones are GSM/GPRS/EDGE enabled. However, the W902 and W595 handsets are UMTS/HSDPA 2100 compliant.

Both the W902 and W595 phones share a few common features that are not found in W302. These features include a 2.2-inch 262,144 colour TFT screen with 240×320 pixels resolution, BestPic, Photo feeds, x-Pict Story, Shake control, Album art, SensMe, Access NetFront Web browser, Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync, and Stereo Portable Handsfree, Media Manager.

Coming to the individual features of all the Walkman phones, the W302 handset that weighs 78 grams sports 2 megapixel camera with 2.5x digital zoom, 2-inch 262,144 colour TFT screen with a resolution of 176×220 pixels, up to 20MB on-board memory Stick Micro with 512 MB Memory Stick Micro.

At just 99.8 grams, the W902 phone is sports a 5 megapixel camera with auto-focus, up to 16x digital zoom, image and video stabilizer, Google Maps, Geo tagging of photos, up to 25MB internal Memory Stick Micro support with 8GB Memory Stick Micro.

In the W595 slider mobile phone (weighing 104 grams), users will find 3.2 megapixel camera, up to 2.5x digital zoom, up to 40MB internal Memory Stick Micro with 2 GB Memory Stick Micro.

Measuring 100 x 46 x 10.5 mm, the W302 Walkman phone delivers upto 7 hours of talktime, video call time of up to 2 hrs 30 min and music time of up to 25 hours. The W595 that measures 100 x 47 x 14 mm also provides similar working hours as that of the W905.

Expected to roll out by fourth quarter of 2008, all the three Sony Ericsson Walkman phones promise to redefine music entertainment. The W305 shines in midnight black and sparkling white colors, whereas the W902 comes in volcanic black, wine red and earth green finish; and the W595 is available in active blue, cosmopolitan white, jungle grey and lava black.

Price of the latest Walkman phones has not been disclosed yet.

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

WaMu Savings Accounts

Now you can open individual as well as joint account in the financial institution with the help of internet this procedure is very easy as well as fast. You will need only to type in your personal details and a checking account that will be linked to your new Savings Account.More... Wamu has many savings services they offer their customers and we would like to spread the word throughout the internet and make more people aware of Washington Mutual (WaMu) services.

You also can get a WaMu Savings Account or certificate of deposit (CD) to reach your savings goals. You can easily Find the best savings account or certificate of deposit for you, and choose between online savings, statement savings, traditional CD, online CD, and liquid CD. Check it out below.

Savings Accounts are, for some of us, the most important financial background and security, high interest saving accounts can prove to be a very wise choice when selecting an account.

The high interest Savings Account can supply a wise investor with a very nice profit in the end of a long term investment, this is particularly true when talking about the small investors that are looking for a reliable plan to put their money in and hopefully make a little more by getting a reasonable interest rate.

Their basic products are Checking Accounts, Savings Accounts, Money Market accounts ,c.cards ,so get to them and avail their world class service.
And if you are looking for home loan or home equity loan you can visit them. So get a Savings Account today.

http://www.wamu.com/personal/savings_account/online_savings_account/default.asp

PolyFuel Cell Power For Laptops













Fuel Cell technology is fascinating as it has potential to provide around 10 times more power than a Lithium Ion battery. Not only can it power it for a fair few hours, the fuel can also be topped up and power to the laptop be supplied on demand. This prevents the need of several hours of charging before a long journey.

PolyFuel are a company based in California who have created a new prototype which converts methanol fuel to electricity. The fuel cell is about the size of a deck of cards and can supply power to a trial Lenovo T40 ThinkPad. Fuel Cell technology is one thing that I cannot wait to see built standard in to laptops. Hopefully PolyFuel have taken it one step closer.

Samasung TL8: With Dual Analog Gauges

















The TL9 is a camera built by Samsung which also is capable of MP3 playback and PMP functionality. The most unique feature of this camera has to be the dual analog gauges which represent battery life and memory usage. The analog features add a different touch to this camera and sets it aside from other cameras a little. Analog gauges are not ground breaking technology, but with them being visible all the time it’s easy to see what your camera has left in it.

The camera has a 10 megapixel CCD, a 5 x optical zoom lens and Dual Image Stabilization. The camera achieves stable images by using two advanced methods. The first is named OIS meaning “optical image stabilization” and DIS meaning “digital image stabilization”. Mixed together a clean image can be captured each time.

The screen, which can also display movies, measures 2.7 inch allowing for clear viewing of either a picture being taken or the movies you are watching. One last really funky feature I want to mention is the Smile Shot feature which scans for smiles on peoples faces. It will not take the picture till everyone’s teeth are shining brightly! Also blink protection which doesn’t take a picture if someone is blinking can be found in this camera.

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Nokia N95 8GB Review

Many of you familiar with various latest cell phones which going good now these days in the market because of their latest technology.. And regarding this nokia made really awesome mobile phone/ smart phone called N95. Nokia N95 is a revolutionary device which provides all sorts of technology from entertainment to phone. Basically this phone is mainly focuses on the camera feature their great 5 mega pixel camera provides Cristal clear picture quality with Handy cam type video recording.

This slider phones slide function is very useful because it reduces the unwanted space from the mobile phone and compact the size for more comfort. The mobile having fully dedicated keys for media player control.

I like one thing in this phone that their large 2.8" QVGA screen which supports 16 millions colors for providing real picture quality for better visual experience.

This mobile phone is great gadget for those who wants phone for entertainment purpose like watching videos, listening music, browsing the web etc because this phone having a good media player for listening music and watching videos with great quality of visual and audio experience with 3.5mm audio jack and universal USB port for mind free data transfer from anywhere

. For your undiscontinued entertainment Nokia N95 8GB having lots of inbuilt storage capability up to 8 GB where you can store your stuff like- music files, photos, documents etc without any worry of memory capacity.

Those who love browsing I think this phone is for you. Because they have the advanced network technologies like 3g, 2g and wifi which enables you listening live streaming radio stations and online videos etc. you can connect your phone through wifi when you are in Hotspot zone and access high sped internet without any interruption. The phone also has in built GPS for navigation and access Maps of your city this feature is really helpful for those who are travelers. In last this phone having all sorts of technology and in my words this is complete smart phone! Those who really in need of a smart phone go fit it. Hope this Nokia N95 8GB Review is really helps you in finding a good phone.

Check features of Nokia N95 8gb

General

2G NETWORK

GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900

3G Network

HSDPA 2100


HSDPA 850 / 1900 - US version

Announced

2007, August

Status

Available. Released 2007, October

Size

Dimensions

99 x 53 x 21 mm, 96 cc

Weight

128 g

Display

Type

TFT, 16M colors

Size

240 x 320 pixels, 2.8 inches

Ringtones

Type

Polyphonic (64 channels), Monophonic, True Tones, MP3

Customization

Download

Vibration

Yes

Memory

Phonebook

Practically unlimited entries and fields, Photocall

Call records

Detailed, max 30 days

Card slot

No


- Accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate
- 8 GB internal memory
- 128 MB SDRAM memory
- Dual ARM 11 332 MHz CPU
- 3D Graphics HW Accelerator

Data

GPRS

Class 32, 107 / 64.2 kbps

HSCSD

Yes

EDGE

Class 32, 296 kbps; DTM Class 11, 177 kbps

3G

HSDPA

WLAN

Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g, UPnP technology

Bluetooth

Yes, v2.0 with A2DP

Infrared port

Yes

USB

Yes, v2.0 miniUSB

Features

OS

Symbian OS 9.2, S60 rel. 3.1

Messaging

SMS, MMS, Email, Instant Messaging

Browser

WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML

Games

Downloadable, order now

Colors

Black

Camera

5 MP, 2592 x 1944 pixels, Carl Zeiss optics, autofocus, video(VGA 30fps), flash; secondary CIF videocall camera


- Built-in GPS receiver
- A-GPS function
- Installed Maps application covering over 100 countries
- Dual slide design
- Java MIDP 2.0
- MP3/AAC/AAC+/eAAC+/WMA player
- 3.5 mm audio output jack
- TV out
- Stereo FM Radio
- Organizer
- Office document viewer
- T9
- Push to talk
- Voice dial/memo
- Built-in handsfree

Battery


Standard battery, Li-Ion 1200mAH (BL-6F)

Stand-by

Up to 280 h

Talk time

Up to 6 h

Water-Powered Bedol Wall Wave Clock
















If you're all about the environment, you probably have a hybrid car, monitor your power use, and recycle your detritus. But if you still have a power-guzzling alarm clock that plugs into the wall, for shame, you glutton! Fear not, though -- the eco-friendly, water-powered Bedol Wall Wave Clock is here to save the day. Powered by electrodes immersed in water that extract energy from compound particles, this thirsty clock won't be available until Augst 15, 2008.

Disposable Cellphone


















BIC are well known for their disposable type products such as pens and razors. They are now venturing in to another arena by creating a disposable mobile phone. BIC have teamed up with Orange in France to launch the disposable phone which will come with 1 hour of free calls which can be topped up if needed by purchasing Mobicarte pre-pay airtime cards. The phone has no real advanced features and simply acts as a phone and text messaging device which can be picked up for about €49 in France when it is launched on 7th August.

Activation of the phone built by Alcatel is simple as it has the SIM card already inserted. The phone number is also provided in the box should you wish to hand it out to anyone.

One thing I hope they do get right is that if the phone is intended to be chucked away after use, that it goes to someone or some country that could benefit. For me, I would rather pay a few pounds more and get a phone I intend to keep. For some reason I just have a vision of a bathroom cabinet full of disposable orange mobile phones along size the BIC razors.

Friday, July 11, 2008

Low Rates At Zenni Optical





Finding an affordable Incredible Stylish New Frames from Zenni is not hard work. Because zenni optical offers cheap & affordable range of large products and that the main reason Zenni Optical was on FOX news! zenni optical believes in direct selling to the customer and that the result Zenni Optical $ 8 Rx Eyeglasses in an unbelievable price tag. You can check lots of products like- Prescription Glasses, frames, with single vision lens, sunsensor (photo chromic) lens, tinted sunglasses lens, bifocal lens and progressive lens in very low prices comparatively to others store.

Inside Iphone 3G















Over in Auckland the ifixit team were getting their hands on the new iPhone 3G. They would be one of the first in the world due to the timezone of Auckland, to get their hands on this phone. Right after the launch they decided it was time to pull the thing apart.

The whole process starts with the removal of the SIM card which the iPhone comes with a special paper clip type SIM removal tool. Inside they found a number of changes compared to last years iPhone. These changes include a battery that’s not soldered to the iPhone, a glass screen that can be removed (with a number of screws) rather then peeling off the glue which made replacements more expensive. This is of course, good news for those of you who drop your iPhones and smash the screens. No GPS chip has been found as yet, although ifixit did comment that it would probably be bundled in elsewhere with another chip somewhere. No doubt these finer details will be available soon.


Thursday, July 10, 2008

Kodak Zi6 Pocket Video Camera










Kodak announces its new stylish Zi6 Pocket Video Camera. Kodak Zi6 makes it easy and enjoyable to shoot and share high quality videos instantly. Due to its small size Zi6 can be easily carried in your pockets or purse.

The Kodak Zi6 Pocket Video Camera lets you capture HD quality video with its 720p HD video capture. It features a large 2.4-inch LCD screen, easy-to-use software, 720p at 60 fps, aspect ratio of 16:9, SD/SDHC card slot up to 32 GB, a software CD to edit, add and share your files and allows slow motion playback.

The Zi6 Pocket Video Camera lets you directly upload videos to YouTube with its built-in USB and software. It is also equipped with powerful video editing software.

“Today’s connected consumers increasingly turn to video to express themselves and connect with others. The KODAK Zi6 Pocket Video Camera satisfies their thirst for an HD video camera that is simple to use and can go anywhere life takes them,” said John Blake, General Manager Digital Capture and Devices, Vice President, Eastman Kodak Company. “With the launch of the Zi6 Pocket Video Camera, consumers now have a high-quality solution from the trusted brand in digital imaging.”

The Zi6 is accompanied with goodies like Kodak 2GB and 4GB High Performance memory cards, 4 AA pre-charged Ni-MH batteries, Kodak camera bags, 1-hour battery charger and Kodak tripods.


Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Cheap Prescription Glasses



zennioptical.com I think is a great place for those who are looking for affordable prescription sunglasses! Not only prescription sunglasses you can also find frames, with single vision lens, sunsensor (potochromic)lens, tinted suglasses lens, bifocal lens and progressive lens in very cheap rates. The reason behind this rates that the site of zenni optical belive in direct selling to customer without any middleman. So check this site for more products relating to eye wears.

Folding Back Pack Bike














A new concept idea has recently been unveiled which shows a folding bike that can double up as a back pack. The flimsy looking bike weighs just 5.5 KG and is 60cm in length.

Not only does this bike/bag act as a back pack and bike, the whole thing can be used as a handcart too for carting around. Features on the bike are to include a headlight, back light and turning signals. For me, it just looks a tad too flimsy and I’d be worried about being knocked off in the wind.

The bike is just concept at the moment, so the 60cm in length and 5.5 kilos are more likely to be estimates of what they want to achieve with this. Would you take it out for a spin?

Wherever TV


















Not only is this thing powered by Neuros, it even resembles the Neuros OSD. Announced today at the SINO Consumer Electronics Show, the brashly named WhereverTV acts as a liaison between your internet-connected PC and TV, delivering "hundreds of live international television channels in more than 40 languages from almost 100 countries around the world." The 5- x 5- x 1-inch box must be simultaneously connected to your router and TV, and once the tele is flipped on, you'll be able to browse, manage and stream scads of international TV channels from wherever you are in the world.

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

LG viewty

If you are looking for some great phone which having all sorts of advanced features I recommend to check LG viewty because this smart mobile phone integrated with the most advanced technology. This is a complete smart phone which I think everyone to owe.
You can check The Whole Features of LG Viewty

Feature Specification
Form factor Candy bar
Operating System LG Proprietary OS, with Flash UI
Network HSDPA, GPRS, EDGE, GSM 900/1800/1900, WCDMA 2100
Dimensions 103.5 x 54.4 x 14.8 mm
Weight 112 g
Display 262K colour TFT touchscreen, 3", 240 x 400 pixels (Dot pitch: 0.1634mm) with Mobile XD Engine
Camera Frontal VGA video call and rear 5.0 Megapixels camera with Schneider Kreuznach optics, Xenon Flash, AF, MF, Image Stabilizer, ISO 800, Smart light
Video recording VGA (640x480) video capture of up to 30 fps, QVGA (320x240) up to 120fps for slow motion playback.
Ringtone MP3, AAC, WMA files and AMR voice, 72-chord/voice polyphonic
Internal Memory 90 MB
Memory card slot Support up to 2GB microSD
Email SMTP, POP3, IMAP4 (SSL is not supported), and APOP
Bluetooth 2.0 + A2DP
Data cable support USB 2.0
Radio Stereo FM Radio with RDS
Audio Player AAC, eAAC, MP3, WMA
Video Player 3GP, MPEG4, Divx, WMV, AVI, H.263, H.264
Battery LGIP-580A (1000 mAh)
Talk time up to 200 min (WCDMA), up to 160 min (GSM)
Standby time up to 330 hours (WCDMA), up to 270 hours (GSM)
Additional Google Services (includes YouTube, Google Map, Gmail, Blogger and Google Search), Handwriting Recognition/Handwriting Editing, DivX mobile profile, TV out, Document viewer

LG Viewty Review

In my opinion LG Veiwty is not just a mobile phone because this smart mobile phone fulfills all kinds of your needs from entertainment to communicate.

This mobile phone having an advanced 3” full touches display for more comfortable as well as user-friendly experience. The mobile equipped with Schneider Kreuznach lens with 5 mega pixel camera for providing professional photography experience to the mobile user with great crispy picture quality for capturing precious moments as well as videos with their advanced 120fps fast video recording In just one touch! And you can quickly share your pictures, music, videos, documents with your friends though fast 3G internet access. You can listen great music quality through this phone because this mobile phone supports all media type for listening as well as watching movies like- MP3/MPEG4/WMV/AAC/DivX player. The mobile phone having 90mb of internal memory for your phone book/ messages etc and having an slot for extra memory. The phone is also good for game lovers because you find Great gaming experience while playing the game one the phone. The phone battery is Li-Ion 1000 mAh gives 4hr of talk time with 450hrs of stand-by. So if you really like this phone and looking for some LG Viewty deals check the site of dialtosave.co.uk where you find this gadget with some great offers.

Pocket Shower
















I can’t say I have ever thought about carrying a shower around in my pocket before, but I learned today that this is now possible with a Pocket Sized shower. What this little shower allows you to do is keep clean where ever you are. All you need is a tree or similar object to hang it from and your laughing.

The pocket shower comes in a small bag rolled up and once unrolled it can store 10 litres of water in there. 10 litres provides enough water for a 7 minute shower which for most people is adequate. If you are worried about the water being too cold then do not fear. The casing of the pocket shower is designed in such a way that it absorbs sun light and uses the heat generated to warm up the water above that chilling point. Although I doubt you will see a very hot shower with this, at least you can stay clean while out at a festival.

Hasselblad 50 MP camera














When 5 - 12 megapixels on a camera are not enough you might want to consider buying the new Hasselblad 50 megapixel camera. The H3DII-50 boasts the worlds largest sensor. The sensor it’s self measures 36×48mm and is built by Kodak.

Due to the amount of data this camera captures, it can record at 1 frame per second and files sizes per picture would be in the 300 Meg range. On the back of the camera you find a 3″ display, a CCD cooling sink as well as optional GPS accessories and media cards. The camera can shoot at ISO ranges of 50 to 400.

Price wise, you need to have a fairly healthy bank account as the cost is an estimated $35k+ for this beast as the previous versions (H3DII-39) cost over $35k.

Obviously a camera built for specialist use as I wouldn’t expect a friend to whip one of these out at a local party.

Prescription Glasses Online



If you are looking for high end sunglasses for some style or fun care of your eyes in cheap prices I recommends to check the amazing deal at this website called zennioptical.com this website sells prescription stylish glasses online without the help of any middlemen directly to the customer, that the reason is these sunglasses you find in very reasonable prices. On their website you can find wide variety like frames, with single vision lens, sunsensor (potochromic)lens, tinted suglasses lens, bifocal lens and progressive lens with amazing sunglasses. So check this site for your style as well as for eye care.

Friday, July 4, 2008

$500 Drops On Macbook Air











The super slim laptop named the Macbook Air is about to have it’s cost super slimmed down too… by a whole $500 USD. That’s not a bad saving on the fairly expensive Air.

The Macbook Air built and sold by Apple has dropped from the hefty price tag of $3098 down to $2598 which is still a hefty price tag, but still is a massive saving. The price cuts come because of a slash in price of two of the expensive components which are the upgraded Intel Core 2 Duo processor which dropped from $200 to $100 and the flash memory upgrade which was adding $999 to the cost. That flash memory upgrade costs now $599 which is the final $400 saving.

No doubt, prices will continue to drop over the coming months as it becomes cheaper to buy parts and as new laptops with more powerful processing power come available. With a nice $500 drop for the top spec I don’t expect to see savings to that scale for a while though.

Thursday, July 3, 2008

Concept: Gesture-Based Remote Looks Cool



















Jason Kline's gesture-based remote looks cool, but might not be practical for everyday usage. You adjust the volume with the left knob and the channel with the right, but there's no place to enter in buttons. It does allow you to keep going with the knob turning concept of old time TVs while still allowing you to be lazy on the couch. Not that we'd ever use it, but it might be a decent concept for octogenarians who still miss the old days.

Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Dungeon Runners

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Now these days the Pimp Your Gnome contest is going on! For celebrating the release of dungeon runners game. On this game contest peoples can create their own gnome creations! You can also buy a copy of the game through best buy gift card, I think this is very exciting moment for game lovers to enter in this contest!


All you have to do is to bling up / dress up your own store-bought gnome with materials, such as a pimp hat, jewels or anything you fancy. Or you can also dress yourself up as a Bling Gnome. Next, you have to take shots of yourself as the Bling Gnome or your ornamental pimp daddy Bling Gnome. Please make sure that the pictures are taken from at least two sides. Extra points will be given to you if you post pictures with people admiring the gnome in a public place like a mall. Selected pictures will even make it onto BlingGnome.com.

So what exactly is a Bling Gnome? It literally means a bling up elf or goblin with super powers. In the online video game, the Bling Gnome runs around as you play picking up all the gold dropped from the villain you eliminate while playing this game, which can be downloaded FREE from dungeonrunners.com. The Bling Gnome also has the ability to pick up most items that aren’t rare, eat them and then poops them out as gold instantly in a gassy display from its rear end, no matter what game map the player is occupying. you can check the website of BlingGnome.com. for more information about game downloads and subscriptions to enter in the contest. if you have any doubt you can also contact from their website and ask !
Sponsored by Dungeon Runners