Monday, April 21, 2008

Unlimited International Skyping Calls For $9.95/Month

Skype's latest $9.95 international subscription plan seems fantastic if you're calling relatives or friends in other countries really often. Just pay $9.95 a month and you'll be able to ring up landlines in one of 34 countries (cellphones are only supported in China, Hong Kong, Singapore, the US and Canada), and if you buy three months' worth of credit before June 1, you'll get one month for free. Super useful for when you've got older folks in other countries who don't really know how to use a computer to Skype with. Or if you don't want them to see over video chat that you've gained some weight.

Friday, April 18, 2008

LEDs in Wallpaper

A breakthrough by GE (General Electric) in OLED technology could now see organic LED’s being printed on to wallpaper. GE managed to find a way to allow OLED’s to be printed on to very thin surfaces.

An adjustment to the way the OLED’s are printed still needs to be fine tuned as right now, the results will not be cheap. Should GE find a way to produce this technology quicker you can expect to see them shortly after, and at a good price.

Efficiency is also key here with GE looking in to making the OLED’s a better option. The industry benchmark for this type of stuff is 15 lumens per watt (lm/W) and GE have managed to achieve 30lm/W. The target GE have is getting them to 100 lumens/W.

The OLED “Wall paper” should be with us in a couple of years time in 2010 if things carry on the way they are going. It should make everyone’s home a little brighter ;)

Friday, April 11, 2008

Exciting: Outdoor Solar Light Set

Unlike standard outdoor holiday lights that require being tethered to a dedicated electric source, and a disciplined memory to turn them off each night before retiring, this strand of 50 bright white LED lights are powered by an integrated solar panel and two rechargeable AA batteries, allowing you to place them anywhere the panel receives sunlight. The solar panel stakes into the ground and detects darkened conditions, which activates the LEDs. The batteries store enough solar energy to provide up to nine hours of light, and the LEDs are rated for 10,000 hours of operation.

Thursday, April 10, 2008

Pharmacy Technician Training

If you are looking for most reputed jobs with high salary I recommends to check your interest in medical technicians pharmacy tech is one of the most reputed and high salaried jobs of today’s world. Many friends of my also pharmacy technician and I know they are the most luckiest guys who do noble job with reputation. So if you also looking for this type of job in which pharmacy technician salary is good so check the great site of where you can be able to find useful info regarding this.

blows up portable media

Mini-projectors are a dime a dozen these days, but the Micro SD Card Projector is whizzing right around all those serious competitors and aiming instead for the carefree crowd. Essentially, the image quality you'll get from this thing is likely to be lackluster -- after all, the manufacturer doesn't even bother to pass along a contrast ratio, let alone a native resolution. Still, the ability to shove an SD card into the rear and instantly watch your portable media clips on the big(ish) screen is a boon to travel junkies and kids of all ages. Heck, there's even a set of composite inputs if you're looking to give your DVD player (or similar) some work. No word on exactly what file types the unit understands, but those willing to take a chance can expect it to ship later this week for £99.99 ($196).

Saturday, April 5, 2008

Live Tv

Watching live shows on tv is really an exciting experience for any one but broadcast your own video on live tv is really different experience. Yes at blog tv you can do the same because at blog tv you are be able to broadcast your own videos live and checks the viewers views on its! I thinks this is very exciting, you can also chat with your viewers here so only you have to done bring your Cam and makes vides and live broadcast through Blog tv.

Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Wi-Fi Access Through iPass Card

iPass is a card which will allow you access to many Wi-Fi hotspots around the world. Up till now it had limited access to most people due it being available to corporations only. Now, it is getting released to regular day to day users too.

When subscribing to the iPass service you get access to all hotspots available from T-Mobile, AT&T, Wayport and many others dotted around the world. 3G EV-DO from Sprint and Verizon has also been added.

Prices are not too bad at $29.95 for access to all hotspots around the US. Bump that up to $69.95 and you get access to 3G EV-DO services but you do need an iPass EV-DO card. If you pay an extra $20 then you get access to over 90000 hotspots world wide.

For the traveller who needs always on internet access then this could be ideal for you.