Android, Apps, Mobile Phones, Smartphones, Software

Google introduces “My Android Apps”

  Google has just introduced “My Android Apps” to their Google Play Store, where this particular segment lets you check out an entire list of smartphones, tablets, and other devices that are connected to your account. Basically, whenever you tap on any one of those icons, you will be able to pull up a list… Continue reading Google introduces “My Android Apps”

Hardware, Mobile Phones, News, Software, Technology

Nokia’s next step…

After the birth of the Apple iPhone, a new dawn is coming. One of the first to jump on this is the leading mobile phone manufacturer Nokia.Nokia is planning to update their smartphone's OS - Symbian: S60 smartphone software evolves to enrich the user experience.Here is part of the Press Release by Nokia as issued… Continue reading Nokia’s next step…

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Holographic Memory in your pocket

Soon you could be able to store more mp3s and podcasts in your pocket than you'll ever have time to listen to. Fujifilm is working on a terabyte (1000 gigabyte) holographic memory, which it expects to launch in 2009. The terabyte holo-memory drive would be no bigger than a sugar cube and could access data… Continue reading Holographic Memory in your pocket

Hardware, Mobile Phones, News, Technology

Bluetooth Digital Watch

Seiko Instruments Inc announced their first Bluetooth watch yesterday, the BT Watch or CPC TR-006 ver.1.0. This hi-tech watch is packed into a very stylish casing and this watch will be released onto the market at the end of this year or beginning 2007. This watch is in fact an extension of your phone, and… Continue reading Bluetooth Digital Watch

Computer, Hardware, Mobile Phones, Music, Photography, Technology

New SD Memory Card Speed Class Ratings

Another year, another memory card specification. Though I have to admit, it certainly isn’t a bad thing that the SD Card Association (SDA) has announced that they’re finalizing specifications to expand SD card capacity beyond 2GB, to a new card called the SDHC Memory Card. The new specification is promising a minimum SD Speed Class… Continue reading New SD Memory Card Speed Class Ratings

Computer, Hardware, Internet, Mobile Phones, Music, Software, Technology


There seems to be another 'format' out for digital music and videos. It's not a format as in mp3, ogg, or wma/wmv but an assurance that the digital content you buy will play for sure on your digital device of your choice. This is what they say on their website: Look for the PlaysForSure logo… Continue reading PlaysForSure

Hardware, Mobile Phones, Technology

Cordless Portable Speakerphone

Unlike traditional handsfree car phone devices that require a corded earpiece, this wireless speakerphone unit provides the highest quality hands-free audio using the world-standard Bluetooth wireless connection, and it produces sound more powerful than the weak speakerphones built into many cellular phones. When connected to a Bluetooth-enabled phone, this portable device lets you carry on… Continue reading Cordless Portable Speakerphone

Hardware, Mobile Phones, Technology

USB Phone Book Flasher

If you have more than one mobile phone; or change your it frequently; or worse - tend to loose it frequently, but you want your phonebook to be consistent between all your mobile phones, it’s a bit of a headache to update them by hand, if there’s no support of bluetooth or IR. USBGeek has your solution to this… Continue reading USB Phone Book Flasher

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Make a Movie with your Mobile & Win $5000!

The Idea:   The CellFlix Festival is an annual competition dedicated to the development of creative content for mobile delivery. It’s all about imagination, fantasy, and story – created through and presented on the small screen. If you’re a filmmaker, a storyteller and a dreamer of big dreams – and you could use an extra… Continue reading Make a Movie with your Mobile & Win $5000!

Funny and Weird, Mobile Phones, Software, Technology

Self Destruct SMS

Staellium UK Ltd. is 'upgrading' the SMS market to the 'Mission Impossible' state.How you may ask? Here's what they're saying: SELF DESTRUCT MESSAGES NO LONGER ‘MISSION IMPOSSIBLE’  THANKS TO ‘STEALTHTEXT’“This tape will self-destruct in five seconds” became a household phrase in the 60s and 70s thanks to the creators of Mission Impossible, and now 30 years later… Continue reading Self Destruct SMS