Saturday, July 31, 2010

Burger King Japan Introduced Personal Music Shower

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Make sure you have an iPod Touch or iPhone before a visit to Burger King in Tokyo. Because the devices will help you hook up into a connector in your booth for listening to the music. Once you do that, you’ll be able to pick whatever music you want, and listen to it in your booth. Of course, you will not bothering another people while listening to the music, because the fast food place has already equipped with Specialized “music showers,” which are designed to reside above your booth like a hanging lamp, pointed down right at your table and covered by a dish. The music will fall like water into your booth, and that way you can listen to whatever you want without disturbing anyone else.

It seems that fast food companies around the world improve the quality of food and comfort places to eat, just like the picture you see above, Burger King fast food restaurant does not look like a fast food restaurant in generally. They are trying to decorate their place with an attractive and comfortable interior, like a cozy café. However, do not let this comfortable make you forget that fast food does not stay healthy.

: slashgear

Friday, July 30, 2010

Verizon Samsung N150 netbook Packs International 3G

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The international packs of Samsung N150 3G-enabled netbook has introduced by Verizon. Toting a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N450 processor paired with 1GB of RAM, a 160GB hard-drive and both WiFi b/g/n and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, the 10.1-inch N150 has not only EVDO Rev.A 3G support but triband UMTS/HSPA (850/1900/2100) and quadband GSM/GPRS/EDGE for use outside of the US. Verizon’s international data rates to go along with the flexibility taken form Slashgear, here are the monthly or prepaid forms:

• $39.99 monthly access for 250 MB monthly allowance and $0.10/MB overage
• $59.99 monthly access for 5 GB monthly allowance and $0.05/MB overage
• $15 for 75 MB (one day of use)
• $30 for 250 MB (one week of use)
• $50 for 500 MB (one month of use)

The three international plans are on offer for the netbook:

• GlobalAccess Monthly Plan: $129.99 for monthly access (5 GB allowance for the United States and Canada, $0.05/MB overage); 100 MB allowance in select destinations ($0.005/KB after allowance).

• GlobalAccess Monthly Plan 2: $219.99 monthly access plan offers 200 MB select destination allowance with the same rates for overage as the $129.99 plan.

• GlobalAccess Pay Per Use: Must be purchased with a $59.99 Mobile Broadband service plan in the US; Pay Per Use rate is $0.002/KB in Canada, $0.005/KB in Mexico, and $0.02/KB in more than 200 other destinations.

here are the specifications of Samsung N150 netbook:

Lifestyle features:
- Powerful Intel® Atom™ N450 1.66 GHz processor and Windows® 7 Starter that run multiple applications and deliver great performance
- Built-in connectivity to the nation’s largest and most reliable 3G network
- Global Ready with a pre-installed SIM Card for access in more than 200 countries, more than 110 with 3G speeds
- Built-in chargeable USB port that serves as a charger for mobile devices even when the Samsung N150 is turned off
- Samsung Support Center provides a single hub for Samsung performance applications such as online customer support, recovery and backup, and troubleshooting

Additional specifications:
- Weight: 2. .73 pounds
- Size: 10.4” x 7.4” x 1.05”
- Stylish, glossy black finish with rounded edges for user comfort
- 93 percent full-size keyboard for easy typing
- Memory: up to 1 GB DDR2
- Screen: 10.1” non-glare LCD WSVGA LED backlight
- Resolution: 1024 x 600
- Graphics: Intel GMA 3150
- Webcam
- External VGA (15-pin) port
- Stereo speakers
- Memory card slot: 3-in-1 Multi Memory Card (SD/SDHC/MMC)
- Hard drive: 160 GB 5400 RPM (max)
- Mobile Broadband radio/frequency bands: CDMA/1X/EV-DO Rev. A: 800/1900 MHz; UMTS/HSPA: 850/1900/2100 MHz; GSM/GPRS/EDGE: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
- Wi-Fi®: 802.11 b/g/n
- LAN: 10/100 Ethernet
- Battery: 6 cell (4,4000mAh) that delivers up to seven hours of battery life on a single charge
- Bluetooth® connectivity: Bluetooth V2.1 + EDR

Pricing and availability:
- The Samsung N150 is available for order today in Verizon Wireless Communications Stores for $49.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate with a new two-year customer agreement.

Thursday, July 29, 2010

iWork For iPhone Leaked Images

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if you keep on updated with iPhone 4 app, you must know this several weeks info appeared by Steve Jobs through the keynote that they are working away iWork for iPhone 4. Hey! We’ve got the leak images here which appeared on Apples website and were quickly removed. According to geeky-gadget, The images show the trio of applications working on the iPhone and iPod Touch. Apparently iWork will come with Pages and Numbers as a universal binary for all iOS devices and now screenshots have been uncovered by for all three iWork applications. No worries of missed information because we are here to share with you, take a look at the video below.

Via: geeky-gadget

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

USB Clip by Emamidesign

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Today, USB created with double usage for transferring the data and being a paper clip or expensive paper clip. The USB Clip design by Emamidesign might be a simple innovative provides a simple method of keeping data files together with hard copy documents. The USB clip comes with several bright attractive colors and simple usage by clip onto letters and documents. The aims of making this device are designed to replace CD or DVD-ROMs for archiving or transferring data.

However, Emamidesign has won a 2010 Red Dot product design award and became a Best of Best winner although is not the first time winning it, but they are quite good in making small and useful innovation. The bright color of the USB clip aims to make sure that the drives are not lost or missed by the recipient of the brochure or document.

Via: geeky-gadget

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

PlayStation Blu-ray 3D update arrives in September

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The 3-D Blu-ray has been revealed that the update will available and it will actually hit consoles s in September. The interesting parts is the 3D upgrades will arrive later to bring 3D photo compatibility to the machine. I can say this is really imperative that the company's games console/multimedia machine is capable of displaying them. The PS3 to read .mpo filetypes and present them on a compatible 3DTV by using the firmware.

Senior director of Sony Europe Mick Hocking stresses that Blu-ray movies and still photos will be at the forefront of the 3D revolution; it is gaming that will drive adoption. Here are some games which adopted 3D in up-coming such as Killzone 3, Motorstorm Apocalypse and, the much anticipated, Gran Turismo 5.

: engadget

Monday, July 26, 2010

Hermes Auto Feet Concept Bulletproof Shoe

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Well, people may do anything they would like to as long as still in the positive way, for example making a concept for future. This is also doing by electronics and cars, they comes up with unique idea of making Bulletproof Shoe. Of course, it is a good idea, we never know when bullet will be come over to our feet, so we have to thank for conception of this pair of shoes.

Hermes Auto Feet is the name of the bulletproof shoes, cool name huh?! The shoes are made from a body constructed of Kevlar. The sole is made from natural and synthetic rubber. The construction of the shoe promises to last forever. Well, perhaps the soldiers in the future will be wore this shoes of avoiding stray bullets through the feet.

Via: slashgear

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Acer Liquid A1 Acquires Android 2.1 Eclair

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We had already informed you that Acer is trying their luck in selling mobile phone, and about two months ago they had started with Acer Stream. Today, Acer has announced to update the first phone the Liquid A1which runs Android. An update is now available for it that takes its operating system from Android 1.6 to Android 2.1. We can say the Acer Liquid E is the biggest advantages matched, and by having the Liquid E will get you double the amount of RAM in the Liquid A1.

Quick spec recap for the Acer Liquid A1 (sometimes referred to just as Acer Liquid):

• 768 MHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor
• 3.5″ 480 x 800 touchscreen
• 256 MB RAM
• microSD card slot
• HSDPA 7.2 Mb/s and HSUPA 2.0 Mb/s
• WiFi 802.11 b/g
• Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP
• 5 Megapixel autofocus camera with VGA video recording at 20 fps
• 1350 mAh battery
• Dimensions: 115 x 62.5 x 12.5 mm
• Weight: 135 g

Via: unwiredview

Saturday, July 24, 2010

LG Cookie Zip CDMA arrives in India

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LG has launched the newest phone called LG Cookie Zip in India. The device is a redesigned of Cookie Plus GS500, but it comes a bit different part of usual LG Cookie. The handset is available for CDMA / EV-DO connectivity which allows using it on the networks of Reliance, BSNL, Tata or MTS India.

The Cookie Zip specs are 3 inch TFT touchscreen display with 240 x 400 pixels, 2MP camera with QVGA video recording, MicroSD card support, a 900 mAh battery that can provide a talk-time of up to 5 hours. It also includes social networking integration for Facebook, Twitter, Orkut, MySpace and Live TV which only able for EV-DO. The price is only 8,299 INR or about $178 in USD.

: unwiredview

Friday, July 23, 2010

Samsung Epix gets WinMo 6.5 Update

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A firmware update for AT&T’s Epix just released by Samsung, and Windows Mobile 6.1 to Windows Mobile 6.5 comes along in this July. So, AT&T has stopped selling the phone in their website, it’s somewhat surprising to see Samsung support a 2-year old device. This is happy news from Samsung to those who still handed Epix WinMo smartphone that Samsung is still supporting the device.

For downloading the update package, you better follow all the instructions on the screen and before start the update process you have to backup all your data first. you may download here.

Thursday, July 22, 2010

The HP TouchSmart tm2t Convertible tablet PC

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HP have just released the 12.1-ich Touchsmart tm2t, a full-size convertible tablet PC which comes complete with touch input and dedicated pen, it also runs Windows 7. The tablet PC powered with an Intel iCore 3 processor, a switchable ATI graphics, a bright responsive touchscreen with max resolution of 1280×800, and comes in aluminum finish. The screen is very flexible and rotatable for making you easy to turn it into a tablet PC or Laptop.

The Touchsmart tm2t completed with include two USB ports, VGA, Ethernet and a microSD card reader. Unfortunately, Touchsmart tm2t comes up with some disappointing news. The device does not built-in with accelerometer that helps automatically change the orientation of the screen. Moreover, there is a problem with the touchpad which is deemed. The base price will be available $850. Here are the Specs at a glance are as follows:

1.2 GHz Intel Core i3
Windows 7 Home Premium
500GB SATA hard drive
12.1 display size
1200 x 800 screen resolution
ATI Mobility HD 5450
802.11 WiFi
Bluetooth 2.1
5-1 Card Reader

Via: techchee

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Samsung Gravity Touch Will be launched in Canada

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Exciting news for Canadian, Bell is on the way to launch another Samsung phone, after hitting the Canada market with the Wave and the Entro. The device will be ready in the US via T-mobile as Gravity T. The Gravity Touch is a full QWERTY keyboard which has a , a 2.8 inch QVGA touchscreen display, TouchWiz UI 2.0, HSPA connectivity, full HTML browser, 2MP camera, and MicroSD card support and can be up-grade to 16GB. This phone also allows you to access social networking sites such as Facebook, MySpace, and YouTube. Samsung Gravity Touch will be available in Bell starting from today and will be price $179.95 free of contract.

Via: unwiredview

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Opera 5.1 Mini Browser Update Released

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If you love to use Opera mini on your phone, I bet you better update it now. The Opera has just unrestricted its 5.1 update for its Mini Browser; the browser update aims to improve the performance of the software on phones with limited memory and power. For those who are using Nokia S40, 5130, 6300, 2700, this are highly recommended. Moreover, the software includes a new browser skin that allows more pages to be open at the same time.

The new Opera Mini 5.1 can compress data up to 90% before sending it to your phone, providing faster page loading and reducing data loads, that converts into lower browsing costs when you’re on a pay-per-MB data plan, especially when is roaming. You may directly go for downloading.

: geeky-gadget

Monday, July 19, 2010

oStylus iPad Pen revealed

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Apple now presents an oStylus capacitive pen for writing on your iPhone and iPad. However the pen is definitely looks a little different on the designed. We might say the strange ‘O’ tip of the oStylus is designed to provide an accurate method of drawing on capacitive screens on the iPad, iPhone and other similar tablet devices.

The man behind it is Andrew Goss who is well-known as a Canadian jeweler. This pen allows you to be easy in drawing and of course you can see it draw following your hand instruction. Unfortunately, the oStylus is not yet available to purchase. But you better to take at look at the video below to see how it works.

Via: geeky-gadget

Sunday, July 18, 2010

New Apple TV To Focus On Video Streaming

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Apple are starting unveil a new version of their Apple TV. Even though this is just rumor but it closes to be true. The new Apple TV would be based on the iOS 4 operating system. Conjunction with this news there was a rumor that says Apple intends to focus on streaming and video rental with the new Apple TV rather than downloads.

Apple is about to rent users episodes of TV shows for $0.99. The service would be similar to the iTunes movie rentals and of course there is any videos purchased from iTunes for your Apple TV. The video are available to be acess via Apple TV, iPhone, and MacBook. There is no official announcement yet form Apple when the TV will be available.

: geeky-gadgets

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Samsung Galaxy Beam announced in Singapore July 17

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Upcoming to StarHub this July 17, Samsung Galaxy Beam (I8520) will be soon arrives in Singapore. The device claims as the first smartphone with built-in pico projector which ease user applies the projector to project multimedia content from their phones from 5- to 50-inches in size, and also runs with Android 2.1.

Galaxy Beam features 3G support, a 3.7-inch Super AMOLED screen (WVGA), TouchWiz UI 3.0, Social Hub, Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi b/g/n, Allshare (DLNA), 8MP autofocus camera with LED flash, front facing VGA camera, GPS and 1800mAh battery. The official spec sheet does not mention the processor clock speed but it had an 800MHz processor. People in Singapore get prepared for hand-on this device from free to SG$398 at StarHub. Have you line up now?

Via: SamsungHub

Friday, July 16, 2010

Energy Sistem 52 Touch Showcased with Plenty of Renders

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The over-saturated personal media player will have a newcomer on the market; it is already on the list to be kicked out. Please welcome Energy Sistem, it has just pulled the curtain off their 52 Touch line-up of devices. According to Slashgear, the Energy Sistem manages to only show off a full array of digital renders, and not the actual devices. The device comes with plenty of color options.

The Energy Sistem comes with an Integrated FM transmitter for the car, a microphone, a support for DivX and XviD, FLV, RM/RMVB, MP3/WAV/WMA music formats, images, text files (.txt), a 2.8-inch TFT touchscreen display. The device also allows you to turn TV-out and a speaker. There are some variations of the capacity that are available such as a model with 4 GB, 8GB, or 16GB internal memory and can be improved up to 16GB microSDHC card reader. The price will be cost €69, or about $88 for the standard model.

Thursday, July 15, 2010

iPhone 4 Diamond Edition Going For $20k

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Apple seems to really pay attention to those who like a luxury. After appearing with gold-plated iPad and Mac, Apple has been the target of diamonds to complement the luxury of four of the newly launched iPhone. This time, the famous jeweler Stuart Hughes was trusted to give his touch of luxury design on iPhone 4.

The whole surrounding frame is encrusted with circa 6.5cts of top quality VVS, color ‘F’ diamonds, individually set sparkling gems. The rear section houses beautiful solid Platinum and Diamond Apple logo. The total weight of diamonds is 6.5 carats. The Hughes iPhone 4 sells for $20,000, is white in color, has 32GB of memory and is unlocked so that it is compatible with the various mobile carriers around the world. Of course, if you are tempting to have it, you have to spend $20,000. What money!

Via: Coated

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Canon Photocopier Completed with Fingerprint Authentication

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Cannon just announced their new photocopier name RUNNER ADVANCE MFP. According to Coated, Canon revs up its drive to aid Canon photocopiers and multi-functional printer security announced a new Fingerprint Authentication system to control the authorized personnel to operate the devices. The device aims to find out whether your employee has misappropriated the company equipment. It is not a secret anymore, there are some employees who are a bit naughty that using office facilities which resulted in swelling of the expenditure, although this seems trivial but it can make a company expenditures great outcome for the paper.

These network printers offer copy, fax, print and scan functionality and require user authentication prior to use. The new system was developed in hand with Hitachi where user privileges will have to be at the machine for function properly. The option availables on Canon’s imageRUNNER ADVANCE line of multi-function printers which can make use of MEAP application. The price will be available $1,460 for Japan market only.

Via: Coated

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Xbox Live Arcade Launches this July

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Microsoft will be launched Xbox Live Arcade on 14th July. The Xbox Live Arcade looks more attractive. There are already more than 250 games available on the Xbox Live Arcade, and keeps on adding every week automatically. Destination Arcade allows you to find out new games and content rather than the previous one which quite complicated being up-to-date.

The ability to sort by price, community rating, and more options you can choose as per your choice. The star-based rating system added in the last firmware update, games can disappear from view swiftly. The News Feed has all the latest news on XBLA unveils, and highlights titles have gone on sale. The Xbox Live Arcade will be offered for free through the Xbox Live Marketplace.

Via: slashgear

Monday, July 12, 2010

Nokia 7020 Available Through Rogers

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For you who likes minimalistic mobile phone without a state of the art, the bells and whitsles, here it goes the Nokia 7020 which offering by Rogers Communications Inc. The entry level clamshell phone runs on a simpler operating system, it completes with the Symbian Series 40, sports a 2.2-inch display screen and sport a 240×320 pixel resolution. The Nokia 7020 features a 2MP basic camera and a 16GB of storage of microSD card slot.

Currently, the Canadian mobile carrier is offering the Nokia 7020 under one of four purchase options. If you buy the phone outright, it can be $149.99 and will be contract free. For the contract pricing pricing on the other hand depends upon the length of the contract. Under a 3 year plan will be cost for $9.99 and a 2 year plan will be charged $59.99. The best option is to take the 1 year term which means you have to buy the handset for goes for $99.99.

Via: Coated

Sunday, July 11, 2010

BlackBerry Curve 9300 may have FCC approval

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The latest BlackBerry, the Curve 9300 has now received FCC approval. While the model number is unknown, the technical illustration does not exactly match the lines of the previously leaked photos of what is also expected to be the Curve 9300. The Federal Communications Commission supports with tri-band CDMA network including AWS, which could mean the device is headed to MetroPCS and not just Sprint or Verizon.

Other variants of the Curve 9300 will be seen by public market and actually should be shipping with BlackBerry OS 6.0. Previous prototypes sported GSM radios with 3G data support and Wi-Fi. The device is estimated to restore the 8500 and sport a 320x240 screen, a 3.2-megapixel camera and 256MB of RAM. The official confirmation for this product or its release date is expected soon, however there is no further confirmation yet.

Via: Coated

Saturday, July 10, 2010

AT&T to Lauch two Windows Phone 7 on September

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This September, AT&T is about to launch two Windows Phone 7 devices and it will certainly be among the first to launch a WP7 handset in the US. The Microsoft officially announced that that the world’s first WP7 devices would be out “in time for the 2010 holiday season” however it seems it might happen a bit sooner. The evidence of Windows Phone 7 devices coming to AT&T has been showing by Engadget. But still the actual launch of WP7 devices won’t happen until September. AT&T will comes up with two Windows Phone 7 devices which may come from LG and Samsung.

Via: unwiredview

Friday, July 9, 2010

Iron Man Costume For $4000

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I bet you probably think is a frame taken from the Iron Man 2, but it is a picture of Colorodan Anthony Le wearing his $4,000 homemade Iron Man 2 costume of War Machine. Well, let’s say he has a passionate in making the Iron Man 2 costume. The homemade costume looks designed very well, it is almost or near resembled with the original. The background of the image strongly supports the creation of the movie frame.

Anthony Le has been a fan of Iron Man from a child. The inspiration of making this costume started when the comic-book was hitting into a big screen. He decided to make his own Iron Man suit, for the result, the costume of War Machine took 1 month to build and was constructed from high-impact urethane that was cut and then riveted together with around 1,500 rivets. For the helmet, was sculptured from clay and a liquid resin was used to create the final item, with servo motors added to operate the helmets face plate just like the film. LED’s were added to the chest plate and helmet. The rotary gun was made from pipes, the motor inside helps to provide the spinning motion.

Via: Geeky-gadgets

Thursday, July 8, 2010

TV-B-Gone Pro Switches off TVs 110 Meters Away

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Tiny shape gadget is not a new and surprise thing in gadget world, but it can be a surprise if it comes with unexpected specs. This is also happened to the TV-B-Gone, it is a small gadget that allows you to turn off almost all TVs by the push of a button. The TV-B-Gone is the new version which comes up with the pro version named. The device allows you to switch off TVs off at 110 meters away. With the touch activated switch, you'll be able to turn off any TV within a matter of seconds. Wow, I can barely say this is even better than an mp3 player size. The price for TV-B-Gone is $49.99 in USD while for IDR it might be cost around Rp. 4.999.900 not included tax.

TV-B-Gone Features
* Turns off/on almost every TV model
* Turn off TVs up to 110 meters away (much further away than the non-Pro model)
* Flashing LED indicates it is working
* May take up to 62 seconds to work, but typically will work quickly
* Can operate in "Stealth mode"
* Small and powerful rechargeable battery (battery & charger included)
* Dimensions: 2.75" (height) x 2.06" (width) x 0.26" (depth)
* Note: Product case design is for looks only.

Via: gadgetvenue

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Blackberry Pearl 3G will be Coming to AT&T

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The BlackBerry Pearl 9100 has been really desperation in the United States. Well, pretty much everyone around the world got this great SureType device, while the US stands by for a carrier to take it up. According to Unwired, an online retailer is selling BlackBerry Pearl 3G 9100 with the bottom marked AT&T’s logo. Therefore, rise an opinion that the new Pearl will be introduce by the second largest US carrier soon (AT&T).

Unfortunately, there is still no information the exact time of AT&T’s customers will be able to buy the Pearl 9100 and there is no confirmation about the price yet. The 9100 comes with a redesigned SureType QWERTY keyboard, a 360 x 400 pixels display, 3G (HSDPA), Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, A-GPS, 3.5mm headset jack, dedicated music keys, 3.2MP camera and MicroSD card support. An updated information said that if the device launched by AT&T, the Pearl 9100 3G will replace the old Pearl 8110 for $49,99 on contract with AT&T.

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