Archive for April, 2006

Motorola to TV

Motorola to TV
Expanding on the Follow Me TV experience of room-to-room media sharing, Motorola will demonstrate a new technology that can move recorded shows from a Motorola digital video recorder (DVR) set-top directly to a Motorola mobile device like the next-generation RAZR V3x.

This new ability to move content can expand Motorola’s existing whole-home video platform to meet the video needs of consumers anywhere and everywhere

Fujitsu’s Creative UMPC Concept

Fujitsu’s Creative UMPC Concept
Fujitsu is showing off its unique take on the UMPC at the Japanese Design Exhibition in Milan this week. It's tiny and small enough to fit your pocket. The design of the UMPC does reminds you something like a Gamboy Advance SP, doesn't it?

Dub Pimp Star Bling Bling Wheels

Dub Pimp Star Bling Bling Wheels

Pimp Star wheels allow you to define a graphic image to display on your spinning wheels while your vehicle is moving. With the package comes software which allow you to change the image anytime you want, and even define a few images to show in slideshow mode. This set of wheels redefined the meaning of bling and obviously this isn't going to be on the affordability list, unless you are some rich pimp, of course.

Apple allows its users to run Windows

Apple allows its users to run Windows

Well, nothing much to comment about this, but we all know the latest Mac runs on Intel x86 type processors, so that means it would work for both Mac and Windows, its just great that Apple have implemented this idea now, just like how a PC would have a Linux and Windows bootup.

Nokia 6126

Nokia 6126

Nokia unveils the quad-band (GSM/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900) Nokia 6126 phone. It features a design that averages a mere 17mm (.67 inches) from top to bottom. It comes with the usual media playing support and a 1.3 megapixel camera with 8x zoom. The Nokia 6126 phone is expected to be available in North American markets during the 2nd quarter of 2006.

Motorola i580

Motorola i580

The Motorola i580 is the newest iDEN handset that is ultra-durable, stylish and fully equipped for a handset. It is also the first rugged iDEN clam phone designed to meet strict military specifications for blowing rain, dust, shock and vibration and to be enhanced with an extensive multimedia experience, which includes Bluetooth, a 1.3 megapixel camera, video and messaging. Users can enjoy the choices of “push-to” functions that make for a truly rewarding push-to-talk (PTT) experience.

Motorola C290 for Sprint Network

Motorola C290 for Sprint Network
The C290 by Motorola is an elegant and affordable phone that is ideal for customers wanting the convenience of voice communication and Sprint PCS Vision®. This phone has a large, vibrant display, and a sleek, compact design, making it a great tool for customers needing to stay connected while they juggle work and life.
Motorola C290 is available now at Sprint stores nationwide and online at www.sprint.com for $179.99 or $29.99 after rebate. For more information regarding pricing and product availability in your region, please check with your local Motorola representative.

Nokia 2365i

Nokia 2365i

The Nokia 2365i phone includes an attractive list of features designed to position it a step above most entry tier CDMA phones. Along with integrated Bluetooth technology and hands-free speakerphone, the fold-style Nokia 2365i phone includes a large 128 x 160 pixel color main display complemented by a high-visibility 96 x 65 pixel blue/black external display. A built-in FM radio connects owners to music and news, and the Nokia 2365i phone can be easily personalized with built-in graphics and unique polyphonic ringtones.

A mere 3.7 ounces, the Nokia 2365i provides up to 4 hours of talk time or up to 10 days of standby time.

Nokia 2865i

Nokia 2865i

The Nokia 2865/2865i phone is a new entry-level monoblock design that combines a contemporary sleek form with a well-appointed set of features selected to satisfy the needs of today's mobile customer. The 262,000 color 128 x 160 pixel screen can be used to show off the latest downloadable wallpapers, themes, games and applications, while the built-in FM radio and real-sound ringtones supporting MP3, AAC and other file types let owners express themselves through music. The push-to-talk capable Nokia 2865/2865i phone also features an integrated speakerphone and Bluetooth technology to allow convenient connection to a wide variety of compatible accessories and other devices with Bluetooth technology.

Weighing under 3.5 ounces, the Nokia 2865/2865i provides up to 4 hours of talk time or up to 14 days of standby time.

Nokia 6175i

Nokia 6175i
The Nokia 6175i fold-style phone is a stylish, well-featured mobile phone that is intuitive and pocketable. The integrated 1.3 megapixel camera introduces to the Nokia CDMA portfolio a full-screen portrait viewfinder that takes full advantage of the 262,000 color 128 x 160 pixel TFT internal display. High-resolution images and videos, digitally zoomed up to 4x, can be sent via multimedia messaging on compatible networks or transferred to a PC using Bluetooth technology or an optional USB cable. Photo printing is simplified with the inclusion of PictBridge compatibility, ensuring easy connection to a variety of PictBridge-enabled printing devices. Consumers can stay plugged in to their music with a built-in stereo FM radio or by streaming audio and video in a variety of formats. The Nokia 6175i phone also supports a variety of location-based services that utilize its integrated GPS receiver.

Only 3.4 ounces, the Nokia 6175i phone offers up to 3.5 hours of digital talk time or up to 14 days of standby time.

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