Have you noticed that if you try to get on MySpace by using its URL to view the website outside of 'Myspace on Helio' you simply can't? I mean sure, one of Helio's biggest boasts is their access to Helio that - until recently - no one else had. Although I like this feature it just seemed so plain. It worked fine; other than viewing pictures according to caption names it wasn't bad at all. You could always find other users, view friends, post comments, message, and all of the other wonderful things you can do on MySpace. One thing is for sure though, I just wanted something different, which is why a part of me was happy to get the Helio Ocean because I could view MySpace whichever way I chose. Wrong!
Being in the market for a Bluetooth hands-free kit myself, it's always interesting to see what French innovators Parrot come up with. Their latest device could realistically be described as a crossover between portable and installed kits - it has the integration and sound-processing capabilities of a wired-in model, but with the ease of transportation of previous cigarette lighter plug-in units.
You guessed it, sweethearts, it's "guess my model motivation" time again! Today's frisky little photo minx is this handsome stallion, positioning a curious lighting panel called theANEMIX on his wall. What might the dour gent be pondering, do we think? That slight smile makes me think it's some sort of reminiscence about wartime stockings.
Combating piracy is no small task. Movie theaters in Malaysia are doing their part to stop it at the source. Movie theaters.
The difficult part about doing this is that camcorders are getting smaller and cell phones are getting better cameras. Not to mention it's dark in a theater. While they can't stop people from bringing in their phones, they have solved the problem of seeing in the dark. Malaysian theaters have begun equipping their staff with night-vision goggles to catch the would-be pirates.