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0 comments | Monday, June 4, 2007


With the enormous success of the iPod and other iPod related consumer gadgets, its no surprise that Apple is now considering entering the massive world of mobile phones. Apple first danced to the tune of the mobile phone industry when it tangoed with Motorolla and incorporated the not-so-very-user-friendly iTunes software on new Motorolla Mobile Phones. Rumours of Apple’s mobile phone initiative have been intensifying recently and the circulation of photos over the Internet, like the ones below, only confirm these rumours.

If the phone looks anything like it does in these photos…sold! Click on them to have a clear view of the models and dont envy..just buy it.Known to be a freak for mobile phones in addition to electronic and digital gadgets, i’ll definately buy myself one of these. Slim, slick, classy, with all the functions of an iPod and a mobile phone.

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0 comments | Sunday, June 3, 2007


Nokia 5200 have a designed approaching with Nokia 5300.Have a VGA camera with 4x digital zoom good for pictures because the display is TFT, 262,144 colours, 128 x 160 pixels.Thats 5300 XpressMusic the 5200 is multimedia phone able to support MP3, SpMidi, AAC, AAC+ and enhanced AAC+ formats with a 2GB memory(enough to store 1,500 songs)

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0 comments | Friday, June 1, 2007



Were you not satisfied with Sony Play Station3 as your living room media center? Try vaio TP1, and then say it does not contain your kind of entertainment. The ultra-cool vaio TP1 will keep you entertained in almost every way you might think of! The sleek white finish and the small spherical shape gives it the perfect style necessary for your living room. With the wireless LAN technology and with a wireless router, you can put an end to the wires running around in your room.


Features which make TP1 something to watch out:

- dimensions: 27 cm x 9.1 cm x 9.1 cm;
- weight: 3.7 kilos;
- processor: Intel Core2 Duo, 1.83 GHz, 2 MB Cache, Intel Viiv technology;
- RAM memory: 2 GB of PC2-5300 DDR2 memory;
- HDD storage capacity: 300 GB SATA HDD, 7200 RPM;
- graphics: Intel Media Graphics Accelerator 950, 224 MB of graphics memory;
- optic unit: multiformat DVD-RW (compatible with Dual Layer discs);
- TV tuner: HD digital cable tuner with ATSC and NTSC compatibility;
- network: 10Base-T/100 Base-TX Ethernet adapter, 802.11 b/g WiFi adapter;
- features: memory card reader for MS and SD memory cards;
- inputs: composite A/V, VHF/UHF (NTSC), 4 pin iLink interface, microphone jack;
- outputs: HDMI, headphone jack, VGA, S/PDI F, IR;
- interface: USB 2.0;
- comes with: wireless keyboard, remote control;
- OS: Windows Vista Home Premium.


Price $1,600 ( approx ), but worth every penny.

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0 comments | Thursday, May 31, 2007

Unsurprisingly, perhaps, the latest stats show that Gmail users skew younger and richer than those on Yahoo Mail and Hotmail.Gmail opened up to all comers in February, with Gmail’s market share of US visits climbing 17% from February 2007 to April 2007. However, Yahoo Mail and Hotmail are still much bigger by comparison, says Hitwise: Yahoo had 13x the market share, and Hotmail had 6x the marketshare of Gmail. Gmail users are a part of the elite community compared to the Yahoo and Hotmail users. Gmail users tend to be young, have a high income, and be early adopters of technology. 54% of users are between 18 and 34, while 18% have an average annual household income between $100,000 and $149,999 (compared to 15% for Hotmail and 13% for Yahoo Mail).

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