Thursday, September 15, 2011

New iPhone 3G

Customers jostled outside the company's Fifth Avenue store as Apple employees cheered them on when sales kicked off at 8:00 am, one of the last places to join the global rollout.

Staff at the store said the glitch had apparently been caused by the volume of people overloading the system.

Apple fans across Asia queued for hours to get their hands on the new iPhone, looking to be the first to own a gadget the company hopes will be as big a worldwide smash as the iPod.

More than 1,000 people, many waiting through the night, besieged a store in downtown Tokyo as the iPhone went on sale for the first time in Japan, where having the latest gizmo is almost a national obsession.

Some Japanese began camping out days before the launch for the thrill of being the first to buy the new smartphone -- described as twice as fast and half as expensive as the original iPhone, which was never sold in Japan.

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Frolicat Bolt Laser Cat Toy

You know how cats love to chase stuff, whether it is alive or inanimate – here is something that might just keep your kitten (and adult cats, of course) occupied for hours on end – with the Frolicat Bolt Laser Cat Toy. As you can tell by its name, this device will project a red dot (somewhat similar to how those laser pointers work) onto the surface where you point it to, and see your kitty go nuts trying to track it down only to realize that it cannot be “killed” or “maimed”.

You can opt to use it manually where you dish out the dose of frustration, or set it on automatic mode and see it deliver hours of fun for your favorite feline. All you need to do to have it work on its own would be to place it on a flat surface and turn it on. The Bolt will turn off by itself automatically after a 15 minute session, and make sure you have a quartet of AA batteries hanging around always to keep it juiced up.

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Sony 3D TV, Expensive, With Greatest 3D Graphics

Electronics producers vying world released a television (TV) that carries a three-dimensional technology to the market or 3D. Samsung Electronics, Panasonic Corp.., And Sony Corp.. ready to fight in this revolutionary TV products.

Sony held a soft launch of 3D Bravia TV in Tokyo, Japan, Tuesday (9/3/2010). The plan, Sony will market this product globally starting in June 2010. If nothing gets in the way, Sony will show off the sophistication of this TV at the World Cup June 11 to July 11 next.

Sony membanderol is quite expensive TV. Television with 46-inch screen costs 350,000 yen or U.S. dollar equivalent of 3875.

Largest electronics producers in Japan is optimistic that the product would sell. In fact, Sony management target pairs, 10 per cent of TV sales this year donated from 3D TV. Total sales taget own TV for 25 million units.

Medium Class Android, And Nice Graphics

Manufacturers of electronics from South Korea, Samsung, no less eager to produce Android-based smart phone. However, Samsung has been selling only the Android smart phone for the European market. In the Blue Continent, Samsung presents Samsung i7500 Galaxy in June last year. Galaxy series i7500 uses the first Android aka Cupcake.

Latest products Android-based Samsung is the Galaxy Spica. Not much different with his brother, Galaxy Spica using 3.2-inch wide screen. Spica Galaxy graphics AMOLED technology utilizing a more efficient battery and can display images that look cool in the eyes.

Monday, February 15, 2010

Barbie, New Computer Technician...

Job as a computer technician is dominated by men.
But with the advent of Barbie with a 'profession' of this new, hopefully will be inspired generations of women to be computer experts. 'Profession what'?

That Carrier the step 125, the legendary Mattel doll is designed to be a computer engineer. Carrier is selected from the results of voting conducted in Twitter and Facebook. There’s also a USB port hidden somewhere on the doll

Just look at the beautiful doll style this one as he 'worked'. He provided various gadgets ranging from laptops, the latest smartphone to a Bluetooth headset.

Wrapped with a t-shirt patterned binary code and look chic, this edition Barbie is expected to attract women to look at the world of technology.

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Apple iPad, New Gadget Revolutionary

Apple's iPad is one gadget that is revolutionary. Since officially introduced in San Francisco, United States, these products directly to steal people's attention especia gadget enthusiast.

Although officially been introduced by Apple, but not directly iPad in the market. It is said that the country of origin, the United States, the fruit is hand Steve Jobs will not be circulated starting in March 2010.

Apple iPad has 2 variants with different capacities of different storage media. Both variants are differentiated on the basis of the available connectivity support, which is a series that use only Wi-Fi connection and the additional 3G.

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

IPhone , 4 New Application

Here are four applications for the iPhone and iPod Touch are:

1. FT LBBT - The Financial Times Ltd.
Price: Free
Application of the Financial Times named Little Book of Business Travel (FT LBBT) this will help the businessmen to explore the city of Hong Kong, Shanghai, Macao and Beijing. In addition to tips on local culture, this application also provides culinary information, or spa is certainly a sought-after tourists in China.

2. 1PasswordPro - Agile Web Solutions
Price: U.S. $ 7.99
With this application users would be easy to keep the existing number of passwords to accounts in Gmail, Yahoo etc....

3. Audio Puzzle - Dexoris
Price: U.S. $ 1.99
As the name implies, this application made besutan Dexoris music collection on iPhone users into a jigsaw puzzle game interesting. For users whose lives are always filled with music this must-have application....

4. Awesome Note (+Todo) - BRID
Price: US$ 3,99
Maybe this diary is the most relevant to the New Year Spirit