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Turn your iPhone into a DSLR camera using a new iPhone case
Taking images using your iPhone is fun. There are many photo apps and gadgets to make your photos look amazing and professional if photography is a serious hobby. If you’re looking to make your photos even more beautiful, good lens is a must.Read the rest of the article »
Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and U.S. Cellular will all receive variations of the Galaxy S III this month
The Samsung Galaxy S III will be launched by five U.S. carriers this month. These are Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and U.S. Cellular.Read the rest of the article »
In this article, GADG has compared two of today's most popular OSes -- Symbian and Android.
When it comes to mobile phone OS, there are only two best options to take: The Symbian and the Android. Of course, both have their own specialties and drawbacks. The Symbian is said to be a really old OS with its first version (Symbian v9) being released way back in 2005. It also got numerous updates — with Symbian Belle as being the latest installment. Android, on the other hand, was launched just few months before the Symbian. It was acquired by Google in 2005 and has kicked off different Android OSes from 2008.
Since their release, these two OSes — along with their makers (Nokia and Google), have been trying to beat each other in terms of performance and service. Perhaps only the gamers have the ability to determine the real winner, as both aims to provide a superb gaming experience.
By taking the leap, you can see a brief yet detailed comparison between the Symbian and Android OS.Read the rest of the article »
Now, you can have a better 'Friday' than what Rebecca Black can give you.
An Android app – called Friday – can make your smartphone even smarter, as it captures your life in terms of what you do with your phone. Friday makes it available for you to go back to the old times for reminiscing.
Mobile phones today do more than just calls. Users can text friends and family, manage calendars and alarms, take pictures, listen to music, watch movies and answer emails, as well as navigate the globe.Read the rest of the article »
Still familiar with Nokia? Or when it comes to phones you only hear the words "Apple" and "Google?"
If there’s any indication that a company is dwindling into the void of defeat, it’s the successes of its fiercest rivals in a category the previous has triumphed for almost a decade. This seems to be true in Nokia’s point of view, as the once-juggernaut of the mobile industry starts to lose its luster against the smartphones of Apple and the Google Android. And Nokia CEO Stephen Elop is starting to get pissed that they haven’t made any real innovation ever since the first iPhone come knocking on the mobile market in 2007.Read the rest of the article »
Thanks to the new technology, even the deaf can communicate without the hassle.
The new device to aid the deaf people is called the MobileASL. The good thing about this gadget is it does not require users to wear weird-looking gloves. This technology uses compressed video signals, sharpened image quality and motion detection to enhance mobile video conferencing services.
Eleven participants joined the initial testing of MobileASL, all of whom gave positive feedbacks about the gadget. The software is compatible with any device which has video camera placed at the front like iPhone 4 or HTC Evo.
Aside from texting and e-mail options, the MobileASL allows face-to-face chat which is more useful for the deaf. Plus, it also uses 10 times less bandwidth which maximizes battery life.View Article Source »
Le Million Piece Unique isn't the only mobile phone with a seven digit price tag out there anymore. It's now accompanied by GRESSOs Luxor Las Vegas Jackpot. And it is indeed a seven digit, luxurious phone with a price of $ 1,000,000.
GRESSO, inspired with the treasures of Ancient Egypt and the beauty of Las Vegas, created a handset with a combination of black diamonds and 18 carat gold — the Luxor Las Vegas Jackpot. The phone case is made of pure gold; encrusted with 45, 5k black diamonds; weights 180g; and measures 12mm in thickness. The back panel of the handset is produced from a 200-year-old African Blackwood. Another innovation from GRESSO is its keyboard. Every key is created from single crystal Sapphire, with a total weight of 32 carat and the figures and letters on the phone are laser-applied. Luxor Las Vegas Jackpot will be delivered in a limited collection, wherein personal numbers are engraved on the back panel. The collection, with a price of $ 1,000,000, is an extension of classical series of mobile phones — Luxor Las Vegas. It is expected that the handset will hit the market this month.View Article Source »
Does the word "Menlo" ring a bell? It’s what keeping the Microsoft team busy these days. Discover why.
There were many speculations on what the Microsoft codename “Menlo” was all about. Some say it was a project of the Microsoft team to explore a new operating system suitable for the booming mobile industry.
According to a paper Mary-Jo Foley of www.zdnet.com got hold of:Read the rest of the article »
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