Archive for the ‘Mobile’ Category
DXG is one of the fastest growing digital camera manufacturers, but you won’t be able to tell from their prices.
The new DXG-569V camcorder is small enough to be an ultra-portable and it is available in your choice of black or silver.
It also features a digital voice recorder. Plus it makes it easy to connect it to your HDTV, or upload to the web with the inlcuded cables so you can share videos with your family and friends.
While the retail price is really affordable, you’ll still have to invest a SD memory card for storage.
This HD camcorder should give similar devices a serious run for the money. (more…)
Q: Why would a blog about digital photography be carrying the press release for the new LG KF750, aka the LG Secret?
A: This new phone from LG has a 5 Megapixel camera and records DivX videos at 120 FPS.
The list of specs at the moment is a bit light but some of them are:
- Slider Phone Design
- 2.4″ Auto-Rotating Touch Screen Display
- 11.8mm Thick (thinnest 5 Megapixel camera Phone on the Market)
- Capable of 120FPS Video
- Mobile Google Apps
Rumors have it that the second generation of Apple’s iPhone is well into testing, and that it may be released in June.
The new iPhone will receive a bit of a makeover, it will get a new glossy black back instead of the satin nickel back currently on the iPhone.
Some of the features of the next gen iPhone are:
- Similar in size to the current iPhone, it’ll just be a little bit thicker
- It will still have 8GB of storage
- It will sport 3G and GPS functionality
- New glossy black finish on the back, instead of satin nickel.
- New chrome buttons
- It’s less angular than the current iPhone due to being made from less metal
- The battery is still not removable
- The headphone jack will be flush with the rest of the phone
- Screen will be pretty much the same size and resolution as the current iPhone
- A GPS Navigation System
- A Media Player
- A Recordable TV
- and WiFi Internet Browsing
Sure none of these technologies are new. In fact, you already own hardware that has these features. But what seperates the ARCHOS 605 from what you already own is that it does all these things in one gadget, in your car.
Ok, so technically the 605 WiFi PMP and the GPS In-Car Holder are two gadgets. But ARCHOS addition of GPS capabilities to its 605 series is akin to when peanut butter met jelly, it just works.
The pair, which can be bought in a bundle with a 30GB hard drive for $399.99, combine to give passengers a complete media center and drivers a full featured GPS system.
The GPS In-Car Holder provides standard fare. The 4.3″ touch screen provides a clean look for maps and directions. The audio readouts help drivers navigate when they need to keep their eyes on the road. Features also include traffic assistance, route planning and speed control assistance. (more…)
The iPhone firmware 2.0 beta has been tested, and it seems that it contains some cool new features and some well thought of updates. For example, support for Microsoft Exchange has been added allowing for easier access to widely used corporate email systems.
It now pushes the changes over the AT&T network, although on WiFi the changes take a while to take affect.
Apple has also added functionality that allows you to select multiple emails and move or delete them as a group. (more…)
Is this HP’s new Eee PC killer?
The Mini-Note PC from HP is available with a range of VIA Processors, an 8.9″ Display (with a native resolution of 1280 x 786) and you can choose between Vista or Linux for your operating system.
The keyboard is almost full-size (92% of a full size keyboard) so it should be quite good for typing. Due to the resolution of the screen, it is easier to view websites without having to scroll as much as you do on an Eee PC 701 for example. (more…)
Their has been a lot of industry buzz over what is being called iPhone 2.0, or the next major update for the iPhone. Many people have been expecting iPhone 2.0 to be released this June.
The new update is supposed to bring added features to the phone, including improved abilities to utilize third party software developed using Apples SDK. (more…)
The Samsung Instinct looks like it got a lot of design cues from the iPhone, but don’t call it an iPhone killer. Sprint has been calling it an iPhone competitor.
The Instinct has a sleek design and a nice size touchscreen.
It measures 4.57″ by 2.17″ by .49″ and weighs in at just 4.4 ounces. (more…)
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