Solar powered cell phone by Samsung

February 12, 2009 – 11:57 pm | by Steve Solar powered cell phone by Samsung

Samsung mobile recently unveiled a solar powered cell phone by the name of ‘blue earth’. According to sources, Samsung’s ‘blue earth’ is the first ever solar powered full touchscreen phone to enter the market with the supporting objective of environment protection.

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Facebook on top among social media sites

February 12, 2009 – 9:28 pm | by Steve Facebook on top among social media sites

It seems as if Facebook has managed to steal the top spot when it comes to total number of unique visitors for any social media site. Facebook was founded on February 1, 2004 in California, U.S. and now is a tough competitor for sites like MySpace, Orkut, etc.

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World Smallest Mobile | Xun Chi 138 Cell Phone

February 12, 2009 – 8:15 pm | by Muqtada World Smallest Mobile | Xun Chi 138 Cell Phone

Chinese cell phones are very famous all around the world and the prominent aspect of these phones are their prices. As today every cell phone model has a Chinese version and available in a very affordable price and almost with all the features.

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Buffalo Secondary Monitor

February 11, 2009 – 8:27 pm | by Muqtada Buffalo Secondary Monitor

Now-a-days USB is most familiar and can be seen in every device. The new FTD-W71USB developed by Buffalo is a USB secondary monitor that is generally designed to pay attention to the off-site topics. It works great and much useful in sense of remembering and keeping the things in mind. The FTD-W71USB secondary monitor has simply 7 inches display screen which can be used with two different angels;

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Covert Text to HTML Using FckEditor

February 10, 2009 – 12:46 am | by Muqtada Covert Text to HTML Using FckEditor

“Gone are those days”, when websites were totally based on HTML coding and it feels very tiresome to code all the time and doing the monotonous task to build just a static website and always taking care of the opening and closing tags so not to get any error at the end of the day.

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Baby Blackberry

February 9, 2009 – 6:20 am | by Muqtada Baby Blackberry

This little gadget will be very useful among the little champs of kindergarten because by using this device they can easily pay attention and becomes quick learner to the words taught and always keep them secure and can be used when required.

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Gmail launches multi-pane viewing

February 5, 2009 – 9:10 pm | by Steve Gmail launches multi-pane viewing

Gmail recently launched multi-pane viewing for Gmail account users. That means Gmail account users can now simultaneously view multiple panes in Gmail without doing the fatigue to open another browser window. In this spectrum, Google has done quiet well to facilitate Gmail account users.

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Yahoo Search Pad organizing notes for you

February 5, 2009 – 8:30 am | by Steve Yahoo Search Pad organizing notes for you

Yahoo is busy testing a new service known as Yahoo Search Pad which basically is a note-taking application integrated into Yahoo search engine. Yahoo Search Pad is currently not a permanent feature for Yahoo search engine, but it will soon be a part of it. 

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Acer Ferrari 1200 portable laptop pc

January 29, 2009 – 10:18 pm | by Steve Acer Ferrari 1200 portable laptop pc

Acer Ferrari 1200 is the latest in line of the AMD-powered portable laptop pc by Acer. It can be said that Ferrari 1200 laptop pc is a successor of Ferrari 1100. Acer Ferrari 1200 laptop pc truly is a combination of powerful performance and extreme portability.

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Gmail accounts now work in offline mode

January 27, 2009 – 10:13 pm | by Steve Gmail accounts now work in offline mode

Gmail accounts now work in offline mode. Google provided this opportunity to Gmail users to work offline as it was desperately required by businesses using Gmail apps and other normal consumers using regular Gmail accounts.

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