Archive for December 20th, 2007

Air France tests cell services in Europe (AP)

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AP – Air France has become the first airline to offer international passengers e-mail and text-messaging service that’s based on standard cell phone technology.

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Safety top reason for buying children cell phones (Reuters)

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Reuters – Most parents who are thinking of buying cell phones for their children this Christmas are doing so for safety reasons, according to a new survey. An online poll of 339 parents found that 78 percent were considering getting a cell phone for their children so they could be in contact with them in […]

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Top 10 Mobile Products 2007

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During 2007, increasing number of advanced features, such as Wi-Fi, 3-5 megapixel camera, or GPS were introduced to mobile phones. Small ultra-portable PCs and handheld Linux computers and tablets arrived to stores. The prices of GPS navigators fell to a level never seen before. Above all, we appreciated the new online services, specifically designed for […]

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Recent reader comment on: Nokia N800 product review

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Tips fpr Troubleshooting Mobile Phone Bluetooth Connections

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Bluetooth is a handy wireless technology for sending photos from a mobile phone to another device, or for connecting a wireless headset to the phone. Even new devices, however, may fail to transmit information via Bluetooth. Locating communication problems can be bothersome, unless you troubleshoot your Bluetooth problems with this practical guide.

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Share Movies by Uploading Them from Your Phone’s Internet Browser

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It is easy to upload videos or photographs using an Internet browser on a computer. Browser software products on phones, however, dont typically come with the required feature for uploading files. There are some smartphones, like the Nokia E- and N-series, that include a browser that is capable of uploading files. Also, the Opera browser […]

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Nokia N810: Review

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The Nokia N810 Internet Tablet is a handheld device for Internet access, messaging, enjoying music and videos, and a GPS navigator. The built-in GPS receiver along with the Wayfinder navigation software makes the product a full-featured in-car navigation system, Wi-Fi connectivity allows fast downloads and uploads, and the large screen makes it ideal for watching […]

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Wi-Fi Hotspot Finder for Smartphones

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Accessing the Internet from a smartphone via a high-speed Wi-Fi connection is one of the best things technology has to offer for a mobile person. Wi-Fi access allows, for instance, low-cost or free Web surfing, Skype phone calls, e-mail, music downloads, and photo uploads. It maybe easy to find a hotspot at home, but finding […]

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Nokia N95 8GB: Product Review

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The Nokia N95 is an all-in-one, feature-packed smartphone; but, despite its whistles and bells, it is a highly usable product. The device is exercised to the fullest in the hands of a power user who can take advantage of its 5 megapixel camera, GPS navigation, Wi-Fi, or turbo-3G Internet access. However, anyone who is familiar […]

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Eye-Fi Memory Card Lets You Copy Pictures from a Camera to a Photo Album via Wi-Fi

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When the world started talking about the paperless office, the amount of paper increased. When the world began adopting wireless technologies, the number of cables increased. There are perfectly logical reasons for both, such as copiers, or battery chargers and USB cables for portable devices. Until this year, digital cameras have brought even more cables […]

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