Tuesday, July 31, 2007
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Sunday, July 29, 2007
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Friday, July 27, 2007
What's in my NEW gadget bag? Nokia N95, Nokia E61, 8GB iPod Nano, Blackberry Curve, Sony PSP, WiFi seeker, compass, extra batteries, 2GB micro SD, 1GB Sony micro vault tiny, ballpen, GPS locator and small tech-toys for well-behaved children :). My phone for mobile blogging stays in my pocket. The Samsonite bag is Canon's giveaway to the members of the press who attended their event last night -- The Canon ImageNation Fair.
Thursday, July 26, 2007
Tuesday, July 24, 2007
It automatically detects and configures Cable or DSL internet connection. Security features include WPA, WEP, Privacy Separator, Intrusion Detector, and SPI firewall. It could also function as an access point. Photo shows the AirStation sitting on my desk, I configured it wirelessly using the HP Pavilion zv5016.
Monday, July 23, 2007
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Saturday, July 21, 2007
Friday, July 20, 2007
The Blackberry Curve is the smallest and lightest full QWERTY BlackBerry handset, featuring a smooth and friendly design and delivering the renowned BlackBerry email and messaging experience, premium phone features, intuitive trackball navigation system, 2 megapixel camera, fast web browsing and powerful multimedia capabilities.
"Globe has always been at the forefront of innnovation and the new BlackBerry Curve, with its power and simplicity, is an innovative and attractive mobile solution for our corporate clients," said Jesus C. Romero, Head of the Enterprise Business Group. "Globe customers can now stay connected to the people and information that matter most, using a BlackBerry mobile solution that is both stylish and functional.
"The BlackBerry Curve is a powerful and easy-to-use communications tool that helps people be more productive and successful in their personal and professional lives" said Norm Lo, RIM Vice President for Asia Pacific. "The BlackBerry Curve combines an impressive array of features that are important to mobile professionals and we are very pleased to be working with Globe to bring this well-balanced handset to the Philippine market".
Thursday, July 19, 2007
I went to visit Capt. Norberto Tapia last night at the Makati Medical Center and saw this weird looking contraption at the elevator. The unfriendly staff of MMC told me that it's an Image Intensifier.
"X-Ray Image Intensifiers are converting and amplifying a minimum amount of X-ray quanta into visible light providing high detail and high contrast images. Shortly after X-ray image intensifiers were invented, Siemens started to develop their own intensifiers."
Below are some of the latest gadgets in the Technews Lab.
Claimed by JVC to be the first consumer full High-Definition 3-CCD camcorder capable of shooting and recording full HD images (1920 x 1080i). Released on April 2007, this camcorder features a Fujinon lens used in broadcast video cameras. Photo shows the GZ-HD7 beside some of the smaller gadgets and gizmos in the Technews Lab in Intramuros.
Just introduced May of this year the NAS-50HDE aka Gigajuke is for music fanatics with large music collection. The GigaJuke simplifies storage of your music collection without the need for a PC. It stores, labels, and organizes music in its 80GB internal hard drive. The device can transfer music directly to the WALKMAN or other portable audio players including the latest Sony Ericsson phones without the help of a PC.