Quarta-feira, 28 de Fevereiro de 2007

Nokia N800 Internet Tablet

The thought of an internet tablet is, at least at first, a confusing one. It's not a notebook, or a PDA, or smartphone, but rather an oddity that takes aspects of each and mashs them into a single device. On the surface it is hard to pin down just what the device is. It is not a phone, but it's made by Nokia and it can be used for making and receiving calls. Similarly, it's not a notebook, but it is a portable computer than runs Linux. While this may all seem odd at first, the internet tablet is just the product a lot of people have been waiting for, whether or not they know it.

So what is an internet tablet? In the case of Nokia's N800 it is a 5.7" x 2.95" x 0.5" portable device that weighs just under half a pound. It runs Linux on a platform known as Internet Tablet OS 2007 edition and is powered by 330-MHz Texas Instruments OMAP 2420 processor along with 128MB RAM and 2568MB flash storage. Viewing is done on an 800x480 display that takes up almost the entire front of the device.

The N800 is actually Nokia's second generation internet tablet. The previous model, the 770, is still for sale (for $40 cheaper than the N800). The older model has a slightly larger, has a less elegant design, and lacks the N800's on-board camera as well as its second flash card expansion slot. The N800 has double the RAM and onboard storage of the 770 as well as a new processor. Both devices run the Internet Tablet operating system, which is based on Debian, though the newer model has been upgraded to the 2007 version. Aside from a few tweaks the controls on the devices are basically the same, though the N800 is overall a much more refined product. While the 770 was largely a toy for enthusiasts, the N800 seems ready for much wider adoption.


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Terça-feira, 27 de Fevereiro de 2007

Nokia N95 finaly with me (or atleast part of it)

I don't know how on earth this happen, but some chinese manufacturer maneged to make an authentic cover of the Nokia N95 when it still was in the code name Nokia N83, really weird, and I got hang of it in a shop... Cool!

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Cheaper phone calls...

Trust me – it does work. Make International phone calls from UK at the cost of local calls. Works when calling from a UK landline or mobile – not from a international mobile on roaming.

Now make personal or private calls from work or elsewhere without anyone knowing whom or where you are calling overseas. The only trace it leaves is that of a local number.

You can pass this info to your friends, relatives and colleagues living or traveling to UK and save it for when you travel yourself.

I don’t know if you are aware but I just heard of this incredible way to make very cheap international calls from United Kingdom and thus affect huge savings. This is totally hassle free and needs no registration nor any account for deposit nor any kind of sign up. No need to open an account or give any credit card details or get yet another bill.

All one has to do is call up an Access Number relevant for the country you wish to call and then call “00” followed by the “country code” and the number itself. You would be prompted by voice instructions after you dial up the access number but you need not waste time and can dial the destination number preceded by “00” at any time during the prompt.

The procedure is simple –

1. Dial the access number (0844 570 9678 for India) from your mobile phone or land line

2. Once you get through there will be a recorded message

3. No need to waste time and hear the recorded message…. Instead

4. Dial “00” “country code you wish to dial (91 for India)” “city code and number or mobile number in India”

5. Wait for 30-35 seconds while your number gets connected – you will hear the number dialed ringing. E

So basically, when you make a call via the access numbers given below, you only pay for calling the relevant access numbers. It is your service provider (British Telecom or mobile operator or whomsoever you use) that will charge you. So for example, if you made a 5 minute call to India from a BT phone, then next time you get your BT bill you would see a call to our 0844 number, a duration of 5 minutes and a charge of 25p and absolutely no other charges. Simple!

Just to satisfy your curiosity, the people providing this service make money because they are passed along a small margin from BT. It's as simple as that.

Check out - http://www.freewebs.com/telecomdeals/accessnumberrates.htm

Keep this link for future and check regularly for reduced rates (and hence different access numbers) as rates come down sometimes.

Access number 0844 431 2294 OR 0844 431 2295 (3p per minute)

Argentina; Canada; Canada, Mobile; Chile; Estonia; Finland; France; Germany; Greece; Iceland; Indonesia Jakarta; Monaco; Norway; Slovenia; Spain; Thailand Bangkok; Turkey Istanbul; USA; USA, Mobile; Vatican City; Venezuela; Argentina Buenos Aires; Cyprus; Denmark; Hungary; Ireland; Italy; Korea South; Panama; Portugal; Russia Moscow; San Marino; Austria; Bangladesh Dhaka; Belgium; Brazil Rio De Janeiro; Brazil Sao Paulo; Czech Republic; Gibraltar; Luxembourg; Netherlands; New Zealand; Peru Lima; Poland; Sweden; Switzerland; Thailand; Colombia Bogota

Access number 0844 904 4075 OR 0844 904 4076 (4p per minute)

Andorra; Bahamas; Croatia; French Antilles; Guadeloupe; Iran Tehran; Mongolia, Mobile; Bahamas, Mobile; Brunei; Mariana Islands, Mobile; Russia, Mobile; Slovakia; Turkey; Zambia; Iran Tehran; Bangladesh; Bangladesh Dhaka, Mobile; Brazil; Brunei, Mobile; Bulgaria; Mariana Islands; Mongolia; Nigeria Lagos; Russia

Access number 0844 570 9678 OR 0870 794 5043 (5p per minute)

India; India, Mobile; Bangladesh, Mobile; Bermuda; Costa Rica, Mobile; Cyprus North, Mobile; Cyprus, Mobile; Dominican Republic; Guam; Hong Kong, Mobile; India; India, Mobile; Indonesia; Liechtenstein; Macao; Malaysia, Mobile; Nigeria; Pakistan; Serbia & Montenegro; Singapore; Taiwan; Thailand Bangkok, Mobile; Thailand, Mobile; Algeria; Australia; Bermuda, Mobile; Bolivia Santa Cruz; China; China, Mobile; Colombia; Costa Rica; Ghana; Guam, Mobile; Israel; Korea South, Mobile; Malaysia; Mexico; Pakistan, Mobile; Peru; South Africa; Uruguay; Zimbabwe; Cyprus North; Saudi Arabia Jeddah; Armenia; Bolivia Cochabamba; Georgia; Hong Kong; Israel, Mobile; Japan; Latvia; Lithuania; Macao, Mobile; Mexico Mexico City; Paraguay Asuncion; Puerto Rico; Puerto Rico, Mobile; Romania; San Marino, Mobile; Singapore, Mobile; Taiwan, Mobile; UK National; US Virgin Islands; US Virgin Islands, Mobile; Uzbekistan; Saudi Arabia Riyadh

Access number 0871 751 2226 OR 0871 751 2227 (6p per minute)

Burundi; Gabon Republic, Mobile; Malawi, Mobile;

Access number 0871 801 2327 OR 0871 801 2328 (7p per minute)

French Guiana; Iraq; Jamaica; Swaziland; Swaziland, Mobile; Ukraine Kiev; Albania; Benin; Benin, Mobile; Burundi, Mobile; Colombia, Mobile; Kuwait, Mobile; Gabon Republic; Iran; Jordan; Laos; Uzbekistan, Mobile;

Access number 0871 552 2226 OR 0871 552 2227 (8p per minute)

American Samoa; American Samoa, Mobile; Bolivia, Mobile; Brazil, Mobile; Comoros, Mobile; Kuwait; Kyrgyzstan; Togo; Bolivia; Botswana; Cocos Island; Comoros; Jordan, Mobile; Kyrgyzstan, Mobile; Trinidad & Tobago, Mobile; Ukraine; El Salvador, Mobile; Laos, Mobile; Namibia;

Access number 0871 341 2269 OR 0871 341 2270 (9p per minute)

El Salvador; Guinea; Macedonia; Sri Lanka; Bahrain; Saint Vincent; Uganda; Iran, Mobile; Kenya; Malta; Niger Republic; Paraguay; Trinidad & Tobago; Ukraine Kiev, Mobile; Ukraine, Mobile; Zimbabwe, Mobile; Mexico Mexico City, Mobile; Mexico, Mobile

Access number 0871 570 5680 OR 0871 570 9382 (10p per minute)

Argentina Buenos Aires, Mobile; Argentina, Mobile; Australia, Mobile; Cayman Islands; Congo; Dominican Republic, Mobile; Guatemala; Guinea, Mobile; Indonesia Jakarta, Mobile; Mauritius, Mobile; Moldova; Netherlands Antilles; Philippines; Rwanda; Saudi Arabia; Tajikstan, Mobile; Uganda, Mobile; Vietnam; Aruba; Barbados; Central African Rep, Mobile; Czech Republic, Mobile; Ivory Coast; Japan, Mobile; Kazakhstan; Mauritius; Mozambique; Panama, Mobile; Paraguay, Mobile; Philippines, Mobile; Rodriguez Islands; Rodriguez Islands, Mobile; Sierra Leone; Turkey, Mobile; Zambia, Mobile; Algeria, Mobile; Central African Rep; Ecuador; Georgia, Mobile; Ghana, Mobile; Guatemala, Mobile; Indonesia, Mobile; Iraq, Mobile; Lebanon; Mali Republic; Mali Republic, Mobile; Mozambique, Mobile; Niger Republic, Mobile; Paraguay Asuncion, Mobile; Poland, Mobile; Sri Lanka, Mobile; Togo, Mobile; Turkmenistan; Vietnam, Mobile;

Access number 0905 306 5554 OR 0905 306 9384 (15p per minute)

Angola; Antigua; Armenia, Mobile; Aruba, Mobile; Azerbaijan, Mobile; Bhutan; Burkina Faso; Cambodia; Cameroon, Mobile; Cayman Islands, Mobile; Chad Republic, Mobile; Croatia, Mobile; Dominica; Ecuador, Mobile; France, Mobile; French Polynesia, Mobile; Gambia; Grenada; Hungary, Mobile; Ireland, Mobile; Ivory Coast, Mobile; Jamaica, Mobile; Kazakhstan, Mobile; Libya; Lithuania, Mobile; Madagascar, Mobile; Oman, Mobile; Saint Kitts, Mobile; Saudi Arabia, Mobile; Senegal Republic; Seychelles; Seychelles, Mobile; Slovakia, Mobile; South Africa, Mobile; Spain, Mobile; Sudan, Mobile; Sweden, Mobile; Syria, Mobile; Tajikstan; Tanzania, Mobile; Tunisia; Tunisia, Mobile; Uk Mobile O2; Uk Mobile Vodafone; Uk Mobile Orange; Uk Mobile T-Mobile; United Arab Emirates, Mobile; Albania, Mobile; Antigua, Mobile; Austria, Mobile; Bahrain, Mobile; Belize; Bhutan, Mobile; Bosnia and Herz.; Cambodia, Mobile; Cameroon; Chile, Mobile; Congo, Mobile; Denmark, Mobile; Egypt, Mobile; Faeroe Islands; Finland, Mobile; French Guiana, Mobile; French Polynesia; Germany, Mobile; Greece, Mobile; Italy, Mobile; Madagascar; Montserrat; Netherlands Antilles, Mobile; Netherlands, Mobile; Nicaragua; Nigeria Lagos, Mobile; Nigeria, Mobile; Saint Kitts; Saint Lucia; Turks & Caicos; Turks & Caicos, Mobile; United Arab Emirates; Venezuela Caracas, Mobile; Venezuela, Mobile; Yemen, Mobile; Zimbabwe Mobile Econet; Anguilla; Anguilla, Mobile; Azerbaijan; Barbados, Mobile; British Virgin Island; British Virgin Island, Mobile; Burkina Faso, Mobile; Chad Republic; Egypt; Faeroe Islands, Mobile; Gambia, Mobile; Latvia, Mobile; Libya, Mobile; Montserrat, Mobile; Morocco; Norway, Mobile; Oman; Portugal, Mobile; Rwanda, Mobile; Sierra Leone, Mobile; Sudan; Tanzania; Turkmenistan, Mobile; Yemen;

Access number 0905 257 5584 OR 0905 257 9229 (20p per minute)

Afghanistan; Afghanistan, Mobile; Belarus; Bosnia and Herz., Mobile; Equatorial Guinea; Equatorial Guinea, Mobile; Ethiopia, Mobile; Fiji Islands; Gibraltar, Mobile; Guyana, Mobile; Honduras, Mobile; Iceland, Mobile; Lebanon, Mobile; Liberia; Liberia, Mobile; Liechtenstein, Mobile; Macedonia, Mobile; Maldives; Mauritania; Monaco, Mobile; Morocco, Mobile; Namibia, Mobile; Nepal; Nicaragua, Mobile; Slovenia, Mobile; Suriname; Suriname, Mobile; Switzerland, Mobile; Tonga Islands, Mobile; Andorra, Mobile; Angola, Mobile; Belgium, Mobile; Belize, Mobile; Cape Verde Island; Dominica, Mobile; Eritrea, Mobile; Fiji Islands, Mobile; Grenada, Mobile; Honduras; Kenya, Mobile; Lesotho; Lesotho, Mobile; Luxembourg, Mobile; Mauritania, Mobile; Saint Vincent, Mobile; Senegal Republic, Mobile; Syria; Tonga Islands; Uruguay, Mobile; Palestine, Mobile; Palestine; Belarus, Mobile; Botswana, Mobile; Bulgaria, Mobile; Cape Verde Island, Mobile; Eritrea; Estonia, Mobile; Ethiopia; Haiti; Haiti, Mobile; Maldives, Mobile; Moldova, Mobile; New Zealand, Mobile; Peru, Mobile; Reunion Island, Mobile; Romania, Mobile; Saint Lucia, Mobile; Serbia & Montenegro, Mobile; Uk Mobile 3;

Access number 0905 474 5501 OR 0905 474 8325 (25p per minute)

Dem Rep Of Congo; Djibouti, Mobile; French Antilles, Mobile; Guyana; Micronesia; Micronesia, Mobile; New Caledonia, Mobile; Qatar; Dem Rep Of Congo, Mobile; Guadeloupe, Mobile; Nepal, Mobile; Qatar, Mobile; Malta, Mobile; New Caledonia;

Access number 0905 032 5421 OR 0905 032 5882 (35p per minute)

Marshall Island, Mobile; Ascension Island, Mobile; Christmas Island, Mobile; Palau; Palau, Mobile; Wallis & Futuna; Wallis & Futuna, Mobile; Ascension Island; Christmas Island; Djibouti; Greenland; Korea North; Korea North, Mobile; Marshall Island; Western Samoa; Western Samoa, Mobile;

Access number 0905 091 5768 (50p per minute)

Cook Islands; Cuba Guantanamo; Falkland Islands; Greenland, Mobile; Kiribati, Mobile; Papua New Guinea, Mobile; Somalia, Mobile; Tuvalu, Mobile; Vanuatu; Cuba; Guinea Bissau; Guinea Bissau, Mobile; Kiribati; Papua New Guinea; Somalia; Diego Garcia, Mobile; Cook Islands, Mobile; Falkland Islands, Mobile; Vanuatu, Mobile; Diego Garcia;

Access number 0905 152 5708 (60p per minute)

Antarctica, Mobile; Cuba Guantanamo, Mobile; Nauru; Nauru, Mobile; Niue, Mobile; Solomon Islands, Mobile; Antarctica; Cuba, Mobile; East Timor, Mobile; Sao Tome; Sao Tome, Mobile; East Timor; Niue; Tuvalu;

Access number 0905 074 5694 (75p per minute)

Saint Helena; Solomon Islands; Saint Helena, Mobile;

Special Instructions for Calling from Mobiles

Dialing manually as per instructions above always works. However, If you are calling from a mobile phone, you should dial the relevant access number, then, insert a pause (instructions on inserting pause given below) and then enter the “00” country code and number. After connecting to the access number, the destination number will be sent and after approx 10-15 seconds you will be connected to the destination number. However, this method does not always work in which case you should simply use the manual dial method.

{The method to insert a pause in a mobile phone depends on the make of your phone –

Nokia Phones: A 'p' should appear after * has been pressed 3 times: ie 0870 794 5043 (*** will show a 'p')

Siemens/Panasonic Phones: A '+' should appear after 0 has been pressed and held.

Motorola/Ericsson Phones / Sony: A 'p' should appear after * has been pressed and held.}

In fact, you can save your phone number in your mobile phone in this manner itself. So, the next time you call internationally through your mobile phone, you automatically get the benefit of the cheaper rates and savings.


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Domingo, 25 de Fevereiro de 2007

Citizen's VIRT W700 Bluetooth watch gets a facelift, remains ugly as sin

We applaud the effort, we truly do, but the masterminds behind Citizen's VIRT W700 Bluetooth watch should seriously consider a sabbatical to think about just how ugly their creations really are. Sure, we've seen worse in terms of brutal fashion miscues, but for a watch that sports such an elegant feature list, the unsightliness is almost unforgivable. Nevertheless, for those who aren't out to garner new friends with their wrist attire, the revamped W700 does smooth a few of the awkward lines found in the original rendition, and aside from syncing with your Bluetooth handset, it offers up on-screen caller ID, an OLED display, a vibration feature to alert you of an incoming call, lockable contact list, and a privacy feature to set your outgoing information to unavailable. The backlit display also flips out if you wander too far from your mobile, essentially doubling as a nifty cellphone finder after a long night of partying, and considering that a full charge will last you around five days, you can survive a week off without your AC adapter. Slated to hit the Japanese market next month for a currently undisclosed price, Citizen's latest VIRTs will be landing in blue, black, and the female favorite, pink.


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CUin5 Concept Phone

Description from the concept creator,

How about a handset in which every face carries a keypad, microphone, and speaker? Imagine grabbing it quickly - from inside your bag, from off a shelf, from under a car seat - and freely interacting with it without needing to turn it over or align it right side up? This was the line of thinking that over several years led me finally to conceive of CUin5. Whichever surface you touch first becomes active and aglow, while the others lock in place. Talk from a wide surface. Talk from the edge. See beyond its limitations and read the poetry between the lines.


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Phone softwares for computers- Very Useful!


Description: BlueSoleil is a center for the easy wireless life on your PC or laptop. With 3Mbps data speed feature, users can experience better music quality with Bluetooth EDR Stereo AV headset and Bluetooth keyboard/mouse running together.
By using a Bluetooth radio dongle, BlueSoleil (Standard) enables computers form networks and exchange information wirelessly. It also provides computers a fast and reliable wireless connection to mobile phones, headsets, PDAs, LAN Access Points, Printers, Digital Cameras, PC peripherals, and so on.


Remote Desktop for Mobiles

Description: Remote Desktop for Mobiles allows you to access remotely your desktop or laptop computer from Java powered phones and Symbian mobiles. You can send and receive emails, surf web, edit documents in word processor, copy, cut, paste files or folders and do hundreds other things that you typically do sitting in front of your home or office computer. Interface is user-friendly and navigation is simple.


MobTime Cell Phone Manager

Description: MobTime Cell Phone Manager is easy-to-use pc software that helps you manage the content of your mobile phone via data cable, IrDA or Bluetooth dongle. The software supports most famous mobile phones of Nokia, Samsung, SonyEricsson, and Motorola, LG, Siemens and so on.


Nokia PC Suite

Description: Nokia PC Suite is a package of Windows-based PC applications developed especially for use with Nokia phones.

Depending on your phone model, Nokia PC Suite lets you edit, synchronize and back up many of your phone's files on a compatible PC through a cable or wireless connection.


Nokia Software Updater

Description: Keep your phones software up-to-date, or fix a potential operation problem you may have by updating your phone firmware regularly.


Oxygen Phone Manager

Description: Oxygen Phone Manager II lets your PC and Nokia mobile phone communicate with each other using infrared, Bluetooth, DLR-3 cable, DAU-9P compatible cable in FBUS mode and DKU-5 (Pop-Port) cable.

You can load, edit, and rewrite your phonebook, import data from MS Outlook, Lotus Notes, CSV files and export the phonebook back to MS Outlook, Lotus Notes, CSV and other popular formats.

Oxygen Phone Manager II is a program that allows you connect your PC and Nokia GSM phone.

Program has advanced SMS Manager to work with short messages: send text, pictures, ringtones and logos; receive messages; organize SMS folders.

Oxygen Phone Manager II lets your PC and Nokia mobile phone communicate with each other.

SOURCE: 4ever 7710

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Sábado, 24 de Fevereiro de 2007

3G iPhone for Europe

Very few things should surprise us when it comes to talk about the handset Apple has launched during MacWorld in January. Most specifications are already known, the carrier to have the exclusivity in USA is AT&T (the former Cingular) and, generally speaking, everyone knows about everything there is to know about the iPhone, despite it getting a launch date somewhere in the 2nd or 3rd quarter of 2007.

Although most people might consider themselves iPhone specialists ahead of time, there is one information that just arrived regarding its future launch in Europe.

Every mobile user around the world has been quite disappointed to see the iPhone doesn't feature any type of 3G radio, but the rumor
I'm writing about here says the device is probably arriving in Europe as soon as this year's September and, hold your pants because this will totally rock the way you think about Apple's handset, in January a 3G version is also going to be presented to the customers by at least one mobile carrier.

You may wonder why is this revision of the iPhone only targeted at the European markets. This happens mainly because the mobile carriers in USA don't feature wide spread 3G coverage as it happends in Europe. One example is the EDGE enabled network Cingular/AT&T offers its customers, a network that will reach, in theory, data speeds of about 236.8 kbits/s for 4 timeslots or a maximum of 473.6 kbits/s for 8 timeslots.

Those theoretical speeds achievable by the EGDE technology qualify it in the third generation standard. Being already accepted by the International Telecommunications Union in the IMT-2000 family of 3G standards this type of technology would, again in theory, suffice as a reason for Apple to implement those highly desired 3G capabilities in the US iPhone revision.

But, against all the expectations that you might have, the AT&T/Cingular network is far from those theoretical figures because, as they declare on their website, “the Cingular EDGE network is available in more than 13,000 cities and towns and in areas along 40,000 miles of highways. It provides average data speeds between 75-135Kbps.” That is not at all sufficient to consider they have a 3G network (this kind of speed would be better associated with a dial-up network) and this is the reason Apple is so “mean” and doesn't want to deliver 3G enabled iPhone handsets stateside.

I'm sure Apple will not by any means delay the launch of such a device in USA if the carriers are kind enough to offer a lot more 3G coverage than they currently do at the time (I'm watching you Cingular/AT&T!), a fact that will surely get all US residents using a mobile phone a more European-like way of looking at the mobile market.

Contradictory to the way mobile business are conducted in the USA, in Europe the cheaper data rates and the large coverage of 3G networks make the local mobile market an excellent place to launch entire phone line-ups offering quality Internet access solutions. Thus, the largest mobile phone manufacturers always have a special spot in their money loving hearts and, lately, they launched an entire series of Internet and multimedia enabled cellphones.

What is one to expect if this information actually leaves the dark rumor cave it leaves in at the moment and will step in the open with a big “TRUE” stamp on its forehead? The best guess is a 3G iPhone available as soon as January 2008 in Europe, with an added front camera for video calling and, as probably you already know, a 99% possibility to be HSPDA enabled due to the present Apple choice of cellphone networks.


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SlashRumor: Upcoming Pro 700, Pro 800, Samsung M620 for Sprint

While there isn't any detail information on the Pro 700 and Pro 800, the Samsung M620 is the CDMA version of Samsung F300. The new products will be announced soon, and was said to be released in early April.


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The Utterly Stupid Cellphone Ankle Strap

Here comes the next in the series of unbelievably stupid gadgets out there: the cellphone ankle strap! This is an invention allowing you to wear your cellphone strapped around your hand, your ankle or around whatever limb you think is good enough to carry your handset and make you look cool as you've never thought it is possible.

Gary Fortson, the genius behind this incredibly 'useful device', recommends it for when you go on trips, play golf, for mountain biking and other such adventurous activities and gives us all a delightful advice: “Get Yo Strap On!”.

This strap is meant for both male
and female costumers but the ones that will surely take the most out of it will be the women because they will not only be able to wear their phones in some easy reachable places (arm, elbow, ankle, probably neck :) ) but they also can match it to whatever they wear at a certain time by attaching charms, cellphone jewelry and other crazy things like those. Guess what? “Customizing the CPC Strap is limited only by your imagination!” You don't say!

If you think of a way to name the action of wearing this CPC Strap, think no more because its inventor has already thought about that for you and he has come up with this. When you wear two cellphone straps carrying around two different handsets this is called the 'Vette Style' and in case you'll be wearing it around your ankle together with some fancy looking, mind blowing, eye distracting pearl charm (silver, gold or anything else you'd prefer) it's called the 'Ricca Style'. Just think about you going out and when your friend is calling to ask you how will you be dressing you smile devilishly and tell him (her): “Ricca Style my friend! Ricca Style!”.

Let's end the irony, everyone group around me and say it to Gary straight in the face: that thing is a total cr*p! If I were you (the one standing in front of the screen, reading this article), I would keep my hands off of it and try not even to think about it. It will surely be enough seeing people on the street wearing it, I'm sure you don't want to think about every moment of the day and slap yourself silly just because you're a member of the same species as the individual that has thought about it in the first place.


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Quinta-feira, 22 de Fevereiro de 2007

National Geographic Presents Global Mobile Phone

Many people who have been traveling abroad have found it quite difficult to call at home due to expensive rates and there really is need for a mobile service that would offer some friendlier tariffs.

National Geographic Talk Abroad Phone has recently been launched and it targets exactly the type of user that travels a lot, and
which can now access a service that allows talking at an affordable price. National Geographic's phone is a quad-band handset and design-wise that looks like it's been designed several years ago.

But because this particular phone is very useful, one can pretty much ignore the design and think about functionality.

According to National Geographic, the phone is “a reliable international cell phone solution that makes it easy and affordable for anyone going overseas to have the safety and convenience of a cell phone”.

The user will be able to receive calls in more than 100 countries worldwide while maintaining one personal cellular number. It can be successfully used by international students, travelers or people on vacation and it doesn't imply any contract. Travelers can also get free incoming calls in most international markets.

The national Geographic phone can be purchased for $199, price that includes 30 minutes of free outgoing talk time or rent at $49 a week. A SIM card is available for $79 including 30 minutes of free outgoing talk time and can be purchased at select mobile telephone stores.

The service also comes with a 24-hour 7-days a week dedicated customer service that the user can call to ask questions, add minutes or order a mobile phone. National Geographic Talk Abroad Travel phone will be available starting March this year.


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