“MacNN | AT&T plans to link iPhone to U-verse services
AT&T’s position as exclusive carrier for the iPhone will contribute to the new technology. Voice mail messages will be accessible from the user’s TV screen, while DVR recordings will be transferable to the phone”…. <More>
Category Archives: iPod
“MacNN | AT&T plans to link iPhone to U-verse services
Talk can’t get any cheaper than with Talkster, the only service providing free long distance, international and group conference calls from any phone on any network
Not another phone company, but a new kind of phone company—one that boasts an open platform that enables developers to easily integrate voice into almost any kind of Web application and powerhouse partnerships with salesforce.com and Adobe”…. <WIRELESS INNOVATIONS 2008>2008
“From You Tube: To hear Neonode’s director of marketing Daniel Stalbo talk about his company’s patented infrared light grid technology reminds me of what it takes to be an art thief who doesn’t disrupt the cross-thatched beams of light used to protect multimillion-dollar works of art. In principle, its a similar grid of light beams that’s behind Neonode’s claim that it’s touchscreen technology is better than the rest. At the Consumer Electronics Show, TechWebTV’s David Berlind finds out what’s special about the technology”…. <www.neonode.com/>
Here’s Some info about the Morph:
Nanotechnology on the palm of your hands – The mobile handset is said to have 10,000 transistors in a single fly hair made possible with Nanotechnology
Self-cleaning – made with dirt and water-proof material that just lets foreign substances to just slip away
Stratchable – the whole gadget can be shaped according to the user’s preference made possible with it’s nanoscale structure that lets it’s components to be stretched
Wearable – can be turned into a bracelet that can change it’s design according to the user’s preference “…. <More>
From Seller’s Website “Solar powered MP4 Player Gadget has fashion sense, high-tech capacity, and the design idea of proctecting our enviroment all in one package. It was created with the design idea of saving energy, and at the same time maximizing the MP4 experience. No changing of the battery. Just use the sun to recharge it”…. <More>
“It’s called Pogo Stylus and is specially designed to “replace your finger” on your beloved handset (or an iPod Touch). By now, you’ve probably figured it’s not an ordinary stylus, but a thicker one, made from ultra-light aluminum and specially designed to “emulate your finger” along the way”…. Via <intomobile.com>
Question: “Ubiquitous connectivity – WiFi ? WiMax ? or Cellular?
What do you see as the next coming up technology for ubiquitous connectivity? WiFi or WiMax or 3G or EVDO ? Any other ? Will the emergence of this technology be region specific ? If so, which one is likely to be the one in Asia, US and Europe ?
Part of Answer # 1
“What do you see as the next coming up technology for ubiquitous connectivity? WiFi or WiMax or 3G or EVDO ? Any other ? Will the emergence of this technology be region specific ? If so, which one is likely to be the one in Asia, US and Europe ?
“The big question is – can WiMAX catch up w or replace Cellular adoption and maturity? Intel and Samsung would like to make it the big connect-anywhere feature for new UMPC’s, but I note that for instance Sprint just delayed its planned US rollout – so we have to wait and see.
Korean WiBro is a Govt supported service up and running, and I have heard that Indian operators will now look to WiMAX for gaining cheap RoW into cities and across slums areas instead of trenching-in fiber”…. Via Linked In Answers
“What makes these two devices so special? Both offer wide-screen video playback, a Wi-Fi Internet browser, the ability to play Internet video content from YouTube, wireless music purchases, a music player, photo viewer, video player, and much more. To find out which of these futuristic devices is the one true king of portable media players, we’ll pit them against each other in five bloody rounds in a no-holds gadget war. Hide the kids–this could get ugly”…. <More>
The MC SquareMP3 Player is also brainwave management device (Light and sound impulses are supposed to stimulate brainwaves) enhancing mental concentration and sharpening memory power using the supplied goggles….. More @ GizmoWatch
Universal Charger – Power virtually all your electronic devices. Works out of the box with most common mobile phones, MP3 players, and GPS units – simply change the adaptor tip.
Stores Power – Charge your devices anytime, day or night. Internal rechargeable battery stores power for up to one year. (A full Solio H1000 will charge a typical mobile phone once or give 10 hours of MP3 music – just 1 hour of sunshine = 15 minutes talk time or 40 minutes of MP3 music).*
Hybrid Charger – Charge anywhere on Earth. Plug into the Sun and charge Solio through its solar panel, it’s free and green! Or use the included tip to charge from the USB port of any computer from $79.99 < at the Solio Shop>.
“Though the PC OS wars were brutal and delivered many clashes over the years, the smartphone OS war may make those battles seem tame. This time, the stakes are even higher, as the market for digital devices is four to five times larger in terms of units. So, which operating-system makers will be the major vendors vying for supremacy in the smartphone market over the next five to eight years? —next: The Contenders > >>> <More>
“Sharp has announced a new touchscreen LCD that not only rivals the iPhone’s multi-touch display (manufactured by Balda), but blows it out of the water. The new tech is based on optical sensors built right into the display, as opposed to the Balda-made screen’s capacitive technology. Sharp claims that this results in a display that is not only thinner (1 mm – making more room for advanced components and allowing for slimmer devices), but can actually double as an optical scanner”…. <More>
Also See: “In this light, Sharp developed its proprietary System LCD technology to successfully embed an optical sensor used in devices like scanners in each pixel of the LCD panel. This technology eliminates the need for films, resulting in a thinner, beautifully clear screen display compared to conventional touch screens. In addition, tactile recognition based on simultaneously touching multiple points on the screen is now possible, a feature previously difficult to implement. For example, users can easily tap the screen with two fingers to enlarge or reduce a displayed map. Also, the scanner function can be used to scan in a business card placed on top of the screen, and further improvements to this function are expected to enable fingerprint authentication in the future”… <More>
I have received hundreds of emails from iPhone customers who are upset about Apple dropping the price of iPhone by $200 two months after it went on sale. After reading every one of these emails, I have some observations and conclusions.
First, I am sure that we are making the correct decision to lower the price of the 8GB iPhone from $599 to $399, and that now is the right time to do it. iPhone is a breakthrough product, and we have the chance to ‘go for it’ this holiday season. iPhone is so far ahead of the competition, and now it will be affordable by even more customers. It benefits both Apple and every iPhone user to get as many new customers as possible in the iPhone ‘tent’. We strongly believe the $399 price will help us do just that this holiday season”…. <More>
iPod Touch – A guided Tour
Via The Economist: “With its immunity from interference from buildings, easy co-existence with other forms of radio transmission and an ability to transmit live video streams at gigabit per second speeds over short distances, UWB has had more than its share of hype. But the technology—at least in its guise as a wireless version of the ubiquitous USB cable used to connect computers and cameras to printers and other peripherals—has been catching on fast, as a rival (and perhaps complement) to Bluetooth.So much so, laptop makers like Lenovo and Dell have been hard pressed to meet demand for their latest models that come with UWB connections built in”….. Full Article
“The Solam SL-828. It is a normal MP3 player with FM radio and supports MP3 and WMA playback. But what makes it special was its FM transmitter. It has a wireless audio transmission with frequency range 87.5MHz – 108.0MHz (0.1MHz interval), 206 frequencies optional. This allows player to transmit songs to your car stereo. Solam SL-828 MP3 player measures 60 x 20 x 12 mm and it’s available for $40 (512MB) and $49 (1GB)”….. <More>
Belkin’s Wireless USB hub has a dongle with an antenna (left), giving a PC Wireless USB abilities. This communicates with a wireless hub with four regular USB ports (right), allowing older wired devices to use the technology. (Credit: Belkin)”…. <More>
First Look: Franklin Wireless USB EVDO Card
“This revolutionary product will enable Tablet PC and Mac laptop and desktop users that do not have a PCMCIA card slot to connect to the Internet or company information with broadband-like download speeds using Sprint Mobile Broadband Services operating on the Sprint Power Vision Network. Not much information is out on this card but our early tests have shown remarkable speeds! Previous ultra mobile portables have had the “ball and chain” by tethering their EVDO phones/pda’s but now those days are over and it looks like Sprint beat everyone to the punch!”…. <More>
“Launched in early 2007, the Sound-Fly differs from most FM-based music transmitters in two major areas. It’s one of the few models which does not ship with a brand-specific dock and it doubles as a standalone MP3/WMA music player. The former is actually a better design taking into consideration the myriad proprietary jacks featured on different MP3 players”…. <More>
” Nothing fancy or revolutionary. Just a simple iPod music player and a simple phone to make calls. Wouldn’t that be a great device?