Archive for September, 2010
For those of you who are interested in Android phones but still find Apple’s products more magical, Sony Ericsson just released a gizmo that might just be the thing for you, its called the Live View and its a small micro display piece of hardware that links up to your Sony Ericsson android phone and gives you the option to control your phone’s music, see Twitter, RSS and Facebook updates and see incoming calls with the small device. it is an 1,3″colour OLED display, 128×128 pixels and comes with a watch band mount which makes it smaller than the new iPod nano.
Interested enough and want to read more, you can read more about this at CNN’s Fortune tech to read the full article:
If you have an iPhone 4 you may want to take advantage of the retina display feature and customize your phone with some high definition wallpapers. The website aleptu features this post that contains some very cool iPhone 4 retina display wallpaper you can find them by following this link:
The phone market is filling up with android phones. HTC, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, T-Mobile, Motorola as well as Google have a phone out that makes use of the Android OS, or in other terms any mobile phone company that wants to compete in the smart phone market against Apple’s iPhone.
With all this Android phone diversity, if you are looking to get one but don’t know which one to get, you might be interested in the following article by tech radar check it out:
Looking for an Apple Time Capsule like storage device that will work with your Windows?
Well look no further because LaCie is releasing Wireless space which combines a Wireless router with network attached storage in a stylish box designed by Neil Poulton. The device can work as a wireless access point so you can use it as a router, can stream digital contents to UPnP/DLNA-compliant network players and iTunes, and not only that; the Wireless Space comes bundled with Genie Timeline 2.1 the latest in backup technology. Genie Timeline 2.1 utilizes the wireless capabilities of the Wireless Space to create the first Windows Time Machine, backing up continuously to the device, creating points in time to go back to and restore either any or every file you want. Farfetched? Believe it! The Wireless Space will be available in October, with its 1TB version costing around $230 so if you are looking into buying one, and we suspect you probably are, the device comes with an upgrade discount to the Professional version of Genie Timeline 2.1, ask for that to benefit from all the features of the most powerful yet simple backup solution in the market.
To read more about LaCie’s Wireless Space you can follow any of these links:
We here at Genie-soft produced this video to help people better understand the purpose and functionality of the Genie Timeline 2.1™ product. We are very happy to have released this amazing product that is going to make backup accessible to anyone as well as stress the importance of having a backup program on every computer.
Genie Timeline 2.1™ is simple, automatic backup for home users, professional users and businesses looking to fully protect their machines against all possible threats. Doesn’t matter if it’s a crash, virus, wrong drivers, or you just accidentally removed something; a backup ensures that you can restore your system back with no problems.