Web on the Move Thanks to modern technology we can all stay connected to the web while we’re on the move. Mobile broadband has transformed the way many of us stay online and with services becoming better all the time there has never been a more suitable way of enjoying what the web has to offer. Picking the right device to stay mobile with though can be a little trickier. … [Read more...] about Web On The Move – Which Internet Gadget Should I Buy ?
Acer lures all Ferrari lovers with brand new smartphone in collaboration with the Italian sports car company; Acer is out to reveal the latest device based on Google’s Android 2.1 [éclair] OS. But it is yet to be seen if the handset is able to receive the updated Android 2.2. Handset which is named Liquid E Ferrari turns out to be only a limited edition device from the … [Read more...] about Acer-Ferrari Liquid E Ferrari Review, Price, Color – Where To Buy?
Panasonic has brought out the Lumix, their initial venture, in succession to its line of cameras. Speaking about the connection with cameras is a hint to depict the 13.2 mega pixel CMOS sensor camera and a 3.3" VGA LCD. It bears almost the same weight as the iPhone, but double its thickness at 17.7mm. Characterizing a mobile version of Panasonic’s Venus Engine image chip, you … [Read more...] about Panasonic Lumix Phone Availability, Price, Review, Features
IP Messenger is a light weight, less resource utilizing, extremely simple to use LAN messenger which is available for various platforms. No server set up hassle, nothing of that sort will trouble you. Configure it once and you are all set to use it without any hiccups. There are options like lock which will let you know if the user you sent the message to has read your … [Read more...] about Best, Effective, Free, Light Weight, IP Messenger for LAN
Even though it’s been almost a week since am OpenSUSE up to the point of writing this, I was still hunting for a dictionary/thesaurus for KDE. Also there are a ton of Firefox extensions for dictionary but I prefer a stand alone one that pops with a Ctr+Alt+W. Also since I don’t have/want OpenOffice (I don’t find much use for it), I could not use the Thesaurus and Dictionary … [Read more...] about A brief look at Dictionary Apps for Linux