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Monday, January 22, 2007


Apple Photo Booth Fun.

Photos: Show and Tell For Adults

So you have a camera phone, if your like most people the best you can do is show your friends the photo you took on your phone. This happens for two reasons, one you didn't want to shell out the extra $80 dollars for the cord to connect to your PC (don't blame ya). Second you don't know how to send the photo because it seems like if you don't have the same service you can't receive them. Well RADAR is here, it is a site where you create a network of friends that can view your pics privately. Unlike myspace or flicker these photos can only be viewed by your "friends" network. This is a fun way to show your friends what you are doing.

For the "on the go" couch potato:

The LG VX9400 REVIEW with Verizon's V Cast Mobile TV is your ultimate phone if you never want to miss a show. Unlike downloadable video's and streaming video currently available this programming will be broadcast independently and will match standard TV resolution. There is no buffering or download time, and the audio/video sync is supposed to be almost perfect. The service will be an additional $15 a month and will include CBS, NBC, FOX, ESPN, and MTV.

The future of Computers:

Laptops are getting faster smaller and have more storage space than the average person needs. Soon the average household will use laptops instead of desktops because of space, and instead of a laptop for travel people will use some thing similar to the OQO. This is the world's smallest windows vista capable PC. It is about the same size as a Sony PSP (5.6" x 3.3" x 1") and boasts 1.5 GHz CPU, 60 GB hard drive, and 1GB of RAM. This can do just about everything a laptop can do. It can also go online at the same speed as a laptop.

Future Technology: Radio Frequency Energy

All these hand held gadgets are great but the batteries usually don't last long; well get ready for Power Cast REVIEWS. Power Cast is a radio frequency that is transmitted wirelessly to small devices and continuously recharges the battery. This technology will be out at the end of this year.

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