January 22, 2012

SPAREONE : the mobile phone for emergency

SpareOne is a phone that was created as a backup phone, or used in an emergency.

The main feature here is to use 1 piece of ordinary dry batteries (Dry Battery) type AA we could buy in the shop next door but even this is not necessary because SpareOne already provides an Energizer Ultimate Lithium batteries that can last up to 15 years and when used can be used for time talk to 10 hours.
15-year battery life is very important, considering SpareOne only used in emergencies, we do not need to worry if 5 or 10 years away unused.
SpareOne is a GSM phone which means to be able to use it we have to insert the SIM card into it.
His name for an emergency, no screen is certainly not a problem because the important thing we can still nelpon someone to ask for help.
SpareOne planned to be launched this March with a price of U.S. $ 50.


Genius DX-ECO BlueEye Mouse : The world's first wireless mouse without batteries

Genius DX- ECO BlueEye Mouse is the world's first wireless mouse without batteries for PC & Mac users.

The secret is to use the built-in capacitor (built-in gold capacitor) as a replacement battery and can be used up to 100,000 times a refill.
It does use the same built-in capacitor wrote like a battery because after all we still have to refill but the advantage of using this capacitor is the speed of refill.
According to Genius, you simply refill it for 3 minutes then the mouse can be used for a full day.
Do not forget also because without the battery at all mean that you also do not need to shell out extra money to purchase it at all and you must also preserve the environment.
Genius Mouse DX-ECO BlueEye using a frequency of 2.4 GHz and can be used within a maximum distance of 15 m and have a 800/1600 dpi.
Genius Mouse DX-ECO BlueEye sold for U.S. $ 39.99.

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iConvert : Scanner for iPad and iPad 2 Tablet

iConvert Scanner from Brookstone is a special scanner that was created for the iPad / iPad 2, which can scan all types of documents or images with a maximum resolution of 300 dpi.

To be able to use it, we are obliged to install a special application that can be at the Apple Store.

iConvert Scanner can scan all the documents or photos with a maximum width of the document size between 5 to 21.6 cm and all the scans will be stored as JPEG.
Scanner iConvert sold for U.S. $ 149.99.


January 20, 2012

Goodbye Megaupload, Anonymous retaliates !

Megaupload, one of the largest file-sharing Internet sites, and seen by many as a haven for piracy, has been shut down by officials in the U.S., and its founder, Kim Dotcom, was arrested in New Zealand.

"Seven people and two companies have been indicted in the United States by running organized international criminal enterprise allegedly responsible for the massive online piracy around the world various types of creative works, through Megaupload.com and other related sites, generating more than $ 175 million criminal results and led to more than half a billion dollars in losses to the copyright owner, the U.S. Justice Department and FBI today announced "The U.S. Justice Department said in a statement on Thursday.

"The people and two companies - Megaupload Limited Limited and investors - who was convicted by a jury in the Eastern District of Virginia on January 5, 2012, and charged with engaging in a racketeering conspiracy, conspiring to commit copyright infringement, conspiracy to commit money laundering and two counts of substantive criminal copyright infringement.

"The individuals each face a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison on charges of conspiracy to commit extortion, five years in prison on charges of conspiracy to commit copyright infringement, 20 years in prison on charges of conspiracy to commit money laundering and five years in prison on charges of violation of any rights Copyright substantive crime. "

But if you think the DOJ that will be the end of it, they will be corrected.

Within a few hours after going offline Megaupload, Anonymous members from around the world have been systematically attacked the big media companies with a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack brought a lot of them down, or a grinding halt.

So far the members of Anonymous claimed they had taken down the Recording Industry Association of America site, Universal Music Group, MPAA.org, U.S. Copyright Office, BMI, Warner Music Group's website, FBI.gov, and sonymusic.com, the list is still growing.

Detailing the attack, which is being dubbed as the largest undertaken by a group of very, through various Twitter feed, @ YourAnonNews said:

"You can not censor the internet you can not subpoena a hashtag .. you can not catch the idea. You CAN expect our # OpMegaupload"

Independent tracking service, Akamai, which offers real-time tracking service is free of DDoS attacks is now reporting 218 attacks in the last 24 hours, many based in the United States. According to the company, which is 24 percent above average.

Move by the Justice Department and Anonymous came just a day after protests by large companies such as Google, Facebook, and Wikipedia on the government's plans to introduce a new bill in the U.S. that are designed to stop piracy.

Sopa is called, stand to Stop Piracy Law Online, it will allow media companies or the U.S. government to close the site was thought violate copyright laws without the traditional court.

Some commentators have since questioned that if U.S. officials could shut down the site Megaupload and capture of its founder in New Zealand, current law is good enough.


January 19, 2012

U.S. Senate site hit by technical difficulties as follows Sopa outage

It looks like the SOPA blackout day has encouraged many citizens to get out and email their senators to voice their disapproval. If you head over to the US Senate's home page and reach this list of senators, many (if not all) of the "contact" links are currently returning a "technical difficulties" message. There's no evidence of foul play here (Anonymous is even currently under a blackout), and while it could be unrelated to SOPA, there's definitely a lot of major web properties driving visitors to the Senate's site today. Hopefully these issues get sorted out quickly so citizens can continue to make their voices heard.

Thanks to everyone who sent this in!


GenevaSound Model XS Bluetooth speaker bring in style

Geneva Lab thinks it has a Bluetooth speaker-style choices are enough to distinguish it from competition everywhere by Models XS GenevaSound, who recently announced by the Swiss company.

The suave-looking clamshell style travel speakers available in white, black or red and each model offers a piano-lacquered composite HD.

Tech-wise, it packs 2.1 speakers system with two 1-inch tweeters and one 2.25-inch woofer that is hidden in a tiny chassis and a digital amplifier for optimal audio performance (or an analog amplifier when in FM mode) with 12W (2x3, 1x6) and output frequency range of 80Hz to 20kHz.

Each individually powered speakers and booths for "acoustic accurate" and there are lithium batteries can be recharged with more than 5 hours of play-time. Like the Bluetooth radio, aux-in and FM, XS models also offer a digital clock with alarm, LED display and backlit, touch-sensitive control.

Out this month, XS GenevaSound Model will cost £ 179.


HP Vayu bring to TV in Inida

Low-cost computing solutions for small-served markets is not new, but Internet Devices Vayu, is currently being developed by HP to release in India, may offer something different. Unlike the OLPC XO 3.0 or tablets UbiSlate, it is designed specifically to alleviate public concerns about the use of new technology by putting it in a form that is common in India - television. Linux-based Vayu, shown above, attached to the existing TV, letting people use the TV remote to navigate applications and websites. More powerful than a standard web-based TV or set-top box, can also be paired with the phone, let the phone send a photo or a web address directly into the TV. People who feel comfortable with the mouse and keyboard can plug them in and use the Vayu as a regular computer.

It is not clear how much HP plans to sell to Vayu, but the total cost for parts is apparently about $ 100, so a bit more expensive than tablets mentioned above. The Vayu is not proportional to offer low-end computer specs usual, but probably will live or die based on ease of use, especially for new computer users. So far, we have not seen anything about the interface or usability, so we'll have to wait to see if the Vayu can live up to its promise.


January 18, 2012

Alienware announces X51 small form factor PC games, ranging from $ 699

Alienware may just upgrade its Aurora gaming rig, but it was not to keep the company from giving a smaller form factor you some. Just tonight, a subsidiary of Dell announced X51, a sleek gaming PC that is designed to direct himself either vertically or horizontally on the desktop - complete with the correct Alienware logo rotates depending on the position. This system includes both Core i3 and i5 options, and features a slot-loading optical drive with the option for Blu-ray. While it is not surprising, X51 can be upgraded with 8GB RAM and 1TB of storage is full. Furthermore, to accommodate cases, a single full-size graphics cards and features an external power supply, (available in 240W or 330W versions, depending on configuration). Users can also expect HDMI 1.4, on-board WiFi, USB 3.0 and digital surround sound 7.1. As a nifty trick, accent color computer can be easily modified with the Alienware Command Center software. Touting immediate availability, customers can place orders for the X51 soon, with configurations ranging from as low as $ 699. For a complete set of specifications that make up the Mini-ITX gamer, just follow the rest.

Alienware X51 Product Specifications:

Intel Core i3 Dual Core (standard) and Intel Core Quad Core Processor Option i5 and i7
H61 Express Chipset Intel Architecture
Mini-ITX Motherboard
Powerful NVIDIA Graphics Card Options
1GB GDDR5 NVIDIA GeForce GT 545 (Standard)
Configurations with up to 8GB DDR3 Memory (4GB Standard); 2x 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM Slot
Fast 7,200 RPM Hard Drive 1TB
Microsoft's Windows 7 Home Premium
Slot-Loading Dual Layer DVD Burner (Standard) or optional Blu-ray Disc Reader
Internal High-Definition 7.1 Performance Audio by Audio Software Waves Maxx
Integrated 10/100/1000Mbps Gigabit Ethernet NICs and Integrated 802.11 a / b / g / n Wi-Fi Wireless LAN (standard)
USB 2.0 (6x) USB 3.0 (2x); Microphone In; Headphone / Speaker Out; HDMI output 1.4; RJ-45 Gigabit Ethernet; Port Speaker Front, Rear and Center; Digital SPDIF output (TOSLINK); SPDIF Digital Output (Coax)
Alienware 240 Watt Power Supply (Standard) 330 Watt Power Supply or the optional
Dual-orientation of the tower system dimensions: h: 13.5 "(343mm) xw: 3.74" (95mm) xd: 12.52 "(318mm)
Starting Weight: 12.1 pounds. (5.49 Kg.)

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January 17, 2012

Das Keyboard Model S : The Keyboard for Mac

We recently saw a new mechanical keyboard designed for Mac at CES last week (Matias' Tactile One), and we now have another choice words for those who take seriously their typing. Das Keyboard confirmed today that the Mac version of the keyboard is a Professional Model S will be available on April 15, and that you can pre-order now for $ 113 (15% discount from list price). It carries with it the same gold-plated mechanical key switches are found in the existing Model S, but with the addition of all the keys you'd expect on a Mac-specific keyboard - plus some other bonuses such as two-port USB hub and instant sleep function. Unfortunately, Mac users really want to go minimalist with Ultimate editions both will have to wait and hope that someone comes or break some black paint.


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