With a spec sheet to rival budget cameras, Samsung’s ultra thin M8800 should really be thought of as a camera with a phone attached rather than just an ‘umble cameraphone.
The handset comes with a 8 megapixel sensor with autofocus, backed by Dual Power LED flash, ASR (Advanced Shake Reduction) and WDR (Wide Dynamic Range). Keeping up the camera-heavy features, there’s an Auto Panorama Shot feature, geotagging support (via the integrated GPS) and a photo browser (Accelerometer Sensor, Tilt and flip with sorting by Face/Time/Colour/Folder).
Continue reading Samsung Announce M8800 Pixon: “Slimmest 8MP cameraphone” LG disagree
Although our days of using Hotmail ended years ago when Google launched its GMail service offering far more server space, it still remains a hugely popular service, and Microsoft have started to sprinkle some fairy dust over the free e-mail pioneer.
Continue reading Microsoft Updates Hotmail (Windows Live Hotmail)
YouTube has swiped aside Internet monsters Google and social networking phenomenon Facebook to win the honour of the ‘coolest online media brand’, according to this year’s CoolBrands survey.
Continue reading YouTube Is “Coolest Online Brand”
We’re huge fans of GoogleMaps, so we’re chuffed to see us folks in Blighty being offered some of the treats that our Stateside cousins have been enjoying since last August
Continue reading Google Maps Adds Live Traffic updates For England
Worldwide revenues from mobile adult video chat services are set to hit a pocket bulging $1.5bn within the next five years according to a new report from Juniper Research.
Their research reveals that the average monthly spend for this specialist market has throbbed up to 20 times higher than for other types of adult services, with profits set to keep on thrusting upwards.
Continue reading Mobile Adult Video Chat Services Soaring
The head of the UN’s agency for information and communication technologies has gazed deep into his crystal ball and predicted that there will be 4 billion mobile phone users by the end of this year – which equals more than half of the planet’s estimated 6.7 billion inhabitants.
Continue reading Mobile Phones: Than Half The World’s Population Are Now Connected
The clothing company Diesel is building up to 30th birthday.
To mark it, they’re hosting parties in 17 cities around the world on the same day.
Being switch on media-types, they’ve released a promo video which is more than slightly controversial – obv a great way to get attention.
They’ve taken old p0rn video footage and superimposed graphics on top of the explicit parts.
Continue reading Diesel xXx Porn Video Event Promo
Many financial institutions have long promised the ability to bank via your mobile, well now it’s a reality, at least for LloydsTSB customers (so presumably also for HBOS customers soon following their recent acquisition).
The mobile banking app is a Java application that should run on most mobile phone, well ones that support Java.
The application isn’t very exciting, it’s just a series of menus and each menu give access to a variety of sub menus and eventually your banking details.
Continue reading LloydsTSB Mobile Banking Mini Review (80%)
Woooargh! Look at this beauty!
This laptop has such mean, bad boy looks that it could probably take out Clint Eastwood, Lee Van Cleef and Yul Bryner in WestWorld in a single flip of its foxy carbon black lid.
Continue reading Sony VAIO TT 11.1″ Notebook – World’s Lightest Blu-Ray Laptop
Sony have introduced Bluetooth watches for women that have control over mobile phones.
We all know that lots of women keep their mobile phones in the handbags rather than stuff them in the back pockets like men do and most of them don’t clutch them in their mits a-la Paris Hilton.
Continue reading MBW-200: Sony Bluetooth Watches For Women