Saturday, 28 January 2012

Kanex Sydnee – iOS Device Charger with Extra Safety Protection!!!!!!!!!!!

Many of them we used to use many iOS devices like iPad, iPhone….. And charging several devices one by one can be sometimes a tedious process. We might get some problems in finding enough plugs, spave or both to try to get them all juiced up at once. We expect for charger for several iOS devices and that to charging simultaneously. Now, Sydnee from Kanex makes recharging process a lot simpler. It uses wired connection and it only recharges iOS devices, so it’s perfect to recharge iPad or iPhone at the same time.
  • One Cord Four Wonders
  • Recharges iOS devices with confidence
  • With no tangle and no mess, cables stay neatly concealed
  • Sydnee blends flawlessly with our d├ęcor
  • Built with simplicity in mind
 This charger can recharge up to four iOS device and due to its design, we can easily attach up to three iPads to it. It provides an advantage that the charger actually looks pretty good and can handle tablet, laptop and smartphone at the same time without missing a beat. It has 4 USB ports and provides 2.1 Amps of power, and in order to protect iOS devices from overcharging, when once charging is complete it automatically shuts down and that really sounds good.

This also provides extra safety protection against surges and spikes which is built-in,
  • Short-circuit protection
  • Fuse protection
  • Over voltage protection
 It’s total power is 40 watts, has 2-pin AC adapter and normal USB 2.0 Port. This charger comes with an option of two colours, onyx and snow. Sydnee is going to be a perfect charger to those who have several iOS devices and really saves power and time. When coming to price of this charges is priced at $ 149.

Wednesday, 4 January 2012

Deonet’s World’s Smallest USB Flash Drive!!!!

I, myself was searching for smallest USB flash drive to be compatible to carry in my wallet. Deonet has announced the right model which is very helpful and useful for me. Before I have heard that about the DataTraveler Micro and it is one of the smallest USB flash drives, but today we have another USB flash drive from Deonet.

Dutch promotional product manufacturer Deonet – maker of the diamond-studded Golden USB memory stick and the FSC-certified, maple-enclosed Eco Wood drive, has announced just such a portable storage solution and is the latest to claim the title of the world’s smallest USB stick. This Deonet’s USB flash drive is going to be one of the smallest USB sticks on the market.

Deonet’s USB stick measures 19.5 x 14.5 x 2.9 mm and it utilizes Micro UDP chip (where UDP stands for the USB Disk In Package assembley process, which sees the controller, flash IC, substrate and passive components molded into a very small, single package). And I would like to say thanks to this chip, the entire stick is almost twice smaller than any other USB sticks. This device is so small so we can just leave it inside of our USB port.

When talking about its capacity, it is available in 4, 8 or 16 GB model available. This is the smallest USB flash drive in the world and the only problem with it is that when we place it somewhere accidentally we will forget it and it can also be missed due to its size. It makes searching difficult and having it in front of us it lets us to search somewhere.  When coming to its price, availability and release date it’s still mystery but it’s going to be unveiled in January.

Wednesday, 28 December 2011

You Are Very lucky, Now You Can Trace Your Stolen Camera!!!!!!!

If you have bought a new digital camera for your holidays or else already have one with you, just take a time to note down its serial number which is very important. You don’t know its importance when your digital camera gets lost then you’ll come know its importance. GadgetTrak’s new CameraTrace service can help you recover it if it’s ever stolen. Launching today, for a one-time fee of $10 CameraTrace lets you to register your camera’s serial number.

If you later report it lost or stolen, you’ll be notified by email if anyone else tries to upload photos from it. It also lets us to search CameraTrace’s serial number database of 5 billion photos for free. Both tools could help you track down unauthorized uploaders and get your gear back. Camera thieves beware, there’s a new sheriff in town.
 The way it works is that almost all digital cameras imprint their serial number on the photos they shoot, which CameraTrace can detect when they’re posted online. Law enforcement can then by alerted to investigate. The official launch of CameraTrace comes after several years of beta testing. Back in August, they wrote about how GadgetTrak reunited a professional photographer with over $9,000 worth of property.

The company also offers a recovery service for laptops and phones that detects when they connect to the Internet. For its launch, CameraTrace upped its crawling capabilities. Its database now includes 11 million cameras of 300 different models and every photo uploaded to Flickr since 2006. CameraTrace stays up to date by scanning newly uploaded pics each day with CPUsage grid computing technology.
 GadgetTrak‘s CEO and founder Ken Westin tells us its database of photos is an order of magnitude larger than that of competitors like Stolen Camera Finder. This makes CameraTrace the best place to go if you ever get jacked. The premium service includes a physical lost and found tag that can be applied to your camera. It features instructions so anyone who finds it can notify you through CameraTrace, and it also serves as a theft deterrent.

 Another advantage of the CameraTrace: It can help photographers locate where their copyrighted photos are displayed without permission. But remember, all of CameraTrace’s services only work if you have have a copy of your serial number. It can typically be found on a camera’s base plate, inside the battery case, or in the box. Westin’s final tip? A huge number of cameras are stolen through auto break-ins, so lock your gear in the trunk.

Monday, 26 December 2011

Stuck in Smiley Faces? Need To Add Emoticons In Facebook Chat???????

Smiley Faces represents simple emotions. Now Facebook Chat lets us to use the profile picture of any user, official Page, or event on the service as an emoticon. That means we can make one out of our best friend, Chuck Norris, Justin Bieber, Barack Obama, Britney Spears, or anyone else. This really opens up a whole new way to express complex emotions. Eager to know how to do it, just you have to do is,

·         Go to any profile, official Page, or event that you want to use as an emoticon.
·         Look at the URL. Find the username or profile ID at the end of the URL such as “VinDiesel” from, “JoshConstine”, “cocacola”, or “45197362282
·         Place that name or number in double brackets like [[VinDiesel]]
·         Enter that into a Facebook Chat or Message field. When you send it, the bracketed number or letters will appear as that person, Page, or event’s current profile picture.

We can send these custom emoticons from the web or mobile, but they’ll only display as photos on the web. When viewed through a Facebook app or mobile site they appear as their bracketed string. Similarly, we can’t use them in status updates, wall posts or comments yet. They appear pretty small, but we can hover over the photos to view the username it belongs too. Community Pages, those that aren’t owned by anyone and that display a Wikipedia entry, can’t be used.
 It’s tough luck! Not so excited about other people using us as an emoticon? Profile pictures and usernames are public, so this doesn’t technically violate privacy and there’s no way to opt out of having our face used. And for a long time, Facebook only had one custom smiley. The code :putnam: would show the face of Facebook engineer Chris Putnam. But now we can replace verbs, nouns and adjectives with whoever represents them best.

                As our writer John Biggs described yesterday, we can use  4Chan Ragefaces (here are the codes), and Reddit user Sky_Prodigy spawned a thread full of codes for faces and alphabets. The emoticon has evolved. To have a few ideas for people and pages we could use as emoticons. Just copy the bracketed text at the end.
  • Pirate - [[CaptainJackSparrow]]
  • Boyishness –  [[JustinBieber]]
  • President, leadership - [[barackobama]]
  • Santa Claus - [[TheMagicOfSantaClaus]]
  • Male attractiveness - (Ryan Gosling) [[246631252031491]]

Enjoy Facebook Chat by adding some cute Emoticons……………. Have a great Chat………

Monday, 19 December 2011

Toshiba Thrive: 7-inch Android 3.2 Honeycomb!!!!

I’m here to share about the latest gadgets revealed by Toshiba, its latest 7-inch Toshiba Thrive is much better and comfortable than its 10-inch counterpart. When compared to the features of 10-incher, 7-incher has the best features, it is thin with rounded corners and slightly angled edges. Its charging port is placed squarely at the bottom of the slate, which makes it annoying to play around with in landscape while charging.
 It has a 3.5mm headphone jack sits up top, with a power button, volume rocker and auto-rotate lock all along the top left side. The rubberized textured finish along the back panel is still present, though and makes the tablet even more manageable. It automatically grips our pants so that it never slips. It’s a 1280x800 pixel resolution on a 7-inch display is pretty beautiful.

  • 7-inch 1280×800 resolution display
  • 1GHz Tegra 2 dual-core processor
  • Android 3.2 Honeycomb
  • 5MP rear camera (720p video capture, LED flash)
  • 2MP front-facing shooter
  • 3.5mm headphone Jack
  • Micro USB, Mini HDMI and MicroSD card slot
It runs pure Android 3.2 Honeycomb and did include its media player, along with a handful of other pre-loaded apps like Netflix, NFS Shift, File Manager and Quickoffice HD. It has access to Google’s apps such as Google Maps, Google Talk and the Android Market is included. And it has 5-megapixel rear-facing camera. In terms of performance or capabilities others can’t compete with it.
It has great size and that is comfortable to our hand and has a brilliant screen with high pixel density and very responsive in nature. But it has lost all of its full-sized ports and has no more removable back cover and doesn’t have interchangeable batteries. It has a tough price point especially for 32GB of internal memory. When talking of its price its costs $379.99 for 16GB but for 32GB it costs $429.99 high when compared to 16GB.