Ray has launched it’s new phone – M45 in India and it’s really cheap – Rs. 3500. For those of you who don’t know, Ray is a Chinese brand which started its distribution in India some time back.
The key feature of M45 is that it has slots for two SIM card. Of course, you cannot simultaneously operate on both. However, since they are both active, you will not have to keep switching between them. It has dedicated call buttons for both the SIM cards which helps you to just dial a number and press either of the buttons to make a call from the respective SIM card.
Ray M45 is not at all eye-catching by its looks. It has a very minimalistic and simple design.
176 x 220 pixel display (262K)
2 MP Camera
Expandable Memory – upto 4 GB
Large capacity Lithium – Ion battery (1800 mAh). 10 Hrs Talktime and 500 Hrs Standby
Dimension – 110 X 58 X 12.2 mm
There are hardly any devices in the market which offer a dual SIM phone at a price around Rs. 3,500. Ray M45 on the other hand, gives you many extra features to go with it. Though the handset lacks style, the phone is definitely ideal for you if you have a low-budget.
Not everything of this phone is a show-stopper. If you compare it to Nokia’s high-end smartphones or SE’s superb camera phones then you’re sure to be disappointed. But, if you want to have nearly all the amenities of a smart phone at a low budget price, try Ray M45. It will not disappoint you.
Motorola i1 is a powerful device which was recently launched at CTIA 2010. This handset is based on Android operating system and it will be available on the airwaves of wireless carrier sprint. Motorola i1 is the world’s first push-to-talk Android powered smartphone.
This handset features a 3.1 inches touch screen, 5 megapixel camera, A-GPS, Wi-Fi, 32GB expandable memory, optimized web browsing with the latest Opera Mini 5 browser and a push-to-talk experience.
The guys at Engadget shared some exclusive hands-on pics and video of this device. Check out the hands-on pics of Motorola i1 below.
Targus, a leading manufacturer of computer equipment and accessories, has announced the launch of it’s new Wireless Laser Mouse- AMW51 AP in India.
This mouse features 1200DPI laser technology. The 1200DPI laser sensors enhances the accuracy of the mouse and helps in flawless mouse movements. Targus AMW51AP also uses the new RF 2.4GHz technology which reduces the cordless interference significantly.
This mouse has been ergonomically designed for ambidextrous usage and provides an unmatched comfort.
Other key features:
Soft and flexible side grips
A solid battery life of 15 months
Weighs 118 g
Dimension:- 10.8 x 5.7 x 3.4 cm
Available in Black/Grey
Accessibility range of 10m away from the system, even through walls
Compatible with PCs, Macs or Netbooks
Also has a battery life indicator
It’s a really great mouse and is one of the first wireless mouse meant for serious gaming. Try out this new mouse of Targus as it is priced just Rs 1,775.It also come with a 3 years warranty.
Earlier this month, LG Electronics launched LG KH5200 in South Korea. This device is powered by Android operating system. This handset is now available on the airwaves of wireless carrier KT. This is the first handset in South Korea from LG Electronics that runs on Android OS. This handset comes with a slide-out QWERTY keypad.
LG KH5200 has a 3.2 inches TFT resistive touchscreen display with 320 x 480 pixels resolution, 3G Connectivity, Bluetooth 2.0, USB 2.0, 170MB internal memory, 16GB expandable memory, audio and video player, 3.5 mm audio jack and much more. It includes a 5 megapixel camera with autofocus, LED flash, Geo-tagging, face detection and image stabilizer.
Other feature includes a Wi-Fi connectivity, motion games, A-GPS, photo and video editor, social networking integration with live updates, document viewer, motion-based games, Stereo FM radio with RDS and 1500 mAh battery.
This handset comes with a price tag of $573. Too costly, isn’t it?
Sweden has just bagged the position of the world’s most networked country leaving behind the likes of US, Canada and Norway far behind in the competition. The report, which ranked US at #1 in 2005, has shown US to be at #5 this time in 2010.
The results and findings are interesting as the rankings stand as Sweden followed by Singapore, Denmark, Switzerland, US, Finland and others. The study has been conducted by the World Economy Forum’s Global IT Report.
With an extensive coverage of 133 economies worldwide, the report remains the world’s most comprehensive and authoritative international assessment of the impact of ICT on the development process and the competitiveness of nations.
Although the US ranks first in IT usage in business and fourth in IT usage in business, it needs to gear up to get to #1. The significant areas where the US lost are mobile penetration in which it ranked 72nd and broadband penetration where it ranked 22nd.
Other countries of interest in this report include India and China, the two most populated countries in the world. The growth in both of these countries has been huge and China boasts the 37th place while India is following closely at 43rd place. Out of all the things that such a huge population can do, increasing randomness is one of them. This keeps us pretty much around average in most of the polls and surveys conducted worldwide.
[Via: readwriteweb ]
We have seen some really cool ways to create background images for your Twitter profile. There is Twitlay, which lets you create Twitter backgrounds from an image stored in your computer. There is also Twitbacks, which makes it easy to show all your social networking accounts as your Twitter profile background.
But wouldn’t it be a great idea to use a photo mosaic as a Twitter background? The idea here is to create a photo mosaic from profile thumbnails of your Twitter followers or friends. Here is an example:
MyFriendsMosaic let’s you quickly create photo mosaics from profile images of your Twitter friends and followers. Just visit the site and enter your Twitter username and choose followers or friends from the dropdown menu.
Once the mosaic is done, you can download the image in your computer. The site works with Twitter and Livejournal. The premier option let’s you buy custom templates such as: an image for the mouse pad, a coffee mug, a T-shirt or may be a handbag.
Techie Buzz Verdict
The site looks cool but the downside is that there aren’t any templates. All you get is a rectangular image which can be set as a desktop background or the background image of your Twitter profile. I would love to see different shapes being introduced, so that each mosaic looks different from others.
Firefox 3 was hacked on a 64 bit Windows 7 by Nils, who happens to be a German CS student. He is also a familiar face who had successfully hacked Firefox, Safari and Internet Explorer at last year’s Pwn2Own.
In the midst of all this hacking and remote code execution, one browser which was left untouched was Google Chrome. Google Chrome was not even attempted to be hacked because of its sandboxed environment. Charlie Miller from last year’s Pwn2Own explains Google Chrome’s behavior saying,
There are bugs in Chrome but they’re very hard to exploit. I have a Chrome vulnerability right now but I don’t know how to exploit it. It’s really hard. They’ve got that sandbox model thats hard to get out of. With Chrome, it’s a combination of things â€” you can’t execute on the heap, the OS protections in Windows and the Sandbox.
The winners, that is, the successful hackers won a sum of $10,000 and the hacked system as prize. Even though Firefox and Internet Explorer applied security patches just before the starting of the hackfest, they did not get spared.
[Via: neowin ]
LG Remarq is an eco-friendly handset made from 87 percent of recyclable materials and 19 percent of recycled plastic. This device was recently launched by LG Electronics on the airwaves of wireless carrier Sprint.
LG Remarq features a QVGA display, 16GB expandable memory, Bluetooth, GPRS/EDGE connectivity, slide-out QWERTY keypad, 1.3 megapixel camera and much more.
The guys at Engadget shared some hands-on pics of this phone. Check out the exclusive hands-on pics of this eco-friendly device below.
BSNL has recently laid out a new and exciting offer to its Broadband Customers. The Telecom giant and broadband provider has offered a 15 days test period for its 2 Mbps connection and has allowed free unlimited downloads within this period of time.
All the customers registering their new Broadband connection till 31st March 2010 under any BSNL Broadband Plan of up to 2Mbps speed (limited/unlimited) shall be provided unlimited free download at 2Mbps for first fifteen (15) days, irrespective of the speed of the plan applied for.
This comes as a promotional offer from BSNL in times when all Indian broadband giants like Airtel, Reliance and MTNL are planning for expansion.
Those customers applying for an unlimited connection will get a 2 Mbps connection for the first 15 days. After the first 15 days, they will be reverted back to the previous plan. Those opting for a any other new connection will be given a grace period of 15 days to try this service free of charge.
BSNL is the broadband provider with the largest penetration in India and this test of a new speed is indicative of some progress in the field of broadband, where India keeps failing badly. This promotional offer by BSNL will let it penetrate better with the punch being the free trial. BSNL is also expecting a good conversion to the higher speed from current plan users.
[Via: telecomtalk ]
Acer is soon going to launch a completely revamped lineup of its Aspire series. The new Acer Aspire series will sport a minimalist metallic look. Along with the design changes, Acer has also updated the hardware of the laptop. Even in its thinner avatar, the Aspire 8943G still packs in a 5.1 channel speaker system. The updated line-up of Aspire notebooks now feature a Core i3, Core i5 or Core i7 processor depending on the model.
The graphics sub-system of the laptop has also got a much needed boost in the form of ATI HD 5000 Mobility series. Up to a maximum of 4Gb DDR3 RAM can be installed on both the notebooks. A Blu-Ray drive is optional for Aspire 5943G or 8943G notebooks. The keyboard of the notebooks have an edge-to-edge layout. Both the notebooks feature a LED display, which are 3D capable. The usual connectivity options like Bluetooth, b/g/n Wi-Fi support, Inbuilt card reader all are duly covered. Acer 5643G can hold a single hard disk of a maximum capacity of 640Gb, while the Aspire 8943G can hold 2 hard disks of a maximum capacity of 640Gb each. The battery capacity of both the notebooks is a disappointing 4800 mAh. Windows 7 is the default OS in both the notebooks.
Acer did not mention the shipping dates or the pricing of the laptop.