I don’t use any Apple device and probably won’t do that. But those devices – iPhone, iPad, iPod, MacBook Air, definitely changed the world and set a new level for design and user interface. Many thanks to Steve Jobs for that. RIP.
It’s time to replace my old Nokia E65. I like that phone. Regardless its problem with alarm. So, I made decision about platform easily – Android (IMHO it’s the most perspective platform for mobile devices). But to choose the phone wasn’t so simple. The potential variants were following: HTC Desire, HTC Wildfire, Samsung Galaxy 551… Continue reading →
If you like nature sound that service might be interesting for you. It offers a possibility mix four different tracks – sounds of beach, fire, rain or something else (not vuvusella, thanks God!) and save the result as a link to share with fiends or store it into file. [via Unplggd]
Aston Villa players started coaching in the new blackcurrant training kit with FxPro logo on the front. I like it as a FxPro employee and fan of English Premier League 🙂 Waiting for the possibility to get a new Aston Villa shirt. [via Aston Villa site]
Bluetooth handset Plantronics Discovery 925 can be a really good Christmas present for web workers. It’s stylish and elegant. The headset offers a hight quality voice and adaptive noise reduction. But the most interesting feature in my mind is ability to connect to the mobile and PC in the same time. So, you can make… Continue reading →
If I’d travel a lot I’d buy the ACER Aspire 1410 notebook. It looks like netbook and costs the same. But instead of Atom processor it’s equiped with stronger Intel Celeron. The rest spec includes 11.6-inch LCD display with 1366 x 768 resolution, GMA 4500MHD graphics, a 6-cell battery, 250 GB hard drive, and up… Continue reading →
Thanks to Content Tabs now it’s possible to add into Thunderbird 3 some useful for you web tools. Here is a receipt from Quetzalcoatal how to integrate Google Wave in the Thunderbird 3. It’ll help to open Wave cleanly and conveniently inside one of tabs, and even keeps it open after restarting of Thunderbird. [via… Continue reading →