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Wednesday, 19 October 2011

Apple iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G






Tuesday, 18 October 2011

Apple iPhone 4S



General 
2G Network GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900   CDMA 800 / 1900 
3G Network HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100   CDMA2000 1xEV-DO 
Announced 2011, October 
Status Available. Released 2011, October

Size 
Dimensions 115.2 x 58.6 x 9.3 mm 
Weight 140 g

Display 
Type LED-backlit IPS TFT, capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors 
Size 640 x 960 pixels, 3.5 inches (~330 ppi pixel density)  
- Scratch-resistant oleophobic surface
- Multi-touch input method
- Accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate

Sound 
Alert types Vibration, MP3 ringtones 

Memory 
Phonebook Practically unlimited entries and fields, Photocall 
Call records 100 received, dialed and missed calls 
Internal 16/32/64 GB storage, 512 MB RAM 
- Three-axis gyro sensor
- Proximity sensor for auto turn-off

Data 
GPRS Yes 
EDGEYes 
3G HSDPA, 14.4 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.8 Mbps 
WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi hotspot 
Bluetooth Yes, v4.0 with A2DP 
USB Yes, v2.0

Camera 
Primary 8 MP, 3264x2448 pixels, autofocus, LED flash 
Features Touch focus, geo-tagging, face detection 
Video Yes, 1080p@30fps, LED video light, video stabilization, geo-tagging 
Secondary Yes, VGA

Features 
OS iOS 5 
CPU 1 GHz dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor, PowerVR SGX543MP2 GPU, Apple A5 chipset Messaging iMessage, SMS (threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Email 
Browser HTML (Safari)
Radio No 
Games Downloadable, incl. motion-based 
Colors Black, White 
GPS Yes, with A-GPS support 
Java No  
- MicroSIM card support only
- Scratch-resistant glass back panel
- Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic
- Siri natural language commands and dictation
- iCloud cloud service
- Twitter integration
- Digital compass
- Google Maps
- Audio/video player and editor
- Image editor
- Voice command/dial
- TV-out

Battery   
Standard battery, Li-Po 1432 mAh 
Stand-by Up to 200 h (2G) / Up to 200 h (3G) 
Talk time Up to 14 h (2G) / Up to 8 h (3G) 
Music play Up to 40 h

Monday, 17 October 2011

BlackBerry 4G PlayBook HSPA




General 
2G Network GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 
3G Network HSDPA 900 / 1900 / 2100 
Announced 2011, February 
Status Coming soon. Exp. release 2011, Q3

Size 
Dimensions 194 x 130 x 10 mm 
Weight 425 g

Display
Type TFT capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors 
Size 600 x 1024 pixels, 7.0 inches (~170 ppi pixel density) 
  - Multi-touch input method
- Accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate

Sound 
Loudspeaker Yes, with stereo speakers 

Memory 
Phonebook Practically unlimited entries and fields 
Internal 16/32/64 GB storage, 1 GB RAM 

Data 
GPRS Yes 
EDGE Yes 
3G HSDPA, 21 Mbps; HSUPA 
WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n 
Bluetooth Yes, v2.1 with A2DP, EDR 
USB Yes, microUSB v2.0

Camera
Primary 5 MP, 2592x1944 pixels, autofocus
Video Yes, 1080p 
Secondary Yes, 3 MP

Features 
OS BlackBerry Tablet OS
CPU 1GHz dual-core Cortex-A9 CPU, PowerVR SGX540 GPU, TI OMAP 4430 chipset 
Messaging Email, Push Email, IM
Browser HTML
Radio No 
Games Yes + downloadable 
Colors Black 
GPS No
Java Yes, MIDP 2.1  
- Micro HDMI port
- Document viewer
- Media player MP3/WMA/AAC+
- Video player DivX/WMV/XviD/3gp
- Organizer
- Adobe Flash 10.1 support
- Predictive text input

Battery   
Standard battery, Li-Po 5300 mAh 






Sunday, 16 October 2011

Samsung Galaxy S II (GT-I9100)

Vivid·Fast·Slim Samsung GALAXY S II (GT-I9100)



4.3" SUPER AMOLED Plus

4.3” SUPER AMOLED Plus
Express your colour! This brilliant display delivers the best colour gamut, high contrast ratio as well as ultimate sharpness of image. Groundbreaking reduction of video response time provides the video playback without motion blur. The new technology uses less space and less energy, consuming 18% less energy than the previous display, making it one of the thinnest, longest lasting smartphone available.
- 4.27" in actual measurement

















Dual Core Application Processor

Dual Core Application Processor

Making the impossible possible. Samsung Dual Core Application Processor is the ultra responsive answer to mobile performance, providing high-speed multitasking, quick web page loading, quick reaction speeds, a smoother UI, lightning fast image editing and high performance gaming. And with its screaming fast encoding/decoding ability, which supports all (1080p / 30fps) video playing and shooting, outshines the other dual core processors. Seamless video or music streaming gets a big boost with the super fast wireless standard HSPA 21Mbps. Outstanding computing power, outstanding performance.


8.49mm Slim Design

8.49mm Slim Design

Taking slim to the next dimension. The Samsung GALAXY S II rides the leading edge with 8.49mm ultra-slim form factor, a luxurious design and an easy grip. One of the thinnest smartphones, GALAXY S II also features HyperSkin which provides premium metal look with fingerprint free and non slip battery cover.


Say N Go : Samsung Voice Solution

 Say N Go : Samsung Voice Solution
Get vocal. Just double tap the home key and you can control the Samsung GALAXY S II with a few selected words. Take charge and execute major functions like calling, music, messaging, scheduling and launching apps with the ease of a voice command. You can also capture your thoughts, make a note to yourself and send it to your friends by simply saying send!

Social Hub 2.0

 Social Hub 2.0
Organise and synchronise better all in your online contacts through Social Hub. Streamline your email, SMS, IM and SNS information into one unified box,and interact faster with more people in the way you want to.

Music Hub

 Music Hub
Keep the music close. Samsung's new native music player provides an intuitive playback system to search, discover, preview, purchase and download tracks on the go. The app will also provide rich information on purchases, with access to all the artists, lyrics and reviews you desire. Get recommendations for new tracks and add to the excitement with bass enhancement and 5.1 channel sound.

8MP Camera with LED Flash

 8MP Camera with LED Flash
Get your shots in. The 8MP auto focus camera doesn't miss any details whether you're shooting idleness or action. Take beautiful, detailed photos even in low light with the built-in LED flash. And thanks to the much improved user interface of Android Gingerbread, fast scene switching is possible. And a quick switch to the 2MP front-facing camera makes self-portraits a snap. Picture the difference.

Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync

 Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync
Optimised to securely access enterprise resources on a Microsoft Exchange server to stay up to date with your business email, calendar, contacts and task synchronisation, the Samsung GALAXY S II boasts the most comprehensive mobile implementation of Exchange ActiveSync. Providing the strongest security Mobile Device Management of any smart phone and the most policies and restrictions support among Android ActiveSync clients, it allows for real-time communication with employee phones to remotely configure settings, monitor compliance with policies, guarantee synchronised data safety and wipe or lock managed phones.

VPN (Virtual Private Network)

 VPN (Virtual Private Network)
The Samsung GALAXY S II has adopted Cisco's AnyConnect to provide reliable and easy-to-deploy encrypted network connectivity by delivering persistent corporate access for users on the go. Whether providing access to business email, a virtual desktop session, or other Android applications, it enables business-critical application connectivity.

Cisco WebEx

 Cisco WebEx
Stay on the same page and stay connected for important meetings on the go. With Cisco WebEx support, a secure, online meeting is just a click away. Users can view shared desktops, browsers, applications and documents with live annotations and feel the experience of deep integration with the Samsung GALAXY S II’s exclusive feature to initiate a WebEx meeting from the dialer and contacts screens.


Readers Hub

 Readers Hub
Leave the bookshelf at home. the Samsung GALAXY S II has it in hand. Readers Hub is a great place to flip through your library of classics or browse for best sellers with over two million to choose from, but you'll also be able to set up some 2,500 magazines in 20 languages and 1,600 of newspapers in 47 languages for delivery. Crisp, sharp text makes reading a pleasure and easy to manage, with magnify, text only and page views, audio access, and more as well as one touch sharing via email. Believe in books, but look beyond paper.

Game Hub

 Game Hub
Join in on the action. The Samsung GALAXY S II’s Game Hub lets you to download high quality games, providing 12 social network games and 13 premium games including Gameloft’s Let Golf 2 and Real Football 2011 Let’s Search for games and new release information or play away. With an accelerometer, a magnetic sensor and gyroscope sensors dynamic hand and arm movement games stand out from the crowd. The slightest tilt and you’re dead – now that’s entertainment.

Samsung Live Panel

 Samsung Live Panel
Content is King. Drop the apps and get direct access to your content through Samsung's new personalizable UX, a magazine style layout that selects contents that you use the most, your gallery, music, video, SNS, email, notes, games and weather then displays them on your main screen. This live content ecosystem can be customised to your taste and provides easy access to your contents. It updates in real time with all the information you desire from Music Hub, Readers Hub and Game Hub. Don't search for content, live it!

On Device Encryption

 On Device Encryption
Play it safe with a security solution that enables the protection of mobile data without the need to sacrifice speed and functionality. The Samsung GALAXY S II is the first Android smartphone to adopt powerful encrypted hardware, minimising the use of security software and applying encryption technology to the hardware itself, greatly accelerating security protection and achieving superior performance. The incorporated Sybase Afaria Mobile Device Management and Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync complement the encryption support with their own mechanisms to secure important corporate and personal information.

MDM (Mobile Device Management)

 MDM (Mobile Device Management)
Wipe away your concerns. Sybase and Samsung are working together to address the management and security concerns commonly faced by enterprises when deploying Android devices. This partnership provides the comprehensive capabilities that It requires to allow mobile workers access to enterprise assets using the Samsung GALAXY S II. It can now confidently extend corporate security policies to the Samsung Android platform, allowing for the adoption of both personally owned and corporate owned GALAXY S II’s.


Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

http://www.samsung.com/global/microsite/galaxytab/10.1/index.html











'90s Fashion Trends

   

Platform sneakers were all the rage.
'90s Fashions
Overalls were worn with either one or no straps.
'90s Fashion

If you were a teen in the '90s, "Phat!" and "As if!" were part of your daily vocab. You never missed an episode of Beverly Hills 90210 or The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, and you grooved to the tunes of Nirvana, Bel Biv DeVoe or Vanilla Ice's Ice Ice Baby. But what were peeps wearing in the '90s? Read on to find out the stylin' trends of this decade.

'90s Fashion: Cool Grunge

Maybe you'd rather run and hide than leave the house looking like you just rolled out of bed, but it was cool in the '90s. Peeps wanted to look disheveled and flaunted their long, greasy locks. But, you didn't have to be a misbehavin' dude out of Seattle (the birthplace of grunge music and fashion) to look grunge. Teens everywhere were sporting this look, wearing rock concert T-shirts under plaid, flannel shirts.

Kurt Cobain Trends
Kurt Cobain Trends

'90s Fashion: Cute Baby Wear

If you needed fashion advice, you could've turned to Cher, the fashion expert in Clueless (it was one of the most popular teen comedies in the '90s). The schoolgirl look of baby doll dresses with puffed sleeves and thigh-high stockings became popular because of this movie. Also popular were slip dresses worn over T-shirts.

90s Fashion Trends
90s Fashion Trends

'90s Fashion: Bright and Baggy

Denim was all the rage throughout the '90s, but not in the way you think. The bigger and more colorful the jeans, the cooler they were. Baggy jeans, made famous by hip hop stars, and colored jeans in red, green or indigo were seen on every '90s kid. Also popular were overalls, which could be worn in two ways - hooking one strap and letting the other hang open, or unhooking both straps and wearing a belt to keep the overalls from falling off.

Bright and Baggy
Bright and Baggy

'90s Fashion: Big Shoes

The '90s shoe could be described in one word - chunky. Kids stepped out in style with Doc Martens, Mary Janes or platform sneakers, which elevated you to new heights with layers of rubber sole. Docs, which are like combat boots, were definitely the most popular shoes. All kids, whether they were into hip hop or grunge, wore them to complete their outfits.

'80s Fashion Trends

In the world of fashion, almost everything is recycled. That hot new trend you've latched onto probably isn't new - it just found its way back to a store near you. Guess which era is makin' a huge comeback for spring and summer 2004? The tacky, wacky '80s, baby! Get ready for stripes, leg warmers, a rainbow of jelly bracelet colors and a whole lot more.


Black and white striped shirts.
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'80s Fashion Trends - Black & White and Striped All Over

Black and white is all the rage, especially stripes. Thin stripes, fat stripes, vertical and horizontal striped T-shirts and skirts are H-O-T-T. You're also going to find that a lot of clothes will be made from body-clinging fabrics like Lycra or spandex, which were super-popular in the '80s. Oh, and don't forget to leave some room in your closet for multi-colored stripes too!

'80s Fashion Trends - The Bigger the Better

Ok, we're talking earrings here ladies. Earrings with attitude. If your earrings are hiding behind your hair, they just aren't big enough. Whether they're hoops or just kind of crazy and dangly - you wanna make a statement with 'em. Match the color with your shirt or maybe with your shoes. Just make sure they stand out!

'80s Fashion Trends - Jelly Bracelets & Fishnet Stockings

Madonna set the trend back in the day by wearing an armful of jelly bracelets (which are actually made of rubber or plastic) and now you can load up on 'em too. Pair them up with a black and white stretch shirt or a pair of colorful fishnet stockings. Fishnets will really add some extra flair to your outfit.

'80s Fashion Trends - Floral Prints

Button-down shirts, skirts and dresses in floral patterns are a must-have - just don't over do it. One dress and/or shirt will be good for the season. Make sure you don't get decked out in floral from head to toe. If you have a floral skirt, pair it up with a solid color top, so your outfit won't be too busy.

'80s Fashion Trends - Leg Warmers and Chucks

While summer is on the horizon, there are still some chilly spring days to brave before it arrives. So why not keep warm and look fashionable with a cute pair of leg warmers? Pair them with with a skirt (you could even put them over your fishnets), and you've got an outfit that'll turn heads. Now the only thing you need is the right footwear and you'll be unstoppable. A closet full of '80s clothing just wouldn't be complete without a pair of Chucks (Converse high tops). These versitile kicks look great with just about everything and they come in every color under the rainbow.

Stylish Tips on Layering


Top a track jacket over a dress shirt and tee.
Layering Tips
Layer leggings under a denim mini.
Layering Tips

Layering is a great way to combine your fave t-shirts and sweaters while showing off your personal sense of style. It's also practical cuz you can wear an extra layer during the cool mornings and slip it off once it warms up in the afternoon!

Layering - Think Thin

T-shirts were made for layering. You can wear them under sweaters, dress shirts, polos and long-sleeve shirts, or wear a couple of different colored tees together. Make sure to layer lightweight fabrics or else you'll look really bulky.


Layering - Be a Cool Geek

Unlike its name, geek chic is one of the coolest styles for guys. The best geek chic dresser has got to be Adam Brody, who layers a button-down shirt with an argyle cardigan or sweater vest. Just avoid the stuffy look by exposing the collar and cuffs, and keeping the buttons undone.


Layering - Shrug One On

A shrug, which is a cropped cardigan, is a great layering piece. It goes with anything from cute camisoles and tanks to casual t-shirts.


Layering - Layer Your Legs

Layering doesn't have to be restricted to tops. You can layer jewelry, scarves, socks - and even bottoms. For a trendy '80s outfit, get out your capri-length leggings and pair 'em with a denim miniskirt or shorts.

What Jeans Work for You?

We all have different body types, so we're not all going to look fabulous in the same styles. Some of us look hot in skinny jeans, while others prefer baggy denims. Find out which jeans look best on you based on your figure.

Pear Shape

Boot-cuts minimize a wide hip and behind.
Boot-cut jeans are flattering on any body type, but they're best for pear shapes because the slightly flared hems minimizes thighs and balances out a wide hip or behind. The best way to wear boot-cuts is with high-heeled boots or stilettos, so leave your flat shoes at home.






Boyish Frame

Skinny jeans give the illusion of curvier hips.
Girls with boyish figures should choose skinny jeans because the slender cut at the calves makes hips look wider and adds curves to a flat behind. Offset skinnies with a voluminous top, and either wear them with flats or tuck them into a pair of slouchy boots.




Short Legs

Trouser jeans have a higher waist.
Get the illusion of long legs with trouser jeans, which has a higher waist that provides a longer vertical line. Elongate your legs even more by stepping out in heels. Remember, the longer the hem, the longer your legs will look. This doesn't mean that your jeans should be dragging, but that the hem should hit below the ankles.




All Shapes

Capris look great on everyone!
Capris look great on everyone. Just keep in mind that they can make your legs look shorter, so petite girls should look for capris that fall just above the knee. These jeans look great with just about any type of shoe, from flip flops to dressy sandals.

Finding Sunglasses that Suit Your Face!

By: lavender
feature photoSunglasses are gorgeous accessories that add a touch of chic to your look while protecting your peepers from the harmful rays of the sun! However, finding the right kind of sunglasses to suit your face shape can be a little tricky, so we decided to put together a little how-to guide on finding the perfect pair!

1. Oval Face
If you have a long oval face, you’re lucky. People with oval faces look great in any hairstyle, and sunnies are no different! We’d suggest trying out those daring wrap-around sunnies as they’re flattering and definitely different. Something those with other face shapes wouldn’t be able to pull off!
2. Round Face
If your face is round and your features are not particularly sharp and prominent, it is best to add some angles to your face. How? With square sunnies of course! The square or rectangular frames will make your features appear sharper and give your face a more chiseled appearance.
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3. Square Face
If you have a broad jawline and a squarish face, it’s best to go in the opposite direction of those with round faces. Opt for sunnies with round frames that will soften your features and give you a feminine, less angular look.
4. Heart Shaped Face
If you have a wide forehead and a sharp chin, you have what is known as a heart shaped face. For your face cut, go for something a little more delicate. Avoid wired frames and DEFINITELY avoid wayfarers as they emphasize your wide forehead. Go for large glasses that are slightly rounded to balance out your features.
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So there you have it, a guide on finding the shades to suit your face. Have fun rocking those sunnies, ladies!
Pictures credited to xamoz.com, beautyblitz.com, beautyhobby.com

Listen To Him

By: elise

Sometimes we tend to forget that men too need someone to confide in and listen to them when they have had a hard day.  Most men will listen patiently while their girlfriends go on and on about how they have had a hard day, or how they had a disagreement with so-and-so, or simply when they are having a bad day or feeling fat. But we women need to remember that we need to reverse the roles sometimes too.
Here’s how you can ensure you are there for your man when he needs you:
  • If you notice he is being unusually quiet: Ask him if something is on his mind. Sometimes men need to be prodded a little before they reveal information because they aren’t like women, who just express everything they are feeling. If you notice he is being unusually quiet, ask him if something is wrong and if he would like to talk about it.
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  • If he doesn’t want to talk about it just yet: If he still doesn’t seem ready to talk about it even after you’ve asked, then just let him know that you’re there to listen whenever he is ready to talk. Don’t push or pester him, because this may annoy him even more. Just let him know you’re there if he needs someone to talk to and leave it at that. He will come to you when he is ready.
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  • When he is ready to talk: When he is ready to talk, listen to him. Don’t be judgmental, don’t criticize, just listen patiently while he rants, and offer some words of support or encouragement here and there.
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  • Show him you love him: If you see that your man is having a bad day, do something to cheer him up. Like cook him his favorite meal for example. Or bring him to one of his favorite places where you know he is always happy to go.
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They may not say it often, but guys do need someone they can count on too and someone to listen to them sometimes. A little show of support is enough to make your man remember why he fell in love with you in the first place. And believe me, they do notice!
Image credits: factoidz.com, examiner.com, lmerlobooth.typepad.com, love-and-relationships.com, bioidenticalhormoneexperts.com
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