Archive for October, 2007

iPhone is limied.

Wireless carrier AT&T said Wednesday it plans to limit iPhone sales at its retail stores to ‘one per person’ on Friday — the first day the eagerly sought Apple handset is due to go on sale nationwide.

“With iPhone arriving June 29th at 6 p.m. in AT&T retail stores, the wait is almost over. Use our online store locator to find the closest AT&T store that sells Apple iPhone (limit one per person),” the company wrote in an email to subscribers. “We’ll show you maps, directions, and everything you need to get your hands on an iPhone as quickly as possible.”

Apple retail stores are also expected to limit the number of iPhones its shopper can purchase on the first day, though it has not said how many that will be. Obviously, both AT&T and Apple are in the business of improving their bottom lines, and will ease the limitation over time.

For its part, Apple will also be making iPhone available for purchase from its online store, where it’s unlikely to impose limits.

iPhone makes your study easier.

If you are happy owner of iPhone you can just connect to Ultralingua online and delivers definitions and translations within seconds. It also conjugates verbs and converts numbers to text — the perfect reference for the person on the move. You get dictionary and grammar checking software by Ultralingua, with easy to use interfaces, extensive dictionary databases, and seamless interaction with other applications.

Use Ultralingua freely for just a few searches per day; for more extensive use, subscriptions cost only $29.95 — and also allow you full access to Ultralingua’s online resources at http://www.ultralingua.com/onlinedictionary/
Dictionary and grammar checking software by Ultralingua is easy to use interfaces, extensive dictionary databases, and seamless interaction with other applications. German-English, French-English, or any other program will help you with a translation work you do.

iPhone in the UK.

Apple plan to start to sale of their revolutionary mobile phone with a widescreen and touch controls in the UK on the 9th November. At first the phones will be sold in store in Regent Street in London. This will be followed in new stores:
• The Bullring Shopping Centre in Birmingham.
• The Brent Cross Shopping Centre in London.
• The Trafford Centre in Manchester.
• The Bluewater Shopping Centre in Kent.
• The Meadowhall Shopping Centre in Sheffield, also online at the iPod UK Store. It will cost £269 including VAT.

The iPhone will be on the O2 network. It will be on an 18-month contract on a tariff of £35 (200 minutes and 200 texts), £45 (600 minutes and 500 texts) and £55 per month (1200 minutes and 500 texts), all of which will include unlimited mobile data usage.

30 Year Continuous Power Battery

Do you know that your next mobile phone or laptop could have a continuous power battery that lasts for 30 years without a single recharge. Such great invention was made by Scientists of the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory. The breakthrough betavoltaic power cells are constructed from semiconductors and use radioisotopes as the energy source. As the radioactive material decays it emits beta particles that transform into electric power capable of fueling an electrical device like a laptop for years.

The profile of the cell phone battery can be quite small and thin, a porous silicon material is used to collect the hydrogen isotope tritium which is generated in the process. The reaction is non-thermal which means mobile phones, laptops and other small devices will run much cooler than with traditional lithium-ion power batteries. The reason the battery lasts so long is that neutron beta-decay into protons is the world’s most concentrated source of electricity, truly demonstrating Einstein’s theory E=MC2.

The best part about these cells are when they eventually run out of power they are totally inert and non-toxic, so environmentalists need not fear these high tech scientific wonder batteries. If all goes well plans are for these cells to reach store shelves in about 2 to 3 years.

Serenata from Bang & Olufsen and Samsung.

Serenata is stylish mobile phone from Bang & Olufsen and Samsung by the price nearly $2000. This is new music mobile phone that absolutely satisfies it’s musical name, combined superb sound quality with the convenience of a mobile phone, all nicely tucked in the palm of your hand. It’s completely suitable choice for move or any kind of outdoor.

“Since we started our first co-operation with Bang & Olufsen, we have only been confirmed in our belief that both companies share a passion for innovation and consumer-focused technology. Serenata is another example of new ways to think of the mobile phone. I’m proud to say that our customers can see a true innovation of music player and mobile phone as we have opened a new era of mobile phones with Serene two years ago”, says Geesung Choi, President of the Telecommunications Network Business in Samsung Electronics.