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Shoot your masterpiece in HD;
Film, edit and perfect your high-definition masterpieces, then share them with the world. Add music, images, text and transitions - all from the phone. With a large 12 MP sensor and Carl Zeiss optics you can capture great images. The Xenon flash allows you to take good pictures in low-light conditions as well

Powered by Symbian 3
With Symbian^3 you can enjoy over 250 exciting new features such as HD video playback on your compatible wide-screen TV, organising your life online across three home screens. Multitask easily with the new visual task manager and switch between open apps with a single tap. All of this and more without sacrificing battery life

Connect to your home theatre
The Nokia N8 features an HDMI connection so you can easily show off your images, videos and music on compatible televisions and projectors. All in stunning high-definition digital 720p resolution. It also features premium-quality *Dolby Digital Plus technology - compatible with home theatre systems - so movies will sound as good as they look.
*Dolby Digital Plus technology. Dolby is a registered trademark of Dolby Laboratries.

Make it your own
Personalise your phone by adding your own widgets. Not one but three live home screens – make one for work, use one for fun, and have one with your favourite picture as the wallpaper. Swipe between the home screens with an easy gesture. Download more widgets from Ovi Store.

Download thousands of opportunities
Turn your Nokia N8 into a tool for showing off, having fun and being creative. In Ovi Store you'll find thousands of different applications to constantly upgrade and improve your device. Download apps, games and videos. The possibilities to make your phone smarter, more useful and simply more fun are endless.

National Geographic in your pocket;
The Nokia N8 with On demand Web TV. Access your favourite TV channels like CNN and National Geographic and get them piped to your phone from the comfort of your bus seat. Visit Ovi Store to find even more Web TV channels.

Navigation. For free. Forever;
Voice-guided navigation wherever you are in the world. Absolutely free. Simply enter where you want to go and Ovi Maps with voice guidance will tell you how to get there, turn by turn. By car or on foot.

Fifty hours of music playback;

You can browse smoothly through all your favourite albums and once again get thrilled by the album artwork. Re-experience your record collection for over 50 hours straight.

Make a good thing even better;
Enjoy superior audio quality for all your handsfree calls with the Nokia Bluetooth Headset BH-608. Or go all out and make your flight a pleasure with the Nokia Bluetooth Stereo Headset BH-905 with eight microphones for cancelling up to 99% of background noise.

Posted by Kami Tuesday, July 26, 2011 0 comments

Doing a printer cleaning is the best way to always have a clean and readable document.
Two type of printers.
Whether the printer is an Epson printer, HP printer, or a Canon printer the general procedure for cleaning is the same. If the printer happens to be a bigger printer, for items such as advertising on larger format materials, the process is a bit more exaggerated but essentially the same.

Every day printers
Cleaning an every day office type printer usually just entails a good solid wipe down. The real trick is to not damage the printer by using cleaning items that are meant for other cleaning activities. Cleaning chemicals to avoid include alcohol or more harsh cleaning agents. These chemicals can damage electrical areas and do more harm than good. Try and stay with light cleaning supplies like baby wipes or a damp non shedding towel. In either case, do not let water get into contact with the inside of the printer whether it is an Epson printer, canon printer or any other.

Cleaning the printer.
The very first thing to do is unplug the printer. Make sure that all lights are out and that the plug is away from the unit.
Open the front of the printer, with a damp non-shedding cloth give a light wipe down looking for dust build up or paper shards. If the paper has been appearing with black marks on the back, look inside the printer and wipe excess ink away. Make sure to wipe this area again so that there is no remaining moisture.
A clean printer cartridge is also a must clean area. Remove each cartridge and gently wipe excess ink away. Be sure not to leave any fibrous material around exit ports. The paper receiver basket may need to be removed and check underneath for dust and paper shards around the legs. A proper printer cleaning also means wiping down the basket with a mild detergent. You can also use a cleaning cartridge, which helps to clean inaccessible points of printer by hand.
If the printer has not been used for some time a head cleaning will be needed. For a complete printer cleaning in this instance go to the control panel and printers. Here the unit will be able to run diagnostic programs and get the printer heads up.

Posted by Kami Sunday, October 18, 2009 0 comments

If you have brought out the new iPOD then, it is time to make sure you get the maximum out of it. iPods don't come cheap, and that alone justifies the effort in taking a few precautionary measure that will help you get the most out of your iPod.

You need to keep these aspects to keep in your mind always while using your iPod!

A. Keep Your iPod Cool.

As far as IPods go, being cool is best. That means ensuring that your IPod is at about room temperature (72° F or 22° C). Do not keep it in strong sunlight, The more the iPod heats up, it lower its life.

B. Use Your iPod Regularly.

Regular use of your iPod ensures that the battery charges and discharges regularly. This prolongs both the battery life and lifespan. An iPod that is used regularly will last longer.

C.Turn Off.

You can either use the hold button to prevent the iPod from waking up due to movement or switch it off when you don't want it. This helps conserve battery power and delays the necessity for another charging cycle.

D. Disable Wi-Fi.

If you keep the Wi-Fi capability enabled always, the circuits tend to consume a lot of power even if you are not connected to a network. It is wise to enable Wi-Fi only when you need it.

E. Backlight Off.

Keep the backlight of the LCD screen off will help conserve a significant amount of power.

F. Applications.

There are several applications available for the iPod that keeps the screen from becoming dim or turning off. The applications should be used sparingly in order to maximize the iPod Capabilities.

Posted by Kami Friday, October 16, 2009 0 comments

LG Electronics have launched of its new LCD TV Scarlet LG80 which is designed as an ideal home theater tv with superb sound system and matchless picture quality.

LG80 Scarlet is part of LG’s continuing Scarlet series,
along with the LG60 and LG70, and has carefully tuned speakers that automatically slide out of the side of the set when it is turned on. This feature not only adds a bit more excitement to LG’s high performance TV, it also helps improve sound quality.

LG incorporated a 3.1-channel virtual surround sound system
into the LG80, creating an immersive experience without the
need for external speakers.

At the heart of the LG80’s sound system lies a 3.1-channel
virtual surround sound system, fully incorporated into the
TV itself with 50 watts of output, compared to 20 watts for most TVs. It Also has 4 speakers in total.

The Scarlet LG80 is also equipped with LG’s Clear Voice technology,
which eliminates problems with hearing human voices over background
noise in movies mixed for 5.1 channel surround sound.

The LG80 is designed along the same sleek lines as LG’s other Scarlet series TVs, the LG60 and LG70.

The Scarlet LG80’s speakers slide out from either side of the TV when it is turned on, revealing their alluring scarlet shade. The smiling LG logo and soft red frame which includes channel and volume buttons make the TV feel much warmer and a welcome addition to any living room.

By hiding the speakers when the TV is turned off, LG took design to another level, helping to create harmony with the rest of the room.

The new series of Samsung ultra-slim LED TVs combine breakthrough picture quality, eco-friendly design and advanced connectivity options that will keep you entertained round the clock. Including Internet@TV that allows you to receive content via Yahoo!®, Flickr®, and other online TV Widgets on screen. USB 2.0 Movie: Multi-Media Center makes it easy to watch movies, browse photos and listen to music on your TV. The Samsung UN46B7000 LED HDTV also makes it easy to be green with up to 40% less power consumption than conventional LCDs 1

Breakthrough Picture Quality!
For images that are very much closer to life you need the 3 Cs: contrast, color and clarity. Ultra-brilliant Samsung LED TVs have them all. 3,000,000:1 Mega Contrast provides an incredible range of brightness-from pure blacks to pristine whites. Advanced Color Processing enables a wider range of natural colors and provides greater depth for a vibrant, captivating picture - even with subtle colors. Plus its Auto Motion Plus 120 Hz technology eliminates virtually all motion blur, leaving your picture smooth and crisp.

The Slimmest Ever Tv!

Unlike other "slim" televisions, LED 7000 is one of the slimmest television in the world. Instead of multiple parts molded together, it's one solid, seamless, incredibly beautiful advanced television. Elegantly supported by a unique crystal neck. You'll have no trouble finding a place for it in any room. It takes only one screw to mount the astonishingly slim, light LED 7000. And just one look at the Touch of Colour frame with its soft, square corners is all it takes to see that it's not just a television you're hanging.

Posted by Kami Sunday, October 11, 2009 0 comments

Red Universal Neoprene Arm Band Case!

It is an arm band case whichPrevent scratches and securely carry your cell phone or MP3 player with this Red Universal Neoprene Arm Band Case. U can use it as your Cell Phone Case or MP3 Case when travailing. This arm band universal cell phone case features 2 neoprene layers providing ultimate protection and is compatible with many devices

Dual Car Charger Socket Adapter!

1. Vehicle cigarette lighter plug has two car charger sockets to power two cell phones at the same time.
2. Also useful when charging your cell phone, while using your other plug for other portable electronics.
3. Solid body of this dual socket cigarette light adapter supports substantial weight, as well as adjusts angle to clear many ash-trays.
4. Just plug in the dual-port adapter for 2 sockets of power & play! One Year Warranty Compatible with all cell phone car chargers. Always have a fully powered battery with the aftermarket Dual Car Charger. Simultaneously restore power to multiple devices with this dual cell phone car charger.

Posted by Kami Thursday, October 8, 2009 0 comments

With Nokia 5330 fresh design, the Nokia 5330 XpressMusic takes a new look at music and social networking. The edgy top-sliced form factor and personalised lighting controls help the Nokia 5330 XpressMusic feel fresh and matchless. Alongside music, social networking plays a key part in the 5330’s skills with easy access to online social sites such as

1) Ovi 2) Facebook 3) MySpace.

Accessing music is a breeze too with dedicated music keys on the side of the device and easy access to the Nokia Music store (where available). Using any headphones is made simple with the inclusion of a 3.5mm jack offering crystal clear sound. More than 24 hours of music playback comes courtesy of the extended battery life. It’s also compatible with Comes with Music, where available, and of course Nokia Music for PC.Storage for up to 3,000 songs comes with the included 2GB microSD card, though up to 16GB of storage is possible with support for 16GB microSD memory cards. Nokia Maps is on board to make the best use of the A-GPS making the Nokia 5330 XpressMusic a truly multi-functional device. The 2.4-inch screen, slider form factor and fresh design make this an appealing option for music fans. And it is important that it stay alive for over 14 days on standby.

Posted by Kami Tuesday, October 6, 2009 0 comments

The WiMAX Technology "802.16"
In this advanse world of technology we have so many technologies that help us in every aspect of our daily life such as transportation, communication etc. WiMAX is also one of the emerging technology that provide us high speed mobile data and telecommunication services. WiMAX stands for "Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access" and it is based on IEEE 802.16 standards. It works same as Wi-Fi does but it is more efficient then WiFi and it can route data to Wi-Fi that is Wi-Fi devices can take advantage of WiMAX connection. WiMAX technology provides higher speed connection up to 70 Mbps over the area of 30 miles. There is no need for line of sight connection between subscriber terminals and the base station in WiMAX technology and it can support hundreds if not thousands of subscribers from a single base station. It is also specified in 802.16 standards that it will supports low latency applications such as voice, video, and Internet access at the same time.

I have analyzed and study the risks to WiMAX technology and provide some enhancements techniques and solutions for that. Most of the threats to WiMAX technology are the security issues that need to be suitably decided for better services and security of the WiMAX network. The issues relating to security of WiMAX technology are authentication, encryption and availability. I will discuss and analyse each of the issues in detail and provide some possible enhancement for the WiMAX technology and solutions to overcome the problem.

Around 2004, WiMAX technology become progressively more discussed. Although initially designed as a fixed technology, it was being conformed in the standards to develop into a mobile technology also known as IEEE 802.16e. Many experts made claims about the WiMAX technology, some claimed it would have significantly greater range than 3G, higher data rates, would be built into all computing devices and as a effect it would take over the market for 3G like services.

In 2006, the view was that WiMax mobile networks might not be launched until the end of 2007 or 2008. It would then take some time to install the networks and require terminal devices, so it might not be until 2010 that it would be likely to see whether WiMax was having any impact on 3G.

Posted by Kami Saturday, October 3, 2009 0 comments

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