FCC has just approved ASUS P505, Microsoft Windows Mobile 2003 for PocketPC Phone Edition device which somewhat resembles Sony Ericsson P900. The same phone was one of the winners of “Best Computex Awards” from Computex Taipei 2004 International Information Technology show. Read More . . .
Camera-enabled wireless phones are a great way to capture memories on the fly. Unfortunately, because most phones have low-resolution cameras, the photos sometimes turn out grainy or have lighting problems. Another common problem is noise, which you see as stray colored pixels in an area of solid color, for instance, bright blue pixels on a person’s forehead. The new Reduce Noise filter in Adobe
Have you ever wondered how to run ASP.NET against Apache Web Server? Although it is not recommended, you might try it using the ways Digging .NET has introduced.
TEHRAN, December 29 (RIA Novosti’s Nikolai Terekhov) – Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Hamid Reza Assefi has said that the National Geographic magazine offered a written apology to Iran and expressed its readiness to correct the mistake made in one of its issues.
Papyrus is a great advance for Microsoft SmartPhone Calendar which can be downloaded here. What’s more, it is FREE!
Thanks to Nauman Leghari for putting all these great articles in chapters. Worth reading them all!
I have been using my phone more than a month I think, and have been really happy with it’s T9 future since it learns my key phrases which are typed in Persian-English and in the times I have to send text messages, I don’t face any issue typing them all. But Deep Shift is pointing to some of it’s lacks.
Paschal L, is in Thailand and has taken some photos from the disaster himself. You might take a look here.
30,000 people died last year in Bam around the same day, now same thing has happened after a year in southern Asia…
BBC: “More than 10,000 people have been killed across southern Asia in massive sea surges triggered by the strongest earthquake in the world for 40 years. The 8.9 magnitude quake struck under the sea near Aceh in north Indonesia, generating a wall of water that sped across thousands of kilometres of sea. More than 4,100 died in Indonesia, 3,500 in Sri Lanka and 2,000 in India.”