Motorola and 3 have announce the arrival of their most superior 3G handset to date -- the Motorola A920. The earpiece has a full-color widescreen display designed to showcase 3's person-to-person video calling capabilities, as well as its exclusive video content.
The revolutionary Motorola A920 sets a new typical for the mobile industry and brings improved functionality to clientele of 3's video mobile network. A mobile phone, video and still camera, a PDA, an MP3 player and gaming competence have been collective into one manufactured goods.
The A920's 65,000+ color screen -- which can also hold up to 20 lines of text -- will show video comfortable, such as Barclaycard Premiership goals and the most recent film clips, with an extraordinary clarity and declaration.
The handset was together developed by 3 and Motorola, exclusively for the 3 video mobile network.
A true machinery companion, with this new handset, 3 customers will be able to:
Make real time video calls to friends, family or contemporaries via a digital, built in video camera. Great for distribution recollections or special occasion with other 3 video mobile users
View music videos, movie trailers, sports or news clips at near transmit quality
Find the nearest cafe, eating place, shops or cinema, thanks to 3's location services and the new assist Global Positioning System (AGPS) potential of the A920
Listen to music using the phone as a personal stereo with an incorporated MP3 player and a built in speaker as well as disconnect headphones
Make or receive calls at the same time as accessing 3's content areas and downloading video or audio clips
Use the phone internationally. Customers can make calls (including in North America via the tri-band operation)
The A920's full color screen is large enough for users to fully be grateful for videos, photos and video calls. It boasts a intelligibility and resolution (65,000+ colors) of better excellence than ever seen before on a mobile phone.
Although the product is crammed full of the latest machinery, it is very simple to use. The touch screen uses a stylus pen and handwriting recognition technology.
The menu system is navigated via icons on the touch screen, as well as dedicated 'hot buttons' for the most popular application such as, 'home' and '3 services '. When browsing, the 'forward' and 'back' options operate just like on a PC.
The A920 runs on a version of the open operating system, Symbian OS v7.0 and incorporates the latest pen-based user interface by UIQ. Applications can be downloaded, such as games based on Java and C++, from 3. This will allow consumers to update their handsets regularly with new applications and content.
The Motorola A920 can also double up as a separate, hand-held gaming console. Flip the phone on its side and use the console-style game controls, including a five-way navigation key to play Java-based games.
An development memory card is also available for up to 256 extra Mb of space for multimedia files. The phone also offers more basic mobile phone functionality such as text and picture messaging.
The full money-making rollout of 3 services in the UK and Italy is already underway, with further services to follow over the coming months in Hong Kong, Australia, Sweden, Austria, Denmark, Ireland and Israel.
The Motorola A920 will be accessible in 3 outlet and from selected retail partners from September 2003
Thursday, July 23, 2009
Sunday, June 21, 2009
Men are so fond of wearing neckties that they keep many of them in their undeclared. Ties can give a tedious outfit its much needed boost up and add color to your usual getup. Even though they are just incredible most men take for granted, neckties are still significant particularly when it comes to looking your best. Remember that the way you dress and how you carry yourself speak of your personality.
Do you often buy new ties to replace your old ones because they are previously scratched? Is cleaning your necktie too much of a burden to you? Do you wish to for all time have a wrinkle-free tie especially when you travel? If yes, then you should learn how to take good care of your ties. Here are some practical tips that can help you out:
Keep it straight
The best way to have neckties free from wrinkles and creases is to keep them straight. After exhausting your tie, avoid crumbling your necktie and throw it in the laundry storage bin where you may pile your other dirty clothes over it. Quality ties like those made from silk do not crinkle easily. However, if your tie gets crumpled you must not iron it for ironing will only destroy the tie's substance. Just run a steam iron closely above your tie, avoiding direct contact. If you are traveling, minimally dangle your tie in the bathroom while you take a hot shower and allow the condensation to straighten the wrinkles.
Store and pack it right
Storing your tie is very important. You can do this by execution your necktie or rolling it up carefully. Tie racks are obtainable in department stores and they offer a more convenient way of storing your ties. On the other hand, you may also hang your tie in a hanger and put it inside the closet. If you travel most of the time, you may just buy a tie suitcase or roll your tie and stock it in a shoe to avoid wrinkles. Hang it straight straight away after unpacking.
Clean it well
Ties can last a lifetime once you know how to take care of them. Make your ties last forever by education how to clean them well. now and then, we can't avoid staining our tie. In this case, remove the stain right away using a stain remover or rubbing alcohol. If the stain cannot be easily removed, go to your trusted dry-cleaner and let them clean your tie for you. Avoid using detergents that contain chemicals that may ruin the fabric of your tie.
Taking care of your time is so easy to do. Always remember to keep it straight, store and pack it right especially when traveling, and clean your tie well. By following these simple instructions you are guaranteed to have your ties stay with you for a long time.
Pohl is an expert on mens fashion. Besides writing articles on style for guys he is also the founder for online tie retailer Ties-Necktie.com - a site with more than one thousand designer neckties to choose from. The site also offers helpful style recommendation in the blog subdivision, as well as information on How to Tie a Tie.
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Monday, February 9, 2009
If you haven't lived under a rock for the past few decades, then you surely know that Rolex stands for luxurious precision timekeeping, and you know that Timex is the premier name in inexpensive, reliable timekeeping. The vast area between the two, however, offers the widest selection of watches-in terms of function, fashion and price.
We're all creatures of habit, and if one watch has served us well for years, it's natural that we gravitate toward the same brand and design each time we purchase a new watch. If you'd like to adorn your wrist with a different type of watch, perhaps a Swiss-quartz or high-fashion watch, we offer you a cheat sheet below, to help you get up to speed quickly with the many offerings available today.
If you've always thought of a watch as a functional necessity, you might add a few fashionable watches to your collection of watches and bracelets. If you've always worn high-fashion watches, consider adding an elegant watch to your collection, perhaps one with a golden mesh band. Whatever your requirements for timekeeping and your sense of fashion, you'll find a watch to suit your needs.
Impress Your Colleagues Watches
In the exclusive $5000-$2,000,000 range, you'll find a variety of luxury watches with names that escape the average man or woman on the street, and you won't find any of these online. Does Vacheron Constantin or Blancpain ring a bell?
Perception is everything, and a genuine Rolex brands you a person of discerning taste. If you live in New York City, you might be surprised to learn that you can buy a Rolex from a bona fide jeweler, most likely in the 10021 zip code. Forget all the hype about Rolex watches: people buy them for one reason. They are the most recognized status symbols in watches—everyone has heard of a Rolex, and a diamond and gold Rolex remains out of most everyone's price range.
Rolex watches are the most popular, and ownership is not a requirement for popularity. It might surprise you to learn that Rolex watches are not THE most accurate. It is unlikely that they take a year to make, and their resale value is of little importance to their buyers. Ah, Madison Avenue strikes again. Still, a Rolex watch is a fine watch and an investment in time. Give me status; give me a Rolex.
Other fine high-end watches include Cartier and Omega.
If you're a mere mortal with a penchant for arriving at your destination in style at the prescribed time (perhaps your job depends upon it), your idea of a good watch probably resides in the $100-500 range, and maybe even toward the lower end of that scale. You know the names Seiko, Swiss Army, Pulsar, and Citizen—just to name a few. The brands available in this price range offer a wide selection of choices ranging from simple and elegant leather bands, to mesh and link bands. You'll find analog and digital displays, timers, calendar displays, water-resistance, etc. in this price range. In fact, this price range offers the widest variety in terms of elegance, precision time keeping, and fashion choices. You can select from a number of watches using Swiss-quartz movements in this price range.
For the Fun of it
You'll find everything from designer-of-the-moment watches to household names such as Swatch and Fossil in the below-$100 range. The Fossil collections feature casual and dress watches in a dizzying array of choices, and provide dependable service as well. Fossil offers a lot of bang for the buck—fashion, dependability, variety.
Starting at $40, Swatch offers the most in up-to-the-minute throwaway watch fashion. The company began late in the 20th century as a consortium of Swiss watchmakers and worldwide graphical designers with one goal: to resurrect the analog watch. Swatch has come a long way since those days, and one of their newer creations, the Skin Diamond watch, can set you back a cool $2000. Of course, you won't run into yourself coming and going if you sport this new status symbol. The rest of us can settle with wearing our moods on our wrists.
And, last but certainly not least—depending on your current age—this category satisfies the Abercrombie-and-Fitch, Top 40 crowd with an assortment of watches from the king of the teen designers, Tommy Hilfiger himself.
Whatever your pleasure in marking time, find it, get it, own it, wear it. Mere mortals like us can browse and purchase the watches of our choice right here—onlin
Sunday, February 8, 2009
The LCD television is great in small places
The LCD television will fit where larger TVs can not. The term LCD stands for Liquid Crystal Diode. If you want a flat panel TV, you can choose either a LCD TV or plasma TV. It is in the electronics that the LCD differs from the plasma TV.
How does the LCD make a picture?
LCD TVs are available in a few variations. The first is the conventional LCD panel, but isn’t only used in televisions. LCDs are used in many other electronic technologies like microwaves, digital clocks, calculators, and stereos. In the television, the LCD comes in the design called Twisted Nematic (TM). It is a naturally twisted crystalline structure that reacts to electric currents in predictable manners. The currents cause it to untwist to different degrees based on the voltage given. These TN crystals are stuck between panes of polarized glass and the untwisting allows different amounts of light to pass through.
Most agree that if you are purchasing a flat television panel smaller than 37”, you should buy a LCD TV. Larger LCD panels tend to not be as crisp. You will find that the plasma TV is better, if bigger. There are two exceptions if the room is very bright, the LCD is superior and LCD also is more resistant to burn in from sources like computers and TV video game consoles. LCD can burn out but occur much less than earlier models. Many models are now High Definition (HDTV) capable as well.
The life-span of the LCD is tremendous as well and outlasts your old CRT TV. This makes it a great investment and valuable in your house.
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1. There are no annoying wires or cords.
2. No memory card involved.
3. Free picture CD is usually included with your prints on a disposable digital camera package.
4. The delete button always allows you to erase unwanted pictures on your disposable digital camera.
5. Most disposable digital cameras have 25 exposures.
6. Currently, 12 MB of internal memory is the standard on disposable digital cameras.
7. Runs in AA alkaline batteries that are always included in the disposable digital camera.
8. Contains an automatic flash.
9. A self-timer is included on most disposable digital cameras.
10. On average the cost for a disposable digital camera is between $11.00-$19.99.
11. The average cost for prints on a disposable digital camera is $11.00. This includes 25-4 x 6 prints and a picture CD.
1. You cannot connect your disposable digital camera to your PC or MAC.
2. The photos must be developed at a retailer that provide the proper equipment for your particular brand of disposable digital camera.
3. Some disposable digital cameras have color preview screens and some don’t.
4. Disposable digital cameras are only available in limited numbers and limited locations as of now.
5. You are only able to delete the most recent photo that was taken-therefore if you take a couple pictures, you cannot go back and erase the first or second one.
Sunday, January 25, 2009
Pieces of fine jewelry will definitely attract greediness, and therefore it is best to keep all your fine jewelry in a safe place. The best place to hide something is right in front of someone’s eyes, where it is very obvious. So what can you do to protect your jewelry from being taken away?
One good solution is to hide them in a hidden compartment safe, because they look like real items in the house. Books, cleaning machines, cans, and even electrical outlets are good examples of “real items” in the house.
Before you go out there and buy all those real items, make sure you buy those that you might use. When you frequently put things into a soda can, it is more likely to be ignored by intruders than the ones that are empty and produced rattling sounds when jewelry are hidden inside. If you have one that tends to rattle, make sure that you stuff tissue papers in it with your fine jewelry so as to keep it from rattling around.
So why are hidden compartment safes so effective in keeping your jewelry safe from intruders? An intrusion will usually take place in the dark, and an intruder will most probably want to rush through the process so as to avoid and detection. He or she will more likely to look through the obvious spots rather than open every book in the bookshelf, shake every pop can in the fridge, or look at every cleaning product under the sink.
The intruder will not spend his or her time on finding the hidden compartments in the house as the likelihood of them finding a hidden compartment safe among cans are very rare. That is why it is so great to use hidden compartment safes to hide your fine jewelry!
Thursday, January 8, 2009
Diamond jewelry: diamond rings, diamond earrings, diamond pendants and diamond bracelets are some of the most sought after gemstone creations. Your eyes tell you how beautiful a piece of diamond jewelry is, but how do you know you are getting your money’s worth?
A little knowledge can go a long way to help you purchase a beautiful piece of diamond jewelry at a fair price.
Diamond Jewelry 101
A diamond's value is based on four criteria: color, cut, clarity, and carat. The clarity and color of a diamond usually are graded. However, scales are not uniform: a clarity grade of "slightly included" may represent a different grade on one grading system versus another, depending on the terms used in the scale. Make sure you know how a particular scale and grade represent the color or clarity of the diamond you're considering. A diamond can be described as "flawless" only if it has no visible surface or internal imperfections when viewed under 10-power magnification by a skilled diamond grader.
As with other gems, diamond weight usually is stated in carats. Diamond weight may be described in decimal or fractional parts of a carat. If the weight is given in decimal parts of a carat, the figure should be accurate to the last decimal place. For example, ".30 carat" could represent a diamond that weighs between .295 - .304 carat. Some retailers describe diamond weight in fractions and use the fraction to represent a range of weights. For example, a diamond described as 1/2 carat could weigh between .47 - .54 carat. If diamond weight is stated as fractional parts of a carat, the retailer should disclose two things: that the weight is not exact, and the reasonable range of weight for each fraction or the weight tolerance being used.
Some diamonds may be treated to improve their appearance in similar ways as other gemstones. Since these treatments improve the clarity of the diamond, some jewelers refer to them as clarity enhancement. One type of treatment - fracture filling - conceals cracks in diamonds by filling them with a foreign substance. This filling may not be permanent and jewelers should tell you if the diamond you're considering has been fracture-filled.
Another treatment - lasering - involves the use of a laser beam to improve the appearance of diamonds that have black inclusions or spots. A laser beam is aimed at the inclusion. Acid is then forced through a tiny tunnel made by the laser beam to remove the inclusion. Lasering is permanent and a laser-drilled stone does not require special care.
While a laser-drilled diamond may appear as beautiful as a comparable untreated stone, it may not be as valuable. That's because an untreated stone of the same quality is rarer and therefore more valuable. Jewelers should tell you whether the diamond you're considering has been laser-drilled.
Imitation diamonds, such as cubic zirconia, resemble diamonds in appearance but are much less costly. Certain laboratory-created gemstones, such as lab-created moissanite, also resemble diamonds and may not be adequately detected by the instruments originally used to identify cubic zirconia. Ask your jeweler if he has the current testing equipment to distinguish between diamonds and other lab-created stones.
When shopping for diamond jewelry online, apply these tips.
1. Shop with companies you know or do some homework before buying to make sure a company is legitimate before doing business with it.
2. Take advantage of information and referrals from an internet company you have come to trust.
3. Get the details about the product, as well as the merchant's refund and return policies, before you buy.
4. Look for an address to write to or a phone number to call if you have a question, a problem or need help.
Tuesday, December 23, 2008
Monday, December 15, 2008
Fashionistas of the world have confirmed that this seasons fashion trends have shoes and high heels at the forefront of them. Shoe designers have humbly accepted the challenge of creating fashion provoking shoes and have proven their artistic creativity better than you would have ever wanted in this recession-hit period. If you are committed to fashion, it's going to be really hard for you to resist the temptation of maxing out your credit card this winter, what with the wide variety of must have shoes and high heels.
Trawl the World Wide Web for the shoe trends for winter 2008-09 and you will be stunned to notice the extraordinarily stunning range of winter shoes for women with all tastes and style-statements from cute to raunchy and from elegant to sinfully wicked.
Heel Trends for Winter
This winter the drop in temperature does not necessarily mean you need to drop your heels too! While there are a lot of exciting flat ankle boots and cute sandals for those who prefer to play it safe and comfortable on flats, there are a lot more tempting high heel shoe options for those who don't give a damn about aching calves and sore toes, but rather want to be in the fashion limelight.
The dagger like stiletto with killer high heels of four inches and above will be there to add a touch of sexiness to winter skirts and dresses. Though you may also notice a bit of innovation to stilettos this season as shoe designers have increased the height of the heel and added a platform to the shoe. Another trend of winter 2009 is thick high heel covered in the same fabric as the shoe itself - so make sure you keep a look out for those and add a pair to your collection. Wedge heels are expected to evolve in style and design this season too, and thus don a more interesting appearance over all.
If heels aren't for you, then don't worry at all, as ballet flats are predicted to maintain there popularity and will be found in a variety of cute colors and fabrics. Look out for vintage looking satin ballet flats and be as hot as an A-list celeb.
Top Shoe Fashion Trends
Expect to see an influx of knee length and thigh boots on the high streets this winter. Their fetish tag has already been neutralized with endorsements from top style divas like Jennifer Lopez, Victoria Beckham, Ashlee Simpson and couture houses like Jimmy Choo, Manolo Blahnik, Gianmarco Lorenzi. Besides thigh boots are the only ones that promise to keep you snugly warm apart from the warmth of fire and the passion your lover!
If thigh boots are still little to adventurous for you then you can safely and stylishly step your feet in a pair of sexy ankle boots. Call them shoe boots, shooties or booties - ankle boots are amazingly versatile as they can go with a variety of winter outfits and can be dressed up or dressed down. The all new range of ankle boots this winter come embellished with high heels, faux fur, seductive buttons, bold buckles, rope chains and even laces and ribbons to meet your every fashion demand or trendiest style imagination.
A popular material winter shoes are boasting this season is super glossy patent leather, in eternal black and sexy red. Add a little drama to your ensemble by putting on velvet shoes in bold winter colors like purple, yellow, green, orange, golden or silver depending on your dress, occasion and attitude.
Add a touch of the wild side too, as animal print shoes are a hot fashion trend in ladies shoes this winter! Animal print shoes such as faux leopard prints, croc embossing, and snakeskin will be seen dressing up dramatic wide leg pants and skirts or adding a bit of funk to plain outfits. The trend has made its way onto every style of footwear imaginable so everyone can take part in the fun and give their dressing a bold and stylish animal flavor that's sure to draw some attention.
Monday, December 8, 2008
Whether you're shopping for birthdays, graduations, or the holidays, finding great gifts for kids can be difficult. Although you're inundated with television commercials touting the latest toys and electronics, and the choices may seem overwhelming, most toys and electronics fade as fast as a sheet of wrapping paper left out in the sun. The trick to buying gifts for kids - whether they're your own or someone else's - is to select toys and electronics with longevity. Here are some suggestions:
Gaming Consoles: An Xbox, a Playstation, or a GameCube is a great gift for boys and girls who are into gaming. As the child grows and develops, his or her tastes in games may change, but the gaming console will still be useful. Even as new generations of gaming consoles are developed, the Xbox, Playstation and GameCube will continue in popularity, in large part because there are so many video games available for those platforms.
Sports: Whether the kid is a player or a fan, you can't go wrong in selecting a sports-related gift. From a jersey with his favorite player's number to a soccer ball she can use for practice, a sports gift will always be appreciated.