Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Computer RAM does not belong in the trash!

I always hate tossing out dead computer parts, they seem such a great source of craftiness... so the other day, I decided to save a bar of RAM from the trash can =)

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Monday, May 21, 2007

flickrSLiDR launched

Now that flickr is almost synonymous with online photo album, here comes a new surprise from the guys out there.

Created by Paul Stamatiou, flickrSLiDR allows you to easily embed the classic flickr slideshows on your website or blog. All you need to do is enter the flickr URL address of the user, photo set or group you would like to embed along with some options. You'll receive the HTML embed code in return.

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Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Watch your data inflate the Flashbag

I had been talking to Ronnie whether storing data on a Flash drive makes it heavy or not. We were having such strange discussions that at a point of time, it was clear that the thing could actually get heavier because the electrical energy would convert into mass... (what a concept!)

Anyway... here's what I found on the net...
A USB Flashbag (USB Flash Drive with micro pump)

It's a standard USB flash drive that has a tiny pump in it that inflates when you load it with data. So if your drive is full of stuff, it blows up like a balloon, but if it's empty it remains flat and rectangular. But unfortunately, the Flashbag is merely a concept design and there are no plans at this time for it to be manufactured or sold.

Tuesday, March 07, 2006

Samsung and its Mobile Phones

Samsung continues to awe us with it's innovation in mobile phones, this time with a phone with 8GB hard drive. The SGH-i310 is an upgrade to the Samsung SGH-i300x which has a 4GB hard drive. The i310's mammoth 8GB hard drive can hold upto 2000 songs. It's MP3 player can playback MP3, WMA and AAC files and includes powerful stereo speakers.

The i310 runs on Windows Mobile 5.0 and includes a 2 Megapixel Camera with video recording at 30 FPS. It includes USB 2.0 and can function as a USB mass storage device so you can say goodbye to your Flash drives. It features Bluetooth, Infrared, GPRS and high speed EDGE connectivity. The i310 includes dedicated Music player keys and a unique jog dial for browing through playlists.