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Sony Cybershot H20 and the whole Pack

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: February 26, 2009

Sony unveiled a dozen or so new products for their "Summer Gears 2009"; among them is the 10.1MP Cybershot H20 with a whole pack of protective cases for sports and marine activities. A successor to the H10, the Sony Cyber-shot H20 is powered by a Carl Zeiss lens with Vario-Tessar and an optical zoom of up to 10x. The camera can take full HD (1080p) of still image and 720p HD movies. It has a facial recognition function and an Optical SteadyShot feature (much like an image stabilizer). The screen display is a 3" hybrid LCD monitor and supports ISO3200.…

Chrome trumps Firefox on Google Pack

Relevance: 90%      Posted on: December 16, 2008

Google Chrome recently got promoted to version 1.0 and dropping the beta label. At the same time, it also got another promotion on Google Pack, pushing back FireFox down as the default web browser. The list on the new Google Pack has Chrome "checked" by default and FireFox "unchecked", displacing the latter in just less than 3 months after it was first revealed {via}. This isn't surprising and I've sort of expected this to happen (though not this soon). We even saw how FireFox ran to Yahoo! for some help. Google will not completely remove FireFox from Google Pack nor…

Trillian out of Google’s Pack

Relevance: 89%      Posted on: May 21, 2006

{via Google Blogoscoped} Trillian just left the house, or was kicked out. Google's all-in-one installation package, Google Pack no longer includes IM client Trillian. In January 6, 2005, when the "Pack" was formally announced, Trillian was among the dozen or so free software that is being heavily promoted by Google. The other day, the official blog of Trillian posted this message: Trillian is no longer included in Google Pack. Our goals are seemingly no longer perfectly aligned* with those of Google. Their reasons for removing Trillian are their own and were not made available to us. We harbor no ill-will…

Thor’s hammer is a 10,400mAh USB battery pack

Relevance: 88%      Posted on: November 15, 2013

USB-powered devices and battery packs come in all shapes and sizes, most are plain and generic-looking but if you're a Marvel fan, this one will surely grab your attention - a 10,400mAh-packing Thor hammer. This USB battery pack is modeled after Thor's mighty hammer, Mjolnir, and like the mythical weapon, this device also packs a wallop in terms of power. At 10,400mAh, it can charge your Samsung Galaxy Note 3 more than three times over. In addition, the aluminum and plastic-clad battery pack is equipped with LEDs and built-in speaker that lights up and produce sound effects whenever you swing…

Starmobile Teams Up With Smart For New “Super Pack” Bundle

Relevance: 82%      Posted on: September 3, 2015

Starmobile, in partnership with Smart Communications, has launched an exciting new deal for prepaid subscribers called “Super Pack” which offers Starmobile Jump Neo users more value for their money. With the new Super Pack promo, new StarMobile Jump Neo will come pre-bundled with a Smart prepaid SIM card that is eligible to receive 700MB worth of data allocation every thirty (30) days for twelve (12) months if the promo’s single condition is met. The said condition is for the user to top up an accumulated amount of Php150 every month. Once that is met, the user will receive an SMS…

Energizer XPal XP18000 Power Pack

Relevance: 79%      Posted on: August 8, 2010

When I bought that Energizer portable powerpack for my phone a couple of months back, I think I saw a much bigger one that's meant for laptops. Then last week, a rep from Energizer Philippines contacted me asking if I want to try one. So I picked the largest unit they had which is this XPal XP18000 Power Pack that's rate at 18,000mAh. I imagine my notebook's battery is only at 5,600mAh so that's like 3 times more capacity. I reckon it's possible to run my laptop for 24 straight hours using this battery pack. The portable battery pack also…

Windows 7 Service Pack 1 Ready for Download

Relevance: 76%      Posted on: February 23, 2011

In case you haven't noticed it yet, Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1) is now available and ready for download on your Windows machines. Thw SP1 update is worth like 74MB in size so should be quick and painless. To download, just fire up Windows Update from your Control Panel and wait for it to complete and install.

Windows Vista Service Pack 2 Downloads

Relevance: 69%      Posted on: May 27, 2009

Microsoft has finally released the long-awaited public Service Pack 2 for Windows Vista (SP2) and Windows Server 2008. You can download the installer from the Microsoft Download Center -- 32-bit (348 MB, download here), 64-bit (577 MB, download here), and IA64 (450 MB, download here) as well as an ISO image (1.38GB, download here) containing all three updates.

Choiix Powerfort Portable Battery Pack

Relevance: 65%      Posted on: September 13, 2011

We're seen so many portable battery packs these days and they keep coming in different size, shape and power capacity. There's another one that's supposed to be released locally and comes from Choiix (part of the Cooler Master group). They sent me samples a couple of weeks ago and been using them with my portable devices everyday. They've got a couple of variants -- the 1500mAh entry-level and the 2700mAh travel kit. The 2700mAh variant, which comes with the travel kit, includes a car charger and USB-to-mini-USB connectors. There are no special adaptors included so expect to only be able…

New Zune HD to pack NVidia Tegra

Relevance: 55%      Posted on: April 16, 2009

Looks like the upcoming Zune HD will have the new NVidia Tegra capable of 1080p HD video with 800 MHz ARM CPU. 3.6 inchish OLED full touch screen NVIDIA Tegra 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, and 120GB versions HDMI Connection to stream straight to your TV HD Radio Web Browser (IE) WiFi compatible, with wireless marketplace Home AV packs, Car packs, Charge packs Not the full list of specs but the fast processor and HD capability is alredy good news {via GearLive}.