Wednesday, 7 May 2008

Sprint BlackBerry Curve 8330 Coming Soon

Sprint BlackBerry Curve 8330 Coming Soon

The Sprint BlackBerry Curve 8330 is almost here. The Sprint BlackBerry Curve 8330 is apparently going to arrive in mid-May, after months of delay and waiting. Sprint was the first to announce they were getting the new CDMA handset, but Alltel & Verizon beat them to actually releasing it.

The Sprint BlackBerry Curve 8330 is loaded with some pretty nice features, including: GPS, a 2 megapixel camera with video recording, Bluetooth, “enhanced” web browsing, and of course the Sprint music and TV services. It’s expected to cost $179 after rebates & 2 year agreement. So, not a bad price for the new Sprint BlackBerry Curve 8330 - if smartphones are your thing.


3G Apple iPhone Release Date

The 3G Apple iPhone release date looks like it may be in June or early July. We know for sure the 3G Apple iPhone is coming, so the big question now is - when. According to a new memo sent out to AT&T employees, they are not to take any vacations between June 15th and July 12th. The memo goes on to say that the reason for this is ”an exciting Summer Promotional Launch”.

The 3G Apple iPhone release date could very well by on June 29th, which is exactly the 1 year anniversary of the original release date. There has also been plenty of 3G Apple iPhone photos floating around the Internet as well (of course, most of them are fake - but some could be real as well). Hopefully we’ll see this new phone before the summer is over.


Wednesday, 16 April 2008

Local Dancer Tours With Avril Lavigne

Exciting news about a local dancer who made it big on a TV dance competition. Sara Von Gillern was among the finalists last Summer on the "So You Think You Can Dance" TV show.

Wednesday, 9 April 2008

Madonna Shocks, Justin Timberlake Pays Tribute At Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Ceremony

And apart from a handful of Eliot Spitzer quips, the evening — which also saw the inductions of John Mellencamp, Leonard Cohen, the Ventures, the Dave Clark Five, Little Walter and '70s hitmakers Gamble and Huff — didn't have much controversy either. That is, until Madonna opened her mouth.

After an innuendo-filled introduction from Justin Timberlake (during which he lauded Madonna for her "shapely body of work" and for how she's "always been a woman on top" who "fully enjoys that position"), the sinewy singer ascended the stage and thanked seemingly everyone who helped shape her career, from her earliest dancing teachers to the critics who have blasted her over the years, and told her she was "talentless, that I was chubby, that I couldn't sing, that I was a one-hit wonder — they helped me too, because they made me question myself and they pushed me to be better, and I am grateful for their resistance."

Then, Madonna clarified a story Timberlake told during his introduction. He'd recalled getting an injection of vitamin B12 in the butt from Madonna during recording sessions for her new album. Timberlake said that, during the sessions, he started feeling ill. That's when Madonna proceeded "to pull a Ziploc bag of B12 syringes out [of her purse]." He said she then instructed him to "Drop 'em."

Monday, 31 March 2008

Britney's blues: How to stop her sobbing and save Spears' career

Britney's blues: How to stop her sobbing and save Spears' career

Britney Spears made the tiniest of career strides this week, guest-starring on Monday's episode of "How I Met Your Mother." AP Help! Call a stylist! Britney Spears ...

Madonna wants the media to leave Britney Spears alone. "They need to step off," she told the "Yo on E!" satellite radio show.

Madonna 'Let's Go Save Her'

Madonna 'Let's Go Save Her'

Madonna wants the media to leave Britney Spears alone. "They need to step off," she told the "Yo on E!" satellite radio show.


Britney is a troubled child and Madonna is a caring mother figure. Madonna's positive energy will prevail, Britney will make a speedy recovery, they will release an album together in 2010 and the movie documenting the critical events will be released on DVD in 2011. You'll see. Madonna is not a slut. She's a woman who's had a lot of bone. There's a difference!

sony-ericsson - p1i


Staying connected means staying efficient. The SonyEricssonP1i gives you always-on access to your business e-mail, calendar and contacts. No matter where you go.

Complete mobile office
Take your office on the road. 3G gives you the speed you need. With full office applications on your phone - view and edit documents on the go.

When you unwind after work, your SonyEricssonP1i stays on duty. Listen to music. Snap a picture with the 3.2 megapixel camera and send to your blog. Or just relax with a game.

Business in your pocket
The Sony Ericsson P1i combines business with pleasure in one stylish, compact package. Mobile efficiency that keeps you in touch - and fits in your pocket.

What's in it?

Business card scanner
Take a photo of a business card. Use the Business Card Reader to scan the text - and then save it as a contact.

iSkoot - Skype on your mobile phone
Make and receive Skype calls, chat and see which buddies that are online. The P1i supports iSkoot - free software that delivers Skype to your mobile phone. Download iSkoot here

Symbian? OS
An open operating system for mobile devices which enables you to download new applications to your phone.
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Quick and easy access to broadband Internet. Say hello to video calls, audio and video streaming, Internet surfing, multi-media messaging and e-mail on the go.

Handwriting Recognition
Text input using stylus on touchscreen: write a character as you would with a pen and it transforms it into the corresponding letter on a keyboard.

RSS feeds
Use your phone to view up-to-the-minute news and other content from selected websites and blogs. Just subscribe to the feed and let it come to you.

Video call
See whoÊs talking with your 3G phone. During a video call, you see a live video stream of the person you're talking to and they can see you.

Music recognition
WhatÊs that sound? Just record a few seconds of music and TrackID? returns the song name, artist and album to your phone within seconds.

In the Sony Ericsson P1 kit
You'll find all you need to get the most out of your phone in the box: A 1GB Memory Stick Micro? (M2?) unit, a portable handsfree, a desk stand, an extra stylus and a voucher to get Free applications worth up to US $ 175. Plus PC software and a USB cable for easy synchronization.

Push e-mail
Instant e-mail on your mobile phone, just like on your home computer. Messages are sent directly to your phone as soon as they arrive.

Using a stylus or pointer, you can navigate the phone menu by touching icons or menu items on the screen.

Web wherever
Truly mobile Internet lets you enjoy browsing the Web and effectively manage your e-mail from the convenience of your phone, wherever you are.

Integrated camera
Built-in digital camera with screen viewfinder, dedicated menus and direct interaction with in-phone imaging and messaging features.

Links you like
Forget cables - wireless is the way forward. Connect to other devices with Bluetooth? to sync, share and send.