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HTC Omega Specification and photo !!

It was only three days ago when the press shot of the HTC Omega leaked. Today, we have several live shots of the Windows Phone 7.5 Mango device, along with a price tag (sort of).

The pictures of the device which you are seeing below are taken from an Algerian website, where the HTC Omega is being sold of the equivalent of approximately €400.
It is important to note the Orange logo on one of the shots. It is most likely one of the operators which will offer the smartphone when launched.
As far as specs go, we already know that the phone will feature a 3.8-inch SLCD WVGA display, an 8 megapixel snapper with LED flash plus a 720p camcorder, and a Qualcomm MSM8255 Snapdragon core with a 1.5GHz processor and 512MB RAM.
We will know more about the HTC Omega in a couple of days, when HTC hosts an event across Europe, so stay tuned!

Samsung Wave 3, Samsung Wave M and Samsung Wave Y review ! a Bada OS smartphone


Samsung unveiled three new smartphones late Monday. The Wave 3, Wave M and Wave Y will all be powered by the company's bada OS. "We’ve produced easy-to-use smartphones that will inspire the market,” said JK Shin, president and head of Samsung’s mobile communications business.
News first appeared about a new smartphone device from Samsung last week after information was spotted buried inside the Korean company’s own Android app made for the forthcoming IFA conference. And now the confirmation is here.
In a post late Monday on the company’s official global blog, not one but three new smartphones were announced – the Wave 3, the Wave M and the Wave Y.
All three devices will run on the company’s bada 2.0 platform, which “brings together a wide variety of new capabilities including multi-tasking, Wi-Fi Direct, voice recognition and Near Field Communication,” the post said. The phones will also be loaded with Samsung’s new instant messaging service, ChatON, which will work across all major mobile devices.
The cheaper phones could be a hit in emerging markets, and will sit alongside other (Android) offerings in the same field announced by Samsung last week.
Here are a few details about the new Wave phones:
Wave 3 – the most powerful of the three
- 125.9 × 64.2 × 9.9 mm, 122g
- 4” Super AMOLED display
- 1.4GHz processor
- 3GB memory plus microSD (up to 32GB)
- 5 MP camera
- 9.9mm brushed-metal case
samsung wave 3

Wave M
- 113.8 × 63.3 × 12.2 mm, 121g
- 3.65” HVGA screen made from tempered glass
- 832MHz processor
- 150MB memory plus 2GB inbox plus microSD (up to 32GB)
- 5 MP camera
- metallic body
samsung wave m

ChatON IM instant messaging service on Samsung - Review...


ChatON will work across all mobile platforms
Samsung is to launch a new multi-platform, mobile instant messaging service it is calling ChatON.
The application, which will run on Samsung's own Bada OS and Android phones, as well as iOS and BlackBerry devices, is set to be showcased at the IFA tech show in Berlin this week.
ChatON will enable users of all platforms to exchange messages, free of charge, in the same way that services like Skype trump OS-specific apps like BBM, Gtalk and Apple's forthcoming iMessage service.
Like Skype, There'll also be a web-based client and group chat options, while there'll also be an element of social networking, with users able to comment on each other's profiles.
ChatON also allows users to share images, videos, and voice messages and is likely to launch in September shortly after its IFA unveiling.
Samsung says ChatON is a true global mobile communications platform that reinvents and democratises mobile communication. It'll launch in 120 countries and 62 languages
Take a look at the new service in the promo video below:

MyDistress connect u to PDRM (Polis Diraja Malaysia) for emergency alerts with JUST A CLICK !!!

One of the key challenges when requesting emergency assistance is communication.

When out in the streets, sometimes you are unsure of the exact location that you are in, which is then difficult for the rescue team to find you quickly.

When in scenario such as kidnap, where you could not speak or communicate your movement, you could not alert the rescue team of your movement for rescue operation.

When one is in distress, you could be too traumatized to speak or for individuals with hearing or speech impaired, it would be tough to communicate calmly to the rescue team.

Hence, with MyDistress, you could alert the police department of your emergency situation with just a click.

still not clear? let's see the FAQ MyDistress
Frequently Asked Questions
  1. What if I have 2 phones?
      • You could register MyDistress for both phones as its service is bind to your mobile number.
  1. What happen if I change a new phone but the SIM card is the same?

Malaysia Speedtrap Location during Hari Raya

The Location of Speed Trap!! Take notes drivers^^

Due To this festive season, this are the places where the speed trap are locate...
Drive safety ♥


Plus North Highway (From KL):
1- Km 197.1, Km 198.8 & Km 204.3 selepas exit Kemunting
2- Km 208 & Km 214.8 sebelum exit Kemunting
3- Km 271 berdekataan exit Ipoh Selatan
4- Km 274.4 berdekatan exit Ipoh Utara
5- Km 286.9 berdekatan exit Simpang Pulai
6- Km 296 berdekatan exit Gopeng
7- Km 352.6 selepas exit Sungkai
8- Km 373 berdekatan exit Slim River
9- Km 241.9 berdekatan exit Kuala Kangsar
10- Km 308.6 selepas exit Gopeng
11- Km 252 masa turun bukit selepas terowong Menora
12- Km tak pasti tapi betul2 di R&R Gurun
13- 2 km after tol Juru (90km/j)
14- 5 kamera di atas jambatan pulau pinang (so slow je la kat situ)

Plus South Highway:
1- Km 289 sebelum exit Nilai Selatan
2- Ada 3 kamera antara Km 255 - Km 249 (Persimpangan Seremban - Senawang)
3- Km 253 selepas exit Senawang
4- Km 213.9 selepas exit Alor Gajah
5- Betul2 di exit Jasin
6- Km tak pasti tapi selepas hentian sebelah Tangkak
7- Km juga tak pasti tapi jambatan pertama selepas exit Yong Peng utara
8- Km 97.3 selepas exit Air Hitam
9- Betul2 di exit Sedenak

Plus Center:
1- Km 456 selepas exit Sungai Buluh
2- Betul2 di exit Bukit Lanjan
3- Betul2 dibawah Restoran Jejantas Sg Buloh
4- Km 302.8 berdekatan exit Kajang
5- Km 296.5 & Km 297 berdekatan exit Bangi

1- 300 meter sebelum tol Jalan Duta (60 km/j)
2- Selepas cabang jalan ke tol Jalan Duta (80km/j)
3- Betul2 di exit Damansara
4- Km 11.2 berdekatan rel keretapi
5- Betul2 di exit Shah Alam

1- Km 44.8 berdekatan exit LDP
2- Berhadapan Endah Parade
3- Betul2 di exit Hicom

ELITE (Dari arah KLIA)
1- Km 4.8 selepas exit Batu 3
2- Km 2 - Km 4 atas jambatan berdekatan Makro
3- Betul2 kat bawah restoran jejantas USJ
4- Km 10 sebelum exit USJ

1- Bersebelahan Hotel Mint
2- Berdekatan Esso kat exit Salak Selatan
3- Berhadapan dengan Istana Negara
4- Berhadapan dengan Muzium Negara
5- Kawasan turun bukit selepas pekan Raub (Menghala Kuala Lipis)
6- 2 km sebelum pekan Maran (Arah Kuantan)
7- Area Paya Bungor (Arah Kuantan)
8- Selepas exit ke Bentong (Menghala ke LPT)
9- Jalan Gambang - Kuantan (Turun bukit selepas Matrikulasi Pahang)
10- Berhadapan dengan Mini Malaysia Melaka (70km/j)
11- Berhadapan dengan Zoo Melaka (70 km/j)
12- Bawah jambatan dari Banting ke KLIA (80 km/j)
13- Berhadapan dengan Kolej Inti, Nilai
14- Persimpangan Sg Manggis menghala ke Klang (60 km/j)
15- Berhadapan Tesco Klang (70 km/j)
16- Jambatan berdekatan rumah MB Selangor kat Pasir Panjang (70km/j)
17- 2 km selepas sempadan Perak-Selangor di Jalan Sabak Bernam (berdekatan kilang kelapa sawit)
18- Laluan bertingkat antara USM ke Bayan Lepas
19- Jelutong expressway berdekatan Tesco Pulau Pinang
20- MRR2 antara simpang Taman Melati & Wangsa Maju
21- MRR2 berhadapan Mikro Cheras
22- MRR2 ke damansara,antara batu cave ke Bandar baru selayang

Nokia Belle Reveal !


Is this the Nokia 700?
It might be nearly the end of the day, but we're not letting this one slip under the radar: Nokia looks like it's getting ready to unveil Symbian Belle.
The news comes from Nokia's Facebook page where a countdown clock is ticking down to the 24 August, when 'Something new on Symbian' is promised.
The original Flash video linked to something called 'belle_fb_TeaserMain' according MyNokiaBlog, so it seems nailed on that we'll be getting a glimpse of Nokia's imminent future shortly.
However, showing the next level of the Symbian OS would be a surprise from the Finns given the first update, Symbian Anna, has only just landed on many models.

Keeping it balanced

But as the focus is about to shift to Windows Phone for Nokia, it makes sense to ensure nobody loses interest in the incumbent platform; revealing Belle, and possibly new handsets, would make sense.
The Nokia Blog has also nabbed a couple of press shots of the rumoured Nokia 700, which reportedly carries a 3.2-inch OLED screen, 1GHz processor and NFC capabilities, along with the aforementioned Belle OS.
So it seems pretty likely we're going to get something from Nokia's next level labs shortly - but is it enough to keep the brand going?
Let us know your thoughts on Nokia's strategy over on our dedicated Twitter channel TR_Phones, or discuss the merits of Symbian Belle in our forum thread.

Asus Eee Pad Slider Specification Review !!!

We love Asus's Eee Pad Transformer, so we can't wait to get our hands on its Slider sibling.
As the name suggests, the Asus Eee Pad Slider has a slidey bit - a display that reveals a proper keyboard - but what else is inside, and what's it going to cost? Let's find out.

Asus Eee Pad Slider specifications

Asus has revealed all: the Eee Pad Slider specs include a 1.0GHz dual-core NVIDA Tegra 2, a full QWERTY keyboard and USB port, SRS surround sound, a 10.1-inch WXGA (1280x800) screen and 1GB of RAM.
There's a choice of 16GB or 32GB of storage, twin cameras - 1.2MP on the front and 5MP on the back - 802.11b/g/n and Bluetooth 2.1. The panel is an Apple-style Intelligent Plane Switching (IPS) job, delivering a wide 178-degree viewing angle.

Asus Eee Pad Slider software

Hardly a surprise, this: the Asus Eee Pad Slider operating system is Android 3.1, although Asus says that the Slider is upgradeable to Android 3.2.

The Eee Pad's features means it's nearly a laptop

Reasonable screen, reasonable keyboard, mini-HDMI, USB, cloud storage... we're getting awfully close to laptop territory here, and at 960g we're getting awfully close to laptop weight too. That means the Eee Pad isn't just competing with other tablets: it's competing with netbooks too. Netbooks, of course, offer a more traditional PC experience - but they're almost as portable as tablets, and often cheaper.

The Asus Eee Pad Slider features include unlimited storage

No, Asus hasn't found a way to offer infinite flash memory - but every Eee Pad Slider customer gets a year of unlimited Asus WebStorage for their stuff. It's unclear whether that's unlimited in the sense of having no limits, or if it's "unlimited" like ISP internet bandwidth.

The Asus Eee Pad Slider UK release date

Everybody's gearing up for Christmas and Asus is no exception. Notebook Italia says that Asus intends to launch the Slider in Europe in September.

7-inch Galaxy Tab with AMOLED screen will be launch by Samsung !! specification review..


Samsung planning new Galaxy Tab with OLED screen?
Samsung could be set to launch a new variant to its Galaxy Tab range, rebooting the original device and adding in some next-gen screen tech too.
The new device would have a 7-inch screen, but use the same style of AMOLED displays as seen in the Galaxy S, according to sources quoted by OLED-Display.
We're very much talking about a rumoured device here, and the rumour seems based on the fact Samsung showed off 7-inch OLED display prototypes back in March, which seems a little speedy to have made it into a device already.

Shut up, fools

Samsung has moved to distance itself from rumours it will be launching a glut of new devices imminently, which could preclude the new Galaxy Tab:
"Some media have been reporting that Samsung is preparing to launch nine new smartphones and two new tablet devices. While Samsung is continuously working on new devices for our customers, the details being cited are not accurate in this case.
"We appreciate the interest in our upcoming mobile devices and will share more information once it's available."
There's a spec sheet for the rumoured Galaxy Tab P62000 and everything - so let's indulge in a little rumour mongering before dubbing this Not Very Likely.
Apparently we're looking at a Honeycomb device with a 7-inch Super AMOLED screen, with a resolution of 1024x600, including a 3MP camera (rear) and 2MP camer (front).
It will have full 3G connectivity and the same 1.2GHz dual-core engine as the Galaxy S2, plus a similar 1GB of RAM... if only it were real.

Samsung going to release 7 new droids, 2 tablets and 2 Bada phones !!

As far as leaks go, they don't get much bigger than this. We just found specs sheets of no less than 9 upcoming Samsung smartphones and two tablets. The scoop includes the 7 new Android devices, two 7" Honeycomb tablets and finally two new Bada smartphones, one of which will be packing a 4" SuperAMOLED.
We start with the numerous droids:
The Samsung I9250 is the most interesting of the bunch. Sitting on the fence between smartphones and tablets, it features a 4.65" SuperAMOLED of HD resolution 1280x720, a 5 MP camera and runs on Android Ice Cream.
This will probably be Samsung's first droid featuring the yet unreleased version of the Google OS.

Samsung I9220 will make do with Gingerbread 2.3.3 and a 4.3" SuperAMOLED with the rumored 1280x720 (that's HD again) resolution, a 1.4 Ghz dual-core processor and an 8 MP camera. It's certainly another one worth keeping an eye on.

Samsung I9210 comes next with its Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread OS, a 4.5" WVGA SuperAMOLED and 4G support. This is probably the Celox that leaked a couple of days ago.
The I9210 has 16 GB of internal storage, 8 MP snapper with a LED flash on the back and a 2 MP front-facing camera on the front. GPS and Wi-Fi are covered as well as Bluetooth 3.0 and finally a 1750 mAh battery.

After this trio the Samsung I8150 is looking quite uninspiring with its 3.7" WVGA (480x800) TFT display, HSDPA support, 4 gigs worth of internal storage and a 1.4 Ghz single-core processor (much like the Galaxy S Plus).

However, with its Android 2.3.3. Gingerbread OS, microSD card slot and a 5 MP snapper with 720p video recording it makes up for one decently looking mid-range device.

Then we move into low-end territory with the Samsung B5510. The smartphone will reportedly come with a 2.8" display, and will run Android 2.2.2 Froyo.

Its CPU will be clocked to 800 Mhz processor and heavy texters will appreciate it for its physical QWERTY keyboard. The rest of the Samsung B5510 specs that have been unveiled including a 3 MP snapper, FM-radio, Wi-Fi and GPS.

We are back on the Gingerbread train with the Samsung S5360 and Samsung S5610. The decidedly entry-level duo comes with QVGA (240x320 pixels) displays - the unit on the S5360 measures 3" in diagonal, while the S5610 only has a 2.4" screen.

However the S5610 leads in the camera department, where it offers 5 megapixel stills to the S5360's 2 megapixel shots. Connectivity-wise, though, both should be doing well with GPS, Wi-Fi and HSDPA on board.

The story of the leaked tablets is much shorter. First, we've got the Samsung P6200 7-incher with Android Honeycomb, a SuperAMOLED 1024x600 display, 3 MP and 2 MP cameras (back and front) and HSDPA support.

The other tablet is the Samsung P6210, which is basically the same kind of deal, but with Wi-Fi support only.

Finally we have a couple of Bada devices to tell you about.

The Bada 2.0-running Samsung S5380 has a 3.2" display, Bluetooth 3.0, a 2 MP snapper, while the Samsung S8600 Wave III will come with a 4" SuperAMOLED display, a 5 MP camera, Bluetooth 3.0 and 3 GB of internal storage.

Well this is it folks. It appears that Samsung will have quite a lot of new devices to throw our way over the next few months and looking at the specs of some of them we cannot wait for their announcements to come.

Intel Ultrabook Specification Review !!


The Asus UX21 is the first Ultrabook
Intel has announced a massive $300m (£185m) fund to help develop Ultrabook hardware and software, and it's confident that Ultrabooks will make up 40% of the market by 2012.
So what is an Ultrabook and why should you care? Let's find out.

Ultrabooks are a bit like things you've already seen

The best way to think of an Ultrabook is a MacBook Air that isn't made by Apple, a netbook that isn't underpowered or a laptop that's been on a crash diet.
Ultrabook designs we've seen so far look awfully Apple-y, with super-thin cases and aeroplane-friendly 11.6-inch displays.

Ultrabook specs will not be low-end

Although Ultrabooks are designed for maximum portability, we're told that they won't make the same compromises that netbooks did: the Ultrabook specifications should be akin to mainstream laptops, not cheap netbooks.
The first models will ship with Sandy Bridge Core processors, followed by Ivy Bridge chips in 2012 and Haswell processors in 2013. The first Ultrabook to break cover, the Asus UX21, boasts SSD storage and USB 3.0 connectivity.

There are three Ultrabook manufacturers so far

Lenovo, Asustek and Acer are the first firms to throw their hats into the Ultrabook ring, although we'd expect everybody else to join in if the sector proves popular.

Ultrabook features will become more impressive over time

That's where Intel's $300m fund comes in: the firm wants to create "a cycle of innovation and system capabilities". Whatever that means.

Ultrabook specifications are heavy on battery life and portability

Haswell chips promise to use half the power of current-generation processors, although even today's Core processors are more efficient than processors of old. Just ask Apple, whose Core-powered MacBook Air runs for ages.

The Ultrabook price should eventually undercut Apple

Intel's pushing hard for sub-$1,000 price tags, which just happens to be the price of a MacBook Air. However, it seems that Ultrabook manufacturers are finding that hard to achieve: DigiTimes reports that the Bill of Materials, the total cost of building an Ultrabook, will be more than $700 - and there are software licenses on top of that.
Manufacturers are already demanding Intel cuts its prices or subsidises their efforts. Intel points out that as sales go up, prices will drop. We're taking that to mean that the typical Ultrabook price won't be sub-$1,000 for a while.

The Ultrabook release date could be before Christmas

Manufacturers are keen to sell some kit before Christmas, so Ultrabooks such as the Asus UX21 should turn up in late 2011 with Core i7 processors. The Asus Ultrabook price hasn't been announced yet, but we're expecting a September release date.

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New Apple Macbook Air (13-inches) 2011 Hands-on + Review in depth !!!

Last October, Apple released the last MacBook Air. It was a mighty fine-looking piece of hardware - a newly designed unibody shell, 0.3cm at its thinnest.
Trouble is, the meat inside didn't quite match up with the supreme exterior – Apple had been forced to stick with the ageing Intel Core 2 Duo processor.
Intel had originally produced a special, smaller packaged Core 2 Duo variant for the first-generation MacBook Air that was still clinging on in last year's release.
Check out our hands on video of the MacBook Air below:
The small processor package, presumably, couldn't be bettered until this year's Sandy Bridge generation of Intel Core chips arrived.
So here we are with the newly-launched 13-inch 2011 MacBook Air running the new Mac OS X 10.7 Lion operating system. The MacBook Air is expensive for what it is, starting at £849. For the components involved, it's an expensive system. But as with all Macs, it's the sum of its parts that gets everyone excited – and this time, it's with really just cause.
There's no doubt about it - this is a superb-looking and performing machine on which Apple has finally managed to bestow the performance that its appearance and price deserve.
Four models are available - two 11-inch and two 13-inch, all with Core i5 processors as standard - more on that on the next page.

The 13-inch MacBook Air is a lot more usable for most workhorse tasks than the 11-inch -although it is still a highly capable machine.
The MacBook Air 2011 is certainly no longer the poor-powered portable Mac – indeed, Apple has so much faith in it that it has discontinued the MacBook for retail purchase (it's still going to be available for education, apparently).
MacBook air review
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