:: The Cellphones ::December 27, 2009

Blackberry Gemini 8520 Unlocked Phone with 2 MP Camera, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi--International Version with No Warranty (Black)

Blackberry Gemini 8520 Unlocked Phone with 2 MP Camera, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi--International Version
Blackberry Gemini 8520 Unlocked Phone with 2 MP Camera, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi--International Version

The BlackBerry Curve 8520 smartphone neatly fits in your hand. A full QWERTY keyboard makes typing and sending messages easy,and comfortable. The bright screen displays over 65,000 colors, providing a great viewing experience. Access what's important with trackpad navigation. Like a laptop, the trackpad lets you scroll through menus, icons and info by gliding your finger over it. Press and click to select an item and navigate to where you want to go. Control music and multimedia with dedicated media keys found atop the new BlackBerry Curve 8520 smartphone. Skip over songs, pause music to talk, or repeat your favorites over and over.. You can even mute phone calls with the easy-access mute button.
Product Features

* This unlocked cell phone is compatible with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile. Not all carrier features may be supported. It will not work with CDMA carriers like Verizon Wireless, Alltel and Sprint.
* Unlocked Quad Band: GSM 850/900/1800/1900 and GPRS capabilities
* 2.0MP Digital Camera, High-resolution display with 320 x 240 65.000 colors TFT and 2.46 inches, 35 key backlit QWERTY keyboard, Trackpad, Intuitive icons and menus, Bluetooth® enabled with Stereo Profile (A2DP), Wi-Fi® 802.11b/g enabled
* Video format support: MPEG4, H.263, H.264, WMV3, Audio format support: AAC-LC, AAC+, eAAC+, AMR-NB, WMA9 (.wma/.asf), WMA9 PRO/WMA 10, AAC-LC with 3.5mm Headset Support
* Talk time up to 5 hours - Standby up to 17 days

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:: The Cellphones ::July 17, 2008

Beetle Run, Can You Find The Hole?

Beetle can’t stop rolling before it’s hit something. This beetle to. He can’t stop rolling before hit something. Your job is to help him come into the hole with some help from a prop. Some prop may useless and fraud. Don’t use it or you’ll never enter the hole. This game will invite you to thinking two step ahead. Easy to navigate doesn’t mean easy to win. If you’ve come at high level, you will more confuse with the prop. Choose the right or you’ll lose.

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The 10 best iPhone apps

In no particular order, here's our favourite ten apple flavoured 3G applications.

On March 6th 2008, the famously thrifty Apple released its iPhone Software Development Kit (or SDK if you're a busy person with a busy, abbreviated life) to the world - with a complete disregard for what would inevitably be created. Thankfully, among the rubbish, there are some iPhone apps that are actually quite useful, oddly intriguing or just plain funny. As its 3G iPhone week, here are our favourites:

1/The App: Airremote

Why we wanna touch it: Because we're all incredibly lazy.

This duly turns your iPhone into a universal remote control, so you can universally control any other electrical equipment you might happen to own, remotely. Hang on... other electrical equipment? Why would you need any?

2/The App: iBeer

Why we wanna touch it: Because cheap parlour tricks are still cool.

This is very useless - and friends will only want to see it once - but it has a real boozy charm. Essentially, a fresh pint of beer is lovingly poured into your precious Apple's screen, and then seems to disappear down your throat as you tilt it up to drink it.Good for those damn cravings.

3/The App: Sudoku

Why we wanna touch it: Because we like feigning intelligence.

Carol Vorderman and her tricky box 'o' boxes 'o' numbers have changed the way we commute forever. Save trees by playing the fiend on your phone. It has a random generator so you're guaranteed a new game every time. Our tip? Just put 9s in every box and dust your hands off triumphantly. No one will know.

4/The App: Sketches

Why we wanna touch it: Because a picture tells a thousand words, but the iPhone's camera is crap.

Sketches lets your creative side run wild, and depict masterpieces the likes of which Steve Jobs never dreamed possible. Failing that, you could just etch crude smiley faces and reproductive organs. The choice, as they say, is yours.

5/The App: BeeJive

Why we wanna touch it: Because it's IM on the go.

One of the more useful apps, this - it syncs all your contacts from AIM, MSN, Yahoo!, GoogleTalk, ICQ, Jabber, and MySpace into one all-knowing natterbox. Typing is obviously easy as Apple pie, and means that actual vocal communication (annoying) need never take place again. Huzzah!

6/The App: iPhysics

Why we wanna touch it: Because the things in your Phone should obey gravity too.

This is a clone of the Crayon Physics program, and is an excruciatingly simple way to lose many hours of your life. Draw odd shapes onscreen, and then watch them bounce around to gravity's whim as you spin the thing about and draw bridges to collect stars. Hypnotising like Derren Brown in a Lava Lamp.

7/The App: PLIBA

Why we wanna touch it: Because Acronyms are fun.

Please Let It Be Available is the definitive search engine for anything to do with travel and leisure, now shrunk down like children in a Rick Moranis film. Stranded in Venezuela without a hotel/car/nail salon? Whip out you iPhone and get yourself sorted.

8/The App: iDial

Why we wanna touch it: Because retro has appeal.

This has use in two scenarios:

1) Trying for individuality in the face of totalitarian touch tone dialling, or

2) you want to give granny an iPhone (foolhardy).

Either way, it basically eschews normal button pushing for an old-timey rotary dial interface. It may get old fast, but you'll look so chic whilst it's still en vogue.

9/The App: Raging Thunder

Why we wanna touch it: Because we've got the need, the need for computerised speed.

The Jesus Phone's first decent 3D game looks to be a rather tidy arcade racer that works by tilting the beauty left and right. It's not dripping with depth, but for short spells it'll be good enough to distract yourself from the fools playing their "bare tunes" on the bus.

10/The App: Megadrive Emulator

Why we wanna touch it: Because we used to dream of it being in the palm of our hands.

There's a bit of rigmarole involved before any blue hedgehogs will start diving across your touchy glass, but it's worth it. A miniature controller appears at the nethers of the screen, gifting total Megadrivial control. Oh, and they call it the Genesis in America - just so you don't get confused.

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