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  • Phillips 1GB/Go Digital Audio Player: This MP3 Player is a Bargain and Easy to Use

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    Do you want the luxury of owning a MP3 player, yet don’t want to pay over a hundred dollars for it? Then check out Phillips IGB/Go digital player. It holds up to 450 songs, is small in size and weight, plus it is easy to upload songs onto and it is easy to use.
    I have been wanting a MP3 player for a while now. I thought owning one, would help me in my battle to exercise. I could stick the player into my pocket, put on the headphones and walk to my hearts content, listening to the music I love. Yet, I feared that it would be to complicated to upload the music on to and I didn’t like most of the prices of the MP3 players I saw. Yet, I never really looked.

    But my husband did. He knew I wanted one and probably would never go and buy one. So on his lunch break, he began checking out our local electronic stores and retail stores. He found the Phillips 1GB/Go and brought it home to me.

    I like the color of it. The facing is white and dark blue. The buttons are actually big enough that even a man’s finger can operate them.

    Now after examining it physically, I went began the journey of transferring my music ont it.

    First, I downloaded the software that came with it. That was easy. The CD told me what to do step by step.

    Then I decided what player I wanted to use. I have a couple of media players stored onto my computer. I choose the RealPlayer. Now I really began. First, I installed the triple A battery that came with it and attached the USB cord that also came with the player onto the player and onto my computer. It was rather short in length, but still worked. Then I clicked on the burn transfer button. I had to then clicked on the tab to add a new device. Since I had all ready downloaded the software, the computer found the device easily. Then I choose which playlist I wanted to copy and clicked on it. In a few moments, my songs began to transfer.

    I unplugged the player from the computer, attached the earplugs, hit the play button and hoped for the best. Guess what, I actually hear music through the earphones. I did it.

    The price of the player was $59.97 without tax.

    I am well satisfied with the player. It holds enough songs for me. It is easy to use. Now I have no excuse for not getting outside and walking.…

  • Koss KSC-75 Headphones Versus Apple IPod Headphones

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    For people looking to replace their stock iPod headphones, the Koss KSC-75 clip-on headphones are pretty common. After all, the first Google result for “cheap headphones” is a page that recommends them for just that purpose, and pumps them as the best cheap headphones you can buy. But is it really worth your hard earned money? Let’s break it down.
    Cost
    The Koss KSC-75’s are cheap. They can usually be found for between $20 and $30, sometimes even a bit less. If you’re interested in this comparison, you probably already own the headphones that came with your iPod. If not, the Apple store has them for $30.

    Appearance
    The iPod headphones are pretty good looking. They’re small and unobtrusive, and they give you a bit of that trendy iPod look.

    The Koss headphones, on the other hand, look a little weird. They’re pretty big – they cover almost your entire ear – and they definitely stand out. If you’re worried about how they’ll look, the Koss clip-ons aren’t for you.

    Sound
    Both headphones sound pretty good for their size and price. However, Koss beats out iPod in this category. The Koss headphones have a much wider bass range and much better sounding bass. They also product a much more balanced sound. This can probably be attributed to the Koss’s larger size and the way they’re worn. However, both products produce very clear sound.

    Comfort
    A lot of people, myself included, find ear buds to be very uncomfortable. For me, the iPod headphones are worse than most. They have no cushioning on them, just hard plastic. Cramming them into my ears well enough to hear them well was extremely uncomfortable.

    The Koss headphones, on the other hand, are very comfortable for me. They’re light enough that I can put them over my ears and forget about them. That is, until the cord gets caught on something and yanked on. The Koss headphones would then pull painfully on my ears, rather than just slipping off.

    Convenience
    Unlike the iPod headphones, the bulky Koss clip-ons cannot be comfortably worn under a beanie or helmet. Doing so pushes your ear against the clip behind it, and after just a few minutes it becomes unwearable.

    Both the Koss and iPod headphones present their own problems when you put them on. The first time I put the Koss headphones on, it took me a few minutes. Unlike other clip-ons I’ve worn, the clip doesn’t swivel or move at all to help make them easier to put on. The process becomes even more difficult by my hair, which covers my ears and was constantly getting in the way. Once I got used to them, putting them on was easy, but that took me a little while.

    The iPod headphones didn’t seem to fit in my ears right. I was constantly adjusting them to get them in just the right spot for the best sound, and my efforts were completely undone by the …

  • Vizio is withdrawing from the market a quarter of a million TV sets
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    Vizio is withdrawing from the market a quarter of a million TV sets

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    Vizio is withdrawing more than a quarter of million of its manufactured in the years 2013-2014. It was discovered that the receivers have a constructional defect in the footplate, which causes the TV to overturn itself.

    Rarely does any company withdraw from the market due to factory defects and, in addition to Sony, which in 2011 had to withdraw 1.6 million copies of its receivers due to their self-ignition, we did not hear such shares.

    This does not mean that they do not happen, as exemplified by Vizio, who, at the request of the US State Board of Product Safety, was forced to withdraw 245,000 E-series TVs from 39 “and 42” models. It was discovered that the E390-BO, E390i-BO and E420i-BO models manufactured between December 2013 and June 2014 have a design fault that affects the wrongly designed stand, which can cause the receiver to overturn. There have been 51 such cases, but fortunately no one was injured, but the risk exists, not to mention the destruction of the equipment itself.

    On the commission page, you will find a list of serial numbers for defective receivers, so if you have one, you may want to contact the manufacturer who will provide the replacement.…

  • Unlocking iphona cost the FBI $ 1.3 million
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    Unlocking iphona cost the FBI $ 1.3 million

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    The ongoing dispute between Apple and the FBI about unlocking an iPhone belonging to one of San Bernardino’s shooters ended with the help of one of the companies that helped get the information on it. Now we find out that this service was extremely expensive.

    I recently recalled that a few weeks ago there was a heated debate between the Apple and the FBI, who wanted to get to the information in the iPhone 5s belonging to one of the San Bernardino shooters involved in the terrorist attack.

    The office thought that there might be important information for the investigation, but the smartphone was equipped with security measures to protect against the unauthorized access of unauthorized persons who could only deactivate the owner. Investigators turned to Apple to demand hardware unlocking, but the American company did not want to hear it, hiding the privacy of its users.

    Finally, the smartphone unlocked an external company, and as it turns out, the cost of the operation totaled approximately $ 1.34 million. This is not the official amount, of course, but only the calculations of Reuters journalists who made them on the basis of James Faye, the director of the FBI.…

  • 3D home theater projector
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    3D home theater projector

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    Panasonic intends to conquer home theater systems with a new projector designed by Hollywood filmmakers

    Panasonic Full HD 3D The PT-AT6000E offers 2400 lumens of brightness, a high contrast ratio of 500,000: 1 and all of this makes for a realistic looking image.

    The PT-AT6000E incorporates a 220W Red Rich Lamp for extra intense red, allowing you to display vivid images and great-looking colors. The new design of the prism and the lens of better convergence helps to achieve high brightness, deeper blackness and rich color. Panasonic’s Pure Contrast Plate, Pure Color Filter Pro and Smooth Screen technology in the PT-AT6000E provide one of the best image quality from a projector.

    Functionality for 3D quality, Motion Remaster improves the unnatural 3D movement that results from the use of the shutter system. 3D Snapshot technology opens and closes the shutter to change the left and right lenses, resulting in 3D images. At the same time, however, there is a slight lag of 1/120 s between each eye which creates an unnatural parallax. To solve this problem, the projector interpolates the image, compensating for 1/120 s delay, so the motion in the 3D image is smooth. 3D Viewing Monitor and 3D Picture Balance enhance your viewing experience in 3D and protect your users. The monitor verifies that the parallax of 3D images is within the safe limits set by the 3D Consortium.…

  • Review of the Sony Ericsson MDC-60

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    Introduction of the Sony Ericsson MDC-60

    The introduction of a new assortment of handsets, among which was the dazzling W880i manufactured by the Sony Ericsson Company which feature a cradle and new speakers and also a Bluetooth-transmitter. This review is going to be base on the newly introduce Sony Ericsson MDC-60.

    Design of the Sony Ericsson MDC-60

    Firstly, let’s start with the melody crib of the Sony Ericsson MDC-60. In broad-spectrum it repeats the design of the earlier devices of this category, for instance, the CDS-60 is quite similar in design with the Sony Ericsson MDC-60. Except the color is entirely dissimilar; the black color it possesses fits the accessory splendidly. Furthermore, when connecting a handset in the crib purplish-blue backlighting blazes up in its lower region, exact at the position where the Infrared porthole is situated. Parenthetically, if a procurer connects the Sony Ericsson MDC-60 in a reprehensible manner, the back-lighting will not intermittent light, according to my findings it usually occurs when procurers of the W950i connect the cradle with the device. The accessory’s base is house to two Fast Port slots: one for linking mains cord and the other one for tune wire, and USB wire is not functional. As a procurer would possibly know that Sony Ericsson Company delivers two kinds of music wires: MMC-70 with 3.5 mm jack and MMC-60 with two plugs; with this crib any can be used.

    Control of the Sony Ericsson MDC-60

    The crib comes operational with a far-flung control. It is sculpted after the Sony Ericsson Company’s brand chic, and is rather evocative of the far-flung control for W950i. The appliance drains energy from a round cell, a procurer may modify: to unlock its section just press on the lock. Using this technique a user can supervise playback mode such as Play, rewinding, volume control, and Stop; launch radio duo with crib works moderately fine, conceivably the crib doubles as a transmitter. Above that, a procurer may respond or finish a call by means of the keys with very recognizable cipher. Regrettably, when the phone is placed on a cradle, it will be difficult for a procurer to turn it on. The significant information is that the far-flung control and crib work even when no wire is connected, signifying that it is an individual device. Some fascinating feature about this phone is that to initiate playback a procurer should only push the key “Play” on the far-flung, without having to commence the handset’s player by hand. In any case, it worked for the Sony Ericsson W950i; one would hope that this will also BE imitated by for other handsets manufacturers.

    Currently let’s envisage how possibly it would use to achieve the best. Connecting the MDC 60 in a residence stereo by means of the music wire and placing a charger into the socket we’ll get charging-added-music station, which is much probable to be not the primary one in one’s home. Usually, a procurer applies it in …

  • Ink in the new apple keyboard?
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    Ink in the new apple keyboard?

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    Reddit forum users say that Apple plans to make a major change in the Magic Keyboard keyboard. One of them saw a prototype of a new model of such equipment. It was equipped with E-Ink technology, known from ebook readers.

    It has been rumored for some time that Apple wants to make some changes to the MacBook Pro keyboards, where the function keys will be replaced with a touch-sensitive OLED panel. This solution will allow you to easily adapt the functionality of the keyboard to specific applications, thus facilitating their operation.

    Perhaps the American concern will not, however, limit itself to a new idea only to laptops and will also apply it to desktop computers. One of the Reddit forum users claims to have been a guest at Foxconn’s event at the Chinese Tsinghua University.

    There was a presentation of the prototype of a new generation Magic Keyboard keyboard, which instead of the traditional buttons, had displays in e-ink technology. The hardware was a very early prototype and was only for testing, so the chance that this keyboard will soon appear on store shelves is currently very low.…

  • Touch Bar on MacBook Pro changed to piano
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    Touch Bar on MacBook Pro changed to piano

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    Owners of the new MacBook Pro are increasingly creative in using the latest in their accessories. The Touch Bar, replacing the function keys, was transformed into a piano.

    The recently introduced MacBook Pro has several improvements over previous generations. One of them is the so-called. Touch Bar, a touch screen OLED that replaces the function keys. As it is a standard touch screen, you can tailor the function keys to a specific application, making it a much more comfortable job.

    However, MacBook users quickly realized the new possibilities of using the Touch Bar, which go beyond the standard display of keys. A few weeks ago, one of the developers showed that it was possible to run Doom on it.

    Now another specialist has created an application that changes the display to a piano. The tool is called the Touch Bar Piano and is a free application that presents piano keys on the screen, allowing you to create music.…

  • Virtual walk with NASA astronauts
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    Virtual walk with NASA astronauts

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    The US space agency invites all those willing to participate in NASA astronaut training. Each of us, thanks to VR technology, can feel like a true astronaut performing at a training center in Houston.

    NASA very often provides the world with various materials related to the conquest of space. Most often, these are videos astronauts boarded on the International Space Station showing their daily lives and experiments.

    This time the agency prepared something much better. Using Harmony’s VR technology and solutions, it created a spherical video depicting three different perspective astronaut training sessions held at the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory in Houston. The resort has an enormous swimming pool and the actual size of the replica of the International Space Station. There are simulations of future missions done on board, and water simulates the conditions of weightlessness.…

  • Elon Musk strengthens the tesli loader
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    Elon Musk strengthens the tesli loader

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    Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk has announced the new generation of Supercharger V3 loaders. The new model of electric vehicle battery charging system will have a power of 350 kW. The time it takes to prepare your vehicle for further driving will be greatly reduced.

    Pretty significant drawback of electric cars, is still a long battery charging time. Their manufacturers are working on new generations of much more powerful chargers that should shorten this time.

    This field is dominated by Tesla Motors, which for the owners of their vehicles have for some time been offering Supercharger, the so-called. Fast loading stations. American engineers are constantly working to improve this device, and its third generation will be coming soon.

    Elon Musk revealed that the Supercharger V3 will have a power of 350 kW, which will greatly accelerate the battery charging. This is certainly not the last word of the engineers of the American concern who will continue to strive to increase the power of charging systems. If they manage to get a power of 700 kW, then theoretically a vehicle equipped with 70 kWh batteries will be charged in 6 minutes. It will take almost enough time to refuel a vehicle with an internal combustion engine.…

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