28w ago - Today the XCM Team has unveiled their new XCM Tattoo Glove for iPhone, iPad, iPod, Touch Phones and Tablets just in time for the cold weather!
From their official site: You might have come across the problem to use the touch screen mobile in winter ?
XCM tattoo phone glove is made just for iPhone, iPad, iPod, Touch Phone, Tablets and similar touch-enabled mobile devices.
It is made by high quality material and built with the conductive contact placed on the fingertip of the glove (capacitive tips for thumb, index finger and middle finger), guaranteed to keep your finger snug and warm on that cold windy day.
The XCM Tattoo Phone Glove has a cool tribal tattoo design and almost always eye-catching... below are some pics of it for those interested!
125w ago - With the recent confirmation of an official PlayStation App for iPhone and Android handsets, today PlayStationLifeStyle.net (linked above) has shared a video on customizing Android phones with a PS3 custom theme, XMB wallpaper and icons.
Below is a tutorial on how to theme your Android phone with a PS3 XMB and icons alongside a video of a Droid 2 Global customized with an XMB and PlayStation icons, and to quote:
"First, you'll need to download the Wave Lite Live Wallpaper app from the Android Market by Crazy Zen Lab. The live wallpaper isn't exactly the XMB, but it's the very closest thing to it. Other than the width of the "waves" it's nearly perfect.
The developer even claims in the description that the wave was inspired by the PS3 and PSP. The live wallpaper has settings that you can tweak to your liking. We've...
188w ago - Many are now turning their Sony PSPgo consoles into a cell phones using the Skype VoIP service, which requires an upgrade in service and a small fee but is free to standard users.
If you're not familiar with Skype, it's a voice over IP service, which allows you to call other Skype users over the Internet.
This is done directly from any PC, or in this case any PSPgo (or PSP) connected to the Internet.
To quote: "Skype offers a number of services; the first is their service that provides unlimited calls to landlines, and mobile phone numbers. The second is a phone number plan, which allows you to have your own personal phone number and access to inbound calls.
To access these features, Skype charges a very small fee. To make unlimited calls to land lines, and mobile phones, there's a monthly fee of $1.95. To get your own personal phone number, the monthly fee is a whopping $7.50.
With these two services, you could send, and receive calls at any Wi-Fi Hotspot around town, and if your in one of the Wi-Fi Zones (states/city that have Wi-Fi everywhere), then that's all you need, and enjoy your monthly phone bill of only $10.25."
229w ago - Nokia Mobile Phones have impressed many a people with its excellence in functionality as also the remarkable designing. Nokia fans are all agog for the new Nokia Arte series luxury phones.
The new Nokia 8800 Gold Arte (pictured below) is nowhere closer to the Peter Aloisson's Nokia 8800 Arte Pink as it comes with a brilliant decorated with 18-carat gold and white leather. Besides the color and materials part, the rest of the features are similar to the other Arte phones.
This tri-band GSM handset also features an amazing 2-inch OLED display with 240 x 320 pixels, 3.2-megapixel camera with autofocus, 4GB of internal storage, Bluetooth 2.0 with EDR support, and USB 2.0 connectivity.
No information whatsoever on the releasing and pricing part yet.[/B]
268w ago - Cubans are to be allowed unrestricted access to mobile phones for the first time, in the latest reform announced under new President Raul Castro.
In a statement in official newspaper Granma, state telecom monopoly ETECSA said it would offer mobile services to the public in the next few days.
Some Cubans already own mobile phones, but they have had to acquire them via a third party, often foreigners.
Cuba's rate of cell phone usage remains among the lowest in Latin America.
Now Cubans will be able to subscribe to pre-paid mobile services under their own names, instead of going through foreigners or in some cases their work places.
However, the new service must be paid for in foreign currency, which will restrict access to wealthier Cubans.
ETECSA says the revenues will be used to fund telecommunications development in Cuba.
Two weeks ago, a ban on a wide range of consumer electrical appliances was lifted, after Raul Castro said in his inaugural speech as president that he would act to ease some of the restrictions on Cubans' daily lives.
Tight restrictions remain in place on internet access in homes and on foreign travel.
Raul, 76, was selected as president in February, after the retirement...