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Canon EOS 60D 18 MP CMOS Digital SLR Camera with 3.0-Inch LCD

Review: Canon EOS 60D Digital SLR Camera

Canon EOS 60D 18 MP CMOS Digital SLR Camera with 3.0-Inch LCDReleased in August 2010, the Canon 60D digital SLR camera became an immediate favorite among both entry-level and advanced photographers. Both in design and features, it is definitely a step up from the 50D. I was able to test this camera and overall, I was very impressed with both its performance and its feel. Let’s take a look at some of the 60D’s features.

Nanda Clocky Alarm Clock

Review: Nanda’s Clocky, the Alarm Clock that Runs Away

Nanda Clocky Alarm ClockHow many times do you wake up to an annoying ringing alarm clock, hit the snooze (or worse yet turn it off) then fall back asleep. Even worse, you’ve hit the snooze so many times that the alarm turns itself off. What has your alarm clock cost you? You could have missed an important meeting, first period at school, your ride, Christmas, birthdays, morning bathroom trips – the list goes on.

Speedtest.Net iOS App

Must-Have Broadband Apps for iPhone and iPad

It is a fact that the iPhone (and now the iPad as well) has been one of the most successful product of the century and has become a dream purchase for many. Also the continually-increasing 3G infrastructure upgrades and growing number of WiFi networks across the globe have boosted data speeds.

In tandem with this growth, almost every broadband provider have built their own apps with various applications in mind. Here I have listed three (3) must-have apps categories with two (2) apps each for a total of 6 apps.

iPad SIM card

A Guide to iPad SIM Cards and Broadband Service Plans

iPad SIM card
iPad SIM card - Image courtesy of Adrian Nier

There’s no doubt that the Apple iPad is one of the hottest gadgets currently available and is top of many wants lists. However, without the right SIM card deal in place you’ll never really exploit the full potential of this must-have technology accessory.

The iPad SIM card is a small slip of plastic similar to the SIM card in your cell phone but they are unique to the iPad. The iPad Sim then allows your 3G-enabled iPad to connect to a 3G network and you would pay for the data either on a contract or on a pay-as-you-go plan. …

10 Highly Anticipated Gadgets for 2011

2011 should be a great year for gadget lovers. From new “iPad killers” to 3D handheld gaming, we expect new innovations and improvements on perfection. Below are our picks for the 10 most highly anticipated gadgets in 2011.

1. Blackberry PlayBook

From what we know about Blackberry phones, RIM’s Blackberry PlayBook may very well be the most impressive non-iPad tablet to hit the market. Like Blackberry phones, the Playbook will be catered to the business market and will have a Dual-core 1GHz processor, 1GB of RAM, and the ability to output 1080p video. Blackberry’s tablet also boasts what RIM calls “true multitasking” and Adobe Flash and Air support.

2. Nintendo 3DS

The device that rocked 2010’s E3 and 2011’s CES will finally hit the shelves this year. The Nintendo 3DS will give gamers the ability to play 3D games without requiring 3D glasses. Boasting graphical performance enhancements over early DS versions , the 3DS will have backward compatibility with their games.

Nokia 6301 Was Unearthed – Supports WIFI and GSM Networks


Nokia 6301, the first Nokia phone that supports UMA technology (Unlicensed Mobile Access), was unearthed by Nokia. The built-in UMA technology offers users seamless voice and data mobility across typical GSM wireless network and also WLAN (Wi-Fi networks) networks. One of the application for this technology is Nokia 6301 users would be able to get excellent reception in areas that where mobile phone reception has previously been poor.

Other than amazing UMA technology, the Nokia 6301 is also packed with decent features and specifications such as 2.0-MP digital camera with 8x zoom, MP3 player, Stereo Virtual FM radio, Video Player, and a 2-inch QVGA screen. With all these features packed into one single unit, the Nokia 6301 weights barely 3.3 oz (93.6 g) and measures 4.2″ x 1.7″ x 0.5″.

The 6301 will be on sales beginning the fourth quarter of 2007 with an estimated retail price of 230 euros and Orange is the lucky carrier to be the first to offer the 6301 phone in Europe. We expect the actual retail price will be much lower than the estimate retail price as Orange will give subsidies for new customers who are willing to sign up for years long contracts.

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