Jaybird Wireless Bluetooth Buds


For some reason, a lot of wireless headphones designed for the sporting multitude tend to follow this new trend of dual earbuds with a behind the neck wire.
I am talking about wireless earphones such as the Jabra SPORT, and the latest to join the crowd is the Jaybird Wireless Bluetooth Buds. What makes them different? They have a lifetime warranty adjacent to sweat. Oh, if only everything had such a guarantee.
I got a chance to try it out, and the sound is quite good. It also has a microphone for taking calls. The buds have 3 sizes of ear tips, as well as 3 sizes of fit ear cushions. This insures that these buds will stay in the ears under active conditions.
These Bluetooth headphones come with a hard shell case that magnetically seals. The music play time is about 6 hours, which is equal to the talk time. The standby time is a good 250 hours, and it takes about 2 hours for a full charge.
You should be able to get the Wireless Bluetooth Buds on the official Jaybird site for about $99. The web site calls them the Freedom Bluetooth earbuds or JF3, but I don’t see this name anywhere on the box.

LG Doubleplay Lives With Two Screens


This is the LG Doubleplay, and frankly, I couldn’t think of a superior name. After all, what moreover do you call a smartphone that has two screens?
Originally, it was code-named the Flip II, but I guess they strong-willed that name was too sequel-ish. I’ve never really seen a phone like this with a 320 x 480 HVGA main display, a secondary display, and a QWERTY keyboard that is split down the middle like that. I’m going to go out on a extremity and assume that both screens are touchscreens.
Not much else is known about this phone, and I assume that it was just a matter of time before someone created a flip-phone with two screens. I would have thought that the designer of such a phone would have phased out a QWERTY keyboard exclusively, and have gone with a touchscreen keyboard on the secondary screen.
We do know that the phone has a 5 Megapixel rear camera with LED flash, as well as a front facing camera. We don’t know the resolution of the front-facing one, however.
The LG Doubleplay is planned to launch on November 2nd for a price of $150 with contract. It looks like users will have to go through T-Mobile to get it, and it will be running with some Android.

The Latest IPhone 4S


                                              Last Invention From
                                               
                                                "Steve Jobs"

It understands what you say

Talk to Siri as you would to a person. Say something like “Tell my wife I’m running late.” “Remind me to call the vet.” “Any good burger joints around here?” And Siri answers you. It does what you say and finds the information you need. And then it hits you. You’re actually having a conversation with your iPhone.


It knows what you mean

Siri not only understands what you say, it’s smart enough to recognize what you mean. So when you ask “Any good burger joints around here?” Siri will reply “I found a number of burger restaurants near you.” Then you can say “Hmm. How about tacos?” Siri remembers that you just asked about restaurants, so it will look for Mexican restaurants in the neighborhood. And Siri is proactive, so it will question you until it finds what you’re looking for.




 

It helps you do the things you do every day

Ask Siri to text your dad, tell again you to call the dentist, or find guidelines, and it figures out which apps to use and who you’re talking about. It finds answers for you from the web through sources like Yelp and WolframAlpha. Using Location Services, it looks up where you live, where you work, and where you are. Then it gives you information and the best options based on your present location. From the details in your contacts, it knows your friends, family, boss, and coworkers. So you can tell Siri things like “Text Ryan I’m on my way” or “Remind me to make a dentist appointment when I get to work” or “Call a taxi” and it knows exactly what you connote and what to do.




iPhone 4S takes dictation.

Here’s a new amazing way to get things done: just use your voice. as an alternative of typing, tap the microphone icon on the keyboard. Then say what you want to say and iPhone listens. Tap Done, and iPhone converts your words into text. Use dictation to write messages, take notes, search the web, and more. Dictation also works with third-party apps, so you can update your Facebook status, tweet, or write and send Instagrams.



The you-can’t-believe-it’s-on-a-phone camera.

 

This just might be the best camera ever on a phone. And with all-new optics, it just might be the only camera you need. Because after every shot, you’ve got 8-megapixel resolution and a custom lens with a larger f/2.4 aperture. Not to mention an improved backside illumination sensor, excellent auto white balance, advanced color accuracy, face detection, and reduced motion blur. It all means that no matter how many people, how much light, and how much action you capture, everything looks exactly as it should. And just wait until you see the photos.


 The iPhone 4S camera gives you 8 megapixels — that’s 60 percent more pixels than the camera on iPhone 4. And they’re engineered with a higher, full-well capacity to collect even more light. With more megapixels and more light, you’ll see a dramatic difference in the resolution and details of your images.


Video recording. In 1080p amazing HD.

 

Shoot stunning 1080p HD video everywhere you go. With all-new optics, the light is always right, the color is always brilliant, and everything will look even better than you remember. Video stabilization steadies shaky shots. And you can alter video right on iPhone and share your lush life as fast as you shoot.

Panasonic Lumix FX90 gets Wi-Fi connectivity

Staying connected to the Internet via Wi-Fi is more or less certain these days, and with many more devices hitting the market that come with built-in Wi-Fi, it goes without saying that to see a compact digital camera carry such functionality is not such a huge surprise any more these days. Of course, there is always another method to retrofit Wi-Fi connectivity into your camera, and that is by using an Eye-Fi SD memory card – but you require not do so with Panasonic’s latest Lumix FX90, of course.
We are talking about 802.11 b/g/n connectivity being frightened into the latest FX90 model, where it will carry a 24mm ultra-wide LEICA DC VARIO-SUMMARIT lens with F2.5 brightness. Why Wi-Fi support? Well, everyone’s so social these days, and want to be up-to-date with the latest happenings, so to upload instantly shot photos on the spot to your social network page makes perfect sense, and I’m sure reporters who want to be discreet with their subjects would do improved with a smaller camera such as this.
Apart from that, Panasonic has also introduced the Lumix Club, which is a cloud-based service that can be accessed over a smartphone and a computer browser. Lumix Club enables one to upload photos which were shot with the LUMIX FX90 to Facebook, Flickr, Picasa or YouTube – in chorus, of course. With each Lumix Club account comes a free, dedicated application known as Lumix Link, where it will play nice with iPhone and Android-powered smartphones, letting them share photos by connecting the Lumix FX90 to their compatible smartphone, relying on the carrier network to send those photos online.
What else is there to say about the Lumix FX90? How about a 12.1-megapixel Hi-Speed CCD sensor that also delivers Full HD video recording capability in AVCHD format? Not only that, you will get additional goodies such as habitual shooting modes, Active Mode in MEGA O.I.S. (Optical Image Stabilization), Motion Deblur, Face Recognition, Face Detection, AF Tracking, Intelligent ISO Control and Intelligent Scene Selector and Intelligent revelation.
No idea on when the Lumix FX90 will arrive, but the worth will keep the press release company when that happens sometime later this year.