In addition to a myriad of advanced features that is very interesting, Samsung S Galaxy could be hotspots for internet access on your PC. It’s like making Your own hotspot at home.
Features Wireless Tethering is in the Galaxy S. That’s what enabled mobile phones can change the function into the access point Wi-Fi hotspots. The way is quite easy just by going to Settings>> Wireless and Network>> Mobile Access Point (AP) Settings>> activate. Done. Access name : Samsung Galaxy.
Samsung Galaxy S becomes Access Point – Hotspot Area
This is automatically accessible [...]
The iPad is almost in the UK, but the micro-SIM is not.
Despite the 3G version of the iPad being sold unlocked, it requires a whole new type of SIM card, or does it? That’s right, we’ve been trimming away the mystery of the new micro-SIM.
At first glance, the electronic contact area is no different to that of a conventional SIM, you know, the type that’s small enough to fit into a tiny phone never mind the hulking iPad.
As it turns out traditional SIMs measure 15 x 25mm and have that angled corner. The new micro-SIM is officially 12 x 15mm. That’s effectively the size [...]
Yahoo has released two new iPhone apps for Search and Sketch-A-Search this month, with the latter app being a particularly innovative new location-based searching tool.
Yahoo made the announcement of its two new iPhone applications on its corporate blog this week. No word on when the apps will be available outside of the US yet, but we imagine this will only be a matter of days.
Sketch then search
Yahoo’s new dedicated search app will of course be going up against similar apps from Google and Microsoft’s recently released Bing app for iPhone. Microsoft’s Bing app was released [...]
Here’s one way to sidestep climate change, where every low-lying area on the planet will be underwater: Just build underwater skyscrapers! Imagine the magnificent views of undersea flora and fauna from this floating city that’s completely self-sustaining.
hO2+ scraper is a design concept entered into the eVoIo Skyscraper Competition, and we’re thinking it must have had a good chance of winning. We especially like those balancing tentacles that keep it from flipping over as they generate power. Sure seems like a lot less trouble than scuba diving. Sign us up.
eVolo, via Gizmodo
With the internet fragmenting and every community becoming alienated from its peers, specialist social networks have been springing up to act as a kind of glue and arbitrarily stick all our disparate groups of friends together.
Flickr has photos covered, Last.fm deals with music, SocialPicks gives stock tips, LinkedIn serves people who like wearing ties and Facebook reconnects you with people you don’t really want to know… and then they all plug into each other.
The ostensible focus of free social network Foursquare is finding ‘stuff to do’. So if you’re at a loose [...]
One area Japanese manufacturers continue to excel in is that of hardware, perhaps the best recent example embodied in the new Cool Leaf interface devices. Developed by Minebea Co. Ltd. in collaboration with Osaka University’s Kazuo Kawasaki, when powered off the surface looks like a mirror.
But when the surface is touched the interface blinks into life and displays the characters that will allow you to manipulate your digital devices. Composed of a half mirror-type film along with a capacitive touch panel, the keyboard repels dirt and dust to bring us all one step closer to that sci-fi [...]
In this HowTo I just want to collect the different ways you can personalize your desktop. It is divided in different sections; you don’t need to follow everything I say, just pick up what you like. There’s nothing new amongst the things I say, but I thought it would be handy to have a reference. Another useful reference is this. All I know, I’ve learned it on this forum, but I’m not able to trace back the authors of the original posts. If you think I’ve just reported something you explained first, then you’re probably right, and I thank you for this. [...]
This is a fascinating area of research. The Biblical record speaks of human “giants” of unusually tall stature. And there are stories of giants in the myths, legends, and history of many other early human cultures all over the world. Granted, there may be some hoaxery embedded in the research and archaeology by those trying to suppress this information in order to attempt to discredit the issue, but there are certainly many genuine archaeological finds. Below is a well-written and interesting article, which may act as an introduction to the subject.
Genesis 6:4: “There were [...]
If your CPU or Chassis fan is not spinning at the correct RPM (this mostly happens with cheaper quality fans), remove the sticker which is on the fan and you will see the “Bush” beneath. Clean out this area with a small brush and makes sure that you put one drop of sewing machine oil in it. Do not put more that a drop at this assembly is very small and larger quantity would flood this area causing a mess when the fan starts. Don’t forget to place the sticker back in its place.