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The truth about iSale…What about iBerry?

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Lets see what iSales is..

  • First of it is an iPhone application
  • The iPhone app is free, but it requires iSale 5.5, which costs $40. (Equinux offers a trial version that lets you try out three free auctions.)
  • iSale mobile works with both the iPhone and the iPod touch.
  • So you can consider iSale as an auction expediter
  • iSale integrates with Apple technology


How iSale works?

  • You can consider it as an auction helper on the go
  • So, now your auctioning while driving too…pretty neat but dangerous too…choice is yours!
  • But, is the auction real time?
  • No
  • iSale ets you create online auction drafts while you are on the move.
  • You can pick from among 222 iSale templates …. write a description for your auction item  …..set the starting price, auction duration, and category.
  • When you’re back near your Mac (and the desktop version of iSale), you can transfer all that data via WLAN.


Written by hermit

January 16, 2009 at 2:14 am

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iPod & iPhone users – print your photos free with HP iPrint

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Captured moments printed free for iPhone & iPod users!

HP today announced HP iPrint Photo, a free application available on the Apple App store that gives iPhone and iPod touch customers the ability to easily print photos anytime, anywhere.

  • HP iPrint Photo is the first photo printing application of its kind and allows for quick and easy wireless printing of 4 x 6-inch photos from an iPhone or iPod touch to most HP inkjet printers connected to a local Wi-Fi network.
  • The application is fully compatible with Apple’s Bonjour technology and uses the innovative Multi-Touch interface for the easiest and fastest wireless iPhone or iPod touch print experience.


“Today’s news demonstrates how HP is enabling customers to turn special moments captured on the go into high-quality photos,” said Vyomesh Joshi, executive vice president, Imaging and Printing Group, HP. “More than any other company in the world, HP has re-imagined, re-engineered and re-invented the power of printing with exciting new technologies that address real customer needs.”

Written by hermit

January 13, 2009 at 4:33 am

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SC-PT770 & SC-PT670 – Panasonics new DVD home theatre system..

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Panasonic today announced the introduction of two new DVD home theater systems that combine outstanding sound quality with functions that are sophisticated yet easy to use.


  • SC-PT770 and SC-PT670 both feature a built-in Universal Dock for iPod to play audio, video and photo content stored on an iPod and displays the audio and video titles on the TV screen.
  • Included with the SC-PT770 is the SH-FX70 Wireless Kit for Rear Speakers.
  • Users can easily connect the rear speakers wirelessly without cables running from the front of the room to the back, so there is no tripping hazard to worry about or unsightly cables to hide.

Both models will be available in the spring of 2009.  The SC-PT670 will have a suggested retail price (SRP) of $299.95 and the SC-PT770 will have a SRP of $399.95.

Written by hermit

January 8, 2009 at 4:13 am

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Panasonic’s SC-HC3 – Sleek sytem for iPods

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Panasonic today introduced the SC-HC3, a sleek compact stereo system that plays music from both CDs and iPods.

  • It is crafted to for iPod users who want to enjoy their favorite songs in high quality at home
  • SC-HC3 employs advanced Panasonic audio technology to deliver an exceptionally pure, clear sound that rivals the quality of larger hi-fi systems.
  • It is not only space saving but energy saving too.

pana1Other features include..

  • full-range Bamboo Cone Speakers
  • A rigid, low density bamboo material used in the speaker helps achieve a clean responsive sound, with crisp, clear vocals
  • A Dual Passive Radiator design cancels unwanted vibration, helping deliver a pure bass sound with minimal noise
  • The diaphragm of the passive radiator is weighted to achieve linear vibration, making it possible for these slim, thin speaker units to produce a robust, full-bodied bass
  • Across the entire sonic range from pure, clear trebles to rich, dynamic bass, the SC-HC3 delivers an audio performance that is almost unimaginable from a system of its size.

It will be available in March 2009 with a suggested retail price of $199.95.

Written by hermit

January 8, 2009 at 4:05 am