Apr 6, 2008
Nic Cho

Alcatel Introduces New Playboy-Branded Cellphone

The worldwide leader in telecommunications network equipment, applications and services and sold handsets in approximately 50 countries, Alcatel has introduced the new Playboy-branded cellphone (OT-V770A) during CTIA Wireless 2008.


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Apr 6, 2008
Tip and Trick Editorial

Windows Vista (PRODUCT) RED Leaves DreamScene Video Free Download

Leaves DreamScene video content is a red-themed PRODUCT (RED) goodies that includes in Windows Vista Ultimate (PRODUCT) RED system, where Dell and Microsoft donates $50 – $80 to The Global Fund to fight for cause of AIDS in Africa for each product sold. Since it’s (RED), the DreamScene video must also be in red flavor to complement other exclusive customizations that also (RED).
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Apr 6, 2008
SY Tan

Convert Digital Images to ASCII Art With ASCII Generator dotNET

What are the secrets behind Leonardo da Vinci’s famous drawings, the Vitruvian Man, Mona Lisa or The Last Supper? Maybe Professor Robert Langdon can try to convert the artwork into new masterpieces consisting of minute text (to break the hidden codes). The updated version of ASCGEN, ASCII Generator dotNET, is a free application that you can download to convert digital images or photos into high quality ASCII art. ASCII art is an artistic medium using text to represent the original image as accurately as possible.
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Apr 6, 2008
Tip and Trick Editorial

Windows Vista PRODUCT (RED) Signature Wallpapers

The PRODUCT (RED) themed wallpapers are extracted from Dell PRODUCT(RED) PC, which is launched jointly by Microsoft and Dell to help solve AIDS problem in Africa. The PRODUCT (RED) PC comes with Windows Vista Ultimate PRODUCT (RED) edition, which contains the following unique exclusive wallpapers. Here’s the preview of the PRODUCT (RED) wallpapers and the download link to the wallpapers if you love them.
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Apr 6, 2008
Tip and Trick Editorial

Download Windows Vista Ultimate (PRODUCT) RED Custom Wallpapers, Gadgets, Screensaver and DreamScene Set

Microsoft and Dell have teamed up to manufacture and sell (PRODUCT) RED PC with Windows Vista Ultimate signature product running at the power of (RED), where every single PRODUCT (RED) product sold will have part of the proceed donates to The Global Fund to fight and eliminate AIDS in Africa. Best thing is Windows Vista Ultimate (PRODUCT) RED that comes with several (RED)-themed customizations, including six new desktop wallpapers, a new screen saver, two new Windows Sidebar gadgets, and a new Windows DreamScene.
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Apr 6, 2008
Tip and Trick Editorial

Windows Vista PRODUCT (RED) Signature Pictures Displaying Screen Saver

Dell XPS PRODUCT (RED) notebook and desktop PC comes with a signature screen saver on top of other customization freebies. The PRODUCT (RED) screensaver is unique in such a way that it’s red in background color, and able to display and shown on screen saver when activated, picture and photos from user’s Pictures folder and its sub-folders. The images are displayed on screen saver in similar way to slide show, but as many as 5 of the pics are shown at anytime in different overlapping location.
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Apr 6, 2008
Tip and Trick Editorial

64-bit (x64) MUI Language Packs for Windows Vista SP1 Unofficial Download Links

The Multilingual User Interface (MUI) language packs for Windows Vista SP1 hasn’t been released officially via Windows Update for public download yet, as the language packs for RTM version cannot be installed anymore. But Microsoft has made available the MUI language packs to MSDN and TechNet subscribers in DVD disc image in ISO format.
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Apr 6, 2008
Tip and Trick Editorial

Bill Gates: New Windows 7 To Be Released in 2009? Or 2010?

Windows customers waited 5 years for an upgrade to Windows XP, i.e. Windows Vista, with several dateline delay, to be released to manufacturing (RTM) and available in retail and OEM channel, so how long would we have to wait for the next version of Windows series, successor of Windows Vista which codenamed Windows 7 to publish in final version?
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