Apr 8, 2008
Nic Cho

Amazing TosPom Ball-Shaped Camera For Game Of Catch

As what you see in the photo, the TosPom is a ball-shaped camera that able to snap pictures while playing a game of catch, capturing a photo of the object automatically as the object catches the ball, aiming to draw out a more natural and relaxed expression from the object.


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Apr 8, 2008
Tip and Trick Editorial

Hack to Add Second Hand to Product (RED) Clock Face Sidebar Gadget

Windows Vista Ultimate (PRODUCT) RED signature edition offers a bonus Windows Sidebar gadget – Clock in (RED), which has since been uploaded for free download via Internet. However, the clockr.gadget does not has a ‘second’ moving hand, the pointer that jumps every second to reflect the current time accurate to second.
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Apr 8, 2008
Nic Cho

Intel To Launch Anti-Theft Technology For Notebooks

The world’s largest semiconductor company which aimed to create bold advancements in technology that lead to positive change and a better, more interesting world, Intel, has announced plans to release an innovative technology which designed to prevent theft of laptops, named as Intel Anti-Theft Technology (ATT).
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Apr 8, 2008
Tip and Trick Editorial

Wireshark 1.0 Network Protocol Analyzer Free Download

Wireshark, which previously known as Ethereal is the world’s leading free network protocol analyzer, also known as package sniffer computer application with GUI front-end. Wireshark is used for network troubleshooting, analysis, software and communications protocol development, education, and is the de facto (and often de jure) standard across many industries and educational institutions.

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Apr 8, 2008
Tip and Trick Editorial

How to Change MySQL FULLTEXT Index Minimum and Maximum Length of Words

MySQL database has built-in full-text search capability that allows SQL queries to perform search quickly using MySQL database engine. The full-text search capability depends on the FULLTEXT index which is been created on various table fields or columns. However, some search queries may not return the experted results or datasets, even though the data is verified to exists on full-text search, especially on short keywords or search terms.
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Apr 8, 2008
SY Wong

Toshiba Innovative Idea of Implementing Sleep and Charge USB ports in Satellite Laptop Series

USB 2.0 port on PC or laptop can be used for data synchronization and files transfer. Besides, it is useful for charging any portable device by simply sourcing current from the motherboard for continuous operation. However, in order to keep up the power of the devices, there is a need to maintain the laptop in power on condition, regardless if you need that to be on or not. This is not always practical as you will end up drawing more current from both devices which is not in need. Now, there is a better solution from Toshiba to be able to continue the device charging even the laptop is put into hibernate or shut down mode. Named as Sleep and Charge USB port, it is similar to conventional USB 2.0 host port but with additional capability of charging external devices even the laptop is in power off mode.
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Apr 7, 2008
SY Wong

Download MoblMsg v1.0 to Send SMS Text Messaging in Group for Windows Mobile Device

How many times do you need to send SMS Text Messaging to a huge list of similar people using your Windows Mobile Smartphone? Instead of keying in one by one, why not just group them up in order to simplify the whole process. If you are one of them, you may want to try this freeware utility for fast and efficient way of sending group SMS. Named as MoblMsg version 1.0, it simplifies the message sending process by grouping the recipients from mobile phone contact list so that it can be used for future message sending.
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Apr 7, 2008
SY Tan

Exciting Potential of China in e-Commerce

The biggest market in the world is in China and the untapped online retail market is stupefying. China’s online population is 220 million, ranked number one in the world, overtaking even the USA. Fifty-five million Chinese Internet users shopped online, recording turnover of US$8.25 billion. This is, however, only the tip of the iceberg: a consumer is calculated to spend an average of 1,000 yuan (a mere 0.64 of total retail spending in China).
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