Mar 30, 2008
SY Tan

How to Track Viewers’ Stats on YouTube Video

YouTube users sometime might be wonder who were the viewers visiting their uploaded video or how these people can find the video. To assist users to track the amount as well as the source of these visitors, Google Analytics has added a tracking feature in YouTube which allow users to do the tracking. Use the following tip and trick to track viewers statistics.
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Mar 30, 2008
Tip and Trick Editorial

WordPress 2.5 Released for Free Download

The latest version of WordPress 2.5 has been officially released for free download, after 2 release candidates and several delays in schedule. However, the wait is worth waiting for, as WordPress 2.5 features lots of improvements and enhancements such as multi-file uploading, one-click plugin upgrades, built-in galleries, customizable dashboard, salted passwords and cookie encryption, media library, a WYSIWYG that doesn’t mess with your code, concurrent post editing protection, full-screen writing, and search that covers posts and pages.
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Mar 30, 2008
Tip and Trick Editorial

Workaround to Re-Open Last Opened Tabs When Exit The Next Time Using Internet Explorer in IE8 Beta 1

Internet Explorer 7 (IE7) has a very useful feature that allows users to re-open the tabs the next time using Internet Explorer web browser with all web pages reloaded as when the IE window is closed. Typically, IE7 will ask for confirmation when there is multiple tabs open when users attempt to close or exit from IE7, and there is a “Open these the next time I use Internet Explorer” check box that users can select to reopen all existing tabs that are closed when IE7 is run again.
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Mar 30, 2008
Nic Cho

Apple Announces Aperture 2.1

Apple has announced its new Aperture 2.1 with powerful image editing plug-in architecture which allows photographers to easily use specialized third party imaging software right from within Aperture, aiming to enhance the user experience in Apple’s Aperture photo-editing package.


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Mar 30, 2008
Nic Cho

Samsung Access To Support AT&T Mobile TV

Samsung and AT&T have announced the new Samsung Access, which is the company’s first mobile device to support AT&T Mobile TV, featuring a large, crisp and clear 2.3-inch landscape screen display, 1.3 megapixel camera, stereo Bluetooth technology, external stereo speakers, microSD slot and Video Share AT&T Mobile Music.


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Mar 30, 2008
Nic Cho

New Kodak EasyShare Digital Photo Frames Featuring Quick Touch Border

The famous multinational public company producing imaging and photographic materials and equipment, Kodak has announced an enhanced, sleek and stylish digital picture frames – EasyShare P720 (7-inch), M820 (8-inch), M1020 (10-inch), boasting a newly-announced Quick Touch Border feature which allows for controlling the electronic device with a touch or slide of your finger, while leaving the display free of fingerprint and smudge, aiming to provide consumers a more personalized and intuitive picture viewing experience.


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Mar 30, 2008
Nic Cho

Nokia Siemens Announces Dual Carrier EDGE Solution

The leading global enabler of communications services, Nokia Siemens Networks has announced the launch of its downlink Dual Carrier EDGE (Enhanced Data for GSM Environment) software solution, which able to double the data speeds on existing EDGE-capable GSM networks up to 592 kbps, aiming to enable a mobile broadband experience.
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Mar 29, 2008
SY Wong

Motorola Spins Off Mobile Division – Goodbye HelloMoto!

Previous rumor about Motorola spinning off its mobile division is finally confirmed. Just recently, the board of directors has made decision to spin off the mobile division, aiming to offload the whole corporate company from bad financial situation due to stiff competition in mobile market segment. This is also an effort initiated by Carl iCahn, an activist investor who has influenced and pressurized the boards’ final decision to sell off this division. By then, Motorola will consist of two totally independent entities, leaving Broadband and Mobility Solution as a centric business core focusing on public, government safety equipment, wireless infrastructure and set-top boxes.
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