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Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Verizon joined the Fujifilm Get the Picture Online Service Network

FUJIFILM and VERIZON announced to go together on Fujifilm Get the Picture Online Service Networkone of the largest online retail print service networks in the photofinishing industry.
Now verizon wireless customer can directly send photos for print from their digital camera phone. The Get the Picture Online Service Network contains more than 10,000 retail locations for camera phone and digital camera photo printing, including Walgreens, Longs Drugs and Ritz Camera.
Verizon Wireless customers manage and print their photos online on Pix Place at After uploading their photos in this site clients can choose the option to pick up theprinted photos or directly deliver it

Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Manage your office document in Palm Treo 750

If you want to be well connected to your office activities while you are away from office, palm Treo 750 should be the ultimate choice. Important features which can help you are :

Microsoft Office Word Mobile: Its possible to create or edit Microsoft Word document in Treo 750. You can receive MS Word document via mail. Open document in your mobile, edit them and mail them back. In the improved version of MS word, you can view tables or images in the document. New document can be saved as DOC, RTF, TXT and DOT files.

Microsoft Office Excel: Same as MS word document, you can create or edit MS Excel document . With this mobile your can be synchronized with your desktop and carry your Excel file any where.

Microsoft Power Point: Transfer your native power point document to your mobile and you can modify them whenever you want even if are not close to your desktop. Take advantage of built-in support for presentation elements such as slide transitions, animations, and URL links. Zoom in for a closer look.

Picsel PDF Viewer: Not only MS Office document, you can carry PDF files also in your Treo 750 mobile phone.

Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Nokia Music manager in Nokia 5300

Music Manger in Nokia 5300 is very good application to manage music.

You can import music from your CDs to computer, and then transfer all your best songs from your computer straight to your Nokia phone. Nokia music manager can help you to copy music from CDs to Computer. It can also act as your desktop music player so you can sample and play your music files on your PC.

Once you copied your music to your PC, next step is to copy music to your mobile. To transfer music you need to connect the mobile phone with Computer. Connection can be done using USB cable or blue tooth. But USB connection is preferable since it is faster. Once it is connected, you can see your phone name on the Nokia Music manager Display.

Next step is to select the songs in the Music manager, which you want to transfer to your mobile. Select your phone name that will start transferring songs. After transfer, select your mobile in the Music manager to see the files available in the mobile. There it is possible to organize the files based on title, artist or Album. Also you can create new playlists, add or remove files from existing play list.

Thursday, February 1, 2007

High-Speed Wireless connection from Verizon

  • Verizon Wireless announced that it's rolling out a next-generation network in scattered locations across the country.
  • Specifically, Verizon said it's deploying CDMA 1x Evolution-Data Optimized (EV-DO) Revision A (Rev. A) in metropolitan Boston, metropolitan Richmond and Hampton Roads, Va., metropolitan Chicago, Utah cities including Salt Lake City, and areas of Florida.
  • The key breakthrough for Verizon, according to one wireless spectrum expert, is the more robust uplink offered by Rev.
  • The new service will be available for some customers of Verizon's BroadbandAccess, which is available to more than 200 million Americans in major metropolitan areas.
  • EV-DO Rev. A represents an important step in wireless network evolution because the improved up and down link speeds will allow for many new services like VoIP and better push-to-talk service
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