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Thursday, October 25, 2007

Inspiring furniture for your home..

Inspiring Saddal is a realization of a dream. It is a commitment to provide state of the art and affordable home furniture for all choices and varied moods.

Have a look into the range:

That's not the end of the list. There's more..
It's the one stop shop for religious masterpieces of the best quality.

Inspiring Saddal (Click to see collection)
B-59, WHS Timber Block,
Kirti Nagar,
New Delhi- 110015, INDIA.

Monday, October 22, 2007

Wireless Charger for Mobile Phones..!

Now WildCharge is offering a wireless charging system for Motorola RAZR phones with an adapter for iPod Nano just around the corner. The idea of wireless charging is an attractive one - do away with messy cords and chargers in favor of a wire free charging pad that does the job for multiple devices by simply placing it on the pad's surface.

Instead of fiddling around with plug in chargers and mobile cradles, the WildCharger allows you to charge and power a mobile device by simply placing it on a table. The pad can cope with multiple devices with varying power at any orientation and charge them all effectively at the same time.

Because devices aren’t currently enabled to power themselves using the charging pad, they either need to be manufactured to be compatible or they need an adapter. The adapters for Motorola RAZR phones replace the phone’s battery-cover with one that already has the WildCharge technology built in - raised contact points on the back of the phone then facilitate charging once it comes in contact with the thin conductive surface of the pad.

The pad itself is 8 x 6 inches in size and is designed to simultaneously charge as many as five small devices.

WildCharge products are available through the company’s website. The charge pad costs US$59.99 and US$34.99 for each adapter (you need one to enable each different device) or you can buy a combo package of the pad and an adapter for US$89.99. The company is aiming to expand the range to make as many leading mobile devices compatible with the WildCharger system.

If you don't happen to own a Motorola RAZR there are some other clever, albeit low-tech, solutions on the market that can assist in freeing your office or kitchen counter from cords such as the Quadcharge.

Incidentally, the concept of wireless power has potential way beyond eliminating clutter associated with mobile devices. MIT recently demonstrated they were able to light a 60W light bulb from a power source seven feet (more than two meters) away; there was no physical connection between the source and the appliance. The MIT team refers to its concept as "WiTricity" (as in wireless electricity). More applications of this technology are inevitable and Gizmag will keep you informed of new developments.

Saturday, October 20, 2007

Mozilla's Mobile Browser..!

Mozilla has indicated that it is working on a version of Firefox that will be designed for mobile phones and will make its maiden appearance very soon.

The new mobile browser will operate much like the desktop version and will include support for XUL and extensions. Mozilla is also looking into making the browser portable i.e. where a user could easily port preferences, bookmarks, and so forth between the mobile and the desktop.

Apart from the browser, Mozilla also offers Joey, a project in development that lets users clip and save text, photos, videos and other content while using a PC and then access that content through a browser on a cell phone.

Mozilla is also involved in developing an open-source Linux-based platform for devices that are bigger than a cell phone but smaller than a laptop. Mozilla is developing a browser for the platform and has already built one for a similar device, the N800, from Nokia.

So, let's cross our fingers to see how this "Fox " will "fire-up" the mobile phones.. ;)