Meet, the Scrubba, a portable washing machine, in form of a bag. This wash bag, allows people to do their laundry, on-the-go. The Scrubba is a lightweight, foldable bag that features small nodules to help sc...Read more »
Palm Pre 2's predecessor, the Palm Pre, is not quite a success. Good thing is Palm Pre 2 is different. Why? Because According to SFR, this phone can compete with iPhone and Android. Let's see if it really does reach the standard.
French phone carrier SFR brought new surperises yesterday. Palm Pre 2 had been lurking in the Internet with rumored specifications and images. SFR referred actually to these rumors as “flatter” and “more refined” than the original.
Palm Pre 2 is a follow up to last year’s Palm Pre who happens to be a flop. The Pre 2 carries a 1 GHz processor and 512 MB of RAM. Boosting over the 600 MHz processor and 256 MB of RAM of its predecessor. Plus, more competitive to the iPhone market and the Droid 2. Palm Pre 2 will carry WebOS 2.0.
Looks like Palm has both the guts and power now.View Article Source »
Palm company is handing out over 500 Pre Plus devices for groups who are working for good causes. In our world full of abuse, violence and crime, there are still people who are full of hope.
It’s good karma for a great cause. We’ve stumbled upon a site called Palm Connections on Facebook and we’ve seen something so heartwarming. Palm is giving away 500 Pre Plus phones that carries a $300 worth of Verizon Service. The company is giving it to US groups who are working for great causes.
The campaign as mentioned earlier, runs on Facebook. For the groups who wants to submit their info, go to www.palmconnections.com. Palm will help out group members connect with the Palm Pre Plus phones and highlight the accomplishment for the past month.
Currently participating are the groups Greenlight Apparel, a clothing company with a mission to eliminate child labor, Niemann-Pick children’s fund, which raises funds to help fight and cure Nieman-Pick Disease Type C.
Many sans-specific game characters and iPhone games have gone from virtual to hug-able by taking the route to the toy store. If they can do it, why not Rovio's Angry Birds?
Rovio, the Finnish creator of the hit iPhone and iPad Game ‘Angry Birds,’ is rolling out some franchising deals crossing over other platforms. While there’s no definite news about the TV and movie part, Rovio representative, Ville Heijari, confirmed that the company will be manufacturing Angry Birds toys in stuffed form. Aside from moving straight from iPhone to plush toys, the game launched on the Palm platform today and plans to conquer Android later this month. Angry Birds has sold over 6.5 million units, with the free app being downloaded 11 million times. It’s iPad app has reported more than $ 200,000 in sales. Now that a flock of birds are done chasing evil pigs, are you ready to make it a collector’s item?View Article Source »
Written on January 10, 2013
Written on December 28, 2012
Written on December 27, 2012
Written on December 17, 2012
Written on November 10, 2012