Hasta La Vista!
I have moved on to a new blog. This is the link. Thank you for all the support you guys gave me. This was my first tech blog and I shall keep it mind.
The much-anticipated N97,well does not dissapoint. The cutting edge device comes with a 3.5-inch, 640 x 360 pixel resistive touchscreen display with tactile feedback and QWERTY keyboard. An “always open” window feature allows the use to stay in real-time contact with favorite internet or social networking sites. Nokia calls the N97 the “world’s most advanced mobile computer,” and while Apple would probably have a come back for that boast, no one else does.
The impressive handheld includes HSDPA, WiFi, and Bluetooth radios, A-GPS, a 3.5-mm headjack, 32GB of onboard memory with microSD expansion (for up to 48GB total capacity), and a battery capable of up to 1.5 days of continuous audio playback or 4.5-hours video. Now that’s a huge set of features! Also included is a 5 megapixel camera with “DVD quality” video capture. The price is as awesome as the smart phone itself—It’s listed at $799 by most web merchants—but if you’re looking for the best of the best, this is it.
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As someone who spends most of the day in front of his laptop I frequently forget things like “Wake me in an hour please”, or “Can you tell me to come out of the bath in 20 minutes?”. Not that I forget, just if I’m enjoying my work time flies by. Cooktimer is a small application I found that comes to my rescue in these cases!
You can of course use it so you don’t forget your dinner in the over, or remember to switch the stove off, but for me there are many other uses, including the ones I mentioned. You can also use it to remember to take a rest every now and again, or if you hate distractions, to remember to check your email every 30 minutes.
The great thing about this app is that it is very lightweight, no installation required and will reside in memory while the timer is active. Many of you already have billions of applications running, and you don’t need to log timings, add multiple timers and so on, so this could be perfect, just set and forget. If any of you have any other timer suggestions, let us know!