Following up from the previous post, as long as we’re on the subject of the Samsung F700 hotness, here’s the specs and pics (below).
With a massive touch screen, slideout QWERTY keyboard and much much more, I am so looking forward to what the future has in store for us if this is any indication.
Ready for some visual gaming goodness?!? These fantastically rendered shots of the upcoming Unreal Tournament have been posted over on The Hardest Boss for your viewing pleasure. I’m pretty sure these are rendered or artist depictions, but I’ll tell you, if these are any indication of actual ingame play, I’ll be all over it like a fat kid on cake!
MSNBC columnist Michael Rogers explains why Americans are the last in line to be served with coolest of cool new mobiles like the example he talks about playing with at the GSM tradeshow in Barcelona last week. The phone is the:
Samsung Ultra Smart F700, a sleek elegant black phone with a high-resolution color touchscreen, slide-out keyboard, a five megabyte auto-focus camera, all operating on an ultra-high-speed wireless network that will download a 4 megabyte MP3 song in four seconds. The Ultra Smart F700 looks as cool as Apple’s upcoming iPhone — and actually does more. But we’re not going to see it in the U.S. for a long time to come: for starters, we don’t even have a network it will run on.
The Chinese New Year started over the weekend and the Chinese people generally take a week off to celebrate (I know because the folks I work with in Beijing basically go dark for a week this time each year before surfacing again).
Reuters is reporting (via eWeek.com) that China’s mobile operators estimate that their customers will send billions of text messages during the week long holiday. Here’s the numbers:
They are hosting services for approx 400 million susbribers and last year each user sent approx 30 SMS’ a piece during the last New Year festival for a total of 12.6 billion during the week. They’re trending towards an additional 1.4 billion for this year’s festival for a whopping 14 billion SMS’ exected during an 8 day period this year!
My gawd, imagine if you could insert an advert into each one of those messages, you’d make a killing.
Download VPC 2007 from here. Yes it’s still free like VPC 2004 and VPC now supports Vista.
You can create and run one or more virtual machines, each with its own operating system, on a single computer. This provides you with the flexibility to use different operating systems on one physical computer. Imagine being able to host Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Win98, NT4 and OS/2 on the same box.
If you’re an IT Pro this is a godsend for the appcompat scenarios. I consider myself a VM newbie, having used VPC 2004 off and on over the past 6 months.