It is going to be annoying for a lot of people, but that is what we do every day! You can just imagine some of the replies you would get, some might even be interesting.
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Until recently, you could only order a Skype Gift card in the US, but now the Microsoft owned internet phone service provider Skype are now allowing the gift card system to go international and that means us in the UK! So you can now put a value to a card, pay for it and send it by email, its ideal for those occasions when a birthday or special occasion is overlooked, well that’s my excuse!
Hoping to build on the success it had with the Galaxy Note, Samsung has brought out a second generation ‘phablet’ device that blends the functionality of a smartphone with a tablet. So what’s different about the Galaxy Note II, and what makes it superior to its older brother? We’ve knocked up a little Galaxy Note 2 review to give you the lowdown.
Stylus stylings – One of the unique features of the Galaxy Note II is its S-Pen stylus, which allows users to navigate around the phone, annotate whatever’s on the screen, and utilise S-Pen optimised apps. If you’re a fan of art who likes sketching and whatnot, you can take a game of Draw Something to a whole other level using the S-Pen to gently shade and scribe with loads of detail.
Other stylus-related features include S-Memo, a useful app that lets the user jot down notes using the S-Pen, and the S-Planner, an organiser app where you can input your appointments and special dates using the stylus. Photo editing on the Note II is pretty impressive too – you can crop and move selected sections, annotate, and scribble using the S-Pen on photos taken with the handset’s 8 megapixel camera. There’s also a Share Shot camera mode that allows users to instantly upload images onto compatible devices in a 200ft range when they are connected to the same Wi-Fi Direct network.
Display and processor – Of course, we couldn’t discuss the Galaxy Note II and not mention its massive display. Sporting a whopping 5.5-inch HD super AMOLED screen, the Note II’s display really is its crowning glory. So, if you watch a lot of action films in high definition you’ll be able to see all the fine detail and brilliant colours of explosions and car chases, or if HD period dramas are more your thing those wonderful stately homes and their extravagant grounds will look vibrant.
That screen is also ideal for gaming as there’s more surface area meaning that you won’t obscure your view of the action when tapping away at onscreen controls. You also get a better view of the gameplay on a large display just because it’s physically bigger. There’s a 1.6GHz quad-core processor nestled beneath the chassis too, offering enough power to fuel gaming and multitasking with no annoying stutters or lag.
Boxed with Jelly Bean – The Galaxy Note II comes boxed with the newest Android operating system, Jelly Bean. This iteration has loads of great features, including the intuitive Google Now service that learns all about you, remembering things such as the routes you take regularly and things you search for, and then offers handy hints and tips when it senses you need it. It keeps you updated on weather, traffic and public transport via digital cards that flash up info. For example if you commute to work on a motorway notorious for jams, Google Now will remember your daily trip and offer traffic updates and an alternative route if there’s any delays .
Another nifty addition by Samsung is Pop-up Play, which allows you to minimise a video or movie into a smaller box, and multitask while it continues to play. You can check work emails, send texts, and even do your Christmas shopping online, all whilst the video plays in the little window on the screen.
With its big expansive HD screen, quad-core processor and S-Pen stylus, the Galaxy Note II is at the cutting edge of mobile technology. It bridges the gap between a smartphone and tablet brilliantly, and unless you’re adverse to large mobiles it’s actually hard to think of a good reason not to own this handset. So, if you’re looking for a new mobile we recommend you give Samsung Galaxy Note II some serious consideration.
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Calling each and every person individually and letting them know about any changes become very difficult if you are a big entity and there are many people associated. Be it your customer, client, patient, debtor, subscriber or any other individual, it is equally important to circulate any update or special message. So, you cannot even overlook them. For instance, if you are a telecom company, you will have to surpass the information to each and every subscriber, if you pass to one. You certainly cannot differentiate in this regard. This is where voice blast makes a difference in your business. With the help of this service, you will easily be able to transmit the messages to all of them. How can you make use of this service? What are the benefits to it? To know these answers read on.
Basically, it is software with the help of which you can make calls to numerous people at the same time. A pre recorded message is linked with the call and the automated voice gives the message to the recipient of the call. Normally, there are automated calls received by the subscribers regarding their bill dues and other outstanding. These kinds of services can be availed with this voice software. Apart from this, even from a corporate company’s point of view, if there is any special message to be conveyed, it can easily be done. Many times, the week offs are cancelled or any other related events happen. This can easily be conveyed to the employees with this calling service.
Again, there are many customer based surveys also conducted in such voice blast services. There are pre recorded questions the answers of which are directly or indirectly related with your product. In this process, you can easily get to know the views of thousands of people about what they need. This will also help you a lot in developing your business and even improve the same. Now, when it comes to using and installing the set up, it is equally easy and does not take much time too. All you need to do is just configure your voice campaign online and get started with the recorded messages. The best part about this service is that, it alerts all the individuals simultaneously.
With the help of such unique services coming into recognition, sharing and transferring messages has certainly become convenient. The manner in which these kinds of messages are structured, it is sufficient to provide the full information to the client as well. It can be said that with the help of this feature only, you will be able to make your client understand about what is new. And the best part about this service is that, it is very much reasonable. Sending the pre recorded messages to your circles in bulk is very much cheap than actual calling. These days, there are many corporate and social organizations including schools and government, which are using this kind of service.
About the author:
The author of this article writes about Simple Blast – an advanced voice message service provider, with innovative voice broadcasting and voice blast tools, and more!
2nd November 2012. London. London’s skyline was lit up last night as EE marked the launch of its new superfast 4G mobile and Fibre Broadband network with a historic 4D projection at London’s Battersea Power Station. In the biggest light show to ever be held at the iconic landmark, the projection was beamed across the entire 8,000 square meter façade of the former power station after a specially built screen – equivalent to the size of an Olympic swimming pool – was constructed between the iconic chimneys. It is a first in the London landmark’s 80 year history.
In what is expected to have been one of the final events to be held at the power station before its redevelopment, the projection used the very latest ‘4D’ technology to beam the light show onto the front of the building.
The projection was presented by EE as part of an event at the power station to celebrate the launch of EE in the UK. The fast paced 4 minute projection showed hundreds of animated light particles – representing the superfast EE network – being ‘created’ inside the power station. Viewers were then taken on a journey as the particles appeared to explode from inside the power station and out across the UK. The spectacular show was accompanied by an exclusive score developed by the critically acclaimed scratch DJ, DJ Yoda.
Thousands of people from around the UK took part in the celebrations after being invited to send a tweet to X Factor judge Nicole Scherzinger’s dress – who joined the event wearing the UK’s first ever Twitter dress.
Social media is very big and it is fuelled by people and images, so why not use this to produce a cool looking case for your iPhone. This is Casetagram; it is an app that takes the images from your social networking site to produce a wonderful and cool looking case for your iPhone that is totally personal to you!
This is a little bit of background information on the Casetagram case design;
Casetagram is a social design service where you can create custom tech cases by using your Instagram, Facebook and directly uploaded photos. We turn your designs into high quality cases with our patent pending technology, then we print it and ship it to you.
To get your very own personalised iPhone case it is going to cost you $35 (£22).
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This is something that you are going to think why hasn’t anyone thought of this before, well they have now and it is called Whooz. This set dresses chargers and cables so that you are easily able to identify your charger, cable or both when there are a whole lot of them together in one wall power socket. They are made from a vinyl material and can even be personalised to make sure that yours are mixed up with any other Whooz in the office.
These are the details for the interesting and somewhat useful Whooz;
Whooz is a simple, fun, and affordable solution to this problem. Each pack comes with four sheets of removable vinyl labels with each sheet sporting a different look. One sheet includes labels to cover one adapter, the ends of one usb cable and one set of earphones. You can combine the labels in fun ways to create your own look or keep it simple. These also work on the new iPhone 5 / iPad lightning connector and earphones! There are extra labels to cover the new shapes and sizes.
These cool looking Whooz will cost you around £6.40 ($10) per pack.
2nd November 2012. London. London’s skyline was lit up last night as EE marked
the launch of its new superfast 4G mobile and Fibre Broadband network with a
historic 4D projection at London’s Battersea Power Station.
In the biggest light show to ever be held at the iconic landmark, the projection was
beamed across the entire 8,000 square meter façade of the former power station
after a specially built screen – equivalent to the size of an Olympic swimming pool –
was constructed between the iconic chimneys. It is a first in the London landmark’s
80 year history.
In what is expected to have been one of the final events to be held at the power
station before its redevelopment, the projection used the very latest ‘4D’ technology
to beam the light show onto the front of the building.
The projection was presented by EE as part of an event at the power station to
celebrate the launch of EE in the UK. The fast paced 4 minute projection showed
hundreds of animated light particles – representing the superfast EE network –
being ‘created’ inside the power station. Viewers were then taken on a journey as the
particles appeared to explode from inside the power station and out across the UK.
The spectacular show was accompanied by an exclusive score developed by the
critically acclaimed scratch DJ, DJ Yoda.
Thousands of people from around the UK took part in the celebrations after being
invited to send a tweet to X Factor judge Nicole Scherzinger’s dress – who joined the
event wearing the UK’s first ever Twitter dress.
This is not a phone case made from bamboo; it is an actual phone from ADzero! Currently it is a prototype and the firm will be putting through Kickstarter to raise production funding for it. This is an interesting concept, that will offers a 4.5 inch display and will be powered by the Samsung Exynos 4 quad-core 1.4 GHz processor.
Everything Everywhere is now the easier to say EE; it is a partnership between Orange and T Mobile to provide the UK with the first commercial 4G LTE network. However currently this superfast mobile service is only available in eleven cities; Cardiff, Bristol, Birmingham, London, Leeds, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Manchester, Liverpool, Southampton and Sheffield.
It looks like the all new LG Nexus 4 has got everyone at the Carphone Warehouse excited as they made the pre-order pages appear before they should! In fact this phone has not even been announced, Google are holding an event on Monday for that! Anyway, the phone looks cool enough and comes with the latest Android “Jelly Bean” 4.2 operating system too.