Archive for August 11th, 2009

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Nimbuzz for Android Launches


Nimbuzz is a multi community mobile social messenger combining Instant Messaging, (geo) presence, and VoIP.  The free application lets users connect and interact with their buddies across popular communities, including  Skype, Windows Live Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger, ICQ, Google Talk (Orkut), AIM,  and social networks including Facebook and MySpace.

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Looking for a Sony contact!

Ok so this post is a little out of the ordinary, it’s not often that I’ll post such a blatant appeal for help but I’m looking for a Sony contact, either someone inside Sony or else someone that works for one of Sony’s PR agencies. I’m specifically interested in talking to Sony about camcorders so if anyone from Sony is out there reading this or if you know anyone that handles PR for Sony the please do get in touch with me using our feedback form. I would be extremely grateful!


Posted by: Matt

Posted in: Site Announcements
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HTC Hero Desktop Sync Cradle & Charger

Do any of you remember the time when HTC included a desktop docking cradle with all of their devices? Those where the days huh? 🙂

For those of you with a shiny new HTC Hero here’s an accessory to add to your essential list, a desktop sync and charge cradle for your handset.



– Low Priced High Quality

– Clean up your desktop and Listen to your Music

– Synchronise your HTC Hero with your computer

– Charge your HTC Hero device from the cradle

– Prevent your HTC Hero from getting scratched when just lying on your desk

– Show off your new HTC Hero to all your mates at work

– Easily see the screen on your device while sitting in the cradle



Head over to superEtrader and order yours today for just £17.25!


Posted by: Matt

Posted in: News
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Checking enters the 21st century with iPhone deposits.


In the days of ATMs, debit cards and cashless transactions using checks always seemed so outdated to me. With almost all banking institutions offering online billpay, I haven’t written a check in literally years. I do almost all of my banking using my banks excellent website and mobile applications, but the one thing I can’t get away from is having to stop by the bank to deposit my paycheck (my employer refuses to use direct deposit). Now a Texas bank that was created to cater to military members and their families is the first in the country to allow qualified customers to deposit checks via an iPhone application. Using the iPhone’s camera, a user takes a picture of the check and sends it to the bank where it is deposited automatically. The Check can then be voided or filed away for future reference. The bank never physically handles the check at all. This is a major step into the future of mobile banking, I think all major banks will have this capability soon, and at that point the only time you will ever have to enter a bank is to open or close an account. Say good bye to long lines at the bank, and maybe even to bank branches entirely.

Source: The New York Times

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