Meldungen vom 14.02.2009

  • Backgrounds for iPhone

    The iPhone comes with 19 stock wallpaper images pre-installed. But staring at the same satellite view of Earth, assorted flowers, or da Vinci's Mona Lisa day after day can get a bit dull. You know what might liven things up? Having the ability to search from among 50,000 background wallpaper images. …mehr

  • Sync Your Smart Phone and Your PC With Mobiledit Lite

    Your smart phone probably comes with all the software you need to sync it to your computer. But if you want to do more than just sync basic information, such as your contacts and calendars, you'll need more than just the basic software. Enter the US$25 MOBILedit Lite, a utility that lets you sync a variety of files--everything from basic documents to YouTube videos--to your phone, while also allowing you to control that phone from your PC.  …mehr

  • Digital TV Switch Coming Tuesday For Many, Despite Delay

    Hundreds of broadcast stations will switch to digital on the original Feb. 17 deadline. That means millions of Americans with analog TVs may see only snow on their favorite channels come Tuesday. Nearly 500 stations say they intend to switch to digital broadcasts that day, despite a recent Congressional vote until June 12.  …mehr

  • iPhone apps round-up: Last-minute Valentine's Day apps

    Whether you think of Valentine's Day as a romantic occasion to proclaim your love for that special someone or a vast commercial conspiracy between the country's greeting card manufacturers and confectioners, the fact remains there's just a few ticks on the clock before February 14. So if you were hoping to load up on romantically-themed iPhone apps from the App Store, it's time to get shopping. …mehr

  • Organize Photos With Cpicture? Or A Free Program?

    This US$20 tool for digital photographs offers some nifty tools, but it won't be for everyone. 's somewhat clunky interface and the fact that you can get powerful photography software for free means that most people will most likely not want to pay for it. It's worth trying, but you may well not end up buying. …mehr

  • Seagate FreeAgent Theater

    If you're looking for a way to view tons of media from your computer on your TV, but you want something other than a media streamer, a hard-drive-based media player like the Seagate FreeAgent Theater (starting at US$129 without the hard drive, as of February 11, 2009) may be for you. But if you take home entertainment seriously, you may want to consider other options. …mehr

  • US Congess passes huge economic stimulus bill

    The U.S. House of Representatives and Senate have both passed the final version of a huge economic stimulus package, including billions of dollars for broadband deployment and electronic health records. …mehr

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