Jump Starting your Kjam from Zero Charge

If you allow the battery of your Kjam to drop below 2 to 5%, there is a good chance that your device will refuse to start up. In this case, you will not be able to charge the battery back up again even if you use the USB cable or the supplied charger. Actually using the supplied charger has given people...
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Review: Sony SAL 18-70 Standard Zoom Lens

This is the standard kit lens available with all the entry level Sony Alpha DSLR range cameras. This is an all purpose lens which gives good performance throughout it 18 to 70mm range. The increased range to 70mm (unlike most other manufacturers offering only 55mm), allows you to take good portrait shots...
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Review: Sony SAL 75-300 Telephoto Zoom Lens

This lens is a perfect compliment to the standard 18-70 lens that the Sony A300 comes kitted with. Since the 5mm difference is negligible, both the lenses together provide you with an amazing 18-300mm range, which is the equivalent of 27-450mm field with a 35mm. I have been using this lens for the last...
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5 Years of Not Deleting Emails

April fools day was celebrated by many on-liners by putting up fake posts and articles, attempting to confuse and confound the general weboshpere. A major occasion which was ignored by most, even by the people who are the reason for the occasion, was that on 1st April 2004, Gmail was offered to the general...
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Google Adopts Autopilot Mode for April Fools

The prompt display of new and technologically unimaginable features in Gmail every April Fools day has led me to believe that this is a script that runs automatically on 1st April xxxx and generates a nice html page and graphics to fool us all and be awed by the Google engineer’s amazing ability...
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HDR Images with Qtpfsgui

I recently saw some examples of HDR (high Dynamic Range) images. The process involves combining images with different levels of exposure and then Tone Mapping them with particular software to get a resultant images that can be truly nice to look at. Monitors are generally not able to display the level...
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Review: Microsoft Recite

Microsoft is simplifying. They are doing it with Windows 7 and they are doing it in their mobile apps. At least that’s what I think. In any case that’s what is showing up in their new Voice Technology Preview, Recite. Microsoft Recite aims to make it easier for you to take down mental notes...
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Review: Kinoma Play for Windows Mobile

Trying to manage your media on a Windows Mobile phone when you have WinMo5.0 is a real pain. All the players that I have tried in the past were just that, players of one kind of media. A player/viewer for pictures, a player for music, another for video, and what not. Its only recently that I have found...
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Review: Skyfire Browser for Windows Mobile

The Skyfire browser has been around for some time but I believe that only recently available for download globally. They were testing it out on North American handsets before they unleashed it on the worls I guess. I downloaded Skyfire recently and am currently evaluating in on my Kjam. The browser that...
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Review: IRIS Browser for Windows Mobile

I have been using the Iris browser on my Kjam for some time now and I ahve to say that I am very satisfied with it till now. I really enjoy using this browser because I can do most things in the browser with just one hand and I rarely have to use the stylus either. Iris is available as a free download...
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