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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Xpreia X10 working on T-Mobile 3G

The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10, the Japanese-Swedish mobile phone manufacturer's flagship Android handset is already available outside US. If you can't wait for the North American version of the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 to be available, you know you can always import one but why would you import a $700 phone only to find out that the 3G is not working?

Well, fear not because the Xperia X10 seems to be working on T-Mobile's 3G bands, according to a user at howardforums. So excited Sony fanboys who don't mind getting a contract on T-Mobile can import one from the eBay sellers offering the X10 for sale. If you're still undecided, here's a Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Review.

The Sony Ericsson Xperai X10 features a 1GHz snapdragon processor, Sony Ericsson's own UI on top of Android 1.6, and 8 megapixel camera among others.

Saturday, March 6, 2010

UK getting the HTC Desire and HTC Legend

Darn, lucky b*stards. Sure, we got the Nexus One even before they did but come on, I think the HTC Desire is sooo much more cooler than the Nexus One. Think about it, HTC Sense with Flash plus multitouch on everything and not just on Google Navigation. I'm telling you, HTC is shortchanging us.

The HTC Legend is another cool mobile phone. An aluminum unibody makes it a Macbook phone. The specs is also much better than the HTC Hero. I'm so tempted to pre-order this and import it but at £528.68 for the Desire and £399.99 for the Legend and with the current exchange rates, not to mention, customs, this is just waay over my budget. I guess we'll just have to wait until for the North American version of these handsets.

Via: Cellphone-Reviews

Friday, March 5, 2010

Remotely Access Your PC

What is "remotely accessing your pc"? Well, it means taking control of your PC from another device like a laptop, another desktop, or your mobile phone.

Why would you want to this? Well, for a number of reasons. You might like to have access your PC while you're away, or you might want someone to see your desktop in real time like if they're troubleshooting your PC.

How do you you go about this? Well, you can remotely access your PC in a number of ways. NMCNNIC.COM has two ways of accessing your PC: through your smartphone or your desktop/laptop. Head on over to the link to find out what software do you need.