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Reset Your Mobile Memory Card Password 2 minutes

We usually set password for our memory card for privacy and security, but the common mistake every one does at least once in out life time forgetting password. If you set password for mobile memory card, then you should be not forget the password. If you does then the only option is to formate your memory card with the help of the card reader and eventually the loss of all your data stored on it. There is a way to break the security wall. If you are a Symbian device lover then no need to worry about the password. You can crack them in few minutes.

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A software that turns an iPod Touch into a phone!

With a freeware application for the iPod Touch, your swanky music player can be turned into a virtual mobile phone with the software, called “Truphone”. It uses wi-fi technology in an iPod Touch and makes it enable to make and receive calls to the other iPod Touch owners and Google Talk’s messaging service users. The software is a spin-off from technology, developed for iPod Touch and smart phones.

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BYB Balance – concept cell phone

BYB Balance is a concept of a luxury cellphone which is made from titanium and stainless steel. The handset has a slider form factor and comes with a pair of touchscreen displays inside that are protected when closed.

Designer Bence Bogar dreams of more than electric sheep. His BYB Balance Cell Phone is one dreamy concoction of luxury and smart phone, with everything you ever wanted. There’s even 512MB of internal memory on top of a microSD expansion slot. A software program, MindPad, lets users draw characters and symbols with a finger for rapid and simple input. If that isn’t sufficient geek magnet, Bogar’s amalgamation of titanium and stainless steel is deliciously chic enough to cause jaws to drop when you whip it out. We certainly like the sliding mechanism which allows this little sexpot to convert into a clock or digital photo frame when not in action.

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HTC G1 Google mobile in comparison with iPhone

The first cell phone running Google Inc.’s mobile software looks something like Apple Inc.’s iPhone and has a large touch screen, but it also packs a trackball, a slide-out keyboard and easy access to Google’s e-mail and mapping programs. Google’s G1 may appeal more to technophiles than the average consumer because of its open-source platform, which allows anyone to develop programs for the device.

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Full talk time on top-up cards: TRAI

Now people of India can enjoy full talktime credit for every recharge you do. No worry of getting unsatisfactory talktime on the top up cards.

Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) asked the telecom operators to waive the processing charge on the top-up cards, resulting full talk time on such recharges. Users will now have to pay just an administrative fee not exceeding Rs 2 per recharge and other applicable taxes.

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