Friday, February 27, 2009

LG-GM730 to Debut Windows Mobile 6.5

LG-GM730 is one of the first mobile phones on board with the new version of Windows Mobile (6.5), in which the sport was changed, the contact-friendly interface. But the LG (eg, HTC), is still going to hit on his S-class UI on Microsoft's. GM730 is less than 12mm (under a half inch) thick, and Wil have rounded edges, but otherwise the characteristics have not been released. Telephone is scheduled to appear at midyear.

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Natural explanation was found for UFOs

Mysterious UFO observation can go hand in hand with a puzzling natural phenomenon known as sprites - flash high into the atmosphere triggered by storms.

The lights have appeared in most of the above storms throughout history, but researchers did not start studying them until a mistake made a remark on camera in 1989.

"Flash of thunder excites the electric field above, produces a flash of light called a spirit," said Colin, a geophysicist at Tel Aviv University in Israel. "We now understand that only a certain type of flash is the trigger that initiates the sprites up."

Researchers have discovered flashes between 35 and 80 miles (56-129 km) from the ground, much higher than 7 to 10 miles (11.16 km), which usually produces lightning. Sprites can take the form of fast-paced balls of electricity, although previously suggested foot streaks or tendrils.

Case or on the flash remains murky, but suggested that the price might explain some of the UFO reports which have been harvested for years. It could provide a consolation for UFO enthusiasts disappointed human-caused false in the past.

Both jetliner pilots and astronauts have reported the observation of sprites, with a different but equally mysterious phenomenon known as blue jets.

Price and his colleagues have focused on 'winter sprites that appear only in the northern hemisphere winter months. Their remote-controlled roof-mounted cameras can place sprites on producing storms over the Mediterranean Sea.

Triangulation techniques have also allowed researchers to calculate the size of sprites.

"The candles are sprites in up to 15 miles high, the group of 45 candles mile wide - Looks like a great birthday celebration!" Price said.

Sprites can have some effect on Earth's ozone layer, but scientists suspect that the overall impact is small.

Saturday, February 21, 2009

Samsung’s Green Blue Earth Phone

Samsung pulled out a really stops this year in terms of innovation, as well as one of the most unusual of phones in its lineup is a blue Earth, in which the company bills as "the first solar-powered full contact tel. This solar panel on the back, and comes with several environmentally conscious applications, including environmental walk calculator, which uses a built-in pedometer to see how many steps you have taken - and then calculates how much CO2 emissions you saved the walk instead of driving.

Even the packaging the phone clean (of paper) and the charger (when there is not enough sun to power the device) estimated 5-star energy efficient and uses less than .03 W standby power.

Blue Earth PCM from recycled plastics, derived from a bottle of water, and, according to Samsung, this is "free from harmful substances such as brominated flame retardants, beryllium, and phthalate." Kind of makes the rest of there phones we use to have this evil-sounding things in them.

By Denny Arar, PC World