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Some Great Cheap Headphone Deals – SlickDeals

August 28th, 2012

First ones up are

Munitio CPFA000334-001 MW3 B-MW3-002 Call of Duty Bullets Earbuds – 9M

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And they are on sale for $14.99 – Thought about getting them as a nice secondary pair but passed
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Second set is another IEM from Lenovo for only $6.99 for the P180 but they have a few more – Thanks SlickDeals
Lenovo has Great Deals On Select ElectronicsShipping is free


Review LG HBS-700 Bluetooth Stereo HeadSet – from another site

May 9th, 2012

Review LG HBS-700 Bluetooth Stereo HeadSet – from another site – Original Review – Linky

I don’t post reviews from other people most of the time but in this case I agree with the reviewer 100% 1000%…
I have the Moto S9-HD’s and a few other and the LG are THE best in this price and what they give you so read on my friends

Have you ever wondered how ridiculous typical bluetooth headsets look when worn over the ear? That is the only reason I don’t use one… until now.

I have found the perfect wireless stereo bluetooth headset. It is the LG Tone (HBS-700) Wireless Bluetooth Stereo Headset.

Very nice packaging. Comes in a solidly built box.

Open the case and the headset is protected under another layer of plastic.

Unlike most bluetooth headsets, it is shaped like a neck band. When not in use, I simply wear it around the neck (and tuck it under the collar).

Chock full of features, and I enjoy every one of them.

Note the mention of SMS-to-speech feature, which is for Android phones only.

The in-ear type ear buds are magnetically attached to the ends for easy storage.

Any closer and the ear buds will pop back into the magnetic housing, makes storage fast and easy.

When the phone rings, the LG Tone HBS-700 vibrates. I detach the ear buds, pop it into my ear, and press the “call” button to answer the phone. That means I don’t have to wear the ear buds to know that a call is coming in.

Open the tiny casing and the micro USB charging port appears.

Micro USB charger with US-spec pin.

Not that I have any issue wearing them. The ear buds are very comfortable to wear and I have no trouble listening to music or watching videos the whole day (battery life is rated for 10 hours of use, 15 days of standby).

The ring around the power button flashes blue when in use, and red when charging.

The LG Tone (HBS-700) Wireless Bluetooth Stereo Headset can also connect to multiple devices simultaneously due to its A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) capability. For example, I pair it with my Huawei MediPad for audio, and with my BlackBerry 9780 for telephone calls. When the phone rings, the audio pauses, and then automatically resumes after the call has ended.

However, you may need to make some manual adjustments. When I turn on the LG Tone HBS-700, it connects to my Huawei MediaPad for both phone and audio (even though I cannot make phone calls on a Honeycomb tablet). I need to first disconnect the phone channel on the Huawei MediaPad, before connecting my BlackBerry. This can’t be done automatically – I see it more as a limitation of Android Honeycomb than a shortcoming of the LG Tone HBS-700.

Thoughtfully designed for intuitive use.

The controls are well-designed, and can be easily manipulated by touch alone. Range is decent. I get consistently good connection with no gaps till about 10m away. If there is a wall in the way, then the range drops slightly to around 8m. Beyond these distances, I occasionally experience dropped signals (pockets of silence).

I simply can’t praise the LG Tone HBS-700 headset enough. I couldn’t find it in Singapore, and had to order it from Amazon.

At the moment of writing, it’s going for about USD20 less than when I ordered, that makes it an ever better deal.

Get it before they realise they are under-pricing it. :)

US carriers agree to build stolen phone database, blacklist hot handsets – From Engadget

April 10th, 2012

Just found this interesting – original post – Linky

US carriers agree to build stolen phone database, blacklist hot handsets

What’s the best way to deter a thief? Ruin the spoils, of course. Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint have agreed to a broad outline that will culminate in the creation of a central database for stolen cellphones. The goal? To block lifted units from functioning on US shores. Over the next six months, each firm will build out its own stolen device database for integration into a larger, central database, said a Wall Street Journal source, with regional carriers joining the effort over the following two years.

“We are working toward an industry wide solution to address the complexity of blocking stolen devices from being activated on ours or another network with a new SIM card,” said a T-Mobile spokesperson, “This is not a simple problem to solve.” The quartet of wireless providers hope to imitate the success UK carriers have seen with similar efforts. With any luck, the program will put an end to massive phone-heists and the awkward public relations stunts that imitate them.

sourceWall Street Journal

HP Touchpad Hebrew Keyboard for Version 3.0.4

October 26th, 2011

OK so you upgraded your HP Touchpad to versin 3.0.4…. and you either killed your Hebrew Keyboard or can’t use the old guide.
So follow the updated guide here

If you just need the new Keypatch zip file (again thanks to the people at palm preacher!) i’ve added it to the download section.
Hebrew Keypatch for 3.0.2 and 3.0.4 (1021)

Microsoft patents modular Windows Phone with swappable batteries, keyboard, and Gamepad – Amazing Idea/Concept

September 23rd, 2011
Just posting this as is from Engadget!
Finally an amazing idea for smart phones!
Not like the failed MODO experiment this might be amazing!

We’ve seen slider phones with speakersgamepads, and of course, the standard keypad — but what if you want to swap out your slider accessory for something new? A new patent from Microsoft is exploring the possibility, showing off a concept smartphone with a sliding modular bay. Tired of that keyboard? Replace it with a gamepad, or a life-giving battery pack. According to the patent claims, some of the modular components would even function wirelessly, citing a touchscreen module which doubles as a wireless handset or a media remote. Neat? You bet, but we wouldn’t get our hopes up — Microsoft typically keeps out of the handset manufacturing game, and the last modular phone to pique our interest didn’t exactly make a splash.

Hebrew Keyboard for Hp Touchpad – 10 minutes and your done – Guide

September 7th, 2011


Thanks again to PalmPreacher!!!
We now have a full working Hebrew Keyboard!!!

Simple install

This post is all about installing Hebrew onto your HP TouchPad virtual Keyboard.




This act is intrusive and may void your warranty.

We take no responsibility for any damage that might happen!


Before you start, make sure your device is in Developer Mode, and that you already have Hebrew fonts on it.

you also need novaterm to access the device linux (for more information about it check WebOS Internals)

  • On 32 bit Windows download and unzip it into the \program files\palm\sdk\bin directory.
  • On 64 bit Windows download and unzip it into the \program files\palm\sdk\bin directory.



1. Download the file or visit the special WebOS Internals page dedicated to the TouchPad virtual keyboard.

2. unzip the file somewhere on your computer in a folder keypatch

3. Connect your TouchPad to your computer and select USB Drive

4. Copy the keypatch folder to the TouchPad USB Driver.

5. Nicely disconnect (eject) your TouchPad.

6. Reconnect your TouchPad but this time select close (not the USB Drive)

7. run novaterm (from your PC).

8. change directory by typing:   cd /media/internal/keypatch

9. apply patch by typing:    sh patch heb.json


This process takes about 10 minutes. have patience!

when done, go to Regional Settings and add 2 English Keyboards. First one qwerty, and the second: azerty


Support webOS Community:

for more than 2 years now, palmpreacher gives you patches, apps and information focused for the Israeli & Hebrew speaking audience.

please consider supporting this great community by downloading WritePad HD For HP TouchPad (it’s only 0.99$ )

and of course, don’t forget to donate WebOS Internals.


Samsung Note – My Dell Streak Replacement!!

September 6th, 2011

So after Dell Killed off my beloved Streak 5″ – Linky

Samsung come back and try to do the same thing with the ‘Note’
5.3″ Super AMOLED HD screen that supports pen input…. bla bla bla

The ‘Note’ has amassive 5.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus 1280 x 800 HD display.
Because the screen is so large, Samsung says it is enabled a number of native Android applications to operate in split-screen mode, allowing users to access two applications at the same time.
It also comes with Samsung S Pen software, which is similar to HTC’s Scribe software in that it lets users draw or write on the screen with a special pen, take screen shots, and input text.
It runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread with TouchWiz and includes Samsung’s new ChatOn messaging software.
Other features of the Samsung Note include a dual-core 1.4GHz processor; 8-megapixel main camera with autofocus, flash, and 1080p HD video capture; 2-megapixel user-facing camera for video chats; aGPS, NFC (carrier optional), Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi; and accelerometer, light sensor, digital compass, proximity sensor, and barometer.
The Samsung Note has quad-band GSM/EDGE and quad-band 850/900/1900/2100 HSPA+ at 21Mbps.
Samsung said the device also includes LTE, but didn’t mention what spectrum the LTE radio operates in.
Samsung has also gone to great lengths to install plenty of business features on the Note.
Pricing and availability were not announced.

samsung galaxy note 300x240  Samsung Note – My Dell Streak Replacement!!

Wireless HostSpot WiFi – Sprint Overdrive 3G/4G Mobile Hotspot

September 2nd, 2011

So I got my Sprint Hotspot instead of my old AT&T air card and I thought it would be funny to give the hotspot funny names

So if you are at DFW and you see an FBI-CAR-1980 WiFi that would be me.

Regardless I thought it would be funny to have a few others

“Look Left”
“Right Behind You”
“Try To Connect”

Any other ideas?

WebOS Quick Install for Hebrew Font’s and IPK Files

August 30th, 2011

WebOS Quick Install 

  1. Install Java or verify installation
    • You may already have Java installed. Simply click the link above to verify the installation.
  2. Download HP webOS Quick Install
  3. Install HP webOS Quick Install
    • Open the .jar with Java
  4. The program will prompt you to install the Novacom driver, follow the installation until it is successful.
  5. You should now see “HP Touchpad” in the “Device” drop down at the top right of WebOS Quick Install
    • If your “HP Touchpad” doesn’t show up on Quick Install, restart your computer, ensure you are not in USB Drive mode, and try alternate USB ports.

How to enable developer mode on a HP TouchPad

August 30th, 2011

I wrote this on Hebrew on HP TouchPad but decided to add a few guides in English as well… (don’t know why but still)

Put your device in developer mode

In “Just Type” enter webos20090606.

Press the button, switch the “Developer Mode” switch on, and follow the straightforward onscreen instructions.

Leave Password empty

Restart the Device

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