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Log in to Windows 8 with your Windows Live ID and transfer your settings between computers

Posted: 05 Oct 2011 05:39 AM PDT

As you probably know, Windows 8 Developer Preview is available to the public, and we've spotted several new features, such as redesigned boot process for example, but besides UI changes, Microsoft has introduced the ability to sync our Windows with our Windows Live ID account.

If you work on two different computers and you want to transfer your settings from one to another, you have to do this manually, and that could be a tiresome process, but luckily, Microsoft decided to change that with Windows 8. Now you can sign in to Windows 8 with your Windows Live ID and your settings will be automatically saved and transferred to another device with Windows 8 each time when you log in with your Windows Live ID. Besides your settings, you can easily synchronize your Metro style apps, so you can edit your documents, without transferring them.

This new feature is more than welcome, especially if you have Windows 8 installed on several different devices, and we can't wait to see how will it work in the final version of Windows 8.

[via Ubergizmo]


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Rocketfish PadPivot is a compact tablet stand for your knee

Posted: 05 Oct 2011 02:40 AM PDT

Using your smartphone or tablet usually requires you to use at least one hand to hold your device if you don't have a flat surface to put your device on, and it certain cases that could be a problem for some people, but luckily, Rocketfish has the solution for this problem.

Rocketfish PadPivot is a special stand for your tablet or smartphone, and unlike other stands on the market, this one has flexible pivot, so you'll be able to adjust and rotate your tablet anyway you like. In addition, Rocketfish PadPivot can be placed on any flat surface or even on your knee, so you won't have to hold your tablet in your hand while you're working with it. We also have to mention that Rocketfish PadPivot is a compact device, so if you want to use it in a bus for example, you can easily fold it, put it in your pocket, and carry it with you at all times.

Rocketfish PadPivot can work with most tablets, and it is priced at $39.99, so if you want a compact tablet stand, check out Rocketfish PadPivot.

[via Ubergizmo]


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Posted: 05 Oct 2011 01:30 AM PDT

Purchasing products with your smartphone can be a tiresome process, since typing your credit card information into your phone isn't fast due to the on-screen virtual keyboard, but luckily, there are tools such as that can make this process a lot faster. Speaking of, we're glad to inform you that this amazing app has found its way to Android platform as well.

As you might know, is iOS app that can gather your credit card information simply by scanning your credit card with your phone camera making the purchasing process a lot faster and easier. Until now, was an iOS exclusive, and now, you can download SDK from Android Market, and use it for demonstration purposes.

According to the, 750 developers are using their technology and as for privacy and security, there's 128-bit SSL encryption. In addition, doesn't store your credit card information or the image of your credit card, so if you have Android smartphone, make sure you try out.

[via Engadget]

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Apple event: iPhone 4S spec revealed, pre-ordering starts Friday – Oct 7th

Posted: 04 Oct 2011 11:54 AM PDT

The Apple iPhone 4S spec has been revealed at the Apple event . The iPhone 4S is compatible with both GSM and CDMA. Featuring the new A5 chip, an improved 8-megapixel camera, 1080p HD video recording, dual core graphics and a better battery life. The iPhone 4S will be available in 16GB ($199), 32GB ($299) and 64GB ($399) models. It will be on released on the Oct 14th across 70 countries, pre-order from Oct 7th.


The new iPhone’s camera has a redesigned system that includes a new sensor and a 8-megapixels that provides better quality pictures than the iPhone 4. Compared to other cellphones, the new 4S camera takes only 1.1 seconds to snap the first phone, followed by a half of a second to take the next photos. It is almost 50% faster than HTC Sensation.

In addition, the iPhone 4S can record 1080p HD video with real-time video image stabilization and real-time temporal noise reduction.

With the improved battery, the new iPhone 4S features 8 hours of talk time, 14 hours of 2G talktime, 6 hours of 3g browsing, and 9 hours of Wi-Fi browsing.


Pre-orders start on October 7th followed by a public release on the 14th of October in US, Canada, Australia, the UK, France, Germany, and Japan. Twenty-two more countries will get the device on the 28th followed by over 70 countries by the end of the year.

[via 9to5mac]

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iOS 5 free update available from October 12nd

Posted: 04 Oct 2011 10:53 AM PDT

Apple “Let’s talk iPhone” event has revealed that iOS 5 is expecting on October 12.

Some of the new features for iOS 5 includes camera update with panorama function  and the function of editing photos on your device. Other new features include updated Safari, Reader and tabbed browsing.

The iOS5 is available as a free update, compatible with the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, the original iPad, iPad 2 and 3rd and 4th gen iPad touch.



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iPhone 4S arrives Japan October 14th

Posted: 04 Oct 2011 10:41 AM PDT

Apple store sites in Japan has revealed the iPhone 4S will be released on Oct 14th with 30% price drop from the current price.

The iPhone 4S is a dual-mode handset which runs on both GSM and CDMA networks. The images of the iPhone 4S in black and white have been prematurely posted to Apple’s site.

The site also reveals an updated iPod nano, featuring references to a new user interface, improved fitness function and a new clock face.  Pricing begins at 10,800 yen.

[via Mac Rumors]

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