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New original unlocked Apple iphone 3GS 32GB$350usd

Item Specifics - Cell Phones & Smartphones Technology: GSM Contract: Without Contract Camera: 3 Megapixels & Up Brand: Apple iPhone Features: Bluetooth Enabled, Calendar, Color Screen, GPS, Internet Browser,...

Hackneyed or amazing? Online system rates photos by artistic quality

Think you have some amazing photos? A new photo-rating system purports to determine the aesthetic value of an image might think otherwise.   The system -- Aesthetic Quality Inference Engine (ACQUINE) -- extracts and uses visual...

Security: The ugly business

Security problems usually don't have elegant solutions. A report from Commonwealth Bank concerning serious ATM vulnerabilities illustrates the issues perfectly.

Blown away? Prototype camera, chips survive explosions

Can surveillance cameras (and their recorded data) mounted in buses and other forms of public transportation survive a catastrophic explosion? Seems so, at least according to tests being conducted by the US Department of Homeland...

Cisco Gets Physical

Did you know that Cisco has some great solutions for physical security? More importantly, are you thinking about physical security in your environment? Physical security is often overlooked in many environments yet it is just as...

A better portable video tool

A few weeks ago I discussed the Flip Mino, a miniature digital movie camera that quite impressed me. Well, the bar has been raised. Kodak sent me its latest digicam, the Zi6 Pocket Video Camera. As much as I liked the Mino, I think...

Employers loosen rules on camera phones

Cameras are available on just about every kind of wireless handheld device, from inexpensive cell phones to high-end smart phones, putting pressure on IT managers to reconsider corporate security policies banning cameras.

Nokia releases cooler phones for developing markets

Support for music, megapixel cameras and FM radio with recording are some of the features available in four phones Nokia has released especially for emerging markets. The cheapest models cost €50 (US$78), before subsidies.

Sony still tight-lipped on new flagship Alpha DSLR camera

Sony's upcoming flagship digital SLR (single lens reflex) camera got its first outing in Tokyo Wednesday at the Photo Imaging Expo, but the company is remaining tight-lipped on details of the anticipated product.

MTI displays tiny fuel cells

MTI Micro CEO Peng Lim shows off two of the company's prototype methanol fuel cells in Tokyo. One is a thin fuel cell for integration into a smart phone and the other can fit inside the camera battery grip for a digital SLR camera. ...

Sony's new Alpha digital SLR cameras

Sony's new Alpha A300 (10 megapixels) and the A350 (14 megapixels) cameras come with live view and 2.7" display:

My Christmas wish: The new Canon 40D

I now know exactly what I want for Christmas (and there's four months to save for it): The new Canon 40D Digial SLR due out in September. I needed a rag to clean the drool off my desk after reading the specs: 10.1 Megapixels,...

OoVoo, cameras and the end of cool

In my Network World Web Applications newsletter last week, you will find a review of a free video-calling and -conferencing system called ooVoo. Here's more.

New Treo delivers Nirvana

Is it too early to call the Treo 700p smart-phone the product of the year? Perhaps, but it has raised the bar for excellence in the mobile device world.

Sony plans GPS, VOIP, other updates for PSP

Sony Computer Entertainment outlined Wednesday new software and hardware features that it plans to add to its PlayStation Portable (PSP) during 2005.

Public nannycams

I hope that any of you who put in IP-based cameras and want them to be private do not assume that no one will find them on the 'Net. I also hope that the manufacturers will fix their code to make the cameras not so easy to find.

Smile! You're on candid cell phone

Thoughts from the CTIA Wireless 2003 show in New Orleans.

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