BillShrink provides a free, online service to help consumers make better purchase decisions for complex product categories. It takes a scientific, highly-personalized approach which identifies the products that best fit users’ individual…
Compare cell phone plans and find the perfect plan to fit your usage needs at web site BillShrink. Just enter some information about how you use your phone along with your current monthly bills, and BillShrink will offer you an alternative plan that could save you a ton of cash. Currently BillShrink is focused on cell plans only, but they appear to be working towards offering more comparisons for cable and internet bills in the future.
Have you ever wished you can spy on your wife, husband, teens, or an employer who needs to see what someone is up to? Are they being suspicious when on their cell phone? This SIM card spy software and hardware solution can tap into all files on a cell phone SIM card for viewing, saving or editing. Devices like this make it easy for anyone to snoop, so you should take privacy and security a lot more seriously on your mobile device .
iPhone make it easy! Dial numbers without looking at the screen.
Nagware iPhone application VoiceDial brings the power of voice
activated phone dialing and application and bookmark launching to your
You can record your voice samples for any contact in the addressbook
and just speak to dial the number. For doing this you should set
VoiceDial to run on the home screen button double-tap for easy access
and record voice tags up to three times to improve accuracy.
Radiation from mobile phones delays and reduces sleep, and causes headaches and confusion, according to a new study.
Using the handsets before bed causes people to take longer to reach the deeper stages of sleep and to spend less time in them, interfering with the body’s ability to repair damage suffered during the day.
The findings are especially alarming for children and teenagers, whom usually chat to friends on their mobiles before sleep. They can’t get enough sleep and this can result in attention disorders and poor academic performance.
The reception bars on your handset show EC/I0 values, (pronounced “ee-see-over-eye-naught”) and it refers to the amount of the signal which is usable. The bars that are actually present on your cellphone don’t show the true value of EC/I0 because it isn’t stable. It could go from zero to four bars and back to zero again in just a few seconds and would terrify users, so they display the signal strength, which at least has the virtue of being stable, though it doesn’t really mean much.
Google released its new Gmail Mobile application,which gives you the live Gmail experience on your Java-enabled mobile phone.You can dawnload the free Gmail Mobile to your handset by visiting m.google.com/a on your mobile phone and download “Mail by Google”. You log in using your firstname.lastname@example.org address.
The Apple iPhone sports a nice two megapixel camera with a CMOS sensor — better than what you get with most mobile devices. But the cheap, tiny lens means that the iPhone is pretty lousy at capturing clear, detailed photos taken at ranges closer than about eight inches. In photo speak, this is called “macrophotography.”
Here’s a simple and cheap hack you can employ to take incredibly sharp and detailed close-ups with your iPhone. It also works with just about any mobile phone with a built-in camera. Your results will vary, but the trick should improve the quality of your macro photos no matter what your device.
This technique was originally popularized by Flickr user (and iPhone owner) curiouslee. You can see some of his macro iPhone images in his Flickr stream.
What You’ll Need
1. An iPhone
2. A 3-lens magnifier from Radio Shack, $9.
Ready for Your Close-up?
1. Position one of the magnifier’s three lenses over the iPhone’s camera. Hold it flush against the iPhone’s body, right over the camera, like so: