The first Android phone with flash support has been unveiled. A true iPhone killer this time? Known as the HTC Hero, it is a phone which has been speculated with images leaked previously, now officially revealed and pictured below.


The new open source Android based HTC Hero sports a 3.2-inch HVGA (480×320) screen, a five megapixel camera with autofocus, AGPS, digital compass, gravity sensor, 3.5mm headphone jack and a dedicated search button. On the inside lies 512MB of storage, expandable by microSD, 288MB of RAM, and a 528MHz Qualcomm processor.

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If you’re like me and have got lots of old CDs and DVDs lying around at home, this new DIY iPhone dock created by our friends at Geeky Gadgets could help you make use of those long forgotten discs. I usually donate my old discs to charity shops, however I have lots with missing cases, so I might actually try this myself too.


The Recycled CD iPhone Dock will work for iPods and iPhones, you will require about 11 CDs or DVDs, some super glue and also a Dremel for cutting through the discs itself.

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Geeky fashion: Geek hierarchy t-shirt

On February 20, 2009, in Geeky, by KLS

Ever been called a geek or a nerd and not actually knew why? Maybe this tee could sort out the question for you. If you’re reading this blog, unfortunately, you probably are quite geeky! But being geeky isn’t a bad thing, it shouldn’t even be regarded as an insult.


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We only spoke about it a week ago and now LG has officially announced their latest flagship – the LG Arena KM900 at the Mobile World Congress 2009 in Barcelona. I know some have been asking us when exactly the Arena will be available in the UK, we can now confirm that it will arrive very shortly next month! Meanwhile, we’ve got an official demo video of the new and very exciting 3D cube user interface (UI) for you to see right after the break.

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I know many of you are Twitter users, Twitter in general is extremely easy to use but if you want to make the most out of Twitter and go abit more advanced then this list of Twitter usage FAQ should be useful to you. I make no apologies for taking this from Digital Inspiration because that is why Amit has published it anyway, to help answer Twitter users’ questions. However, I definitely do believe that all credits for this wonderful list should go to Amit, so visit Digital Inspiration, if you are interested in more amazing long lists of tips like these.
Q: I am a blogger and want to cross-post articles from my blog into Twitter?

A: Go to FeedBlitz, type the address of the feed in the Subscribe box and choose Twitter from the subscription options. The other option is Twitter Feed but that requires you to have an OpenID.

Q: I know that TwitPic allows me to post pictures on Twitter but I want to use my existing Flick account with Twitter.

A: Go to TwitterGram and associate your Flickr name with your Twitter account. Now assign a special tag (say Twitter) and any picture that you post on Flickr with that Tag will automatically get posted in your Twitter account as well.

Q: I just ordered a laptop on eBay and the owner shipped it via UPS. I want to track this package on Twitter.

A: Follow TrackThis on Twitter and send this bot a Direct Message with your Airway Bill Number. You’ll be notified each time your package changes location. Works with FedEx, UPS, DHL and USPS.

Q. I want to add events in my Google Calendar using Twitter?

A: Go to Twittercal, add gCal as your virtual friend on Twitter and add events by simply sending direct messages to your new Twitter friend.

Q: Oh! I just saw a spam profile on Twitter that is using my picture and tweets. I want to report impersonation on Twitter.

A: Send a message to Twitter spam watch team at @spam with the suspicious user name.

Q: My Twitter friend just sent me a tweet in French. I want to translate his message into English.

A: Follow twanslate and send a direct message with the text you want to get translated along with the language code of the target language (en for English, fr from French, etc.).

Q: I want to use Twitter as a Gmail Notifier.

A: Create a new Twitter account and set the status of updates as “Protected” so that the updates don’t appear in a public timeline. Now subscribe to your Gmail RSS feed using FeedBlitz and become mutual friends.

Q: I want to use Twitter as an alarm clock to remind me that I have to pick my daughter from school in 30 minutes.

A: Follow timer – send a direct message with the reminder time and it will ping you at that time. For instance “d timer 30 pick daughter”.

Q: I want to use Twitter for ego surfing.

A: Go to tweetbeep and set up alerts for certain keywords and web URLs. You’ll get an email notification as soon as someone mentions you or your brand or your blog posts in their tweets.

Q: While I like the default Twitter search engine, I want to know about other alternatives.

A: Try Tweet Scan and Monitter. Unlike Summize, you don’t have to refresh the Monitter page each time there’s a new result matching your search query. And it support multi-column search so may track multiple keywords on the same screen.

Q: I want to conduct a quick and simple poll on Twitter. Is it possible?

A: Go to StrawPoll and create a poll. Your Twitter contacts can participate in the poll by simply sending an @reply message.

Once again, we thank Digital Inspiration for this great post.

By the way, you can also follow GadgetLite on Twitter too!

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From the coming month’s issue of Wired, check out this Millennium Falcon, origami style – oh yeah! Can’t get enough of origami? The creator, Philip Schulz, has a website full of Star Wars origami directions, from Star Destroyer to Destroyer Droid, TIE Fighter, almost every ship in the imperial and rebel fleet.

For now, here’s the Millennium Falcon, click on it to enlarge…

Geeky origami: How to paper fold a Millennium Falcon

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