Smoke alarms are useful devices that can potential make life saving differences, but who would have thought that even smoke alarms could be equipped to send texts, this is exactly what the latest FireText Smoke Alarm has been designed to do. Continue reading »
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Onyx, a relatively new company with its head office based here in the UK has launched a series of three new dual-sim mobiles – Flip, Slider and Nero. Having featured another dual-sim phone – the LG KS660 here on GadgetLite before, we know how popular these can be. Let’s face it, alot of us do use a different phone number for work purposes but it doesn’t mean we have to use a different mobile for every sim card we need.
This latest trio of dual-sim mobiles from Onyx not only aims to offer you the convenience of having two sims in one phone but they’ve also kept their designs as stylish and elegant as possible, without having anyone realise you’ve actually got something quite unique! Continue reading »
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If you frequently visit any part of Asia such as China, Singapore, Korea, you will already know that they have got a number of dual sim card mobiles, made by their own native brand. But what we have got here is one by LG, called the LG KS660, its the latest dual sim phone from LG which runs on a tri-band network. This handset allows users to have both their business and personal lines concurrently on a single device without having to switch sim cards. This function is also ideal for backpackers or travellers.
As expected from the news we heard via the iPhone Dev Team’s blog last week, one of the team member MuscleNerd demonstrated live today their iPhone 3G unlock tool ‘yellowsn0w’. MuscleNerd first showed that his iPhone 3G was running AT&T, then after running the tool, his iPhone was able to recognise and get a signal through his T-Mobile sim.
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This week, Sagem the mobile firm which not everyone knows alot about, announced that they have managed to embed a whole GPS receiver into a traditional sim card. This is extrememly exciting news, because the result of this technology would mean it could be possible in the future to bring GPS functionality into any phone. I suppose now the next step is the need to have a GPS software or application which could be globally supported in order to be able to exploit this further.
Here’s a quick quote from our source, find out more from the link below!
The primary purpose of A-GPS SIM is to provide accurate positioning information of the phone to emergency services in case of an emergency call as required by E112 and E911 legislation in the EU and the U.S. respectively. In addition to this, it can support generic location-based services such as navigation, ‘find a place or person’ services, location-aware games, and many more.