Solution: Need Office Projector alike at home ….

The anwser : iPico. ( Of course it’s not Apple Product but FOR Apple Product )

It can project images or other stuff from your iDevices up-to 50-inch in any suitable surfaces, priced $129, well worthed for those who needs to show stuff to people with easier than Office Projector

Specifications :

  • 3.35 ounces Weight
  • Includes Rechargeable Battery + USB Cable Charger
  • qHD resolution (960 x 540)
  • iPhone 3GS – 4 – 4s and iTouch 3rd and 4th Supported
  • White Colour Only

Nokia Lumia 900 Update

Good News ( New Features / Improvement ) :

  • Mute Phone calls if the phone face-down
  • Camera Performance Improvement ; Launched Camera when Hardware Button press ( Even when it’s locked )
  • More reliable on startup ( After your battery 100% Drained )

Bad News :

  • Update only via Zune Dekstop not OTA
  • Will not upgrade to Windows Phone 8 ; only 7.8

Unusual 360 Degree View of ….

  • Been Tested on iPhone , PC

All of these awesomeness came from NASA hard work as they successfully launched and landed Curiosity Rover on Moon August 6th. Have anyone wonder what’s the relation NASA with this secret ” view ” …. It’s a moon landscape. A view of moon. That was something isn’t. You can try it on here but it’s recommended using Smartphone ( iPhone’s Safari so you can see everything more smoothly than PC )

Google Map 6.10 Update [ Android ]

  • Now, whenever you search for a city or postal code, the borders of that region are highlighted.
  • Under My Places you’ll notice we’ve added new tabs, which will help you access all your information from a single place; from your saved maps for use offline to your starred places and Custom Maps created on your desktop.
  • If you enable Location History, you’ll be able to browse the places you’ve been on a daily basis with an updated Location History dashboard.
  • Specific mode layer of Public Transport ; you can chose one Transport and hid others
  • Station Tab ; show departure times, destination distances and lines serving that station.