Synchron Outlook Address Book

Hi,

Newbie in forum, can anyone advise if it’s possible to synchro the outlook address book into external memory(SD Card)? Am trying to free up my on-board memory space.

Thanks in advance.
Stephen

My browser isn’t working properly. It says loading, but never finishes or displays…

the page I am trying to load. Anyone else have this problem? What could be wrong? Two days ago, it was working fine, then out of the blue the browser stopped working as I was reading the news.

Everything but the browser works, even facebook and GPS.

UPDATE: Finally, after trying everything, one last battery pull got it working again. Thanks anyway :smile:

Memorex intros Nintendo DS game-changing case, other not-so-game-changing accessories

The Nintendo DS line has had many redesigns up to the present 3DS, but one thing that hasn’t changed are the tiny, easily lost cartridges. Enter Memorex’s Universal Game Selector Case, announced as part of its gaming accessory lineup for E3. The UGSC stores up to three games and hooks up to the cartridge port on any DS, letting you swap between them using a signal routing switch. We’ve seen cases similar to this in the past, but Memorex’s take is the first to support 3DS titles as well. Based on the renders, the unit looks to make for a weird fit and some noticeable extra thickness (10.5mm to be exact), especially on the DSi XL, but hopefully we’ll get a better idea of how it feels in hand at E3. From a functionality perspective, the case does seem rather useful for those with forgetful tendencies, if a bit underwhelming for anybody else. Memorex will also be displaying its new third-party PS3 and Wii motion controllers at the E3, which are viewable in the gallery below, and there’s a press release with details after the break.

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Legit Peeps NEW BBM GROUP

juss scan the barcode and your joined lol this is a bbm hangout 8-)

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MSI X370 to be upgraded to AMD E-450 Fusion APU, we go hands-on

AMD is presently detailing a rather extensive overhaul of its Fusion APU line here at Computex, including the promise of Llano-based computers becoming available in the next few weeks. One of the devices that’s set to get the upgrade treatment is MSI’s skinny X370 laptop, a 13-incher with 1366 x 768 resolution and the current-gen 1.6GHz E-350 Zacate processor inside. The intel about its future upgrade to a 1.65GHz E-450 chip came from Notebook Italia and was confirmed for us by folks at both AMD and MSI’s booths here at the show. We don’t yet have the full details on what the next E-450 processor will be like exactly, but we gathered together a gallery of pictures of the X370, which recently started shipping for 9. We were told to expect the refreshed model in either the third or fourth quarter of this year.

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Motorola Site Redesign Accidentally Outs Unannounced Products (Zaha, Slimline, Tracy XL, and XOOM 2)

Oops.  Motorola is more than likely spending the evening trying to get the proverbial toothpaste back into the tube tonight as four of their upcoming products were just outed.  Our first official glimpses of the XOOM successor and three other devices come courtesy of Motorola, who, we’re told, are in the middle of a website redesign.  Chances are that someone accidentally set things to go live rather than saving in the background, but whatever the reason, we don’t really care.  What we do care about are these new future Android products.

While the XOOM 2 is never shown clearly, we get the sense that it’s thinner and hopefully lighter than today’s model.  Given the super thin size and portability of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 and other similar products, Motorola’s XOOM feels more than bulky.

We’re treated to a pair of ultra-thin handsets in the Zaha and Slimline although their specs are never mentioned.  Based on the pictures however, we can see these will rival the Galaxy S 2 in terms of how thin they’ll be.  The Slimline has more square-ish shoulders that remind us of the Droid line while the Zaha has the making of a sexier Bravo or Citrus.

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And then there’s the Tracy XL, which looks like a Dick Tracy watch from tomorrow.  Likely powered by Android, this could go either way as an A) full on Android experience or B) accessory for handsets and tablets a la the Sony Ericsson LiveView.

The pictures aren’t the greatest and there are no specs to drool over but we don’t care.  We’re excited to see what Motorola is working on and can’t wait to learn more about any and all of these.

It’s worth pointing out that PocketNow has since yanked the pictures down after a request from Motorola Mobility.  We’re hoping we can keep them up here seeing as how many of our favorite tech sites are sharing the love leakage right now too.

Motorola Site Redesign Accidentally Outs Unannounced Products (Zaha, Slimline, Tracy XL, and XOOM 2) originally appeared on AndroidGuys.

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Google Offers rolling out in Portland, Oregon tomorrow, SF and NYC this summer

If you’ve been watching our liveblog of Eric Schmidt at D9, you’ll know that the Floyd’s Coffee ad above isn’t just a mockup — this evening, the Google chairman announced his company’s Groupon-like Google Offers service will launch in Portland, Oregon tomorrow. We’ll also see it in San Francisco and New York City this summer, delivering daily deals directly to our NFC-equipped Nexus S smartphones.

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T-Mobile USA to launch HTC Sensation on June 15, hits Wal-Mart ‘as early as June 12′

The foremost question in the hive mind of Android power users these days is typically whether to go with HTC’s 1.2GHz, dual-core, 4.3-inch Sensation or the similarly specced Galaxy S II from Samsung. Of course, neither of those is actually out in the US yet, so if patience is not your favorite virtue, T-Mobile just made that decision for you. The carrier has announced it’ll start selling the HTC Sensation from June 12th at Walmart stores, after which it’ll be “exclusively” available on June 15th from T-Mobile retail stores. Think about it. Samsung’s superphone shouldn’t be too far behind, but it does look like T-Mo subscribers will get a good few weeks to familiarize themselves with Sense 3.0 before having to hear any gloating about Super AMOLED Plus displays and 8.49mm slimness. PR after the break.

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Hidden Files?

I have transferred several movies from my PC to the directory /media/videos of my PB. I can watch them all with the PB video player.
Some of these movies have a subtitle file (.srt), and I bought Moviesrtplayer to watch them with subtitles. I was very surprised when I saw that I could not see all the movies, hence I figure it was a problem with the srt player.
I kept digging, and using AIRBrowser I found out that I could not see those files either. I checked the properties of the "problematic" files, and they appear to be fine (not hidden, archived, nobody user group, etc).

What could be the problem here?

Richard

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Zinio comes to Android tablets, gives you 24 magazine issues for free


The iPad has yet to transform the publishing world as many expected it would, but some healthy competition from Android tablets should help to keep that process in motion. Zinio‘s reader app is now available on select Android 2.2, 2.3, and all 3.0 tablets, bringing Esquire, National Geographic, and 20,000 other magazine titles to the Motorola Xoom, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, and a half dozen other devices. And, to kick off the launch, Zinio is picking up the tab on the most recent issues of 24 top magazines, as long as you download by June 15. Digital subscriptions are still often more expensive than their print counterparts, but at least Android tablet owners will have a safer place to hide their issues of Playboy.

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Difficulty with OS 6.0 browser

I upgraded to 6.0.0.524 and I have a question about the browser. When I go to certain websites, the text is extremely small and if use the "zoom" option, and enlarge the text…two things happen.

1) the resolution of the text degrades rapidly, as I "zoom" to enlarge the type, the resolution of the text is so poor I cannot even read it!

2) If I "zoom" to expand the text, then I cannot use the touchpad to scroll up or down, as the touchpad seems to control the zoom function.

Can anybody please explain what I’m doing wrong or help with a solution? Thanks in advance!

Nokia N8 Pink gets creepy dismembered doll treatment, even more pink (video)

Earlier this month we were rather unimpressed with Nokia’s rebranding of the N8 Symbian smartphone — well, it seems someone took note. Because the promo video for the N8 Pink is anything but unimaginative. In fact, it’s downright frightening. The video features a series of contorted Barbies dolls, prancing about in Lady Gaga-esque undergarments, with accompaniment by British girl group Sugarbabes. This is one marketing campaign we won’t soon forget. For a glimpse at the disturbingly enthralling cotton-candy romp, check out the video after the break.

[Thanks, Dillan]

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Getting SMS messages

I bought some software for my Blackberry and the vendor ( a company in another country from the one where I live ) sent out information on installing the software in the form of an SMS message. But I never received the message, even though the vendor specified my full phone number as countrycode followed by my phone number.

My carrier is AT&T and I had signed up for one of their international messaging options. My Blackberry is a Torch 9800.

Does anyone have any idea why I never received the SMS message ?

I have been back and forth between the vendor and AT&T but no one seems to know what is happening. I do not know who is to0 blame and whose technical support is more clueless but someone should know about this.

Live from D9: Google’s Eric Schmidt takes the stage

We’re settled in here at D9, and while it’s probably past your bedtime back east, a couple of bigwigs are about to say quite a few interesting things at the Terranea Resort in Rancho Palos Verdes, California. According to our schedule here, we’ve got Robert Thomson (Managing Editor, The Wall Street Journal) and Eric Schmidt (Executive Chairman, Google) on deck, and we’ll be bringing you the blow by blow as the unscripted interviews unfold.

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