Nokia C3

The Nokia C3 – Great messenging device on a modest budget

Nokia C3The Nokia C3 was released in 2010, and has become a hit in most markets where it has been introduced. PC Tech recently received a test unit which we enjoyed using; here is a summary of our experience with the C3.

First impression
The C3 is a very attractive device, and ours was even more eye-catching in its Hot Pink body. Everywhere you go with the C3 you are going to get people asking to look at your phone. It is well built and feels solid,

The Nokia C3 is a social and stylish mobile, keeping you in touch with friends and family everywhere you go. The C3 manages to look more expensive than it is.

Acronis Backup and Security 2010

Acronis Backup and Security 2010

Acronis Backup and Security 2010In many ways, when we intend to save data or information for future reference in our computers, our data or information may need to be protected from viruses, malware, unwanted intrusions, data theft or loss. For those important reasons, a new back up and security tool called ‘Acronis Backup and Security’ has been developed and ready for use.

Acronis Backup and Security 2010 is a new complete tool designed to offer complete protection against the above.

The developers at Acronis managed to create a complete solution to help home and corporate users safeguard their information using top notch security, storage management and disaster recovery software.

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MTN’s E2010 HSPA “Jabulani” USB Modem

Modem_Jabulani_Modem_OpenOn 13th July, Huawei Technologies handed over “3.5G network technology” to MTN Uganda. We received a test modem — the one that it now popularly referred to as Jabulani, following it’s physical design. This review is based on usage over a 3.5G network.
FIRST LOOKS:
The modem makes a very good first impression. I had many problems with security around Kampala because the guards would find a ball, that tiny, suspicious.

Sony PSP

Sony PSP (black/slim)

Sony PSP

The shape of the console is virtually unchanged, but the Slim and Lite is 33 percent lighter and 19 percent slimmer than the original version.

Contains:

  1. Sony PSP Slim and Lite Console
  2. 64MB Internal Memory
  3. AC Adapter

The Slim and Lite weighs in at approximately 189g compared to the weight of the original PSP which is approximately 280g and measures approximately only 18.6mm in thickness compared to approximately 23.0mm.

The addition of video-out functionality enables you to watch high quality UMD Video, pictures and movies from your Memory Stick Duo, on your TV (please note: cable not included). Using a progressive scan TV and PSP specific cable you can also output gameplay.

Also, the PSP Slim and Lite is equipped with enhanced features that will temporarily store game data from UMD, reducing load time during gameplay. Moreover, the ability to now charge the unit via a USB cable connected to PS3 or PC makes this new model even more mobile and accessible.

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iPhone 4

iPhone 4 Review

iPhone 4

Apple CEO Steve Jobs opened the 2010 Worldwide Developers Conference today by announcing the latest iPhone incarnation, the iPhone 4. As expected, the latest handset features a high-resolution display, a faster processor, and video calling, but it also sports unexpected additions like a new antenna and a gyroscope. It will be available exclusively with AT&T starting June 24. The price with service is fair--$199 for the 16GB phone or $299 for the 32GB device--and both models come in white and black versions. No, we did not hear a peep about the elusive Verizon iPhone, but we didn't anticipate any news on that front.