Friday, February 20, 2009

list update server microsoft

Have problem with bandwith  for automatic update , bellow list of ip address n server ussualy  for Microsoft update :

 

 

support.microsoft.com    65.54.166.122

www.update.microsoft.com 65.55.184.29

stats.update.microsoft.com 207.46.20.252

download.microsoft.com  124.195.15.137 , 124.195.15.145

go.microsoft.com 207.46.250.101

home.microsoft.com 202.89.231.21

 

 

 

Monday, January 26, 2009

Phones support push email (Blackberry client)


Several non-BlackBerry mobile phones have been released featuring the BlackBerry e-mail client which connects to BlackBerry servers. Many of these phones have full QWERTY keyboards
AT&T Tilt Operates on 3G/HSDPA/850/900/1800/1900 MHz GSM network, 240 x 320 pixel touch screen, QWERTY keyboard
HTC Advantage X7500
HTC TyTN Operates on 3G/HSDPA/850/900/1800/1900 MHz GSM network, 240 × 320 pixel touch screen, QWERTY keyboard
Motorola MPx220 (selected models only), Operates on 850/900/1800/1900 MHz GSM network, 176 × 220 pixel screen
Nokia 6810 Operates on 900/1800/1900 MHz GSM network, 128 × 128 pixel screen
Nokia 6820 Operates on 900/1800/1900 MHz GSM network, American variant on 850/1800/1900 GSM network, 128 × 128 pixel screen
Nokia 9300 Operates on 900/1800/1900 MHz GSM network, 128 × 128 and 640 × 200 pixel screen
Nokia 9300i Operates on 900/1800/1900 MHz GSM network, 128 × 128 and 640 × 200 pixel screen
Nokia 9500 Operates on 900/1800/1900 MHz GSM network, 128 × 128 and 640 × 200 pixel screen
All
Nokia E-Series phones
Qtek 9100 Operates on 850/900/1800/1900 MHz GSM network, 240 × 320 pixel touch screen and QWERTY keyboard
Qtek 9000 Operates on 3G-UMTS/850/900/1800/1900 MHz GSM network, 640 × 480 pixel touch screen, QWERTY keyboard
Samsung t719 Operates on 850/900/1800/1900 MHz GSM network, 176 × 220 pixel screen
Siemens SK65, Operates on 900/1800/1900 MHz GSM network, 132 × 176 pixel screen
Sony Ericsson P910 Operates on 900/1800/1900 MHz GSM network, American and Chinese variants on 850/1800/1900, 208 × 320 pixel screen
Sony Ericsson P990
Sony Ericsson M600i
Sony Ericsson P1

Sunday, January 25, 2009

BlackBerry Pearl 8100 review

The new Blackberry Pearl is a superb smartphone that comes packed with an array of features and looks more like an average mobile than an email device. It is simple to use thanks to its trackball key and incorporates all the intelligent features of the original Blackberry.

Blackberry has managed to keep the handset slim, with a depth of just 0.57” and weight of 88g. The handset’s small form and chrome and black finish mark a departure in style for the usually businesslike brand and make it a pleasure to hold and use.

The screen is a tad too small to read big emails on but is still clear and sharp. The front fascia lacks the usual QWERTY keyboard found on most Blackberries and instead uses a 20-key SureType keyboard, which isn’t quite as efficient to use for texts and emails as the QWERTY.

Beneath its sleek exterior the Blackberry Pearl 8100 is a quad-band GSM/GPRS and EDGE-enabled, but lacks 3G. However, this smart handset more than makes up for it with Bluetooth connectivity, a loudspeaker, voice activating calling, and technology which makes it clever enough to sense when to adjust the background lighting for when indoors or outdoors.

The Pearl also includes a web browser with ultra fast download speeds, while its Blackberry interface is a dream to use. There’s also the inclusion of a music player and a 1.3 megapixel camera on the rear of the phone with its built-in flash and 5x digital zoom, highlighting the more consumer-appeal angle Blackberry have taken with the Pearl.

The Pearl 8100 is the first BlackBerry to sport a memory card slot, with a 64MB miniSD card included. You can, of course, invest in larger capacity cards.

Last but not least the Pearl features push-email (as with all Blackberry’s), which means mail is automatically delivered to your device as it's sent, without you having to attempt to retrieve it. The BlackBerry Pearl 8100 supports a wide variety of email accounts including ISP email using POP3 and IMAP4, the latest versions of Microsoft Outlook and Exchange, and enhanced access and features for Yahoo! and Gmail accounts, plus access to Yahoo! and BlackBerry instant messaging facilities.

All these added features help the Pearl to become one of the best looking and powerful personal organisers on the market – a truly great smartphone.

spefication :

Size: 104.5 x 51.3 x 13.8 mm
Weight: 89.5g
Memory: 64 MB
Display: TFT, 64K colours, 240 x 260 pixels
Browser: N/A
Time: 3:30 hours
Stand-by: 360 hours
Camera: 2 MP
Bluetooth: Yes
Infrared: No

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Raiser card for PCI 32 bit

This is raiser card for PCI 32 bit , new and working .

Price : $10 FOB jakarta