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One of the interesting software you can install on Nokia N95 is Nokia Sport Tracker.
One GPS is tuned on, the program track you movements, and later you can download them into google earth.
But, if you don’t want to buy a Nokia N95, you can buy a less expensive trackstick II.
It’s a simple USB key with an integrated GPS.
It will track your movements and store them into the builtin storage.
Later you can connect the stick to your PC/Mac and open Google earth to see them.
Some days ago, it was discoverer that playing mp3 on Vista with browsing at the same time will slow down your network.
“Please note that some of what we are seeing is expected behavior, and some of it is not. In certain circumstances Windows Vista will trade off network performance in order to improve multimedia playback. This is by design.”
Design ??? Does XP act in the same way ???
Please…. who in this world could design a modern OS that will slow deliberately the network interface?
I found a video in a blog that explains how to hide files into an image.
Very nice trick.
A leaked video of the new Microsoft iPhone Killer: The ZunePhone
Sometimes there’s no one on the beach to help you launching your kite.
I found a video on kiteforum.tv that explain a way to self launch a kite.
But this method is suggested for bow kite, if may be dangerous for C-Kite.
I will try it as soon I will go on the beach!
For those lucky the own a iPhone, there’s a very good news:
A complete guide for hacking your brand new gadget!!!
More details and a step-by-step guide here.
Another interesting Vista discovery: it looks that playing music will slow network activity of 10%.
Read the full story at Slasdot.
Today Adobe release the H264 support for its Flash Player.
This codec is the one used for High Definition support and is also used by AppleTV, opening it a new world of possibility.
The new BETA release of Adobe Player, versione 9, can be downloaded from Adobe Labs.