There are thousands of alarm applications, but this one is original. If it is suddenly snowing it is smart enough to receive a information for weather conditions and wake you early in order to compensate for your morning snow cleaning activity. Keep your BMI as it is supposed to be
Smart Alarm adjusts your wake up schedule for this snowy day, along with other unfortunate bouts of weather. You set the time that you’d like to wake up at, and it starts polling the local weather services. If it finds that you’re about to get shafted by a barometric shift, it’ll wake you up early to try to compensate.
But I can hardly beleive that there is possibility to compensate for weather like this (Ice Storm over Geneva)
Samsung Electronics has released the AMOLED 12M mobile phone which contains a 12 megapixel camera complete with zoom rocker, shutter button and mode dial. The phone's camera has a 3x optical zoom and includes features seen in recent compact cameras including 720p HD video recording,AF Tracking, Smart Auto and Face Recognition. All other functions are controlled via a WVGA (800×480 pixels, 1,152,000 dots) AMOLED (Active Matrix Organic Light-Emitting Diode) touch screen display. Initiailly only available in the Korean market, the phone/camera is a product of Samsung Electronics, which contains Samsung's mobile phone business. The company is reported to be considering absorbing Samsung's digital camera business – currently a separate company called Samsung Digital Imaging.
Nikon Europe has announced world’s first camera – Coolpix S1000PJ with integrated projector. The ground-breaking Nikon Coolpix S1000PJ is expected to shake up the compact digital camera market as people begin to see the benefits of sharing and viewing pictures and videos using personal projection. The Nikon Coolpix S1000PJ doesn’t just pack a punch with its projector – the compact digital camera delivers high resolution images with 12.1 effective megapixels and a 2.7” wide viewing-angle TFT LCD monitor. With a high ISO 6400 sensitivity and using Nikon’s exclusive image processing concept, Expeed, the camera offers the kind of high quality images you expect from Nikon.
We hope that we will soon see this technology embedded in other devices like PDA phones.