Monthly Archives: June 2009

Android Phone take Three

Following the season of new mobile gadgets being released, notably from Apple with their latest iteration of the iPhone, HTC is delivering on it’s new promise, the HTC Hero, according to Wired. The UI is revamped, composed 5 megapixel camera … Continue reading

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iPhone 3G Tethering to be free on Vodafone

While I am not with Vodafone Australia but Optus, and I used to have an iPhone 3G (gave it away), I was brought to the attention of a Macworld article  that announced tethering will be free for Vodafone customers, and … Continue reading

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Tip: How to manually start and stop MySQL on Mac Leopard

If you do not want to use the Preferences Panel to start and stop MySQL, you can do it manually by entering the following: To start SQL: sudo /usr/local/mysql/support-files/mysql.server start To stop SQL: sudo /usr/local/mysql/support-files/mysql.server stop

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iPhone 3Gs is out. Will it outdo the Palm Pre?

Well, the new iPhone 3Gs has been announced by Apple, and no doubt we will see the third round of devouts queue up and camp out in front of the Apple stores worldwide very soon. But after the announcements and … Continue reading

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Flash to come to smart phones

A recent article by the Wall Street Journal Adobe is progressing towards release it’s Flash technology onto mobile smart phones. Whilst 99% of PCs are Flash-compatible, Adobe had been struggling to integrate Flash technology onto it’s mobile counterpart, which would … Continue reading

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FirebugTarget – A Flex Logging Tool I found

Hey folks, I came across this simple Flex logging when I was investigating the latest developments in the logging framework world, for my project at work. While I will do a good review of one of the best logging tools … Continue reading

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