Tuesday, July 17, 2007

The Root Law Group

If you are someone who is looking for an immigration law firm with experience and skill, then Root Law Group is what you want.

Root Law Group is a full-service immigration law firm that is located in Los Angeles, California. The Root Law Group is highly regarded and has had very high approval ratings on all cases dealing with employment-based and family based U.S. visa dilemmas.

The principal attorney at the Root Law Group is James E. Root, and he stands high with 10 years of experience in the area of immigration law! And guess what, with the Root Law Group all office consultations are free! So stop searching for a Immigration attorney/ lawyer los angeles, and call, or e-mail the Root Law Group.

To call the Root Law Group dial 1-888-root-law. For the Root Law Group website visit www.rootlaw.com, or click Immigration attorney/ lawyer los angeles!

Wednesday, June 20, 2007

UDOO by Wirefly

Wirefly if the number one online seller of cell phones and several other related services like accessories, ringtones etc. You can get all the goodies with the click of a mouse, sitting at home!

Wirefly has come up with another exciting service called UDOO.UDOO is a web based application which allows you to build custom avatars and add messages for the avatars to speak. You can then send these avatars to anybody's cell phone or email!

This application allows you to select the characteristics of your avatar like its nose, mouth, body, age, built, etc. It even allows you to add accessories like sunglasses and change hairstyles.

UDOO has several options of avatar characters to choose from,along with some pre-recorded audio clips to attach to your avatars. Apart from this, you can also use your own custom text as audio by using their text-to-speech tool.

Overall, UDOO by Wirefly is a great feature that will be appreciated mostly by teenagers!

Monday, June 11, 2007

Venpar Review

Today Venture Alliance Partners A/S (Venpar) is one of the leading providers of private equity, dedicated to helping entrepreneurs and investors build world-class companies. They have already managed to show excellent results for their clients, which is not surprisingly the core reason behind their list of partners and strong portfolio.
Venture Alliance Partners
With a strong portfolio and continued focus on the venture capital marketplace coupled with strong and trustworthy determination for being an external financial strategist, headhunter, investment banker and corporate therapist for a wide range of different companies in continuous growth, it is no wonder that Venpar has achieved a growing reputation for exceptional return. Visit www.venpar.com to make the most out of your interests.


There are search engines for every thing, it just helps making searching more specific. Here’s a search engine for business that need a buzz – masterseek. Here’s a definition from the original website itself.

"Masterseek’s global search engine provides quick and free access to company profiles, contact information, and descriptions of products and services from more than 45 million companies in 75 countries."

They are quite a number of categories of business to give you a good start into business searching, also not forgetting getting into country specific and look for business partners. To try this business search engine, log on to masterseek now and fill up your profile.

make money with bloggerwave

I'd like to introduce this new site, Bloggerwave, with a reviewme like Ads system.

I sign up on last weekend and submit this Blog as participate blog. It took about 3 days to get approval. So, this is the first opportunity to write something for Bloggerwave.

The Signup steps look simple.

1) Register an account on it.
2) Add up to 5 blogs and wait for approval
3) Take the opportunity to do the review, Buzz or Opinion, and write you own post on your selected blog.
4) Wait for approving.

For Bloggerwave, I still think the price is very low than others.

The price is just based on the topic, not based on your blog. It is not so good.

For me, I'd like to accept a price about $25 per post with 60 words or more. And I also like to doing the review by my testing or experience. I can not say positive because it pay for it.
I just do the review by my own decision.

I feel Bloggerwave can make more improvement in the back-end.

Note: This a paid review.

Saturday, June 9, 2007

Review: Samsung D600

Samsung D600 Review

Phone rating:

The Samsung D600 is an upgraded version of the highly-rated D500 and was voted Handset Of The Year at the Mobile Choice Awards 2005.

The D600 is very similar in appearance to the D500, sharing the same slide-up form, but there are some subtle changes to the design. The phone is thinner, but slightly longer and wider. The keypad layout is basically the same, but with some small styling differences. The D600 is available in a choice of black and grey colours.

The slide-up form factor has proven to be very popular. Like a clamshell, it enables a large screen to be placed within a compact phone design, and it has an advantage over a clamshell in that many of the phone's features are conveniently available on the front face. A gentle push will make the slide mechanism open and close automatically, giving access to the keypad below. This design has now been in use long enough to dispel any initial concerns about its durability.

The Samsung D500 was at the cutting edge of phone technology when it was launched at the end of 2004, but that was nearly a year ago, so what's new in the D600? First of all the camera has been uprated from 1.3 megapixels to 2 megapixels, making the D600 the best camera phone after the Sony Ericsson K750i. The camera can take print-quality images and comes with a powerful 4x digital zoom, an LED flashlight, a choice of shooting modes and an image editor. There is also a high quality (by phone standards) video camera. A useful innovation is a TV-out connection, so you can view your recorded videos directly on a TV! The D600 also supports PicBridge for direct printing of images to compatible printers.

The screen has also been upgraded and enlarged, with a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels, 262k colours and stunning clarity. Again, this puts the D600 well ahead of most competitors, matched only by the the Sharp GX30i and Sony Ericsson S700i.

The phone comes with an MP3 player, which now supports MP3, AAC and AAC+ formats. The MP3 player supports 3D sound technology from stereo loudspeakers. MP3 clips can also be used as ringtones as an alternative to the 64-voice polyphonic MIDI ringtones that come supplied. MP3 ringtones offer the highest quality audio possible.

The phone makes use of the same voice clarity technology used in the D500. The phone automatically senses the volume of the background noise and will increase the volume and clarity of the incoming call to make it more audible. In addition there is an integrated handsfree speakerphone.

The D600 is Samsung's best offering to date when it comes to connectivity. As well as full Bluetooth support for wireless headsets and data transfer, there is support for a USB cable connection to a PC. A Bluetooth stereo headset and Bluetooth car kit are available from Samsung. As mentioned previously, TV Out and PicBridge are also supported. The D600 is also Samsung's first quad-band phone, making it truly a world phone.

The D600 can handle most kinds of messaging, including SMS, EMS, MMS and email. It incorporates a new PicselViewer which enables office documents to be viewed. The formats supported are Excel, Word, Powerpoint and HTML documents. The TV Out feature can be used to display documents on a TV screen if desired.

The memory available is 81 Mbytes - enough to store 60 minutes of video or up to 20 MP3 tracks. In addition the memory can be expanded using a TransFlash™ card, making the storage capacity of the D600 as good as any other phone on the market.

Are there any problems with the D600? Well, nothing major, but some small things that could be improved ... the PC software supplied isn't the most user-friendly, you can't change the default message tones, and there's no option to have vibration and ringtone simultaneously. OK, these are minor quibbles and shouldn't put anyone off buying this amazing phone! You can read the user reviews below for "real world" comments, but what stands out is that there are no major issues with this phone, and it comes quite close to perfection!

In summary, The D600 brings the hugely popular D500 up to date, upgrading its already impressive specification to market-leading standards. The Samsung D600 is as good as any non-3G phone currently available. Whilst it doesn't have the Symbian applications of a Nokia smartphone, nor the auto-focus ability of the Sony Ericsson K750i, it's arguably the best all-round performer and is destined to dominate the mobile market in 2005/2006 just like the D500 did in 2004/2005. The D900 is the replacement for this phone and is highly recommended.

On PAYG the Carphone Warehouse currently have the D600 for £119.95.

Features of the Samsung D600 include:

  • 2 megapixel camera (1600 x 1200 pixels) with flash and digital zoom x4
  • Video recording & messaging (352 x 288 pixels) with video light
  • 262,144 colour TFT LCD display (240 x 320 pixels)
  • Music player (MP3/AAC/AAC+)
  • Java™ games (3 embedded games - Forgotten Warrior, Freekick, ArchAngel)
  • Ringtones: 64-voice polyphonic and MP3
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth™, USB, SyncML, TV output, PicBridge
  • Integrated handsfree speakerphone
  • Messaging : SMS (with learning T9), EMS, MMS
  • E-Mail client (POP3, IMAP4, SMTP) / vCard / vCalendar
  • Wallpaper & screensaver
  • Personal organiser functions
  • Phonebook (max 1000 entries)
  • Caller ID (Text/Photo/Video)
  • Memory: 81 Mbytes + TransFlash™ card
  • WAP 2.0, GPRS class 10
  • Quad Band (GSM 850 + 900 + 1800 + 1900 MHz)
  • Size: 96 x 47 x 21.5 mm
  • Weight: 103g
  • Talktime: up to 7 hours
  • Battery standby: up to 300 hours

Review: Nokia 6233 / Nokia 6234

Nokia 6233 / 6234 Review

Phone rating:

The Nokia 6233 (and its twin, the 6234, exclusive to Vodafone) is a 3G phone with looks very similar to the old 6230i. It's a good-looking phone with an attractive stainless steel finish and a practical design with a good keypad. It's a nice size, and not too heavy for a 3G phone, albeit heavier than most 2G phones. The phone is user-friendly with a new Series 40 interface with an animated 3D menu and graphics. Some things have been updated, but the 6233 still encapsulates the user-friendliness for which Nokia is famous.

The 6233 is a jack-of-all-trades with no outstanding features, but ticking enough boxes to make it appealing to a broad market, much like the old 6230i. It has a decent 2 megapixel camera (no flash unfortunately), a music player that can handle a range of formats and a stereo FM radio. A nice feature is the use of twin speakers to give a 3D surround effect. The sound quality is good, but not as good as when using stereo headphones. The 6233 comes with a 64 Mbyte memory card which is enough to get started, and this can be upgraded to 2 Gbytes if you're serious about storing music on your phone. Bluetooth connectivity is supported, as well as USB and infrared. There's also a good choice of 3D games, including a multiplayer option. Web browsing is fast, thanks to EDGE, and battery life is very good.

The 6233/6234 is a 3G phone designed with mass market appeal. It lacks a video calling function, which is a strange and surprising ommission in a 3G phone. Reception is not always that great - a common problem with 3G phones, but the 6233 seems particularly prone to this, which makes us suspect a hardware/firmware issue, and it's a phone that displays an annoying tendency to freeze, reset or randomly shut down. For these reasons, we cannot really recommend it. A much better phone is the Nokia 6300 (not 3G), or if you want a 3G phone try the Sony Ericsson V630i. The Nokia 6234 is available on PAYG from Vodafone for £117.

Features of the Nokia 6233 include:

  • 2-megapixel camera with 8x digital zoom
  • Display: TFT, 262,144 colours, 320 x 240 pixels
  • Music player (MP3, MP4, eAAC+ and AAC formats)
  • Stereo FM Radio
  • Stereo speakers with 3D sound
  • Polyphonic ringtones and alerts (MP3)
  • Messaging: SMS, MMS 1.2, e-mail (SMTP, POP3, and IMAP4 protocols)
  • Voice memo recorder
  • Voice dialing
  • Caller ID with video
  • 3D Java games with multi-player support (Soccer 3D, Rally 3D and Snake III)
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth, USB, Infrared
  • Integrated Handsfree speakers
  • Push to Talk
  • WAP 2.0, HSCSD, EDGE Class 10 (up to 236.8 kbps)
  • XHTML web browser
  • Memory: 6 Mbytes plus 64MB microSD memory card (expandable to 2 Gbytes)
  • Vibrating alert
  • Triband
  • GSM plus 3G
  • Size: 108 x 46 x 18 mm
  • Weight: 110g
  • Talktime: 4 hours
  • Battery standby: up to 340 hours