Archive for April, 2009
With ‘Trixie Tracker’ iPhone app users can track naps, breastfeeding, medicines, diapers, and feeding schedules for up to three children. Accounts may be added for up to five additional users.
The ‘Trixie Tracker’ software will also work with any web-enabled mobile device or in a standard web browser, so the information can be easily shared with family, childcare-givers and medical professionals.
There are sharing and viewing features, as well as a feature that allows users to compare data with other ‘Trixie Tracker’ babies. You can fins a free 14-day trial is available on the ‘Trixie Tracker’ website.
This was bound to happend and this happend during the first quarter of 2009. I mean the discovering by F-Secure the first ever SMS virus.
Finnish anti-malware firm F-Secure is predicting that SMS-generated mobile spam will be a major problem in the future. Describing the SymbOS/Yxe worm as the most significant threat to emerge over the period they predict that the problem of SMS viruses can become one of the most danger and widely spread viruses in the close future.
The worm spreads by sending an SMS promising a ‘sexy view’, with links to a malicious site prompting the user to download the malware. It will then use the victim’s contact list to spread.
“Sexy View is the first text message worm ever. It’s also the first mobile phone worm that circumvents the signature checks that are meant to secure the latest smartphones,” said F-Secure chief research officer Mikko Hypponen.
“And the motive behind it seems to be to collect information for mobile phone spamming purposes. Mobile phone spam is already a big problem in some parts of the world, and eventually it will be an issue everywhere.”
The iAcqua iPhone DockAn interactive tabletop computer suiting to any flat surfaceappear and allowing a user to insert the iPhone into the center slot just like a faucet handle has appeared. There is a touch screen, speakers and a projector which allows photos, songs and movies to be projected out from the iPhone onto the workspace.
So, now you can get fun playing around with the magic iAcqua iPhone Dock turning up the faucet (iPhone actually) and the icon images spill onto the floor via the projector fitted in the stand and that’s really funny!. Besides that you can the stand a bit to spill the images to a particular spot and view larger picture by your wish.