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September 12, 2012
September 12, 2012
September 03, 2012
Our remote uses the latest available microphone technology out there. It’s a digital, active surface-mounted MEMS silicon microphone that removes GSM/TDMA burst noise and provides wide-band RF noise suppression. This means it has the best performance on the market and we also have it in our newly developed remote control, of course. The MEMS microphone also works in 360 degrees meaning it will effectively pick up your speech in any position.
Play or pause a song or video
Press the center button once to play or pause a song or video.
Press it again to resume playback.
Skip to the next song or chapter
Press the center button twice quickly to skip to
the next song or chapter.
Press the center button twice quickly and hold it
down to fast-forward.
Go to the previous song or chapter
Press the center button three times quickly to
go to the previous song or chapter.
Press the center button three times quickly
and hold it to rewind.
Answer or end a call
Press the center button once to answer a call.
Press it again to end the call.
Decline an incoming call
Hold down the center button for about two seconds, then let it go.
When you let it go, two low beeps will confirm that you have
declined the call.
Switch to an incoming or on-hold call and put the current call on hold
Press the center button once to put a call on hold and switch to an
incoming call. Press it again to switch back to the first call.
Switch to an incoming or on-hold call and end the current call
Hold down the center button for about two seconds, then let it go to
end the current call and switch to an incoming or on-hold call.
When you let it go, two low beeps confirm that you ended the first call.
Press the top button to increase the volume.
Press the bottom button to decrease the volume.
Starting voice control
Hold down the phone’s home button or the middle button on your headset until the voice control feature comes up on screen and you hear a beep. This should take about 2 seconds.
Phone commands (iPhone only)
Call a contact
Say "Call" or "Dial" plus the person’s name or nickname as entered into your address book. You also have the option to add the phone number type at the end, such as "home," "work" or "cell phone." Example: "Dial Harry Winters work" or "Call Mom."
Call a number
Say "Call" or "Dial" plus the number, just as you would recite it usually. Example: "Dial 08 12 20 19 00.″
Make a correction
Say "Not that one," "Wrong," "Nope," "No" or "Not that."
Music Commands (iPhone and iPod Touch)
To start playback, say "Play" or "Play music."
Play from a specific playlist
To play from a specific playlist, say "Play playlist" and the name of the playlist. Example: "Play playlist December."
Play from a specific album
To play songs from a specific album, say "Play album" plus the name of the album. Example: "Play album Dark Side of the Moon."
Play from a specific artist
To play songs from a specific artist, say "Play artist" plus the name of the artist. Example: "Play artist Pink Floyd." You can also say "play songs by" plus the name of the artist.
To pause playback, say "Pause" or "Pause music."
Skip to next song
To skip to the next song, say "Next song."
Go back to previous song
To go back to the previous song, say "Previous song."
Shuffle the current playlist
To shuffle the current playlist, just say "Shuffle."
Turn on Genius feature
To turn on the Genius feature, say "Genius," "play more like this" or "play more songs like this."
Get information about the current track
To get information on the current track ask "What’s playing?" For more specific information, ask "What song is this?", "Who sings this song?" or "Who is this song by?"
Misc Commands (iPhone and iPod Touch)
Ask the time
To find out the time, ask "What is the time?" or "What time is it?"
Cancel voice control
To cancel voice control, simply say "Cancel." With iOS 4 you can also say "Stop."
To get help, say "Help."
March 22, 2012
Now available for Android!
As you have probably noticed, we have a new product AirStash A02. Some people have been waiting for it as long as a two years since it first was announced. But its here now, and we are posting everything you will ever need to know about it.
Product Reviews and ad spots:
Review from All Things D http://allthingsd.com/20120208/for-ipad-and-mobile-devices-a-port-out-of-the-norm/ and video:
Spot from SGW company:
You can get native iOS app here.
Facebook page for support and questions: facebook.com/airstash
News Blog: http://news.airstash.com/
August 15, 2012
We got to review the iKlear Travel Singles. They are an excellent solution for cleaning, protecting, and preserving your Laptops, Desktops, Cell Phones, PDA's, GPS Navigational Systems and more, at home or while traveling. Check out the video below !
August 14, 2012
FrugalDad.com’s ‘The Peoples Tech Revolution’ infographic is a comprehensive look at an issue facing journalism as a whole, but especially photojournalists, as the rise of “citizen journalism” and high-tech camera phones threaten to make their jobs obsolete. The guide breaks down the iPhone 4S 8 megapixel camera and its role in killing the sales of traditional digital cameras and the industry of photojournalism.
The Peoples Tech Revolution infographic breaks down the current state of the endangered industry. CNN laid off 12 of its full-time photojournalists as recently as November 2011. FrugalDad.com also provides great examples of when the perspective of the citizen provides a more raw photograph, even if it is taken on a cell phone. The Egyptian revolution in 2011 flourished on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube, and at times forced the news media to go to those services to get in touch with those on the scene.
August 13, 2012
We got to review on Klear Screen's Starter Kit. It's a great cleaning solution for your desktops, laptops, mobile phones, PDA's, MP3 players and more. Check out the video below.
August 06, 2012
The ‘Online Colleges’ Internet infographic looks at the increase in the use of bandwidth caused by students’ mobile devices.
This seems to be a rising problem for college campuses, as many students not only bring a cell phone to school, but tote iPads, laptops and even game consoles as well. In fact, 41 percent of students have three or more devices hooked to the Internet at one time, and 71 percent of those students have indicated that the overload has impacted their networks and reduced surfing speed.
Tablets consume about 89.5 percent of bandwidth, while smart-phones eat up 85.6 percent, followed by iPods at 76.4 percent. As technology continues to advance, people will continue to purchase more and more devices. One can only hope that with time, methods of Internet access will also improve to accommodate the large demand.
August 04, 2012
In this Mobile Payment Infographic, you can learn why the fears and anxieties of Americans are out of place. The chart was created by the online small business news and resources Intuit, which believes that America is lagging behind on the times globally due to the lack of mobile payment options. The chart presents six myths that are preventing Americans from ubiquitously adopting mobile payments and dispels them to show how mobile payment is making the lives of consumers and business owners easier.
Many of the fears Americans have about mobile payments revolve around security, fees and the complexity of setting it up. However, with over half of Americans using smartphones it is only a matter of time before people begin to embrace this new mode of payment.
Romina S. Cortellucci
August 01, 2012
This your phone company is watching keynote asks users if they know what information their data phone company knows about them. The European project of data retention has given Internet service providers and mobile phone companies the right to store data about their customers from six months to two years.
In a world where millions of people have cell phones, these phone companies track text messages, e-mails and every phone call individuals make. To better understand the power these companies have, Malte Spitz decided to find out exactly what his phone company knew about him.
After his mobile service provider was unresponsive, Malte started a lawsuit against the company, and he ended with a settlement that came in the form of a CD. This CD held 35,000 records of information detailing the previous six months of his life. Your phone company is watching keynote shares the data Malte’s phone company stored about his life, and he proves that these stored records invade personal privacy.
July 30, 2012
The London 2012 Olympics has launched three different apps, but this one gets the gold! If you want to stay in the know, you want to down load this app. This app not only provides LIVE action for all 36 sports for the 2012 Olympics but it will also provide updates to the 21 sports for the 2012 Paralympics. Do you want to know who’s competing when? Check out the calendar schedules. Want to know who won what medal? Check out the medal table. Want to know who’s who? Check out the athlete profiles. Don’t really care about anybody else but your favorite county? Easy, check out the “My Games” section follow any participating country and receive news and updates tailored to your needs. Check out the London 2012 Results App. GO USA !