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Portable Hybrid Solar Charger for Blackberry, iPhone, Nokia

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Portable Hybrid Solar Charger This little Solar Charger is powerful enough to charge all of your handheld electronic products using the power of the sun. The S-ZWT is a hybrid charger because it can accept power from a USB power source or the Sun storing this energy within internal rechargeable battery. Provides emergency power for your mobile gadgets anywhere you go. * Provides an emergency power source when away from power outlets * Interchangeable power tips allow you to power multiple gadgets with a single charger ( tips for most products included in pack) Solar Panels have charge and maintain the built-in 2000 mah Lithium ion battery inside.

Source:  Golden Gadgets

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Open your Mercedes with your iphone mbrace app

hughesmercedesdoorlock  Open your Mercedes with your iphone mbrace app

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Hughes Telematics recently announced its partnership with Mercedes-Benz on the automaker’s new line of “mbrace” mobile telematics solutions. The system, which connects mbrace-equipped vehicles with an app installed on the user’s Apple iPhone or RIM Blackberry, allows people to lock and unlock their doors, contact roadside assistance, get in touch with a local dealer or find their vehicle in a crowded parking lot. It’s a relatively trick technology that we spent some time with at the LA Auto Show, and there’s plenty of potential on the horizon.
Although the functionality is pretty basic so far, it’s seamlessly integrated with the vehicle and covers the most essential elements of telematics setup.

The user logs in and enters a pin (required every time you use the app for security and safety reasons) and then can choose between three tabs:

  • Vehicle: Lock and unlock doors, vehicle location and assistance
  • Dealer: Contact a local dealer or find one nearby
  • Account: Manage your account with M-B, make payments, etc.

The interface on the iPhone is decidedly more sexy than the Blackberry – no surprise considering the age of RIM’s OS – but both systems work as advertised and the potential for expansion is easy to envision.

Hughes representatives hinted at the possibility of diagnostic, maintenance reminders and a summary of daily driving information (mpg, fuel efficiency, miles traveled, etc.), along with integration with the vehicle’s navigation system to find preferred routes to and from a location based on traffic conditions. Nothing revolutionary, but that’s not what it’s about – it’s about integration. The rest will flow as the systems get more complex and assimilated into the vehicle’s internal systems. Naturally, there’s plenty of talk about lifestyle applications, covering music, messaging, note-taking and other seemingly simple programs currently available on most smartphones.

Source:  Auto Blog

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