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LG Optimus 2X Does 10 Multi-Touch Point Tracking!

Well, it’s been couple days since I’ve picked up an LG Optimus 2X while I was visiting South Korea last week. So far, the Optimus 2X blows any other Android smartphone I’ve tried so far.

While using the Optimus 2X for a couple days, I realized the Optimus 2X had a better, more accurate multi-touch keyboard than any other smartphone I’ve tried so far.


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PhantomAlert Give you “Wings” Above the Law, Cops, and DUI!


Today, I had the pleasure of  talking to Joseph Scott, CEO of PhantomAlert.com over at CJ University Event in Santa Barbara.   What impressed me the most wasn’t his products but his friendliness, I really like friendly people. 🙂  I think when you pitch a product to  bloggers, all you gotta do really is “be a nice guy”, Joseph is a perfect example.  (Thanks again for your friendship, I highly appreciated.)

Anyways, Joseph’s PhantomAlert isn’t just a

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Useful technology, overpriced – OnStar for GM, Chevy vehicles

Here’s a useful technology that I personally have on my car because I couldn’t opt out unless I got the car with it. The news that OnStar could go black for millions of analog subscribers in ’08 tells only one story, that a useful technology that is overpriced might become useless and still overpriced. I am not bagging on GM for having provided one of the first useful technology to track cars, unlock cars, and all the bit-bang features that they have be

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Easy-to-use GPS module for DIYers

Check out Parallax’s GPS module that you can communicate to it using 4800 bps serial TTL and 5V DC power. You can use this for communicating with any microcontroller capable of RS232 communication. We will have to add on to our list of peripherals and DIY ideas on using this module to make a simple GPS tracking device.

The module provides current time, date, latitude, longitude, altitude, s

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