The first-of-its-kind Logitech EasyCall Desktop is a complete solution for Internet calling and navigating the PC. The EasyCall Desktop’s full-duplex speakerphone includes Logitech RightSound Technology, which eliminates echoes for clear headset-free Internet phone calls. The speakerphone acts as the control center for the Internet calling experience, with volume up and down, mute, call pick-up, and call hang-up buttons that make it easy for people to manage Internet calls. The product also comes with a stereo headset that can be plugged into a convenient port on the speakerphone when privacy is important.

A full communications panel on the stylish cordless keyboard provides people with the ability to launch Internet communications applications, easily change their online status, and make and accept calls. Convenient speed-dialing controls offer one-touch calling to friends, family, or co-workers. These easily accessible buttons can be used to store and dial either telephone numbers or IP addresses associated with user names. The product is optimized for use with Internet calling applications, such as Yahoo! Messenger with Voice and AOL’s AIM service in the U.S., and Skype in Europe.

The keyboard also offers one-touch access to applications such as e-mail and a Web browser, and a media panel makes it easy to control digital music in applications such as iTunes and Windows Media Player. The cordless mouse features Logitech’s high-performance laser technology, delivering exceptional precision and control on virtually any surface.

The suggested retail price of the kit is $129.99, Logitech EasyCall Desktop should be available in mid-September.

For more information about Logitech EasyCall Desktop Kit…

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DIFRWEAR’s stylish RFID blocking wallets and passport cases are made of the finest quality leather and are built to last. They contain a layer of RF shielding that prevents RFID readers from reading any passive tags stored within. They have a convenient flap to allow easy “flip” access to RFID cards. To allow RFID devices to be read, simply open the wallet or the passport case and direct it towards the reader.

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The RFID tags in identification cards have been shown to be insecure. Attackers are able to read and copy information stored on these tags to create copies they can use themselves! But with these wallets and passport cases you’ll have the ability to control when, how and by whom your cards are accessed.

The price of the RFID Blocking Wallet is $15 for the black and $16 for the pink and red models, the price of the passport case is $18 for the black and $19 for the red an tan models.

If you are interested in protected yourself by buying RFID blocking waller ot passport case…

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Most phones now have a camera and can run Java, there is no reason that some software couldn’t be written to watch for movement in the camera, and translate that into mouse signals for the PC. Bluetooth could be used to send the data to the PC. So there was the challenge, a java program that took multiple frames from the nokia camera, translated that into direction and speed and sent it to the PC as mouse movements.

The software that is being used is still not available for download!

For more information about the Nokia 6230i Bluetooth Mouse project…

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