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Motorola handphone – More options, less hassle

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Motorola handphone – More options, less hassle

Motorola Handphone, CHOICE is what the MotoSurf A3100 offers when it comes to how users interact with this sleek Motorola smartphone designed for both personal and professional communications.

The touch tablet device has a 2.8-inch TFT touch-screen that allows the user to input text and select menus by either using the stylus provided, roller ball navigation or simply a touch of a finger through flicking and rolling gestures.

It also features handwriting recognition technology, which means any text written by the user with the stylus will automatically correspond and select the appropriate letters with the written text.

Also featured on the quad-band GSM device are 3G support, integrated Wi-Fi, a three-megapixel camera with a secondary VGA shooter, Google Maps, Bluetooth, messaging and e-mail, a media player and video conferencing capability.

Layered on top of the Windows Mobile 6.1 software, the phone’s home screen is customisable.You can select the icons to show whatever you need regularly, be they updates on local weather, Really Simple Syndication feeds, news, personal and work e-mail, messaging or calendar events.

Toggling back and forth between documents while on the go, listening to MP3 files, video conferencing on the run, updating your Facebook status, or using a GPS to navigate from point A to B – all are reasonably easy with the MotoSurf.

With Windows, the phone allows PC-like browsing with Internet Explorer or Opera. With Windows Media Player, you can transfer music, videos and images from a PC with ease as well as stream videos from YouTube anytime, anywhere.

Motorola Malaysia offers two extra applications: SongID and ShoZu. These applications are uploaded onto a one-gigabyte Micro Secure Digital card so it can be conveniently and quickly installed onto the device.

SongID recognises and displays tune information while ShoZu allows you to easily share the photos you’ve captured on your phone with your chosen online networks. Motorola says with ShoZu, you can send photos and videos to over 50 Web sites, including social networking sites, blogs, photo and news sites, and even e-mail addresses.

You can expect up to six hours of talk time on the MotoSurf and up to 288 hours standby with a full charge of the phone’s battery. At 110 millimetres by 60mm by 14mm and weighing 119 grams, the device can be stored and used with ease and not weigh you down. Go online to see the MotoSurf in action.

Product: MotoSurf A3100
Manufacturer: Motorola
Enquiries: Brightstar Distribution Sdn Bhd (03 21427878) or visit www.motorola.com/my or http://mediacenter.motorola.com
Price: RM1,999

SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions: 110mm by 60mm by 14mm
Weight: 119g
Display: 2.8-inch, QVGA with resistive touch panel
Camera: Three megapixels with auto-focus, secondary VGA camera
Internal memory: 256MB flash, 128MB RAM
External memory: MicroSD up to 32GB
Standard battery: 1,170mAh
GSM talk time: Up to 6.8 hours
WCDMA talk time: Up to 5.4 hours
GSM standby time: Up to 12.4 days
WCDMA standby time: Up to 16 days
Messaging: SMS, MMS, IM, e-mail (Microsoft Outlook Exchange), Gmail, support for POP3 and IMAP4-based personal e-mail
Connectivity: Bluetooth, USB, internal GPS antenna, Wi-Fi
Internet features: Opera 9.5 full HTML Web browser
RF band: Quad-band GSM, EDGE/GPRS 12/12, tri-band HSDPA 850/1,900/2,100MHz
Other features: Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional, MP3 player, FM radio, voice recorder, organiser tools, card reader, stylus, handwriting recognition

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Iran’s opposition asks to mourn iconic victim

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Iran’s opposition asks to mourn iconic victim

Iran’s opposition leader asked authorities Sunday for permission to hold a memorial service for victims of last month’s post-election unrest, including a young woman whose death was caught on video and became a symbol for protesters.

Iranian authorities have pressured the families of slain protesters not to mourn publicly out of fear the gatherings could spark the kind of demonstrations that followed the June 12 presidential vote, according to the opposition.

Opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi and fellow pro-reform presidential candidate, Mahdi Karroubi, sent a request to the Interior Ministry to hold a memorial service in Tehran’s Mosalla mosque Thursday to commemorate the end of the 40-day mourning cycle for at least 10 people killed on June 20, Mousavi’s top aide Ali Reza Beheshti told the Associated Press.

Hundreds of thousands of Mousavi supporters took to the streets following the election to protest hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s disputed victory. Iranian security forces cracked down violently, and at least 20 protesters were killed during the unrest, according to police. Rights groups believe the number could be far greater.

Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who has final say over all state matters, has demanded the opposition drop its claims that the election was marred by massive vote fraud. But Mousavi and his supporters have kept up the pressure by criticizing the state’s harsh response and reaching out to top clerics for support.

One of those killed on June 20 was Neda Agha Soltan, a 27-year-old woman shot to death on the sidelines of a Tehran demonstration. Her dying moments on the street were caught on a video viewed by millions on YouTube, and she became an icon in the opposition’s struggle.

Mousavi and Karroubi attempted to assuage concerns that the requested memorial would spark additional unrest, saying it “will be held without any speeches and will be limited to the reciting of the Quran (the Muslim holy book) and moments of silence.”

The government’s concern about unrest has historical precedence. The deaths of protesters during the 1979 Islamic Revolution fueled a 40-day cycle of mourning marches, and shootings of mourners, that contributed to the overthrow of the U.S.-backed dictator, Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi.

Authorities allowed a close ally of conservative presidential candidate Mohsen Rezaei to hold a funeral in Tehran on Friday for his son, who was arrested during a protest on July 9, the pro-reform norooznews.org Web site reported. He was taken to a hospital two weeks later where he died from his injuries hours after being admitted, it said.

Rouhalmini’s father, Abdul-Hossein, had scheduled to hold a memorial for his son Sunday but canceled the ceremony at the last minute without elaborating, the semi-official Mehr news agency reported. The Etemad-e-Melli newspaper reported earlier Sunday that Mousavi and Karroubi would attend the memorial, possibly raising fears it would turn into a demonstration.

A group of nearly 50 Mousavi supporters showed up at the site of Rouhalmini’s planned memorial Sunday to protest against the government’s crackdown on the opposition, said eyewitnesses, speaking on condition of anonymity for fear of reprisal. Many Iranian policemen were also at the scene, they said.

Dozens of protesters gathered in north Tehran on Saturday and chanted “death to the dictator” and “we want our vote back” before they were attacked and beaten by police and the Basij.

Police arrested “a few” of the protesters after the demonstration, Mehr quoted deputy police chief, Col. Mohsen Khancherli, as saying Sunday.

Witnesses told the AP that Saturday’s demonstration was carried out in solidarity with people around the world who held coordinated protests to pressure Iran to end its violent crackdown on the opposition and release hundreds of people who are still being detained.

Also Saturday, 69 prominent opposition leaders, including Mousavi and Karroubi, appealed to top clerics in the holy city of Qom to help stop the government’s violent post-election crackdown — reaching out to the one group that could go head-to-head with the country’s supreme leader.


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Japan developing cyber weapon: report

TOKYO: Japan has been developing a virus that could track down the source of a cyber attack and neutralise its programme, the daily Yomiuri Shimbun reported Sunday.

The weapon is the culmination of a 179 million yen ($2.3 million) three-year project entrusted by the government to technology maker Fujitsu Ltd to develop a virus and equipment to monitor and analyse attacks, the daily said.

The United States and China are reported to have put so-called cyber weapons into practical use, Yomiuri said.
Japan will have to make legal amendments to use a cyber weapon as it could violate the country’s law against the manufacture of a computer virus, the daily said.
In November a computer system run by about 200 Japanese local governments was struck.
In October, Japan’s parliament came under cyber attack, apparently from the same emails linked to a China-based server that have already hit several lawmakers’ computers.

It was also reported that Japanese computers at embassies and consulates in nine countries were infected with viruses in the summer.

Currently, the virus is being tested in a “closed environment” to examine its applicable patterns. (AFP)

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