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iDetect Z101 Twin DECT Conference System

iDetect DECTiDetect has come up with a minute wireless conference system, the Z101 Twin DECT. It has HD sound, a color display with wallpaper, speakerphone, and a phone book that stores up to 100 names and numbers. The system has caller display and a built-in digital answering machine (iTAM.) Expect a talk time of up to 10 hours with 100 hours standby. Due out the end of next month, you can pre-order for the decent price of £69.99 (~$124.00.)

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Panasonic Unveils New Land Lines

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Handhelds, Household, Misc. Tech

Panasonic KX-TG8232When was the last time you even thought of using a landline phone? Panasonic has just released two models to its DECT 6.0 line, the cordless KX-TG8231 and the KX-TG8232. Both offer a handset LCD display including a customizeable caller ID, a built-in alarm clock,  up to 12 hours of talk time, and a 50-station phone book. They feature extended talk time, reduced interference, HAC (hearing aid compatibility,) and an all-digital answering system. The price for the KX-TG8231 is $69.95. The KX-TG8232 comes with two handsets for $99.95.

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Eliminate Learning a Second Language

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Misc. Tech, Transportation

Verbal Translator

It’s about time somebody thought this would be a good idea. Nyrius’ Verbal Translator speaks and displays languages including French, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese, Swedish, Portuguese, Dutch,Turkish, and English. It also has 8 conversational categories with full phrases, and alarm, phone book, world time display, and headphone jack so no one has to know that you are not bi-lingual. Made of plastic, and at a size of 4 x 21 x 1-inches, its MSRP is $69.98.

 

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Cell Phone Numbers Made Public

Intelius logoIntelius, the online people search site for names, addresses, phone numbers, background checks and more is now selling cell phone numbers at $15.00 a pop. The company claims it has 90 million such listings now and will have an additional 70 million in the coming weeks. How many senators and representatives will get constant phone calls before they decide to pass a bill making this illegal? None, we think. Although cell phones are seemingly the last bastion of privacy, it seems more likely that this will go the way of landlines, where you have to pay to be unlisted.

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