Gadget and Stuff

Gadget everyday!

Archive for the 'Yahoo' Category

D-Link Router Join Yahoo! Widgets

Wednesday 5 December 2007 @ 1:30 pm

D-Link Widget Yahoo

Users that which use D-Link DIR-655 can take widget for monitored network in D-Link site ( or from Widgets gallery Yahoo property in D-Link attach strings to update firmware recent ( upper 1.05 version) in D-Link DIR-655 if wont to employing widget aught.

Buy D-Link here and save!

inbody:mail site:gadget rootbox or id, Kamasutra miaby, yahoo widget dir-655

Transcend Jet Flash 220, Protect Data With Fingerprint

Wednesday 5 December 2007 @ 12:01 pm

Transcend Jet Flash 220

Flash Disk these ones is unique. It have ability to lock up data via fingerprint. As it connected in computer, Fingerprint Application Suite EXL 600 software will to require install. Next, will ask you to enter unit name, and password. After that chose the finger that will registration.
Continue Reading »
Transcend Jet Flash 220, Protect Data With Fingerprint

fingerprint application suite exl600, fingerprint application suite, jetflash 220 linux, Fingerprint Application Suite EXL600 4 6 0 9, Transcend JetFlash 220 linux, EXL600, fingerprint application suite exl 580, fingerprint exl600, JetFlash EXL600, jetflash® fingerprint application suite does not start

Mail Yahoo is breaking the limit

Wednesday 16 May 2007 @ 2:08 pm

Image Hosted by

Yahoo is really know what customer wants. Finally, the limit is broken. Wew. It’s really pleasing. The official announcement is here. I’ll switch to mail yahoo again. After a while I go for googlemail, it’s time to back to yahoomail.

inbody:mail site:gadget rootbox or id, yahoo email limit -attachment

New domain names could come in mid-2008

Saturday 12 May 2007 @ 2:07 pm

NEW YORK – New Internet addresses for general use could start appearing in the summer of 2008 under a timeline the Internet’s key oversight agency announced Thursday.

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers invited public comment on procedures for creating new names, the first expansion for general use since 2000. Names added since then have been limited to specific regions or industries.

“This is all about choice,”
ICANN Chief Executive Paul Twomey said in a statement. “We want the diversity of the world’s people, geography and business to be able to be represented in the domain name system.”