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At $225, consider this a "lifetime" investment if you're dead concerned about vanishing into obscurity down the generations. If you opt for the tablet version, you can even personalize the gadget with images that tell a bit about the deceased: bicyclist, artist, guitar player, mail carrier, and so on. This isn't a totally novel idea. The enterprising Japanese have had their own Ishinokoe, or "voice of stone," with commemoration windows that sport Japan's version of a 2D bar code (the QR Code) inside.

The app is available now and is free of charge, although Adobe's free Photoshop.com service has a 2GB limit, which can be expanded with an annual paid storage plan, More pics after the break, New app lets users take and edit photos right on the device, push those shots to their Photoshop.com library, and work all the editing controls with gestures, Adobe Systems on hardshell case for apple iphone xs max - palm trees/clear Friday introduced a new Photoshop app for iPhone users that lets them edit photos from both their phone and their online library on Photoshop.com..

It is possible that these new legal battles--or contract renegotiations in the future--could wind up finding ISPs paying more for their basic telephone access. This could be passed along to users in the form of slightly higher fees, some observers said. But the issue of users paying per-minute access fees is very unlikely, even if today's decision did remove one prop holding up the issue's legal foundation. Any such proposal would meet with bitter opposition at the FCC and in Congress, observers said.

Logitech Harmony 720 now available at Costco, Logitech has quietly begun shipping its latest universal remote control, the Harmony 720, Currently available exclusively at Costco for $180, the 720 is the North American version of the Harmony 785, a European model that Logitech announced at the CeBIT show in March, The Harmony 720 is a step up from the recent entry-level 520, 550, and Xbox 360 models, The new remote shares the same basic flat design as those models (as opposed to the peanut shape hardshell case for apple iphone xs max - palm trees/clear of earlier Harmonys, such as the 880 and 890) but with a new button layout and a more upscale look, Notably, the 720 includes some key features missing on the cheaper models: a color LCD screen and a rechargeable battery with charging cradle, Like all Harmony models, the 720 utilizes activity-based controls (Watch TV, Watch DVD, Listen to Music) and needs to be connected to Windows or Mac via the included USB cable to program via Web-based wizards..

Sony Ericsson kicked off the GSMA World Congress by sneaking in a press conference the day before the show actually began. Held at a cramped but painfully hip studio far off the Barcelona tourist trail, the event included an solidly international audience and some of the most interesting appetizers I've ever seen (squid Catalan style anyone?). But I digress, because I'm sure you just care about the phones. Sony Ericsson's announcements solidly illustrate its GSMA themes of music, imaging, and the Web. First to hit the stage was the Sony Ericsson W980. As a Walkman phone, it offers all the usual music goodies that you'd expect. Besides the music player, you'll also find an FM radio, a music ID application, an FM transmitter, support for Sony Ericsson's PlayNow music download service, and the company's signature "shake control" that allows you to change tracks by shaking the phone back and forth (see our Sony Ericsson W580 review for a full report on that feature).