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Posted by Dresonic on June 11, 2008

What can I say but totally, RIMarkable…


  • Family will include HSDPA and EV-DO versions (including an AWS-capable 1700MHz version).
  • 480 x 320 display
  • 625MHz CPU, 1GB internal flash memory
  • 802.11a/b/g, Bluetooth 2.0 (with A2Dp), GPS, MicroSDHC
  • 480 x 320 video recording, photo geotagging
  • 4.5 x 2.6 x 0.55-inches, 4.7 ounces

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New CD from Versatyle “Ghetto Soldier” is out Get It Now Via Bit Torrent!!!

Posted by Dresonic on May 11, 2008

Front Cover Ghetto Soldier AlbumBack Cover Ghetto Soldier Cd

Ghetto Soldier is Versatyle’s newest creation. The Album features hit singles such as “Crazy feat Price & Jiggy”- “African Princess” – “High Grade” – “Ghetto Soldaz” – “I Miss You feat. Japanese sensation RuRu” and many more. The Album has twenty tracks. Get it while you can freely Via bittorent. Versatyle is making his CD exclusively available to Dresonic.wordpress.com so sonic readers grab it. Dresonic is working on a direct download but still no success with that yet.

Dresonic hopes to get an exclusive interview with Versatyle we will have that up as soon as possible for the sonic readers. Give some feed back…

How To Get It: Follow link and download the torrent file (Versatyle Ghetto_Soldier_Album + Bonus Photos) and then use your favorite bittorent client Utorrent ( get it at Utorrent.com) and then you are down.

About Versatyle : Verastyle is a new upcoming Independent Jamaican Artiste making his way throught the music with his unique flavor appealing to many different people across the world. His Versatility is shown in his songs. This CD was totally written by Versatyle base on his life’s experiences.

Contact Versatyle : myspace.com/therealversatyle

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Stop Thief…!!! Wait He’s all the way in France…Damn There goes my card…!!!

Posted by Dresonic on September 19, 2007

Recently I was checking my email just as I normally would, then the little angel on my shoulder said hey check your “SPAM MAIL”. I then said ok lets see, to my surprise!!! I saw an email from my bank stating that someone was trying to break into my account and they needed verification. They demanded that I click the link below and enter my “Username and My Password”. Now if you have not learnt anything about the web learn this: DO NOT CLICK ON LINKS IN YOUR EMAIL, ESPECIALLY WHEN ITS IN SPAM MAIL. Now I knew that it was spam and I’m used to the funny business so first I right clicked and copy the link and pasted it in my browser. The link took me to an identical site looking like my bank’s site. So I opened another tab and in my browser ( Firefox) and entered my bank’s address and wuallah it was almost like it was the same site the differences only being some wording. Being the slick investigator I am I did some IP tacking and I found out that the guy or organization that was trying to get my credentials was located in France, Oh well I guess they’ve been watching too much pink panther. Now please I’m asking you to be careful of phishing scams they will get your digital money. Well that’s my weekend experience stay tuned for more exciting spam mail stories.    

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3D MAIL!?!

Posted by Dresonic on July 19, 2007

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Watch Free Television From Your Computer….Its True!!!

Posted by Dresonic on May 23, 2007

Have you ever thought of doing something with out paying for it…??? Well of course you do, you’re only from earth where life is hard and there is a short on money!!! Well dresonic got you covered. I have used crappy services in the past to try and bypass the inevitable which is of course watching TV in the hall or on my brand new iphone…ok maybe I went over board with the iphone thing but point being I wanted a way to stop watching TV on TV on start watching in the leisure of my comfy chair. Enough pussyfooting around let mi get to the point.

For Free TV try  TVU its a free download which is one of the better ones i’ve seen. Channels include SPike TV, COmedy CEntral, SCI-FI and Nickalonean to name a few.

For TV on demand get JOOST which is almost open to the public and is also a free download. You will need an invite, you can email me if you need one im giving them away for free.

For the JAMAICANS who want to watch TVJ and CVM TV email me and I will send a link to you.

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Comcast CEO shows off super quick modem

Posted by Dresonic on May 9, 2007

The cost of modems that would support the technology, called “channel bonding,” is “not that dissimilar to modems today,” he told The Associated Press after a demonstration at The Cable Show. It could be available “within less than a couple years,” he said.

The new cable technology is crucial because the industry is competing with a speedy new offering called FiOS, a TV and Internet service that Verizon Communications Inc. is selling over a new fiber-optic network. The top speed currently available through FiOS is 50 megabits per second, but the network is already capable of providing 100 Mbps and the fiber lines offer nearly unlimited potential.

The technology, called DOCSIS 3.0, was developed by the cable industry’s research arm, Cable Television Laboratories. It bonds together four cable lines but is capable of allowing much more capacity. The laboratory said last month it expected manufacturers to begin submitting modems for certification under the standard by the end of the year.

In the presentation, ARRIS Group Inc. chief executive Robert Stanzione downloaded a 30-second, 300-megabyte television commercial in a few seconds and watched it long before a standard modem worked through an estimated download time of 16 minutes.

Stanzione also downloaded the 32-volume Encyclopaedia Britannica 2007 and Merriam-Webster’s visual dictionary in under four minutes, when it would have taken a standard modem three hours and 12 minutes.

“If you look at what just happened, 55 million words, 100,000 articles, more than 22,000 pictures, maps and more than 400 video clips,” Roberts said. “The same download on dial-up would have taken two weeks.”

Other cable industry executives, including Time Warner Inc. Chief Executive Richard Parsons, News Corp. President Peter Chernin and Viacom Inc. Chief Executive Philippe Dauman, cheered the demonstration during a panel afterward.

Brian Dietz, spokesman for the conference host, the National Cable and Telecommunications Association, said the demonstration was the key technological advance showcased at the conference.

“It’s an exponential step forward and we’re very excited,” Roberts said. “What consumers actually do with all this speed is up to the imagination of the entrepreneurs of tomorrow.”

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Mix up your photos with Mixercast

Posted by Dresonic on April 21, 2007

Mixercast is a web based application currently in alpha that allows you to take video, photos, and sound off of your computer or websites like YouTube and Flickr and create embeddable players to display them.

Creating your Mizercast is done much like creating a DVD in iDVD. You upload images into the designer and then drag and drop them where you want them to be in your MIxercast. There are tons of pre-made templates to choose from with places built-in for your media to be added. For advanced users theres a deisgner option taht gives you a little more control over your Mixercast deisgn than you get with a typical template.

The site will currently allow you to upload off of your computer, download pictures from a stock photo site, and record a video with your webcam, as well as upload video from from YouTube, MySpace, and Flickr with support for others like Facebook, Shutterfly, and eBay on the way.

Once you’re done creating your Mixercast you can email it to friends, post it directly to your MySpace Blogger or Meebo page, or take the embed code and embed it on your own webpage. If you have a lot of images to share this is a fun and easy way to do it.

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Google enters the video conferencing market

Posted by Dresonic on April 21, 2007


Google has purchased Swedish video conferencing company Marratech, possibly with the goal of adding a video conferencing application to Google Pack or Google Apps.

Unlike several competing video conferencing applications, Marratech requires a desktop download. Clients are available for PC and Mac users. This would hardly be the first desktop application from Google, which already offers the Google Desktop search program and the Picasa picture organizing software.

But it would also be interesting to see Google tie video conferencing into its online office suite, allowing users to discuss documents, spreadsheets, and presentations all from a single web-based interface.

No word on when Google will launch its video conferencing application or how much it will resemble Marratech’s current offering.

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Windows Live Spaces gets a facelift

Posted by Dresonic on April 21, 2007

Windows Live Spaces launched some new features yesterday turning the site into more of a social networking site than the pure blogging/homepage site it once was.

The newness starts with a new homepage design that keeps you up-to-date with changes in your friends pages. In addition to the basic homepage changes users can now send personal messages back and forth as well as add a guest book to their page that allows other users to leave photos and videos as comments.

For those who want to add a little more flair to their Live Space the site has added more customizable options for pages allowing you to incorporate personal photos into your page design or choose from built-in templates. Photo albums also received a slight upgrade; allowing you to view all of your photo albums on the same page.

Microsoft is getting serious about Web 2.0, and only 2 full years behind the rest of the world. Way to go Redmond!

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