A Guide To 3G On Mobile Phones

Written by Chris Brand

A Guide To 3G On Mobile Phones

3G stands for "3rd generation" technology. It is based on GSM standards and it isrepparttar latest improvement to mobile phone and cellphone capabilities. With it you can have broadband, video and multimedia on your phone. All of this means you can transmit and receive data at faster rates than ever before. It isrepparttar 139680 backbone of allrepparttar 139681 amazing new services thatrepparttar 139682 various mobile operators are trying to entice new users with.

With 3G making video calls is now possible although images can still be jerky and not quite up torepparttar 139683 standard you will be used to with digital video cameras. You can download to your mobile music videos and clips of TV shows, movie trailers and sports action. In general these kinds of services do work well since they aren't strictly interactive and have often been optimised to improve quality.

Downloadable music is now a reality thanks to 3G. High quality MP3 tunes are instantly available and with a large enough memory card on your cell phone you can take your music with you wherever you go.

One ofrepparttar 139684 things which 3G has made possible is an ever expanding range of accessories and features. If is involvesrepparttar 139685 receipt or sending of large data packetsrepparttar 139686 mobile phone manufacturers have taken advantage of this to build into their phones extras that consumers now demand up front. These include megapixel cameras, large screens for display of content, expandable memory cards and smartphone features that turnrepparttar 139687 phone into an all purpose device. The convergence of mobile phones and electronic organizers has been speeded up thanks torepparttar 139688 possibilities delivered by 3G.

Understanding the Different Dish Network DVR Models

Written by Kaitlin Carruth

A Dish Network DVR is a device that records television programs onto a hard disk drive in digital format for later viewing. DVRs giverepparttar freedom for you to record, pause, rewind, and fast forward television shows as you please. However, there are many different models available with different features and capabilities. What exactly arerepparttar 139679 differences between allrepparttar 139680 different models of Dish Network DVRs? Here is a quick and basic overview of some ofrepparttar 139681 different Dish Network DVR models and what they have to offer.

1) DISH Player-DVR 510. The DVR 510 hasrepparttar 139682 standard video on demand services which gives you more control of your viewing. This feature allows you to pause live TV, skip recorded commercials, create instant replays, and much more. It hasrepparttar 139683 ability to fast forward and rewind in four speeds (4x, 15x, 30x, 300x). You can also skip forward up to 30 seconds and skip backward up to 10 seconds. There is a one-touch record management feature andrepparttar 139684 option to userepparttar 139685 manual or automatic record timers. The DVR 510 also gives you easy access torepparttar 139686 Extended Electronic Program Guide that lets you view up to nine days of programming and allows you to search by names, subjects, or actors (all stored ontorepparttar 139687 hard drive). This Dish Network DVR has a 120 GB hard drive integrated intorepparttar 139688 satellite receiver. It hasrepparttar 139689 ability to record up to 100 hours of 100% digital programming.

2) DISH Player-DVR 522. Along with allrepparttar 139690 features thatrepparttar 139691 DVR 510 has,repparttar 139692 DVR 522 has two satellite tuners in one. This dual tuner gives yourepparttar 139693 power to record two programs simultaneously, watch a live program while recording another, or even watch a pre-recorded program while recording two live programs. It also has custom program controls (parental locks, program information, picture-in-guide view, OnDemand Weather, favorite lists, and much more). In addition, this Dish Network DVR comes with 2 platinum plus remotes and had Picture-In-Picture (PIP) capabilities.

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