Mobile phone- PC data synchronization

Written by Daniil V Voronov

Mobile Navigator is a worldwide known synchronization tool for your Siemens/Ericsson mobile phone and PC. We celebrated our new generation software by supporting Siemens S55/56/57 first! Great mobile deserves great software..So here it comes with revolutionary new plugins system that provides different functional extentions for application.

It's like your own contacts database that has handy W-RW device. You can operate as much information as your HDD provides - your mobile phone will keep only important information and collect updates every day with you.

No data leaks from your mobile are fatal - you always have archive information on your PC! No efforts to operate phone data - "one click" operations via MN quick navigation are much more comfortable!

New Cars - New Technology

Written by Rudy Hiebert

Exciting Future Of Automobiles

New technologies will improve fuel efficiency, increase safety, aid navigation and repair.

Bend Bohn, ofrepparttar German auto components company, Robert Bosch Corporation, recently predicted that internal combustion engines will continue to dominaterepparttar 133532 automotive market well intorepparttar 133533 21st Century. Automotive manufacturers have invested considerable time and effort in attempt to improve fuel efficiency in these engines, and they have been successful. In factrepparttar 133534 U.S.A. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), estimates engines have become 30 percent more fuel-efficient overrepparttar 133535 past 15 years than previously. Howeverrepparttar 133536 gains have been offset byrepparttar 133537 introduction of increasingly bigger and more powerful engines. The average engine inrepparttar 133538 present industry is 63 percent more powerful than 20 years ago.

John Heywood, Director ofrepparttar 133539 Sloan Automotive Laboratory at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, estimates new technology will reduce fuel consumption by a third by 2020 and a half by 2030. Gasoline-electric hybrid vehicles and modern diesel engines are significantly more fuel efficient than their gasoline counterparts, but new technology in gasoline engines is also expected to reduce fuel consumption.

Next year, General Motors will begin introducing “displacement on demand” technology in their engines, reducing fuel consumption by eight percent by using only half their cylinders during most normal driving. GM predicts another 7 to 11 percent in fuel savings can be achieved through use of continuously variable automatic transmissions.

More advanced variable valve controls, already inrepparttar 133540 works at BMW, are expected to further increase fuel savings, while Bosch has recently developed it Direct-Start system. The system allowsrepparttar 133541 engine to shut off while idling, but it instantly restarts as soon asrepparttar 133542 driver touchesrepparttar 133543 gas pedal, ignitingrepparttar 133544 combustion mixture inrepparttar 133545 fuel injections system without engagingrepparttar 133546 starter motor. Bosch predicts fuel savings of 5 percent withrepparttar 133547 Direct-Start system.

New and exciting automotive technology goes far beyond fuel economy improvements. “’I’ve been involved [with auto research] for more than 30 years, and there’s more action and more promise for improvement now than I’ve ever seen,” says Heywood.

New technology expected to hitrepparttar 133548 marketplace withinrepparttar 133549 next decade:

1) Active safety systems will include radar and cameras that watch for danger. “We’ve put airbags just about every place you can.” Says Toyota Product-planning Manager, John Weiner, “Withinrepparttar 133550 next five yearsrepparttar 133551 car will use algorithms to anticipate hazards and intervene or warnrepparttar 133552 driver.

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