Friday, January 22, 2016

The Ultimate Sport's Ear Buds for Active Audiophiles.

KANOA enhances every experience, no matter how routine, through the power of music, giving users the freedom to enjoy the soundtrack to life’s moments with no limitations.

 The most seamless, truly wireless music and athletic experience.

True Wireless

We wanted to give you the most seamless music experience, so we cut the cords completely. That’s right, our earphones are completely wireless. Control KANOA with any Bluetooth 3.0-4.0 device from up to 33ft away!

Unmatched ErgonomicsWe designed KANOA to fit securely and comfortably in your ear; giving you the freedom of movement you have always deserved. Mix and match our various silicon jackets and ear tips to custom-fit your ears so they’ll never fall out or feel unnatural.

Superior Audio Quality
We spent a lot of time fine tuning our acoustics to perfection. We integrated the latest in audio technology (drivers, codecs, chipsets) and arranged them within the device to deliver beautiful sound straight to your ears. You can even custom-tune the music through The App/ Equalizer.

Easy Wireless Charging
KANOA earphones’ battery allows for 4-6 hours of playtime. In addition, it comes with a sleek carrying case that doubles as a charger giving you an extra 3 full charges on the go! Simply drop your earphones in the case, and they’ll immediately start charging.

The App
The KANOA App has a lot to offer. Not only can you adjust all your listening preferences and fine-tune your music with the Audio Equalizer, but you can also adjust your Audio Transparency and integrate streaming services seamlessly. You don’t need the App to use KANOA Earphones, but it definitely adds to the experience. 

So you can get most out of a music and athletic experience, we created the KANOA App with a ton of features including:
  • Performance Tracking – HeartRate, Calories, Distance, Time
  • Custom Audio Tuner / Equalizer
  • Intuitive Universal Music Player
  • Audio Transparency
  • Quick One-time Sync-up
  • Earphone Control and Info
  • Motivating Playlists from the Pros
  • Various Social/Sharing Features
Passive Noise Isolation
Our efficient design provides a cleanly sealed off fit that ensures upwards of 30dB of passive noise isolation. This allows you to hear your music much more clearly, block out unwanted noise, save your eardrums from damage and immerse yourself in music. You also don’t hear the annoying “hmm” like with “noise canceling” headphones.

Dynamic Audio: 

Studies have shown that even a slight increase of pace and volume in music can affect your athletic productivity substantially. For an enhanced workout experience DYNAMIC AUDIO provides a custom playlist responsive to your body vitals. Taking into account previous records plus current factors such as your heart rate, your music will change in pace and volume appropriately.

For example: You select your “Back and Biceps” playlist with a 45 minute session. The App starts your music at a warm-up pace and increases steadily as time elapses. Music intensity such as volume and speed increase in peaks for a more dynamic workout before coming down for the cool-off.

Tech Specs
  • Dynamic Audio
  • Audio Transparency
  • Battery : 4-6 hours of playtime
  • Charge Time : 30min
  • Water Resistant : IP68 Rating.
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Monday, April 1, 2013

View or change the Office Product Key

I’ve got several licenses for Office and Outlook but I’m not sure which one which ones I’ve used and which ones are free.
How can I find out which license I’ve used for which computer and how can I change the key if needed?
While you could simply try one of your Product/License Keys and see if it gets accepted, it’s not a very sophisticated approach. The proper method to determine or change the Product Key depends on your version of Office or Outlook. However, for either version there is no need to completely reinstall Office.

Determine the Product Key
Determining the used Product Key when using Office 2007 or previous isn’t directly supported by Microsoft. However, you can use a little program called Magic Jelly Bean Keyfinder to find out your used Product Key. Simply install and run the application to find out the Product Key (note: during the installation, there will be a prompt to also install a sponsored application which you can choose not to install).

If you are using Office 2010 or Office 2013, then this application will not work. However, Office 2010 and Office 2013 already include a vbs-script which will reveal the last 5 characters of your Product Key. It’s pretty safe to state that these 5 characters would already be more than enough to find out which Product Key you have used (as you should already have safely stored the full Product Key code somewhere else together with your other license information).

You can run the vbs-file in the following way;
  1. Open a command prompt. For instance via;
    • Start-> All Programs-> Accessories-> Command Prompt
    • Windows XP
      Start-> Run; cmd
    • Windows Vista and Windows 7
      Start-> type; cmd
  2. In the command prompt, type the following;
    • Office 2010 (32-bit) on a 32-bit version of Windows
      cscript "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office14\OSPP.VBS" /dstatus
    • Office 2010 (32-bit) on a 64-bit version of Windows
      cscript "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office14\OSPP.VBS" /dstatus
    • Office 2010 (64-bit) on a 64-bit version of Windows
      cscript "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office14\OSPP.VBS" /dstatus
    • Office 2013 (32-bit) on a 32-bit version of Windows
      cscript "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office15\OSPP.VBS" /dstatus
    • Office 2013 (32-bit) on a 64-bit version of Windows
      cscript "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office15\OSPP.VBS" /dstatus
    • Office 2010 (64-bit) on a 64-bit version of Windows
      cscript "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office15\OSPP.VBS" /dstatus
  3. You should now get a screen with some license details such as the license name, type and the last 5 characters of the Product Key. 
Office 2010 and Office 2013 offer a scripted method to lookup your Product Key.
Changing Product Key for Office XP/2002, Office 2003 or Office 2007
Changing the Product Key for Office 2007 or previous requires you to go into the Registry.
  1. Browse to the following key:
  2. Now is a good point to make a backup of that key;
    Right click on the key, choose Export… and save the file to for instance your Desktop.
  3. Expand the Registration key in the Registry and you’ll see one or more sub keys which contain a lot of characters between curly brackets; { and }
    Each sub key stands for an installed Office application.
    The proper name for this identifier string is called a “GUID”.
  4. Click on the sub key to reveal its contents in the right pane.
    The SuitName key will reveal the name of the package that you have installed. If you have multiple GUID sub keys listed, you can use this key name to determine for which installation you’ll be changing the Product Key.
  5. In the pane on the right, delete the following keys;
    • DigitalProductID
    • ProductID
  6. Close the Registry and start Outlook (or any other Office application); you’ll now be prompted to fill in your Product Key and activate Office again.
Delete the DigitalProductID and ProductID key to reset your Product Key.

Changing the Product Key for Office 2010 or Office 2013:

Changing the Product Key for Office 2010 or Office 2013 doesn’t require a trip to the Registry and can be done directly from the Control Panel or via a command line.

To change it via Control Panel, open the “Add/Remove Programs” applet (Windows XP) or the “Uninstall a Program” applet (Windows Vista or Windows 7). Locate your Office 2010/2013 application and press Change. Setup will now start with the option “Enter a Product Key” which allows you to enter a different product key.

You can also change the Product Key via the OSPP.VBS script. Instead of using the /dstatus switch, you must use the /inpkey:value switch where you should replace value for your Product Key. 
For Example: cscript ospp.vbs /inpkey:xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx

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Sunday, October 14, 2012

Malware attack strikes, posing as Skype password change notification

If Skype users didn't have enough to worry about this week security-wise (with a worm spreading across the system), there's now another threat to warn about.
Emails have been spammed out by cyber-criminals, posing as messages from Skype, claiming that you have changed your password on the service.
Here's an example of one such email (click on it for a larger version):

If you look carefully, you may spot that the spammers made a clumsy spelling mistake:
Password successfully changed
Your new Skype password has been set.
You can now view your attached call history and inscturtions how to change your account settings.
If the changes described above are accurate, no further action is needed. If anything doesn't look right, follow the link below to make changes: Restore password
Talk soon,
The people at Skype
Perhaps surprisingly, the links really do point to the genuine Skype website at
However, a file ( is attached to the email, and if you make the mistake of unzipping and executing its contents (Skype_Password_inscructions.pdf.exe) you run the risk of infecting your Windows computer.

The malware, which is detected by Sophos products as Troj/Backdr-HN, opens a backdoor onto your computer, giving remote hackers access to your system.

The danger is, of course, that users worried by the recent worm will be frightened that their Skype password has been changed without their consent, and open the attachment - and thus infect their PC.

As always, be on the lookout for unsolicited suspicious emails and always be wary of opening attachments which arrive out of the blue. In this case, the file is using the well-known "double extension trick" to dupe the unwary into believing that they might be clicking on a PDF rather than executable code.
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