Friday, May 18, 2012
This week, Nokia introduced the two newest cheap mobile phones. Both became part of the ambition of 'connecting the next billion' Nokia to connect more users to the Internet via mobile phones.
Nokia 110 and Nokia 112, the two phones that were introduced, designed to attract young people and users in developing countries who want to experience a quick surf through the mobile phone with affordable price of course.
Quoted from the official website of Nokia, Thursday (05/17/2012), both claimed to be perfect for web access. Internet experience promised to be very smooth thanks to the Nokia browser which compresses the website in the cloud.
Looks like Nokia is making the ease of access Facebook and Twitter as the main attraction. Both the Nokia 110 or Nokia 112, have provided direct access to Facebook and Twitter from the home screen. Nokia also promises to attract thousands of applications available for download on the Nokia Store.
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Wednesday, March 2, 2011
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For you Uk customer who want to buy the latest windows phone 7 from Dell, you should look UK DELL official site. They offer the Dell Venue Pro for 459 GBP with tax and 382.50 GBP without tax.
We know that maybe for american this is an expensive smartphone, but for UK customer, it is not too expensive. But we think it is worth you buy the Dell Venue Pro that comes with sweet features and specs such as sliding QWERTY keyboard, 4.1-inch WVGA capacitive touchscreen, Bluetooth, GPS, Wi-Fi and HSPA connectivity, Slot micro SD, Snapdragon processor 1 GHz and 5-megapixel camera also the sexy form factor.
Thursday, October 14, 2010
Maybe you often hear about Samsung Omnia 7. Samsung Focus is the same phone, this device is US version. This phone is the 1st using Windows Phone 7 a.k.a. WP7 OS. The Samsung Focus will come to AT&T United States, and it is considering the popular Windows Phone 7 device.
Samsung Focus specs and features are a large 4.0″ WVGA AMOLED display with high sensitivity (even better than other WP7 devices). The performance is solid, thanks to the 1GHz Snapdragon CPU. Samsung Focus is certainly one of the fastest WP7 smartphone available to date.
Samsung Focus will be launched by AT&T for $199 price on November 8. You can enjoy the Samsung Focus preview video below and hands on video.
Friday, July 31, 2009
So, surprise that Apple has rejected the official Google Voice app and removed from the App Store Google Voice several related programs, which was adopted before. Jason Kincaid at TechCrunch, echoing many other critics of a decision, accusing AT & T:
Of course, it is not difficult to guess what is the limitation of our old friend, the AT & T. Google Voice will scare carriers. This app allows users to send free SMS messages and receive cheap long distance in the lines of the Google Voice. It also becomes trivial to move to a new telephone service, because each calls Google's voice anyway.
But does anyone really think that AT & T is pulling the strings in this relationship? Google Voice not only interfere in the business model of the carrier, it interferes with Apple's iPhone business model. Not just AT & T, but Apple's iPhone partner in the carrier have to pay a large subsidy for each iPhone sold, and that the subsidy is based on assumptions about the average amount of iPhone customers pay monthly charges, voice, data and SMS.
I can see why people are surprised that Apple do not like the iPhone Google voice, but I do not see how one is surprised.
And to play devil's advocate for a moment, I am not sure the decision is totally unjustified. Do not think Apple's point of view, the ratio of its partner carriers, but I think in terms of Apple's competition with Google. Google Voice is a mobile phone service provided by the manufacturer, one of the biggest competitors of the iPhone OS. What to do if Google replaces Microsoft Voice? And if Windows Mobile was also a modern, competitive as Android? Would you be surprised if Apple's iPhone discourages owners using the service? Suffice it to say.
Tuesday, July 28, 2009
"iPhone can securely access corporate services and protect data on the device. It provides strong encryption for data in transmission, proven authentication methods for access to corporate services, and for iPhone 3GS, hardware encryption for all data stored on the device. iPhone also provides secure protection through the use of passcode policies that can be enforced and delivered over-the-air. And if the device falls into the wrong hands, users and IT administrators can initiate a remote wipe command to help ensure that private information is erased."
- Apple Business Flier
This YouTube video demonstrates how easy it is to bypass the passcode and encryption in the iPhone 3G [s] just in only a couple of minutes.
Monday, July 6, 2009
Part of PlayNow arena of Sony Ericsson now presents its Application Store. While the other parts of PlayNow including Movies, Games, Wallpapers and so on. As for the Application Store itselft, it is available in 17 countries such as UK, Ireland, Hungary, Poland, Italy, Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Spain, Austria and so on.
This time the application store of Sony Ericsson in PlayNow arena contains of 15 applications and only 2 of them are free. The rest will cost you GBP 4.00 or similar with $6.5. As for the Games section, it contains of 3 items with same prices. This application store will be added with more applications in future.
Sunday, July 5, 2009
Alongside with some other Eseries, E63 seems to follow the firmware update that now comes to v200.21.012. There is no changelogs info that officially released. E63 does not have User Data Preservation (UDP) so make your backup first before updating, right? So all your data and programs will not be removed by this firmware update.
There is a possibility this firmware update has not been available yet on your region code, so you need to wiat it. especially if your E63 is carrier branded, you have to wait any longer time to get this update.