Microsoft launching Windows10

Windows 10 starts to deliver on our vision of more personal computing, defined by trust in how we protect and respect your personal information, mobility of the experience across your devices and natural interactions with your Windows devices.

Step by step instructions to Repair A Water Damaged Mobile Phone

Figure out how to spare bunches of your cellular telephone once it gets water-logged. following time once your get your cell telephone absorbed water, tea or low, basically remember and take after these direct and straightforward consideration measures.

BlackBerry - Introduces Mobile Advertising Platform

RIM has unveiled the brand new BlackBerry Advertising Service, which will supposedly help developers integrate advertising in their BlackBerry smartphone applications quickly and easily.

Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Look At This Black Beauty-Nokia's Latest Two Head Cell Phone

Recently I read a article about this Nokia's latest mobile(Nokia 6555).Its feauters were fantastic.So i decided to share with u all.Here's a design concept by Daewoo Kim for a cell phone that might actually be practical in desperate situations, because when one phone runs out of power, the other one can charge it up. And look at them, aren't they cute, spooning on that charger together? Cell phone purveyors will probably like this design, because it may entice people to buy two products instead of one. There's another unique idea built into this cell phone, too.

        * Nokia 6555 is Skinny Clamshell with 3G, Analog Clock, Video Sharing.     * Nokia 6555 is the first WCDMA phone with a smooth-back fold design.     * It has a QVGA 16 million color internal display on a large 240×320 screen, 30MB internal memory, microSD slot, Bluetooth and the self-portrait and video sharing camera.     * Available in black, red and meta`llic peach-or is that apricot.

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Mobile social networking use grows 182% over 2007 in US

The volume of U.S. wireless subscribers who accessed social networks via mobile device increased 182 percent between September 2007 and October 2008 according to a new consumer study conducted by research firms The Kelsey Group and ConStat. In all, 9.6 percent of U.S. subscribers ages 18 and over connected with a social network via mobile handset in October 2008, compared to just 3.4 percent in September 2007.
Other highlights of the Kelsey Group/ConStat report: In October 2008, 15.6 percent of subscribers searched the mobile web for local products or services (compared to 9.8 percent in September 2007), 14.3 percent searched the mobile web for products or services outside of their local area (compared to 6.4 percent), 13.7 percent accessed mobile for information on movies or other entertainment (compared to 8.2 percent), 11.7 percent accessed info on restaurants or bars (compared to 9.0 percent) and 8.4 percent watched or purchased a mobile video clip (compared to 4.4 percent).
eMarketer forecasts that by 2012 over 800 million users worldwide will access social networks via mobile device, up from 82 million in 2007. While the total mobile social networking user population will still account for less than 20 percent of the combined global mobile user base, eMarketer anticipates those users will enjoy a disproportionate impact on marketing, media and mobile communications because creating and sharing digital content makes up such a significant component of the social networking experience.

Mobile Content Used by US Adult Mobile Phone Users, September 2007 & October 2008 (% of respondents)

Social networking by mobile phone is even more prevalent in other countries. is a worldwide mobile-only social network based in Germany with 2.5 million members. More than four out of 10 of its users have never used a (PC) online social network, according to a study it conducted in December 2008.

Mobile Social Network Users Worldwide, 2007-2012 (millions)

Source: Fierce Mobile

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

GSM 3G Middle East : Mobile broadband to rock the Middle East

GSM 3G Middle East 15th-16th December, Dubai
What was evident from the first day’s discussion is that mobile broadband is heralded to benefit from the same explosive growth that is being enjoyed in the west.  Slim Saidi of Zain Saudi Arabia indicated that there is significant potential for mobile broadband and that it is now just a matter of reaching those subscribers and providing access.
The rallying call was picked up by Farid Lekhal, Chief Commercial Officer for Vodafone Partner Markets, who said the way forward is to exploit the potential of the latest internet-capable devices and champion the accessibility of on-portal and third party services.
Vodafone has had the opportunity to learn from the mistakes made in its partner markets, leading the operator to conclude that third party applications do not cannibalise traffic on the network. “On the contrary they expand it, and there is still room for operators to have portals,” he said.
Tayfun Cataltepe, Chief Corporate Strategy Officer at Turkcell, which recently won Turkey’s 3G frequency licence, shared the other operators’ enthusiasm for internet mobility, declaring that, “Mobile broadband doesn’t mean you have to be a dumb pipe.”
“Mobile broadband is the future of telecoms on the whole, and the term ‘broadband’ will even fall out of usage as all connectivity will become ‘broad’,” he said.
Turkcell revealed that it will launch 3G services in June of 2009, and hinted that it would enable third parties to provided services on the network as a core part of its strategy. “The classical VAS (value added service) model is based on revenue sharing,” said Cataltepe. “Those with the most creative services will make the most money, so operators will need to seek a revenue sharing agreement,” he said.
Zain’s Saidi agrees: “Access is a commodity now, so people are willing to pay for services they use. When the customers demand services it’s up to the operators to deliver,” he said, although the participating operators also posited mobile ads, subscriptions and data traffic revenues, as ways of monetising mobile broadband.
Also on the panel was Fouad Brahim Boumakh, president and CEO of Nano-Techpower, a start up which specialises in using nanotechnology to improve the battery performance of wireless devices, who summed up the sentiment over mobile broadband: “The name of the broadband game is any application, anywhere, on any device.”

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Mobile Eyes Wallpapers (240x320)

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Price of Mobile Phones

Nokia 8800 Arte Rs.53100
Nokia E90 Communicator Rs.34700
Nokia N95 8GB Rs.24500
Nokia N82 Rs.19200
Nokia N95 Rs.18850
Nokia N78 Rs.18750
Nokia 7900 Prism Rs.17300
Nokia N81 8GB Rs.16000
Nokia E61i Rs.15800
Nokia N77 Rs.15000
Nokia N76 Rs.14100
Nokia 3250 Rs.13856
Nokia 6110 Navigator Rs.13200
Nokia 6500 slide Rs.13100
Nokia E65 Rs.12500
Nokia N73 Music Edition Rs.12500
Nokia 5610 Rs.12000
Nokia E51 Rs.11400
Nokia N73 Rs.11000
Nokia 6500 classic Rs.10200
Nokia N70 Music Edition Rs.9450
Nokia E62 Rs.9400
Nokia 7500 Prism Rs.9250
Nokia 3600 Slide Rs.9150
Nokia 5310 Rs.9100
Nokia E50 Rs.7950
Nokia 5220 XpressMusic Rs.7700
Nokia N72 Rs.7500
Nokia 6233 Rs.7000
Nokia 6300 Rs.6750
Nokia 3230 Rs.6750
Nokia 7610 Rs.6300
Nokia 5300 Rs.6050
Nokia 3500 Classic Rs.5500
Nokia 5200 Rs.4950
Nokia 5000 Rs.4800
Nokia 6085 Rs.4650
Nokia 3110 classic Rs.4425
Nokia 6080 Rs.3850
Nokia 2630 Rs.3450
Nokia 2760 Rs.3150
Nokia 2600 Classic Rs.3030
Nokia 6030 Rs.2550
Nokia 2626 Rs.2020
Nokia 1650 Rs.1850
Nokia 1600 Rs.1750
Nokia 1208 Rs.1450
Nokia 1110 Rs.1350
Nokia 1110i Rs.1350
Nokia 1200 Rs.1200

Sony Ericsson W960i Rs.24000
Sony Ericsson K850i Rs.19100
Sony Ericsson T650i Rs.18500
Sony Ericsson P1i Rs.16800
Sony Ericsson W760i Rs.15000
Sony Ericsson W890i Rs.14900
Sony Ericsson W830i Rs.14500
Sony Ericsson W910i Rs.13900
Sony Ericsson K770i Rs.12500
Sony Ericsson K810i Rs.11000
Sony Ericsson Z710i Rs.9800
Sony Ericsson K660i Rs.9750
Sony Ericsson K790i Rs.9700
Sony Ericsson W580i Rs.9625
Sony Ericsson W550i Rs.9600
Sony Ericsson W810i Rs.8900
Sony Ericsson W610i Rs.8850
Sony Ericsson W660i Rs.8700
Sony Ericsson W700i Rs.8500
Sony Ericsson S500i Rs.8000
Sony Ericsson W380i Rs.7900
Sony Ericsson K550i Rs.6750
Sony Ericsson W350i Rs.6700
Sony Ericsson W300i Rs.5900
Sony Ericsson Z555i Rs.5700
Sony Ericsson W200i Rs.4400
Sony Ericsson K510i Rs.3850
Sony Ericsson K320i Rs.3700
Sony Ericsson T250i Rs.3175
Sony Ericsson K220i Rs.2400
Sony Ericsson J120i Rs.1700
Samsung i600 Rs.18100
Samsung G600 Rs.16400
Samsung i710 Rs.15890
Samsung F300 Rs.15000
Samsung P310 Rs.13300
Samsung U600 Rs.11700
Samsung D900i Rs.10000
Samsung E840 Rs.8500
Samsung D840 Rs.8500
Samsung E490 Rs.7500
Samsung E740 Rs.6750
Samsung E210 Rs.5750
Samsung J600 Rs.5050
Samsung X510 Rs.4400
Samsung X510 Rs.4400
Samsung E250 Rs.4200
Samsung M610 Rs.3950
Samsung X520 Rs.3650
Samsung M600 Rs.2900
Samsung X210 Rs.2500
Samsung C170 Rs.2200
Samsung C160 Rs.1750
Samsung C160 Rs.1750
Motorola Q9h Rs.17300
Motorola RAZR2 V8 Rs.14500
Motorola Q8 Rs.14500
Motorola RAZR maxx V6 Rs.12750
Motorola ROKR E6 Rs.10000
Motorola A1200 Rs.9900
Motorola ROKR Z6 Rs.8650
Motorola KRZR K1 Rs.7250
Motorola SLVR L9 Rs.6500
Motorola RAZR-V3i Rs.6000
Motorola L6i Rs.3200
Motorola W375 Rs.3000
Motorola W375 black Rs.2850
Motorola W220 BLACK Rs.2500
Motorola W220 Rs.2500
Motorola W220 SILVER Rs.2400
Motorola W215 Rs.2350
Motorola W209 Rs.1850
Motorola W205 Rs.1500
LG KU990 Viewty Rs.18000
LG KE970 Shine Rs.9700
LG KG300 Rs.6900
LG KE770 Rs.6700
LG KG200 Rs.5000
LG KG195 Rs.3850
LG KG271 Rs.1650
LG KG276 Rs.1400

Blackberry 8820 Rs.31000
Blackberry 8800 Rs.29000
Blackberry Curve 8310 Rs.24000
Blackberry Curve 8300 Rs.23000
Blackberry Pearl 8100 Rs.21200
Blackberry 8700g Rs.15000
Palm Treo 750 Rs.22990
Palm Treo 680 Rs.14990
Palm Centro Rs.13990
O2 XDA Flame Rs.40000
O2 Xda Zinc Rs.36500
O2 XDA Atom Exec Rs.34500
O2 XDA Atom Life Rs.33400
O2 XDA Stealth Rs.27250
O2 XDA Atom Rs.25000
Fly SX240 Rs.9900
Fly SX210 Rs.9000
Fly E300 Rs.8700
Fly SL600 Rs.7100
Fly MX300 Rs.7000
Fly MX200i Rs.6500
Fly T2060 Rs.6000
Fly SX390 Rs.5500
Fly SL500i Rs.5500
Fly 2040i Rs.5400
Fly MP600 Rs.4000
Fly M110 Rs.3000
Fly V70 Rs.2700
HP iPAQ hw6965 Rs.32000
HP iPAQ rw6828 Rs.30000
HP IPAQ 512 Rs.12000
Dopod U1000 Rs.47500
Dopod C800 Rs.33200
Dopod 818 Pro Rs.21600
Dopod C720W Rs.19100
Dopod D600 Rs.14050
Dopod S301 Rs.9500
Spice S1000 Rs.16000
Spice S404n Rs.14000
Spice S900 Rs.8900
Spice D88 Rs.7700
Spice S920 Rs.6850
Spice S909 Rs.5700
Spice S8 Rs.5200
Spice S808 Rs.4700


Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Mobile Babe Wallpapers (320x240)

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Mobile Babe Wallpapers (240x320)


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