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.

Sunday, June 21, 2009

What Google thinks about the future of mobile ?

Google’s Andy Rubin thinks this of the future of mobile:

* Smart alerts: Your phone will be smart about your situation and alert you when something needs your attention.

* Augmented reality: Your phone uses its arsenal of sensors to understand your situation and provide you information that might be useful.

* Crowd sourcing goes mainstream: Your phone is your omnipresent microphone to the world, a way to publish pictures, emails, texts, Twitters, and blog entries.

* Sensors everywhere: Your phone knows a lot about the world around you.

* Tool for development: Your phone may be more than just a convenience, it may be your livelihood.

* The future-proof device: Your phone will open up, as the Internet already has, so it will be easy for developers to create or improve applications and content.

* Safer software through trust and verification: Your phone will provide tools and information to empower you to decide what to download, what to see, and what to share.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Mobile broadband growing at 126% in Saudi Arabia

Mobile broadband uptake in Saudi Arabia is currently growing at a rate of 126 percent, figures released by Etihad Etisalat (Mobily).

After 24 months of operations, Mobily said it had 600,000 mobile broadband subscribers presenting 126 percent uptake on 2008 year-end results of 266,000 subscribers and 445 percent growth when compared to the second quarter of 2008.

For May alone, daily mobile data consumption reached 37 terabyte, and over one petabyte of traffic exchanged over the month, doubling consumption as compared to the end of 2008.

Mobily’s daily performance of 18.5 terabytes makes its mobile data network the busiest in the world.

In March, Mobily said it had upgraded its mobile data network to support high-speed uplink packet access (HSUPA) technology and offer a full high speed packet access (HSPA) mobile broadband experience to its customers in the more than 220 areas it covers with 3.75G.

This is actually a very good sign for the region. This will help in the growth of data based value added services. Mobily has always been very aggressive in terms of launching the best products and services and hence the growth is imminent.

Source : Arabian Business


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