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Nokia To Unveil Two New Phone Series

Posted by surfingall on April 26, 2010


Nokia would unveil two new phone series-‘Nokia X’ and ‘Nokia C’-in India in this quarter. The company also plans to launch mobile handsets with linux-based Maemo software within the next two to three months. It would be like a high performance mobile computer with a processor, reports Business Standard.

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Wi-Fi Issues on Apple iPad Tablet

Posted by surfingall on April 10, 2010


Apple has launched a revolutionary and magical phone iPad Tablet in the start of April 2010. Apple iPad tablet has broken the sales records of any smart phone purchased by the users. Apple has roll out iPad phone in the market with very strong media complain and marketing strategy. Apple iPad is embedded with millions of Apple apps for the users.

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Microsoft Will Unveil ‘Pink’ Phone Soon

Posted by surfingall on April 10, 2010


Internet giant Microsoft Corp is venturing into uncharted teritory-the smartphone market. The company will announce its long-awaited “Project Pink” phones early next week, sources closely involved with the matter said yesterday.

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Posted by surfingall on April 7, 2010


RIM Unveils New BlackBerry App Tools

With the release of its updated tools yesterday, Research In Motion will make it easier for developers to create feature-rich Web and wireless applications to be used on it’s BlackBerry smartphones. These tools would open up access to the phone’s hardware features and other software applications of the BlackBerry application platform.

The applications are compatible with a BlackBerry’s e-mail inbox, calendar, address book and other features, reports Reuters India. “We believe these enhanced tools will spur a new level of creativity and innovation as developers find new ways to leverage the unique power and integrated nature of the BlackBerry platform in order to bring useful, intelligent applications to the millions of BlackBerry smartphone users around the world,” said Alan Brenner, senior vice president, BlackBerry platform, RIM.

This Waterloo, Ontario-based Canadian company had launched its online apps store last April, following in the footsteps of Apple’s app store success. Users can employ the apps store to download software for news and entertainment, travel, games and other such features.

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India Gets Its First Android 2.1-Powered Phone

Posted by surfingall on April 4, 2010



It has a 5 mega pixel camera with dual-LED flash, and Auto Focus and image stabilization. MILESTONE comes preloaded with lifetime free access to fully voice-guided street-level navigable maps of 401 cities in India. This offers voice-guided navigation and routing in the cities and across major national and state highways. All the consumer needs to do is to launch ‘India’ maps from the MOTONAV application to enjoy an unparalleled navigational experience. The GPS navigation service is free with no activation or data charges, independent of mobile networks and can be used even without inserting the SIM card, as the maps are fully loaded on the MILESTONE.

“As an Android 2.1 device, MILESTONE does what other smart phones don’t. It was designed to enhance consumer experiences and its full screen Web browsing experience, ability to juggle between multiple apps, and suite of Google applications, deliver. We have been delighted with the anticipation and demand for MILESTONE across the world and are pleased to announce its arrival in India today,” said Faisal Siddiqui, country head, mobile devices, Motorola India.

MILESTONE will be available in India at select retails outlets in select cities at an MRP of Rs 32,990.

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