A great news that has been published today is that in September, Apple is releasing its three products which includes the low-end iPhone 4S, the high-end iPhone5 and iPad 3. Macotakara reported that iPhone 4S which is based on iPhone 4 (CDMA) and iPad 3 will be publicized in September 1st week but will be [...]
By experiments and innovations, humans have always been trying to transform one item to make it look like another just like forming gold from lesser metals or making Ubuntu look like Windows/OS X. The language that Windows Phone 7 is using, Microsoft calls that Metro. This was exclusive for Windows Phone 7 but Android’s developer [...]
EVO, since its introduction by PTCL has seen some popularity. But despite being the fastest internet service in the country, it still didn’t get the reception that it should have. The primary factor affecting its sales was the price of the device and the monthly charges. PTCL customers, usually paying the lowest in market, certainly won’t pay Rs. 4000 for a device and a monthly charge of Rs. 2000.
According to latest news, as we had predicted earlier, China Telecom plans to launch the next iPhone for its subscribers by the end of 2011. China Telecom has 106 million subscribers currently. This development will help the company to target more high end 3G users. China Telecom has a strong customer base in the fixed [...]
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., a leading mobile phone provider, today unveils its new smartphone platform, Samsung bada. At this unveiling, Samsung showcases the bada SDK (Software Development Kit) for partners and presents the unique benefits and unprecedented opportunities that the bada platform will bring to developers, mobile operators and consumers. Mr. Steve Han, Managing Director-Samsung [...]
With so many Americans already in the ranks of Internet users, there’s now little change from year to year in the percentage of the population that’s wired. Even broadband access has grown so much in recent years that the rate of increase inevitably has moderated of late. So, if you’re on the lookout for significant change in people’s engagement with new technology, where should you look? The results of a Forrester Research survey released late last month suggest it’s in usage of cell phones, smartphones and other wireless devices.