Tag: Software

Pakistan’s 1st Antivirus “Instant Virus Killer” [With Video Demonstration]

First time in Pakistan now you can give the students/employees full administrative access to computers with no fear 100% Guaranteed. Instant Virus Killer instantly revives computers in case of failure in just 10 seconds.

October 12, 2009 | By | 2 Replies More

Video Chat Through Mobile Now in Pakistan

Now a days many people are using internet form their mobiles, mostly people are looking for symbian or smart phone for that purpose as they allow users to install all third party compatible software. The mobile internet using is getting cheaper day by day in Pakistan as the zong is giving 2GB Package at the just Rs.200 + tax. People usually check their emails online and send multimedia files but from last year or tow the trend is emerging of using the chatting software on mobile and enjoy the communication and connectivity later on the VOIP technology is getting in. Many software like Fring, Nimbuzz and Octrotalk offer the Voice Chat Feature using the GRPS/EDGE/Wifi on mobile phones totally free of cost for all the famous messaging services like Msn, Gmail, AOL, Facebook etc.

August 21, 2009 | By | 1 Reply More

After Nokia LG launches Islamic Applications

With the holy month of Ramadan approaching, Pan-Arab consumers of these phones will be able to access applications such as a Qiblah indicator, which uses an inbuilt longitude and latitude orientation or city references to indicate the direction of the Qiblah. The phones also come with Adhan and Salah prayer time alarm functions as well as Quran software, the Hijiri calendar and a Zakat calculator. The LG KP500N has a 11.9 mm body and features that include a 3.2 megapixel camera, 3D accelerometer and an Active Flash User Interface with widget icons to provide access to commonly used functions.

August 18, 2009 | By | Reply More

Nokia to Replace Symbian OS with Maemo

Nokia plans to deploy the Maemo OS software for future smartphones, replacing Symbian, according to the Financial Times Deutschland, citing sources close to the company. Maemo was developed for use in Nokia’s Internet Tablets, is licence free and the first Maemo-based smartphone will be launched within a couple of weeks. Nokia did not want to comment on the rumours. Nokia acquired Symbian in 2008 for EUR 264 million and moved the Symbian software into the Symbian Foundation in April this year.

August 11, 2009 | By | 1 Reply More

PTA to provide free software to educational institutions

Islamabad: Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has started a project  named SMS-based Information System for educational institutions,  to equip them with an interactive mobile application for broadcasting important information to students and their guardians on their mobile phones. It is a system of sending SMS by using computer software developed by PTA. It has been noted […]

July 28, 2009 | By | Reply More