Friday, February 25, 2011

Samsung Galaxy S 4G Smartphones

The Galaxy S 4G has accumulated a lot of appreciation in this ever-growing technological terrain considering its advanced capabilities and stylish design. Putting an end to all the rumors and leaks, T-Mobile has finally doffed the silk off the Samsung Galaxy S 4G smartphone which promises to render download speeds of around 21MB/s.

Adorned by a vibrant 4-inch super AMOLED touchscreen display, the newest entrant enables owners to immerse themselves in mobile HD TV via T-Mobile TV, the popular movie Inception and T-Mobile Video Chat powered by Qik. Driven by the Android 2.2 operating system, this stunning mobile phone comes equipped with a 5 megapixel rear-facing camera and a VGA front-facing camera.

The offering is capable of delivering around 400 hours of standby time and 6.5 hours of talktime. As light as 4.16oz, this unit precisely blends together several innovative features and attractive attributes to put forth an enhanced user experience. Users can snap up this handset via T-Mobile’s retail stores and official website along with Best Buy, Costco, RadioShack, Sam’s Club, Target Mobile locations as well as Walmart.

The Samsung Galaxy S 4G is expected to be available on February 23 via T-Mobile for $199.99 (approx Rs. 9,026) with a qualifying plan on a two-year service agreement after a $50 (approx Rs. 2,256) mail-in-rebate.

(Source : Techgadgets).
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Nokia X2 Is Now Available Via T-Mobile USA

T-Mobile USA has listed the Nokia X2 phone for sale on its prepaid web site. The handset is sold for just $79.99 (Prepaid). The X2 runs Series 40 and has a full QWERTY keyboard for messaging.

The X2 is obviously a cheap phone, meant for markets where inexpensive is the way to go. The white plastic shell covering the X2 is uber-cheap feeling and cheap-looking.

The X2 offers a 2.4-inch 320 x 240 pixel display. It offers a host of music features including a 3.5mm headphone jack and 8GB of storage that can be expanded via a microSD card slot. It has 1-click access to email and chat via the Nokia Messaging application, and also includes threaded text messaging.

Visit the Nokia X2 online at T-Mobile USA’s website to buy but only black color version is available.

Source : Cellphonehits
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Nokia Windows Phone 7 Smartphones Coming in Q2 2011

We have good news for all you Nokia fans out there. With some of the big names going the Windows Phone 7 route, it appears that Nokia is unwilling to lose a piece of the WP7 pie. A latest rumor is pointing towards the launch of Nokia devices, which will be running WP7, in the second quarter of 2011.

Mobile-Review’s Eldar Murtazin has revealed that Microsoft and Nokia have been conducting talks regarding a Nokia-branded WP7 smartphone range. Murtazin has suggested that the first batch of Nokia WP7 devices will reach the European markets in Q2 2011, which could be sold under the Nokia brand, and will have some typical Nokia characteristics.

Murtazin is also saying that these talks were prompted by Stephen Elop who is the newly-instated Nokia CEO, and who is also the ex-head of Microsoft Business.

You might already know about Nokia’s Symbian and MeeGo plans, so this latest info is a bit hard to believe. But since it has come from a guy who is famous for his former hits, we believe that this may not be the last time we will be hearing about Nokia Windows devices.

But, Nokia has already denied any plans to go the Android or Windows Phone 7 way, and the first MeeGo devices are expected to arrive in 2011.

But it would be really fun to see the competition rising in the WP7 market, and customers would love to see the company’s excellent hardware running other platforms.

We will keep you updating when further info arrives. So stay tuned.

(Source : Techmagnews).
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Thursday, February 17, 2011

Get it now, Sony Ericsson Xperia X8

Sony Ericsson has had a bit of a topsy turvy time with its Android phones over the years. Its first few attempts, including the Xperia X1 and Xperia X10, didn't quite get the balance right but the X10 mini and X10 mini pro both impressed us and were intriguing options if you were looking for a particularly small phone.

The company's latest attempt, then, is the Xperia X8. It sits somewhere between the X10 mini and full-size X10 in terms of size, making for a small-but-not-tiny Android smartphone. It's also relatively inexpensive at just £130, or free on £15pm contracts.

The X8's design is a tough one to nail down. It's clearly not the most elegant device going and its plastic construction certainly makes itself known. However, it feels solid and well put together, and has a certain charm. If colour's your thing, you'll be pleased to know the backplate is available in a variety of thereof, though the front remains pearlescent white whichever you choose.

Where perhaps the phone most prominently shows its budget orientation is the front and more specifically the screen. The markedly grey (rather than black) and plastic 3in rectangle is slightly recessed into the bezel, which slighty hampers usability. The bezel is also rather wide, making the screen appear smaller than it actually is.

Otherwise, the general hardware of the X8 is rather impressive. The three buttons under the screen are responsive and easily distinguished while the sides are home to more features than you might expect at this price.

Up top there's a microUSB socket (underneath a somewhat annoying plastic flap), the power/screen lock button, and headphone socket that is compatible with Sony Ericsson's inline headsets – thus the odd shape. A headset that provides reasonable quality audio and decent noise isolation comes in the box however it isn't actually of the aforementioned Sony Ericsson proprietary type.

The left and bottom edges are devoid of features but on the right is a volume rocker and, joy of joys, a shutter button for the camera. Finally, there's the camera itself that sits on the back, sadly without an LED flash to accompany it.

Source : TrustedReviews
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Sony Ericsson Xperia X12 Arc is simply amazing

The Sony Ericsson Xperia X12 Arc offers one of the most comprehensively functional handsets, that utilises advanced technology, within a stylish and eminently appealing mobile phone. The unit measures 125 mm high by 63 mm wide and is only 8 mm thick, within which it offers such delights as an 8.0 megapixel camera, fast Internet access as well as a multitude of entertainment options.

One of the key facets of this handset is its impressively large display screen which is an LED backlit LCD that offers capacitive functionality whilst also offering touch screen capability. The screen itself is 4.2 inches in size, within which it is able to display an impressive 16 million colour combinations, all of which are represented within a 480 x 854 pixel screen size. The display screen comes with a scratch resistant surface and utilises the Sony mobile Bravia engine, which is a name better known within the television arena. Accelerometer and proximity sensors are also provided, whilst navigation is provided by the popular Timescape user interface.

The handset comes with a multitude of connectivity options, which includes fast Internet access, by virtue of its HSDPA connection, offering speeds of up to 7.2 Mbps, or the alternative of Wi Fi in addition to micro-USB, Bluetooth, microSD as well as GPRS and EDGE connections. The unit comes with 8 GB of memory included, which can be significantly enhanced by utilising the aforementioned microSD card slot and relevant cards.

The Sony Ericsson Xperia X12 Arc utilises a 1 GHz Scorpion processor as its central processing unit, whilst also utilising the Gingerbread version of the android operating system. Additional features include a NeoReader barcode scanner, twitter and Facebook integration as well as several Google related features. In addition a stereo FM radio is provided, with RDS, in addition to satellite navigation, and an MP4 multimedia player as well as an MP3 music player. For photographic purposes the handset provides an impressive 8.0 megapixel camera, which is also able to take effective video imagery. The camera comes with image stabilisation, face as well as smile detection and also includes both autofocus and touch focus.

The Sony Ericsson Xperia X12 Arc, like the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X8, offers extensive technology, combined with an obvious aesthetic appeal. It offers almost every conceivable function and feature that is currently available within a mobile phone. For those who enjoy the latest gadgetry and functionality, this particular handset will be one that is not to be missed.

(Source : Newsbroadcast)
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Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Top 5 Camera Mobile Phones

The first camera phone that I ever bought was the BlackBerry Pearl 8100, way back in 2006. It was BlackBerry’s first real attempt at competing in the multimedia market, and my first tentative step into the revolutionary world of camera phones.

I was always a late developer, technologically speaking of course, but the Pearl was a market leader. Not only did it offer seamless e mail capability for the man on the move, but it also came with a 1.3-megapixel camera which was enviable at the time.

Wind the clock forward 4 years and this is now laughable. I can draw better than a 1.3-megapixel camera. Back in the day, a camera on a mobile phone was little more than a novelty or selling gimmick.

These days, people consider the quality of a phone’s camera to be one of the most important deciding factors when choosing a handset. In fact, there’s very little to differentiate between some camera phones and actual cameras, so since you can’t tweet or update your Facebook status on a camera, for many of the younger generation they’re becoming obsolete. Below are the best camera phones on the market today:
  1. Nokia N8 – this is the Daddy of camera phones right now. It’s rare for Nokia to top any list these days thanks to Apple and HTC, but nobody can hold a candle to the N8 right now. With its 12-megapixel camera, the Nokia N8 is actually superior to many of its standard camera peers. But it’s the HD video capability of this handset that makes it untouchable. With its near-perfect image resolution, and ingenious digital editing and sharing software, the Nokia N8 represents a giant leap forward in camera phone technology.
  2. Apple iPhone 4 – nipping at the heels of the Nokia N8 is the Apple iPhone 4. Granted, there is a significant reduction in megapixels to 5, but there’s no equivalent degrading of picture quality. The front facing camera differentiates the iPhone 4 from its competitors, enabling FaceTime calls and precision self-portraits at long last, even when drunk. The iPhone 4 really stands out with its video capability though, shooting in stunning HD with a permanent backlight for night time video. Paris Hilton and her contemporaries will certainly find this feature invaluable.
  3. Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 – weighing in at a whopping 8.1-megapixels, this handset runs the old Android OS version 1.6, so it’s already lagging behind on this front (though updates are finally beginning to roll out). But the screen is a massive 4 inches, so you can view videos and photos on the Xperia X10 with incredible clarity, as well as online images through the phone’s unique Mediascape application.
  4. Motorola Defy – this handset comes with the usual line up of camera features that we expect as a bare minimum these days: 5-megapixels, digital zoom, dual LED flash and autofocus. But it’s the image optimisation settings that get the Motorola Defy onto this list. This natty little application allows users to edit images and video in real time, including colour effects and a variety of scene modes. It’s also water and scratch resistant, making it the first handset to be practically drunk-proof.
  5. HTC Desire – the Desire tops plenty of polls right now thanks to its stunning features and the latest Android OS, but this list is purely concerned with camera capability, hence its lowly position. The Desire’s camera has an impressive 8-megapixels and all the trimmings, but it doesn’t hit the same quality as the competition on this list. But all is forgiven thanks to the 4.3 inch display and Dolby surround sound. So this may not have the best camera on a handset right now, but as an all-rounder the HTC Desire is tough to beat.
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Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Monetize your site with Google Affiliate Network

There are lots of great ways to make money from your blog. One of those ways is to use an affiliate network. Put simply, an affiliate network is a way to promote products from some of your favorite retailers; you get paid when any of those retailers makes a sale based on a promotion you ran on your blog. Our friends at the Google Affiliate Network have a great program and have agreed to make a special offer to our users, so if you haven't heard of GAN already, have a read, and be sure to sign up.

With Google Affiliate Network, you can access affiliate ads for top retailers. If the ad or text link you post on your blog results in a sale, you earn a commission. This means that you can start working with advertisers who will pay you a performance fee for driving a sale or other conversion.

Google Affiliate Network gives you access to a diverse range of affiliate programs for advertisers including Barnes &, Red Envelope, Sears, ProFlowers, Abe Books and Puma. Once you have access, you can apply to create advertiser programs, promote ads, search for links to specific products, sign up to access product feeds, and utilize Link Subscriptions that deliver the latest links and promotions directly to you each day.

Google Affiliate Network is featured in the Monetize tab in your Blogger account or you can apply using the link below (please note that you’ll need an AdSense ID to join). With Google Affiliate Network, you can access affiliate ads for top retailers. If the ad or text link you post on your blog results in a sale, you earn a commission. This means that you can start working with advertisers who will pay you a performance fee for driving a sale or other conversion.

Here’s how to get started : First, Sign up for a Google Affiliate Network account with your valid AdSense Publisher ID. Second, As soon as you're approved for Google Affiliate Network, sign in and apply for advertiser programs. and Third,Follow the instructions to start displaying cost-per-action ads. Check out our Beginner’s Guide to help you through the process of becoming a successful publisher and continue reading for the answers to our frequently asked questions.

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Friday, February 4, 2011

Basic knowledge, what is a Blog ?

A blog is a personal diary. A daily pulpit. A collaborative space. A political soapbox. A breaking-news outlet. A collection of links. Your own private thoughts. Memos to the world.

Your blog is whatever you want it to be. There are millions of them, in all shapes and sizes, and there are no real rules.

In simple terms, a blog is a web site, where you write stuff on an ongoing basis. New stuff shows up at the top, so your visitors can read what's new. Then they comment on it or link to it or email you. Or not.

Since Blogger was launched in 1999, blogs have reshaped the web, impacted politics, shaken up journalism, and enabled millions of people to have a voice and connect with others.

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