Emerging Mobile Phone Technologies

July 5, 2009 by · Leave a Comment
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Mobile phones have become indispensable and now play a big part in everyone’s lives. With the current technology that has made people and nations closer, mobile and handheld devices can truly be considered great inventions and innovations. Gone are the days when one has to go home first before he can use the telephone or go to a public phone booth to place an all-important call to a loved one or business contact. With the presence of mobile phones, everyone has now gone wireless. Communication has, indeed, turned very easy for all.

Mobile phone, as it name suggests, provides mobility. It is portable communication device. One can bring it anywhere. It is made possible by satellites that transmit signals for the phone to send and receive. It is very convenient as one can use it anywhere irregardless of time and region.

People everywhere have seen the evolution of communication technology. From a phone that uses wires to one that no longer requires any. From the analog to the wireless. In some places, wireless phones were provided with signals by the network company. In other places, a simulated card in inserted in the phone to grab and receive signals and send as well. These phones use the concept of signal transmission and radio wave theories that enables a two-way communication with real time and clearer conversation.

From the analog mobile phones that only allowed calling and voice conversation evolved the mobile phones that have text messaging features. It is another emergence in the world of mobile technology. A person may send a text message that will be received by another party. This message is sent through a signal passing to a gateway which transmits it to the receiving party.

In the turn of the 20th century, mobile phones have become more of a trend and companies have started to make them appear more sophisticated. Mobile phones started with big sizes which transformed to smaller ones and then became bigger again. It has developed much like how computers have. Nowadays, mobile phones are not just for communication. Originally, it had the voice call function but since the technology is growing day by day, the mobile technology grows along with it. Mobile phones now have been created with different functions and usage which are beyond plain communication usage. These functions are constantly updated and additional features are created each day.

Mobile phones also serve as mp3 players and/or audio, video file storage units where users may save audio files and listen to the music. Mobile phones now are also equipped with cameras that come in different pixels allowing people to take pictures anywhere and anytime. Almost all mobile phones of these times are designed with games, calculator, organizer, alarm clock, dictionary and many more. These are just now considered the basics. Some updated mobile phones may now take video clips and still photographs of which may be transferred to the computer for different purposes. Many mobile phones are also designed with touch screen features where a person doesn’t need to touch the keypad anymore. The screen of the phone is designed to recognize commands as the finger tip touches the screen.

Moreover, mobile phones are now used as computers. With the General Packet Radio Service (GPRS), surfing the internet is now made possible. GPRS is used to transmit IP packets which enable users to use the internet wherever they go. People also use their mobile phones in banking transactions where they can send and receive money through phone.

Several high technology features are continuously being researched and applied to mobile phones. Not long ago when 3G system was developed. It enables users of the same networks call each other with real time camera. Through this system, one can actually see the person he is calling while talking to him. Long before people finally get familiar with the just launched 3G system, many companies are now researching on the higher system which is the fourth generation or 4G system. Researchers project the new system as faster with a connection speed reaching 100 Mb per second. This is seen to provide a better quality of call.

Mobile phones are not only for personal use like it was in the past. With mobile phones, reporters and journalists may now take and film news reports. Security system and surveillance are also possible.

It is seen in the near future that mobile phones are most likely to replace laptops. With the new mobile phones coming out of the market, viewing and working on documents only found in computers are now possible. It is also seen to replace entertainment devices with all the entertainment features new mobile phones have.

Mobile phones do not only play a big part in technology. Mobile phones also show fashion and style. Thus, to make these phones more appealing and attractive, manufacturers produce these phones in different colors, size, shape, and style.

Mobile phones are indeed one of the greatest contributions of technology. It has gone far beyond what man can imagine. Now, with the emergence of mobile technology, everyone just can’t live without one.

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Why Should I Buy A GPS Device?

June 28, 2009 by · Leave a Comment
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A large number of people unfortunately acquire auto navigation devices since they seem like a good thought at the time but don’t get the most out of their buck. Very few investments in high tech equipment are worth it if you aren’t going to at least get your money’s worth. GPS systems are great was you discover yourself lost within the forest so to speak, but these may also assist you in finding alternate ways to travel if traffic is busy on your normal trip to the grocery store. They can help you to avoid roads that have been shut down for maintenance, or even locate a fast way around work which is being carried out along your way. Such tools may also help you find better ways to events and related than you may have been aware existed previously and these are not commanding nearly the cost that they brought in a mere two years ago.

Something you have to keep in mind when considering a brand new vehicle or a new auto navigation system for your current car is how much that you believe you’ll actually use the device. Even if you just save it for emergency use alone, it’s highly likely that during an emergency this nifty tool would be well worth ten times what you initially put down for it because it could save jobs, time, or maybe even lives (particularly if you are lost and searching for a hospital). For me, it’s difficult to put a price tag on the comfort which having a device such as this would bring however it’s truly well worth the 500-1,000 dollars that is currently being asked. Remember that when these systems first landed on the marketplace, one thousand dollars was on the ultra low end.

If you don’t use this device and just purchase it because it looks cool, then you definitely are not getting your money’s worth. High tech equipment is only great if it is useful to someone. Sitting there unused it is not helping anyone and is basically a useless expenditure of cash though on the far end of the spectrum however, you have people like me. By ‘like me’ I speak for those of us that might become totally disoriented and frustrated trying to find a way out of the driveway on dark and moonless nights. My system isn’t the top of the line model which features an unnatural capability to to aid you in parking the vehicle, however it is nice enough to help me figure out where I am and how to get where I’m heading from there.

Beyond that, my navigation system does not require complicated folds or my pulling off on the shoulder in order to read. It speaks to me (and doesn’t lose it’s temper) and lets me know where exactly to go next, I truly enjoy that about the device. I have no idea how the rest of you feel, but map reading is not a thing I have ever been able to do. That reality might have a little to do with the fact that it was not something I was ever truly interested in. Combine it with my substandard observation of distinctive landmarks and I was a bad driver. Literally, I got disoriented at the very least one time, if not two times per week prior to getting into the new world of navigation. While I can’t promise that you will enjoy the GPS device as much as I love mine (all systems are not created equal), I can pretty much bet that the driving you do, specifically on extended road trips, would go much more fluidly than it would without one.

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7 Great Computer User Tips – For Windows® Users Only

June 27, 2009 by · Leave a Comment
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An Easy Performance Enhancement

If you’re using the NTFS filing protocol on your system, instead of FAT32, you can get a bit more speed by disabling Windows® Indexing. The downside to this is that searching your drive for a specific file might take a moment or two longer, but everything else should run faster.

To disable this feature open My Computer and then right click on the drive you wish to reset – usually C-drive. Now click on Properties and then uncheck “Allow Indexing Service.” It will take Windows® a few moments to accomplish this task, based on your processor speed. If you have other hard drives, perform the same process for them. After this is done, it’s a good idea to empty the Recycle Bin and then Defragment your hard drive(s).

FREE Software

If you have a system and it does not have an office suite, such as Microsoft Office, and you don’t want to pay several hundred dollars to have one, try Open Office. This is a great alternative to other suites, and it’s free! Simply direct your browser to www.openoffice.org and follow the instructions for downloading and installation. Make no mistake, this free office suite is an extremely powerful set of software tools – easily a match for any competitor.

Internet Explorer (Microsoft’s Internet browser) is unarguably the standard in computers. This is why hackers develop so many malware applications to invade it. If you use a different browser, you have much less chance of an invasion by malicious software. There is a great alternative available, and it’s free. You can download a copy of Firefox at www.mozilla.org/products/firefox. You can even move your Internet Explorer settings into Firefox automatically – so you don’t lose your Favorites, etc.

Laptop Printer Fix

If you’re using a laptop that is running Windows® ME, and you’re having trouble printing through the USB, try this simple fix. Go to the website for the company that manufactures your printer. If you use a Hewlett-Packard, for example, go to www.HP.com and download the appropriate drivers and install them. ME has drivers that recognize the USB printer is present and attached, but not the drivers needed to make it print. Which drivers you download and install will be dependant on your printer. After installing new drivers, update the printer as necessary in the Control Panel.

Save $$$ When Shopping On-line

If you’re making a purchase on-line, and you know the item you want to buy, you can easily compare pricing all across the Internet. This can amount to a very substantial savings.

At this writing, I went to www.mysimon.com and typed in that I wanted to buy a printer: a Canon PIXMA iP4000. The service instantly checked the Internet and returned prices ranging from $62.00 up to $286.00. This kind of price spread is not at all unusual, especially for computers and electronics.

The My Simon website service only checks pricing, it does not provide a platform for purchasing anything, though it does link to such places. It also gives a rating for the sellers and other users’ input regarding their experiences with the company. You can order the results of the search for your product by price, so that you can quickly find the lowest price from the highest rated dealer.

Windows® XP Professional Only

A feature of Windows® XP Professional, that is not available in the Home Edition, is the ability to encrypt files. This encryption prevents others from opening the files in the folder you encrypt. To encrypt one or more a folders, follow these easy steps.

Click Start, then My Documents. Now locate the folder you wish to encrypt and right click on it and choose Properties.

On the General tab, click on Advanced. Put a tick mark in the box for Encrypt Contents to Secure Data. Click okay two times and the confirmation dialog box will appear allowing you to select the folder, the folder and all files, and/or the subfolders within it.

Now you’ll be able to place files in this folder (or folders) and since they’re encrypted, others will not be able to access them.

Internet Safety

You should never reveal your username or password to anyone who e-mails you and asks for it. This information is frequently asked for by an Internet scheme called “phishing.”

In a common phishing scam, you receive an e-mail that looks quite official. It usually appears to come from a bank or credit card company. A common title for these e-mails is “We need to verify your account information.” Another is “Please logon to your account and verify your settings.” If you do click where instructed, you’ll end up on a site that appears to be the real one. If you fill in the username and password for of your on-line banking account, you can expect serious problems within twenty-four hours.

If you believe that a company or business that you do on-line business with really does require your information, then simply contact them. This way, you will know where you are sending your information, and what it will be used for.

CD Burning Error Fix

Burning music, video, and data CDs has become quite popular over the past few years, and the evolution of the supporting technology has yielded hardware and software that is better than ever – and very reasonably priced. CDs offer a great place to store substantial amounts of data in a small, easily retained format. They also give us new control over aspects of our entertainment.

A relatively common error received during CD burning informs you that the CD cannot be burned, or that there was an error during burning. Of course, you could actually have a defective CD drive, but this is usually not the case.

If you receive a message indicating that your CD cannot be burned, go to the website of your CD drive manufacturer. Look for the list of CD types (manufacturers/numbers) that are compatible with your device. Most often, you’ll find that your CDs are not listed. The two types that seem to have the least difficulty being burned are manufactured by Sony and TDK. These cost a bit more, but they burn very reliably.

Along the same lines – H-P has introduced a new CD burner. This new burner requires the use of special CD blanks, but after you burn your data into the CD, you can flip it over and close the drive again. Then you can use the laser to burn a title for the CD directly onto the CD itself. It’s new technology, but perhaps it will catch on and we’ll see newer, better such devices in the near future.

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The Skinny On LCD Monitors

June 25, 2009 by · Leave a Comment
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There are advances being made in science and technology everyday, and a good example of this is the LCD monitor. LCD monitors have several benefits over the old chunky computer monitors that most users are familiar with. Old computer monitors, take up quite a bit of desktop space, put out a ton of heat, drain a ton of energy, and most often have low picture quality and resolution. Modern advances with the LCD computer monitors have changed a lot of that. The screen itself is flat, and very thin, needing very little desktop space, therefore giving you more room while working at your PC. A big advantage in my opinion is that LCD monitors don’t put off all the heat that the old monitors do. Those old monitors could quickly heat up a room, especially if you have more than one in the same space. LCD monitors require very little energy, making your wallet a little fatter by avoiding high energy bills. LCD monitors also reduce the glare, making them a better choice for gamers, and anyone who spends a lot of time in front of their computer.

A big problem with the old monitors, other than the obvious, is that if you forget to use a screensaver, images left on the screen will actually burn into the screen, which can affect picture quality, not to mention the fact that screensavers are just flat out annoying.

LCD monitors also tend to be less expensive on repair costs as well. They have less parts inside them to break, therefore saving you money in the event of a problem. Many people who have CRT monitors will just opt to buy a new monitor when something goes wrong, because it is often cheaper than trying to repair the problem, again saving you money.

As with any major purchase, it is important to do some research and shop around before making a final selection. Many people are often thrown off by the price of LCD monitors, but they are a good investment in the long haul of things. The good thing is that LCD monitors are quickly gaining popularity, so dealers have to work harder to keep their prices competitive, which puts the consumer at an advantage. Before going shopping, you should decide what type/brand of LCD monitor you need,
and know the average cost of that particular monitor, so that you can get the best overall deal. You should also have in mind what size monitor will best suit your needs, which will narrow down your search once you are actually at the store to make your purchase.

Purchasing any kind of new technological gadgetry can be a daunting task, but if you arm yourself first with good research and planning, purchasing an LCD monitor should be an easy decision. If you spend as much time in front a computer screen as most people do, an average of 3 hours a day or more, you will be thankful that you made the decision to purchase an LCD monitor.

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5 Things To Know Before Going Wireless

June 20, 2009 by · Leave a Comment
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Before you decide to go wireless or not, there are many points to consider. You may be asking yourself if wireless is for you. Well, today, many people are asking themselves the same question. If you watch the headline news, you are bound to see stories involving mergers, federal regulations, and new tax rules. This all points to the fact that VoIP has made a definite impression on American citizens and is here to stay. It may be difficult for some people to remove the telephone cords from their homes; we have depended on them for over 100 years. But once many people take the time to weigh the pros and the cons, most choose to go wireless. Here are some reasons, why you should make the switch to wireless.

1. Wireless Creates a Faster Network

Wireless networks are fast. With VoIP, you can create a network that incorporates data, audio, video, and computer web features. You can easily monitor your network for problems and troubleshooting is much simpler with web based applications rather than hardware applications. VoIP uses less bandwidth than other applications and this in the long run saves money. This is of special value to businesses. Businesses can also provide better customer service with integrated programs. Not only does this increase productivity, but also it saves time and money in the long run.

2. VoIP Saves You Money

Overall, VoIP is much more inexpensive then PSTN. You simply pay for your Internet service, and then whichever VoIP provider you choose. For a one time monthly fee, you can have unlimited local and long distance phone calls. You will need to check with the VoIP service provider that you choose for exact details on their rates. Sometimes, your VoIP service provider will allow free calls within the world to another computer, yet there may be a fee for calls worldwide to a landline phone. Always check with your chosen service provider for exact details regarding your chosen plan. Included in many VoIP service plans are free features. These features include Voicemail, Caller ID, Call Waiting, Do Not Disturb, and more. Again, check with your chosen service provider for an overview of all the features bundled with your plan. The biggest benefit is the unlimited long distance calling. This has proven to be the number one reason why most businesses are switching to VoIP. For businesses such as sales or jobs that have mobile employees, these benefits go without saying. But overall, the average cost of VoIP is considerably less when compared to the cost of PSTN.

3. VoIP Enables you to Talk with More than One Person at a Time

With VoIP, you can talk with more than one person without paying extra for services such as three way calling. With VoIP you can have more than three people on the phone at once. VoIP is the perfect solution for those who want to explore the features of conference calls. This is very important for businesses that have employees overseas. By using the video conferencing features, employers will increase their productivity.

4. Enjoy Greater Flexibility

By using VoIP, you can take your VoIP equipment with you whenever you travel. Your VoIP service provider will send you a converter that will allow you to use your converter with any standard telephone. The converter comes programmed with your telephone number, allowing you to take your phone and phone number with you worldwide. All you will need is a high speed Internet connection and you can use your VoIP phone service. This is of extreme benefit to mobile employees. No longer are outdated telecommunications systems necessary, or are employees trying to run businesses on prepaid cell phone plans. By using VoIP, an employee will have access to his/her phone number, wherever they are located. Whether out of state, in a hotel, or traveling on a business trip, customers will be able to call the same number as well as leave voice mail on the employee’s computer.

5. You can Save Money for Family and Friends by Choosing Your Area Code

Many VoIP service providers will give you the option of selecting your own area code number. This is a tremendous benefit to family and friend members who can call you locally, if you select the same area code number.

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Data Loss – Why You Should Use Off-Site Backups

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There is a calculated trend in all business corporations and firms: when the enterprise is getting bigger, its support of data increases its complexity, volume and value. The larger your enterprise is, the more significant your data files become. The traditional tape backup can no longer produce in-depth data information about all the important features of your business. That’s why many people get acknowledged to a more adequate file protection. A secure offsite backup system can be the possible solution. Business owners and offices managers have got it straight: if the business is to flourish, precise data information storage should be used.

Offsite backup systems offer something, which no other data store can do: they protect to the greatest extent all your files. But why should they do that, you may ask. Imagine you are a business owner. You have your own office computer, which is crammed up with all the valuable info. Well, what if the computer gets stolen, or a short-cut puts it out of practice? What will happen to your enterprise? If you are still not convinced enough to the rational extent, let’s consider the following statistic data. 1 in every 4 computer users suffers a critical data loss every year. Last years over 500,000 were stolen. Disk and other hardware failures are so numerous that major disk and computer manufacturers/resellers are reducing their warranties to 12 months. Over 25% of data loss is a result of computer program errors, software viruses and natural disasters (factors completely out of your control). 50% of businesses that lose their data never open their doors again. Of those businesses that do manage to stay open, 90% end up failing within two years. Data loss will cost business an estimated £12 Billion this year.

Still not believing? Consider the following fact: computer experts say that once data is lost, it can no longer be recovered to the full. Some data that contains pieces of valuable information will be forever lost in the digital space, with no hope of getting it back. Disaster recovery planning (DV) often fails to extract the lost files in the similar way as they were before the disaster struck. This happens because of the various regulations and compliance, which occur during the recovery process.

Data loss can happen to anyone, no matter how good the tape protection system is. There is no tape backup that can comprise all the valuable information without omitting some precious stuff. Text documents, financial records, contact records, address books, email messages and databases that you have created on your computer or servers may disappear forever unless you take a serious action to prevent it. The lost files are hard to recover, and it takes a lot of precious time and nerve-racking to recover even to the approximate extent the ruined system as it was before the disaster. The value of data highly exceed the mere cost of your computer or server, as you have to pay a great amount of money for reproducing the whole information as it was before the crack down. So, the most reasonable thing to do, if you don’t want to spend a lot of money afterwards, is to re-ensure your system using secure online backups.

Even though that is the sacred truth, most people avoid taking backup precautions. They leave their data files unprotected, and thus expose their business on the danger of bankrupt. Why do people do it? Because of laziness, because they don’t want to spend additional money, or just because they think that would never happen to them. Is it so hard to take some pre-consideration and backup your data? Sooner or later, everyone gets a strike in their unprotected file systems. Then it is too late to split hairs over the lost information. You should better take the action in advance and construct a data backup system, so that your files are fully protected and your business is ensured.

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Producing System Restore Images, The Ideal Way To Shield You System And Its Precious Data

June 2, 2009 by · Leave a Comment
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Notebook owners, at hand is without doubt one factor that you must be exceptionally uneasy about. This is saving restore images of each and every one of your laptop archives and software. Bearing in mind, if your laptop is had an adverse effect on with a bug of some type that threatens to wipe out data, you will not lose valuable information. How can you lose your files? There are many things that can happen that can cause the loss of your computer records. Not only can your computer be hit by a bad virus, irritating spyware, or malware, but other unlucky circumstances can also occur. For example, a lightening outburst possibly will short circuit your PC, if it is not protected by a power surge. This might erase your PC out, or make it totally unusable. The same thing holds true in the event of a power surge. Why, a simple child playing around your notebook can even do a great deal of injury! This is why it is in your best interest to keep backup files of everything that is important to you. What types of documents must you backup? The types of PC records that you ought to backup are entirely up to you. It all depends on what records are mainly imperative and beneficial to you.computer repair in london

The majority of users normally observe the subsequent types of records to be rated high ranking on their catalog of priceless documents: bank reports and investments, vocation projects, communication address books, digital pictures, wares, mps’s, or additional archives downloaded from the Net, Worldwide web bookmarks, and schedule diaries. How somehow will you backup your PC archives? Avaliable are a multiplicity of ways to backup your workstation documents. The most plain technique is to backup your documents just the once a week or one time a month determined by how much you operate your PC by placing your crucial information on a CD. If your computer does not have a CD drive to do the burning, you could always purchase an external hard drive to put the files on. External hard drives come in a large number of memory sizes. You can get one that is small enough to add on your keychain. The cost range for peripheral hard drives is wide.

You are able to acquire an peripheral hard drive for as trivial a price as fifteen pounds, or for as much as a small number of hundred pounds. avaliable room and miniaturization can regularly establish the value. Peripheral hard drives are characteristically plugged into your notebook by means of the USB port. Where ought you stow your notebook’s backup information? Once you have a backup of your notebook, where should you keep the information that are on a Compact disk, peripheral hard drive, or further piece of equipment? The reply is straightforward: anywhere protected ! It might even be a excellent initiative to back up your PC two distinct ways and next stow at least one of the archives in a safe. It rewards to have a secure copy of your records. It is always better to be protected than regretful! computer repair in wc1

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Microsoft To Liberate New Windows Seven This Year, But What Are Its Fortes And Drawbacks?

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Windows 7 is going to be a prominent release, I articulate this from personal experience as I have beta tested it for the previous couple of months, It falls short of the mark in a small number of areas, and will discover no position in the netbook marketplace. What the netbook in truth desires is a linux circulation, far less defenseless to virus and adware, that has the pro of being soft on resources and not requiring gigantic amounts of storage space. Any power client out there will put whatsoever operating system they be keen on on their netbook in order to acquire the most functionality and implementation.

New netbooks have advanced along way, and are far more eloquent than their predecessors, having two operating systems installed in a twofold boot config and running programs such as office 2007 and photo shop cs4 is undoubtedly viable with the present production of netbooks, they are at present less of a tech plaything, and more of a totally serviceable notebook.Windows 7 is jam-packed full with lesser renowned, but still positive, fresh and superior features, which whilst combined transfer better performance and efficiency, more helpful troubleshooting, superior security and a whole deal more. Windows 7 will turn out a big difference to your pc. As the indigenous pc professional you are possibly very used to connections and relatives asking for relief with their pc troubles, computer repair in wc1 The hitch is how to impart the quandary with the novice user. It can be a great deal frustrating, but microsoft have come to the rescue, and windows 7 is to include a great new solution in the bundled problem steps recorder. When any program starts behaving in an unstable method with windows 7 then all the user needs to do is, type PSR into the run console and then click start record. then continue whatever task they were doing. problem steps recorder will record every action, take screen shots, and package everything up into a single zipped analysis file when they’re completed, standing by for emailing to their admin or support person. It’s swift, easy and helpful, and will no doubt mend scores of headaches over the years to come. With Windows 7 is on aim for a Christmas publication, how will it go in the existing fiscal conditions? Customarily this is good time to issue a new OS with countless people in receipt of fresh pc’s either for Christmas or in the January sales. This should produce plenty of trade in the shape of Oem’s sales and might help increase sales of brand new computers. It’s hard to see windows 7 not being prepared for release by Christmas 2009. The gratis beta that many enthusiasts are running as their lone operating system is timed to end on august 1, 2009.

It would be a awful error for Microsoft to fail to spot the chance of having a industry release prepared for these by now won over beta testers on the date the trial edition expires. Expecting windows 7 to be in the shops by summer might be a little over confident. But the indication is there to hold up this contemplation. computer repair in london Just a few weeks back Microsoft announced a without charge upgrading plan for any patrons who bought a brand new system with Oem vista installed following July 2009.

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Nokia 5330 Xpress Music – A Flip Phone Review

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Nokia has launched its Xpress range of mobile phones for the music lovers. The Nokia 5330 XpressMusic is one of the phones among them. The phone has good quality of music along with the functions that even doubles the music enjoyment. In fields of other feature the phone is no where behind its competitors in the market.

Looks and display
The Nokia 5330 XpressMusic is a slider phone with edgy and smart looks with its top sliced design. The illumination effects in the phone make it even more stunning. The physical dimensions of the phone are 101 X 49 X 14mm with weight of 113 grams. The phone has True Color TFT display of 2.4 inches with QVGA resolution of 240 X 320 pixels. There are 16 million colors of the display that makes the menu and the images very bright and sharp.

Camera
The Nokia 5330 Xpress Music has 3.2 MP cameras with LED flash. The camera captures images that are clear and bright. The 4x digital zoom of the camera takes the far away images of high quality and precision. Video recording can also be done using the camera at speed of 15 FPS.

Memory
The phone has internal memory of 64 MB that can expand using the MicroSD card and TransFlash. Thus you can store all your favorite pieces of music, images and video in the phone and enjoy whenever you want.

Messaging
For being connected to your loved ones through messaging the phone has SMS, MMS and email facility which is supported by WAP 2.0 and HTML technology. You can also chat with your friends on the phone.

Network and Connectivity
The 5330 XpressMusic operates on network of GSM 850/900/1800/1900 and WCDMA 900/1900/2100 network. The phone has good connectivity features that include facilities of GPRS (class 32), HSCSD, EDGE and GPRS. These technologies allow you to share your data freely and easily.

Social Networking
For the people fond of social networking, this phone is a good choice as it gives access to the social networking sites like Ovi, facebook and MySpace just by using the widgets and shortcuts on the home screen. So just enjoy socializing with your friends using the phone.

GPS
The phone has built in A – GPS receiver and pedestrian navigation that helps you to identify the location and point of interest with the help of Nokia Maps. So now you can quickly catch up with your friend and loved ones using the A-GPS.

Music
The music is the heart of this phone. As the name suggests the Nokia 5330 Xpress Music is a phone for the music lovers. The phone has enhanced S40 music player which supports wide range of audio formats like AMR, M3, AAC, AAC+, AMR, WAV and many others. The multimedia player on the phone further adds up to the entertainment level. There are dedicated music keys on the phone that helps you to take total control of the music. You can enjoy the music on the phone with built in speakers or included stereo headset. There is also an option for using headphones with 3.5 mm of AV Plug.

With the advent of technology in the mobile sector for the last few years, the entire idea of the mobile handset has changed. The mobile phones are no longer used only as the means of communication; rather they serve multiple purpose of PC, Camera and music player. Now people want to carry single gadget called mobile that serves their use of office and entertainment. There are certain phones that are dedicatedly designed to meet specific functions besides communication. The Nokia 5030 XpressRadio phone is one such phone by Nokia that serves the specific need of good music to its users along with communication features.

Music Features
The entertainment quotient is high on mobile phones these days. People want to enjoy good quality music on their phone no matter where they are. The Nokia 5030 XpressRadio is capable of satisfying its users with its features that provides good music to the people all over the world. For the first time Nokia has introduced the internal FM radio antenna in this phone. This internal antenna eliminates the need for the external speakers and the headset in the phone. The phone acts as a portable FM radio if it is placed sideways on the table. The one touch button for operating FM radio along with the channel selection keys on the phone adds to the convinience of enjoying the music. The battery back up of the phone lets you enjoy the music non stop for 24 hrs.

Additional Features
The phone has other additional features that make it a good choice. The phone is handy and small with physical dimensions of 108 X 45 X 15 mm and weight of only 85 grams. It has 1.8 inches of TFT color display with resolution count of 120 X 160 pixels along with 65k colors. The navigation button of the phone is 5 ways that facilitates easy operation of the functions. The phone has one touch activation torch that helps you during times of dark. The battery backup of the phone is good which last for about 525 hours in standby mode and 10 hours in talk time mode. Other features of the phone that facilitates communication and calling includes call waiting, integrated speaker functions that is hands free, call hold, automatic answering, call, speed dialing, vibration alert, conference claim and many others.

For messaging to your near and dear ones the phone has SMS and MMS facility. You can store around 250 SMS in the phone. The memory of the phone can store 1000 phonebook entries along with the capacity to store last 20 dialed, received and missed calls. Other features include clock, converter, stopwatch, calculator, spreadsheet, and pre paid tracker, reminders and countdown timer. The phone operates on GSM network with 850/900/1800/1900 service. You can also enjoy MP3, Polyphone and video ring tones on your Nokia 5030 XpressRadio.

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LG Arena – Upscale And Glossy Cell Phone

April 25, 2009 by · Leave a Comment
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LG is always known as the maker of sleek and clean mobile phones with really soft touch and a sense of luxury. Imagine LG Prada. Cell LG phone camera Arena on the other hand is a really stylish mobile phone that compliments any executives or even CEOs. There is no denial that most people prefer LG mobile phones for being beautiful on the outside and inside.

LG Arena is proud of its 5.0MP camera. From great quality to excellent pixels, this is what you need if you hate to carry around another camera, which your mobile phone can substitute easily. Whether you are having your own business or not, you need HSDPA for easy internet connection.

Apart from having the privilege of connecting to the internet, you can check your emails, reply to emails and even connect to your colleagues, friends and family using social networks. LG Arena is all about making your life easier. Therefore, if you want a gadget that can helps you to manage your life and work better, LG Arena is the one to go. Otherwise, you might want to consider other LG mobile phones.

The LG Arena is sure to hit the mark upon release as it uses a whole new interface designed by LG to offer an unparalleled experience for the user. The new “s” class interface is designed to be super-quick, easy to use and very very smooth in motion thanks to integrated hardware acceleration.

It can display the menu in either 3D or video real format and looks absolutely stunning on the 3″ display. The display offers a 800 x 480 pixels which give exceptional clarity and make web browsing and video playback a lot more pleasurable.

The displayed image automatically adjusts between wide and tall display modes as you turn the handset which makes using the Arena as a SatNav device a viable option as Google Maps come pre-loaded with it. Memory capabilities are quite astonishing with the LG arena as it has 8Gb of embedded memory which can be upgraded via microSD cards by a further 32Gb – Thus giving the potential of a truly whopping 40Gb – Awesome ! Obviously it supports all kinds of video and file formats and makes a superb video player as well as gaming device. As well as the usual MP3 player, it also includes an FM radio which are becoming more and more standardised of late on most higher spec handsets. The LG Arena is one of a small number of handsets that actually ticks, or almost ticks all of the right boxes. It’s a 3G phone so it can be used for video calls and has fast broadband like speeds for web browsing and data transfer and it’s crucially Wi-Fi enabled too which means you any Wi-Fi hotspot is there for the taking for fast free access to the web, mail and so on.

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