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The Mobile Device Selection Guide

Thu, 26 Feb 2009 02:38:00 +0000

In this productivity competitiveness era, mobile phone has become the most important and essential gadget of this decade. Selection of mobile phones is also crucial to individual. The right type of phone not only enhances one’s productivity but also brings great entertainment values.There are four major platforms in which mobile devices adopt currently in the market. They are: Windows Mobile, Palm OS , Symbian OS & OEM Proprietary OS. With the advancement in mobile phone technology, irregardless of the OS/ platforms, most mobile phones are endowed with camera, music player, video player, internet access, office tools, 3G technology for video call and fast connectivity. These handsets include Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Motorola, Samsung, HTC, Eten, Dopod, Asus, Palm etc.The most popular Mobile phone OS is Symbian OS. Within the Symbian OS, it has several series & edition. Nokia has its own Series whereas most of the mobile phones adopt 60 Series. Symbian OS series includes Nokia 30 Series, Nokia 40 Series, 60 Series, Nokia 80 Series, Nokia 90 Series, UIQ Series & N-Gage. Due to its wide range of series, the software compatibility is a major issue for such phone.The next popular Mobile device OS is Window Mobile developed by Microsoft. This OS is less complex in terms of edition as compared with Symbian OS. It started of with WindowCE, WM2002, 2003, 2003SE, WM5.0 & the most recent WM6.0. Unlike Symbian OS, the various version of Window Mobile is the upgrade of the previous version. As such, some software running in older Window Mobile version is still compatible with the latest version of OS. Most importantly, almost all software is compatible to all Window Mobile OS operated devices. This gives a wide variety of software for Window Mobile OS operated devices.Palm OS is used to be a very popular OS due to its low consumption in power & memory resource. With the emergence of wide range of Window Mobile devices and Smart phones from various manufacturers, coupled with the improved battery and memory technology, this has overcome the previous issues and concerns. There is also lots of software written for Palm OS, ranging from productivity to entertainment and no worry about the compatibility issue.The least popular OS is the OEM-proprietary OS. This is a common practice adopted by manufacturer back in 1997 when the smart-phone technology is not that matured and standardized. The disadvantage of using this OS is the software. Most phones are not software upgradeable.When thinking about the type of mobile device to buy, you need to think about what you will be doing with it. Will it merely be a device to organize contacts and daily activities? Will you need e-mail and Internet access? Will you want to use it to connect to a corporate LAN? Some models will go so far as to entertain you, letting you listen to audio books and music, read electronic books, view images and video clips, or play games. If you have specific needs, such as digital imagery, GPS navigation, or bar-code reader, you'll have to install third-party software in the market —as long as your device supports these capabilities. The more features you want, the more you'll pay.Howhai is the writer for http://howhai.com which features electronics gadgets resources, including pda-phones review, mobile phone promotional free-trial, fun video conversion tools... Check out for useful tools and information at this site: http://howhai.com[...]



GPS and the ETEN G500

Wed, 25 Feb 2009 02:35:00 +0000

ETEN is a rather new brand to the South African market, and its latest GPS doesn't disappoint. The G500 sports a rather unique design that looks like something out of sci-fi movie. The buttons on the front of this device are flush with the body and are only separated by a blue line which lights up when the device is in use. Physically, it is also not overly bulky, and will fit in your pocket with ease. Its looks are also rather deceiving, because the ETEN G500 not only sports an integrated GPS receiver, but it's also a fully-fledged Pocket PC and cellphone. We appreciated the fact that the developers of this product also opted for a built-in GPS receiver, as a fold-out antenna can be cumbersome to use. Under the hood you will find a 400MHz Samsung processor with 12BMB of flash ROM and 64MB of RAM.

The operating system that ties this system together is Microsoft's Windows Mobile 5. The bundle that ships with the G500 is also rather impressive, and everything you need is available right out of the box. Not only does it feature an AC adapter and USB sync cable, but there is also a car charger and mount allowing you to view the GPS map while you are driving. Even though the G500 doesn't natively ship with any GPS software, the suppliers, Just Mobile, bundle HandyMap Al with each device. Even though this PDA/cellphone/GPS hybrid should eliminate the need to carry multiple devices, we were disappointed by the lack of Wi-Fi support, especially comparing it to some of the other devices in this roundup. Having said that, the ETEN G500 offers solid performance and is sure to turn a few heads when you use it.


More uses for GPS and the ETEN G500


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How to Watch TV on Your Blackberry Phone

Wed, 18 Feb 2009 04:08:00 +0000

Watch TV on your Blackberry Smart phone. Yes that's correct!

American Company Sling Media have now rolled out the ability to watch TV on your Handheld Blackberry Device. News was released at this years Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show. Blackberry users can now watch their TV on the go and anywhere in the world.

You might have heard of the Slingbox by Sling Media. The technology transmits a signal from you home television to your high speed broadband service. This will allow you to receive TV on your Blackberry, anywhere there is a broadband connection. Its been around since 2005, however the ability for it to be used with your Blackberry device has just come on to the market.

By downloading and installing the firms software called SlingPlayer onto your Blackberry, you will never miss watching your favorite TV program again. The software also allows you to control the Slingbox from wherever you are in the world. So if you forgot to set the timer to record Friday night football and you live in New York, but have flown to London for the weekend, well just use your Blackberry as a remote to record it back home, or better yet watch it there and then in hands.

This is very exciting news for all Blackberry users. This is because not only do the phones come fully equipped with email, web, multimedia and phone capabilities, they now allow you to be able to watch your TV whilst at the beach or in the park.

To read up on how you can watch TV via your Blackberry visit: http://www.squidoo.com/watch-tv-blackberry


by : John_Domenico




Enjoying SMS Messaging With a Blackberry

Wed, 18 Feb 2009 04:04:00 +0000

With the introduction of Blackberry, SMS messaging has found a new home. SMS messaging, also known as text messaging, is just one of many things that can be completed with a Blackberry.

The Blackberry, which was first introduced to the world in 1999, is a special wireless handheld device that supports a number of technology features. In addition to text messaging, a Blackberry is also capable of acting as a mobile telephone, of performing Internet faxing, of completing push email, and even of web browsing. Some even offer two-way radio capabilities.

The Blackberry first gained attention because of its email capabilities, despite the fact that it originally only offered a monochrome display. Today, the most popular models of Blackberry have color displays and the number of features offered on the Blackberry continue to evolve.

Blackberries are also used as personal organizers, as they are capable of maintaining an electronic address book, to-do lists, calendars and more. To make their use even easier, Blackberries also have built in keyboards, making it far easier to type in text messages with a Blackberry than with a traditional mobile telephone. In addition, the keyboard is set up to be easy to type on with only the use of the thumbs.

Blackberries are also an excellent alternative to mobile phones when it comes to text messaging, as some don't even require having mobile phone service coverage. In addition, they are Wi-Fi compatible, which is very useful for businesspeople using the Blackberry in order to maintain access to their email as they travel. With the help of the Blackberry, businesspeople can remain continually updated and in contact with their clients no matter where they may be.

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iPhone Alternatives - BlackBerry Storm 9530 Smartphone

Tue, 17 Feb 2009 04:02:00 +0000

Great news for all BlackBerry fans! To put it simply, The BlackBerry Storm 9530 Smartphone is Blackberry's answer to Apple's iPhone. It is designed to meet the needs of both casual and business customers, incorporating many basic and advanced applications. It has a cool 3.25-inch 'clickable' touchscreen that responds to touch very much like a real keypad. The touchscreen actually physically depresses slightly on touch, giving a distinct feeling that you have pushed a button. This highly improves the typing experience on the BlackBerry Storm 9530 Smartphone. This feature alone is a good enough reason to buy this Blackberry instead of the iPhone!

The BlackBerry Storm 9530 Smartphone has a lot of similarities with other Blackberry models in terms of interface and functions. Blackberry phone user can quickly familiarize with the interface of the new model, as many of the applications uses the format similar with older Blackberry models. The iPhone interfaces and functions, as many know, are very different from other phone models, and even a little 'eccentric'. The BlackBerry function and features are much more accessible and user-friendly compare to its peers in the market.

When viewing text messages, videos or images, the BlackBerry Storm 9530 Smartphone can switch between portrait and landscape modes by rotating the phone, just like the iPhone does. The Blackberry model also supports, MMS, video calls and a host of major instant messaging services. The dimensions of this phone are almost exactly the same as the iPhone. This phone is perfect for those who are looking for a phone that has familiar features yet incorporates the latest technologies found in new smartphones (such as those found on the iPhone)

For more real reviews of the BlackBerry Storm and other iPhone alternatives, visit: http://blackberrystorm.treeso.com/




Why to Choose Cell Phone Like Latest Blackberry Phones?

Mon, 16 Feb 2009 03:59:00 +0000

BlackBerry Phones require no introduction. However, for those who are new and are inquisitive in knowing about Blackberry here are few quick facts about them. Blackberry phone has been developed by Rim and is known for providing mobile phones all over the world with competent solutions. People have appreciated their latest cell phones technology like BlackBerry pearl and BlackBerry 8800 series for their strong influence because of the style, sleek, compact and integrated mobile solutions. Beside this smartphones have enabled people to stay connected in business and personal life. They have made the lives easier and better. Some of the features of the latest Blackberry cell phones are Digital Camera, GPS navigation with the help of Blackberry mapping, Media Players, and much more. These features vary from one model to another.

To help you understand better about Blackberry phones better lets discuss one of their make like RIM Blackberry 9500 storm. This smartphone has touch screen facility, 480x320 pixel touch screen display, auto screen rotation, 1 GB of internal storage, 128 MB expandable RAM, etc.

Beside these other latest Blackberry phones are Blackberry 9000, Blackberry pearl flip 8220, Blackberry pearl 8120, Blackberry 8820, and Blackberry curve 8320.

Blackberry pearl flip 8220 is smart, stylish and sleek. It helps you in being socially connected and provide you with pocket size entertainment zone.

Black berry curve 8320 has personal organizer, vibration alerts, integrated hands free speaker, standard battery for LI-Ion 1100mAh, voice dial, media player, 2 mega pixel camera with high image resolution and flash, Blackberry maps, trackball navigation, etc.

BlackBerry 8820 smartphone is smart phone with power pack features. They have premium finish and are on stop destination for people who like to communicate.

For more details about blackberry cell phones please visit us: BlackBerry Cell Phones and Cheap Cell Phones.



by : Qayam_Khan





Confidential Script - Making Services Installasi Install Script

Thu, 12 Feb 2009 12:52:00 +0000

After I read the ebook "Install Your Own Script," I can open a business installation script. Easy to install script, any sizable income, one can not even get $ 20 more, depending on the script so that the installkan.

If I like a script or install every so often I install, so everything is definitely easier. Moreover, I already understand how to install the script.

You can also open the service installation script after reading the book "Install Your Own Script"

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Why Your "Cutting Edge" Cell Phone Isn't

Thu, 12 Feb 2009 05:55:00 +0000

While cell phone technology in the U.S. provides us with an array of amazing features and services, in actuality, cell phone use and features are far more advanced in other parts of the world. Could cell phone plans in other countries even be called better?Plans available in other countries include:-Free incoming calls on cell phones-Ability to use phones on a pay-as-you-go basis, which means no bills or contracts to contend with-Receiving calls when there is no credit available on the phone-Very reliable coverage-Ability to make calls just about anywhere at anytimeBut that’s only the beginning.Cell Phones Internationally! On average, people abroad look to their cell phone as a source of new innovations. Cell phones abroad tend to be enjoyed and appreciated far more than in the U.S. Internationals love their cell phones and see them as an important accessory whereas here in the U.S. people see their cell phones as a necessary evil. Because so many people abroad already own cell phones and love them, international companies are constantly working towards adding on more interesting functions and features so as to influence users to switch to other models.Exciting Features & Functions! As everyone already knows, Japan holds the title for the world’s most advanced cell phone technology. Some cell phone carriers in Japan are offering their customers the ability to:-Watch TV on their cell phones.-Use their phones to expedite check-in activities at some Japanese and European airports. A few airports are experimenting with systems that allow passengers to check in at departure gates by identifying themselves with a cell phone.-Access a pocket PC and a Windows operating system, Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook as well as a camera in combination with their cell phones.-Buy waterproof phones for use in the shower.Just imagine how cool it is to manage everything with one small phone, which means never having to carry credit cards or cash around. And with just one small instrument, users can take care of a multitude of details.Other Interesting Features! Cell phones all over the world are rising to meet the demands of everyday life. Take a look at the latest cell phone technology from all around the world:-Some cell phones internationally incorporate phrases in English, Chinese and Korean and allow users to conduct business activities such as booking a hotel when traveling out of the country.-Many new models now offer a function that uses a global positioning satellite which determines the exact location of the user along with a map of the area. Great for meeting up with people when the location is unfamiliar!-For those who want to have a cell phone within easy access, a wristwatch-shaped PHS, (Personal Handphone System) is available and turns into a regular phone with the mere click of a button.-Motorola designers are trying to cultivate phones that read a user’s emotions.-Samsung recently announced the SPH-B5800 in Korea, which provides traffic details like “cleared,” “sluggish”, or “congested” that refresh every five minutes. The model supports the ‘Transport Protocol Experts Group.’ Information about local restaurants and useful travel guides is also offered.The Race to Innovate Just when you think there’s no possible way to get anything else into a cell phone, new technology comes along and adds something innovative to the cell phone scene. Today, a cell phone in other countries is no longer just a phone, but more of a multi-purpose apparatus that allows for the paying of bills, making travel arrangements, checking on weather and traffic, playing games, using as a computer, taking pictures, text messaging, and conducting business.All in all, while cell phone use in the United States is excellent, when compared with Japan, South Korea and European countries, the US still lags behind. And as new technologies ra[...]



Get Cellphone Ringtones

Thu, 12 Feb 2009 02:10:00 +0000

When you first get a cellphone it comes with ringtones that aren't exactly the most appealing. That is the reason why you can purchase ringtones of your favorite music artist, your favorite song, or any other sound that you want to be your ringtone. The new cellphones coming out these days come with high quality speakers which allow the sound quality to be that of an MP3.

Ringtones are able to be purchased directly from your cellphone provider but they usually are priced a little higher than other places. You see advertisements on TV for ringtones of the current top songs playing on the radio. The most popular place that people get their ringtones from is the internet. The internet lets you visit a website providing a ringtone service and just require you to enter your cellphone number. The ease of use that you can sign up and receive ringtones right to your phone makes the internet option the most popular.

You can personalize your cellphone these days with more than just a cool faceplate. Allow yourself to make a ringtone define how you feel about a person when they call. Maybe you have a song that you and a friend like to listen too, well when they call that song can be their specific ringtone which makes it easier for you to know who is calling without checking the phone. While many people like to spend money on games for their cellphone the prices are a lot more expensive than other options like buying a ringtone that suits you best.

Find the best ringtones and start personalizing your phone by checking out the easiest ringtone sign-up



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Chris Sacco





Smart Apple iPod Tips and Techniques

Wed, 11 Feb 2009 05:41:00 +0000

Are you thinking of buying an Apple iPod? Or have you bought one?Almost everyone and anyone that I know seems to have bought an iPod or at least is thinking of getting an ipod for themselves or their loved ones. The iPod is just so alluring! However, do you know what you should do after buying the iPod?Most people don't. Yet, market analysts estimate that the average iPod owner spend as much as 30% of the original iPod price on additional accessories! That's a whopping US$60-US$90 on iPod accessories that each iPod owner will spend!Many people are simply spending their money on the wrong accessories! In fact, many are going for fancy accessories such as car transceiver kit, wireless remote kit, speaker kit even without realizing what are the first accessories they should get.Get the Basic iPod Accessory before getting the Fancy Stuff!Do you, as a iPod user, faces these problems on a daily basis too?* iPod Screen scratches* Click wheel scratches* Mirrored back scratches* Messy iPod earphone cables* iPod overheating when being charged while in a silicone or leather case* iPod Screen scratches* Click wheel scratches* Mirrored back scratches* Messy iPod earphone cables* iPod overheating when being charged while in a silicone or leather caseDespite the technical and cosmetic superiority of the Apple iPod, there remain some teething issues. Weak batteries is one. Being easily scratched is another. These problems immediately lower the resale or trade-in value of the iPod, if any? This may not seem important but if you are trading in your older iPod for a new one, this does matter. It also sucks to see scratches and marks on the beautiful iPod. In fact, microscopic scratches takes place everytime you take the iPod in and out of pocket!Get a good-quality iPod case before ANYTHING ELSE!There are numerous iPod accessories out there. Many accessories are fanciful, some are good but most do not fulfil the basic need of the iPod. You need to protect the iPod from getting scratches and accidental marks before anything else.Before the iPod can serve you well, it must be able to take care of itself. So, before you even look further into getting your first iPod accessory or even if you have gotten numerous other accessories, make sure you first equip your iPod with either a good quality case or sleeve.The most common iPod cases in use are:Handphone sleeves converted to iPod sleevesThis is the most common as handphone sleeves are cheap and easily available. However, the mirrored back of the 3G and 4G ipod are easily scratched by theses sleeves as they run against the iPod. It is not recommended unless you have a budget problem.iPod screen and wheel sticky protectorsThere are transparent iPod screen and wheel sticky protector that are cut of the right size and stucked directly onto the iPod screen and wheel. However, there are various models in the market and some of the cheaper ones tend to curl and peel off after some use. If you are on a budget, a good quality screen and wheel protector is the minimum you should have.iPod silicone skinThis is the most common iPod case around. It looks like a good casing choice but it is in fact one of the worst, especially if you have bought a cheap one.These cheap silicone cases are being mass-produced in China with doubtful materials and design elements. Many of the cheap silicone skins in the market tear easily and pick up lint and dirt easily. They are also difficult to wash and maintain. I will not advise a silicone case unless they are made by some of the better and branded products from USA or Japan. A good model is found at: http://www.smart-ipod-ideas.comiPod Leather caseThe iPod leather case is one of the most popular case. However, do not get the Apple branded one if possible as it tears to scratched the mirror back and it does not have a covering flap[...]



Free Reverse Cell Phone Lookup Misleading Or Outright Scam?

Sat, 10 Jan 2009 07:13:00 +0000

Is there a FREE reverse cell phone or unlisted phone lookup service?Many places online advertise “FREE cell phone lookup services”, but in actuality the only really beneficial no-cost directories to be found are of landline phone numbers. Why is this? Because for a very long time, landline numbers have been openly published. The phone companies consider cell phone numbers to be private and are reluctant to release those numbers. Also, your cell phone bill is usually based on time used. Knowing that their customers don’t want to waste usage time, the cell phone companies refuse to publicly provide cell phone numbers.So, you won’t get much useful information from these “FREE” services if you’re looking for unlisted or cell phone number information. You can get some very general information from some of them, but not the name and address of the owner of the number.Recently I desperately needed to put an end to some obscene phone calls from a sicko unknown caller. For about a couple of weeks, I had been receiving calls from a no ID number. When I answered the phone, the caller said nothing but started panting and making sexual grunts and sounds. I found these calls frustrating, annoying and a little scary. The frequency of the irksome calls began to escalate on a daily basis.Finally, I did call the police who told me that there wasn’t much they could do since no actual crime had been committed. The police did tell me that I could call my phone provider and give them the exact time of the call or calls and that my phone provider would probably give me the originating phone number. This information did help somewhat, but since the calls were coming from a cell phone, I still didn’t know who was making the aggravating calls.Armed with the cell phone number of the persistent culprit caller, I fired up the old PC and began to search the Net for the elusive “Free Cell Phone Lookup Service”.Googling for a “Free reverse cell phone lookup service” is a maddening counterproductive activity, that is if you’re looking for real information like the identity and address of an obscene caller. Here a click, there a click, everywhere a click, click… I clicked every “FREE” Cell Phone Lookup Service that I could find only to discover a dead end with each subsequent frenzied click of the mouse. Basically, I got a large dose of the Online Runaround, something almost everyone has probably experienced at one time or the other. Every so-called FREE service that I tried eventually led me to a paid service costing from $4.95 up to $14.95.Some free cell phone lookup websites do exist, but they offer only limited information about a number. These sites "decode" cell phone numbers to help you determine the issuing location, carrier, and other publicly available information.In general, you'll be able to find out whether the number belongs to a cell or a land line, what mobile service provides the number, and which city and state the cell phone number comes from without ever paying... but the actual name and address of the registered user of that cell phone number won't be available (unless you get extremely lucky). I wasn’t lucky!After a couple hours, I finally got the message, the only way I was going to put a stop to the stinking phone calls was to use a premium paid cell phone lookup service. Paid reverse Cell phone directories are created manually by large companies who collect the information from various services. The process of compiling and creating these databases is very expensive and time-consuming which is why there is a charge for the information. I guess they have to pay their bills too!A word of caution… A large number of sites have popped up on the Internet offering cell phone lookups for a fee. Considering the limitations of these [...]



XpressMusic

Sun, 14 Dec 2008 13:24:00 +0000


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Nokia 5300, a member of the XpressMusic family.

XpressMusic is a brand name for a line of Nokia phones that are specially designed for music playback. All of Nokia's XpressMusic come with expandable MicroSD memory slots, so these phones can also be used as MP3 players. The XpressMusic range of phones was launched to compete with the Walkman brand series of Sony Ericsson.




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Have paid mobile phone - you love them

Wed, 19 Nov 2008 07:52:00 +0000

Once a luxury, mobile phones are an integral part of our daily lives. Imagine life without it! Difficult? Yes, this phone-charisma. Today, as well as easy to use mobile phones as communications devices, they have cameras, music players, game shows, has a Web browser can be used. In the world of mobile phones with the emergence of many new phone companies - is over. Excellent multimedia features, the latest handheld market are preparing for flooding and people. Bucket candybar design, scroll hwileseobuteo - cell phones can be used in any war.

How many types of cells are constantly selling, mobile phones is increasing. Some of the most-known address of the mobile phone contract mobile phone contract, 12 months free line rental, toll-free telephone and mobile phone sim to go to payment transactions. You deal with a mobile phone to complete the contract of any kind, and then to deal with a cell phone payment was not interested. Get paid to deal with prepay mobile phone is a cell phone. When you move your mobile phone payment purchase, pre-owned to get - to have a conversation you can load your credit. Where can you charge any additional credit is required. Payment and the best thing you go mobile phone contract, you can complete control of the mobile was in the habit. To pay contract with a mobile phone to make a deal, you're not going to the end of this month a surprise phone bill.




Choosing a Business Mobile Phone

Sat, 15 Nov 2008 21:10:00 +0000

When choosing a mobile phone for personal use, the buyer is usually looking for the latest style, the hottest color and all the little extra features that a phone can offer them. When choosing a phone for business, however, it is best to choose a phone that suits the needs of the business, not one with a lot of extra gadgets that you will probably never even use.When choosing a business phone, the main features that you may want to look forinclude:1. Large screen2. Easy to use interface3. Email capability – preferably via Blackberry Mobile email4. Calendar capability5. Camera if you are in a business that needs a camera phoneObviously these are features that you would not be looking for on a standard phone for personal use but you just never know when any or all of these features may come in handy for your business. There are several other things to keep in mind when looking for the perfect business mobile phone for you.A company that you may want to look into for help in finding the perfect business mobile for you is Telaustralia. They carry phones from top manufacturers such as Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Motorola, Samsung, LG, and 02 mobile phone hand sets. Also you can choose to get a phone for free with a 24 month plan or contact them to purchase one of their phones or handsets outright.Nokia is the traditional market leader for Mobile Phone handset sales, but over the past 2 years has faced much stiffer competition from the likes of Motorola, Sony Ericsson and Samsung who’s mobile phone handsets are gaining popularity. For typical Business use, longevity and reliability we still recommend Nokia Mobile Phone handsets followed by Sony Ericsson.If you want your Business Mobile Phone handset to be a useful Business tool and not a play thing full of gadgets you wont use, heres a few tips that may be useful in selecting your next phone.Consumers usually select a mobile phone based personal preference with brand, size, colour, flip phone or not etc. For a Business user however, selecting the right Business Mobile Phone handset to do the job should always be a matter of substance over style.As we have number portability in Australia you are no longer locked into one network or provider for your Business mobile Phones. With telaustralia you can bring your Business Mobile phone with you or we can provide a handset as part of your deal and have access to the Telstra Mobile Phone Network or the Optus Mobile Phone Network.Some of the features you need for your Business mobile Phone are -Do you need a flip phone or block style?Usually this is just personal choice but in some cases there are functional issues that dictate. eg. are you in an environment where there is a lot of dust? A flip Phone or clam shell style may be more suitable as it closes after use and this may reduce (but not altogether eliminate) the amount of dust that gets into the key pad and screen. Are you likely to drop or have impact on the mobile phone? If so a rubberized tradesman type of mobile phone may be more suitable.http://www.telaustralia.com.au/all-products.htmlBattery LifeLong battery life is essential for your business mobile phone, especially when traveling or on the road a lot. There is nothing worse than running out of charge at an inappropriate time - usually in the middle of an important call.. Look for mobile phones that use a lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery rather than a nickel-metal-hydride (NiMH) one. Li-ion batteries weigh less and provide 10 to 20 percent better performance than their NiMH counterparts. You'll want a mobile phone with a rated talk time of at least 3.5 hours, preferably closer to 5 hours. If your mobile comes with [...]



Nokia Mobile Phones: King of the Mobile Phones

Tue, 28 Oct 2008 10:11:00 +0000

Mobile phones are not only a communicating instrument but also a fashion icon as well as a status symbol. Latest and full of newborn technology mobile phones are the essential part of everyone’s life. Therefore many mobile phone manufacturers have come in the mobile phone market but no other mobile phone manufacturer is so much popular as Nokia. This Finnish mobile giant has changed the method of mobile manufacturing. All the latest ad newborn technologies are available in the Nokia mobile phones. In other words, Nokia, the renowned Finnish mobile manufacturer is always known for giving the best phones with latest technologies. Nokia's N-series mobile phones are just another achievement added to the glorious tradition of Nokia's perfection. The recently introduced Nokia mobile phones are another noteworthy output initiated by incessant outpouring of newer technologies.

The upcoming of newer technologies are really inspiring the mobile manufacturers like Nokia, Motorola, Samsung and LG to apply their expertise and knowledge to bring out phones with more enriched features. Nokia mobile phones of the N-series, the mobile phones are just superb highlighting 2-megapixel cameras, swiveling bodies and models with iPod-like music storage. The eldest of the Nokia N-series mobile phone the Nokia N70 is tiny and lightweight phone with 3G-capablities, 2-megapixel camera which can really add a zing to the life. Another member of the Nokia mobile phones the Nokia N90 is also loaded with a 2-megapixel capability that allows photography with great clarity. The screen of the Nokia mobile phone, N70 can be twisted and flipped to enable different shooting perspectives and also it allows video capture.



The Nokia mobile phones are perhaps the most sought-after mobile phones in the market. On the top of the Nokia mobile phones, the Nokia N91 is another evidence of the exceptionalness of Nokia mobile phones. With excellent music capabilities, integrated 4GB of memory Nokia N70 is another Nokia mobile phone which deserves wide appreciation. The Nokia N95, featuring a music player, visual radio, document viewer, Internet browsers and 5.0 megapixel camera is another Nokia mobile phone born to rule the mobile world. This two-way sliding Nokia mobile phone supports Quad Band technology and thus gives a refined feeling to the world of connectivity. Above all these mobile phones Nokia N95 8GB is the latest search in N Series of Nokia. Nokia mobile phones are just second to none, with superlative technology and innovative designs. Perhaps Nokia Mobile phones are all-time favorites any mobile phone user would love to possess. A pioneer in mobile telephony in various respects Nokia mobile phones such as Nokia 6280, Nokia 6233, and Nokia 6234 come with features and functionalities fit for all purpose and all class of mobile phone users. Whether in style or service, functionality or application, Nokia mobile phones can easily surpass any other brands in the market. Small, sleek and shiny Nokia handsets easily attract the attention of any onlooker. Having one in your hand you must be proud of. There are different deal of mobile phones as pay as you go, contract deal pay monthly mobile phones and many others. You are to search over internet and select the right dealer according to your requirements and any kind of Nokia mobile phone will be in your fist.


by : John Daniel



Location Sensitivity - Cell Phone GPS

Thu, 16 Oct 2008 11:00:00 +0000

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When these services become available, they will only be location based. Another words, most GPS's these days will actually give you your current altitude and most have a pretty fast refresh rate. The refresh rate is the time between position updates. An example; If you have a GPS in your hand that refreshed three times per second, this would be a very acturate reading. Even if you are driving at 70 miles per hour, the moving map on the GPS will be able to keep up with your actual location. That's an issue the engineers are dealing with on the Location Sensitivity system. It wasn't designed to have any type of refresh rate at all. Once a position has been found, it never was designed to refresh that position. (I guess if you are hurt, and you called 911, you aren't supposed to be moving. Hmmm, So if you fell off a bridge, and landed in the back of a truck driving down the interestate, I'm not sure if they would be able to locate you. They would know where you were when you!


first dialed 911, but as your location changes, they might not be able to find you). Supposedly, the 911 operator can pull a refresh, this would at least tell them the direction the vehicle is moving. But to locate you while you're moving, might be more difficult than anyone had expected.

Another problem with many of the handheld units, the actual speed of the processors within them. Most cell phones operate on around 1 to 2 MHz processor speed. Most Smartphones operate anywhere between 30 to 500 MHz. (Most new home computers are operating between 2 to 4 GHz processor speed, just to give you an idea). This is where the engineers are running into the biggest problem with creating a GPS refresh rate. The processors in all handhelds will just have to be faster than they are today. And like all of our other technolgies, I'm sure this won't be a problem very much longer for the designers.

Hmmm, soon we'll have Pentium 9 cellular and Smartphones running at 8 GHz processor speed! You know it's going to come to this, and it's not that far away.

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by: Robert Lett





10 Advantages of Buying a Cell Phone Online

Tue, 14 Oct 2008 09:55:00 +0000

The mobile or cell phone is a revolution in the modern world. It is a luxury and convenience. It helps people communicate, strike business deals, and entertain themselves. From a simple “phone on the move” device the cell phone has metamorphosed into a hand held device that can make and receive calls, be personalized to make a style statement, become a device on the go for listening to music, watching videos and movies, and a platform from where you can buy travel tickets and movie tickets, get sports updates, check daily schedules, and log onto the web to send and receive emails and hold video conferences. Cell phones come equipped with cameras and video recording devices and MP3 players.A cell phone is technology on the move.Buying a cell phone online is both easy and difficult. The wide choice and numerous options are mind boggling and confusing. The main advantage of buying a cell phone online is that your choice can be a knowledgeable online and you are not limited in any way as you would be in a store that just stocks a few models or brands.Among the many advantages of buying a call phone online are:1. You can surf the internet and view all the models in the market and read reviews and articles on each kind.2. From the many cell phone websites you can determine the qualities of different manufacturers of cell phones and find out what the pros and cons of different models are.3. If you are a newbie to cell phones you can through informative articles posted on the web find out what you as a user will need in a cell phone. You can find out which cell phone will suit your needs best and not buy a phone with features you will never ever use.4. Before you select a cell phone think about aspects like: size, weight, features, technology, reliability, whether the phone is delicate or strong, costs of repair and so on. There are documentations online on cell phones that will enable you to compare the features as well as pros and cons of different phones.5. Use online expert reviews to find out about low end and high end specs.6. The internet has many options: you can buy a cell phone form a manufacturer’s website or from online sites that offer cell phones at unbeatable discounts or from auction websites where you can place a bid for a phone model of choice.7. By choosing to buy a cell phone online you have the added luxury of comparison shopping. You can compare not just costs but features of different cell phone models by using online tools.8. If you are brave you could buy a high end phone online second hand. Often barely used cell phones are sold online for a third of their actual cost price. There are many advantages as well as risks involved in this.9. Immediate benefits when online websites that sells cell phones has a great exchange scheme as well as promotions which carry freebies like cell phone accessories along with purchase of cell phones.10. Great refunds of cash from promotional schemes run by credit card companies during festivals. Many credit card companies offer cash back incentives on online purchase made using their credit cards. If you are lucky you will not just get a cell phone but cash back too!The world of e-commerce is exciting and innovative and a great many websites deal with cell phones as well as cell phone accessories offering consumers a wide choice and range.by : Arthur Raise[...]



Shopping from your cell phone with Froogle Wireless

Fri, 10 Oct 2008 09:45:00 +0000

Many surfers already know about Froogle, Google's shopping portal that is still in beta testing. Google has now expanded their Froogle service so that it is available on WML-enabled cellular phones. Most newer cell phones that can connect to the Internet have this capability.

Users just need to enter wml.froogle.com in their cell phone browser, enter their product search terms, and scroll through results to find what they're looking for. The biggest advantage of this Froogle Wireless feature for consumers is the ability to comparison shop, no matter where they are.

Most people who have shopped on the Internet know you can often find significantly lower prices online if you are willing to wait for shipment. The problem in the past was that it was difficult to comparison shop between virtual merchants and brick & mortar stores.



As an example, when most of us are shopping at our local computer store, and notice they have blank CDs on sale, our first instinct is to stock up because the price looks so good by comparison to their regular price. But with an Internet-ready cell phone and Froogle Wireless, you would be able to search Froogle right from the store, and compare blank CD prices from online merchants with the sale price at the store. Taking into account shipping costs, whether you need the CDs immediately, and local sales taxes, you can then make an informed decision as to the true value of the sale price.

Since Froogle and Froogle Wireless are both in beta testing, some nice-to-have features such as sorting by price aren't yet available. This can be a problem when using a slower connection over a cell phone, but keep an eye out for improvements - Froogle Wireless will likely help you save money in real-time very soon!


By Jakob Jelling




10 Questions About Cellular Phones Answered

Sat, 04 Oct 2008 09:33:00 +0000

1. What's the difference between analog and digital phones?

Analog phones operate on an older and less effective technology. This technology doesn't scale well and is more costly. Analog service is not compatible with numerous new features. Digital phones are lighter and more compact and have a longer battery life. When you are inside of a calling area the quality is better than analog. Digital phones support new features like caller ID, text messaging or wireless internet services.

2. What is a Dual Band Phone?

A Dual band phone is a phone that can operate on an analog and digital service.

3. What type of battery has the longest life?

Lithium-Ion or Li-Ion batteries have the longest life. They also happen to be the lightest in weight. The two pluses means there is minus attached, which is price. A li-ion battery will always be the most expensive type of battery available.



4. What's the difference between the Stand-by time and Talk time?

Your phone is in standby mode when your phone is on but you aren't talking. The power consumption is minimal and the phone can stay in this mode for a longer period of time. When you are using the phone you are using talk time. This consumes battery power at a much quicker rate. Your battery life will be somewhere between talk time and standby time

5. What is a roaming charge?

A roaming charge is when you make a call from outside of your calling area. Your calling area is defined by plan local, regional or national.

6. What are peak and off peak hours?

Peak hours are during the day when the cellular networks are very busy. These minutes are at premium and your plan will typically include the smallest amount of these. If you use more than your allotted peak minutes they will be billed at a much higher rate than off peak minutes. Off peak is the exact opposite of peak time. Each cellular provider has their own definition of off peak.

7. What are anytime minutes?

Anytime minutes are simply put minutes you can use anytime, peak or off peak. On most plans you will use anytime minutes first.

8. Do I pay for the call when someone calls me?

Usually yes. You are billed for the airtime when you receive a call. However some service providers are offering unlimited in network calls.

9. Should I buy a cell phone or look for a free cellular phone?

Free phones generally speaking don't have the latest features, they are anywhere from 6 to 12 months behind. Also, free cell phones generally come with longer contracts. But, it is still possible to get a great deal on a free cell phone.

10. What to do if you want to upgrade/downgrade or cancel your service plan?

You can usually upgrade to higher plan without any cost. Some may force you to extend your contract for 1 to 2 years from that point. Downgrading your plan is often times not an option and when it is there is usually a penalty or fine.



by: Alex Fit




Protect Yourself from Cell Phone Bugs

Tue, 30 Sep 2008 10:00:00 +0000

Do you have conversations over the phone that you do not want others to hear? If so, then it may be necessary to protect yourself from cell phone bugs. Cell phone bugs are just as high tech as many other bugs, and can pose even more of a threat, since they are harder to detect. Depending on the bug that is used to listen to your conversation, you might not even realize that someone nearby can hear every word crystal clear.

Even if most of your conversations are of little importance, it is a good idea to make sure that you are well protected against cell phone bugs when you make a vital phone call. It is possible to decrease your chances of being listened to if you follow a few simple steps to avoid eavesdroppers.

Go somewhere where you know you’ll be alone. Some cell phone bugs intercept signals being sent. A person who looks like she or he is speaking on a cell phone has a special device that allows him or her to hear what you are saying on the phone. Additionally, make sure you are in a place where you can watch for newcomers.

Beware the charging or forgotten phone. Many cell phone bugs look just like they are charging or like their owner forgot them. If see a cell phone charging or lying nearby unattended, go someplace else. Someone may be listening in via the innocent looking phone.


Don’t accept new cell phones as gifts. The latest in cell phone bugs is a phone that works like a regular phone, but has a secret access number. If someone gives you a cell phone as a gift, be aware that he or she may be able to dial the phone and not only listen to what you saying while you are on the phone, but activate the cell phone’s microphone in order to hear anything that is going on inside the room.

With a little vigilance, you can avoid eavesdroppers through cell phone bugs. Best of all, if you use ingenuity you can “plant” false information for eager ears. You can outsmart surveillance and the use of cell phone bugs.


by: Kingston Amadan





Using VoIP With Your Cell Phone

Fri, 26 Sep 2008 09:18:00 +0000

Before many of us came to rely on cell phones to make long distance phone calls, our only option was to commit to a long distance phone company. Long distance carriers charged what were at times exorbitant by-the-minute fees to make calls to friends and loved ones often living only a few hours away. When cell phones came into prominence, they brought with them service plans that gave us such luxuries as free night and weekend calling anywhere domestically. Alas, even cell phones had their drawbacks, in that their reception was often broken up, and calls could be dropped unceremoniously. When along came VOIP, a new choice in long distance phone calling was on the horizon. VOIP has many different options, and now it seems that we have the choice of combining VOIP technology with cell phones. The prospect of VOIP cell phone service brings with it the potential for even more freedom and convenience, along with lower prices. Or does it?Normally, VOIP service is available in three modes: ATA, IP phone, and computer-to-computer. All of these services are common and available for use at your home computer. ATA, or analog telephone adapter, lets you connect your regular home telephone to your computer and use it for VOIP service by converting analog sound bits into digital data. IP, or Internet protocol, phones are telephones that are specially designed for use with VOPI service. These phones look just like a standard home phone, but are wired differently to be VOIP capable. You can have a cordless IP phone that allows you to move freely through your home or office as you talk. Computer-to-computer VOIP is achieved by installing software that you can get through a provider. You make long distance calls from your computer, and talk through a microphone that is hooked up to your machine. All of these services are convenient in their own ways, but do not have quite the portability that cell phones offer. That is why the idea of VOIP cell phones is so appealing. Potentially, it is the best of both worlds: portability and low cost phone service.Cost savings is by far the most attractive aspect of VOIP. With typical VOIP, you can expect to pay anywhere from $19.95 to $34.99 per month for a service that consists of many features, including free domestic calls, dirt cheap International calling rates, Caller ID, Call Waiting, 3-way Calling, among others. This, of course, is in addition to your current monthly ISP charge, which for broadband is usually around $40 per month. The combined cost for your ISP and VOIP services is likely to still be less expensive than if you were to remain in service with a traditional telephone company. However, this is not necessarily the case if you were to switch your cell phone over to VOIP as well.Providers that offer VOIP cell phone services usually charge a monthly fee in addition to a per-minute fee. If you don't use your cell phone often enough to meet or exceed your current allotted plan minutes, then it is simply not cost effective for you to subscribe to VOIP cell phone service. VOIP and cell phones go well together for those customers that regularly exceed their plan minutes or make International calls on their cell phone on a regular basis. And, if your Internet connection if prone to outages, you could experience the same dropped call occurrences that you might often get with a standard cell phone service.There is no doubt that VOIP is a reasonably priced and convenient way to bundle all of you communications together. VOIP service is improving all the time a[...]



Technology and Cell Phone Dating

Tue, 23 Sep 2008 09:15:00 +0000

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Just when I thought technology had finally outdone itself with online dating, it goes one better with cell phone dating. Does it get any easier than this?

Cell phones are not just for calling anymore. They went from talking and voice mail, to text messaging, to taking pictures, to tracking our location via GPS (not always necessarily in that order), and now to dating.

Cell phone dating is so popular in some countries, like Japan, that it's overtaken online dating. Now the phenomenon has spread to the USA to the tune of six million mobile-daters, and more coming onboard everyday. How many might be waiting to "hear" from you?



A web search will turn up mobile dating services like Webdate Mobile, Dodgeball, Zogo, Match Mobil, and SMS Flirt. You still have to go online to register, post profiles and/or pictures, etc., but then it's all cell phone. As with most anything online you'll want to check several companies to find the one that's right for you. It's important to look for a service that's compatible with your cell phone model, as well as your carrier.

Webdate's service requires a web-ready camera phone (more about these at nextel-i930-phone.com). With Dodgeball you can make a list of "crushes" while cruising through the photos, then while out cruising you can "check in" to see if one of your "crushes" has checked in also. If they happen to be nearby, you can text message each other and possibly get together. Zogo works something like online dating, but instead of e-mailing a potential date anonymously, you can speak to them by cell phone through Zogo's anonymous phone service.

If your current cell phone isn't equipped with all the required features, you can still date by phone by using SMS. It's quite simple in that no profiles or photos are involved. Text is just sent to and received from random suitors.

Each mobile dating service works slightly differently, and each has different requirements and costs. Most have a combination of some free features along with a monthly fee. With all that's available, and more coming, you're sure to find one that suits your needs and your budget.

by: Jay Jackson



What Is A SIM Card For A Cell Phone?

Thu, 18 Sep 2008 08:58:00 +0000

(image) A SIM card for the phone is like having a small computer in your computer. The SIM card stores a lot of data such as your messages, whether text or pictures, your phone number, reminders, files, value added services etc. What determine the phone number are actually the card and not the phone. In fact the mobile phone company keeps track of all your calls whether incoming or outgoing through your SIM card. They can identify the precise city and country that you have taken the phone to. In this way, the company charges you for the calls.


The SIM card is actually called a Subscriber Identity Module and is the size of a thumb impression. This tiny chip is a small microprocessor, but it packs in a lot of data and information. It’s inserted into the back of the cell phone that one is using and only then can the cell phone be activated. As soon as the cell phone is activated, it’s connected to the network of the cellular phone company. Thus one can start making and receiving calls.

Therefore when you switch over to another mobile company, you need to purchase another SIM card to make and receive calls. SIMS can have a memory of 16kb to 64kb as of today. Of course with convergence happening, SIM may have larger memories to take care of many operations.

There are two types of connections for SIM cards. One is a prepaid connection where you for a fixed calling value, let’s say $10, can get for example 100 minutes of talk time. The second option is that of post paid. After every billing cycle, the cellular company will charge you, dependent upon AA you can run a bill of $100 dependent upon the usage.


by: Johnny McKenzie



Tips For Buying A Cell Phone

Sun, 14 Sep 2008 09:00:00 +0000

There are so many sleek and impressive looking cell phones on the market these days that it's hard to resist the temptation to buy one. There is perhaps very little in the world of modern technology that now rivals the prevalence of the cell phone. Just imagine -- it can help you communicate with practically anyone at practically any time. Plus, you look good doing it, too.

Today's cell phones are so much more than means to communicate. You can use your cell phone as a personal planner, check on breaking news on the internet, send email, take photos, take videos, play games, send text messages and even dial numbers by through mere sound of your voice. Of course, having a phone with all this is not cheap, so it's important to determine just exactly what we need our cell phones to do.

The first choice is almost always dependent on our preference for a wireless service provider. The key items here are the kind of coverage it offers and the type of monthly service plan it has in your location. Once done, you will then have to select from the wide array of phones that your service provider has to offer.



Next, you have to think of the phone's features. If you're a world traveler, then you need a phone with global wireless standard. You will probably need a dual-mode phone that can communicate in both digital and analog. These are much more dependable for globetrotters than single-mode models, especially if you will be going to isolated places or rural areas where digital service may be nonexistent.

The next decision you will make is probably the most fun one: design. Do you want one of those phones that are designed like a clamshell and just flip open? Or are you more inclined towards those that look like candybars and don't flip open? For convenience, flip phones are tougher to use, especially if the base is lighter than the cover. Would you like a phone with a dual screen, the one with a small LCD on the cover as well as an internal display? The main considerations are that the phone should be easy to use, comfortable to your ear and made of a design that reflects your personal tastes.

Finally, you will want to decide on special features. What do you want your cell phone to do? Oftentimes, this consideration is tied in to how much we are prepared to spend, so it's not that difficult a decision after all.


by: Kadence Buchanan



What To Do If Your Cell Phone Is Lost Or Stolen?

Wed, 10 Sep 2008 08:51:00 +0000

There are situations in which sometimes we get in, that we feel rather helpless or without knowing exactly what to do or where to go for help. Having a personal cell phone (telefone celular) lost or stolen may be one of these situations. In cases like these the following tips may be of some help at least to minimize the potential problems you may run into.1 - You should take care of your cell phone (telefone celular) as if it were your personal wallet. The best way to avoid being liable with fraudulent charges is to do whatever you can within your means to avoid unauthorized calls in the first place. Check the user guide that comes with your phone set and start using the lock or password feature to potentially prevent a theft from making unauthorized phone calls. There are ways to get around passwords, but you will probably be buying yourself some time until you realize the loss of your cell phone and call your service phone provider.2 - Call your cell phone (telefone celular) service provider as soon as you discover the loss. Report your missing/stolen device and be sure to keep records of the date and time you called your phone carrier, the name of the person to whom you spoke to, and what you have been informed. Also take note of the state and the region of their call center, plus their telephone extension number. Finally ask for confirmation in writing that your device has been disabled. Some companies can even email this to you.3 - File a police report. It may not be much of a help in getting your cell phone (telefone celular) back, but it should provide an official record of the missing/stolen cell phone. Keep the police report number available while reporting the loss to the phone carrier. Also you may open an investigation with your carrier if necessary. If you are not getting an immediate response by working directly with your cell phone (telefone celular) company, do not waste any more time. Contact your phone carrier and request an immediate investigation. Usually a formal request for an investigation will prevent formal collections filed by the phone carrier, not to mention that might delay reporting to any credit bureaus against the phone user.4 - When requesting an investigation, let your phone carrier know that you will be filling a complaint with the Federal Communication Commission (FCC), your state attorney general`s office, and your state`s public utility commission (PUC). After taking these steps, the phone carriers will most likely pay closer attention to you, once they become aware that you are an informed consumer. According to a 2006 AARP/ROPER cell phone survey, half of all cell phone users between the age of 18 and over, report not knowing who to call to in the event their cell phone carrier is unable to resolve a billing/service problem to the user satisfaction. Beware that FCC is going to forward your complaint to your phone service provider, requiring a return from them within a month.5 - Contact your attorney general`s office. According to their website, state attorney general offices handles complaints about cell phone frauds and contract disputes. This office has lawsuits against phone companies based on phone user complaints, resulting sometimes in refunds to consumers and new agreements made by cell phone (telefone celular) service providers on behalf of their cell phone users. Also contact your state`s PUC. Each state has a government agency, [...]