Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Leading Mobile Operators Announce Commitment to NFC Technology

Many leading mobile phone operators worldwide, such as America Movil ,China Unicom,  Bharti, German Telecom, Axiata Berhad Group,Orange, KT Corporation, Qtel Group MTS, Telecom Italia, Softbank Mobile, Telefonica, Telekom Austria Group, Vodafone and Telenor have expressed their commitment to Near Field Communications Implementation Technology (NFC), and for commercial NFC services launched in selected markets, 2012.

"NFC is best known for his role in mobile payments known, but their applications go far beyond," said Franco Bernabe, CEO of the GSMA, Telecom Italia. "NFC is a significant opportunity for innovation and a wide range meaningful service and consumer applications, such as couponing mobile ticketing, mobile, exchange of information and content, access to cars, houses, hotels, offices and parking to facilitate much more. "

The market potential of NFC is significant - according to Frost & Sullivan, the value of total payment of NFC over € 110 000 000 000 in 2015 - and the momentum behind the technology is very fast. For the world the opportunity and useful new services for mobile users, the operator community focused on how the standardized use of mobile NFC with the SIM card as a security element to provide authentication, security and portability.

To do this, the GSMA to develop certification and standards necessary for interoperability testing NFC overall service guaranteed. This interoperability is critical to the widespread adoption of NFC technology, which allows users to take advantage of NFC services worldwide, regardless of network operator or aircraft type.

"As we have seen, adopting different approaches to the NFC only serve to fragment the market," said Bernabe. "By combining a single standardized approach to NFC and mobile through the collaboration of the entire ecosystem to develop our industry to continue the services attractive to customers demand."

Nokia C6 Price & Specifications

 Dimension  113 x 53 x 16.8 mm, 80 cc  
 Weight   150 g  
 Battery   Talk time Up to 7 h, Stand-by Up to 384 h, Music play Up to 30 h  
 OS   Symbian OS v9.4, Series 60 rel. 5 
 Memory   240MB built-in, 2GB microSD card included (supports up to 16GB) 
 Processor   434 MHz ARM 11 
 Connectivity   Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP, USB, WLAN (Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g), GPRS Class 32, EDGE Class 32, 3G (HSDPA 3.6 Mbps)  
 Display Size   360 x 640 pixels, 3.2 inches, (Accelerometer sensor + Proximity sensor)  
 Display Colour   TFT resistive touchscreen, 16M colors  
 Frequency / Band   GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 (HSDPA 900 / 1900 / 2100 HSDPA 850 / 1900 / 2100)  
 Browser  WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML, RSS feeds  
 Colors  White, Black  
 Entertainment   Stereo FM radio with RDS, 3.5mm audio jack, MP4/H.264/WMV player, MP3/WMA/WAV/eAAC+ player, Yahoo Messenger, Google Talk, Windows Live Messenger, Games (built-in + downloadable)  
 Camera   5MP, 2592 x 1944 pixels, autofocus, Geo-tagging, Video (VGA 30fps), 2ndary  
 Other Features   GPS + A-GPS support, Flash Lite v3.1, Document viewer (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF), Voice command/dial, Speakerphone, QWERTY keyboard  
 Ring Tones   Downloadable, Polyphonic, MP3  
 Messaging   SMS, MMS, Email, Push Email, IM  
 Price   Price in Rs: 22,900    Price in USD: $267  

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Buying cell phone- Things to keep in mind

In the last decade the cell phone industry has grown thousand times around the world. A cell phone is somewhat necessary for an individual to continue with the hectic life of the current era. A few years ago, a cell phone was not considered a necessity, a luxury that was enjoyed by a few individuals. But nowadays, life without a cell phone seems impossible. People worldwide are addicted to the use of a cell phone. This is mainly due to the cell phone is no longer just a cell phone, but it became like a personal digital assistant (PDA), music player, a Global Positioning System (GPS) and more. Everyday different manufacturers around the world are introducing models with new features. That's what you need to consider when buying a cell phone. You must be sure the features you want to suit your lifestyle as well.

The question of money
Today, there are many options for a person buys a cell phone. Each company is to produce models with the latest technology and features everyday. The price is the main thing that made a difference in these models. An expensive phone is likely to have higher performance, reliability and better than a cheaper technology. Everyone wants a best phone on the market for it, but the high price of mobile phones comes from the way so the price is a big thing to consider when buying a cell phone. But the expensive and sophisticated phones are not the choice of the world, there are people who just want a simple cell phone that is not much more expensive, but it does its work like a cell phone. It also has more planned in expensive phones, no need of all.
Therefore, the price is an important element to take into account each time you buy a cell phone. Do not buy a cell phone just because it's expensive, buy the one that suits your needs.

Choices of Different Vendors and models
Fortunately for our customers today are many cell phone manufacturers that have a large number of models for customers to choose from. Each vendor has some advantages that the other lacks in. This creates a great competition which is healthy for the cell phone industry. This also leads the competition in the price reduction that is beneficial for the end user.
Some people have a taste for a particular brand, but they still have much choice in the models proposed by the same brand. Every other day, a new model is launched by a company, it is a business strategy to keep a customer stick to their brand and attract more.

Research is always better
It is always best to research the phone you buy before you go shopping really. There are several ways to learn about this phone, the best of the internet. You can read the commentary on the Internet for phone and see if there is a problem with it. You can also hear people's views on certain features offered by this particular device on the Internet. I also try to read the account of a voice on the phone, but will clarify their opinion in your mind.
Therefore, I must say that to get the desired satisfaction, that should be considered before buying a cell phone.

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Mobile Phone Viruses- Simple measures to protect Cellphone

What is a cell phone virus?
A virus is a program code that spreads by copying to another program. Viruses can be transmitted by e-mail or file downloads. Some viruses take effect as soon as your code is running, other viruses lie dormant. A virus is back as an attachment or as part of a network message is known as a worm replicates.

Viruses can range from mild to very poor, ie, data from the infected phone, delete or send fake messages that are supposedly the owner of the phone. What is the prevalence of mobile phone virus? The security risks of current mobile phone viruses and worms is low.

So many other smartphones and PDAs in use, and users of these devices are regularly replaced executable files is to keep the risk low. The mobile phone industry is the threat of viruses very seriously and is constantly monitoring protect their networks and working groups, users of a future threat of mobile viruses. There are some simple steps to apply for individual users to protect themselves.

What can I do to protect my phone?

The following tips can help avoid problems with viruses on your phone:

1. Switch to Bluetooth hidden mode. If your cell phone with Bluetooth capability, Bluetooth, hidden or invisible mode is safe unless you have to see it be able to. In order to prevent other Bluetooth devices, see your phone and protect your phone from worms that spread over Bluetooth wireless technology.

2. Be careful of before opening attachments. to open for applications through Bluetooth or MMS attachments, please be careful when opening an attachment as would on your PC, as it may contain malware. Ensure that the application or the installation of a known source, and is cautious when opening text files that are unknown to them, even if from a friend.

3. Only download content from a trusted source. trusted sources can provide operator portals and other popular brands that offer adequate protection against viruses and other malware. Note that question, which can, as with users from malicious or fraudulent e-mails false appearance of a reliable source.

4. Consider anti-virus software. Some software is available for mobile virus protection. You may need to download the software to see.

5. Contact the manufacturer of your phone if interested. If you think you have a virus, call the phone number online for the care instructions of the manufacturer. You can help confirm whether this is a virus and the problem solved.