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One more in Nokia Eseries E51 – Slim and Super

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Nokia today bolstered its Nokia Eseries portfolio of business devices with the introduction of the new Nokia E51 device. The slim and elegant Nokia E51 adds greater simplicity, faster access and tighter integration to key applications, while maintaining the smartphone capabilities and stylish design that customers have come to expect in a Nokia Eseries device. An all-round device, Nokia E51 is ideal for business professionals who require reliable, real-time access to business and people, need to manage time effectively and value a single device that is easy to set up, maintain and use. Nokia E51 users with Nokia mobility solutions can experience mobile telephony, mobile email and messaging, office phone functionality, and cost savings – with the convenience of one phone number, one voice mailbox, one dial plan – in a single device.

Some of the key features of the Nokia E51 phone are:

  • FM radio, music and multimedia players
  • 2 megapixel camera
  • Nokia browser, serving as the gateway to a variety of Internet services including interoperability with Windows Live, providing mobile access to Windows Live services including Hotmail, Messenger and Spaces, available through the Nokia Download! application
  • One Touch keys with one-click access to key functionalities including email, contacts, calendar and the home screen
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    September 19, 2007 Posted by | best mobile applications, Best mobiles, cell news, E51, Entertainment, Mobile Application, mobile entertainment, Mobile events, mobile facts, mobile Fun, Mobile news, Nokia, Nokia E51 | 1 Comment

    Top Mobile games and Applications for Nokia, Sony Ericsion , Motorola,blackberry and Pocketpc

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    IM+ AIM®/iChat, MSN®/Windows Live™ Messenger, Yahoo!®, ICQ®, Jabber®, Google™ Talk for S60v3: java game,Bejeweled,card game,funny game,war of the world,board game,puzzle game,cheackers,Garmin,Nokia N95,Sony Ericsson W850i,Palm Treo 750 

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    eOffice is an integrated suite of productivity applications for Blackberry devices. It includes a word processor, a spreadsheet editor and a file management tool.eOffice Standard Edition : Version 4.1.021

     Chat with IM+ All-in-One Mobile Messenger within AIM®/iChat, MSN®/Windows Live™ Messenger, Yahoo!®, ICQ®, Jabber®, and Google™ Talk from your mobile device in real-time. Communicate with friends and colleagues wherever you are regardless of location and mobile operator.IM+ AIM®/iChat, MSN®/Windows Live™ Messenger, Yahoo!®, ICQ®, Jabber®, Google™ Talk for S60v3 : Version 6.0.9

    IM+ for Skype is a mobile software that allows users to chat with Skype friends and call any PC/mobile/landline phone, regardless of the WiFi zones. Pure Skype quality with no extra voice delays! Skype Certified.

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    Update of the first complete contacts from Windows Mobile. Adjust contacts to your actual needs. This application make management of them significantly quickerSunnysoft Contacts : Version 1.1

    Chat with IM+ All-in-One Mobile Messenger within AIM®/iChat, MSN®/Windows Live™ Messenger, Yahoo!®, ICQ®, Jabber®, and Google™ Talk from your Pocket PC in real-time. Communicate with friends and colleagues wherever you are regardless of location and mobile operator.IM+ AIM®/iChat, MSN®/Windows Live™ Messenger, Yahoo!®, ICQ®, Jabber®, Google™ Talk for Pocket PC : Version 4.42  

    Take a picture and try to stop laughing as Face Warping finds and warps all faces in the image. Share the fun with friends by mms or e-mail. FaceWarp : Version 1.03

    UltraIM Pro is the best, feature-rich mobile MSN client. It supports not only text chatting, Smileys, but also files and photos sharing between MSN clients and mobile MSN clients. Furthermore, UltraIM Pro also supports other advanced MSN features, like “MSN display picture” changing and receiving. This software is really the best MSN mobile application that you can find. It is the most popular dedicated MSN mobile application and is recommended between MSN lovers. UltraIM Pro : Version 1.2

     Spb Mobile Shell introduces the next generation user interface while keeping all advantages of a Windows Mobile device. It is the first program a Pocket PC user needs to install. It dramatically improves the standard user interface and adds features that most users expect from a modern PDA phone.Spb Mobile Shell : Version 1.5  

    MasterDoc is an ultimate personal productivity suite that enables instant access to all essential “beyond e-mail” functionality with a click of the button.MasterDoc : Version 4.1.021

    September 15, 2007 Posted by | blackberry applications and softwares, Business & Professional, E90 applications, Entertainment, eOffice Proffesional Edition, eOffice Standard Edition : Version 4.1.021, FACE WARP, FaceWarp : Version 1.03, games and applications for nokia, Google™ Talk for Pocket PC : Version 4.42, Google™ Talk for S60v3 : Version 6.0.9, ICQ®, Im+, IM+ AIM®/iChat, IM+ for Skype for Symbian S60 v.3 : Version 2.15, Jabber®, MasterDoc : Version 4.1.021, Mobile Application, mobile applications, mobile entertainment, mobile Fun, Mobile games, Mobile news, Mobile Software, motorola.blackberry office, msn for pocket pc, MSN®/Windows Live™ Messenger, pocket pc Applications, Sbp shell, sony ericssion, Spb Mobile Shell : Version 1.5, Sunnysoft Contacts : Version 1.1, UltraIM Pro : Version 1.2, Yahoo!® | Leave a comment

    HP Announces Two New Smartphones (IPAQ 900 & IPQ 600)

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    HP announced two new handsets yesterday, as the company looks to expand its handheld offerings into the mobile phone market.

    First is the iPAQ 600 Series Business Navigator, HP’s second cell phone, a 3G handset using a traditional 12-key keypad, which also includes a navigation wheel, a 3 megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, including VoIP capabilities and navigational features including 3-D maps. HP has not yet announced pricing or availability, but did say the phone should be available by the end of the year and would be compatible with most U.S. carriers.

    The company also announced the iPAQ 900 Series Business Messenger, a smart phone with a full keyboard that comes with many of the same features of the 600 series, including Windows Mobile 6, Wi-Fi capabilities, Bluetooth, a 3 megapixel camera and large display.

    Features of the HP iPAQ smartphones:

  • Integrated WiFi 802.11 b/g with WPA2 security
  • Integrated Bluetooth v2.0 with EDR
  • Microsoft Windows Mobile 6 Professional OS
  • Mobile Microsoft programs included: Office Mobile, Office Outlook Mobile, Internet Explorer MobileMarvell PXA270 Processor 520 MHz
  • 2.8-inch transmissive TFT 65,000 color 240 x 320 pixel touch panel display with LED backlight
  • 128 MB SDRAM main memory
  • 256 MB flash ROM
  • 1590 mAh Lithium Polymer rechargeable, user changeable battery
  • Interfaces USB 2.0 client for sync/data/charge
  • 64-bit Micro SD card slot
  • Audio Integrated microphone, receiver, speaker and stereo headphone jack
  • 3 Megapixel, autofocus, 4X digital zoom
  • source: http://www.wirelessweek.com/Article-News@2_September06_2007.aspx

    September 7, 2007 Posted by | Best mobiles, cell news, Cell Phone, Entertainment, HP, hp Business Messenger, hp Business Navigator, ipaq 600, ipaq 900, Mobile events, mobile facts, mobile Fun, Mobile news | Leave a comment

    Nokia 6120 – Classic mobile

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    The 6120 Classic is a classic-looking Nokia finished with attractive chromed highlights (available in black, white and pink). It’s a slimline phone with a large screen, and an easy-to-use keypad and 5-way navigation key. Like the very popular 6300, it gives the impression of an old-fashioned Nokia (which is a good thing) as if the company has learned some lessons and is getting back to what it used to do so well – making great phones that do just what you want.Technorati Profile

    September 6, 2007 Posted by | Best mobiles, best travel software, Entertainment, FACE WARP, Mobile Application, Mobile events, mobile facts, mobile Fun, Mobile games, Mobile news, Mobile Software, nokia 6120 | 2 Comments

    Sony Ericssion T650i – New Design Route

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    Sony Ericsson has dubbed its latest device, the T650i, as a style icon. UK and Ireland marketing manager Ian Finn said the manufacturer was going down a ‘new design route’, as it’s known for its camera and music devices, rather than fashion handsets. ‘It is for the person who wants to make a statement with their phone,’ he said.

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    The device comes in stainless steel casing and has a scratch-proof mineral glass screen. It is also a 3G device with a 3.2 megapixel camera and comes with a desk stand, carry case and a 256MB memory stick.

    Source: http://www.mobiletoday.co.uk/content/16799.asp

    September 3, 2007 Posted by | best mobile applications, Best mobiles, Cell Phone, Entertainment, Mobile Application, Mobile events, mobile facts, mobile Fun, Mobile games, Mobile news, Mobile Software, Sony Ericssion T650i | 10 Comments

    Nokia 6300 – Still the best selling mobile in UK market

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    Nokia 6300 Series 40 set is still the top seller device in UK – got Ist position in Prepaid and on third number in post paid connections.

    Post Paid – Top Sellers

    1. Samsung U600
    2. Nokia 8600
    3. Nokia 6300
    4. Nokia N95
    5. Sony Ericsson K810i
    6. Nokia 6288
    7. Sony Ericsson W880i
    8. LG KE850
    9. Motorola K1
    10. Sony Ericsson S500i
    11. Sony Ericsson W610i
    12. Samsung E840
    13. Nokia N73
    14. Motorola RAZR2 V8
    15. Nokia 7373
    16. Sony Ericsson K610i
    17. Samsung D900
    18. Sony Ericsson K800i

     PrePaid – Top sellers

    1. Nokia 6300
    2. Samsung E250
    3. Sony Ericsson W810i
    4. Sony Ericsson K510i
    5. Sony Ericsson W850i
    6. Nokia 5300
    7. Samsung U600
    8. Nokia 2310
    9. Nokia 6080
    10. Nokia 1600
    11. LG KG800
    12. Samsung C300
    13. Nokia 6085
    14. Emblaze Lobster 320
    15. Sony Ericsson K550i
    16. LG KE970
    17. Sony Ericsson W300i
    18. Sony Ericsson K800i
    19. Nokia 7373

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    August 31, 2007 Posted by | Cellphone, Entertainment, Mobile Application, mobile applications, Mobile events, mobile facts, mobile Fun, Mobile games, Mobile news, Mobile Software, nokia 6300 | Leave a comment

    Nokia Launchies two high end mobile N95 and N81

    A glimpse at the two high-end phones

    Let’s step back from the marketing spin and take a closer look at the two high-end models, the N95 and the N81.

    The N81 has 3G and WLAN connectivity, an optional 8GB of microSD removable storage for up to 6,000 songs, a 2.4″ 320×240 display, Bluetooth 2.0 support, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and an FM radio, all in a slide-phone form factor. One of the highlights of the N81 is its ability to play games in the landscape mode, thanks to two gaming buttons on the top of the screen. One of the newest features Nokia announced is an improved UI, which is available in this phone and works in a “pane-driven rotary manner on the screen.” Nokia also claimed that the N81, which is priced roughly at 360 euros, or about $586, is the lead mobile phone for its music and N-Gage services.

     

    The revamped Symbian Nokia N95 features a 2.8″ 320×240 display and 8GB of built-in memory. Little changed in terms of additional features; Nokia kept the dual-slide function which reveals media playback controls on one end and a phone pad at the other, as well as its Bluetooth support, HSDPA and WAN connectivity, and 5-megapixel camera. In London, Nokia’s president and CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo also displayed the phone’s ability to play video on a television by hooking it up to the big-screen using a TV-out cable. The N95 is priced at a sky-high 560 euros, or $764, somehow managing the impossible: making the iPhone look like a bargain.

    Both phones will ship in the UK in October. The N95 is currently available in the UK through T-Mobile and Vodaphone, so we expect the newest models to be available at those outlets as well.

    Source: http://arstechnica.com/news.ars/post/20070829-nokia-announces-four-new-phones-music-and-gaming-services.html

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    August 30, 2007 Posted by | Best mobiles, Cell Phone, Entertainment, Mobile Application, Mobile events, mobile facts, mobile Fun, Mobile games, Mobile news, Mobile Software, n95, Nokia, Nokia N81 | 2 Comments

    IM+ AIM®/iChat, MSN®/Windows Live™ Messenger, Yahoo!®, ICQ®, Jabber®, Google Talk™ , MySpaceIM : Version 5.0.7

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    August 29, 2007 Posted by | Entertainment, Mobile Application, mobile applications, mobile chat, Mobile events, mobile Fun, Mobile games, Mobile Software | Leave a comment

    World’s Best Travel Software’s for your Mobile Devices

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    Enhance your traveling experience…
    With World’s Best Travel Software
    for your handheld device

    Visit: www.mobtravel.net

    August 28, 2007 Posted by | best mobile applications, Entertainment, Mobile Application, Mobile games, Mobile Software, N-gage, n95, Nokia, Nokia E90, Travel Softwares for mobile | Leave a comment

    Nokia 3500 Classic … Coming soon

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     This thin and light bar-style GSM phone brings a new level of technology to Nokia’s mass-market phones. Standout features include a 2 megapixel camera, memory card slot, stereo Bluetooth, music player, and a standard 2.5mm headset jack. Other features include Flash Lite 2.0, stereo FM radio, and an email client.

    The Nokia 3500 Classic is a member of the Nokia Classic range which includes other simple & stylish phones which come with a selection of different features. The Classic range includes the Nokia 3109 Classic, Nokia 3110 Classic, Nokia 6120 Classic, Nokia 6121 Classic & the Nokia 6500 Classic. The 3500 Classic comes in a classic bar design casing which is available in grey, pink, mandarin & blue coloured casing. The user can select the colour of their handset to suit their taste & personal choice. The handset is compact which only measures 107mm in height, 45mm in width & 13.1mm in depth. The Nokia 3500 Classic is a compact & slim handset which weighs 81 grams which is ideal for carrying purposes. The phone comes with a 1.8 Inch TFT colour screen which has a 128 x 160 pixel screen resolution. The 3500 Classic is a user friendly imaging feature focused handset which will make a fun companion for all users.

    Key Features
    Tri Band (GSM 900, GSM 1800 & GSM 1900)
    EDGE Technology
    Bluetooth™ Technology
    Media Player (MP3, MP4, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, H263 & H264)
    2 Megapixel Camera with 8 x Digital Zoom
    FM Stereo Radio

    August 27, 2007 Posted by | Entertainment, Games, nOKIA 3500 CLASSIC | Leave a comment

    Premium mobile content will exceed $44 billion

    Firecewireless reports A new report issued by market intelligence firm iSuppli forecasts the market for premium mobile content will exceed $44 billion by 2011, more than doubling the $20 million anticipated for 2007. According to iSuppli, mobile video is the fastest-growing mobile media segment, with music and gaming also strong. However, significant regional differences are emerging:

    • In the Asian market, India leads compound annual growth rate growth of non-messaging data revenue at 40.4 percent.
    • In the Western European market, Italy will experience the strongest non-messaging data revenue CAGR through 2011 at 29 percent. While ringtones currently represent the strongest segment, video will dominate Italian mobile content revenue by 2011, followed by games.
    • In the Americas, Brazil will enjoy a 41 percent CAGR for non-messaging data revenues. In the United States, messaging revenues doubled in 2006 compared to the previous year, driven by increased peer-to-peer messaging and increased premium SMS revenue.
    • In Asia and Europe, ringtone growth is slowing as the markets mature. By 2011, China, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States will lead in ringtone sales, but many country-level markets will peak before 2011.
    • In Asia, mobile gaming growth is also slowing. Korea and Japan dominated gaming revenues in 2006.

    According to iSuppli, data now accounts for 20 percent of revenue among 20 key international operators. SK Telecom, NTT DoCoMo and O2 all derive more than 30 percent of their revenues from data. “Data and content revenues are the life preservers for wireless operators, as voice ARPU declines accelerated during Q2 among the 20 key operators tracked by iSuppli,” said Mark Kirstein, iSuppli vice president of multimedia content and services. “Drawn from our deep operator profiles, aggregate voice ARPU in the first quarter declined by 6 percent sequentially compared to the fourth quarter of 2006. Meanwhile, mobile data ARPU increased by 1 percent sequentially. Data ARPU is particularly strong among North American operators, where both messaging revenue and mobile multimedia content are seeing strong growth.”

    July 24, 2007 Posted by | Entertainment | Leave a comment

    Blogs becoming irrelevent

    Are blogs read less these days ?? Martin has a interesting post on this. This could be because there are now millions of blogs most of them very good and users have got avariety to choose from. And than its RSS which takes text to every one.

    July 2, 2007 Posted by | Entertainment, mobile applications, Mobile events | Leave a comment

    Startupsearch a new cool service

    Tonight I am unveiling a new site tracking the startup ecosystem. It’s a directory and analytics tool I’ve personally wanted for a long time, and I know others will enjoy. Introducing Startup Search.

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    Startup Search tracks Web startups, their products, key employees, investment firms, and investment partners. Startup Search also tracks the success of each product since it was first introduced to the world, using publicly available metrics pulled into a single page. It’s a research tool, a discovery engine, and a fact-filled directory of our little Web startup world. I’ll walk through a few features.

    June 22, 2007 Posted by | Entertainment | Leave a comment

    Apple Lets Developers Access IPhone Via Browser

    At Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference Steve Jobs ended his keynote with a mention that developers would be able to create programs for the iPhone after all. “To maintain the security of the iPhone, Apple decided not to let developers write actual applications for the iPhone, but rather create Web 2.0 applications that run within the version of Safari included on the iPhone. Developers will be able to create applications for the iPhone by using programming tools like Ajax (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) and taking advantage of Safari. A separate, special software developer kit is not needed, Jobs said…The apps created in this fashion can integrate with the iPhone’s built-in services, giving them access to making a call, sending an e-mail, or looking up location in Google Maps. Since most of the application code runs on a server, Apple said the software is both secure and easy to update” reports MacWorld. Apple has been critisized for refusing third-party access to the iPhone, with claims that it would result in a device with inherently less flexibility and features than other high-end phones.

    June 12, 2007 Posted by | Entertainment, mobile applications | Leave a comment

    Waving the Phone To Pay…..

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    Nokia is joining the GSM Association’s “mobile wallet” initiative, which seeks to create a global standard based on an embedded, wireless chip in a cell phone that allows a user to pay for something simply by waving the phone over a wireless reader. Nokia joins others in the GSM Association, including AT&T, China Mobile, and NTT DoCoMo.

    Because of feature-packed cell phones, users can leave their camera, music player, or portable game machine at home. If a growing consortium of cell-phone makers and operators is successful, users throughout the world will someday be able to forget their wallet as well.

    The GSM Association (GSMA), a global trade group, announced Wednesday that Nokia, the world’s largest mobile-phone maker, and 10 mobile operators are joining an initiative to create a “mobile wallet” standard.

    The “Pay-Buy Mobile” project was started in February by 14 operators, including AT&T (formerly Cingular Wireless), China Mobile, NTT DoCoMo, Telecom Italia, and others. In addition to Nokia, the new participants include European and Asian operators KPN, Maxis Communications, mobilkom austria, O2, Orange, SFR, SingTel, SKT, Vodafone, and Wind.

    The project seeks to create a global standard based on an embedded, wireless chip that allows the owner to use a phone in places where one might otherwise use a regular credit card. To make a payment, a user would simply wave the phone over a wireless reader, or punch in a PIN number. A similar method of transaction is currently available for travelers on public transportation in London and Tokyo.

    Nokia, Samsung, and LG said that they will embed the chip in their phones. Vodafone, AT&T, Bell South, and Telefonica already support the chips on the phones that are distributed for their networks.

    GSMA has said that the initiative will build on the work of the credit card companies, which have created a global standard for payment. MasterCard is already involved.

    Trials for the global standard will begin in South Korea and unspecified Asian and European countries later this year. The Korean test, led by KTF, will include end-to-end trials that involve handset manufacturers, circuit card manufacturers, banks, credit card providers, and retailers.

    South Korea is one of the world’s most active marketplaces for mobile transactions. According to GSMA, that country already has some 12 million handsets capable of making mobile payments, as well as 80,000 terminal payment machines in retailers.

    The project, according to the GSMA, will work on defining a common approach to using near-field communications to link mobile devices with payment systems. “Together with a SIM/Universal Integrated Circuit Card in a mobile handset,” the GSMA said in a statement, near-field communications can be used “to enable a wide range of secure, interoperable, and transparent services, such as credit and debit payments.”

    Sony and NXP, whose formats are now used for access to buildings and to public transportation, will join the efforts to develop a global standard. NXP, formerly Philips Semiconductors, developed Mifare and Sony developed Felicia.

    The GSM Association represents 700 GSM mobile-phone operators in 218 countries and, according to the association, its members serve 82 percent of the world’s mobile-phone users.

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    April 26, 2007 Posted by | Entertainment, Mobile events, Mobile news, News, Nokia, Productivity, Technology | Leave a comment