Friday, December 31, 2010
We gkad take the job and returned the customer the repaired iPHone 4G with original digitizer. He was as happy as a lark. We are happy that we save another potential victim from that sick-looking crook.
Thursday, December 30, 2010
Social Networking New: Facebook fans will like RockMelt browser (tech, news, friends, twitter, report, update, Auckland)
Attention Please! Now Google flashes Chrome notebook in 2011 (laptop, news, report, release, preview, Auckland)
The first generation of Google's Chrome notebook, the Cr-48, is a sleek, black, unbranded web-ready device that boots up in just 10 seconds.
It runs on Google's Chrome operating system - which is essentially just a feature-rich version of Google's existing Chrome browser.
The Cr-48 comes with built-in WiFi and 3G for any time, anywhere web browsing, a webcam, a 12in LCD screen and a full-sized keyboard and over-sized touchpad for comfortable web browsing.
"Chrome notebooks are designed to reach the Web instantly," says Google in a blog post.
They are "easy to share among friends and family, and simply by logging in, all of your apps, bookmarks and other browser settings are there. Setting up a new machine takes less than a minute. And even at this early stage, we feel there is no consumer or business operating system that is more secure."
In Google's vision of the future, laptops (and people) will live on the Web. There will be no need for desktop applications because it will be much easier to complete your computing tasks using online web apps.
"Last year, we announced our effort to design an operating system that is built and optimised for the Web. Many people already spend all their time in a web browser, and by building an operating system that is essentially a browser, we can make computers faster, much simpler and fundamentally more secure," says Google.
In 2011 users can expect to be inundated with a new range of design conscious, web-centric computers that compromise storage space and superfluous features for portability and connectivity as more users convert to web-based applications and cloud-based storage.
Apple has already given the trend a nod with its latest MacBook Air laptops.
The Google Cr-48 is currently only available to a select group of beta-testers in Google's Pilot program but both Acer and Samsung will have Google Chrome notebooks available for sale within the first half of 2011. No details about pricing have been announced. - Relaxnews 2010
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The SmartPhone Arena: BlackBerry narrowly beats iPhone (Apple, tech, RIM, news, report, update, Auckland)
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Wednesday, December 29, 2010
Will be putting some widgets and turbo engine to make it fly faster ;-)
Abby Technology Limited: Top Ten Google Android Mobile Phone of the Year (world ranking, 2010, Auckland)
In this current article, we are going to deal with Top 10 Androids of the Year 2010. The Androids Android OS, one of the revolutionary Mobile phone Operating System that is considered to be the leading OS with over 25% market share in Smart Phone OS.
Here are the Top 10 Androids of the Year 2010
- HTC EVO 4G
- Samsung Galaxy S
- Motorola Droid X
- Sony Ericsson Xperia 10 Mini Pro
- Google Nexus One
- Asus-Garmin Nuvifone A50
- HTC Desire/HTC Incredible
- Motorola Milestone XT720
- Samsung Epic 4G
- T-Mobile myTouch 4G
From the time of the opening of Apple's iPhone in November previous year, approximately 30 latest Smartphone models have been made public this year with further to arrive this month. Korea's Smartphone market is occupied by the shares of Samsung Electronics, Apple and Pantech.
Samsung Electronics, a late arrival to the marketplace, presented its flagship version Galaxy S, power-driven by the Android cellular phone OS, in July in order to take hold of a superior share of the marketplace.
The native electronics giant told it has vended approximately 3 million Smartphones – 2.3 million items of the Galaxy version whereas 700,000 go for Omnia – in previous year.
Apple, conversely, has vended a sum of 1.6 million items – 800,000 million pieces each of the iPhone 3GS as well as the advanced iPhone 4 – turning out to be the second best in the competition.
Small size player Pantech got third place, vending 800,000 items on or after previous month, told its company representatives; eager to vend about 1 million items this year.
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Monday, December 27, 2010
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Saturday, November 27, 2010
2010 Review: Samsung S8530 Wave II - Go with the Wave! (preview, tech, news, report, Auckland, "Android Repair"
They shall come in wave upon wave. Or so it seemed in the beginning. Samsung certainly wanted a strong start for their own Bada OS and they had it. It is usual for sequels to be questioned and belittled. That’s one thing the Wave II doesn’t have to worry about. It’s bigger and heavier than the original. http://tiny.cc/samsung8530
When the second gen phone has a familiar sounding model name with an actual ordinal number in it – that doesn’t mean a complete lack of imagination. It’s a way to promote continuity. The Wave II has this base covered too – it’s nearly the same phone as the first Wave but presumably upgraded to reach to a more high-end market segment. Here’s a quick recap of its specs:
3.7" 16M-color Super Clear LCD capacitive touchscreen, WVGA (480 x 800 pixels), multi-touch input, scratch-resistant glass surface
Slim and solid metal body
Bada OS 1.2 with Samsung Apps
ARM Cortex A8 based 1GHz CPU
Quad-band GSM support with dual-band HSPA
Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n connectivity with WPS support, Wi-Fi tethering
Built-in GPS receiver with A-GPS support, digital compass, Samsung LBS powered by ROUTE 66
5 MP autofocus camera with touch focus and LED flash, geotagging, face, smile and blink detection
720p video recording at 30fps
2GB internal storage, microSDHC card slot
Standard microUSB port and Bluetooth v3.0 with A2DP
Standard 3.5mm audio jack, TV out
Stereo FM radio with RDS, FM recording
Webkit-based Samsung Dolphin Browser 2.0 with Flash support
YouTube client, Facebook and Twitter integration
DivX/XviD video support
Good audio quality
Limited number of available applications
Super Clear LCD can’t match SuperAMOLED
Card slot under the battery
No lens protection
SatNav software only a 30-day trial
No ambient light sensor to adjust screen brightness automatically
Poor loudspeaker performance
Wave II over original Wave
Latest Bada OS 1.2
Swype-like T9 Trace text input
Over-the-Air software updates
Larger 3.7" touchscreen
Yep, we know, it’s not a great update. Plus the first three differences over the original Wave are about to be washed away once it receives its due software update to Bada OS 1.2.
The Samsung S8530 Wave II may not be the upgrade that all users have been waiting for, but the phone runs the latest version of the Bada OS and has kept all the great features of the original: from the powerful CPU, to premium connectivity and HD video recording.
And all this is delivered on a larger 3.7-inch display. Sure, it’s no SuperAMOLED screen but Samsung promises the LCD screen is not your ordinary screen, too. You see, good things come in limited number and Samsung is pressed to supply enough SuperAMOLEDs for their Android and Windows Phone 7 operations.
Bad luck for the Wave II, we guess. Even worse for the original Wave – this phone will be as good as discontinued when the stocks run out. The Wave II will take over and that’s that.
Anyway, Samsung are probably not giving up on their Bada OS. If it eventually becomes the base platform for all their midrange touch phones, they will be extremely well positioned to adapt to the new market reality.
It’s not about the business benefits or the multitasking – it’s as simple as apps. Users love to have them and makers love to sell them. Imagine being able to do that on all levels – from the most basic feature phones to the top-of-the-line smart devices. That must be enough reason for Samsung to keep their commitment to Bada.
Like it or not, the Samsung S8530 Wave II is just a step in the process. We’re about to see whether it’s as compelling as its predecessor. As usual, we start with the design and hardware, and then put Bada 1.2 under the microscope.