It has been said that every good thing comes to an end one day and that exactly was happening with me when I decided to ditch my Nokia E71, one of the most loyal handset of my life, after two...
The controversy over the access to users' data, which has marked a big question mark on RIM (Blackberry) services, has got a new twist with the extended warning to Google Inc, Skype Technologies SA and few other service providers. Besides RIM (BlackBerry) Govt has asked other companies to set up local servers in India like Research in Motion (RIM) which would allow security agencies to monitor mail traffic.
RIM is really going through hard time, atleast in India these days. Toughening its stand on Sunday, India Govt has issued an ultimatum to RIM (BlackBerry) to get in-lined with the security concerns and any other proposal would be unaccepted but to install server in India for tracking its messenger and enterprise mail service as the offer made by it to provide data from its Canada-based server could be detrimental to national security.
Google has released one of its new product of browsers named "Crome to Phone". A feature which wwill allow you to download websites and read it from your mobile desktop itself. Currently this is available on with Android 2.2 (Froyo) supported mobile handsets. "Crome to Phone" allows mobile internet users to have rich experience of web in a different way.
Mobile market is blowing so the competition. All major companies are struggling to rule the market anonymously. Undoubtedly Apple has left others behind, if not beaten, with its flagship product iPhone. Dethroning Apple's iPhone may be too big to chew for few old market leaders like LG & Nokia, who are struggling to find the pace in the market now.
Smartphone market war is on so the market is bubbling. Sales of Android-based smartphones are surging, tearing chunks of market share out of Apple, RIM, and Windows Mobile's hides. According to a report released by Nielsen company, Android phones are pretty close to beat top 2 market leaders Apple & RIM ( BlackBerry ) in US market.
Microsoft India has launched a new service that allows users of its Hotmail service to get email alerts on SMS. According to the company, the service also allows users to receive, read and reply to emails on SMS. The service also enables efficient viewing of emails by specifying the email address or domain from which one would like to receive alerts on SMS
The popular microblogging platform Twitter has a new Indian clone and it is all set to capture the non-English users in the...