Posted by Haroon Khattak on May 20, 2013 ·
April 3, 1973. Engineer Martin Cooper of Motorola made the first call to New York from a mobile phone, and the recipients were even its rivals in the market from AT&T.
Legend has it that the first words spoken by Cooper in the call history were “I called to see if you can hear me better at the other end of the line.”
In the 40 years that have elapsed since the first call on a cell phone, the telecommunications industry has changed dramatically. Sure, except that sometimes we still need to ask the question if our partners hear us well.
Changes occurred extremely slow. The phone [...]
Posted by Haroon Khattak on August 16, 2012 ·
Pinterest announced the other day the launching of a new application for Android, iPad and iPhone. Pinterest got more and more popularity lately, where users like to “pin” anything they consider important, from a picture of a new object bought to a summer vacation plan.
Now we Pinterest on the phone and on the tablet, and Android users are those who insisted the most to have this application on their terminals.
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Posted by Haroon Khattak on January 3, 2012 ·
Although this year Apple changed the rules and chose to keep on the market an iPhone more than a year, the company has managed to stay in first place among the most used operating system in Europe.
The information comes from StatCounter site that monitors millions of web sites around the world and see in the picture above how the market share evolved from the operating system developed by Apple.
If Apple started 2011 with a market share of 45% at the end of the market share reached 40%, much of it reaching at the Android OS.
Posted by Haroon Khattak on December 19, 2011 ·
Tablets have become tools of entertainment increasingly popular among users, especially after the success of the iPhone and iPad 2, but after Google entered in this market with its powerful Android operating system, other manufacturers are offering the opportunity to fight with Apple.
Microsoft felt that the tablets will play an important role in the IT industry in the coming years, which is why Windows 7 operating system designed for PC was eventually ported for tablets, and the next step is Windows 8, which will be optimized both for PC and for tablets.
Unlike Android, Windows 7 did not receive [...]
Posted by Haroon Khattak on December 18, 2011 ·
Samsung Galaxy SIII
We must recognize that, apart from the fact that we know that Samsung Galaxy SIII will be launched in 2012, nobody knows how it will look and what features it will have.
There are many rumors. Is likely that Samsung Galaxy SIII to rely on an Exynos processor at 1.8 GHz dual-core, but is likely to be used a quad-core chip Tegra 3, that soon will conquer the market.
The Galaxy SIII screen could have the same dimensions as its predecessor, but with a higher resolution. In addition, it appears that all manufacturers are turning to smartphones equipped with 2GB RAM.
Posted by Azeem on December 16, 2011 ·
The release of iPhone & iPad has revolutionized the world of technology. The use of both these devices has been increased considerably. Due to the increased popularity of both theses devices, many companies have introduced different accessories for both of these devices. In this article we will take a brief look on these accessories.
This stylish accessory has been designed for peoples who are more conscious about their diet, sleep and exercise habits. This is available in the mart at the price of $ 100. This Jawbone Up wristband use different sensors and tracking pad for these purposes.
Posted by Haroon Khattak on December 12, 2011 ·
Motorola won the lawsuit against Apple in a court from Germany, the rival company accused of infringement of its own GPRS patents.
The action could result the blocking of sale of products in Germany the guilty products of violating these patents, if Apple fails to obtain a trial delay until the first call. List of products affected include the range phones Apple iPhone, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4, iPad 3G and iPad2 3G tablets.
Apple could get rid of charges received bringing changes its products to replace proprietary functions with its alternative.
Posted by Haroon Khattak on November 15, 2011 ·
Siri, the assistance with voice command offered to iPhones 4S owners can be adapted read the user’s thoughts, translated as voice commands to various phone functions.
The achievement belongs to a group of hackers with a lot of imagination and skills for improvisation of craft electronic equipment. They have created an interface for monitoring brain waves, provided with the functions for the interpretation of patterns generated during thinking.
Although it can not read the exact words thinked by user, the equipment can identify patterns of brain waves generated when we think of something, [...]
Posted by Haroon Khattak on November 7, 2011 ·
According to a study conducted in the UK, the smartphones based on the Android operating system tend to fail more often than those in the range of BlackBerry, Apple iOS, or even Windows Phone.
From the information provided by Wireless Data Services (WDS), shows that approximately 12.6% of the requests for technical support coming from users of Android phones that have problems such as hardware. For comparison, even the phones with Windows Phone operating system, although relatively new entrants into the landscape reveal hardware problems in only 11% of requests for technical support.
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Posted by Haroon Khattak on October 12, 2011 ·
More photos taken from an internal presentation of Samsung appeared on the Internet these days, depicting the new Samsung Galaxy S III and its specifications.
Thus, although we have not received the confirmation that the information is true, Samsung Galaxy S III promises to be a phone that can create problems for iPhone manufacturers and to other competing companies on the smartphone segment class.
According to an originally image appeared on Phandroid.com, Samsung’s new model will come equipped with a dual-core processor Exynos 4212 able to run at a frequency of 1.8 GHz.