Posted by Haroon Khattak on April 22, 2012 ·
A U.S. patent was registered by Microsoft. This could be implemented for a phone or a tablet. In addition to the main display, has been made another screen on the back.
There could be shown some information that may be e-ink type. It will be interesting how they would handle the smartphone battery with two screens and especially if both work together.
Posted by Haroon Khattak on October 15, 2011 ·
Formerly codenamed as Sea Ray, top range Nokia phone with WP7 will have the official name of the model 800 is a clone of N9 with the operating system Meego.
Since Nokia N9 enjoy more positive reviews than the construction and hardware, we can expect that Nokia 800 to be a very popular phone. Nokia 800 relies on a capacitive touchscreen AMOLED type with protection from strong light. It displays 16 million colors at a resolution of 480×800 pixels, the standard set by Microsoft for WP7.
The phone processor is single-core 1.4 GHz frequency, and the internal memory is 16 GB. Unfortunately, this [...]
Posted by Sajid Iqbal on February 22, 2009 ·
Though it is a minor update but significant in terms of usability. The banner Ad on top for free Live mail users is moved to right, finally. A common internet surfer can tell you that the first thing he want to see in a website is, the content not an advertisement banner, a rule ignored by Live mail designer for a long long time. This new interface make sense at least.
Posted by Sajid Iqbal on January 25, 2009 ·
Few weeks back Hotmail finally allowed its free users to use POP3 technology. Though it is limited to few countries(United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, France, Japan, Spain, Germany, Italy & Holland), but they have plan to extend it to all users around the world towards the end of 2009. Recent failure against competitors specially gmail forced Hotmail to allow this facility for free users. Previously only premium users of Hotmail Plus were able to use POP3. Here are the POP3 and SMTP server settings for your Hotmail account:
POP server: pop3.live.com (Port 995)
POP SSL required? Yes
User name: [...]
Posted by Sajid Iqbal on January 18, 2009 ·
Internet Explorer 6(IE6) may be the worst browser ever made. Softwares are called solutions for computing problems, but I don’t know how to name IE6, since it is a problem more than a solution. It has a long history of bugs but despite its poor performance till the date it occupies a large part of browsers market.
Apart from box model problems, there is PNG transparency handling issue with IE6. Developers have to write there own hacks to overcome this problem.