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Articles tagged with: communications

HTC Has Just Acquired Dashwire For ‘Cloud Safety’

Taiwanese manufacturer HTC has just purchased Dashwire, a Seattle-based company. If you haven’t heard of Dashwire before, they are famous for creating a platform that allows users to back up their important data on their phones to a cloud-based system.

Dashwire is going to become a subsidiary of HTC and the company popular for their smartphones, plans on integrating Dashwire’s technology into its own HTCSense.com cloud services.

Be Efficient With iOS 5’s Wireless Update Feature

Apple has recently seeded the beta version of its newest operating system iOS 5 to developers. iOS 5 is currently not available to normal users as it is in a testing phase.

For the first time Apple has introduced the feature of updating the OS over a wireless network without hooking the device up to a PC for downloading.

For this, the user will need to first download the new operating system to the device utilizing 3G or WIFI connectivity. Updating the software by this method would not download the full operating system which requires the download of about 700 MB chunk of data.

Pantech Releasing Water Proof Smartphone

No one ever thought that a water and dust proof cell phone would be available. And nobody definitely thought about that kind of Smartphone. But Pantech has made it possible.

Pantech is releasing it’s latest smartphone, the Pantech MIRACH IS11PT. This smartphone is controlled by 1GHz second-generation Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8655 SoC CPU. It runs on the Google Android Gingerbread 2.3 OS. It has a 3.7-inch WVGA screen with a resolution of 480 x 800.

T-Mobile Declares My Touch 4G Camera To Be The Most Advanced

HTC recently released its most impressive and amazing T-Mobile MyTouch 4G Slide Android Smartphone which has extraordinary camera with features never experienced in any Smartphone Cameras before. HTC claims it’s camera to be the most Advanced Smartphone camera ever built.

The Camera has an excellent solution to Night Vision and Low-Light Captures. It manages to adjust its contrast and brightness automatically according to the light for users to experience best photos they can get.

Gmail’s Multi-Call Feature

It’s always more fun talking to two buddies at the same time than talking to either individually. Google has added the same feature into its Gmail service to make the conversations more enjoyable.

It’s more fun to read email and place a call from the same interface rather than switching back from mail to make a call. With preliminary voice and video calls support, Gmail brought forth the facility of calling land line and mobile phones across USA and Canada last year. Google has now enhanced this facility by adding multi-call support, allowing users to switch between callers using resume and hold features, much akin to call waiting.

Finally A Mobile Security App Released By Lookout Mobile Security

Lookout Mobile Security has released an Android Application for Smartphones known as Mobile Security API to fight against any kind of Malware. Though our computers might not be safe, but Lookout Security has made our smartphones safe so that we can enjoy a threat free environment.

This application eliminates any threat of Malware by keeping track of every Application uploaded by a developer. So in a sense, it compromises a malware at the time of its origin and never lets it enter the cloud of applications.

LG Slide Concept Phone With Rollout Tablet Screen

Jason Betty designed the LG Slide Phone as a concept design that basically combines your small cell phone with a larger sized netbook computer. Although this has done before, I have to admit that this concept looks a lot cooler than what we have seen in the past.

The LG Slide phone is not only sleek and lightweight, but it’s so thin it can fit in an ordinary wallet. If this concept ever made it to production, it would allow users to seamlessly use and send documents that have already been stored to their cellphone, but with the ability to roll out a paper thin keyboard.

Hot In Mobile: The ZTE Skate With Gingerbread

If you’re a true tech geek, you’ll know that there are a number of up and coming brands that come up with solid products without forcing consumers to pay hefty prices. If you don’t have $550 to spend on a brand new phone, you’re going want to check out the ZTE Skate (pictured top only) smartphone.

This awesome new Gingerbread smartphone comes with a 4.3″ display, rocking a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels. It’s powered by an 800MHz processor and comes with 256MB of RAM/512MB of ROM, and 150MB of internal storage.

Ingenium Gingerbread Tablet For $192

The Ingenium tablet is one Android Gingerbread you’re going to want to keep your eyes on. With its 7″ touchscreen, front facing camera, HDMI output, the device comes with 4GB of internal memory and is the best way to connect with your loved ones when you are away from your desktop.

The WiFi tablet is powered by a 1.2GHz Telechips TCC8803 Cortex processor and displays an 800 x 480 pixel resolution with multi-touch.

Facebook Editions: Porting News From Major Media

With the ever mounting antagonism, Facebook is seeking for new ways to maintain its supremacy to its 750 million users around and becoming the next social networking monster.

Facebook is taking into account to port news over from selected channels to app versions that can be read on Facebook.