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Articles tagged with: telecommunication

Mozilla To Roll Out Firefox Powered Cheaper Phones!

Is there any space for another mobile player? Chinese tech-companies are planning on launching Mozilla-powered mobiles phones early next year. Mozilla went through the trouble of rebranding its mobile operating system –the project is under working from a year now- and has named it Firefox Os to attach it with its hit Firefox browser…

Kinect Embedded PCs And Portables

Thus far Microsoft has been successful with Kinect (motion sensing controller-camera) for Xbox. That is the reason; Microsoft is considering implanting it into even more hardware in the future.

During the running week’s Microsoft Research Faculty Summit, the company’s Chief Research and Strategy Officer Craig Mundie said, he can predict that in near future both PCs and mobile phones will have a build-in Kinect-based camera.

Alibaba To Launch Mobile Operating System

Alibaba is one of the E-commerce leading companies of China. The company recently announced in Shanghai that it is planning to launch a mobile operating system; which means, the company will be joining the two colossal OS industries i.e. Google and Apple.

Alibaba is also going to roll out its first smartphone next week in Beijing.

Casio CA-01C, A Phone With 16.3 Mega-Pixel  Camera!

Japan’s mobile carriers, every summer, are releasing a number of attention-grabbing handsets which are all a part of their summer 2011 program.

The Japanese market too are getting swamped and taken over by smart phones specifically by iPhones and Android, however, the Japanese mobile carriers are persistent too and it seems like they would sit back from introducing their cell phones. Lately they have rolled out some really cool featured smart phones.

Dell Moving Towards Data Center Networking

Dell is expanding its expertise from Computer Making to Data Servers, Networking and Storage Technology. Dell has recently acquired a networking service provider Force 10 Networks, which would now make Dell a Network Service Provider too.

Force 10 Networks is a leading Private Company which provides Ethernet based network solutions. Force 10 made many Award-Winning Ethernet switching and routing products. Force 10 was acquired by Dell recently, but the financial details of the acquisition are unknown.

Nokia’s New 700 Zeta!

The rumors turn out to be true as Nokia’s stunning device makes it through FCC and sometime in near-future it is expected to strike the US markets.

It’s named the Nokia RM-670 Zeta, also known as Nokia 700 Zeta. The details about the device were leaked lately and it’s rumored to run on Symbian Belle.

Operamini Reduces Your Web Browsing Bills Roughly 90%!

What name clicks in your minds when you are been asked about the best web-browsing software for smartphones? Opera Mini, no doubt!

It has turned out to be an obligation for mobile web users, rather, a lure to instigate people to use internet on mobile phones and tablets. Opera Mini is a free internet browser coded in J2ME.

Motorola Droid 3, Google’s Best Ever?

‘Droid’ is actually codename for reliability, raison d’être being uncomplicated, the palpable track record of Droid manufacturers and the Motorola Droid 3 is no exemption.

Arriving to the market recently, it has been awarded 4 out of 5 stars from Verizon subscribers via feedback on their site. Priced pretty reasonably at Amazon, it starts at only $70 along with a free $15 Amazon credit!

Finest Edition To Optimus Family!

The lope of introducing new Hi-tech phones and gadgets seems never-ending and LG never wants to be left behind. So, LG made its new Android smart phones public.

The LG Optimus Pro is made official and it brought alongside, the new LG Optimus Net. These Android phones are the finest addition to the ever expanding Optimus family.

Facebook Is About To Launch A Music Service Called Vibes

The rumor has been around for a while that Facebook is preparing to offer a musical service to their 750 million members. According to their proclamations, Facebook isn’t looking at becoming a content provider but will provide a social layer to the infrastructure to allow another player use their interface.

It would be hard to imagine Facebook taking on the sector by themselves after Mark Zuckerberg’s recent declarations.