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Motorola Mobile Phone Tools Delux Download Free

Motorola Mobile PhoneTools Deluxe 4 Publisher's description
Use Mobile Phone Tools with your laptop to create a complete mobile office. Install it on your laptop and synchronize your PC and your cell phone. Your contacts, calendar and tasks will always be in sync and you?ll be able to get on line almost anywhere.

1. Get online, even if there?s no network. Connect your laptop to your cell phone, and using your cell phone as a modem, get connected to the Internet. Mobile PhoneTools v3 uses new communication technologies (GPRS, UMTS, GSM) for efficient, high-speed connections. Includes a GPRS connection wizard as well as parameters for the major cell phone operators to make it easy to configure.

2. Synchronize you cell phone with your PC. Send and receive email, synchronize your cell phone contacts and calendar with your PC via MS Outlook. Mobile Phone Tools has complete Outlook integration.

3.Manage communications efficiently from your mobile office: Send and receive email, send SMS, MMS and fax messages from the convenience of your laptop using your cell phone to get you online.

4. Explore the multimedia features of your phone. Mobile Phone Tools includes ringtone software so you can make your own ringtones and transfer them to your phone via Bluetooth, infrared or cable. Plus wallpaper and video editing tools to personalize your cell phone exactly the way you want.

Requirements: Pentium 233 Mhz or higher; 64 MB RAM; 60 MB disk space

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MobiMB Mobile Media Browser Free download

Make the most of the latest colour Nokia phones! Many of Nokia's modern handsets contain a full file manager (gallery), enabling you to store photos, ringtones, music and other files supported by your phone. MobiMB is the first software product to enable full access to these features in your phone, and also contains a range of special features for specific handsets, including the ability from your PC to set operator logos, startup and shutdown logos and more (handset-dependent).

Click for full size imageBrowse your gallery and drag and drop images, MIDI files, photos, music and Java MIDlets to and from your phone from your hard disk! Right-click to set a logo. The files can be ringtones, full colour wallpapers, transparent colour operator logos, startup logos or games and applications and other file types supported by your phone.

MobiMB installs on your Microsoft Windows PC, and connects directly to your handset using a standard cable or infrared port

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Share live video with QIk 2.20 from your mobile

Share live video from your mobile phone. Qik lets you stream video live from your cell phone to the web, where your audience can chat back in real time to your device's screen while you broadcast. With Qik, you can share with anyone and everyone what's going on anywhere and everywhere you go. Stay better connected to family and friends. Share your travels live with friends back home. Show your baby's first steps to loved ones as she takes them. Have Grandma "attend" the family reunion, even though she's on the other side of the world. Broadcast events spontaneously. Add a new dimension to your web presence with live video. Become an online reporter—get the scoop as events unfold. You always have Qik on your phone to share moments at the point of inspiration. Even better, Qik lets you broadcast to any website, including your blog, social network, or sites like Mogulus,, Twitter and Facebook, YouTube.


Mobile hackers a growing menace

With the rise in mobile usage for real world applications, the menace of hackers is also set to increase during 2009. According to latest reports, India added seven million GSM users in November 2008 and this is expected to reach 650 million by 2012.

In an e-mail interview to Business Line, Mr Shantanu Ghosh, Vice-President, India Operations, Symantec, said the menace is set to grow in 2009, primarily because more people are turning towards smart phones that run on operating systems.

“These phones have large amount of money and real world applications similar to a desktop or laptop. As mobile usage continues to grow, so will mobile virus attacks,” he said.

Expanded functions

He pointed out that during 2008 smart phones became the major computing platform. A study by Gartner Research showed that smart phones outshipped laptops in 2007 and analysts predict that one billion mobile devices will hit the market by end of 2011.

As these smart devices increasingly feature expanded bandwidth and functionality, they are being used more like a PC than a phone. Essentially, smart phones are now being used the same way as computers and are accessing the same information.

While the aim of attacks targeting mobile devices are similar to those targeting PCs – to obtain confidential information for financial gain – the propagation methods of smart phone attacks are specific to the mobile platform, said Mr Shantanu.

One type of attack involves use of SMS (text) messages. Since mobile users typically perceive text messages as being more personal than e-mail messages, they are more likely to trust them and act on them.

Other threats, such as snoopware, specifically leverage mobile device functionality, for example by using the phone’s camera to spy on the user, by disabling applications, or sending text messages from the phone without the user’s knowledge.

Symantec also observed viruses spread with Bluetooth transfers, game downloads, and updates to the phone’s system, ringtones, or alerts.

The latest and most sophisticated threats are known as “Pranking4Profit”, where the attack results in theft by accessing premium mobile SMS payments, he added.

Spam trouble

Mr Amit Nath, Country Manager, India and SAARC, Trend Micro, said globally, Mobile Secure Content Management was an estimated $221 million market in 2008. It is expected to grow to $313 million in 2009.

Spam does not spare mobile phones too. For instance, in March 2008, a massive spam attack hit nearly 200 million Chinese mobile phone users – approximately half of China’s total mobile population received unwanted text messages from seven online advertising firms.

Quoting an example, Mr Nath said in early 2008, a malware targeting Windows Mobile PocketPC was found. “Detected as WINCE_INFOJACK.A, this worm specifically runs on Windows CE environment, leaves the mobile phone open to other malware and installs unsigned applications without the user’s consent. It also steals information such as Mobile IMEI or serial number, OS version, model and platform and hosts name which it sends back to the malware author/s. Besides, the malware also changes the security settings of the affected phone,” he said. Mobile phones were infected when using an infected memory card or through SMS.

Mobile phones were infected when an infected memory card was used or through SMS.

According to him, 2009 would see more threats make money out of mobile technologies. As mobile phones and other handheld devices become more interconnected with their desktop counterparts, more threats to attempt to “cross over” multiple machines and devices via common application platforms (e.g., .NET, JAVA, etc.) are to be expected. Because the smart phones today run more like a regular PC, we need to treat them like regular PCs.


Top Five Favorite iPhone Apps

Seattle - The best thing about the iPhone is the wide variety of free and inexpensive add-on applications available for download via the Apple Appstore.

Applications allow the iPhone to have uses beyond the traditional phone calls, SMS messaging, calendar, and notepad applications you expect to have on a mobile phone. Applications can increase your productivity on the go, but the most important function in our opinion is to add a dose of fun to your day. Therefore the applications in our list of favorite iPhone applications all all fun and interesting.

The first in our list is Around Me. This free little app lets checks your gps on the iPhone and gives you a list of all sorts of places that are nearby. You can look under categories such as banks, bar and restaurants, supermarkets, gas stations, taxis, etc. For people who travel, this can be invaluable.

Second in the list is an application that may not increase your productivity but its wow factor is so impressive everyone should have it. It’s called Shazam and I do not know how they do it, but you can hold your iPhone up to any music playing and it will “name that tune” and tell you the artist and title. Its simply amazing. We held it up to mysterious Christmas carols playing in a store dressing room and it found the title and artists within a few seconds. You can assuage your curiosity and amaze your friends!

Third and fourth are really silly little applications that just add a bit of fun to your day. The Zippo Lighter is just what you need at your next rock concert. It makes your iPhone look like a Zippo lighter, of course. Perfect for acting like the old days when instead of holding up your cell at a rock concert we used to hold our lighters up. More Cowbell turns your iPhone into a cowbell. Yes, it’s useless but it is a great send up to the classic Saturday Night Live skit and frankly, I’ve got a fever and the only cure is more cowbell.

The fifth application we love is Super Monkey Ball. At $9.99 it’s the only one on the list that is not free. However, Sega’s extremely popular game is the perfect use for the level feature on the iPhone. It allows you to roll the monkey (in a hamster ball) around with an intuitive feel. This game is addictive and might cause you to waste time but it’s quite fun.


HTC S740 Mobile Phone Review

The HTC S740 has managed to take communication a step ahead and increased the vast types of communication features you can find on a mobile phone. With its efficient messaging techniques it allows you to write texts, emails, documents and instant messages at ease widening the choice of communication. Rated as one of he best business and social communicator, it is loaded with vast features that make it a reliable mobile device, be it communication or in business ventures. The S740 is characterized sliding QWERTY keyboard which has helped in making typing easier for the user and further improving communication capabilities of the device Underneath the radical exterior of the S740 is a conventional non-touch screen device with a 2.4 inch QVGA screen, 3.2 mega pixel fixed focus camera, video calling, quad-band GSM, GPRS and EDGE data, GPRS and EDGE are efficient applications in connectivity together with Wi-fi ,Bluetooth and USB which are equipped in the smart phone. UMTS and HSDPA support in the 900 and 2100 MHz bands, these allows fast downloading and uploading of files on to the mobile through the internet, and Wi-Fi. , Internal memory consists of 256MB of Flash and a useful 256MB RAM. MicroSD expandable memory is also featured on the device. This allows user to store all the various files onto the mobile device including documents and music files.

Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard is the operating system that is responsible for the running of the built-in GPS namely the A-GPS and an FM radio. The S740’s processor is a Qualcomm MSM7225 running at 528MHz which should be broadly similar to the speed of the CPU in the Touch Diamond. Lastly the mobile device is generally user friendly and does not set boundaries in terms of place of work. It’s functional anywhere and everywhere making it a handy tool for the traveling business man. It is not restricted t business it accommodates all types of users in their various walks of life.

Vertu Signature Dragon :Worlds Ugliest phone

Two years after snatching the “world’s ugliest phone title” with its Signature Cobra, the company’s back with the Signature Dragon. Vertu has shown his new team luxury called Vertu Signature Dragon ‘in the store Vertu store at Wynn Las Vegas hotel. Similar to the Vertu Signature Cobra, Dragon this model has not yet been revealed on the website of Vertu. Even so, since the Cobra retailed for over a quarter of a million bucks we’re guessing this new handset ain’t gonna be cheap.


LG's SH490 'Make-Up Phone' with high-tech feature

Guess who the SH490 "Make-Up Phone" is looking to sell? If you said "men who wear no makeup," deduct three points and take a nap. Yeah, this Korean domestic flip from LG is pretty glitzy, and as the name implies, fashion is the first priority -- sure, the lid can flash any of 18 emoticons with its LED array, but we wouldn't exactly peg that as a high-tech feature, if you know what we mean. It features video calling and a 3-megapixel cam in your choice of Smoky Red, Deep Blue, and Pearl White, and if you absolutely must have it, expect to pay about 500,000 won ($384) on SK Telecom.

Apple iphone Store gets HP,NPR, USA Today Apps

Apple's App Store continues to be popular with consumers, and it has attracted applications from high-profile organizations such as Hewlett-Packard, National Public Radio, and USA Today.

HP launched an application earlier this week that enables customers to wirelessly print photos from their iPhone or iPod Touch. The first application of its kind, the HP iPrint Photo app currently lets consumers print 4-by-6-inch photos over Wi-Fi networks on HP printers.

The app is fully compatible with Apple's Bonjour technology, as well as the multitouch interface of Apple's devices. It works only with JPEG images, but that could change in the future, HP said.

"Today's news demonstrates how HP is enabling customers to turn special moments captured on the go into high-quality photos," HP executive VP Vyomesh Joshi said in a statement.

Apps with a news focus have received a warm reception, and the App Store is already filled with news apps from the BBC, The New York Times, The Associated Press, and others. NPR and USA Today are the latest news organizations to get on the iPhone.

The free NPR Mobile enables users to browse and stream audio content from NPR's large library. Users can find full-length programs, segments, and programming that isn't available on local stations.

So now even the major giants are competing with each other for releasing apps to apple iphone.Thats the craze iphone has got today.

4 Important things about your mobile phone

There are a few things that can be

done in times of grave emergencies.

Your mobile phone can actually be a

life saver or an emergency tool for survival.

Check out the things that you can do with it:



The Emergency Number worldwide for Mobile is 112.

If you find yourself out of the coverage area of

your mobile; network and there is an emergency,

dial 112 and the mobile will search any existing

network to establish the emergency number for you,

and interestingly this number 112 can be dialled

even if the keypad is locked. Try it out.


Have you locked your keys in the car?

Does your car have remote keyless entry?

This may come in handy someday.

Good reason to own a cell phone: If you lock your

keys in the car and the spare keys are at home,

call someone at home on their mobile phone

from your cell phone.

Hold your cell phone about a foot from

your car door and have the person

at your home press the unlock button,

holding it near the mobile phone on their end.

Your car will unlock.

Saves someone from having to

drive your keys to you.

Distance is no object.

You could be hundreds of miles away,

and if you can reach someone who has

the other 'remote' for your car, you can

unlock the doors (or the trunk).

Editor's Note: It works fine! We tried it out and

it unlocked our car over a mobile phone!'


Hidden Battery Power

Imagine your mobile battery is very low.

To activate, press the keys *3370#

Your mobile will restart with this reserve and the

instrument will show a 50% increase in battery..

This reserve will get charged when

you charge your mobile next time.


How to disable a

STOLEN mobile phone?

To check your Mobile phone's serial number,

key in the following digits on your phone: * # 0 6 #

A 15 digit code will appear on the screen.

This number is unique to your handset.

Write it down and keep it somewhere safe.

When your phone get stolen, you can phone

your service provider and give them this code.

They will then be able to block your handset

so even if the thief changes the SIM card,

your phone will be totally useless.

You probably won't get your phone back,

but at least you know that whoever stole it

can't use/sell it either.

If everybody does this, there would be

no point in people stealing mobile phones.


How to use SeaDragon mobile application?

SeaDragon Mobile is a free application available at present only for the iPhone and iPod Touch that lets you explore and deep zoom in and out of collections of gigapixel images over the web smoothly without any irritating time lags. There are 50 sample images that are included with the application for you to enjoy. Besides that, you can add content through other Photosynth users and RSS feeds such as Flickr and Deep Zoom Content.

SeaDragon can be downloaded for free from the iTunes App store.

Check out this video for knowing how to use seadragon.


Mobile viruses: How to Protect your phone?

Mobile phone viruses are the same as computer viruses. It can live with the cellular environment. Viruses can infect one susceptible phone to another. The only solution is to implement security measures inside the device such as data encryption and anti-virus software applications.

Modern technology advances and so are the viruses for smart phones and mobile phones with internet connectivity. Mobile viruses are like human viruses. It can spread by close contact to a specific host. It can also spread in the same way as computer viruses. Mobile viruses can be transferred through infected files or programs.

Some mobile device has Bluetooth. It is a product of modern technology that transfers data. This is done between different devices through photo sending from cell phone to printer and or address transferring from your Windows mobile phone to computers.

Mobile phones evolve. Their purpose was originally to make people talk to each other while moving. Now they are considered as multi-media devices. It can replace items in the future like:

  • game console
  • messaging terminals
  • credit cards
  • digital cameras
  • TV and others

Cell phones that are merely enabled for talking and SMS are not at risk with viruses. Those that are enabled to handle data or have Bluetooth are susceptible to viruses. Bluetooth technology has few risks so it needs to be manipulated properly. Once virus is installed or received, it will start to look for other Bluetooth devices to infect. Within a 30 feet radius, an enabled Bluetooth mobile device can be infected by another.

How do viruses multiply?
Infected MMS messages will be sent by a virus. It will then proliferate to every listed numbers in your phone memory.

What harm virus can do to your phone?
The virus can delete or alter all the contact details and calendar entries in your mobile phone.
It can crash, delete or lock up your phone applications.
The virus will appear as pornographic item, free download, or mobile games.
The virus will appear as text messages disguised as friend messages subject line.

Knowingly or unknowingly, the user installs the virus through transferring. Sometimes the virus disguise as a desirable application. It installs the bug without your knowing. It can cause trouble and cash losses, too.

How to avoid mobile viruses?

  • Do not enable Bluetooth when not needed.
  • Accept only file that you know when your Bluetooth is on.
  • Say No for unknown file.
  • Download materials that are not scanned from sharing network must be avoided.
  • Delete the infected application program.
  • Avoid installing unknown applications.
  • Download only from official websites.

Ways to avoid mobile viruses:
1.Network Security
There are mobile versions of anti-virus products that can be used. These are from industry leaders. It includes:

  • Norton Smartphone Security for Pocket PC
  • F-Secure Mobile Antivirus and
  • Trend Micro Mobile Security-It can protect Windows mobile, Pocket PC, Symbian and Smart phone users
  • Airscanner Anti-virus-It can protect mobile devices and Pocket PC from Trojans
  • Commander Mobile Anti-virus- protects Symbian smart phones

2.Blocking Thieves
An important defense to block thieves of data is to enable the password lock. It can be found in the native system setting of PDA.

3.Privacy and Data Protection
To keep your files confidential, password managers and data encryption can help you.

Encryption applications are:

  • Ilium Softwares eWallet Professional for Windows Mobile
  • Smartphone and
  • palm with 256-bit RC4 encryption

A password for lockbox program will be required each time information is to be accessed. It includes bank account, car details, credit cards, and the like.

Well-known viruses are:

  • Cabir
  • Duts
  • Skull
  • CommWarrior

Viruses and Malware will remain as long as 3G phones are here. Improvement of the productivity levels of mobile devices will expose them more to virus infections. The solution is to implement security measures inside the device such as data encryption and anti-virus software applications.

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iTranslate – It’s a free translator application that let’s you to translate any text into 33 different languages from your iPhone or iPod touch!
This engine is based on Google Translate with very nice Apple-like user interface.Try this and I hope its best for those who dont know the language of the country where they are staying.
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Skyfire Full mobile browser better than iphone browser

Throw out that WAP browser on your cell phone. We are quickly approaching a point where a full browser experience is available on our mobile devices. A startup called Skyfire is in some respect even further along than Apple in bringing the entire Web to your phone. Its mobile browser lets you slide Web pages around and zoom in like with the mobile version of Safari. But it also supports Flash and Ajax sites. (It does this by offloading most of the heavy lifting to its servers rather than the mobile client). That means you can watch Youtube videos and go to Google Maps right in the mobile browser instead of having to download separate apps. In contrast, the iPhone’s Safari browser still does not support Flash and so to watch a video you have to launch the separate Youtube app.
As it becomes possible to do more and more inside the mobile browser itself, it raises the question of whether that indeed is the killer app for mobile Web phones. For the most part, you still get a richer experience by downloading a separate single-purpose app to your phone. But efforts like Skyfire’s point to a future where that may no longer be necessary for all but the most sophisticated apps and games.
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TuneRoom: Download Songs To Mobiles

TuneRoom is a music search engine for mobile users. It allows you to search for music online and then freely download songs to your cell phone. All music tracks are optimized for high-quality listening while retaining a fairly small file size. You can search and download as much music as you like. The only thing they ask from you is to create a free account with them.

Each and every song you find via TuneRoom can be download in high or medium quality. You can also easily forward them to any mobile phone number in the US and Canada for free.


  • Download favorite songs to cell phone for free.
  • Search music from your mobile phone.
  • Download as much songs as you like (unlimited).
  • All tracks are optimized for high-quality listening and have a relatively small size.
  • Forward and share songs with any mobile in the US or Canada.

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T-Mobile G2 mobile phone with new features

In a month of October T-mobile released G1 phone which is first Google Android based mobile phone. Still G1 phone lacks many features but t-mobile working hard to get as many new features as much they can, as move towards enhanced G1 phone t-mobile is already working on new Android-powered handset which is apparently called as T-Mobile G2 Phone. G2 Phone will have many new features including 3G, full Touch screen Enterprise capabilities. According to Rumors T-mobile G2 Phone will come to store on January 26th of 2009. Here is big feature list of G2 Phone.

Expected Features of T-Mobile G2 Phone

1. Android OS 3G capable

2. Full touch Screen Enterprise Capable

3. WiFi capable & 5 Mega pixel camera with auto focus and flash

4. Address Book, Calculator, Calendar, Games, Instant Messaging, Music and Video Player

5. EDGE and GPRS

6. Megatons, HI-Fi tones and wallpapers, Memory card Slot ( up to 16GB)

7. Mobile Backup, Phone Book, Photo Caller ID, Picture Messaging, Real web browsing

8. Speakerphone, Speed dial

9. Stereo Bluetooth connectivity, Sync with PC Task list, USB interface

10. Video capture and playback, Video Messaging, Voice Dialing

11. myFaves capable and T-Zones

Screenshot of T-Mobile G2 Phone


Samsung's Google Android Phone to release next year

Samsung will roll out a mobile phone based on the Google Android operating system by the second quarter of 2009, according to a report from Korean news agency ETNews. While details are sketchy, Samsung will reportedly release the phone via cellular carriers Sprint Nextel and T-Mobile. The phone will likely be a touchscreen model similar to Samsung's Instinct and Omnia handsets, both of which more closely resemble the Apple iPhone than HTC's less sleek T-Mobile G1, currently the only Google Android phone on the market.

Samsung's device will provide all the Google essentials we'd expect, include search, mapping, mail, and instant messaging, the report states, but it's a safe bet that other Google tools will be added as well. It would appear that Samsung has high hopes for its Google phone. It has reportedly "accelerated" development of the project, adding 30 Linux and Java experts to a design team that now has up to 80 members. It seems likely that Samsung will beat other Open Handset Alliance members to market, including Asus, LG, Motorola, and Sony Ericsson, all of whom have Android-based projects in the works.

The growing interest in the Android OS, as well as the staggering popularity of the iPhone, which now commands over 30 percent of the U.S. smartphone market, is more bad news for Microsoft's Windows Mobile, which is declining in popularity among end users and phone manufacturers alike. Let's hope the Samsung handset will borrow some of the iPhone's elegance, but a slide-out keyboard would be nice too.


Sony Ericsson Xmini Walkman Small Phone

There is definitely some push in the marketplace toward high-powered smartphones and this has pushed us toward slightly larger handsets. People are willing to carry around something that is a little bulkier if it means that the phone can do a lot more than just voice calls. However, there are still people that want their handsets to be as small and pocket-friendly as possible. That's where something like the Xmini would come in play.

While in its closed position, the Sony Ericsson Xmini mobile phone could easily be mistaken for one of Sony's small personal media players. As its name quite clearly implies, the biggest selling point of the Xmini is its diminutive stature. This phone is freaking tiny!

No, you're not going to get any high-end features or crazy high-resolution cameras, but you do get full access to Sony Ericsson's Walkman functionality as well as some nice touch-sensitive controls on the face. The slider phone boasts a 1.8-inch QVGA TFT display, clear stereo sound, Bluetooth, 4GB internal memory, and email support.

Based on some of the provided promotional pictures, I can see that the Sony Ericsson Xmini will be available in a wide assortment of colors. In addition to the standard black and white variants, Sony Ericsson will be offering palettes that nclude blue, green, purple, pink and more. Personally, I think I like the black model the best.

Unfortunately for anyone outside of Nippon, the Sony Ericsson Xmini Walkman phone appears to be launching exclusively through KDDI Japan, so don't expect to find the CDMA handset anywhere else anytime soon.

Download MultiReader - Google Android Phone Application

MultiReader is a mobile application designed specifically for google android phone but MultiReader is still is in its development phase and the complete version of MultiReader will be shortly available as said by the developer of the application. MultiReader is used to read .doc, pdf and many more file types on your android. Actually it is one of the drawbacks of G phone that is cannot read pdf files, but thanks to the open source application MultiReader G1 application enables the users to get over this hurdle smoothly.

Features of MultiReader:
1. You can use MultiReader to read e-books.
2. MultiReader can also be used for preparing presentations and other business meetings required documents.
3. MultiReader will shortly have the text to speech function with which the usability of MultiReader will be greatly increased.
4. You can listen to the text on the go when you are running out of time or you are in a rush to reach somewhere.

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LG Unveil Chips For 4G Phones

Faster cellphones based on 4G wireless technology are set to become a reality soon. LG has developed the first handset modem chip based on 3GPP Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology standard, a move the company says is a significant step towards creating a market-ready 4G phone.

LG’s latest 13 mm x 13 mm modem chip can theoretically support wireless download speeds of 100 megabits per second (Mbps) and upload speeds of 50 Mbps. T

“The modem chip is the most crucial component required to create a viable 4G handset with LTE technology, the leading candidate to become the fourth generation mobile phone technology standard,” said LG in a statement.

LG showed the the chip at its research lab in Korea with real world wireless download speeds of 60 Mbps and upload speeds of 20 Mbps. The fastest phones currently on the market use HSDPA technology and download at a maximum speed of 7.6 Mbps, said LG.

That means with LTE technology, users can download a 700 MB movie file in less than one minute at the theoretical speed of 100 Mbps. LTE technology would also allow consumers to simultaneously stream four HD movies without any buffering, said the company.

Expect the first LTE mobile phones to hit the market in 2010.



Xumii instant mobile messenger free download

This is one of great Mobile Messenger Java called as Xumii. What the differ between ordinary Java Mobile Messenger with Xumii is the ability of Xumii that can be used to see the status updates from FaceBook, MySpace. With Xumii you can also share photos even you can also view Youtube Video Sharing.

Xumii lets you connect with your friends even if they use other social networks, including Facebook, MySpace and imeem, or instant messaging services like AIM, Yahoo!, MSN Live or GoogleTalk.

On Xumii you can see the latest status updates from your friends, send a message to a friend, or a group of friends. Chat live with your friends on AIM, Yahoo!, MSN Live or GoogleTalk. Invite a few friends to chat in your own private group. Swap messages, photos and gifts on your mobile wall. Even watch a little YouTube.

Features Available in Xumii

Just like Other Instant Messenger for Mobile Phone Services, Xumii has a contact list, Emoticons, IM Tab Windows and many more. Xumii is All in One Mobile Messenger Chat Client that supports Popular Messenger Services such as Yahoo, AOL Instant Messenger aka AIM, Windows Live Messenger aka MSN Messenger, and Google Talk. You can also connect with your friends in Social Networking Services such as FaceBook, MySpace or imeem. Share Photos and also Watch little YouTube you can also get it with Xumii.

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Xumii compatible with Sony Ericsson, Nokia, BlackBerry, Samsung, HTC, Sanyo and many more. For the complete lists see the list below:

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Nokia: Series 60 Nokia 5320, Nokia 5500, Nokia 5610 XpressMusic, Nokia 5700, Nokia 6110 Navigator, Nokia 6120 Classic, Nokia 6121, Nokia 6124, Nokia 6210 Navigator, Nokia 6220 Classic, Nokia 6290, Nokia E50, Nokia E51, Nokia E60, Nokia E61, Nokia E61i, Nokia E62, Nokia E65, Nokia E66, Nokia E70, Nokia E90 Communicator, Nokia E90, Nokia E71, Nokia N71, Nokia N73, Nokia N75, Nokia N76, Nokia N77, Nokia N78, Nokia N79, Nokia N80, Nokia N81, Nokia N82, Nokia N91, Nokia N92, Nokia N93i, Nokia N93, Nokia N95, Nokia N95, 8GB, Nokia N96, Series 40 Nokia 3120, Nokia 3250, Nokia 3500, Nokia 3600, Nokia 5200, Nokia 5300, Nokia 5220 XpressMusic, Nokia 5310 XpressMusic, Nokia 5320, Nokia 5610, Nokia 6126, Nokia 6131, Nokia 6131 NFC, Nokia 6133, Nokia 6165, Nokia 6165i, Nokia 6233, Nokia 6234, Nokia 6263, Nokia 6265, Nokia 6265i, Nokia 6267, Nokia 6270, Nokia 6275, Nokia 6275i, Nokia 6280, Nokia 6282, Nokia 6288, Nokia 6300, Nokia 6300i, Nokia 6301, Nokia 6500, Nokia 6555, Nokia 7210 SuperNova, Nokia 7310 SuperNova, Nokia 7370, Nokia 7373, Nokia 7390, Nokia 7500, Nokia 7900, Nokia 8600 Luna, Nokia 8800 Carbon Arte, Nokia 8800 Sirocco.

Sanyo: Sanyo F6750, Sanyo MM-9000, Sanyo SCP-7500, Sanyo SCP-8400, Sanyo SCP-8500 Katana DLX, Sanyo SCP-9000, Sanyo SCP-M1.

Sony Ericsson: Sony Ericsson C702, Sony Ericsson C902, Sony Ericsson C905, Sony Ericsson G502, Sony Ericsson K310i, Sony Ericsson K320i, Sony Ericsson K510i, Sony Ericsson K530i, Sony Ericsson K550i, Sony Ericsson K610i, Sony Ericsson K630i, Sony Ericsson K660i, Sony Ericsson K770i, Sony Ericsson K790, Sony Ericsson K790i, Sony Ericsson K800i, Sony Ericsson K810i, Sony Ericsson K850i, Sony Ericsson K858, Sony Ericsson S500i, Sony Ericsson T650i, Sony Ericsson T658, Sony Ericsson w200i, Sony Ericsson w300i, Sony Ericsson w350i, Sony Ericsson w380i, Sony Ericsson w550i, Sony Ericsson w580i, Sony Ericsson w595, Sony Ericsson w600i, Sony Ericsson w610i, Sony Ericsson w660i, Sony Ericsson w710i, Sony Ericsson w760i, Sony Ericsson w810i, Sony Ericsson w830i, Sony Ericsson w850i, Sony Ericsson w880i, Sony Ericsson w890i, Sony Ericsson w900i, Sony Ericsson w902, Sony Ericsson w908, Sony Ericsson w910i, Sony Ericsson w980, Sony Ericsson z310i, Sony Ericsson z530i, Sony Ericsson z550i, Sony Ericsson z555i, Sony Ericsson z610i, Sony Ericsson z710i, Sony Ericsson z750i, Sony Ericsson z770i.

BlackBerry (Pre-release): Bold 9000, Curve 8300, Curve 8310, Curve 8320, Curve 8330, 8800, 8820, 8830.

i-mate: i-mate Ultimate 8502, i-mate Ultimate 9502.

LG: LG CU400, LG CU500, LG CU515, LG CU575, LG CU720 Shine, LG KS10 Joy, LG LX 570 Muziq.

Motorola: Motorola Z8, Motorola Z10.

Samsung: Samsung A827, Samsung A900, Samsung A920, Samsung A940, Samsung M500, Samsung M510, Samsung M610, Samsung SGH-A717, Samsung SGH-A727, Samsung SGH-A737, Samsung SGH-A747, Samsung SGH-L870, Samsung SGH-g810, Samsung SGH-i450, Samsung SGH-i450v, Samsung SGH-i520v, Samsung SGH-i550, Samsung SPH-A900P, Samsung SPH-M520.

Mobile Phone Carriers

AT&T: HTC Tilt, LG CU400, LG CU500, LG CU515, LG CU575, LG CU720 Shine, Motorola V3X, Motorola V3XX, Motorola V9, Motorola Z9, Nokia 6085, Nokia 6126, Nokia 6555, Nokia N75, Samsung SGH-A717, Samsung SGH-A727, Samsung SGH-A737, Samsung SGH-A747.

Sprint: HTC Mogul, HTC Touch, LG LX570 Muziq, LG LX260 Rumor, Motorola V9m, Motorola VE20, Samsung M620 Upstage, Sanyo MM-9000, Samsung SPHM500, Samsung SPHM510, Samsung SPHM520, Samsung SPHM610, Samsung SPHA900, Samsung SPHA920, Samsung SPHA940, Sanyo SCP-7500, Sanyo SCP-8400, Sanyo SCP-8500 Katana DLX, Sanyo SCP-M1.


mobiExplore - mobile phone travel guide

A few weeks ago Gideon Multimedia launched a travel guide for mobile phones, called mobiEXPLORE UK. The idea is that it marries the portability of a guide book, but the always-on and always updated aspects of the web. With mobiEXPLORE UK on your phone you can have access to the most current information wherever you are and whenever you need it.

It’s easy to for users to download:

Go to on your computer and follow the three steps on the screen
Or go to on you mobile phone and click on the link – this will give you the option to download the application there and then without the need for a PC
There is also the option to download the application via an SMS request

And it’s proving to be very popular – in the first 3 weeks since launch, it had been downloaded over 70,000 times.

I asked the European MD of Gideon Multimedia, Vedran Prazen, a few questions about the service:

What cities does it cover?
MobiEXPLRE UK covers over 100 locations across the UK, including London, Manchester and Edinburgh, offering insight into points of interest, local history and facts about the area. For the most popular locations (for example, London and Manchester) you will find more in-depth information including an easy to navigate street map, tube map (for London), information on places of interest such as museums, nature, shopping and spas along with restaurant and accommodations listings.

Is it as detailed as a ‘Rough Guide’ for example?
MobiEXPLORE UK is a mobile application and as such the content has been tailored for mobile use – it would be a bad move to try and squeeze the content of a book onto your mobile phone! But because the application fuses offline and online content users can access restaurants listings offline – and still have the option of receiving up to the minute weather forecasts, news and special offers by going online – something a guidebook is unable to do.

Could my mum use it?
Sure – we designed the application with this audience in mind … if the typical, non-techy Mum can download and use the application with ease then we know we’ve done a good job.

What do you think is the future of mobile applications?
If we are talking features, then essentially the only limit is one’s imagination.

In terms of business models I think the future of mobile applications mirrors that adopted by mobiEXPLORE. Free to the end user but supported by targeted, non intrusive adds and additional services. The key to a successful application is making it useful and relevant – what does it offer and why should people want it? These are the boxes that need to be ticked and this is where I believe the future of mobile applications lies.

Have you got anything else in the pipeline?
Absolutely – the next step for us the ten other mobiEXPLORE projects in Europe along with several other mobile services that are in the very early stages of development…so we are certainly keeping busy!


Nokia N97 vs iphone

Nokia Tuesday released its high-end N97 3G smartphone, combining a touchscreen with a tilted 3.5-inch display, a full QWERTY keyboard, and inviting a straight-up comparison with Apple's trend-setting iPhone.

The handheld combines advanced hardware features with a bundle of services, including assisted GPS, which are intended to merge the device tightly with location-based applications, social networks and the mobile Web. The company also unveiled an improved Nokia Maps service and a new Nokia Messaging service, both part of its Ovi online services set.


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