OxyFile Software - Direct access to mobile memory

OxyFile is a file manager that gives access to the file structure of your mobile phone or smartphone on PC. OxyFile permits you to download and save photos, images, melodies, videos, ringtones, documents, applications, etc. on PC. The program reads data both from phone memory and flash card.

OxyFile is a quick way to transfer files between mobile phones and PC. The program works with Nokia and Sony Ericsson phones and smartphones, Windows Mobile 5/6 devices and also Blackberry, Motorola and Samsung phones.

The program is compatible with the following operating systems: Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 and Windows 2000 and supports the following connection types: USB cables, Bluetooth (Microsoft and Widcomm) and InfraRed.

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Apple snapping up flash memory for new iPhone?

It's been clear for a while that Apple seems to have settled into midyear iPhone refresh cycles as it closes in on the two-year anniversary of its debut, but more signs are pointing to a summer launch.

Think Equity Partners put out a report this week, spotted by AppleInsider, that says Apple has essentially cleaned out Samsung's supply of flash memory in recent weeks. Apple has also asked Toshiba and Hynix to step up with more flash memory, according to Think Equity, as it prepares for an iPhone launch.

Apple has a contract in place with the three companies, as well as Intel and Micron, to supply flash memory for Apple's products through 2010. But Apple tends to launch new iPods in the second half of the year around a September music event, making it much more likely that this buildup has a new iPhone in mind.

In January, Apple senior vice president of worldwide marketing Phil Schiller hinted that Apple has settled on a midyear refresh cycle for iPhones, after launching the original iPhone in late June and the iPhone 3G in July. The spring parade of iPhone rumors has not fully blossomed as of yet, but one persistent rumor is that Apple has some sort of low-cost iPhone in the pipeline, based on CEO Steve Jobs' comments about price umbrellas during an earnings conference call and a recent report suggesting a US$99 iPhone is on tap.

Apple COO Tim Cook, however, has dismissed talk of Apple playing in the entry-level phone business, so as usual, it's hard to tell exactly what Apple has in mind. But even if all Apple did was double the storage capacity of the iPhone to 16GB and 32GB, it would need a lot more flash memory chips.

This article was first published as a blog post on CNET News.

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Universal Charger for Mobile Phones by 2012

A new solution that will enable all new mobile phones globally irrespective of brand to be charged by a universal charger is to be unveiled soon.
The GSM Association (GSMA) in collaboration with 17 leading mobile operators and manufacturers at the GSM Congress, which ended in Barcelona yesterday unveiled plans by the association to implement a cross-industry standard for a universal charger for new mobile phones by 2012.
The association in a bid to enhance the experience of users said that the new initiative is to help ensure that the mobile industry adopts a common format for mobile phone charger connections and energy-efficient chargers resulting in an estimated 50 per cent reduction in standby energy consumption.
The initiative, when it comes on stream, will simplify the charging of mobile phones, which is currently complicated with different manufacturers creating different chargers for the phones they manufacture. A Nokia brand of phone has a different charger from that of the Motorola brand or the Sony Ericsson brand at the moment.
With this initiative however, all the brands will have just one universal charger, which users can use to charge their phones even if they are carrying a Nokia, Motorola or Sony Ericsson phone.
The initial group of companies collaborating with the GSMA in this quest include 3 Group, AT&T, KTF, LG, mobilkom austria, Motorola, Nokia, Orange, Qualcomm, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Telecom Italia, Telefónica, Telenor, Telstra, T-Mobile and Vodafone.
The group has set an ambitious target that by 2012 a universal charging solution (UCS) will be widely available in the market worldwide and will use Micro-USB as the common universal charging interface.
It agreed that by 1st January, 2012, the majority of all new mobile phone models available will support a universal charging connector and the majority of chargers shipped will meet the high efficiency targets set out by the OMTP (Open Mobile Terminal Platform), the industry body who developed the technical requirements behind UCS.
CEO and member of the board of the GSMA, Rob Conway said that the initiative is an important step that could lead to huge savings in resources, not to mention convenience for consumers.
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Nokia Mail on OVI - an inbox for everyone

Mail on Ovi is an easy-to-use email address designed for access from your Nokia device and can also be accessed from compatible desktop browsers. Your Ovi identity is your passport to using Email and other fun Ovi Services.



With Mail on Ovi you get:

  • Your personal email address @ovi.com
  • Easy mobile email access while on-the-move
  • Intuitive web based interface when using a computer
  • Lots of storage (1GB)
  • Full featured spam and virus protection
  • Mail on Ovi is free wireless data plan from wireless carrier is required for mobile use.

Mail on Ovi doesn’t require a download. It works out of the box for a wide range of Nokia devices (see Compatibility). Simply go to your Messaging folder and sign-up for a new email address.

Get the email address you want now directly on your phone!

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Yahoo One search App for mobile phones new tricks

Yahoo on Monday released an update to its voice-activated mobile search app, Yahoo OneSearch, that gets a handful of new capabilities for both its full-fledged app and OneSearch shortcut, plus new support for the Windows Mobile operating system. The OneSearch shortcut is a plug-in that lets you search by typing or speaking search terms into a search bar located on the home screen of your mobile phone.

After releasing a voice-enabled version of its OneSearch plug-in to a few Nokia phones last August, Yahoo has been slowly expanding the application's capabilities, as well as expanding the application itself, to the remaining mobile platforms. Considering the California company's latest string of woes, its slower rate of production compared to competing mobile search apps, namely Google, isn't too surprising.

What the OneSearch update offers is essentially good, but it isn't anything new to the field of voice search, either. Among the additions is a location feature that uses cell tower signal to mark your approximate whereabouts. After placing you, your search results will list local businesses by default. It's a necessary feature to win mindshare among mobile searchers, but Yahoo is playing catch-up among its peers. Microsoft integrated its version of location triangulation into Windows Live Search for mobile last month, and location awareness has been a big part of Google's mobile map client for well over a year.

Yahoo's OneSearch application and shortcut also receive some nice enhancements in the suggested search department. As you type a query, Yahoo's search app breaks its predictive offerings into two. The first block of suggestions is populated with a list of your previous search terms. The second block pulls in matches from an internal dictionary that include the first letters you've already typed. Although assisted search is by now a comfortably worn theme in browser and mobile search, it's welcome in Yahoo OneSearch as a timesaver all the same.

Yahoo's final feature is brand-new support for its voice search plug-in for Windows Mobile phones--but only in the U.S. Yahoo's OneSearch apps, however, have expanded onto some cell phone models in Australia, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.

Courtesy:download.com

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Download Valentines Theme for Nokia mobile phones


Download the nice valentines theme on the eve of valentine's day for your nokia mobile phone. This theme can be installed on Nokia Symbian S60 3rd edition 240×320 phones.

Phones that support these themes:
Nokia N73, N81, N81 8gb, N93, N91, N95, N96, the spanking new Nokia N97, N95
8gb, 6120, 6121, 6210, E90, N85, N79, N80, N71, N75, N76, E50, E51, E60, E61, E62, E66, 3250, N92, 5700, 5500 Xpress Music, 5800 Tube.

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Apple iPhone LCD Alarm Clock App

iPhone is more then a phone, it’s a games machine, it’s a music machine, it’s a camera (not the best in the world), it’s an Internet device and now it’s your alarm clock with this cool new app.

The LCD clock displays the time and calendar when the iPhone is charging, with the built-in calendar you can easily flick past each month and checkout holidays and highlight events.

The apps costs 99c and is available to download from the Apple Apps store.

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Sony ericson 8 MP Hikaru mobile phone to launch next week

Here is the first leaked picture of Sony Ericsson’s new Walkman-branded slider phone with metal housing. Known as the Hikaru, the music phone will be officially announced next week, before the MWC 2009, in Barcelona.

Some specs include a 2.6 inch display, an 8MP camera, Walkman player 4.0, stereo speakers, dedicated music keys, a 3.5mm headset jack and 8GB of internal memory. There’s no word on pricing yet, but it will be released in Q2 of ‘09. That’s what we know right now.

The Hikaru is a high-end device with high-end features. We’ll be watching this one.

via Semcblog

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Sony ericson S001 Cybershot mobile features and Pics

Sony Ericsson au S001 Cyber-shot mobile Phone specifications :
  • GSM/CDMA phone
  • Has a 3.3-inch OLED display (480 x 854)
  • Supports 1Seg digital TV
  • Integrated GPS
  • Bluetooth connectivity
  • Comes in 3 different colors; black, magenta and olive/gold.
  • 8.1 MP camera






Cybershot Camera Specs:
  • iSCN - 8 different scene modes (Night Portrait, Night, Daylight Portrait, Daylight, Portrait, Landscape, Macro, and Text) that automatically adjusts shutter speeds and exposure levels to produce quality images.
  • Smile Shutter - captures a picture when a smile is detected (from "smile metre")
  • Face Detection - detects and focuses on up to three faces and categorizes the picture to "kids", "person", and "smile"
  • ISO1600
  • PhotoFlash
  • BestPic
  • PhotoFix
  • StickiPics - Japanese sticker picture frames
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Google offers 1.5million books to download FREE on mobile phone

It is one of the world’s biggest libraries,but fits neatly into the palm of your hand.Google has unveiled a free service that allows users to access a wealth of classic books on their mobile phones.

The internet firm is offering 1.5million electronic novels to download, including classics such as Oliver Twist, Emma and The Jungle Book.

It believes the latest generation of phones, which have large colour screens, now make it viable to provide the service.

Google said it hoped it would lead to more people reading regularly.

The move will see the firm taking on Amazon and Sony, which offer dedicated electronic book readers.

Experts said they expected an online battle for the market.

Stuart Miles, of gadget website Pocket-lint, said: 'Google has obviously seen how Amazon dominated the online selling of real books, and wants to stop that happening again.

'By offering free, out-of-copyright books they can instantly offer this huge library.

'Google's approach is also very clever because it is costing them very little, as they don't have to develop their own hardware.'

The service is only available to those with iPhone or Android phones. Users in the UK will have access to 600,000 books whilst those in the U.S will have the full 1.5million. All the works are out of copyright, keeping Google's costs down.

Source: Dailymail.co.uk
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Mobile Phone virus that steals money

MOSCOW: A virus that attacks the mobile phones in Russia and 'steals money' by sending unauthorised SMS texts to gain control over the bank account, could spread global, experts here have warned. The virus that had only previously been seen in Russia, has now been found on an Indonesian cell phone, a leading antivirus lab here has informed.

"The unauthorised operating of mobile phone users' accounts will gain momentum in future, and spread all across the world," Denis Maslennikov, a virus analyst for the Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab was quoted as saying by 'Russia Today' TV.

The virus gains unauthorised control over the cell account and then sends an SMS to a service number, requesting a money transfer from the victims account.

The yet unnamed virus is a Trojan and takes control of the victim's mobile account, and steals money from it.

Those at risk are phones which run the Symbian file system for mobile devises and have SMS money transfer enabled.

As wireless phone and PDA networks become more numerous and more complex, it has become increasingly difficult to secure them against viruses. Though a major mobile epidemic is still to come, a few viruses are already active.

Courtesy:ET
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Five Mini Browsers For Your Mobile Phone


Now mobile phone is best used for surfing web. With new mobile browsers coming each and every day, here is the list of top 5 mobile browsers.

Opera Mini

UCWEB

Teashark

Skyfire

Fennec

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VOXOFON International Calling for Android Phones

HOUSTON, Nov 10, 2008 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- VOXOFON's transparent, budget-friendly service for roaming and international calls on mobile phones using the new Android(TM) platform* is now available from Android Market, the official distribution channel for applications on Android phones.
Customers who downloaded the beta version onto their T-Mobile G1(TM) phone have praised the application's transparency and ease of use. Users can place calls as usual using the phone's Dialer or Contacts. When an international call is detected, the VOXOFON window pops up, listing options and rates. VOXOFON needs no WiFi zone; it works wherever there is mobile phone coverage.
Current G1 phone owners can download the VOXOFON application on the device by clicking on the "Market" icon for a list of Android applications. In addition, VOXOFON's website, http://www.voxofon.com, has a special section with a short video showing how to use the service.
Alexey Goloshubin, president and CEO of VOXOFON, sees his application as encouraging international callers to use their mobile phones.
"At present, most people who own mobile phones still make international calls via landlines, calling cards or computer VoIP services," Goloshubin said. "With inexpensive and easy-to-use options such as VOXOFON's Android application, we expect an increasing number of people to use their mobile phones for calls abroad. It's much more convenient."
VOXOFON offers the widest range of options for low-cost international calling. Beginning at 1.3 cents per minute, with no additional fees, VOXOFON customers can make calls using their computer, their land line, their cell phone or a smart phone, such as the G1 or an iPhone, for which the company also offers a special application. For calls from a PC, there is no need to download any special software, and VOXOFON works on both Windows and Linux systems with Java runtime installed. For calling card users, VOXOFON customers can use their accounts as virtual calling cards.
All VOXOFON services are available under a single account, providing customers with the flexibility to use the service they find most convenient.
VOXOFON LLC is based in Houston, Texas. For more information or a free test call, go to http://www.voxofon.com.
*Android is a trademark of Google Inc. Use of this trademark is subject to Google Permissions. http://www.google.com/permissions/index.html.
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Send Free SMS and Picture Messages from your mobile phone


Messmo is a Free application for mobile phones with Internet access. Download it and share with friends to access Free SMS and picture messaging. Send FREE SMS, and FREE picture messages to your friends and other messmo users, and FREE SMS to non messmo friends. Connect to Facebook, Email and dozens of channel's on messmo. Create your own channel and broadcast to messmo users. messmo uses your mobile number and gives you and your friends FREE SMS with attachments. No registration, and no spam or advertising. Just download and go. Get messmo now! Download at www.messmo.com, and download from wap.messmo.com.
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Google launches application to track mobile users

An online searching service giant Google Inc. announced about the release of a new application that enables mobile phone users to automatically share the information about their location with the family members or their friends. Mobile service subscribers in 27 countries around the world will be able to provide their whereabouts details to others via Google Latitude.

Users can set up their options and specify who will receive the information as well as go offline at any time. Meantime, people can track their friends’ location details on a Google map either from their mobile device or from a PC. The new service offered by Google replicates the one that is already being provided by privately-held Loopt. At the moment Loopt's service is available through the companies like Verizon Wireless, owned by Verizon Communications and Vodafone Group Plc. It is also can be accessed from Apple iPhones.

As for Latitude the software will be compatible with Research In Motion Ltd's Blackberry and devices running on Symbian S60 devices or Microsoft Corp's Windows Mobile and some T-1 Mobile phones running on Google's Android software. In addition the company says that the service will eventually run on Apple's iPhone and iTouch and many Sony Ericsson devices.
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Samsung 12 MP mobile phone releasing soon?


Samsung was the first manufacturer to release an 8MP camera phone (the Innov8, outed one month before Sony Ericsson’s C905), and it looks like it will also be the first to announce and launch a 12MP handset. Telecoms Korea says that, according to another Korean publication, the world’s first 12 Megapixel camera phone will be unveiled by Samsung at MWC 2009, thus in about two weeks from now. Details about the phone are basically inexistent, but it’s said that Samsung plans to begin mass production before the end of February, with the intention of releasing it in Europe first.

source: Unwired
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Scientists want to put Sensors into mobile phones


Being at the right place with a camera phone can make anyone an amateur reporter nowadays. How about turning cellphone users into amateur scientists? Cellphones can take pictures, record sounds, reveal location, and even measure temperature and sense light. And they are everywhere—there are more than 260 million subscribers in the United States alone. So cellphones seem an ideal tool for collecting research data, according to Eric Paulos, assistant professor at Carnegie Mellon University’s Human-Computer Interaction Institute, in Pittsburgh.

Paulos has lofty goals. He wants to incorporate various environment sensors into cellphones. Everyday cellphone users would then become “citizen scientists,” measuring temperature, wind speed, pollen count, or air pollution levels and sharing the data with researchers. He will be presenting his ideas next month at the ETech 2009 conference in San Jose, Calif.

Environment sensing is usually done using a few reading stations spread around cities. Cellphones would give researchers thousands of mobile sensors gathering rich sets of local data at almost no cost. “Scientists would love more data, even if it’s not as high quality, just to have [it] for modeling and for understanding a lot of phenomena,” Paulos says.

Meanwhile, the compilation of measurements taken at every city block would give people more-accurate, up-to-date readings on weather conditions like temperature or humidity near their offices rather than for the city as a whole. Allergy or asthma sufferers could figure out which areas to avoid. Plus, says Paulos, the average cellphone user would become more aware of science and the environment: “This digital object people carry around can suddenly participate in helping them view their world in a very different way.”

A test run in Accra, Ghana, proved the idea could work. Paulos’s team gave portable air pollution sensor packs to taxicab drivers and students for two weeks. The resulting model showed microclimates and block-to-block variations, giving a much more nuanced view than the overall city air-quality index. What surprised the researchers was the participants’ response. People started exchanging pollution information with friends, Paulos says, and the data prompted one cab driver to take his car in for an emissions inspection.

Paulos and investigators at Intel Research are performing a similar study using sensors that sample the air and send data to a person’s cellphone via a Bluetooth link. The cellphone then text-messages the data, along with coordinates from the cellphone’s GPS unit, to a central server.

A cellphone’s GPS unit on its own can make for valuable data, other researchers have found.

Alexandre Bayen, a civil engineering professor at the University of California, Berkeley, is using GPS signals for real-time traffic monitoring in the San Francisco Bay Area. People who have downloaded Bayen’s software onto their cellphones automatically send their coordinates to a central server. The data is fused with information from speed sensors and traffic-light sensors deployed by the transportation department. The reconstructed traffic flow is then sent back to cellphones. “On your phone you see a map of wherever you are with a color map on top of it representing a level of traffic exactly like you would see on the Traffic.com Web site,” Bayen says—except it would be more accurate, up-to-the-minute, and sent to you automatically so you can plan your route as you drive.

New York City start‑up Sense Networks, meanwhile, is combining GPS location data with sophisticated machine-learning algorithms to predict consumer and social behavior. The software pools data about where people are, where they go and when, and the distances they travel. This could help financial services firms predict how retailers are doing or tell shop owners where to put their next store, says cofounder Tony Jebara, a computer science professor at Columbia University, in New York City.

Paulos believes that many new applications for cellphones might open up. The time is just right, he says, because of the collision of sophisticated technology with “people and culture being more participatory.”

Source: spectrum

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Sony Ericsson Themes Creator download

You can make your phone look completely different from the rest, The “Themes Creator” is now official and supports all Sony Ericsson phones that support themes.

Sony Ericsson Themes Creator Publisher’s Description, with Themes Creator:

  • Make your phone look completely different
  • Fixed bug 884: Missing default title image in T250/T280 preview
  • Fixed bug 885: Added new phones to release notes chapter 3.1
  • Updated developer guidelines
  • Fixed bug 861: Flash Lite window not updated if already open
  • Fixed bug 881-883: Releated to Default images for LF1.0 functionality
  • Fixed bug 861: Flash Lite window not updated when first opened
  • Implemented 880: Default images for LF1.0 phones
  • Changed developer guidelines to R31A
  • Enabled SWF files for standby
  • Added support for G502 and Z780
Supported Sony Ericsson handsets
  • C702
  • C902
  • F500i
  • G700
  • G900
  • J210/J220/J230
  • J300
  • K200
  • K300
  • K500/K506/K508
  • K510
  • K530
  • K550
  • K600
  • K610
  • K618
  • K660
  • K700
  • K750
  • K770
  • K790
  • K800
  • K810
  • K850
  • M600
  • P1 P900/P908
  • P910
  • P990
  • R300
  • R306
  • S500
  • S700/S710
  • T226/T230/T238/T290
  • T250
  • T280
  • T303
  • T610/T616/T618/T630/T628/T637
  • T650
  • T68i/T300/T306/T310/T312/T316
  • V640
  • V800
  • W200
  • W300
  • W350
  • W380
  • W580
  • W600
  • W610
  • W660
  • W700
  • W710 W760
  • W810
  • W850
  • W880
  • W890
  • W900
  • W910
  • W950
  • W960
  • W980
  • Z250
  • Z300
  • Z310
  • Z320
  • Z500
  • Z520
  • Z525
  • Z530
  • Z550
  • Z555
  • Z600/Z608
  • Z610
  • Z710
  • Z750
  • Z770
  • Z1010
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Download Manager - SmartGET for your mobilephone


Features:
- Multiple download
- Changeable graphical interface
- Export/import ability
- Automatically start download when copy a link
- Idle screen
- Set Timer
- Hot keys
- And much more.

Requires Python 1.4.4

Compatible models:Symbian Os 9.1,9.2,9.3 S60 v3 (3rd edition) NOKIA: Nokia E63 , 5800 XpressMusic , N85 , N79 , E66 , E71 , 5320 XpressMusic , 6220 , N78 , N96 , 6210 Navigator , N82 , E51 , N81 8GB , N95 8GB , N81 , 6121 , 6120 , 5700 , N77 , E90 , E61i , E65 , 6110 Navigator , N76 , N93i , 6290 , N75 , N95 , E62 , E50 , 5500 Sport , N93 , N73 , N72 , N92 , N71 , N80 , E70 , E61 , E60 , 3250 , N91 SAMSUNG: ,Samsung SGH-D730 ,Samsung SGH-D720 ,Samsung SGH-i520 ,Samsung SGH-i400 ,Samsung SGH-i560 ,Samsung SGH-i550 ,Samsung SGH-i450 ,Samsung SGH-G810 ,Samsung SGH-L870 ,Samsung INNOV8 ,Samsung I7110 LG: LG-KT610 ,LG KS10

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Dell to launch new mobile (Smartphone)


Dell has been rumored before to enter the smartphone business and the company might launch one next month. And it’s supposed to be a Windows Mobile phone although Android is also an option. Will we see two Dell smartphone arriving at MWC?

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Medical Dictionary For HTC Phone and windows mobile


Do you want to know about medical terms?It is useful for medical students also. just equiped you with medical dictionary for windows mobile, also, its can be installed on HTC Phone. Medical dictionary included office application category.
Medical dictionary for windows mobile:
Medical dictionary contains about 5,100 terms with clear explanations of technical terminology and technologies used in the Medical & Pharma field, including common terms, insider jargon, acronyms, and new concepts
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Sonim XP3 - the toughest mobile phone in the world


In 2008, a mobile phone set a new benchmark for toughness, being rugged, hard-wearing and virtually indestructible. It was the JCB Tough Phone, and it was incredible. But now its successor, the Sonim XP3, has blown that benchmark wide open. Let's look at this ultimate hardcase.

Sonim XP3 - Surpassing the JCB Phone

Everyone's reaction was broadly similar, when the JCB Tough Phone was unleashed on the world in the early days of 2008. Essentially, no-one could believe they were seeing a phone that could withstand being dropped from a great height, that could shrug off being run over by a tractor or put in a cement mixer. The level of toughness was unprecedented, and people just seemed to fall in love with it. It was hard to believe that any other mobile phone could match it, but unbelievably, the new Sonim XP3 is even tougher. Not only that, but it takes the rugged body it inherited from its bright yellow predecessor, and makes it completely waterproof, making it one of the only mobile phones in existence that you can safely use underwater.
The secret of the immense durability displayed by the Sonim XP3 lies in two areas: the first is its IP-rating, a measure of how resistant to dust and fluids and shock it is. The Sonim XP3 comes in at a rating of IP-57. The first digit (measured out of 6) is a measure of how resistant to solid particles getting inside it is, with a 5 meaning the Sonim XP3 is resistant against all but the tiniest dust particles, and even they won't leave a harmful deposit. The second (measured out of 8) is a measure of how resistant it is to liquid entering the phone, with a 7 meaning it's waterproof down to a depth of 1m for up to 30 minutes.

Essentially, the only thing as well-equipped as the Sonim XP3 would be an armour-plated submarine, and the fact that the Sonim XP3 is rated to military specifications against shock and so on, that comparison's not entirely frivolous. It really is true that mobile phones don't come any tougher than this!

Sonim XP3 - Tougher than the JCB phone, and cleverer, too

And then, on top of the immense strength and durability of the Sonim XP3, it also manages to include a very cool feature that its predecessor lacked: full internet access. You will find many places round the internet telling you that the Sonim Xp3 can't surf the web, but the simple fact is, that's wrong. If you take a look at the spec sheet and manual for the Sonim XP3, you'll see it includes Opera Mini, a Java-based web browser that does give full internet access. Imagine that with a data package on, for example, O2, and you get the first mobile phone that could safely let you view the internet underwater. Ok, it may not be as sexy or as feature packed as something like the Nokia 5800, but could that phone let you look at the internet, say when you're in the bath (why you'd want to look at the internet in the bath is another matter)? The Sonim XP3 can, and it's because of unique features, like that, that it's going to be huge.

Article Source: http://www.articlealley.com/article_766198_45.html

Author: Matt Sharp
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Apple’s IPhone Dominates Mobilephone Gaming Downloads

The iPhone is, by far, the most popular mobile-phone gaming platform in the U.S. Out of the top 10 models of phones used for downloading games, four are iPhones, which hold the top three spots as well, according to market research company comScore.

The 8GB, 3G version of the iPhone tops the list. It is followed by the original 8GB version and the 16GB, 3G version. The old 16GB iPhone trails the others, but it is still number seven on the list.

A total of about 1.1 million U.S. owners of the four iPhone models have used the device for downloading games, according to comScore.

There are a number of explanations for Apple's dominance, according to Alistair Hill, analyst at comScore.

"The App Store is incredibly easy to use. It's marketed very well, so everybody knows about it, and also it allows game developers to develop for it in a very easy and transparent way," said Hill.

via:Pcworld
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Download bluetooth file sender mobile app

This is a easy to use tool manager foe your mobile devices. If you have photos on your phone. This is the tool for you. Send all photos from your phone to the PC easily. You can access your phone to other PC in network and copy needed files, delete not needed photos and so on. This tool allow you to upload any kind of files to your mobile phone in any location.

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Download Nokia Security Code Unlocker

Features/Info/Requirement :
All who have little place on phone memory so they cant recive big files and cant change storage location in options DO EXACTLY THIS:

1. Unrar and install MsvDriveE.sis to your phone.
2. It will change your SMS folder to MMC. If not, restart phone.
3. Use a file manager and copy 'C:\System\Mail' folder onto MMC (somewhere, NOT E:\System\Mail !)
4. Turn off phone and remove MMC.
Power on phone without MMC. Open 'Messages' once, it will turn SMS setting back on phone. Then turn off phone again.
5. Reinsert MMC, power on phone. Use a file manager, go to E:\System. Delete the 'Mail' folder. Move the copied 'Mail' (the other real one which we wanted to use) into E:\System. Hopefully you will suceed, as long as the phone has just restarted and you havent' opened 'messages' application or send/receive any messages.
6. Use filemanager, go to C:\System\Apps\MsvDriveE and click on MsvDriveE.app. It will reconfigure to use MMC for messages again.

DONT ERASE MsvDriveE.app OR MOBILE WILL USE PHONE MEMORY AGAIN

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