K1 a volta triunfal aos palcos

Bom pessoal no post anterior eu tinha dito que o meu K1 teria vindo com problema, mais a verdade é que ele não estava com problema e sim com uma SEEM alterada acidentalmente por mim durante um das modificações.

Eu já estava esperando a transportadora passar para levar ele de volta para ser substituído, quando hoje pela manha conversando com o meu amigo Earlie dono do fórum Gsmmasters.com.br (vale apena conhecer), me encorajou a atualizar o firmware dele e me guiou via MSN, de inicio fiquei com medo, mais a adrenalina subiu e resolvi meter mão pois antes fizemos um back-up completo para retornar a versão original caso algo desse errado.

E não é que deu errado logo na primeira tentativa de atualizar o bicho, porem com muita tranquilidade ele me mandou voltar o back-up original e logo em seguida o aparelho estava funcionando, pronto, me senti mais seguro e fomos atras de uma outra firm para o aparelho, uma chamada, mp by_gaziro tuning_motokrzr_k1.

Atualizei com essa firmware e o aparelho ficou 100% sem nenhum erro, com varias funções habilitadas, o som 40% mais alto e de quebra um menu lindo do Sony Ericsson C902.

Resumindo, apesar de muitos falarem que eu fiz besteira, que a Motorola é isso é aquilo, eu acho que o K1 faz bem a sua função, o sinal e bom, o som é bom, a câmera pra 2mp tira fotos satisfatórias, tem slot para cartão de memoria e funciona como pen drive alem de ser leve fino discreto e elegante, eu com certeza irei ficar com ele ate o fim do ano como já disse antes. A baixo tem um vídeo do youtube com a firm que eu instalei.

Gostaria de agradecer ao Earlie do www.gsmmasters.com.br pela sua ajuda, pois sem ela essa hora o K1 ainda estaria na caixa esperando para ser levado.

The Pirate Bay to be sold by August 2009

The Pirate Bay website which is termed as one of the world's largest facilitators of illegal downloading is all set to be sold to a

gaming company called the Global Gaming Factory X by August 2009. The Pirate Bay was in controversies many a times, the recent

being when the website's servers located in Stockholm were raided by Swedish police causing it to go offline for three days.

What exactly does The Pirate Bay website do ? Well basically it indexes and tracks BitTorrent (.torrent) files available online. In other words this website is useded by thousands of people to download free softwares, games, video, movies the site is used for free.

The website features efficient browse function which enables users to see what is available in categories like Audio, Video and Games as well as more specific categories like Audio books, Highres Movies, and Comics also enabling them to download these

files absolutely free. The contents which are mostly illegal can then be sorted basis categories by file name, number of seeds or leechers, dates posted, etc.

Global Gaming Factorywill acquire the site’s domain names and sites for SEK 60,000,000 ($7.8 million) - SEK 30,000,000 in cash and the rest in newly issue shares. Once taken over the Pirate Bay would have a new business model and probably a paid service.

Before it disappears do check out the website and its features...

Farra Online Legalizada.




Que o nosso presidente usa e abusa do seu carisma, para transmitir o que ele quer aos outros é absolutamente conhecido, porem ele passou dos limites.

Dizer que a Lei Azeredo é censura? Perfeita ela está longe de ser, há muitos detalhes que precisam ser melhorados, principalmente nos ditos pontos polêmicos.

Leiam a bobagem que o presidente disse Nesse Link

Chamar de censura? Censura é um certo "conselho nacional de jornalismo", mas como os nossos ministros do STF, fizeram em um ato a oficialização da desregulamentação do jornalismo, acabaram sem querer, cortando as asas da FENAJ, já que parte da verdadeira idéia do CNJ perdeu o sentido, pois "qualquer um pode ser jornalista".

Calar-se diante de uma tentativa de organizar a bagunça na internet brasileira é o máximo do aceitável, mas tentar usar a teoria geral da bravata para justificar o injustificável, algo que pode se tornar um avanço na lei brasileira, ultrapassou o limite do razoavel, ao criticar um projeto da oposição que é bom para o país. pagamos nosso presidente para ele fazer o que é melhor para o
nós e não para o PT.


Acabou? Não, tem mais AQUI

A culpa agora não é do Lula, mas vejam só
"Blogs, Twitter, Facebook, MSN Messenger, torpedo,
vale tudo", afirmou Dino.

Que cada candidato tenha um perfil em cada site eu não ligo, agora SMS? "Entre as restrições de atuação, a nova lei eleitoral obriga candidatos a bloquearem o envio de mensagens para eleitores que expressarem o desejo de não recebê-las".

Alem de favorecer aqueles com mais poder econômico na campanha, que é uma distorção, eu duvido que a maioria das pessoas queiram receber SMS ou MMS de candidatos. o processo devera ser inverso, quem quer receber mensagem dos candidatos no celular, que corra atrás.


Isso sem falar de cada candidato poder ter mais de um site... alem de autorizar sites .com que SAEM DA JURISDIÇÃO BRASILEIRA. Já que existe toda uma tramitação legal no exterior para retirar sites do ar, já que a justiça no Brasil peca pelo excesso de celeridade, talvez seja hora de colocar um pé no freio, se não podem estragar a farra em Brasília.


As boas iniciativas sao barradas e as ruins vão em frente. Voto Não Tem Preço, Tem Consequências.


Foto por: Francis Beheregaray

Morrison Android Phone By Motorola

Morrison Android Phone By Motorola


It looks like that rumored Motorola Morrison, said to be T-Mobile’s fifth Android smartphone, is a real device after all.

A recently-leaked live image is apparently showing the unannounced device in the wild.

Similar to what we’ve seen before, the Motorola Morrison is a touchscreen handset with a sliding QWERTY keyboard. It has a pretty nice design, and the keyboard layout is surely interesting.

Also interesting is the black-blue-white color combination that Motorola used:

It’s said that Motorola Morrison will be released by T-Mobile USA sometime in the fourth quarter of 2009 (probably not under this name). Until then, however, we should see several other Android handsets launched, with MyTouch 3G being the first.

Credit : http://www.unwiredview.com/2009/06/20/t-mobiles-motorola-morrison-spotted-in-the-wild/

Sony Ericsson W995 Best camera on a Walkman phone yet

SE W995


Key Features:

  • Brushed metal body parts
  • Quad-band GSM, dual-band HSDPA
  • 2.6" 256K-color TFT display of QVGA resolution
  • 8.1 megapixel camera with autofocus, LED flash, geo-tagging, face detection
  • WQVGA video recording at 30fps
  • Built-in GPS with A-GPS functionality
  • Wi-Fi with DLNA support
  • Bluetooth (with A2DP) and USB v2.0
  • Accelerometer sensor
  • 118MB of internal memory and M2 memory expansion (8GB card included)
  • Stereo speakers
  • 3.5 mm audio jack
  • Kickstand
  • Walkman 4.0 music player with Shake control and SensMe
  • FM radio with RDS
  • Multi-tasking support
  • Smart dialing
  • Comfortable keypad, nice sliding mechanism

Main disadvantages:

  • Video recording limited to WQVGA
  • No lens protection
  • No DivX/XviD video support (though it's touted as a video-centric phone)
  • Kickstand construction could've been more reliable
  • No office document viewer
Price : Approximately 500 US Dollars

SE W995 is the best choice for people who want both camera and walkman very good quality
as the example pictures below


Macro Mode


Panorama Mode

Asus P835 GPS Mobile Phone

Asus P835


ASUS P835 specs and features
:
  • Quad band GSM/GPRS/EDGE connectivity (850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz)
  • Tri band UMTS/HSPA connectivity (900 / 1900 / 2100 MHz) for downloads up to 7.2 Mbps and uploads up to 2 Mbps
  • On-screen QWERTY keyboard
  • A-GPS
  • Wi-Fi
  • Opera Mobile
  • 5MP autofocus camera
  • Bluetooth 2.0 with EDR
  • USB 2.0
  • Qualcomm 7201A 528MHz processor
  • 288MB SDRAM, 256MB ROM
  • 4GB of internal memory
  • MicroSDHC card support
  • Talk time: up to 6 hours on 3G networks, or 7 hours on 2G networks
  • Standby time: up to 350 hours
  • 115 x 59 x 13.8 mm
  • 148 grams
Unparalleled Internet Browsing Experience
The ASUS P835 is designed to help users get the most out of the Internet. It is embedded with Opera Mobile, a fast, user-friendly and rich-featured browser that brings a complete Web experience to the P835. Users will be able to perform the full breadth of online tasks-from hopping onto their social networking sites and updating their blogs, to checking email and viewing streaming video. The P835 also enables users to switch between 12-key, half-Qwerty and full-Qwerty virtual keyboard modes, allowing them to choose an input method that best suits their current task. A responsive tracking ball significantly improves scrolling, and the phone's large 3.5" display ensures every webpage is displayed crisply and vividly.

Crystal Clear 3.5" WVGA Touchscreen
The P835 is equipped with a large 3.5" touchscreen that runs at WVGA (800 x 480 pixels) resolution-offering five times the number of pixels of most phones-thus rendering the P835 capable of delivering unprecedented clarity and screen real estate. Regardless of whether it is used for watching movies in full screen, browsing through photos, perusing documents or surfing the Internet, the P835 will provide visual enjoyment on the mobile platform like never before.

New Glide: The Best Mobile Interface, Now Even Better
The P835 features an updated, streamlined and enhanced iteration of ASUS' exclusive Glide-the most innovative, intuitive and interactive mobile user interface available today. New Glide has been given a significant facelift over its predecessor, boasting new icons that take the beauty and interactivity of the interface up a notch-making the best even better. Subtle, bold, modern, swanky or sweet-the P835 has a theme that will appeal to everyone.

Doubles as a Wi-Fi Access Point
The P835 has the additional ability to function as a Wi-Fi Access Point. It can share its high-speed HSPA cellular data or Internet connection over Wi-Fi with up to 10 devices, such as laptops or other PDA phones. Connecting devices is a simple affair thanks to the P835's user-friendly interface, and dropped connections are automatically restored.

Release Date : Not confirmed yet

Price : Coming soon

HTC Hero Android Os From Google

HTC Hero Android


Specifications

Processor

Qualcomm® MSM7200A™, 528 MHz

Platform

Android™

Memory

ROM: 512 MB

RAM: 288 MB

Dimensions (LxWxT)

112 x 56.2 x 14.35 mm (4.41 x 2.21 x 0.57 inches)

Weight

135 grams (4.76 ounces) with battery

Display

3.2-inch TFT-LCD touch-sensitive screen with 320x480 HVGA resolution

Network

HSPA/WCDMA:

- 900/2100 MHz
- Up to 2 Mbps up-link and 7.2 Mbps down-link speeds

Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE:

- 850/900/1800/1900 MHz

(Band frequency and data speed are operator dependent.)

Device Control

Trackball with Enter button

GPS

Internal GPS antenna

Connectivity

Bluetooth® 2.0 with Enhanced Data Rate and A2DP for wireless

Wi-Fi®: IEEE 802.11 b/g

3.5 mm audio jack

Camera

5.0 megapixel color camera with auto focus

Audio supported formats

MP3, AAC(AAC, AAC+, AAC-LC), AMR-NB, WAV, MIDI and Windows Media® Audio 9

Video supported formats

MPEG-4, H.263, H.264 and Windows Media® Video 9

Battery

Rechargeable Lithium-ion battery

Capacity: 1350 mAh

Talk time:

- Up to 420 minutes for WCDMA

- Up to 470 minutes for GSM

Standby time:

- Up to 750 hours for WCDMA

- Up to 440 hours for GSM

(The above are subject to network and phone usage.)

Expansion Slot

microSD™ memory card (SD 2.0 compatible)

AC Adapter

Voltage range/frequency: 100 ~ 240V AC, 50/60 Hz

DC output: 5V and 1A

Special Features

G-sensor

Digital Compass


Release Date : The HTC Hero will be available to people across Europe in July and in Asia later in the summer. A distinct North American version will be available later in 2009.

Price : Approximately 440 Uk Pounds


Samsung I8000 Omnia II Part II of Omnia

Samsung I8000 Omnia II



General 2G Network GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G Network HSDPA 900 / 1900 / 2100
Announced 2009, June
Status Coming soon. Exp. release 2009, Q3

Size
Dimensions 118 x 59.6 x 11.9 mm
Weight 117 g

Display
Type AMOLED resistive touchscreen, 65K colors
Size 480 x 800 pixels, 3.7 inches
- TouchWiz 2.0 UI
- Accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate and Motion UI
- Handwriting recognition

Sound
Alert types Vibration; MP3, WAV ringtones
Speakerphone Yes
- 3.5 mm audio jack

Memory
Phonebook Practically unlimited entries and fields, Photocall
Call records Practically unlimited
Internal 2/8/16 GB storage
Card slot microSD (TransFlash), up to 32GB

Data
GPRS Class 10 (4+1/3+2 slots), 32 - 48 kbps
HSCSD Yes
EDGE Class 10, 236.8 kbps
3G HSDPA, 7.2 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps
WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g
Bluetooth Yes, v2.0 with A2DP
Infrared port No
USB Yes, microUSB v2.0

Camera
Primary 5 MP, 2592 x 1944 pixels, autofocus, Dual Power LED flash
Features Geo-tagging, face and smile detection, mobile blogging
Video Yes, 720x480@30fps
Secondary VGA videocall camera

Features OS Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional, upgradeable to Windows Mobile 6.5
CPU ARM 1176 800MHz processor, dedicated graphics
Messaging SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, IM
Browser HTML, Opera Browser v9.5
Radio Stereo FM radio with RDS
Games Yes, 3D interactive games
Colors Black
GPS Yes, with A-GPS support
Java Yes, MIDP 2.0
- Photo editor, video editor
- DixX / XviD / MPEG4/ H.263/ H.264/ WMV player
- MP3/ e-AAC+/ WMA / WMDRM / OMA DRM 2.1 player
- Find Music service
- Media Gate 3D

Battery Standard battery, Li-Ion 1500 mAh
Stand-by Up to 430 h (2G) / Up to 430 h (3G)
Talk time Up to 10 h (2G) / Up to 10 h (3G)


Sony Ericsson Satio (Idou) 12.1 Mega pixel Of SE

SE Satio

Availability and versions
Networks:

  • GSM GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900
  • UMTS HSDPA 2100

  • True 16:9, 3.5 inch widescreen – feast your eyes on movies
  • Express yourself through images – 12.1 megapixel camera, intuitive touch focus, Xenon flash and face and smile detection
  • Web albums with messages – talk through pictures and share your experiences
  • Intuitive full touch media menu – tap directly into your favourites, from web pages to pictures and media files
  • Symbian Foundation operating system – thousands of applications available online
  • Music player – play your tunes loud and proud

To make your listening experience even better team Satio with the smallest headset on the market, the Wireless Stereo Headphones HBH-IS800 to listen in crystal clear sound. Alternatively, maximise your mobile video experience with the Video Viewing Stand IM920.

Satio supports GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 and UMTS/HSDPA 850/900/2100. Satio will be available in selected markets from early Q4 in the colours; Black, Silver and Bordeaux.

The Sony Ericsson Satio at a glance

Satio
Camera

  • 12.1 megapixel camera
  • Up to 12x digital zoom
  • Auto focus
  • BestPic™
  • Face detection
  • Geo tagging of photos
  • Image stabilizer
  • Photo feeds
  • Photo fix
  • Send to web
  • Red-eye reduction
  • Smile detection
  • Touch focus
  • Video light
  • Video recording
  • Xenon flash

Music

  • Album art
  • Bluetooth™ stereo (A2DP)
  • Media player
  • Music tones (MP3/AAC)
  • PlayNow™
  • TrackID™

Web

  • WebKit web browser
  • Bookmarks
  • Web feeds

Communication

  • Call list
  • Speakerphone
  • Vibrating alert
  • Video calling

Messaging

  • Conversations
  • Email
  • Exchange ActiveSync™
  • Handwriting recognition
  • Instant messaging
  • On-screen QWERTY keyboard
  • Picture messaging (MMS)
  • Predictive text input
  • Sound recorder
  • Text messaging (SMS)

Design

  • Auto rotate
  • Gesture control
  • Media
  • Picture wallpaper
  • S60 5th edition Symbian™ OS
  • Touchscreen
  • Wallpaper animation

Entertainment

  • HD and 3D games
  • Facebook™ application
  • FM radio with RDS
  • Java
  • Video streaming
  • Video viewing
  • YouTube™

Connectivity

  • Bluetooth™ technology
  • Modem
  • PictBridge
  • Synchronisation
  • TV out
  • USB mass storage
  • USB support
  • In-built WiFi™

Organizer

  • Alarm clock
  • Calculator
  • Calendar
  • Contacts
  • Document readers
  • Document editors
  • Flight mode
  • Notes
  • Tasks

Location-based services

  • A-GPS
  • Google Maps™
  • Turn-by-turn navigation

Accessories
In-Box:

  • Satio
  • Battery
  • Battery Charger
  • 8GB Memory card
  • USB cable
  • Media manager
  • Colour-matched stereo portable handsfree
  • User guide

Optional:

  • Video Viewing Stand IM920

Facts and Figures

  • Size: 112 x 55 x 13.3 mm
  • Weight: 126 grams
  • Colours: Black, Silver and Bordeaux
  • Main screen: 16,777,216 colour nHD TFT
  • 16:9 widescreen
  • Resolution: 640 x 360 pixels
  • Size: 3.5 inches
  • Phone memory: 128 MB
  • Memory Card Support: SanDisk microSD™
Release Date : available in the early fourth quarter of 2009 in Black, Silver, and Bordeaux colors

Price : Not confirmed yet


Sony Ericsson W980i The Walkman Mobile Phone

Sony Ericsson W980i



GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 - 2G Network
• HSDPA 2100 - 3G Network
• 2.2 Inch TFT Display - 256K colors/240 x 320 pixels
• Also has secondary TFT display - 256K colors/176 x 176 pixels
• MP3, AAC & Polyphonic Ringtones
• Vibration
• 30 received, 30 Photo call & 30 dialed (Call records)
• 1000 x 20 fields, Photo call (Phonebook)
• 8 GB Built in Memory (NO card slot)
• EDGE Class 10, 236.8 kbps
• GPRS Class 10 (4+1/3+2 slots), 32 - 48 kbps
• 3G HSDPA 3.6 Mbps
• HSCSD
• Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP
• USB v2.0
• HTML (NetFront), WAP 2.0/xHTML, RSS reader (Browser)
• SMS, EMS, MMS, Instant Messaging & Email
• Games
• 3.2 MP camera - 2048×1536 pixels, secondary video call camera
• Walkman player
• FM transmitter
• TrackID music recognition
• Shake control
• FM radio with RDS
• Java MIDP 2.0
• Image viewer, Picture editor, Organiser
• T9
• Built-in handsfree
• Voice memo
• Up to 300 hours standby time
• Up to 9 hours talk time
• 92 x 46 x 16.9 mm
• 100 grams

Price At Today : Approximately 200-230 Us Dollars

I think SE W980I is now the best answer for people who love to enjoy with music everywhere with W series of Sonny Ericsson but in W980i SE decide to use Clear Bass + Clear Voice to relace Magabass

In ear phone which is come with SE W980i also have a very good quality. The only problem that I heard before is about original firmware but the problem is now solved with the latest firmware release by SE (
R3EA03v6)

Photo Example : 3.2 Mega pixel

SE W980i is a good choice for people who love music and the price is not high too.

Palm Pre : The new hope of Palm OS

Palm Pre



The Palm Pre is one fine mobile specimen and to illustrate the innards of its beauty and grace, we present to you the specifications of the Palm Pre. Enjoy them thoroughly… we will.

Operating system

  • Palm® webOS™

Network specs|

  • 3G EVDO Rev A

Display

  • 3.1-inch touch screen
  • 24-bit color
  • 320×480 resolution
  • HVGA display

Keyboard

  • Physical QWERTY keyboard

Email

  • Microsoft Outlook® email with Microsoft® Direct Push Technology
  • POP3/IMAP (Yahoo, Gmail, AOL, etc)

Messaging

  • Integrated IM, SMS, and MMS

GPS

  • Built-in GPS

Digital camera

  • 3 megapixel camera
  • LED flash
  • extended depth of field

Sensors

  • Ambient light
  • accelerometer
  • proximity

Media formats supported

  • Audio Formats: MP3, AAC, AAC+, AMR, QCELP, WAV
  • Video Formats: MPEG-4, H.263, H.264
  • Image Formats: GIF, Animated GIF, JPEG, PNG, BMP

Wireless connectivity

  • Wi-Fi 802.11b/g with WPA, WPA2, 801.1x authentication
  • Bluetooth® 2.1 + EDR with A2DP stereo Bluetooth support

Memory

  • 8GB of user storage (~7.4GB user available)
  • USB mass storage support

Phone as laptop modem

  • Bluetooth tethering

Connector

  • MicroUSB connector with USB 2.0 Hi-Speed

Headphone jack

  • 3.5mm stereo

Palm® Touchstone™
charging dock

  • Compatible

Dimensions

  • Width: 59.5mm (2.3 inches)
  • Height: 100.5mm (3.9 inches)
  • Thickness: 16.95mm (0.67 inches)
  • Weight: 135 grams (4.76 ounces)
Release Price : $199.99 after $100 mail-rebate and 2-year contract
Accessories include the optional $69.99 Touchstone charging dock kit that includes the $49.99 dock and $19.99 Pre back cover

Release Date : 6/6/2009

Welcome To World Of Interesting Mobile Phones

I am just one person who love to find information about mobile phones because its develop so fast since it has been invented in 1983 by Motorola

My First Mobile Phone is Nokia 3310


And The Second one is Motorola E398

The Third one is Asus P525

Now I use Asus P535 to be my main Mobile Phone (Today)

Next Post I will Present about the new generation of Palm OS (Palm Pre)

Motorola K1 péssimo começo de relação

Bom pessoal o meu Motobomba K1 chegou no sábado pela tarde e todo contente desembalei e logo de cara uma coisa não me agradou, o K1 não vem com cabo de dados e nem fone de ouvido, que porra é essa Motorola?, dois acessórios baratos que não encarecem em nada o preço final do aparelho não deveriam ficar de fora.

Porem tudo seria bom se não fosse um problema ainda maior, o aparelho que me foi entregue veio com um problema, o visor externo permanece ligado o tempo todo com baixa iluminação mostrando o relógio, e mesmo eu tendo tentado varias configurações, inclusive com o suporte da Motorola, o atendente concluiu que o aparelho realmente estava com defeito, o visor só apaga a iluminação se o cabo USB ou o carregador forem inseridos, fora isso a luz fica acessa o que diminui a vida da bateria.

Só para vocês terem uma idéia, carreguei ele ontem a noite e hoje pela manha sem fazer ou receber nenhuma ligação a bateria já estava em 60%, resumindo entrei em contato com o Submarino e solicitei a troca do aparelho, sera que deveria ter solicitado a devolução do meu dinheiro?. Como gostei do aparelho resolvi dar mais uma chance e pegar outro, agora é só esperar a transportadora passar para pegar o aparelho.

Meu que azar hein

Notebooks Sony VAIO em edição especial


A Sony ira lançar uma linha de notebooks da serie VAIO limitada e que sera vendida exclusivamente nas lojas on line da empresa. A serie VAIO CS, SR, P, Z e TT, a nova serie conta com um número de opções de alta qualidade e, consequentemente, um custo mais elevado alem da opção variada de cores e texturas.



A coleção incluirá um notebook TOP, o VAIO P699E/Q com gabinete preto brilhante, equipado com processador Intel Atom Z540 com uma velocidade de 1,86 GHz e drive SSD de 256 GB. O custo desse portátil é de US$ 2000, e será liberada apenas 1000 cópias, as demais series terão o preço médio em US$ 1360.



via: Sony Insider

Fennec Alpha 2 para Windows Mobile


Foi lançada uma nova versão móvel do navegador da Mozilla, o Firefox Mobile para Windows Mobile. A nova versão do Fennec é Alpha 2, também foi lançada um versão para a plataforma Maeomo usada pelos internet tablets N800/810.

Fennec Alpha 2 para Windows Mobile já está disponível para download gratuito a partir do site do desenvolvedor, a Mozilla informa que por ser uma versão de testes alguns bugs podem ocorrer, as principais melhorias foram, o design atualizado e uma interface mais elaborada, zoom melhorado, suporte para complementos melhorado, console erros javascript, maior estabilidade do navegador e melhor integração com o sistema Windows Mobile.

pela experiencia que tive com o Fennec usando ele no N800, eu digo que ele precisa melhorar muito ainda para ser usado em larga escala pelo usuário comum, ainda sim se você quiser testar o link esta AQUI.

Sony Ericsson T715

After introducing environment-friendly, Sony Ericsson now present to bring back the phone newest T-series, T715. Stylish slider mobile phone comes with these offers 3G connectivity, 3MP camera and keypad Sony Ericsson T715 the most suitable for those happy to send SMS, MMS or email.

Sony Ericsson T715 has 91.5x48x14.9mm dimensions and weight of 96g. Some of the specifications that it has, among other 3.15MP camera with LED flash and geotagging, QVGA screen 2.2-inch, TrackID, PlayNow, microSD, Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP and FM radio with RDS. Unfortunately, the feature is not available for otofokus camera T715.

T715 also offers HSPA facilities, besides it is equipped with NetFront browser and the application Youtube. Integration with Google Maps and Google Search can be done easily directly on the homescreen. Homescreen's T715 has a feature called smart desktop where there are Reminder and such notes to remind important to the user.

T715 will be available also in version T715a for the American market. Both support quad-band GSM / GPRS. Sony Ericsson T715 will be available soon in several countries later in the third quarter with the price which is not yet known.

Vendo Nokia N95 RM159 novo 16 dias de uso


Já que eu faço propaganda de aparelhos softwares e produtos de empresas que não me pagam nada por isso, com exceção do Submarino.com, por que não usar meu próprio blog para vender o meu aparelho.

Pois bem, vendo meu Nokia N95 RM159 prata com microSD de 8GB desbloqueado e sem personalização de nenhuma operadora, original de fabrica com nota fiscal e garantia ate 30 de MAIO 2010, com valor de R$999.00 emitida pelo Submarino.com, o aparelho foi comprado dia 30 de maio e chegou dia 10 de Junho, por tanto 16 dias de uso, acompanha todos os acessórios originais de fabrica, os quais eu nem tirei do plastico ainda, pois tenho carregador e cabo USB avulso, versão do Firmware é 30.0.015 de fabrica.

Vendo por R$800.00, moradores de Salvador podem retirar em mãos, compradores de outra parte do Pais terão de arcar com o custo do envio, o aparelho vai na caixa original com tudo como veio da loja.

Interessados mandem mensagem para: martinezssa@hotmail.com

Cell Phones for Arthritic Seniors

I was surfing the web foe news and updates on cell phones for seniors when I stumbled upon an interesting blog post. Russel Shaw of ZDNet.Com wrote about an interesting experience while spending a Thanksgiving holiday weekend in the home of a senior citizen with arthritic hands.

Shaw narrated that the elderly lady's daughter and brother-in-law signed her up for a cell phone plan, and bought her a cell phone. After exploring her new cell phone, the senior made an interesting comment. She said:
“Don’t the people who make these cellphones realize that these tiny keys are very difficult for older users with arthritic hands?”
This experience led ZDNet blogger to emphasized the need for larger-keyed cellphones for arthritis sufferers. Clearly, there is a need for large button cell phones for seniors.

Well, I made a post on large button cell phones for seniors last month. I gave some examples of handsets that would be ideal cell phones for arthritic seniors. These handsets have wide keypads with large buttons.

I pointed out that the Jitterbug, UTStarcom Coupe 8630, and Sanyo SCP 7050 are good choices for mobile phones for the elderly because of their special buttons and keypad. There is no doubt that these phones will be useful for a senior citizen suffering from arthritis.

One of the visitors also suggested that the Nokia 6085h from Consumer Cellular also sports a large keypad. It is also important to mention that Consumer Cellular offers inexpensive plans for casual users beginning at just $10 a month.

There are cellphones for arthritic seniors in the market but they are few in number. With the exception of the Jitterbug J, no other large button cell phones for seniors have been released. This probably due to the fact that manufacturers are paying more attention to younger users.

That's it for this post on large button cell phones for seniors suffering from arthritis. Tune in to this blog for more news and updates on mobile phones for senor citizens.

Cell Phones for Arthritic Seniors

I was surfing the web foe news and updates on cell phones for seniors when I stumbled upon an interesting blog post. Russel Shaw of ZDNet.Com wrote about an interesting experience while spending a Thanksgiving holiday weekend in the home of a senior citizen with arthritic hands.

Shaw narrated that the elderly lady's daughter and brother-in-law signed her up for a cell phone plan, and bought her a cell phone. After exploring her new cell phone, the senior made an interesting comment. She said:
“Don’t the people who make these cellphones realize that these tiny keys are very difficult for older users with arthritic hands?”
This experience led ZDNet blogger to emphasized the need for larger-keyed cellphones for arthritis sufferers. Clearly, there is a need for large button cell phones for seniors.

Well, I made a post on large button cell phones for seniors last month. I gave some examples of handsets that would be ideal cell phones for arthritic seniors. These handsets have wide keypads with large buttons.

I pointed out that the Jitterbug, UTStarcom Coupe 8630, and Sanyo SCP 7050 are good choices for mobile phones for the elderly because of their special buttons and keypad. There is no doubt that these phones will be useful for a senior citizen suffering from arthritis.

One of the visitors also suggested that the Nokia 6085h from Consumer Cellular also sports a large keypad. It is also important to mention that Consumer Cellular offers inexpensive plans for casual users beginning at just $10 a month.

There are cellphones for arthritic seniors in the market but they are few in number. With the exception of the Jitterbug J, no other large button cell phones for seniors have been released. This probably due to the fact that manufacturers are paying more attention to younger users.

That's it for this post on large button cell phones for seniors suffering from arthritis. Tune in to this blog for more news and updates on mobile phones for senor citizens.

Nokia 3720

Nokia has set up mobile water resistant and dust, called the new Nokia 3720. Nokia 3720 mobile phone has IP54 predicate for the performance of water resistance and dust.

Unlike mobile water resistant and dust from the last Nokia 5500 Sport is running Symbian OS, the Nokia 3720 is a device that runs with the S40. In addition, there is no other information can be obtained about the Nokia 3720. But Nokia will soon be released later in September.

Netbook Nokia

Nokia have made a booking netbook, the most popular mobile computers at this time on Quanta Computer Inc. and Compal Electronics Inc. Information such as news from the Commercial Times, 25 June 2009. Both companies are the largest notebook manufacturer in the world to supply the product to computer manufacturers on board.

Netbook Nokia ordered from Quanta will use the Intel Atom processor chip. And according to a daily based in Taipei, the latest Nokia products that are ready to circulate in the third quarter of this year.

The Nokia smartbook ordered from Compal will use Qualcomm Snapdragon platform. Platform consists of processors with 1GHz speed, integrated 3G mobile broadband, Wi-Fi connectivity and Bluetooth, GPS, and graphics that are able to bring high definition video with a resolution of 1280x720.

Nokia looks serious for the computer industry to plunge the previous day after they announced a partnership with Intel authorized. According to the plan, the products of Nokia smartphone will come, given the processor is Intel Netbook Nokia Atom. During this time, Nokia on ARM as the brain for their handset.

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The role of word-of-mouth in MFS adoption

I recently attended a discussion where the best ways to market Mobile Financial Services were discussed. Very valid ways of explaining the benefit of a new type of financial utility were mentioned. One could use Radio and printed media. Billboards and displays of the message on storefronts were also thought to be a good mechanism to sell the concept. Of course, if the budget allows for it, television is always a good marketing tool.

Experience seems to indicate that word-of-mouth almost invariably plays the biggest role in ensuring a fast roll-out. The need to engender trust in a foreign product is best accomplished by what people you trust tell you. If it is possible to get clients to start convincing prospective clients to join this works best and this is the way that a revolution is started. Some MFS operators have attempted to stimulate Word-of-Mouth campaigns by actually paying clients for signing up new clients. It turns out that the only way that it is possible to achieve a true Word-of-Mouth campaign is by delivering a product that meet the needs of clients. Actually exceeds the needs of clients.

The need for financial services in poor communities

What is it that is really needed by poor communities in as far as financial services are concerned? Do people with a low income and very little money really need financial services? Because if they do not need financial services, what are we busy with... this banking the unbanked thing. So, I thought that I would list the things that people need in communities with limited resources:
  • They have the need to be able to receive remote payments electronically, without having to take a day out and to travel. Many people in poor communities need payments from families working in cities or elsewhere or use government grants as the means for subsistence. The act of receiving these payments are often expensive and complex.
  • The ability to be able to save towards a target is not really available to poor people. Even if some-one cultivates the discipline, the actual mechanisms (putting cash in a bottle etc.) is not convenient or safe. Many people want to buy something big or are planning a major expense (e.g. sending their kids to university etc.). The only way that they can do this is by means of targeted savings.
  • If something happens (like an accident or an unplanned expense for instance), poor people also need access to lending products.
  • I do believe that poor people also need to be able to have a record of their financial transactions. This is important from a number of perspectives, but the most important is that such a transaction records will assist in financial education. It is (for instance) extremely difficult to produce and manage a budget, if no record of financial transactions exist.
Many studies seems to indicate that the need really exists, but what do you think?

Mobile payments' transaction costs

I recently had a discussion on what the pricing should be for mobile payment transactions. Of course, the right answer is "what the market will sustain." In other words, what is the value delivered by mobile payments to subscribers. But before this discussion can be had, one should have a crisp understanding of the cost of these type of transactions. If the price is less than the cost, delivery of the transaction will not be sustainable.

Below is a list of the different sources that will contribute to the ultimate cost of the solution. This is not comprehensive list and I would not like to put specific values to each as they tend to differ from one deployment to another, but I hope this will get the ball rolling, and stimulate further discussion:

  • The first contribution is capital cost. It is impossible to offer these services without investing in systems, infrastructure and equipment. I have found that this is the cost element that is most vigorously attacked. Mobile payment operators are of the opinion that if they can cut this to the bone they will be able to deliver a cheap service. The contrary is true: spend on the installation and the rest of the cost will be lower.
  • Registration costs are often bigger than expected. Preparation of registration material, the people required in support of the process and of course marketing cost all contribute to this. It may be a good idea to ensure that the subscriber pays for this.
  • We have found that the biggest cost is often the cost of support. The cost of a call center, support center, people that reset errors and technical support. This is often under-estimated and sometimes escalate if the system selected is not meeting the need. This cost is a recurring cost and should be balanced with capital cost. If the right investment is made in the beginning, operational support will be much less.
  • Cost elements that are often not catered for (or not properly understood), include the cost of compliance, the cost of fraud and theft, the cost of lost opportunities etc. Systems that does not work or allows loop-holes for fraudulent attacks etc. will ultimately be more expensive than others.

Different ways to integrate Card with Mobile

We live in a world that is controlled and dictated by credit cards - at least in the first world. It is impossible to consider a world without credit cards... no more restaurants or online purchases. But with the invention of mobile money schemes, it has become important to develop different ways of integrating credit cards with mobile phones.

The first integration that one usually sees is the connection of a card to a mobile so that alerts can be sent to the phone when the card is used.

The biggest challenge, of course, is to ensure that a credit card payment can be accepted (or received) utilising a mobile phone. Many solutions have been deployed and today mobile phone subscribers utilise their phone to pay for goods and services using credit cards - in a similar way to using your credit card on the Internet. Some solution providers have utilised different ways of making these transactions more secure and more innovations will happen.

Another approach is to issue a new type of card that is tightly integrated with the cellphone. Some of the more famous examples are Smartmoney in the Philippines and also Mobile Money in South Africa. Many more examples exist, for instance a recent announcement of Romania's Raiffeisen Bank, with a dedicated card that can be used to send money via mobile phones. (See here).

I am actually more interested in other innovative ways that a card can be integrated to a phone: Like being able to disable the card and again enable it via the mobile phone. This feature was recently announced by Veritec (they called it MTC - Mobile Toggle Card) (Read more here). I think that these type of solutions are really innovative and adds a lot of value. So are the ability to change your card PIN on the phone and to be able to link a new card on the phone. These and more functionality are all available on the Fundamo platform out of the box.

Mobile Money Summit introduces a spirit of collaboration

The number of press releases during the past three days emphasising new collaborations is an indication that the Mobile Money community is maturing. The fierce competitive spirit between different companies in the past has been replaced with a drive for open interfaces and creating networks of benefits for all connected parties.

This is a good sign and will lead to a massive growth in successful deployments and operations. By enabling the transactions generated by specific solutions to be made accessible to others the combined growth will benefit every-one. The Western Union announcements specifically is an indication of a willingness to collaborate and changes the dynamics of the different players. I would suggest that it is now important to look at mechanisms that will ensure more connections to as many players as possible.

Mobile Money Operators that do not inter-operate will become less relevant.

USA: Money Supply - Masse monétaire (1961-2009)

Source: DailyWealth

ELITE MODEL LOOK UK... OPEN CASTING 2009!


The Open Casting for Elite Model Look 2009 will be held on July 18th and 19th at St Martin's Lane Hotel. Our scouts and agents will be there from 10am to 6pm both days, waiting to meet you... we are looking for amazing girls of 172cm or taller, aged between 14 and 20 years old. If you think you have the look and attitude to be a top fashion model, come and meet us and register for the world's biggest new faces contest! There's lots up for grabs for the winners, including an amazing photoshoot, the chance to star in a designer fashion show, hookups with the glitterati of the fashion world, plenty of fab fashion and beauty treats, and the trip of a lifetime to China!

Check out www.elitemodellook.co.uk for full details, or to enter online if you can't make the casting.

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Google Voice all set to rock the world

If Google does something it does it humongous. After firmly setting its feet in advertising, analytics, office software and others various other areas. Google Voice seems poised to redefine how many of us use phones in general. Recently Google announce its intend to release Google Voice.

Google Voice - allows users to use a single virtual number which can be programmed to ring at any number of the user’s selected phone number, be it home, office or cellphone. It can also be programmed to direct your calls to voicemail during the evening and weekend hours. So wherever you go your call will reach you instead your caller to find and reach you.

Google Voice is also said to provide various other useful features, some of them are listed below. Click on the respective feature to know more including video demonstration at TechnoWiki.

* Call screening - Announce and screen callers
* Listen in - Listen before taking a call
* Block calls - Keep unwanted callers at bay
* SMS - Send, receive, and store SMS
* Place calls - Call US numbers for free
* Taking calls - Answer on any of your phones
* Phone routing - Phones ring based on who calls
* Forwarding phones - Add phones and decide which ring

* Voicemail transcripts - Read what your voicemail says
* Listen to voicemail - Check online or from your phone
* Notifications - Receive voicemails via email or SMS
* Personalize greeting - Vary greetings by caller
* Share voicemail - Forward or download voicemails

* Conference calling - Join people into a single call
* Call record - Record calls and store them online
* Call switch - Switch phones during a call
* Mobile site - View your inbox from your mobile
* GOOG-411 - Check directory assistance
* Manage groups - Set preferences by group

Google Voice is a product of Google's March 2007 acquisition of GrandCentral. Google Voice is currently available for GrandCentral users only, but will be open to new users soon. This service is expected to be free to all.

Here's David Pogue takes a look at Google Voice, a service that unifies all phones and voicemail.


By far Google Voice seems to be a great application. It makes managing phone calls much easier, and it's free. What do you think ? Share your views below...

Nokia N97 Mini

Mobile phone vendor Nokia will soon release a N97 Mini or better known by the name of Nokia N97 Lite. Lite version is a more light will enter the market at the end of the year. Moderators on this forum site owned by Vodafone Ireland to enter the post that mentions that the service will not be the Nokia N97 the new Mini. Plans that prefer to wait for Nokia N97 mini.

"Because the N97 Mini more competitive, we feel more able to meet consumer segment," said the company in a statement. Vodafone Ireland refused to give an official explanation.

97 Lite Nokia phones will have a price that is cheaper than the N97 is now, and will be sold some time to come.

However, the post was later deleted by Vodafone Ireland. According to the Irish Times, O2, Meteor and 3 Ireland will be the N97, but not to reveal the phone's release date. Mini or better known by the name of Nokia N97 Lite. Lite version is a more light will enter the market at the end of the year. Moderators on this forum site owned by Vodafone Ireland to enter the post that mentions that the service will not be the Nokia N97 the new Mini. Plans that prefer to wait for Nokia N97 mini.

"Because the N97 Mini more competitive, we feel more able to meet consumer segment," said the company in a statement. Vodafone Ireland refused to give an official explanation.

97 Lite Nokia phones will have a price that is cheaper than the N97 is now, and will be sold some time to come.

However, the post was later deleted by Vodafone Ireland. According to the Irish Times, O2, Meteor and 3 Ireland will be the N97, but not to reveal the phone's release date.

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2

Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 is a smartphone with a sexy formfactor. Beyond hope, X1 fails to engross the attention WinMo smartphone users. To see the second generation, Sony Ericsson seems to offer a similar concept, but certainly with the features that are more refined. The most visible feature is the use of the OS. Break rumor that says if the XPERIA X1 is a WinMo smartphone Sony Ericsson's first and last, Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2 with WinMo still faithful and use the latest version of OS is owned by Microsoft, which is 6.5.

Slide-out QWERTY X2 is probably still a little cornered characterize X1. However, if the note further, the type of key used by Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2 more similar with the computer keyboard. X2 superior features include 3.5 WVGA OLED display, GPS, accelerometer, 8.1 MP autofocus camera, VGA 30fps video recorder, the processor is faster than the X1, 512 RAM, the XPERIA panel has been modified to support remote play PS3, and the ability to upgrade to OS Windows Mobile 7. But, the specification of Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2 is still a rumor, so that the data likely will be different from the final version.

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Efficient text input shortcuts on N800/N810

These "tricks" are scattered around the web, but I have not found a compact, to-the-point post with all the shortcuts that we can use on the on-screen (stylus) keyboard and with the hardware keyboard, so here it is:

N800/N810 on-screen stylus keyboard gestures

  • Space: Tap and move right
  • Enter: Tap and move down
  • Backspace: Tap and move left (keep the stylus on the touchscreen and move to the right, then left again, etc.. for multiple backspace keypresses)
  • Shift inversion: Tap the character you want shifted and move up (also works for the number block and its special characters)

N810 hardware keyboard shift+Fn alternatives

  • Shift single character: Press shift, release shift, then press character
  • Single "blue" character: Press Fn, release Fn, then press character
  • Shift lock: Press Shift twice (press shift once to leave the shift lock mode)
  • Fn lock/"Number mode": Press Fn twice (press Fn once to leave the Fn lock mode)

The Single "blue" character shortcut is helpful to enter special characters and numbers on the left side of the hardware keyboard with your left thumb only, as there is no Fn key on the right side of the keyboard.

Update: Timeless pointed out that these are well documented in the OS2008 "Help" application under "Text input methods" and then "Virtual keyboards" and "Integrated keyboard". The latter even includes another hint for entering accented letters and umlauts: Hold down Chr and press the letter key repeated until the desired accented letter appears. Even if you normally don't read the online manual, these two pages are worth reading.

Nokia E72, 5530Xpressmusic, and 3170fold series

Nokia recently the three new products, the Nokia E72, 5530Xpressmusic, and series 3170fold in Nokia Connection 2009 event which will be launched in quarter III and IV quarter of this year. Mary McDowell, Executive VP and Chief Development Officer of the presence of Nokia E72, 5530Xpressmusic, and series 3170fold expected to complete the 40 Nokia products that already exist in the global market at this time. New products Nokia definitely changed following the development of the communication needs of the individual communities.

"User Nokia E72, 5530Xpressmusic, and want to 3170fold series devices that can represent the needs and virginity, including the ease in obtaining connections through social networking sites and entertainment," he said in the opening of Nokia Connection 2009, Monday yesterday.

Nokia E72 is a product of the development of the Nokia E71 with a variety of renewal, such as a square-shaped navigation button right below the touchscreen display now (optical navi). This is easier for users to see a review images, e-mail, and other features before opening the desired features. Nokia E72 Product 5530Xpressmusic and will be launched to the market starting this year's third quarter while the new Nokia 3170fold IV upcoming quarter.

Samsung Louvre B7610, Omnia Pro Full Featured

Mobile phone business of Samsung's latest addition to Samsung Crest Solar E1107 is just out the information on the Internet is the Samsung B7610 Louvre, mobile phone with sliding QWERTY keyboard and touchscreen AMOLED screen size 3.5inci. Mobile phone with Windows Mobile 6.1 OS to run the TouchWiz interface from Samsung, Samsung's B7610 OS Louvre can also upgrade to WinMo 6.5. No information about price and availability of the B7610. But the rumor Samsung B7610 Louvre will be available starting later in the month of July with the European price of 350euro (U.S. $ 500).

Samsung B7610 Louvre screen has 480x800 pixel resolution with 16juta color. Only, because of the limited WinMo 6.1, then the only displayed around 65k colors only. Some of the features offered by Samsung B7610 Louvre, among other otofokus with 5MP camera and image-stabilization (but without the flash or the like), have internal memory capacity of 1GB, up to 32GB microSD slot, quad-band GSM, HSDPA 7.2Mbps, WiFi 802.11b / g , Bluetooth 2.0 and miniUSB. Samsung B7610 Louvre also offers FM radio with RDS and GPS with A-GPS.

Samsung Crest Solar E1107

Ordinary people who work in the outdoor will not run out of battery again. Samsung announced the first GSM mobile phone that uses solar energy is a Samsung E1107. HP is also called the Samsung Crest Solar discharge that can have far wherever the sun. Samsung E1107 Crest Solar which is a dual-band GSM (900Mhz and 1800MHz) has the size and shape, as most mobile phones. The biggest difference Samsung Crest Solar is in the back, have a solar panel which provides talk time 5 to 10 minutes each day refill.

Of course the process of the rechargeable light level depending on the sunlight. Samsung E1107 calculation based on the average sun luks around 80,000 mobile phone with the time off. Samsung E1107 Crest Solar already has many features. The most important of the E1107 is included in the FM radio, MP3 ringtone, game and as a source of light. Samsung E1107 Crest Solar also has security features such as Mobile Tracker, which automatically gives a warning if the SIM card is replaced. In addition, the false call is also available for emergency purposes.

gPodder Maemo 5 UI Preview

While we keep the Diablo packages of gPodder updated, and even improve the UI somewhat, it's also time to think about how to create a good podcatcher UI for the next iteration of Maemo. During the weekend, I've come up with some ideas on how it could look like. Some of the problems have already been fixed in the latest release, watch the video of the new UI here:

You can find a list of things that are already working and things where you could help on the gPodder Fremantle Roadmap, and don't forget to report any bugs you find (both in Diablo and Fremantle) to gPodder @ Maemo Bugs.

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Source: Crottaz Finance

Nokia N86 8MP

Nokia has launched a ready 8MP smartphone Nokia N86 to the global market. 8MP Nokia N86 is the first 8MP camera phone that comes with the 28mm lens. Some of the features of other cameras including a given function and mechanical SHUTTER lens with Carl Zeiss label. 8MP Nokia N86 is also the first mobile phone equipped with the automatic start of APERTURE F2.4, F3.2 and F4.8.

Other superior features of the Nokia N86 8MP such 8GB of internal memory, microSDHC slot, AMOLED display 2.6inci, FM transmiter, WiFi, GPS with A-GPS and digital compass, 3.5mm audio jack and TV-out, Bluetooth A2DP, Quadband GSM and triband HSDPA. When you first announced February, the N86 with the 8MP have price 375euro, now the price increase to 425euro (about U.S. $ 600). Nokia N86 will soon be found in the global market this week.