Android Tablet to cost $200

Published January 5, 2011 by cellera

According to PC Mag. AOC the Strong player in the LCD market is preparing for the launch of their new Android based Tablet named Breeze. The tablet will cost $200 (around Rs. 9000) and features an amazing specsheet that may create waves in the ipod and Tablet Pc market.

“In developing the Breeze Tablet, we were able to capitalize on our expertise in video displays and our strength in the computer industry to create a device that matches our 60-year reputation of providing quality and user-friendly products at a great value,” said Robert Velez, Marketing Manager of AOC, in a statement.

The AOC Breeze features an 8-inch screen that runs at a resolution of 800×600, a 600MHz Arm9 processor, Wi-fi support and 4 whole GBs of internal storage. along with that it comes with Micro SD card reader and USB support.  Breeze will be running on Android 2.1 Eclair.

Where Tablets were considered the high prise Gadget. AOC Breeze  with this prise tag will sure create ripples in the market.

 

Beck up your Android data over WiFi

Published January 4, 2011 by cellera

i came across this  new easy to use application which helps take beck up of your Android device,  with lots of other functions like sync beckup contacts, images, videos, application, file, etc..

The best feature is we can do all this over the WiFi connection… so no need to waste time with wires.

The Application known as Andriod manager WiFi is available for free.

Screenshot :Messages

Screenshot : Contacts

 

Another Official Google phone

Published December 7, 2010 by cellera

Google Phone 2.0 is here in the form of the Nexus S built by Samsung. It includes a 4-inch Super AMOLED  “Contour Display”, 1GHz Hummingbird processor, NFC support and is powered by the new Android 2.3 OS.

Google says: “With this device, users will also be the first to receive software upgrades and new Google mobile apps as soon as they become available.”

The new Nexus S specs also include 16GB of internal storage (finally!) and 512MB of RAM as well as a gyroscope and VoIP support. The Super AMOLED screen has a resolution of 800×480 which is the same as Samsung Galaxy S’s.

The sugar on top of all of this is a 5MP camera on it’s back and a VGA camera on front, it’s most unique feature being the above-mentioned “Contour Display” which is curved to better hug your face when you’re chatting on the phone.

Visit http://www.priceindia.net/mobile/samsung-mobile/samsung-nexus-s-i9020/ for more..

Stress Testing the iPhone 4, HTC Desire

Published November 17, 2010 by cellera
A new website has launched that puts popular smartphones through a series of controlled stress tests to see how they fare. Gadgetstress.com takes smartphones and sets out to put some serious hurt on them, then evaluates them using a ranking system so consumers can tell how each phone stacks up against the competition. They run a series of drop tests that are particularly good at showing what happens when phones hit the carpet, and worse, the tile floor.



Of particular note are the stress tests run on the iPhone 4 and the HTC Desire, two popular smartphones selling at a brisk pace. The videos recorded of the tests are embedded below for your viewing pleasure. I won’t spoil the fun, but am impressed how well the iPhone 4 did on the drop tests. Satisfy your inner klutz with the two stress tests, and visit their site to see a few more.


http://www.youtube.com/v/950ufxJe1Uw?fs=1&hl=en_US

http://www.youtube.com/v/f5rG9juXWTM?fs=1&hl=en_US

Africa has more mobile phone subscribers than North America

Published November 17, 2010 by cellera

I wasn’t expecting something like this, but Total Telecom came out with a report saying that  has more  than North . Could that be the cause (picture) ?
Quoting Wireless Intelligence, “The number of mobile phone users in exceeded 280 million in the first quarter of this year and will reach the 300 million mark next month“. If we count US and Canada together they have some 277 million subscribers so here’s  slapping North …
via Textually

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Best ways to Transfer Contacts from one Cell Phone to another

Published November 14, 2010 by cellera

Did you just buy a new cell phone? The first thing that you’re probably looking to do is copy all the phone numbers and other contact information from the old phone to your new one.




How to Transfer Contacts to your New Phone

The process may vary depending upon the model and OS of your phones but broadly, there are three options:

1. SIM based transfer

If the address book of your old phone is relatively small and you only want to copy the phone numbers to your new cell phone, simply use the SIM card.
Just copy the phone numbers from the old phone’s memory to your SIM card, insert this SIM card into your new phone and then copy the phone numbers in your new phone’s memory.

2. Transfer Contacts via your Computer

The SIM card based approach is good only for transferring basic phone numbers but if your phone’s address book includes long names, email addresses, and other details of your contacts, you need some sort of software to help you with the transfer process.
For instance, if you have a Nokia phone but are shifting to a BlackBerry or an iPhone, you may use Nokia’s Ovi Suite application to copy your phone’s address book to Microsoft Outlook on your desktop computer. You can then use BlackBerry’s Desktop Managersoftware, or iTunes in the case of iPhone, to transfer contacts from the PC (Outlook) to your new phone’s address book.
Windows Mobile users, like Samsung Omnia or HTC HD2, may again use Microsoft’s Device Center (or ActiveSync for XP) to copy their phone address book to the desktop via Outlook. If you are simply switching from one Windows Phone to another, you can transfer contacts via the cloud itself using Microsoft’s My Phone service.
If you have an old CDMA based mobile phone from, say Samsung or LG, you can use the free BitPim utility to copy the phone book to your computer. BitPim is available for Windows, Mac and Linux machines and it can export address books in standard vCard format (.vcf) that you can easily import into Outlook and other contact managers.

3. Transfer Phone book “Over the Air”

If you have an Internet enabled phone, you can easily copy contacts from your old phone to the new phone over-the-air without even requiring a computer.
An online service called Mobical is free and it works with most mobile phones from Nokia, Motorola, Sony Ericsson and so on. You first need to setup Mobical on the old phone and it will create a backup of your phone contacts in the cloud. Now setup Mobical on the new phone using the same credentials and it will automatically download all the contacts from the cloud to your new phone.
Then there’s Google Sync, a cloud based service that works with BlackBerry, iPhone, Nokia  and most other mobile phones that are SyncML capable. Google Sync keeps your phone’s address book in sync with your Google Contacts. Therefore, if you now install Google Sync on both your old and new phone, they’ll have the same phone book entries automatically.
Android based phones can sync with Google Contacts out of the box – you can then export Google Contacts out as a CSV file and copy it to any other phone manually via the desktop tools. HTC even offers a desktop utility called HTC Sync that you may use to synchronize Outlook contacts with your Android phone. This will be handy when you want to copy your HTC’s phone book to another phone that is not web-enabled.
PS: Previously mentioned Zyb is now part of Vodafone and is no longer accepting new users.
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