Take a look and see if your phone made the list:
Why not start the year off right by selling off the old cell phone and putting a little bit of extra cash in your pocket?
Here’s something which caught my eye yesterday on Mobiledia; more than one-quarter of the mid-term voters in the USA used their cell phones to communicate about politics. So, how we use our cell phones is becoming of increasing interest to the political world.
You must not underestimate the true worth of your Cell phone, as you never know how important it could be for our planet.
For the last few months, we have been speculating as to whether the version of Android OS that is coming –called Honeycomb – would be an adjusted adaptation of the OS or an absolutely new one. We finally have got the answer to our speculation. Through a press conference by Asus, they have verified that the latest tablet-friendly Android will launch as 3.0 instead of version 2.4 – an indication that the OS is to be absolutely newly written.
Now that 2011 has arrived, we must work out some new strategies to put money in our pouch all through the coming year. We suggest you trade in your old cell phone. If you do that, you won’t be the only person to be benefitted but many others will be benefitted also.
A new type of cell phone virus has been identified by Lookout Cell Security, as reported by All Things Digital (AllThingsD). It is prone to attacking those cells which run the Android OS. It’s called by the name Geinimi. This virus has made its appearance in China, and has the capability of distorting a great amount of personal information before it could be send on to distant servers.
Too much of snowfall is snatching all forms of recreation from me and I do really not like this. We have to remain satisfied with small trips in the car, that is, of course, if there are any trips happening at all. Almost all of the shopping had to be done at the local stores than at super-markets. Though it made Christmas dinner exciting, we had to spend a great deal of time being confined within the four walls of our home.
Many people of in Africa can only dream of the internet but cannot reach it. The systems there are of very low grade and give feeble, sluggish connections that are much too costly to be afforded by a person who earns a medium pay. However, cell-based web can be accessed more easily. That’s why Tanzanians take the help of their cell phone instead of their personal computer if they have to surf online or transmit money by electronic means.
While going through the site of PC World I found an article titled “Top 5 Things the iPhone Has Given the World.” I am a non-fan/fan of iPhone and Apple found it interesting and thought to give it a read. The top 5 contributions of the iPhone to this world (mentioned in PC World) are as follows: