Saturday, January 28, 2012

Symbian is still going strong as Number One

Nokia appears to be very gradually pushing Symbian out to integrate the bright novel Windows Phone 7 operating system, but as per to the report from mobile Web traffic counting, Symbian is still the number one Smartphone operating system in the world.  Android and iOS will have to work more hard to get the share of market.

As per report, Symbian had a 33.55 percent allocation in web browsing as contrast to 22.61 percent on iOS and 21.76 percent on Android. RIM acquires an ungenerous 7.82 percent of the share.

To be reasonable to the other makers, this doesn’t precisely tell the whole story but the truth is that Symbian has a hefty ascendancy issue in Asia, Africa and Latin America. Also, US and Europe look as if to have left it behind and transferred to the other more accepted operating systems.

Monday, January 9, 2012

Samsung Smartphone most valuable phone in India

Despite the fact that the reputation of Nokia is waning, it has played a very important role in establishing the Indian landscape to mobile phones. The Finnish player has now been taken over by Samsung in India. As report obtained that in the month of November 2011 the volume in market share and value share were 38 percent and 35.2 percent for Samsung as per research firm. It is for the first time that it has surpassed these figures to go past Nokia.

Samsung observed that the value of share was in peak in the month of October, at the same time as Nokia was most important in terms of volume. In India, it was found that there was flow in the market as the month of November added 6 percent of the general phones of the year.

Report suggests that the Smartphone delivery has touched 7.9 million units from January to September in 2011. Also, Samsung emerges as the market leader with better value share in September. Nokia has been determined to rebound back and this year – 2012 the Lumia range was setup on front.

Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Facebook currently planning to stop offering support for IE7

It has been a year while Facebook stopped support for IE6. At the present, the social network appears to be playing to a matching song with Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 7. The browser of version 7 does not support the for the most part the current Facebook Timeline updates that were prepared and also accessible to Facebook members this month. IE7 users can sight their Facebook profile in the older format, as an alternative of the all innovative Timeline design.

Internet Explorer IE7’s worldwide distribute has been dilapidated and the share is just mere 4 percent. Facebook does not desire to provide fractional Timeline support for the five-year old Internet Explorer 7 and goes forward to stop support. Previously Google had stopped support for IE7 for a number of its services.

Even though, Facebook supports each and every foremost browsers, it’s recommended to users to use the most latest and updated versions. If you aren’t in favor of the Timeline feature, then IE7 may possibly just suit you. Facebook is almost worthless on IE6 and one shouldn’t be astonished to see the similar happen with IE7 in coming days.

Click Now!

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Microsoft to develop an elite library of Windows Phone games

Mobile games/apps are expected to develop enormously next year. Microsoft doesn’t wish for to put down any space empty for its Windows Phone platform. It at this instant chooses on trimming up the mobile platform for gaming. As inclined to WMPoweruser, the company is at the present location up special games for Windows Phone. This library of games possibly will require mobile gaming fanatics to purchase Windows Phone devices. With the Xbox platform in its haul, it shouldn’t be monotonous for Microsoft to accomplish this.

Apparently, a number of of these games by Microsoft are by now in the making. Users are expected to look forward to one special app per month. Actually, the company will maintain to acquire its key apps from iOS to Windows Phone 7. Perceptibly, the App Store is swamped and flooded with games and Windows Phone doesn’t even come anyplace nearer. Halo is going to act as magnet to pull the users to use Windows Phone platform to play mobile game. 

Monday, January 2, 2012

Russian company starts Android based TV service

A Russian company known as NetUP has started a novel and latest TV set that works on Android 2.2. This TV permits users to access IPTV features such as surfing, social networking, gaming, YouTube, Skype, Google Maps and such other applications exclusive of using the normal set top box.

The TV set has been by now tested and its incorporated Android based IP STB supports the following technical distinctiveness:

  • CPU: 1 GHz SAMSUNG S5PV210
  • Flash memory: 1 GB
  • RAM: 512MB DDR-2 RAM
  • Interfaces: 2 x USB, SD/MMC Card Reader, HDMI In, Ethernet 10/100 Mbps
  • Video formats: H.264/MPEG2 up to 1080p 30fps
  • Supported containers: RAW/UDP/TS multicast, RTP/RTSP, MP4, AVI
  • Audio formats: MPEG2 audio, AAC, AC-3, MP3
  • Supported devices: Wi-Fi USB adapter, GPS USB module
  • OS: Android 2.2

An Android based TV may immediately churn out to be an excellent solution for hotels and residences. In case of using normal IP STB, two devices such as TV and IP STB that are controlled by two different remotes are required in most cases. An Android based IP TV contradicts the requirement of having detached remotes; it offers a much enhanced interface at the same time as appropriate lucrative for the owners.