Posts Tagged ‘mobile’

What to do if you drop your phone in water?

May 3, 2011 |  by  |  Tips n Tweaks, Video  |  No Comments

So you have dropped your cell in water,may be in a sink,or in a toilet, left it in pocket which then went to your washing machine, drenched while returning from office what every may be the reason you still have a chance to save your cell rather than buying a new one. I got myself saved by following these simple steps- 1. Don't panic. 2. Take the phone out of the water as soon as possible. 3. Most important step remove the battery cutting power will remove the chances of short circuit. 4. Remove the SIM card. 5. Gently wipe off as much water

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Digital, Mobile, and Social Media in India in 59 slides

May 2, 2011 |  by  |  India, News  |  No Comments

Learn about digital, mobile, and social media in India with this Slideshow presentation by Simon Kemp. India boasts of 100 million Internet users, a 25% increase over the past 12 months. It also has the second largest mobile subscriber base at 791 million, which continues to grow at a rate of 20 million every month.

Renault connects Facebook to the AutoRAI with RFID

April 24, 2011 |  by  |  Cool Stuff, Facebook, News, Video  |  1 Comment

Sharing your offline experience directly with your online friends. Renault made it possible. By bringing the world of Facebook into the real world of the AutoRAI 2011. For the Amsterdam Motorshow Renault created an innovative and real-time social sharing experience. At the largest automotive event of The Netherlands, 250.000 visitors could like Renault cars through a RFID Facebook card. Renault placed specially made Facebook pillars in front of the Renault cars. By holding their pass in front of these pillars, a connection was made to their profile and the car was being "shared" on their wall. This way their

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Now Discover cardholders can send money to anyone with a cell phone or email address

April 22, 2011 |  by  |  News  |  No Comments

Discover announced a service Money Messenger powered by PayPal, that it will let its cardholders send money to people in 60 countries using either a cell phone number or email address. Though Visa and American Express had same plans but Discover is the first of the bunch to partner with PayPal. While people sending money don't need PayPal accounts, people receiving cash do. PayPal sends a message to your recipient letting them know their money is ready. For senders the service is free and, in fact, they get 0.25 percent cash back for the first $3,000 exchanged. As for Discover,

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The State Of The Mobile App World – Infographic

April 21, 2011 |  by  |  Cool Stuff  |  No Comments

ShoutEm,have come up with an infographic charting the current state of mobile apps, breaking down the top smartphone platforms, the most popular mobile phones and top mobile categories. Thanks ShoutEm

The Evolution of Mobile

April 9, 2011 |  by  |  Mobiles, Video  |  No Comments

Using cutting edge 3D Projection Vodafone bring you The Evolution of Mobile using cutting-edge 3D Projection techniques. This is the first small-scale projection mapping installation using a hand-held camera. From the Motorola brick through to the first text message and colour screen to GPS and Android. The question is, what's next?

How to add QR codes to your WordPress blog

March 6, 2011 |  by  |  Video, Wordpress  |  No Comments

What is QR code? A QR Code is short for Quick Response (intension behind the name was to allow its contents to be decoded at high speed) originated from Japan where it was created by Toyota subsidiary Denso-Wave in 1994,which is a specific matrix bar-code which is often visualized as two-dimensional code. QR codes consists of black modules arranged in a square pattern on a white background. The information which is encoded can be text, URL or other data. QR codes are readable by any dedicated QR bar-code readers or camera phones once read into the mobile they provide you with

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HP – ‘Connected Watch’ concept called ‘Meta Watch’

March 5, 2011 |  by  |  Concepts, HP, News, Video  |  No Comments

HP’s CTO Phil McKinney discusses the future of innovation and the connected experience with the new Connected Watch concept called Meta Watch developed by Fossil as part of a co-innovation agreement with HP, although it's still a research project. “The concept was that the watch would become the aggregation point for your connectivity, be the point that brings all your devices together rather than having each device operating independently.” Though nothing was revealed about the details like what devices it would connect with, what is the device suppose to do precisely, when it will be launched all he hinted is connecting, sharing

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Sony Ericsson ‘LiveView™’: Your Window to Your World – Specification & All About

September 28, 2010 |  by  |  android, Cool Stuff, Mobiles, Tech Stuff  |  No Comments

Stay connected even in places where it is hard to carry your smartphone (for ex. bathroom). Check incoming text message and check all your friends' status updates with LiveView from SonyErricson. Take control of your phone without ever taking it out. With LiveView™. It's wearable and wireless. And you can customise it with applications. Discover your new best buddy - LiveView™. Wanna rock? Tap play and start headbanging. Feel like escaping to the Caribbean? Skip tracks and chill out with some reggae. Go ahead. And control your music with LiveView™ Wireless micro display. This device from sony is simply a wireless micro display

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Video: Windows Phone 7 Trailer – “The Revolution is Coming”

September 7, 2010 |  by  |  Mobiles, Videos  |  No Comments

Watch this video, where Microsoft is drumming up attention for the new OS with phrase "The Revolution is Coming". We are bored of Apple and Google fighting in the mobile arena. Let's hope Microsoft's joining the club will make the game more interesting ;) .

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