October 30, 2007

Series 40 (Flash Lite 2.0)

Nokia 5200

Nokia 5300

Nokia 6085

Series 40 (Flash Lite 1.1)

Nokia 6125

Nokia 6126

Nokia 6131

Nokia 6136

Nokia 6151

Nokia 6233

Nokia 7373

Nokia 7390

Nokia 8800 Sirocco Edition

(Flash Lite 2.0)

Nokia N95

(Flash Lite 1.1)

Nokia E50

Nokia E60

Nokia E61

Nokia E62

Nokia E70

Nokia N70

Nokia N71

Nokia N72

Nokia N73

Nokia N75

Nokia N80

Nokia N90

Nokia N91

Nokia N92

Nokia N93

Nokia 3250

Nokia 5500

Nokia 5500 Sport

Complete list of Supported Devices

Posted on Tuesday, October 30, 2007 by Admin

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Google to unveil gPhone within next few weeks

Google is reportedly poised to officially unveil its so-called gPhone mobile initiative. According to the Wall Street Journal, within the next two weeks Google will formally announce advanced software and services enabling handset makers to begin producing Google-powered devices as soon as mid-2008--the Journal reports the search giant has already approached manufacturers HTC and LG Electronics, while potential operator partners include T-Mobile USA, Orange SA and 3 U.K. The gPhone's open software platform is expected to emphasize applications including maps, social networking and video sharing: "The most likely scenario from a Google perspective is to build some, if you will, inspirational platform [applications], but primarily focus on getting third parties to do it because that's where the innovation will come from," Google CEO Eric Schmidt said during an appearance at the All Things Digital conference in May.

For more on the pending gPhone launch:
- read this Wall Street Journal article

Source : FierceMobileContent

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October 29, 2007

According to Economic Times,the VAS industry has actually shrunk in India, thanks to a TRAI order banning four digit short codes, despite high monthly mobile subscriber additions. The government policy had mandated that the digit 5 be added as a prefix for all short codes (for example, 7272 would become 57272).
Companies are reporting almost 50-70% drop in revenues and claim the order has hit them hard.
Companies are reporting almost 50-70% drop in revenues and claim the order has hit them hard.
The only way out, to avoid the revenue bleed is to allow the four digit short codes for at least six to eight months so that new SIM cards are able to reach the market while older ones get phased out
According to operators, the issue has completely marred user experience and it will take time to hook him back to the service.

Source: Economic Times

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October 28, 2007

Remember the Nokia N-Gage? Nokia's original attempt at a gaming platform fell a bit flat in most (but not all) markets and largely sank without trace. But Nokia didn't give up on the idea of advanced mobile gaming, and now it's back with a vengeance on the Nokia N81 plus some other smartphone devices in the Nokia range.
So what exactly makes up the Nokia N81? Well, this is a 3G slider with a 2.4" 240 x 320 pixel display that works in landscape (wide) and portrait (tall) orientations. On the back is a 2 megapixel camera, and the N81 also has WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity which can also be used for gaming. There's an FM radio too, and the N81 runs the Symbian S60 operating system, making it a capable smartphone

Source : mobilegazette

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October 25, 2007

With Best ScreenSnap you can capture screenshots on your smartphone. To make a screenshot you just need to press the defined key combination while Best ScreenSnap works in background.

You can define your own hotkey to make a screenshot.

After the application makes a screenshot you hear camera click sound to notify you.
You can save screenshots as true colour BMP, 256 colour BMP, and JPG. For JPG you can select the image quality (the worser quality the smaller the file size).
Action: you can select action to be performed after taking screenshot. Save the image to disk or immediately send it via Bluetooth, Infrared, multimedia message or email.
You don’t have to type the file name each time you take a screenshot, you can specify the base file name of the screenshot image files. application will automatically append a unique number to the base filename. E.g. src000001.jpg, src000002.jpg, src000003.jpg etc.
Taken images are saved directly to your Images folder. That allows you to browse, view and delete taken screen shots with a built-in picture viewer application.
The application allows you to select a folder in Images section where your screenshots will appear in order to differentiate your screenshots from other images like your camera photos, etc
You can configure screenshots to be stored on the internal phone disk or on the memory card.

Best ScreenSnap is FREE! You can download and use it absolutely free of charge. No spyware and adware inside.

Compatible devices:
Nokia 3250, Nokia 5500 Sport, Nokia 6110 Navigator, Nokia 6290, Nokia E50, Nokia E60, Nokia E61, Nokia E61i, Nokia E62, Nokia E65, Nokia E70, Nokia E90, Nokia N71, Nokia N73, Nokia N75,
Nokia N76, Nokia N77, Nokia N80, Nokia N91, Nokia N92, Nokia N93, Nokia N93i, Nokia N95

Best Screen Snap For Symbian 3rd

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Have you forgot a torch? Or you haven’t thought about it at all and suddenly found yourself in some dark place? Best Torch will easily cope with this problem!
Compatible devices:
Nokia E61, Nokia E61i, Nokia E62, Nokia 3250, Nokia 5500 Sport, Nokia 6110 Navigator, Nokia 6290, Nokia E50, Nokia E60, Nokia E65, Nokia E70, Nokia E90, Nokia N76, Nokia N77, Nokia N80,
Nokia N71, Nokia N73, Nokia N75, Nokia N91, Nokia N92, Nokia N93, Nokia N93i, Nokia N95

Best Torch v1.00 For Symbian 3rd Edition

Posted on Thursday, October 25, 2007 by Admin

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Transfer all or some of your contacts (phonebook) with all details intact from your Series 60 device to another Series 60 device via bluetooth (BT) or to a standard vcf file and exchange vcf files between 2 Series 60 devices running the backup contacts app.

VCF files can also be imported by any PIM app supporting the VCF format. You can also send a vcf file from any device (PC, PDA) to the Series 60 device running the backup contacts app.
To send vcf files from a Series 60 device to another device not running the backup contacts app you will need a file transfer utility on your Series 60 device (Series 60 default file manager or Fexplorer). This app solves the problem of accurately transferring contacts between 2 Series 60 devices.
BackupContacts v1.10

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Posted on Thursday, October 25, 2007 by Admin

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Panda Security for smartphones one of the best and most complete security solutions for mobile devices on the market.

On demand scan of files. The on-demand scans allow you to check, detect and delete viruses and other threats from different drives on your mobile device at a specific time.

File and message protection. Panda Security for smartphones protects your files and inbound email messages and multimedia message from viruses and other threats.
Wireless Protection. The wireless protection is a filter that detects malware that can be sent o received using Bluetooth or IrDA technologies.

Minimum requirements of the smartphone:

Operating system: Symbian OS 7.0, 7.0S or Symbian OS 8.0A,8.1.

User interface: Series 60 (2nd Ed FP1, FP2, FP3).
Storage space: 500 KB. free space in the telephone card.

To take part in the Panda Security for smartphones, all you need to do is complete the Registration Form which you will find on the Product Downloads page.

Posted on Thursday, October 25, 2007 by Admin

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The market potential for mobile applications is huge, and the opportunity to tap into this brave new world is limited only by your imagination. With over 100 million S60 devices shipped and out there in the market, your application could be used by millions of people around the world.

Upload your S60 C++ app to MOSH, and stand to win attractive prizes, including one of three hot new Nokia N95!

For More >

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October 23, 2007

5280 Mobile Inc.
5280 Mobile develops and publishes mobile content on behalf of brands such as SoBe Beverages (www.sobebev.com-extreme athletes), Suicide Girls (www.suicidegirls.com), Alpha Models (www.alphamodels.net-playboy playmates), and The Fishbowl (www.thefishbowl.com-TV reality stars).
9 Squared, Inc.
9 Squared Inc., a subsidiary of UK-listed global content provider Monstermob Group PLC, is a leader in developing and aggregating entertainment related content for wireless carriers, retailers and media companies worldwide. 9 Squared's premier content offering encompasses thousands of high-quality polyphonic ringtones, an unsurpassed real music catalog as well as exclusive major motion picture and prime-time television properties.
ACE Entertainment
ACE Entertainment has build up its activity around two major trades with strong synergy: TV programs distribution & Mobile Phone content distribution. Looking at mobile phone content, ACE holds a large catalog of contents dedicated to the mobile phones business as well as representing exclusive licenses with strong added value.
Access Lane
Access Lane is a leading publisher/developer of consumer wireless customization services, specializing in top tier graphics creation, icon development, and content packaging. Access Lane has developed some of the best UI theme content in circulation and distributes them through various distribution channels in Asia, Europe, and North America.
AccuWeather formats content for your wireless devices including PDAs and Internet Phones. Keep up-to-date on the latest weather when you are commuting to work, taking a personal trip, or just relaxing in the backyard.
Action Sports Interactive
Action Sports Interactive provides winter sports information, including ski and snowboard conditions, weather, ski resort guides, winter sports event, and surf conditions.
Active Media Technologies Pvt. Ltd.

ActiveMedia is a leading mobile content producer and publisher in India.Our services include creation of high quality mobile content, namely: Graphics (still,animated), Ringtones and mobile themes.

Afrozeus Mobile Entertainment

At afrozeus, we're all about strong, diverse mobile content. We strive to ensure that our Ringback Tones, Ring-Tones, Voicemail Greetings, Themes, and Games, are the most entertaining and of the highest quality available.


Air2Web is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia and has offices in France, United Kingdom and India. We work with the top wireless carriers in the United States and all GSM carriers worldwide.For almost six years, Air2Web has made significant investment in its core mobile and wireless technology, which enables rapid development and deployment of interactive applications across all wireless networks and devices. Atop this platform and carrier connectivity, Air2Web has developed wireless solutions for Campaign Management, Instant Messaging, EnterpriseMobilization, and custom application development.

Air Games

AirG puts addictive entertainment in the hands of mobile users everywhere with private label mobile communities, online multiplayer games, and turnkey promotions and tournaments that can be delivered over any network and in any language using SMS, MMS, WAP, Java, Brew and i-mode technologies.
Youth targeted content provider,AllTheContent.com runs services in 15 mobile markets today on operators portal with high added valueinternational or localized contents (sms, mms, ap, wallpapers, screensavers, video, interactive application).
American Greetings Interactive
American Greetings Interactive owns one of the largest catalogs of expressive content for mobiles. We distribute our own brands (Carebears, Strawberry Shortcake, BubbleGum) and great licenses such as Disney, Warner Bros, Charmed, Pucca, etc. We provide logos, animations, ringtones, videos, games and Sound effects.

Anima Creativa

Anima Creativa is an entertainment production company exclusively dedicated to the creation, adaptation and production of original and personalized multimedia content and marketing services for mobile technology. Our products are distributed over different regions of the world, including countries like Argentina, Paraguay Bolivia, Mexico, United States, Italy etc., reaching a distribution network of over 20 cellphone operators. Anima Creativa is a company dedicated to produce original and personalized multimedia content for mobile phones. Our content production includes java games, wallpapers, screensavers, polyphonic ringtones, FX, truetones, videos and special productions.Entertainment

Bikini Central / Stardust Entertainment LLC
Want the hottest images for your cell phone? You can't get any hotter than the popular beautiful girls and cute guys at Bikini Central! Hundreds of sizzling, "carrier-friendly" images of guys and girls to choose from, including animations, holiday themes and even videos.

Buongiorno Vitaminic (Italy)
Buongiorno Vitaminic makes popular media and entertainment applications available through its B-Mobile channel. The company has operations in Africa, Australia, Latin America, and the U.S., in addition to Europe.
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Arena Mobile
Arena Mobile is one of the largest content providers for network operator portals. currently deliver a vast array of content in 63 countries worldwide, with local operations in USA, China, UK, Spain, France, Portugal, Brazil, Mexico, Singapore, Bangladesh, Russia, Thailand and India.

Posted on Tuesday, October 23, 2007 by Admin


October 22, 2007

Mobile dating services, also known as cell dating, allow individuals to chat, meet, and possibly become romantically involved by means of text messaging, mobile chatting, and the web.
These services allow their users to provide information about themselves in a short profile which is stored in their phones as a dating ID. They can then search for other IDs online or by calling a certain phone number dictated by the service. The criteria include age, gender and sexual preference. Usually these sites are free to use but standard text messaging fees may still apply as well as a small fee the dating service charges per message.
Mobile dating websites, in order to increase the opportunities for meeting, focus attention on users that share the same social network and proximity. Some companies even offer services such as homing devices to alert users when another user is within thirty feet of one another.[1] Some systems involve bluetooth technology to connect users in locations such as bars and clubs. This is known as proximity dating. These systems are actually more popular in some countries in Europe and Asia than online dating.
Without having to share any personal information with other end users, singles can meet new people using their cell phone - thanks to mobile dating companies.
One of the more unique SMS dating sites, crush or flush only lets you contact the people who you've crushed and who have crushed you back. Plus, if you are over 18 and in the US, this service is most likely available, with international options to follow soon.
List of companies provides mobile dating in india







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October 21, 2007

How to access Orkut on mobile

Normally you can't access Orkut via mobile.If you go to orkut.com via mobile you get an unsupportive message by Google :

"Currently, orkut isn't compatible with mobile devices. To access your orkut profile, please try logging in using your computer's web browser."

Solution is quite simple.You just need to follow the simple steps stated below:

Download Opera Mini Browser For Mobiles

Use Either Of following proxies to access orkut on your opera mini browser

And Enjoy The Mobile Orkutting Experience!

Posted on Sunday, October 21, 2007 by Admin

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Accessing GMAIL on my mobile phone is now indispensable for me. To receive & read emails on mobiles is an easy task nowadays. You can have your emails just anywhere at the press of a button. You just need to have a mobile phone with an active GPRS connection.

To setup GMAIL on your mobile handset, you just need to visit this address from your mobile:
Your phone make & model will be automatically detected. Just click the Download link. The GMAIL application would be installed on your phone.

The look & feel of the GMAIL on mobile is quiet soothing & similar to the original web experience.

Posted on Sunday, October 21, 2007 by Admin

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Below is a listing of commonly used emoticons

:) Smile

(: Smile

:-) Smile

=) Smile

=-) Smile

:> Smile

8) Smile

!) Wink

!-) Wink

XD Laughing smile

;) Wink

8( Sad

;-) Wink

:( Sad

=( Sad

:-( Sad

:P Face with tongue out.

:-| Indifferent

:-P Face with tongue out.

:-> Sarcastic

>:-> Devilish

>:) Devilish

:-o Suprised

>=) Devilish

:-S Incoherent

:-$ Incoherent

:8) Pig

:P~ Face with tongue out.

:=8) Baboon

<:-l data-blogger-escaped-strong=""> Dunce

7:>) Ronald Reagan

C=:-) Chef

0-) Cyclopes

P-( Pirate

%-) Dazed

:-X Big wet kiss

:-* Kiss

:-# Lips are sealed

:-& Tongue Tied

:-(*) Sick

:-)X Person with bow tie.

:---) Pinocchio

H-) Cross Eyed

]-) Smile with sunglasses

V^) Smile with sunglasses shown from one side.

BI Frog

=:-( Punk

:-! Foot in mouth

:#) Drunk Smile

$-) Yuppie Smile

|:-) Smile with flat top

8-) Big eyed Smile

:-E Vampire

:`( Crying smile

d:-) Smile with baseball cap

X:-) Brain dead Smile

:-C Real unhappy smile

8(:-) Mickey mouse

(-0-) Imperial Tie Fighter from "Star Wars"

m(__)m Bow

<3 data-blogger-escaped-strong=""> Heart (I love you).

3 Broken Heart

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1. Yeh Exam ke rishte bhi ajeeb hote hai,
Sab apne apne naseeb hote hai,
Rehte hai jo nigaho se door,
wahi Question compulsory hote hai
2. Sardarji having 5 daughters.He wanted a son.So gave an ad for asking suggestions.A suggestion came- I've 4 sons.Can I try once?
3. May God give u,

Tata ka status,

Vajpayee ki dhiraj,

Laaden ki himmat,

Bill Gates ki income,

Bush ki taqat,


Sardar ka dimag to hai hee..
4. Arz kiya hai,Tu gaya uski gali main, Tu gaya uski gali main, Bola dil se dil laga Lo, Jab dekha uski mummy ko to bola, "Jute chappal'' thik karva Lo.
5. men were walking down the street when 1 spotted 6 men punching his mom-in-law.
'Are U going to help?' asked his friend.
'No, 6 should be enough.'

Posted on Sunday, October 21, 2007 by Admin


SMS Shayri

1) Na intzaar hai na ikraar hai, na aapse milne ko ab mera dil be-kraar hai, phir bhi dil se na jaane kyon yeh aawaz aati hai, wo tumhi ho jinki aankon aur
baaton mei ek sachchi dosti ka khumar hai.
2) Gulsan me bhanwron ka fera ho gya,
Purav me suraj ka dera ho gya.
Muskan ke saath aankhe khol pyaare,
Ek baar fir se svera ho gya.
3) Bahut udas hai koi tere jane se. Ho sake to laut aa kisi bahane se. Tu lakh khafa sahi magar ek baar to dekh ,Koi toot gaya hai TERE rooth jane se...
4) Dil ki Awaz se nagme badal Jate hai, sath na De to apne Badal Jate hai, palke bhi jara sambhal ke jhapkna kyoki Palke Jhapkne se Aksar sapne Badal Jate hai
5) Dua hai aaj u hi muskurate raho. Banke tara aasman me jagmagate raho. Aankho me khusi labo pe muskaan ho. Hamare bina khusiyo ki kahin koi kami na ho.
6) Tumse hi Dosti, Tumhara hi Intezar, Tumhare bina Dil rehta hai Bekarar,tumhari yeh Saadgi, Tumhara yeh Pyar, Jeevan bhar na bhool payenge is Dosti ko
7) Aap ke Jaanisaar.Hum bhi hai.
Aashiq-e-Dil figaar,Hum bhi hai.
Dard kahta hai.Mujhse tanhaiyo me
Tum na ghabrao.Yaar saath hum bhi hai
8) Tamana koi bi mere dil ki poori Na hui.Chahat ka koi afsana Na bana. Aaj fir chali gai zindgi nazron Ke samne se Or us se baat karne ka koi bahana Na bna.
9) Kuch log jindgi me daga pate he,jndgi kitni anmol he ye bhul jate he,jindgi jina to gulab se sikho jo khud tutkar b do dilo ko mila jate hai.
10) Lamha Lamha Sanse Khatm Ho Rahi Hai, Jindagi Maut Ke Pahluo Me So Rahi Hai, Us Bewafa Se Mat Pucho Meri Maut Ki Wajah. Wo To Bus Jamane Ko Dikhane Ke Liye
Ro Rahi Hai

Posted on Sunday, October 21, 2007 by Admin

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In Japan, was presented the latest multimedia 3G phone from Sony-Ericsson W44S. . It has a unique design, because it is essentially floors, but not only opens as usual, but to one side. His QVGA display using technology w / BRAVIA that promises excellent image quality.

There are also 3,2-megapikselnaya Chamber, 115 MB of memory and a host of embedded multimedia functions, including the ability to record video, 1Seg TV tuner and digital radio. Dimensions phone 101 x 49 x 24 mm and weighing 146 g; Sales in Japan, he should appear as early as mid-December.

Source : mobilesecrets

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October 20, 2007

LG 3D Game-Phone-the world’s first mobile phone with integrated 3D accelerator capable of processing one million polygons per second.

That’s five times faster than the most advanced gambling phones to date. Besides 2,2 inch screen, built-joystick, 1,3 Mpks camera and stereo speakers, the phone has a sensor movement, which is designed to multiply the pleasure of the game. Price and production start date not specified.

Source : Mobilesecrets

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October 19, 2007

Cell phones are essentially "radios." They communicate to the world by transmitting and receiving voice through cell towers setup throughout the area. And a carrier's coverage is a network of cell sites, each with a tower and base station controller for a range of about 10 square miles.

From a carrier's standpoint, great coverage comes at various technological expenses and certain restrictions that are out of their control. For instance, each provider is limited by the FCC to a number of frequencies it can use in any given city.

Given a limited number of frequencies available in the spectrum, in order to sustain the capacity needed for urban coverage, frequency reuse is required.

To put it into an extreme example, if there was only one tower covering all of New York City, only a limited amount of simultaneous users could use that tower at once due to FCC regulations, say 100 frequency slots. Thus, 100 users at once could use it.

Conversely, if each house had its own tower, 100 users would be able to talk on their cell phones simultaneously in each house. Since each tower now only has a few feet to cover, power consumption is greatly lowered. Once a guest walks to a neighbor's apartment, the current tower would hand off the user to the next tower, freeing up a spot of another person.

Posted on Friday, October 19, 2007 by Admin

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Describes a communications medium capable of transmitting a relatively large amount of data over a given period of time. A descriptive term for evolving digital technologies that offers integrated access to voice, high-speed data service, video-demand services, and interactive delivery services.

Posted on Friday, October 19, 2007 by Admin

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Sony Ericsson in collaboration with NTT DoCoMo is launching a “scent phone” . The SO703i comes with an aroma sheet with a variety of 11 scents including "Apple Pie".

The scents are released from a replaceable strip located near the central hinge which are guaranteed to work for 3 months. After that you simply replace the old scent strip with a new one.

Source : trendhunter

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Yahoo! India, a leading provider of comprehensive online products and services to consumers and businesses in India today announced the launch of oneSearch SMS, the company’s latest search offering in the mobile space for Indian consumers.

How oneSearch SMS works

With the launch of oneSearch SMS in India, Yahoo! is enabling all mobile users to search for almost any content through its 58242 short code. For example:

· SMS to 58242 with the city name (e.g. Mumbai) returns back the weather
· SMS to 58242 with the company name (e.g. Infosys) returns back the stock quote
· SMS to 58242 with a business name or category and a location (e.g. Pubs Mumbai) returns back the name, address, and phone number of the local business. Up to 3 business listings are provided for each search query with the ability to ask for more by sending an “m”. Local business listings are currently available across the 4 big metros of Mumbai, New Delhi, Chennai, and Bangalore.
· SMS to 58242 with a news topic (e.g. Eklavya in Oscars) returns back a news article

Source : Indiaprwire

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How about an SMS that has all the emotions of a voice call, not to mention the convenience of a normal text message? Well, it’s for real. Welcome to the age of voice SMS or talking SMS, a new value-added service (VAS) that is being offered in the country by both CDMA and GSM operators, starting this April.

A talking SMS enables the user to record his or her voice and send it across like a simple text message, and the user can retrieve it at his leisure. Sending a voice SMS is as simple as sending a text message. The only difference is that instead of keying in the text, the subscriber would have to record his message and forward it.

The service is similar to a voice mail and can be retrieved by dialing a designated number. But unlike a voice mail, the message would be short (of around 20-30 seconds) and is treated as an SMS. This means it is not metered, like a voice call or mail. The service is expected to be a hit, as the charges are on par with that of an SMS.

The operator would install the technology and equipment for the service at his end, resulting in no additional cost to the user.

Source : IMIMobile

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Jamba has selected IMImobile, the world’s leading mobile value added services provider, to manage its new global mobile content services.

Jamba joins Airtel, Vodafone, Cable & Wireless and Google on IMImobile’s impressive client roster and so benefiting from the company’s managed VAS infrastructure services. As the enabler of worldwide content management services for Jamba, IMImobile will power content delivery to Jamba's global subscribers managed out of IMImobile’s VAS Network Centre (VNOC) in Hyderabad. IMImobile will be responsible for managing Jamba’s new mobile services including the multi-million dollar ring tone Crazy Frog ; hugely popular with the youth market. IMImobile was selected ahead of other leading global telecom suppliers through a stringent RFP process.

With Portals and Mobile Operators facing increasing operating complexities and spiraling costs when it comes to deploying value added service (VAS) platforms, IMImobile managed services model is proving very attractive. IMImobile offers robust service delivery platforms and bespoke content management systems with 24/7 technical support. Services provided by these platforms include interactive portals, community and user generated content applications, caller ring back tone and video streaming.

Source : IndiaPRwire.com

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According to the Wall Street Journal (WSJ), Google is working on a search engine designed to help users find mobile content such as ringtones, games, wallpapers and other paid content.

The WSJ said Google's new service would provide mobile phone users with a list of companies that provide a desired item, and Google would make money by charging companies for high placement on the list. The report said Google has been working on the project for months with unspecified content providers, but has run into some technical delays.

The Internet company is also considering the inclusion of a social-networking component that would let users of the company's Gmail email service exchange content. Overall, the service would work much like the Google Product Search service, formerly known as Froogle.

WSJ further reported, "Google's plans to broker the sale of mobile content like ringtones and games could become a threat to large cellphone operators like Verizon Wireless and AT&T Inc., especially if Google enables customer payment through eBay Inc.'s PayPal or its own online Checkout service. The operators have built their own storefronts to sell such material, and they would prefer to hold on to consumers' attention and spending. If billing goes through the carriers instead, appearing on customers' monthly bills, carriers could actually benefit because they usually get a significant cut of such transactions

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Digital Chocolate was the winner of the Best Games Developer award in the second annual Mobile Entertainment Awards last night, which took place at The Brewery in London.

The other mobile games-related award up for grabs was Best Games Publisher, which was won this year by EA - pipping a large number of other nominated companies, including I-Play, Gameloft and THQ Wireless.

The Mobile Entertainment awards recognise a wide range of mobile-related entertainment subjects, including music, film and adult entertainment.

Other winners included Nokia for Best Handset Company, and Google for Best Search Provider.

source : mobileindustry.biz

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Gameloft has picked up the rights to publish games based on the hit TV franchise CSI.

The publisher is teaming with CBS Mobile to develop multiple games, with the first, CSI: Miami, due for release in the US today.

"We are thrilled to welcome CBS as a partner and look forward to a long term relationship," said Gonzague de Vallois, vice president of Gameloft.

"The CSI franchise set the bar for primetime crime drama television by engaging viewers on all levels. The mobile games will expand the CSI storyline into a fun and interactive experience."

"A mobile game adaptation of a CSI series is the perfect complement for a franchise with a fan base that watches the show with such a high level of engagement and interest in interactivity," added Anthony Zuiker, executive producer and creator of CSI.

"We are thrilled to join forces with Gameloft and are confident in their expertise to capture the essence of CSI and translate it into a quality mobile game."

source : mobileindustry.biz

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The T250i has a built-in FM radio. And you also get a stereo headset in the kit. Tune in and enjoy music and news as you please.

Take a picture with the T250i camera. Store it in your in-phone album and view on the TFT screen. Or add some text and send as a picture message

Switch to speakerphone to activate the loudspeaker. Now you can use your phone hands-free, and it’s an easy way to share a conversation with others.

Integrated camera
Built-in digital camera with screen viewfinder, dedicated menus and direct interaction with in-phone imaging and messaging features.

Alarm clock
Need to get up at a certain time? Got an event you can’t miss? Set the time and your phone alarm signal will ring to remind you.

Take a picture of where you are, record or write a greeting and send to any MMS-capable phone or email address. Send pictures, text and sound.

Predictive text input
Write text messages with fewer clicks. Your phone anticipates the word you're writing and finishes it for you.

Pre-installed games
Unpack, turn on and play. Fun games are embedded in your phone, so there’s always something to amuse you when you’re at a loose end.

Specifications :- Sizes * 100 x 45 x 13 mm * 3.9 x 1.8 x 0.5 inches Weight * 82 g * 2.9 oz Available colours Aluminium Silver Aluminium Black Screen * 65,536-colour TFT * 128x160 pixel Networks * GSM 900 * GSM 1800 Performance Talk time: Standby time: Video call: GSM 900 7 hours 300 hours - GSM 1800 7 hours 300 hours -

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Sony Ericsson launched the P1i to build on its range of P Series handsets. The P1i boasts of having push email features. Apparently, it also delivers on the multimedia front. But can it level above the P990i? Read on to find out.

Sony Ericsson P1i handset, Stereo headset (Standard Sony Ericsson), 1GB M2 Sony memory, USB cable, Carry pouch, Cradle, Extra stylus, Charger, CD and manual

Network: UMTS/GSM 900/GSM 1800/GSM 1900

Sizes: 106x55x17 mm
Weight: 124 grams
Screen: 2.6" 262K color LCD touchscreen (240x320 pixels)

Operating System: Symbian 9.1 UIQ 3.0
Battery: 1120 mAh

Turn ons
Symbian 9.1 OS, 3.2 MP autofocus Camera, Jog Dial navigation, MP3 Player with Walkman features, 3G Ready, Blackberry connectivity

Turn offs
A bit slow, No EDGE

Build & Design

The Sony Ericsson P1i has a rock solid image. The phone is well built and seems like it can take a fall or two easily. The phone is a mix-n-match of materials. On the face of the phone there's brushed steel enveloping the edges, while on the back, its silver

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Nokia is planing to launch of new Sliding Beauty Nokia 6500 In the third quarter of 2007.
As Previous Experiences of nokia Mobiles i Am Sure the all over the world will accept its quality and realizability So wait and see what will you get more from this new upcoming phone

Key Features of This Phone is As Follow:- Take high quality pictures with a 3.2 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics,
auto focus and 8 x digital zoom A powerful double LED flash makes even indoor pictures perfect

Add a new dimension to your conversation with 3G TV video calling
and TV conference via TV-Out 3G video calling helps you feel even closer to the people you care about

Large 2.2" display with 16.7 million colors makes sure all your images look perfect

Horizontal mode with capture and zoom keys, allows you to use the phone like
you would use a digital camera Connect directly to Flickr website to share your
photos with all your friends Share pictures or videos with friends and family via TV-Out

Advanced handsfree communication : Once paired with a compatible phone, the Nokia Bluetooth Display Car Kit CK-15W enables your to browse the contact list and make phone calls even your phone is in your pocket. Best of all, it‘s seamless: the Nokia Bluetooth Display Car Kit CK-15W uses wireless Bluetooth technology to link up with your compatible mobile phone at the moment you turn the ignition key or press the hook key of the input device.

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October 18, 2007

What is the 3G Potential in India?

Industry experts discuss key issues


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Third Generation (3G) - A new wireless standard promising increased capacity and high-speed data applications up to two megabits. Third generation wireless employ wideband frequency carriers and a CDMA air interface. Networks must be able to transmit wireless data at 144 kilobits per second at mobile user speeds. Implemented in Europe as UMTS and CDMA2000 in North America, its goals are high-quality multimedia and advanced global roaming (in house, cellular, satellite, etc.).

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Wikipedia : Ever wanted to look up something on Wikipedia on your phone or PDA goto the

Wap-Upload : Upload and share files on your phone.

Wacky Words : A fun collection of wacky words

Thesaurus : Online dictionary of synonyms

Thoughts : The world is round and the place which may seem like the end may also be only the beginning..


Send E-Mail : Send E-Mail from wap


Song Lyrics : Your favorite lyrics to your favorite songs! Song and Artist search is avaliable over 320000 lyrics!


Pix4MMS : Mobile picture search engine


Premiere : Hollywood insider movie info and more

Quotes : Serious and silly quotes, and funny thoughts from all over the world said by famous people. Your source for quotations from famous people and literature.

Bornsilly : Jokes and pranks


Cineman Mobile : TV, media news video downloads


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Wireless Application Protocol

WAP is an open international standard for applications that use wireless communication. Its principal application is to enable access to the Internet from a mobile phone or PDA.

A WAP browser is to provide all of the basic services of a computer based web browser but simplified to operate within the restrictions of a mobile phone. WAP is now the protocol used for the majority of the world's mobile internet sites, known as WAP sites. The Japanese i-mode system is currently the only other major competing wireless data protocol.

Mobile internet sites, or WAP sites, are websites written in, or dynamically converted to, WML (Wireless Markup Language) and accessed via the WAP browser.

Before the introduction of WAP, service providers had extremely limited opportunities to offer interactive data services. Interactive data applications are required to support now commonplace activities such as:

email by mobile phone
tracking of stock market prices
sports results
news headlines
music downloads

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Send Free SMS

FastAlerts - Web 2.0 Online Instant SMS/Email/Voice Alerting Tool
SEA SMS (Free SMS Worldwide, registration not required)
Text 4 Free (free worldwide text and picture messages, plus bulk messaging - No signups)
Coifu (Free web to SMS for US residents)
Zemble.com (Free text messaging and group text messaging to US & Canada)
Wadja free SMS (Mobile social network with free SMS worldwide)
SMS to RUSSIA (Free SMS to Russia and Ukraine)
Free Text Messaging Service(Sending SMS to 190+ countries worldwide)
Text for Free (Free text messages in 4 easy steps USA)
Web2msg.com (Free SMS to Australian carriers with no signup.)
TextForFree.org (Free worldwide text messaging with replies.)
TxtDrop.com Free Text Messaging (Free SMS to the US & Canada, auto carrier detection, no registration, a Mac OS X Widget and a Windows Vista Sidebar Gaget.)
Callwave Free global SMS Widget. Cross-platform compatibility.

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Multimedia Messaging Service
An enhanced transmission service that enables graphics, video clips and sound files to be transmitted via cellphones. Developed as part of the 3GPP project, MMS phones are generally backward compatible with SMS and EMS.

Methods of delivery
There are two modes of delivery in MMS: immediate or deferred:

Immediate delivery: When the MMS client on the mobile phone receives the MMS notification, it then immediately (without user intervention or knowledge) retrieves the MMS message from the Multimedia Messaging Service Center (MMSC) that sent the notification. After retrieval, the subscriber is alerted to the presence of a newly arrived MMS message.

Deferred delivery: The MMS client alerts the subscriber that an MMS message is available, and allows the subscriber to choose if and when to retrieve the MMS message.
As with the MMS submission, the MMS retrieval request, whether immediate or deferred, occurs with an HTTP request. The MMSC responds by transmitting the MMS message in an HTTP response to the MMS client, after which the subscriber is finally alerted that the MMS message is available.

The essential difference between immediate and deferred delivery is that the former hides the network latencies from the subscriber, while the latter does not. Immediate or deferred delivery are handset dependent modes, which means that the handset manufacturer can provide the handset in one mode or the other or let the user decide his/her preference

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A Short Message Service Center (SMSC) is a network element in the mobile telephone network which delivers SMS messages.
When a user sends a text message (SMS message) to another user, the message gets stored in the SMSC which delivers it to the destination user when they are available. This is a store and forward operation. The SMSC usually has a configurable time limit for how long it will store the message, and users can usually specify a shorter time limit if they want.

A message may also come from an application, for example voice mail server sending voice mail incoming message alerts. Mobile operators allow businesses to interact with their SMSC to submit the messages in bulk. From SMSC point of view, such applications are called SME (Short Message Entities). In this case the SMSC is responsible for locating SMSC of the destination user and submitting the message there.

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A value-added service (VAS) is a telecommunications industry term for non-core services or, in short, all services beyond standard voice calls. On a conceptual level, value-added services add value to the standard service offering, spurring the subscriber to use their phone more and allowing the operator to drive up their ARPU. For mobile phones, while technologies like SMS, MMS and GPRS are usually considered value-added services, a distinction may also be made between standard (peer-to-peer) content and premium-charged content.

Value-added services are supplied either in-house by the mobile network operator themselves or by a third-party value-added service provider (VASP). VASPs typically connect to the operator using protocols like Short message peer-to-peer protocol (SMPP), connecting either directly to the short message service centre (SMSC) or, increasingly, to a messaging gateway that allows the operator to control and charge of the content better.

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Short codes - also known as short numbers or Common Short Codes (CSC) - are special telephone numbers, significantly shorter than full telephone numbers, which can also be used to address SMS and MMS messages from mobile phones or fixed phones.
They are designed to be shorter to read out and easier to remember than normal telephone numbers. While similar to telephone numbers, they are, at the technological level, unique to each operator, although providers generally have agreements to avoid overlaps.
Short codes are widely used for value-added services such as television voting, ordering ringtones, charity donations and mobile services (such as Google's SMS search service and 57272). Messages sent to short code numbers are generally billed at a higher rate than a standard SMS.

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Short messages may be used to provide premium rate services to subscribers of a telephone network.

Mobile terminated short messages can be used to deliver digital content such as news alerts, financial information, logos and ring tones. The VASP providing the content submits the message to the mobile operator's SMSC(s) using a TCP/IP protocol such as the Short message peer-to-peer protocol (SMPP) or the External Machine Interface (EMI). The SMSC delivers the text using the normal Mobile Terminated delivery procedure. The subscribers are charged extra for receiving this premium content, and the amount is typically divided between the mobile network operator and the value added service provider (VASP) either through revenue share or a fixed transport fee.

Mobile originated short messages may also be used in a premium-rated manner for services such as televoting. In this case, the VASP providing the service obtains a Short Code from the telephone network operator, and subscribers send texts to that number. The submission of the text to the SMSC is identical to a standard MO Short Message submission, but once the text is at the SMSC, the Service Centre identifies the Short Code as a premium service. The SC will then direct the content of the text message to the VASP, typically using an IP protocol such as SMPP or EMI. Subscribers are charged a premium for the sending of such messages, with the revenue typically shared between the network operator and the VASP.

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According to Wikipedia
WAP Push messages are SMS messages that alert the user, and allow the user to open the URL sent.

WAP Push, has been incorporated into the specification to allow WAP content to be pushed to the mobile handset with minimum user intervention. A WAP Push is basically a specially encoded message which includes a link to a WAP address. WAP Push is specified on top of WDP; as such, it can be delivered over any WDP-supported bearer, such as GPRS or SMS.

In most GSM networks, however, GPRS activation from the network is not generally supported, so WAP Push messages have to be delivered on top of the SMS bearer. On receiving a WAP Push, a WAP 1.2 or later enabled handset will automatically give the user the option to access the WAP content.

They are of crucial importance in mobile distribution. They allow users to supply their phone number and be sent a link to a WML page, XHTML page, a J2ME application, or on higher end handsets they allow the user to download a fully featured application.

There are two types of WAP push message: Service Indication (SI) and Service Load (SL). Service Indication messages contain a URI, a text string, a unique identifier and an action parameter: effectively, they present the URI and text string to the mobile device user and ask them if they would like to visit it. Service Load messages omit the text string; originally the intention was for the device to download the URI automatically, but for security reasons few devices do so. SI messages are therefore more common as they contain a text string.

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M-learning, or "mobile learning", now commonly abbreviated to "mLearning", has different meanings for different communities. The term covers:

learning with portable technologies, where the focus is on the technology (which could be in a fixed location, such as a classroom);
learning across contexts, where the focus is on the mobility of the learner, interacting with portable or fixed technology;
learning in a mobile society, with a focus on how society and its institutions can accommodate and support the learning of an increasingly mobile population.
Although related to e-learning and distance education, it is distinct in its focus on learning across contexts and learning with mobile devices. One definition of mobile learning is: Learning that happens across locations, or that takes advantage of learning opportunities offered by portable technologies.

Over the past ten years mobile learning has grown from a minor research interest to a set of significant projects in schools, workplaces, museums, cities and rural areas around the world. The mLearning community is still fragmented, with different national perspectives, differences between academia and industry, and between the school, higher education and lifelong learning sectors.

Current areas of growth include:
Location-based and contextual learning
Design of physical spaces (including campuses, conferences, hotel lobbies, cities) to support learning with a mixture of mobile and fixed technologies
Social-networked mobile learning
Mobile educational gaming
"Lowest common denominator" mLearning to cellular phones using two way SMS messaging and voice-based CellCasting (podcasting to phones with interactive assessments)

The scope of mobile learning includes:

Children and students using handheld computers, PDAs or handheld voting systems in a classroom or lecture room.
Students using mobile devices in the classroom to enhance group collaboration among students and instructors using a Pocket PC.
On the job training for someone who accesses training on a mobile device "just in time" to solve a problem or gain an update.
Learning in museums or galleries with handheld or wearable technologies
Learning outdoors, for example on field trips.
The use of personal technology to support informal or lifelong learning, such as using handheld dictionaries and other devices for language learning.
See m-learning trials conducted in the UK

Technical challenges include:

Battery life
Interacting with small devices
Displaying useful content in small-screen devices
Social and educational challenges include:

The intrusion of formal education into daily life: Protecting the privacy of young learners, from being continually monitored and assessed through their mobile devices.
How to assess learning outside the classroom
How to support learning across many contexts
Developing an appropriate theory of learning for the mobile age
Design of technology to support a lifetime of learning

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MobShare is the short form of Mobile Sharing. MobShare is an open platform for users to upload images, videos, audio files, write text blogs and share it with the world. There are multiple options for upload. You can either send content directly from a mobile handset as an MMS, or you can even email them once you have transferred the same to your computer. The system allows editing and personalizing your content once it is uploaded. A visitor has the privilege of rating the content according to his likings and even send a comment on it. MobShare also allows you to create a social network of friends among whom you want to share your content.

www.MobShare.in is a typical example of a MobShare service that is available for Indian users.

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MoVlog is the short form of mobile video blog. It is basically a combination of the terms moblog and vlog.

The term 'movlog' can be used either as a noun or as a verb. As a noun, it refers to the actual blog that contains video entries. As a verb, it refers to the act of video blogging using a mobile device (e.g., cellphones and PDAs).

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Moblog is a blend of the words mobile and weblog. A mobile weblog, or Moblog, consists of content posted to the Internet from a mobile or portable device, such as a cellular phone or PDA. Moblogs generally involve technology which allows publishing from a mobile device.

Much of the earliest development of Moblogs occurred in Japan, among the first countries in the world where camera phones (portable phones with built-in cameras) were widely commercially available.

According to Joi Ito's History of Moblogs, the first post to the web from a mobile user was from Steve Mann in 1995. He used a wearable computer, a more elaborate predecessor to modern Moblogging devices. The first post to the Internet from an ordinary mobile device is believed to be by Tom Vilmer Paamand in Denmark in May 2000.

The term "Moblogging" itself was coined by Adam Greenfield to describe the practice in 2002. He went on to organise the First International Moblogging Conference (or 1IMC) in July 2003 in Tokyo, with the help of Paul Baron, Gen Kanai, Carsten Schwesig and Steve Graff. Less known about is the First International Love Hotel Moblogging Conference that took place a day before the real 1IMC event.

The term is sometimes pronounced with the emphasis on the first syllable - MOBlog - out of affinity with the ideas about social self-organization developed in Howard Rheingold's "Smart Mobs".

Weblogs made from portable devices are also sometimes known as cyborgLogs, abbreviated as 'glogs, especially when primarily image-based.

Illicit and taboo activities have proven popularity in some early Moblog experiments, while family-oriented moblogs may be soon implementing advanced filter controls. See Drewing for more information about the delinquency publishing fad.

In 2004, Singapore launched a National Day Moblog on National Day. Apparently, it is the first national Moblog in the world.

Early on in Moblogging users sent their media to a Moblog server via MMS or email. Recently software has become available which allows people to have the same rich experience they had while blogging from their PC. Some countries are even using moblogs for pedagogical purposes. The Singapore Government oraganizes annual Campus Moblogging competitions between its primary and secondary schools www.campusmoblog.com.sg

The art of the Moblog is that "a picture tells a thousand word." By posting pictures the Moblogger is able to allow the viewer to look through their eyes, to visually experience where he or she is and what he or she is doing. Words often do not describe what a picture can do very easily. Moblogging is becoming more widespread through the use of websites where anybody with a cameraphone and the ability to send pictures can create an account and participate by uploading pictures on the fly.

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Since the explosion of Web 2.0 applications over the last few years, some have been discussing how this technology can be applied to mobile devices. Probably the first technology to cross over onto mobile devices was the blog, resulting in the term moblog. Ajit Jaokar’s Open Gardens blog, takes this further, suggesting adapted versions of del.icio.us and flickr for mobile devices. The usage of mobile devices can potentially affect tagging and sharing data. For example, tags for a visual image could be added at the point when the image is captured, based on physical location, time, and data from other users. Sharing data between mobile devices, for example using Bluetooth, would also depend on physical location: in fact data could be fixed to particular locations, a practice known as ‘air graffiti’ or ‘splash messaging’ and enabled by a combination of spatial information and mapping feeds. Other suggestions, including one for a 'pocket wiki' for syncing wikis written with mobile devices have also been put forward by the blog Web 2.5. While critics point to the difficulties of transferring Web 2.0 concepts such as open standards to the mobile web, advocates present it as a means of bringing information down to the user rather than pushing information up onto the web.

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According to Wikipedia Mobile 2.0, refers to a perceived next generation of mobile internet services including social networking sites and wikis, that emphasise collaboration and sharing amongst users. In essence it refers to bringing Web 2.0 services to the mobile internet.

Characteristics of Mobile 2.0

* Social networking on the mobile
* “Network as platform” — delivering (and allowing users to use) applications entirely through a mobile browser, or, for local applications, leveraging services on the web
* Extensive use of User-Generated Content, so that the site is owned by its contributors
* Leveraging services on the web via mashups
* Leveraging to its fullest all the capabilities of the device, and the mobile context, delivering a rich mobile user experience

I’d appreciate your comments, additions, ideas on this topic. What does Mobile 2.0 consist of and what makes it different from what we have now?

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October 17, 2007

Daily Wireless : Daily in-depth news and analysis of all things wireless.
Engadget Mobile : Prolific blog of mobile phone news
Mobile Tech News : The latest mobile tech news
RCR Wireless News : Wireless industry news and research
Wireless Week : Wireless industry news

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Roaming - The ability to use your cellular phone outside your usual service area – when traveling outside of the "home" service area defined by a service provider. Higher per-minute rates are usually charged for calls made or received while roaming. Long distance rates and a daily access fee may also apply.

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Push SMS - The ability to request services (e.g. ringtones or games) from a wireless handset via sending a preset SMS code to a predetermined number. The service requested is sent back to the handset via SMS.

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Pull SMS - The ability to request services (e.g. ringtones or games) from a wireless handset via Wireless Internet. The service requested is sent back to the handset via SMS.

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Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) - GSM is a digital cellular phone technology based on TDMA that is the predominant system Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and in parts of America and Canada. First introduced in 1991, the GSM standard has been deployed at three different frequency bands: 900 MHz, 1800 MHz and 1900 MHz. GSM 1900 is primarily deployed in North America. Named after its frequency band around 900 MHz, GSM-900 has provided the basis for several other networks using GSM technology. GSM uses narrowband TDMA which allows eight simultaneous calls on the same radio frequency. Along with CDMA and TDMA it represents the second generation of wireless networks.

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Bluetooth - Wireless personal area network (PAN) standard that enables data connections between electronic devices such as desktop computers, wireless phones, electronic organizers and printers in the 2.4 GHz range at 720kbps within a 30-foot range. Bluetooth depends on mobile devices equipped with a chip for sending and receiving information.

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Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) - An air interface technology that was developed by the U.S. military and commercialized by the U.S. company Qualcomm. CDMA assigns a code to all speech bits, sends a scrambled transmission of the encoded speech over the air and reassembles the speech to its original form at the other end. CDMA supports SMS with a message length of 120 characters. With CDMA, each conversation is digitized and then tagged with a code. The mobile phone receives a signal to locate that particular code and it then deciphers the conversation off the airwaves. It codes each conversation expanding it 128 times, making it easy to decipher at the receiving end.

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(Enhanced Data rates for Global Evolution - or GSM Evolution) A 2.5G high-speed digital data service provided by cellular carriers worldwide that use the GSM technology, including AT&T (formerly Cingular) and T-Mobile in the U.S. Also called Enhanced GPRS (EGPRS), EDGE works on EDGE cellphones as well as laptops and portable devices that have EDGE modems. Superseding the GPRS data service, EDGE users have typically experienced downstream data rates up to 200 Kbps

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(General Packet Radio Service) The first high-speed digital data service provided by cellular carriers that used the GSM technology. GPRS added a packet-switched channel to GSM, which uses dedicated, circuit-switched channels for voice conversations.

GPRS works on GPRS cellphones as well as laptops and portable devices that have GPRS modems. Users have typically experienced downstream data rates up to 80 Kbps. GPRS is not the same as GSM's short messaging service (GSM-SMS), which is limited to messages of 160 bytes in length. GPRS was superseded by EDGE, which changed the modulation method to increase speed.

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October 16, 2007

Actor Anuj Saxena's Maverick Productions has tied up with DNS Network Services to create and distribute mobile content. [via Indiantelevision]

TV-content and ad-films producer Maverick's new unit will embark on mobile content creation with a new album titled Deepawali Aayi Re featuring five artistes' and songs that celebrate Diwali. The album is being distributed by Virgin Records (India) Pvt Ltd.

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Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL), a public sector telco, has launched mobile TV streaming services in Eastern India. BSNL is offering NDTV, CNBC, Aaj Tak, Times Now, Zoom, Bindass, ETC, TV9 etc, and intends to increase its content portfolio to cover 32 TV channels by 2007 end. [via Hindu] They're initially offering the service for fr*ee, though pricing plans have not been detailed. Also, there's nothing on the quality of the video - and how many frames per second are available on mobile.
The service is only available on Nokia (NYSE: NOK) handsets initially, and will be extended to Sony (NYSE: SNE) Ericsson (NSDQ: ERIC) and Motorola (NYSE: MOT) handsets. Idea cellular also has a video streaming service called Idea TV.

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NOKIA ::. Nokia Universal Codes Code Description :
These Nokia codes will work on most Nokia Mobile Phones

(1)*#0000# Displays your phones software version, 1st Line : Software Version, 2nd Line : Software Release

Date, 3rd Line : Compression Type.
(2) *#06# For checking the International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI Number).
(3)#pw+1234567890+2# Network Lock Status. (use the "*" button to obtain the "p,w"
and "+" symbols).
(3)*#147# (vodafone) this lets you know who called you last.
(4)*#2640# Displays security code in use.
(5)*#30# Lets you see the private number.
(6)*#67705646# Removes operator logo on 3310 & 3330.
(7)*#7780# Restore factory settings.

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ACL Wireless Limited


Consisting of Mobile Social Networking, Mobile Photo Sharing, Mobile Chat and Mobile IM, ACL's community & messaging services provide a highly engaging and interactive experience to over 15 million mobile users, a number growing at a staggering 500,000 each month.
The solutions are deployed across 27 mobile networks in 17 countries in key emerging markets like India, South East Asia , Latin America and Middle East.

ActiveMedia Technology


ActiveMedia Technology offers products and services enabling clients to generate value from the mobile medium by deploying solutions that power wireless transactions. We offer mobile marketing solutions, mobile gift vouchers, mobile ticketing, mobile content and much more.

J9 Mobile


A division of Jagran Prakashan Ltd
Digital content, text information services, contests, voice services and WAP. It’s launched a peer to peer exchange on mobile for buying and selling products.



Social Networking
Community Driven Initiatives across SMS / WAP / Voice / Apps


Multi-Lingual Portfolio across Java / FlashLite etc.


SMS / Voice / WAP content in Multi-Lingual formats

Speak Wireless


Speak Wireless is an Indian company privately owned and funded. Speak's information and telecommunication services allow its customers to accomplish on time and on budget solutions, whether for internal needs or applications offered to your customers. Since its creation, Speak has completed more than 40 projects.


Provides VAS in all major Indian languages



Kirusa is a leading developer of value added mobile services that provide the freedom of multimodality. By merging voice and visual interfaces, Kirusa's solutions deliver the quality of performance and ease of use that translates into meaningful services.



Torque is a 360 degree wireless solution and service provider, leveraging a blend of rapid information delivery and communication streams.
Torque specializes in providing wireless messaging solutions which empower you to market and communicate directly to targeted audiences and service them through various messaging products and tools.
services include mobile and PDA enabled management solutions and services


Value added services



India's leading Digitial & Mobile Entertainment Company Music, Movies, Gaming, Banking, Advertising, Shopping, Communities and all the things that really make a difference to our everyday lives, and drive businesses up the profitability ladder, are moving towards the new-age 'Digital & Mobile platform'.



LiveWire Telecom is an end to end enabler of Mobile Value-Added services. Live Wire Telecom supplies leading edge mobile Technologies, Services and Content to Telecom Operators, Content Owners and Enterprise Clients.



There are different genres of astrology and spirituality for which content and applications are available.

Zodiac Astrology
Vedic Astrology
Chinese Astrology
Feng shui

Wider Than


Ringback Tones


SMS Interoperability


Yahoo India Mobile


Value added services


Enterprise grade messaging and mobility solutions


SMS & Bluetooth solutions for Mobile marketing

Bar-code your SMS

Seamlessly integrated & automated messaging applications

SMS Enable your Product

SMS gateway API for messaging intergration with CRM, ERP, SAP, XML, COM



TELiBrahma is a venture backed technology startup with vast experience in creating products, business and partners in the converging space of Mobile Computing and the Internet.



SMSC , USSD , Global Number , International Callback , Optimal Call Routing, Voice Mail System , Lost Call Alerts and more.



Mobile Internet Platform

AOL Mobil


Buongiorno India


Personalization and Entertainment
Mobile community and social networking
Multimedia interactive services and User Generated Content

Astute Systems Tech


Mobile Entertainment, Mobile Information, Mobile Enterprise and Mobile Marketing as Developer, Aggregator and Publisher

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Value added services

Life Tree


Mobile VAS Kiosk



Value added services



Applications & widgets

IMI Mobile


IMImobile is a leading provider of carrier-grade messaging platforms and gateways, content management systems, and voice platforms through managed services.

Hungama Mobile

Hungama Mobile is a leading provider of mobile marketing applications with intrinsic expertise attached with mobile technology, communication & interactivity



Mobile Content & Applications (Games, Wallpapers, Ringtones, News, Matrimonials)
Mobile Software & Services (Middleware Solutions, Roaming Applications, SMS Gateways)
Mobile Media Solutions (Advertising and Branding Opportunities)

Rediff Mobile


Value added services

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