On april 9th started the auction for 3G in India. The Department of Telecommunications said on its website that 76 rounds of bidding had been completed by Saturday, The base price for one set of pan-India licenses had been set at 35 billion rupees.
Bharti Airtel, Reliance Communications and Vodafone’s Indian unit, are participating in the auction.
Well, here’s an interesting one. Information Appliance Associates, a company best known for its PocketMac synching software, has today announced the iTiki, a charming little Hawaiian pocket god that will protect your iPhone 3G or 3GS from nicks and scratches.
We all know that the iPhone is one power-hungry gadget. And if you are caught in a situation where you are expecting an important call and your iPhone just dies on you, it is downright irritating, perhaps even leading up to you losing out on that business deal.
To solve your problems, and also helping a bit of Green cause in the process, Novothink’s got ‘your back’ with their very own iPhone case which is compatible with the iPhone 3G as well as iPhone 3GS models.
Boasting a solar panel on the back that will help juice up your precious handset wherever you go, it will also give your handset a classy look and at the same time not hamper the usability of the iPhone. You will still gain full access to the touchscreen display.
Being durable as well as lightweight, it keeps your conscience clear knowing that you are doing your part in helping combat global warming without having to compromise on anything.
Case-Mate’s ‘Hug’ is a wireless charging solution for your iPhone and other similar phones.
It was first seen at the CES iLounge Pavilion earlier this year, and, though without a name that time, it has finally earned itself a name, a price and a ship date.
Named Hug, it comes with a Hug Case and a Hug Pad and allows one to charge his/her iPhone 3G or iPhone 3GS by simply laying it’s phone on the aforementioned platter. And to add to it the fact that this pad will charge any other case that utilizes the same standard is worth noting.
The next great leap forward in wireless broadband networks, a superfast technology called Long Term Evolution(lte), is being hailed as a breakthrough that will transform the world’s mobile into the lubricative gatekeepers of the on-the-go internet.
1. Fast internet( about 50 times faster than 3g technology)
LET shall provide speeds upto 200-300mb/sec speed.
2. Downloading becomes easier thus helps to develop the
What we Dont Like?
1.Huge capital investment- About 1.8$billion is the estimated cost to develop this network in Europe.
2.Possibility of Failure- 3G technology failed for over 10 years till apple released its iphone in 2007. This can be the case even with LTE.
3.With already 20mb/sec speed with the HSPA+ technology it is not sure whether this technology will be able to develop something substantial.
If you are a internet addict and a downloading freak this technology will surely change your life.
Great news for all iPhone carriers. You can now make and receive VoIP calls over 3G on the iPhone (and iPad?!) according to the latest release by iCall. The SDK terms were updated by Apple to allow VoIP calls over 3G even though some operators, like T-Mobile in Germany, don’t allow VoIP calls on their network. iCall, with push notifications, is surely the one which finally makes VoIP a classy member of the iPhone.
iCall allows you to make and receive phone calls over 3G and WiFi.
Iphone 2g, 3g ,3gs and now its time for the all new apple iphone 4g.
Apple has never disappointed us with its unique and brilliant design and supremacy and excellence in quality. Hopefully it will live upto its expectations with the new iphone 4g.
An OLED display, 5-megapixel camera and a release date between May and July appear to be the most likely rumors (and we agree that those all sound like very distinct possibilities). Also ranking high are rumors of a front-facing camera, dual-core processor with more RAM and a touch-sensitive case.
The 16GB and 32GB storage is priced at $199 and $299 respectively.
Recently, Vodafone has been seen launching and promoting some interesting products in the field of Internet access. One of those marketed products is the new MiFi 2352 (an intelligent Mobile Hotspot for European HSPA Networks). So, this is now an additional option Vodafone users can pick if they need an Internet 3G connection.
The MiFi 2352 is a small device (hardly weighs 100 grams) that can work as a WiFi router as well as a 3G modem to access Internet through mobile networks by using a computer or any other device with an Internet connection like a smartphone, a video game console, a media player, etc.
‡ Key Features
* Works as a WiFi router: This MiFi is able to act as a conventional WiFi router (just like those used in many residential and corporate environments). In this case, the 3G data connection can be shared with up to five computers.
* Works as a USB modem: It also works as a conventional 3G USB modem, i.e. , you can connect it to a USB port of your computer in order to have Internet access wherever you want. Of course, you need an adequate mobile Internet plan, and in this case, only your computer will have Internet access through the MiFi.
* 5 WLAN-enabled devices
* Shared internet access
* Portable stand-alone battery powered Mobile Broadband Hotspot – no wires required
* Battery with up to 4 hours stand alone usage. Can be charged via the in-box A/C adapter or PC USB cable
To sum up, its one heck of a handy tool from Vodafone. Power to You.