Friday, May 30, 2008
WHAT ARE THE POSSIBLE USES OF YOUR SERVICE?
Our powerful cross-database Reverse Phone Search is an easy way to track down prank cell phone calls. Do not allow yourself to be a victim any longer. Take the initiative and put an end to the prank phone calls today. Use our Search by Name to locate Friends, Relatives, Lost Love, Classmates or anyone else.
WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE REPORT?
Report May Include: Full Name and Full Address associated with the number, Cell Phone or Phone Carrier information, Date of Birth, Phone Numbers, Dates of Issuance.
Posted by DIN GTF at 4:41 PM
Saturday, March 22, 2008
Nokia Nseries multimedia range to include three new devices: the Nokia N92 (the world's first mobile device with a built-in DVB-H receiver), the Nokia N71 and the Nokia N80. With these new devices consumers can wirelessly watch mobile TV, stream music, share photos and send emails with attachments, using technologies such as 3G, WLAN and Universal Plug and Play (UPnP).
The Nokia N92 offers easy access to TV programs without having to sit in front of a television set. Users can set reminders to watch their favourite TV programs, create personal channel lists and subscribe to TV channel packages.
The outstanding new form factor offers a highly ergonomic user-experience. The usability is further enhanced by the large 2.8” anti-glare QVGA screen with 16 million colours and the dedicated media keys that deliver a rich viewing experience.
With the integrated DVB-H (Digital Video Broadcasting for Handsets) receiver it is possible to watch television on the 2.8 inch screen of the phone.
With the Nokia N92, you can now tune into your favorite TV channels as easily as you do at home. It has a large 2.8" QVGA screen supporting 16 million colors, and dedicated media keys for easy navigation and control of the TV. And, like your home TV, the Nokia N92 features an electronic program guide, automatic channel finder, and high quality stereo sound. The Nokia N92 also lets you easily transfer video from your PC to enjoy later, or record and store broadcast TV programs with up to 2GB* memory card support. Together with an in-built music player, FM radio, 2 megapixel camera and video recorder, the Nokia N92 is your easy-to-use, compact entertainment package.
Posted by DIN GTF at 4:54 AM
Mobile phones that can carry and work with two SIM cards in nothing new really. We’ve seen quite a few such models, but usually made by little known manufacturers and mainly in Asia.
Well, it looks like Samsung is planing to bring dual SIM card mobile phones into mainstream in Europe with their Samsung DuoS D880 phone.
Both cards in Samsung SGH-D880 can work simultaneously to make and receive calls, send/receive SMS messages. The user also can easily select which card to use for mobile browsing, e-mail and other multimedia services. Your WAP/MMS/E-mail profiles are switched automatically when different card is selected.
When you receive the call, the name of the card that for the call flashes on screen and each SIM card can be assigned it’s own ringtone. In case of missed calls, the relevant card is also indicated.
Except for the dual SIM cards, Samsung DuoS D880 is your ordinary 2.5G Samsung slider with:
* GSM 900/1800/1900 EDGE connectivity
* 2.3″ QVGA Display
* 3.2 Megapixel camera with autofocus
* FM Radio
* Bluetooth 2.0 A2DP, USB 2.0
* 1200 mAh battery
* Dimensions: 104×51x18.9
The only thing not to like, is the price - Samsung D880 DuoS is expected to cost around $700. But when you consider that you won’t have to carry two different phones in your pocket, the price tag doesn’t look so bad anymore.
Samsung Malaysia Electronics (Assembly) Sdn Bhd expects to sell 10,000 units of its latest dual SIM card mobile phone, the SGH- D880, in three to four months, its director of mobile phone sales and marketing, Alex Wong, said Thursday.
He said besides the two separate SIM card lots, the mobile phone also has dual active standby connectivity.
The number of multi-SIM users, or users receiving calls and short messaging services (SMS) from more than one connection is expected to rise, says Samsung.
Quoting research company Informa Telecoms & Media, it said multi-SIM users already make up 0.7 billion out of three billion GSM mobile subscriptions, and they are expected to rise to one billion by 2009.
Wong said Samsung Malaysia also plans to launch another 40 to 50 new mobile phones next year and these are expected to increased company sales by 10 to 20 percent.
He also said Samsung ranked number two in the Malaysian market after Nokia with 21 percent market share and that it planned to "grow another strong number to challenge them."
Meanwhile, the latest phone from Samsung is aimed at premium pro-multi SIM users and businessmen. The SGH-D880 is Samsung's second dual standby phone line up after SGH-W579 which also allows two SIM cards to be used concurrently.
Posted by DIN GTF at 3:56 AM