HTC Google Nexus One

January 30, 2010 on 9:31 am | In Cell phones | 7 Comments

Google is known to be a giant killer – from battling Microsoft in the search domain and Yahoo in the email markets. Google’s latest target seems to be the much envied iPhone from Apple. It has been a long wait for the iPhone killer from Google which has been a hot topic for discussion for technocrats all over the world. Finally it’s here – The HTC Google Nexus One.
htc google nexus one
At first look, the HTC Google Nexus One is pretty similar to the latest full touch screen phones on offer today. The touch interface and the way the entire screen is planned reminds one of the iPhone at first sight, but apart from looks, Google have managed to up the bar on many other features.

The first point worth mention is the 1 Ghz Snapdragon CPU, which makes it twice as fast as any other smartphone out there. However, only time can tell, if the battery technology existing today, is capable of handling such processors. The Android OS is excellent with its multi-tasking, “never close an app” approach, just perfect for phones of this kind. The 4 GB memory is a tad lower compared to the iPhone, but the SD card expandable slot with support up to 32 GB is a wonderful add-on, especially considering the falling prices of these cards.

The camera on the HTC Google Nexus One is 5 MP, auto-focus with LED flash and a very decent lens.
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AT&T Communication Service Provider

January 17, 2010 on 12:50 pm | In Telecommunication services | 2 Comments

From all the communication service providers in the US, AT&T is one of the most popular ones in recent years. As a matter of fact, their clientele figures boast more than 100 million customers with 77 million subscribing for just the wireless option.
AT&T
AT&T’s popularity can be attributed to their numerous user-friendly services. There is a major focus on customer satisfaction as is evident from their attention to caller needs. And so, they provide useful caller bundles that cater to various types of users.

AT&T is also renowned for offering quality services at affordable rates. And thus, the cheaper bundles, be it internet or voice communication, are always cost effective and tailor-made for a low-end user.

This well-known service provider is a major player in the wireless service provider industry as well. They are renowned as a leader in the field, well ahead of their peers. And so, it is not surprising that AT&T are one of the only companies that sells Apple’s iPhone!
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Best Calling Cards of 2009

January 8, 2010 on 2:31 pm | In Calling cards | 7 Comments

The year 2009 witnessed the Telecom companies striving hard to make global communication a cake walk for customers around the world. The advent of calling cards have contributed a lot in this mission. One can stay connected with friends, relatives and business partners internationally with great ease and relatively low cost. With the New Year’s resolutions still in pursuit, let’s sneak into the last year and have a look at the best calling cards of 2009.

Jupiter calling cards
JupiterJupiter calling card is perhaps the best bet for international travelers who feel the need to make long distance calls. It’s a Permanent Pin calling card which comes along with a refill feature and PIN Free access option. The best part is that the rates are very economical and there is no expiry date. Jupiter phone card allows long distance calls from Canada and USA to several countries.
One simply needs to sign up with the respective provider and register your phone number with them. Once registered, your phone number will be recognized immediately after you dial the Access code.
You don’t have to worry about any hidden charges, nor do you have to remember the unimaginable difficult PIN.
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