Filed Under (Technology News) by gadgetHead on August-29-2016

As you may have noticed, our lives are now almost completely dependent on technology and things are constantly getting “harder, better, faster, stronger”. The problem is that in some areas of the world the newest gadgets are not always available at the time they are originally released – this is the case with China.

Apple’s devices have been very popular in China but have often been released there months after launching in Europe or the United States. The iPad made its debut in the country a week earlier than the iPhone 4, but both products have been available on the grey market: largely because of unusually high demand for Apple goods.

Apple has failed so far, despite extensive negotiations, to get a fair deal with China Mobile – the country’s largest mobile telecommunications company. However, they made a contract with China Unicom and initial demand for iPhones have met their expectations – over 250,000 pre-orders by Monday and more than 50,000 walk-in purchases of the device on the first day. With such a great consumer interest, inventory didn’t last long and demand has quickly outpaced supply, leaving people only with the promise that the companies will get more units on the store shelves as fast as possible. China Unicom offers the phone with a two-year mobile subscription, and their customers can now benefit from 3G services by making cheap calls to China and abroad.

The launch of latest iPhone appears to be stronger than the 3GS a year ago, when we saw China Unicom managing to sell only 100,000 devices over the first six weeks and only 5,000 on the first day. Another reason is that prices are a lot lower for this generation – about 20%.

According to some research companies, Apple is only the fifth




Filed Under (Technology News) by gadgetHead on August-5-2016

Since HTC Scribe is new to market, there is not much information available on Internet. Here is the best information available on HTC Scribe till yet. Rumors abound that the HTC corporation has joined the tablet market having applied for a trademark label ‘HTC SCRIBE’ on December 26th 2010 under ‘’Goods and Services” which is touted to be its first tablet computer. The HTC application also stated the device would be a ‘’handheld wireless device, namely, a tablet computer”.

There is still not much information about it but the suspected sneak preview of the specifications give a rough idea of what it features such as an NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, 2GB RAM, 32GB micro SD storage, a 1280 by 720 resolution and the HTC preferred Operating System the Android Honeycomb 2.4 and not the 3.0 as rumored by some speculators.

And going by what we all know about HTC so far, based on their phone product quality, the Scribe will undoubtedly be a well made device that will compete with the best available tablets or even be a trailblazer in the market. This phone is expected to operate on various platforms like other HTC devices do. HTC Scribe is therefore something to look forward to and you should save for this as it seams this device will offer a real experience and it is even better than most of those that are currently in the market thus having one can give you an amazing experience that you can rarely find elsewhere.

HTC is one of the newest companies in the mobile phone manufacturing sector. HTC can be described as the fastest growing company that seeks to offer quality, smart and reliable mobile phones. With only a few years in the industry HTC has transformed itself to a household name and it is offering competition to the already established




Filed Under (Technology News) by gadgetHead on June-22-2016

HTC cell phones have occupied a large share of the market today. They are perfectly suitable for young people and the business group.
HTC put its main part in developing Windows mobile operating system earlier before, and it is the largest WM smart cell phone manufacturer. Now, various kinds of Google android cell phones have added a lot of points to HTC’s products. Cell phones like G3 have even become star products of HTC. In a word, HTC is a master both of Windows mobile operating system and android operating system.
Speaking of the operation interface, HTC has done a great job, too. Its Sense operating method is a creative and convenient invention.
Besides, most HTC cell phones have cool and smooth shapes, which make it comfortable holding HTC cell phones in users’ hands and operating on the screens. Their neat and structured looks also leave a large space for fittings.

For HTC users who possess cars, this plastic car swivel mount holder is very useful. Its smooth angles and square body can hold your cell phone steadily and tightly, making it safe and sound even during sharp turns. You can swivel and adjust its height as you please. The suction cup allows you to attach this cell phone holder to anywhere you like in your car, as long as it is a smooth and non-porous surface. Besides, it also includes a car charger, allowing you to charge your HTC cell phones during your journey. This is a great advantage for young people who like to go camping or self-driving travelling. It removes the problem of having dead batteries in suburban places when emergencies come.

This protective rubber PC plastic back case for HTC cell phones also adds much fun to the use of HTC phones. All cell phone users worry about scratches and damages on the phone surfaces, which




Filed Under (Technology News) by gadgetHead on June-10-2016

It used to be that in order to play the latest and greatest PC games you had to have the latest and greatest hardware as well. This is an expensive proposition. Top video cards along routinely go for more than the price of a processor and motherboard, which in themselves can cost as much as an Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3.

One of the most demoralizing problems is that gaming companies often develop their games in anticipation of hardware that won’t even become available to the public until around the time their game will be released. Compounding the problem, the top-top of the line computer hardware always seems to cost nearly double the price of similar hardware just a few models down despite only offering 5% to 10% better performance. Yet, the hardcore gamer couldn’t satisfy their needs without that extra 10% computing power. This led many gamers to become locked into a very expensive cycle, year after year, until recently.

Hardware manufacturers have always known that their products’ primary limitations are set by heat. Friction at an atomic level occurs as electrons go zooming through the silicon mazes they create, and the faster those impulses go the more heat is generated. Essentially, the primary difference between the fast computer chips of today and the slower chips of yesteryear is the chip manufacturers discovered ways to fit more pathways into a smaller space (allowing faster travel from one side of the die to the other) without generating more heat (or using materials that could withstand it better).

What it all comes down to is that manufacturers set these chips to lower speed settings than they are capable of, because they know the chip can withstand a lot of heat on that setting — but computers are programmable and it’s




Filed Under (Technology News) by gadgetHead on May-25-2016

Hewlett-Packard Co. jumped into the nascent tablet computing market Friday when it released its Slate 500, an $ 800 competitor to Apple Inc.’s 6-month-old iPad.

The Slate 500, which runs Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system and is aimed at workplace users rather than consumers, goes beyond the iPad in some places, and stays behind it in others.

Hewlett-Packard Co. jumped into the nascent tablet computing market Friday when it released its Slate 500, an $ 800 competitor to Apple Inc.’s 6-month-old iPad.

The Slate 500, which runs Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system and is aimed at workplace users rather than consumers, goes beyond the iPad in some places, and stays behind it in others.

Hewlett-Packard Co. jumped into the nascent tablet computing market Friday when it released its Slate 500, an $ 800 competitor to Apple Inc.’s 6-month-old iPad.

The Slate 500, which runs Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system and is aimed at workplace users rather than consumers, goes beyond the iPad in some places, and stays behind it in others.

Hewlett-Packard Co. jumped into the nascent tablet computing market Friday when it released its Slate 500, an $ 800 competitor to Apple Inc.’s 6-month-old iPad.

The Slate 500, which runs Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system and is aimed at workplace users rather than consumers, goes beyond the iPad in some places, and stays behind it in




Filed Under (Technology News) by gadgetHead on May-17-2016

Nokia will soon plan to add the more mobile gadgets in its portfolio to meet up with the contemporary requirements. Nokia has always launched every product with having some valuable reasons or features. Nokia has been manufacturing mobile gadgets catering to every major market segment and protocol, including GSM, CDMA, and W-CDMA (UMTS). It also offers Internet services facilitate the people to experience music, maps, media, messaging and games.

The company believes in moving forward but by taking the misconceptions of the past so that it will give the full satisfaction to the consumers and that is the dedication and diligence which remains its top priority. The some great and evergreen Nokia mobiles in India are Nokia N97 Mini, Nokia N8 Mobile Phone, Nokia C3 Mobile Phone, Nokia 5230 Mobile Phone, Nokia 5233 Mobile Phone, Nokia X2 Mobile Phone, Nokia E5 Mobile Phone, and Nokia C7 Mobile Phone. These all above mentioned mobile phones are of few names which shows the originality and novelty of the brand.

The upcoming Nokia mobiles in India are Nokia e7 and Nokia X3 Touch and Type. Both Nokia mobiles are awesome in terms of features, design and price. Let’s talk about these Nokia mobiles in India in brief. The Nokia E7 mobile phone is the great example of cutting edge technology. It is a beautiful, innovative design with everything you need to stay in sync. It carries the 101.6 mm (4 inch) Clear Black AMOLED touch screen display with QWERTY keyboard.

The new and upcoming Nokia E7 mobile in India has come equipped with the 8 Mega Pixel camera cable to view HD videos and images. Watch and upload mobile videos straight to YouTube. This awesome gadget also supports the Real-time work and personal emails.




Filed Under (Technology News) by gadgetHead on May-13-2016

Before discussing about telecom technologies, at first we should be aware of the term ‘’telecommunication”, it is said to be as sending some sort of information over particular distance. As we know in earlier times telecommunication was only possible via visual signals like smoke signals, signal flags, loud whistles etc. Nowadays telecommunication means the use of radio or microwave communication apart from telegraph, telephone, teleprinter etc. Again a telecommunication basically comprises of three units namely-transmitter, medium, receiver. Generations of cellular networks are 1G, 2G, 3G, and 4G.

1st Generation

1G (First Generation System) was based on analogue technology. It uses the FDMA technique for making communication.

2nd Generation

 It was also known as Digital Cellular System. 2G technologies mainly compromises of GSM, IS-95, IS-136.Of which GSM based on TDMA technique,IS-95 based on CDMA technique & IS-136 better known as D-AMPS based again on TDMA technique. This technology brings two basic terms like voice services & slow data transmission. Providing data rates up to 236.8 kbps. Same in case of CDMA One evolve to CDMA2000 1x or 1xRTT proving both voice & data communication at a good data rate of around 60-100 kbps compared to almost 14.4 kbps in case of CDMA One. Slowly but steadily we are heading towards the high data rate system also known to be as 3G (Third Generation System).

3rd Generation

Already 2.5G systems were introduced to facilitate the need of high data rate consumption, but it