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  Nokia Smartphone Rows Will Be Released Soon
Posted by: joane lilas - 06-01-2017, 04:11 AM - Forum: smartphone - No Replies

Deretan Smartphone Android Nokia Bakal Segera Dirilis : Nokia Smartphone Rows Will Be Released Soon
Android ranks Smartphone Nokia soon to meet Wednesday, 31/05/2017 09:00 Jibi / Solopos.com / news service Jafar Sodiq Assegaf Nokia 3 (GSM Arena) Nokia created a series of phones based on the Android operating system . Solopos.om, SAN FRANCISCO - Global HMD has announced the latest Nokia smartphone to run the Android operating system. Reportedly, there are a number of phones that will be released in the second quarter to (Q2) this year. Reports Phone Arena, Tuesday (05/30/2017) previously, Nokia confirmed that Nokia Nokia Nokia 5 5 and 6 will be available in the market in Q2, but the Finnish company did not mention in detail which countries will receive these devices, Many Potential customers are asking HMD and Nokia when they will be able to buy the latest Android phones Nokia announced at the Mobile World Congress, but there was no response until this week. HMD asks you to make the entire Nokia smartphone available in the market late Q2. And, not just a few countries that will get Nokia 3, 5 and 6, but worldwide. According to Nokia Mobile, all smartphones will arrive should be available for purchase worldwide before the end of June. Now, it is necessary to check whether the HMD will provide enough stocks for retailers so that all Nokia fans can buy their favorite smartphone.

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  Microsoft : could release a new smartphone with refreshed Windows 10 Mobile
Posted by: gabriellia cristi - 06-01-2017, 04:03 AM - Forum: smartphone - No Replies

Microsoft : could release a new smartphone with refreshed Windows 10 Mobile : Microsoft : could release a new smartphone with refreshed Windows 10 Mobile
Windows 10 Mobile has virtually plummeted to a market share of 1% since Microsoft has not released a new device since October 2015. While many speculations followed the example suggesting that the company will kill the operating system, it turns out that Microsoft Is testing internally an updated user interface for Windows 10 Mobile, which will later be included on a smartphone. Insiders are claiming that the new smartphone is speculated to be powered by & ldquo A different branch of Windows Mobile. & Rdquo The operating system user interface in question is supposedly different from the one currently available on Windows 10 Mobile OS. The report coincides with previous rumors of a Surface smartphone, so you may be looking at the possibility of a completely new line of devices coming from Microsoft. Source: MS PowerUser © Mobile88.com 2017. All rights reserved. Provided by SyndiGate Media Inc. (Syndigate.info), Middle East Source & Newspapers from North Africa

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  Vivo Y67 4gb Ram 32gb Rom Brand New Smartphone (rose Gold)
Posted by: chico joell - 06-01-2017, 04:03 AM - Forum: smartphone - No Replies

Vivo Y67 4gb Ram 32gb Rom Brand New Smartphone (rose Gold) : Vivo Y67 4gb Ram 32gb Rom Brand New Smartphone (rose Gold)
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  HP Sprocket instantly prints photos from your smartphone
Posted by: dolph sibyl - 06-01-2017, 03:59 AM - Forum: smartphone - No Replies

HP Sprocket instantly prints photos from your smartphone : HP Sprocket instantly prints photos from your smartphone
SINGAPORE - HP has upgraded the portable photo printer for smartphones-toting millennials. With the new HP Sprocket palm size, users can print 2 x 3-inch color photos directly from their smartphones. Such portable photo printers are not new. In fact, the Sprocket uses the same Zink technology as its competitors. No ink cartridge required - simply charge the pinion with Zink compatible photo paper. Can hold up to 10 photographic papers. The resulting photos are stain-resistant and water-resistant, with a sticky back that allows users to attach them to objects such as laptops and phones. HP has also created a complimentary Sprocket app (for iOS and Android) that lets you easily print photos from your smartphone camera or social media accounts such as Facebook, Instagram or Flickr. However, the best feature of the application is its ability to upload your photos with borders, emoji, stickers, filters and fonts. These edited photos can be shared on social media or sent to HP Sprocket via Bluetooth for printing. Get the Straits Times Newsletters in your Inbox "Whatever the occasion, the HP Sprocket is a witty and fun gadget to wear ", said Lionel Ch 'ng, HP's CEO Inc of Singapore. The HP sprocket is now available in black and white at $ 199. A pack of 20 photo papers with glued back costs $ 15.90. Live Forever with Benjamin Kheng and Narelle Kheng - HP Sprocket Photo Printer

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  Shopping for your first smart phone? Go for the Vivo V5 Lite
Posted by: kimball engracia - 06-01-2017, 03:47 AM - Forum: public news - No Replies

Shopping for your first smart phone? Go for the Vivo V5 Lite : Shopping for your first smart phone? Go for the Vivo V5 Lite
Lifestyle / To Be Do you like to share this Shopping for your first smartphone? Go to Live V5 Lite By: Heaven Dwayne Francisco - @inquirerdotnet 09:06 June 1, 2017 Model Daisha Jimenez testing the V5 Live Lite There is truth to the old saying "you never forget your first ": your first love , First Kiss and First Loveless, the first time he entered college and his first day at work, these landmarks are etched in his memory forever. Among the many "first " of life is the thrill of owning your first mobile phone. Do you remember how you eagerly drew it out of its box, cradled it gently in your hands, and admired and tasted it a little before loading it? Sure, you have owned numerous cell phones ever since, but you can never forget your first. The Vivo V5 Lite is the first perfect smartphone. Priced at P9,900, it's an easy-to-use gadget built with quality features one would expect from a brand like Vivo. I used the V5 Lite for a month and here is what I experienced: ADVERTISING The V5 Lite Live Elegant, beautiful and elegant in gold or golden pink options, the phone has a 5.5-inch touchscreen (sorry, no Fingerprint sensor in this model) which showed clear pictures and videos thanks to its resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels. It runs on Funtouch OS 3.0 software on top of Android Marshmallow, and features a 5GHz MT6750 octa -core, along with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage, expandable up to 256 GB. Keeping your many selfies and videos is not a problem. The 3000mAh battery means you can go a day without charging the phone. Enjoy a smooth and decent gaming experience for hours on end with the V5 Lite. The V5 Lite may be one of Vivo's simplest models, but it certainly meets the brand's reputation as "the perfect selfie phone." The 13MP rear camera comes with autofocus and an LED flash, while a 16MP front camera has a soft light flash, ensuring that your selfies are even brightened in the dark. In dim light, I expected poor quality from my shots Surprisingly, they came out better than I thought. And check out the results of our fashion shoot with the model, Daisha Jiménez. If anything, the V5 Lite can get it used for the basic features of a smartphone. And although the rapid pace of technology will have you graduating to more high-tech gadgets in the coming years, you will certainly remember the first one that got you started.

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  Canadian startup, AmpMe, sets sights on India's 800mn+ smartphone market
Posted by: boot idalina - 06-01-2017, 03:47 AM - Forum: smartphone - No Replies

Canadian startup, AmpMe, sets sights on India&#39 s 800mn+ smartphone market : Canadian startup, AmpMe, sets sights on India's 800mn+ smartphone market
AmpMe, a company founded in Montreal by serial entrepreneur and founder of MLA Ventures, Martin-Luc Archambault, officially announced its incursion into the ever-expanding Indian market. The company, known for its matching audio technology that has taken the world by storm, is now set in the market of 800 million smartphones. Application-based service has seen an astounding growth in popularity around the world. It allows smart devices to connect to each other and play the same audio content, while allowing them to work in unison as a high-decibel speaker. With the AmpMe app, Android and iOS users can play the same music together in perfect sync, giving you a powerful surround sound effect. The free application works by allowing the host to synchronize its music with the devices of its friends. The host can play music from SoundCloud, YouTube, Spotify or your own local library. Instead of relying on Bluetooth or Wi-Fi technology to connect devices together, AmpMe uses proprietary server-centric fingerprint technology to create seamless synchronization and work with your regular data plan, your Wi-Fi network or Your personal hotspot. When the host hits the "Play " button, friends will automatically see the person nearby and can click "Join " with which their devices will sync automatically, surrounding the group with the music of their choice. The app has seen significant improvements like AmpMe including offline mode. Here, the host creates a personal hotspot on your phone, which establishes a unique Wi-Fi network for the party, allowing other nearby users to join. 'Offline mode ' plays any song stored on the host device through the 'My Library ' tab of AmpMe, transmitting your personal music library in perfect synchronization with friends. Viewers wishing to join the party will simply join the Wi-Fi network, open the application and automatically join the party created by the host phone. This new "Auto-join " feature makes it easy to synchronize unlimited handsets with no problems. Speaking of his foray into the Indian market, Martin-Luc Archambault, CEO Founder, AmpMe, said: "Our efforts to create a unique and innovative product have had positive results, as we see that the service is spread all over the world. AmpMe is a global application by nature, so it can be used by Anyone who listens to music and has a smartphone, making it the most versatile service available to music lovers. We are pleased to announce our foray into the Indian market, which

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  Lifan X60 android gps
Posted by: tyne allyson - 06-01-2017, 03:31 AM - Forum: android 60 - No Replies

Lifan X60 android gps : Lifan X60 android gps
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  'Lack of awareness' among mobile phone users about cybercrime threat
Posted by: nero bogart - 06-01-2017, 03:23 AM - Forum: mobile phone - No Replies

&#39 Lack of awareness&#39 among mobile phone users about cybercrime threat : 'Lack of awareness' among mobile phone users about cybercrime threat
Only a third of consumers have installed anti-virus software on their mobile phone, even though 94% appreciate the importance of data security, according to a survey. Nearly 24 million Britons use their mobile to buy, and nearly 23 million use Internet banking, according to the Virgin Mobile survey, but only 34% have protected their phone with software. Meanwhile, 17% of Britons admit to storing their passwords on their mobile phone. Of these, 43% keep passwords in the Notes application, 28% keep them as the organization's names in their contact list and 26% keep them under celebrity names. 43% do not use a numerical access code to ensure access to their phones, while 11% admit that they have never changed any of their online passwords. Even among those who consider themselves taking data security seriously, 7% have used public WiFi to send banking data. Despite rising levels of computer crime, a fifth of Britons (17%) do not believe anyone can steal information from their phone, while almost one in three (29%) believe that security applications are not necessary On mobile phones. Virgin Mobile commissioned the survey, as it launched a mobile security package, including a password manager service, for all customers for free during the first year of use. Jeff Dodds, Managing Director of Virgin Mobile, said: "While Brits spend more time surfing the web on their smartphones than on laptops, our research shows a lack of security awareness." People who protect themselves from the growing threat of cybercrime in the device they use the most. "Cyber.uk director Jessica Barker said:" The British public is increasingly aware of cyber security and the overwhelming majority are Agree that it is important. However, there is a gap between this knowledge and behaviors. "One factor driving this is that cyber security can seem difficult and overwhelming. However, it does not have to be that way, and online security is increasingly important." With increasingly powerful and connected phones, People use them to do internet banking, shopping, sharing content on social networks and even sending intimate selfies. "This information can be vulnerable to attacks like anything on the Internet, but there are many simple steps you can take to better protect yourself and protect your data." Opinium surveyed 2,006 UK adults online from 12-16 May. The Cumberland Show STUART WALKER David Beesley Jo Reid and his daughter Hannah Reid enjoy a dance together

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  'Lack of awareness' among mobile phone users about cybercrime threat
Posted by: cynthie heloise - 06-01-2017, 03:23 AM - Forum: mobile phone - No Replies

&#39 Lack of awareness&#39 among mobile phone users about cybercrime threat : 'Lack of awareness' among mobile phone users about cybercrime threat
Just a third of consumers have installed anti-virus software on their mobile phone, even though 94% appreciate the importance of data security, a survey has found. Nearly 24 million Britons use their mobile to buy, and nearly 23 million use Internet banking services, according to the survey. Nearly 24 million Britons use their mobile to buy, and nearly 23 million use Internet banking services. 34% have protected your phone with the software. Meanwhile, 17% of Britons admit to storing their passwords on their mobile phone. Of these, 43% keep passwords in the Notes application, 28% keep them as the organization's names in their contact list and 26% keep them under celebrity names. 43% do not use a numeric code to ensure access to their phones, while 11% admit that they have never changed any of their passwords online. Even among those considered to take data security seriously, 7% have used public WiFi to send bank details. Despite the increasing levels of cybercrime, (17%) do not think anyone will steal information Of its phone, while nearly one in three (29%) believe that security applications are not necessary on mobile phones. Virgin Mobile commissioned the survey when it launched a mobile security package, Including a password manager service, For all customers for free during the first year of use. Jeff Dodds, Managing Director of Virgin Mobile, said: "While Brits spend more time surfing the web on their smartphones than on laptops," British citizenship is increasingly aware of cybersecurity and overwhelming Cyber-crime situation, "said Cyber.uk director Jessica Barker.Most agree that it is important.However, there is a gap between this awareness and behaviors." One driving factor in this is that cyber security May seem difficult and overwhelming. However, it does not have to be that way, and online security is increasingly important. "Powerful and connected, people use them to do internet banking, buy, share content on social media and even Send close

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  Call me on my mobile, says Donald Trump, in new breach of protocol
Posted by: adriane nani - 06-01-2017, 03:19 AM - Forum: mobile phone - No Replies

Call me on my mobile, says Donald Trump, in new breach of protocol : Call me on my mobile, says Donald Trump, in new breach of protocol
Resident Donald Trump has been delivering his mobile phone number to world leaders and urging them to call him directly, an unusual invitation that breaks the diplomatic protocol and is raising concerns about the security and secrecy of communications from the United States Commander in Chief . Trump has urged Canadian and Mexican leaders to reach their mobile phones, according to current and former US officials with direct knowledge of the practice. Of the two, only Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has taken advantage of the offer so far, officials said. Trump also exchanged numbers with French President Emmanuel Macron when the two spoke immediately after Macron's victory earlier this month, according to a French official, who would not comment on whether Macron intended to use the line. All officials demanded anonymity because they were not authorized to reveal the talks. Neither the White House nor Trudeau's office responded to requests for comment. Only Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau would have taken advantage of Donald Trump's offer so far. The idea that world leaders call each other over the mobile phone may seem unusual in the modern mobile world. But in the diplomatic arena, where leader-to-leader calls are highly orchestrated affairs, it is another notable violation of the protocol for a president who has expressed distrust in official channels. The formalities and discipline of diplomacy have been a difficult adjustment for Trump - who, before assuming office, was easily reached by telephone and saw himself as an impulsive and impulsive negotiator. P residents generally make calls on one of several secure phone lines, including those in the White House Situation Room, the Oval Office, or the presidential limousine. Even if Trump uses his government-issued mobile phone, his calls are vulnerable to listening, especially from foreign governments, national security experts said. "If you're talking on an open line, then it's an open line, that is, those who have the ability to monitor those conversations are doing it," said Derek Chollet, former President of the Nation. Pentagon adviser and National Security Council official now in the German Marshall Fund of the United States. A president "does not carry a secure phone," Chollet said. "If someone is tryi

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