Archive for December 21st, 2010

December 21, 2010

>Nokia E63 Firmware Updated To Version 501.21.001

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Nokia recently released new firmware updates for E52, C5 and C6-00. And now, Nokia released a firmware update for its popular QWERTY phone, E63. The latest version is numbered 501.21.001 and it comes with upgraded music player, office 2007 support and more. You can easily download the latest firmware update from Nokia Software Update (NSU)
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December 21, 2010

>Airtel launches mobile services in Bangladesh after completing acquisition of Warid Telecom

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Airtel Bangladesh started its operations today and joined 19 countries where Airtel operates in Asia and Africa. Airtel had earlier acquired majority stake in Warid Telecom in Bangladesh from the Dhabi Group.Warid Telecom has now been renamed as Airtel Bangladesh
“We are extremely honoured to begin our journey in Bangladesh with our new global identity. We know the people of Bangladesh are very passionate about their identity, their culture and their language. The Airtel brand will represent these values, while retaining the youthfulness and dynamism of the global brand so that our customers here can enjoy the same best-in-class brand experienced across continents. We have already begun work to take our mobile network deeper into the rural areas and deliver world-class and affordable mobile services.” Chris Tobit, CEO – Airtel Bangladesh
December 21, 2010

>Nexus S Price Cut In UK To £429.99

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Earlier this month, Google and Samsung announced the first Android 2.3 powered smartphone, the Google Nexus S. 
This handset was set to release on December 16 in the US and December 20 in the UK. Nexus S was released on time in the US, but it got delayed in UK due to some unknown reasons. This device will be finally available from December 22 in the UK. Moreover, the price of Nexus S have been dropped from £549.95 to £429.99.
December 21, 2010

>Google makes Gmail calling free for all of 2011

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Last August, Google introduced the ability to make and receive phone calls from within Gmail. At that time, the company made all calls to the United States and Canada free for the rest of 2010. On Monday, Google announced that it’s extending the free calling offer throughout all of 2011.
To make calls inside Gmail, you simply type in the number you’d like to call, and Google makes the connection using VOIP technology. If you use Google Voice, you can connect Gmail to your Google Voice phone number, so that Gmail starts ringing when your number gets called. If you don’t use the free Google Voice service, you can still place calls within Gmail, though you lack control over the number you’ll appear to be calling from.
You can also place calls in Gmail to numbers outside the United States and Canada, but those calls will cost you.

Thanks you Yahoo news.

December 21, 2010

>Google TV Gets Android, iPhone Remote Control AppGoogle TV Gets Android, iPhone Remote Control App

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Google said it is rolling out upgrades for its Android-based Google TV service. The Netflix app got smarter and Google launched a Remote App for Android and iPhone handsets.