New Nokia N10

Concept Phone: Nokia N10 – Triple Boot – WP Mango, MeeGo n Android – 1.2Ghz Dual Core, 8MP Cam, 1GB RAM

For those who can’t decide what phone OS they want or want to have them all but don’t want to have all phones, this features triple booting of Android, MeeGo and Windows Phone. Its a concept phone by Mohammed Shihuzaan and its specs are some what which can be acceptable in terms of real world. Would love to see this Smartest Phone with Triple Boot and such great hardware specs.
Nokia N10 Features and Specs:
White-Anodized aluminum casing
Triple booting OSs – Meego Harmattan as default OS.Other supported OSs are Android,WP7.5. Except WP and Meego, the remain one can be removed and added. Hackers can add any OS.

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Forget Slates: Sony’s Android Tablets Come in Funky Shapes

Sony is betting you’ll buy one of its upcoming tablets for one big reason: They look like nothing you’ve seen before.

Codenamed the “S1″ and “S2″ for now, Sony’s two unreleased Android tablets depart from the usual square, flat slabs we’ve seen so far in 2011. Instead, the S2 design comes as a dual-screen, clamshell device, while the S1 is similar to many current tablets with one significant deviation — its funky, wedge-shaped form factor, which tapers from one end to the other.

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Review: Nokia E6

Smile  Touch and keypad combo; Excellent build quality; Outstanding battery life; Free sat nav; XviD \ DivX support; 720p video recording

Sad smile Fixed focus camera; Lacklustre Ovi Store

Nokia E6
MRP: Rs 18,679
Street Price: Rs. 17,500 (Source 1; Source 2)

The Nokia E71 was a huge success. It had takers not only from the corporate environment, but it was lapped up by college goers as well. This can be credited to its sleek design and an elegant use of metal. The Finnish company showed BlackBerry that business phones don’t have to be ugly. Later, the E72 followed its path with a few upgrades, and so did the E5. Now, almost a year after having released the E5, Nokia follows it up with the E6.
Times have changed with the arrival of iPhones and Androids, the harsh reality of which is well reflected in Nokia’s financial report. It knows that another E71 variant won’t cut it anymore. Therefore, the company has spiced up the E6 with a fresh approach towards UI and lot of goodies that you don’t expect on a business phone. It is one of the first phones to run the much anticipated Symbian Anna out of the box, which features many of the promised improvements.
Design, Build Quality And Display
The retail package contains the handset, a charger, earphones, a USB data cable, and a nice Nokia branded pouch. The headset is sleek, as expected from an Eseries. Although the bundle is pretty balanced, a TV out cable and a USB adaptor (for USB On-The-Go) would have been a good addition.

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MTS Rolls out Seamless HSD Connectivity On Major National Highways Across India


Sistema Shyam TeleServices that nationally provides telecom services under the brand MTS with over 12 million wireless subscribers today announced the launch of seamless HSD connectivity across the 265 KM long Delhi – Jaipur stretch of National Highway 08. NH 08 is one of the busiest highways in the country. The roll-out is part of a larger blueprint wherein, the Company plans to provide seamless HSD connectivity on some of the busiest National Highways across the country.

With the roll out of HSD services on the Delhi – Jaipur stretch of NH-08, MTS customers will be able to enjoy seamless HSD connectivity on their laptops and can enjoy Live TV and On demand Video channels on the go. The launch is also significant as it makes MTS, the first telcom operator in the country to provide HSD connectivity on NH8 connecting the national capital with the pink city.

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Google+ Button In New Android Devices?

           
Social networking is an integral part of a most people’s lives today, irrespective of their profession. This is mainly due to the fact that social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ (which is still in its initial stages) keep users connected with their friends and family. Recently, HTC showed off its ChaCha and Salsa at MWC 2011, which took social network integration to a whole new level. The two handsets came with a dedicated Facebook button at the bottom of the phone, allowing users easy one-touch access to the social networking website.
Now, rumors suggest that the next Nexus device could feature a similar button, only this time it will be for Google+ instead. Seems interesting? Well, there is no confirmation regarding this, so it’s better to take the news with a pinch of salt. The info comes from the Facebook page of an individual named Google Plus, who states that he got the information from an “official” Google employee. This button apparently lets users share app info or data with their Google+ contacts at the press of a button. He further claims that the next Google branded handset will be manufactured by HTC. This contradicts earlier reports which suggested that Samsung will be making the next Nexus device, dubbed the Nexus Prime

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Indian App Helps Move From Facebook To Google+

                        

Simplifies moving from Facebook to the new social networking sensation.

Google+ is the talk of the town and even though it is still in a limited trial run, people seem to be scurrying to get in. To help such people, an Indian developer has launched an app that eases the process of moving from rival Facebook to Google+. The app in question is called Move2Picasa, developed by Pune-based web developer Aman Kumar Jain.

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Samsung’s Solar Powered Netbook Goes On Pre-Order


Currently available on Amazon.com.

Greenpeace activists can now happily tweet about the environment without hurting it at the same time. This has become possible thanks to the Samsung NC215 netbook.
The NC215 sports a solar panel on its lid that can charge the netbook’s 6-cell battery. Of course, you can go outdoors and use it solely on solar power to “save the environment”. For the sake of energy efficiency, the netbook will only be available in black. It offers decent specs including a dual-core Atom N570 CPU, 1 GB RAM, 250 GB HDD, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth 3.0. The software department will be taken care of by Windows 7 Starter Edition.

Those interested can book this $399 (approx Rs 20,000) netbook on Amazon.com or wait till it is available in India

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