Friday, August 16, 2013

The next big thing with a new concept......LG G2

The LG G2 is the first Smartphone handset to come without side buttons, with a control pad on the back of the handset. It sounds like an interesting innovation - but will it work?
T3 say the new design isn't quite perfect yet but were impressed by many of the features on the device, which LG hope will reverse its fortunes in the Smartphone marketplace.

The concept of putting buttons on the back came from research which revealed that the larger Smartphone’s became, the harder it was for users to access side keys, LG said.

“Moving the main buttons to the back of the phone gave users more control since this place was where individuals’ index fingers are naturally located,” LG said in a statement.
“Researchers found that moving the buttons also resulted in fewer dropped phones when adjusting the volume while talking.”

The buttons on the back allow users to launch the camera and a note-taking application. The power button is also located on the back of the device, but if the phone is lying on a table users can switch it on by tapping on the screen twice.
The LG G2 will sport a 5.2-inch phablet-sized screen, along with a speedy quad-core processor and uniquely positioned rear buttons. Verizon Wireless has announced it will not only carry the LG G2, but its variant will have a unique exclusive -- built-in wireless charging.
The Verizon LG G2 will officially feature wireless-charging, but LG and Verizon did not comment on how the wireless charging would work -- on whether it would be a Qi-compatible device or utilize a specific accessory from LG.
Built-in wireless charging was also featured in the Nexus 4, the Smartphone running a stock version of the Android OS manufactured by LG for Google. The LG G2 pictured on the Verizon Wireless website also features a metallic-looking Rear Key. The LG G2’s Rear Key is a uniquely positioned power button that emits a white LED glow when pressed, sandwiched between two volume keys.

Well, best of luck LG.....

Thursday, July 25, 2013

Content Management System -- A revolution in technology....

CMS is software which is used to publish, modify and edit the content as well as modifying Content.
The emerge of CMS is from 1990`s. CMS is used to run websites with Blogs, Shopping Adds, News and much more.
The main function of CMS is to present information on websites. Functions vary from system to system. Simple System showcases a handful of functions and while on other systems it offer complex and powerful functions. CMS includes:

Web Based Publishing
Format management
Version Control
Search and Retrieval
Version Number increment

TYPES of Content Management Systems (CMS)

1. Web CMS: A web content management system (web CMS) is a bundled or stand-alone application to create, manage, store and deploy content on Web pages. Web content includes text and embedded graphics, photos, video, audio, and code (e.g., for applications) that displays content or interacts with the user. A web CMS may catalog and index content, select or assemble content at runtime, or deliver content to specific visitors in a requested way, such as other languages. Web CMSs usually allow client control over HTML-based content, files, documents, and web hosting plans based on the system depth and the niche it serves.
2. Component CMS: A component content management (CCMS) specializes in the creation of documents from component parts.
3. Enterprise CMS: n enterprise content management system (ECM) organizes documents, contacts and records related to the processes of a commercial organization. It structures the enterprise's information content and file formats, manages locations, streamlines access by eliminating bottlenecks and optimizes security and integrity.

Benefits of CMS

Self Control:
You know your business better than any designer or developer and if you are getting chance to explain your business or edit your content yourself then it would be like getting golden egg. CMS gives you facility to manage your content yourself without paying a single penny to developer.
Daily Update:
If you want to stay in the market then you have to fresh content or your content should be changed on a regular basis. If you don`t have time to write fresh content daily then there is no big deal some CMS provides you facility like Joomla and Wordpress to schedule your content so that you can write 10s article and schedule it for next 10 days so your content will be fresh daily and this will really generate traffic.
No page limit:
If you have your CMS rather than Static Website then you can create UNLIMITED number of page there is no such kind of limit.
Better client interaction:
Whether you're a retailer with an on-line catalog, a small business owner looking to grow, a writer looking for exposure, or any business or organization seeking to maximize chances for success, a CMS opens up new ways to communicate with your audience. Especially as e-mail systems become more and more clogged with useless junk mail, your customer can rely your content and get their useful information directly.
Restricted Visibility:
You can create restricted content so only authorized user can view your pages. There is complete user manager in various CMS so you can choose which page you want to public and which one not.
There are different kinds of storage mechanism for different CMS some uses Flat file system some uses Database system. Database system can be easily restricting access to your content so your content is secure form standard website attacks. Even your file may be hacked but your database will be safe and in term of CMS you get very tight security for editing any file.
Content management systems can also incorporate a work flow engine and facilitate the collaborative efforts of your staff in creating, editing, and approving content before it gets published.
Link Layout Change:
You can change CMS website layout yourself. You can change module position, enable/disable them its very user friendly so need to worry about single line of HTML code.

It is actually quite important these days to setup the website using a CMS so that it can be updated frequently and thus offer users the updates in a user friendly way. Well WebAcer Software is one such firm that offers these services at the most reasonable prices. Well I have been content with their services, already using them for multiple websites. You can also reach them on or just send an email on

Monday, May 20, 2013

"Jolla" Smartphone.....Sailfish OS

A group of ex-Nokia employees who quit over the company's decision to abandon the planned MeeGo operating system in favour of Windows launched their own smartphone on Monday, hoping it will be a strong rival for other big names in the market.

Well, named The Jolla, it is a smartphone which is entirely intuitive and has no buttons. The model has a 4.5-inch touch screen and features two different-coloured halves that together make up the phone. It runs its own operating system called Sailfish OS, a successor to MeeGo and which is compatible with some Android applications. 

The company is offering Sailfish products to retailer and operator partners for the medium-price range. 

According to Marc Dillon, head of Sailfish development, existing operating systems "do not really support a great deal of flexibility. One (iOS) is completely closed and one (Android) pushes its own services pretty heavily." "I see that Sailfish will be used on lots of different devices from other manufacturers as well. We have a constant stream of interest," he told AFP. 

Dillon said he would be "very happy with one million sold devices in one year." 

Jolla hopes to take on markets in China, Europe and North Africa, but not the United States. 

Smartphone operating systems are dominated by Google's Android and Apple's iOS. Jolla's Sailfish, like Microsoft's Windows and Mozilla's Firefox, are trying to break their dominance on the market. 

Jolla has already signed two distribution deals, with the largest smartphone retailer in China, D Phone, and the Finnish operator DNA. The Sailfish OS will also run on tablets. 

Jolla, which counts four former Nokia engineers and directors among its five founders, was started in 2011 and now has some 70 employees. Let's see if this can pose a threat to the major names in the smartphones market.

Thursday, April 11, 2013

The Giants are out.........And these are looking just awesome...:)

Samsung as shaken up the whole Mobile Phone market with the launch of the Amazing Galaxy Mega 6.3 and Galaxy Mega 5.8. Both running on Android 4.2 [Jelly Bean].

Galaxy Mega 6.3, ofcourse features a 6.3-inch TFT HD display and is powered by a 1.7 GHz dual-core processor. This device has 1.5GB RAM and comes in 8 and 16GB memory options, with microSD card support up to 64GB. This phone can connect to the internet over 2G, 3G, 4G and Wi-Fi networks and transfer data via Bluetooth 4.0, microUSB 2.0 and NFC. The manufacturer has strapped an 8MP camera with LED flash on the back of the device, whereas a 1.9MP shooter on the front.

The smaller device in the line-up, Galaxy Mega 5.8, features a 5.8-inch TFT touchscreen and runs on a 1.4GHz dual-core CPU, coupled with 1.5GB RAM. This phone is available with only 8GB internal storage and supports microSD cards with capacities up to 64GB. Connectivity features in the device include 2G, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 and microUSB 2.0. On the back of this smartphone is an 8MP shooter with LED flash, while a 1.9MP unit is used on the front panel.

Samsung hasn't revealed the pricing yet but they'll be out soon.............

Sunday, March 3, 2013

BlackBerry Z10 in India...

BlackBerry has finally formally introduced the new BlackBerry Z10 smartphone stacked with BlackBerry 10 operating system in India today. The Z10 was launched with pomp and show and an amazing demonstration of the new BlackBerry Z10 mobile operating system shown on the stage in Mumbai, India. The price set for the BlackBerry Z10 is Rs 43,490 in India and the BlackBerry Q10 is also expected to be available in April this year.

As per BlackBerry the new BlackBerry 10 mobile operating system has been developed from scratch using the super elements of the BlackBerry OS and real-time Linux kernel based QNX operating system. The new user interface focuses quite heavily on gestures and on making the best of the available resources to make it an amazing user experience. So basically, BlackBerry has included each and everything required to make this phone a really really smart phone.........Hopefully this would be a stiff competition for Samsung and probably Apple as well.

Monday, January 28, 2013

The magnificent BlackBerry Z10 out on January 30th

The new year has come with lot of amazing things in terms of technology and this time its the Canadian mobile phone maker Research In Motion [RIM] which just threw out information of the release of a new software update for its BlackBerry Dev Alpha devices, and should make it available for download starting with January 30. 

According to a recent info from, the new software update will arrive on devices with BlackBerry Hub, Phone and BlackBerry Maps. And not just that, the long rumored BlackBerry Z10 smartphone would be hitting the shelves at TELUS and Bell on the same day, that is January 30th. It will be available in both Black and White coats. That's just awesome, isn't it.

Well, there is not much information of what features and hardware the smart phones packs but the details should be pretty much out in another day or two. But it seems like it would be hotter than the competitor Apple's iPhone. There are quite a lot of hints of that with the way BlackBerry is looking forward to the release. Check out the first look of the phones below: 

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Gorilla Glass 3 - toughness test...........

For all those who thought Gorilla Glass 2 was the toughest one in the market, well Corning just proved all of them wrong. It came out with its Gorilla Glass 3 last week which surpasses the 2nd version of it in all the tests by a good number of points. That's right, the smart phones are just going to be a lot more stronger in the near future. 

That means you can handle your costly and precious phones just about as roughly as you handle your pen or any other thing as it is not going to have any effect on it if it has one of these on it. I'm sure you all are looking forward to get my hands on it and feel the power of Gorilla.

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Xperia Z and Xperia ZL unveiled

Sony finally comes out with its new monsters Xperia Z and Xperia ZL. Yes, the much awaited 5" Xperia series phones are out in the market for the users. Lets check what these have to offer:

Xperia Z:

The Xperia Z includes the latest Snapdragon S4 Pro with a quad-core 1.5GHz Krait processor, Adreno 320 graphics and 2GB of RAM. It flaunts a 5" LED-backlit 1080p display with Mobile Bravia 2 Engine which is amazingly smooth and touch sensitive. The 13MP Exmor RS camera sensor clicks extremely clear images and is capable of 1080p video recording with HDR option.

Well it is quite touch and is dust and water resistant. It has a non-removable 2,330 mAh battery which makes it run for hours on a single charge.
In terms of connectivity, it has pretty much everything - LTE, HSPA+, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, NFC and FM radio. And you can also use a microSD card to increase the storage.
The phone obviously runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and uses latest version of Sony's proprietary launcher. It will hit the shelves this March, but unfortunately the pricing is yet to be announced but with all this that wouldn't really matter much.

Xperia ZL:

The Xperia ZL is a quite similar to the Xperia Z except for the slightly different design. The Xperia ZL has the front camera placed at the bottom right corner of the front panel, has a tad smaller footprint (but thicker profile) and is slightly lighter than the Xperia Z.

Yes, the rest of the hardware is exactly the same so no change there.

Lets hope March comes sooner and we can get our hands on these magnficent pieces of technology.