Posts Tagged ‘mobile’
Question by Eric Jones: What is the best mobile wifi hotspot available right now?
I am taking on the nightshift at my job. I work at a call center for a telecommunication company. I will have a lot of down time and I want to get a mobile hotspot so I can get my laptop and Kindle online in the building. What wifi hotspot product is the best and cheapest?
Answer by WaterFall
I think you should have iphone
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-Privacy concerns are present but the software can be personalized such that it is secure and private info. does not get leaked on the cloud. -Apps are generally launched in Android and Windows 8. -All the information is recorded and stored on the cloud. -Quality apps are not present in India because there are no facilities to go close to the competitive market space. Speaker’s Profile: Indus Khaitan, Indus is a co-founder of BitzerMobile, an enterprise mobility startup, aiming to bring mobility beyond e-mail. Previously he was part of the seed accelerator The Morpheus where he raised it’s first fund and invested in 20+ startups in 2 years. He has a BE in Computer Science from Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra. Deepak Ravindran Deepak Ravindran is the founder and CEO of Innoz, which he started in his college dorm room in 2008 with 3 other college mates. Innoz,has been a RED HERRING 100 rater.Deepak dropped out of College with the aim of giving Internet to the offline world. Its now the largest offline mobile search engine with more than 15 million users. Deepak was named one of the MIT Technology Review outstanding innovators under 35, for the year 2011.He is also an INK Fellow & TED Speaker for 2011. Narayan Babu As the founding CEO at Dexetra, Deepak works with a bunch of super geeks to build a very niche mobile suite called Friday. He loves creating stuff, learning languages, reading manuals & wikipedia. Apart from technology, he loves music, art and real tasty food …
Are you thinking about building a mobile application and wondering whether you should go with HTML5 or build a native version? HTML5 for mobile application development holds the promise of true cross–platform code — write once and run on all mobile devices. This seems pretty attractive to most decision makers, as it promises to offer faster time to market along with lower lifetime cost for maintenance and support. On the other hand, you may be concerned whether HTML5 version will indeed deliver the quality and performance of user experience that is so critical for your application’s market success. For these considerations, building native version might seem more appropriate. So what should you really do? This webinar will help you sort thru this dilemma. Specifically, in this webinar we will cover following key topics. • Alternative approaches for developing mobile applications – Native, HTML5, and Hybrid • Pros and cons of each approach • When to go for HTML5 or Hybrid approach and when not to • Recommended tools for HTML5 and Hybrid development Presenter: • Rohit Ghatol is Director of Engineering at Synerzip. He is always exploring bleeding edge technologies and constantly evaluating where they are heading. • Talking on technical forums about various technologies is a passion for him. Rohit also heads TechNext (meetup.com and Pune GDG (meetup.com These have been running successfully for over a year and half. • Last year he co-authored the book “Beginning PhoneGap …
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Worldwide adoption of smart phones is growing rapidly and along with that growing even more rapidly is the proliferation of operating systems available on these smart phones. These mobile operating systems – including Android, BlackBerry, iOS, Symbian, webOS, and Windows Phone 7 – are evolving feverishly. In any given quarter you can have any one of them start appearing to gain ground on the others. This flux in mobile OS platforms is a real challenge for mobile application developers. Developers need to make decisions on how to develop software to minimize the need to re-write separate code for each of these platforms and then to have to maintain and evolve each of these code bases separately. With six major mobile platforms to cater to and increasing pressure to launch early to market, mobile application developers must adopt Cross Platform Mobile Application techniques. By adopting these techniques they can effectively reduce time-to-market, efficiently use their development resources, and reduce their delivery risks. In this session, Rohit Ghatol, mobile software architect, will introduce the topic of Cross Platform Mobile App Development. Specifically, he will discuss the following. • Pros and cons of different strategies for developing mobile applications. • Leading choices for cross platform mobile application development. While there are many frameworks for cross platform application development, we will discuss two leading frameworks namely PhoneGap and Titanium …
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Welcome to Technovision Engineers Private Limited (Fwww.technovisionengineers.net ). Established in the year 2004, we are an ISO 9001:2000 Certified Company engaged in the manufacture of bulk material handling systems and equipment. We also offer vertical integration from design to commissioning of material handling products and assembly line equipment. Banking on our strong infrastructure and experienced workforce we offer our clients a wide range of Mobile Trolleys, Industrial Pallets, FIFO Racks, Pipe Joints, Industrial Conveyors, Assembly Tables, Hydraulic Lifts / Flight Elevator and Mezzanine Floors. Our products are subjected to stringent quality tests and are in compliance with high quality standards. We also conduct 100% performance tests during installation at the client’s premises. Some of our key advantages are Experienced workforce, Customization, Innovative and competent R&D team, Competitive pricing, Excellent after sales services.
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Question by : How did mobile phones begin using carrier companies for marketing?
I’ve looked all over the net for some answers but I still can’t get an idea of this relationship. When did it start? How much exactly did carrier companies benefit from this? How much did mobile phone companies benefit? Vodafon once sold 50 000 preordered iPhones on the first day of sales. That’s gotta be some kind of gold mine for them.
Answer by Dawns
A lot of people have been struggling with websites since the Google Panda Update, one website however did really well they made $ 2 billion off of it. Guess who it was?
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Question by Sanjay Guru: Please help me in getting job in any customer care of mobile phone company?
hi my name is sanjay i am 12th passed and i also have 6 month experience in working in bpo as telecaller i need job in dlehi in any customer care of any mobile phone company can anybody plz help me my contact no. is +919310893100?
Answer by markmayhem1977
Apply here,they’re always hiring and plenty of locations….
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i saw this happening right after the iron maiden concert at the palace grounds in bangalore? i shot it on my cellphone camera? Can you recognise the couple in this video? Is there a ghost in the car? Can a car give birth to people? What were they doing there? Did they make out in the parking lot? Did the cops catch them? Whose car this? What Car this?
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Nokia (NYSE:NOK) announced that it will jointly create phones with Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) where Nokia will use Microsoft’s mobile Windows operating system as its primary software platform. The moves comes as both companies look to challenge the dominance of Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) and Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) in the smartphone marketplace. Nokia reported that it expects 2011 and 2012 to be “transition years” as the company invests the time and resource to build out its ecosystem with Microsoft. The company then stated it expects its device and service business to grow faster than the market and yield operating margins of at least 10%. Shares of Nokia fell sharply on the announcement, by as much as 12%, as traders view the announcement as a quasi-admission that its existing Symbian platform has been a failure and the belief that the company may have fallen too far behind both Apple and Google in the smartphone market. The announcement comes just days after news reports revealed an internal Nokia memo written by CEO Stephen Elop who analogized the company’s position in the smartphone market to a burning platform and that the company has continued to pour more fuel on the fire. With respect to today’s announcement of a deal with Microsoft, Elop said, “‘Today, developers, operators and consumers want compelling mobile products, which include not only the device, but the software, services, applications and customer support that make a great experience. ‘Nokia and Microsoft will …
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