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Sony’s Launches 10.1" Xperia Tablet Z and Reveals Specifications

By agaur on March 1, 2013
Xperia Tablet Z

Sony has announced the launch of the Xperia Tablet Z, a 10.1” Android tablet at Mobile World Congress 2013. Sony clams it to be the world’s thinnest tablet. Xperia Tablet Z is features the same OmniBalance design as the Xperia Z smartphone, has thickness of 6.9 mm and weighs 495 grams. The tablet runs on the Qualcomm® Snapdragon S4 Pro asynchronous quad core processor.

Technology for Technicians: 2013 Trends

By guest on February 20, 2013
Rugged Tablet

It is a great time to be a technician using technology. Work done in the field is getting easier, more efficient and more accurate as the tools we use get smaller, faster and more precise. And we can perform new functions in ways we might not have imagined five years ago. Asset tracking, inventory and cloud computing are three of the strongest application trends in 2013.

Green energy efficient power solutions needed to reach the Next Billion mobile phone users – will ‘save the planet’ as well

By guest on February 20, 2013
eSite Solar

Telecom and tech companies could, and will, make billions by serving the ‘Next Billion’ customers in the developing world. However, new strategies are needed to reach this attractive market in an economically viable way. To begin with, mobile operators must adopt green cost-saving power solutions for their networks. All indications show that they are in fact doing this right now, with major implications for the industry and the environment.

HTC Introduces a New Smartphone HTC One

By agaur on February 19, 2013

HTC has announced the launch of a new smartphone, the new HTC One. With a zero-gap aluminium unibody, the new HTC One introduces HTC BlinkFeed, HTC Zoe and HTC BoomSound, key new HTC Sense features. With 4.7”, Full HD (1080p) screen, the new HTC One features the latest Android Jelly Bean operating system and LTE technology to offer fast browsing.

TimeBoll: Leave Your Messages in Future

By agaur on February 16, 2013

Often we want to leave the messages in future; there are many reasons for that. It could be just leaving a birthday wish or anniversary wish in advance or something for future generations. Another use case might leaving a message for yourself. So how do we that go traditional way by putting something in a Time Capsule box  and hide somewhere or just put it with someone else. 

BlackBerry 10: BlackBerry Re-invented and Re-designed

By agaur on January 31, 2013
BlackBerry 10

BlackBerry has launched its much awaited BlackBerry 10, the re-designed, re-engineered, and re-invented BlackBerry platform. BlackBerry, which changed its name from Research In Motion to its iconic brand name BlackBerry, is launching this platform via two new LTE-enabled smartphones, the BlackBerry Z10 (all-touch) and BlackBerry Q10 (touch with physical keyboard) smartphones.

Apple Releases iOS 6.1 with LTE Support for 36 Additional iPhone Carriers

By agaur on January 28, 2013
iPhone 5 iPad iOS6

Apple has announced iOS 6.1, adding LTE capabilities to 36 additional iPhone carriers and 23 additional iPad carriers worldwide. OS 6.1 is available as a free software update today. iOS 6.1 is compatible with iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad (third and fourth generation), iPad mini, iPad 2 and iPod touch (fourth and fifth generation). Some features may not be available on all products.

CES 2013: SAMSUNG Unveils 4G LTE-Enabled SAMSUNG Galaxy Note 10.1 with Verizon Wireless

By agaur on January 7, 2013
SAMSUNG Galaxy Note 10.1

From the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Samsung Mobile has announced that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 will be available on the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE Mobile Broadband network in the coming weeks. 

Network Sharing: Support of Multi-Operator Core Network by GERAN (MOCN-GERAN)

By agaur on December 22, 2012
Network Sharing - MOCN GERAN

With a number of spectrum reframing (e.g. 900 MHz spectrum re-farming) being done to free up band for LTE technology use, operators may have to reduce their GSM capacity and may share their GSM networks. As re-farming significantly reduces the set of frequencies allocated to GSM, 3GPP decided to look in to the RAN sharing method and along with supporting companies found that MOCN (Multiple-Operator Core Network) is optimal RAN Sharing method.


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