As the operators prepare for the looming 1000x data challenge, small cells and utilizing all spectrum resources are in the front and center. Can you imagine the boost they will get if their small cells can aggregate the bandwidth-rich unlicensed spectrum with the quality and seamless mobility of licensed spectrum? But, does it work? What is needed? How difficult it is to realize? What effect it will have on the other unlicensed technologies (e.g. Wi-Fi)?
Redhat Linux and similar distributions provides the ability to reconfigure your system's settings by using "sys-unconfig" command. Executing sys-unconfig command on Linux box rollbacks the Linux configurations to default settings and halt your system.
In my previous article "Run Ubuntu Linux Inside Windows - Part I", I provided the instructions to create a Virtual Machine for Ubuntu Installation on Windows. This article demonstrates the Installation of Ubuntu OS.
Have you ever thought of installing Linux on Windows? Yes, it is possible and easy. In fact, it is possible to install almost any OS inside Windows. Thanks to virtualization. The focus of this article and my next article is to explain the detailed procedure to install Ubuntu OS inside Windows. It is assumed that you are running Windows XP or Higher and you have VMWare Workstation installed.
Last Month Motorola made its LTE capable DROID RAZR HD available at Verizon Wireless. With a slim design and 4.7-inch HD display, the Android 4.0-powered Motorola RAZR HD is designed for watching up to 10 hours of movies and TV shows or 6 hours of surfing the Web. The smartphone is upgradeable to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean by end of 2012.
Nokia has introduced Nokia Lumia 920 in France and the UK this week and plans to make it available in Russia, Germany and further select markets throughout the rest of November. The Nokia Lumia 920 includes the latest Nokia PureView camera and features built-in wireless charging as well as a better-than-HD display.
Apple has unveiled new iPad mini that features the same number of pixels as the original iPad with support of additional LTE bands for markets across the world. All the apps that are designed specifically for iPad will also work on iPad mini. iPad mini comes in a new aluminum and glass design and features dual-band 802.11n Wi-Fi support for speeds up to 150 Mbps, which is twice the Wi-Fi performance compared to previous iPad models.
Last week, Sprint introduced Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE for $99.99 with a new line or eligible upgrade and two-year service agreement. Galaxy Victory features Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich, a 1.2GHz dual-core processor and 4-inch touchscreen display.
Additional features on Galaxy Victory include:
This week, Apple announced much awaited iPhone 5 that supports LTE technology. The thinnest and lightest iPhone ever is completely redesigned and has stunning new 4-inch Retina display, an Apple-designed A6 chip for fast performance and mobile operating system iOS 6 with over 200 new features.