An unusual set of circumstances had me making some additions to my technology surroundings the last couple of days. My OS X computing serenity was disturbed by the need of running a Windows version of an app (looking at you Powerpoint Mac and your inability to embed fonts) caused me to run Windows 10 in bootcamp. To compound that horror, today I went out and bought an Android phone.
The most active city is not New York, Tokyo or London, but a surprising Jakarta, Indonesia. India is amongst the top 10 countries using Twitter (No 6) Original Article: Victor Lipman Via Forbes.com
Copy and paste added to iPhone 3.0
Ok so a lot of wishlists have been floating around for the iPhone firmware update - this one is mine Copy and Paste - I want copy and paste on my iPhone globally. Which would mean that I can copy from Safari, and paste into email, or into and SMS. I hope this basic ability… Continue reading Wishlist for iPhone 3.0
Endgadget announced today that (well they are invited)Apple is holding an invite only event on the 17th of March where the intention is to show a preview of the 3.0 firmware and it's capabilities. Meanwhile still hoping for a point release in the 2.x firmware to enable copy and paste... I know, I know, but… Continue reading iPhone OS 3.0 is coming
So about a month ago, I did it. I took the leap and bought an iPhone, - in the process selling my Nokia E71, my Nokia E61, and my imate Windows Mobile.¬†Didn't¬†end up putting in too much money out of pocket, plus took advantage of Vodafone offer of Rs. 500 off my phone bill for… Continue reading One month with the iPhone
So.. it has finally happened. An application known as yellowsn0w has made it possible to unlock the iPhone 3G and use it with any network of your choosing. Unlocking requires Jailbreaking your iPhone and then using the Cydia application installer to install yellowsn0w. Post installation it is a matter of removing the sim card and… Continue reading Unlock your iPhone 3G
The DoT has delayed the auction of the 3G spectrum by 14 days to January 30th. The nominal reason given is to give the potential bidders time to bone up on all steps of the auction. Concerns - My one concern is that the winning bidders (I;m looking at Airtel and Vodafone here) despite having… Continue reading 3G auction delayed
So the deal was¬† closed yesterday as most people would know - unless you crawled under a rock - NTT DoCoMo has bought into a 26% stake in Tata Teleservices (The Indicom people). Rs 13,070 crore investment. So what do I read in it - Recession - it is a subjective term, this is a… Continue reading NTT DoCoMo & Tata Teleservices – See what the promise of 3G brings
I was in Reliance Digital today, and saw an updated price for the iPhone. Vodafone iPhone were being sold at approx 2 thousand rupees cheaper than the Airtel ones.. Strange, considering Apple has a policy of no variable pricing in a single market..