Lee Lup Yuen

Lee Lup Yuen is passionate about mobile phones and PDAs, as he is constantly buying new gadgets and programming them in J2ME, .NET, Symbian and AppForge. <br>He has developed commercial applications with mobile technologies like SMS, MMS, WAP, 3G video streaming and location-based services.

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Edit, share docs on-the-go with Google Docs

Edit, share docs on-the-go with Google Docs

Google Docs offers free, feature-rich Web-based tools for editing and sharing spreadsheets and text documents. Using a Web browser on your notebook or netbook, you may sign in to Google Docs to create a spreadsheet or text document.

published January 31, 2009 by

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Thanks for a great 2008

Thanks for a great 2008

2008 was a great year for enterprise mobility, with plenty of new technologies and gadgets to keep us mobile workers happier than ever. This year I'm particularly thankful for:-- Apple iPhone 3G for giving us the best mobile Web browsing experience possible on 3.

published December 31, 2009 by

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Stream your own live video to your mobile phone

Stream your own live video to your mobile phone

HAVA is a networked appliance that can encode a video source in real-time and stream it to your mobile phone. For example, you can connect a surveillance camera to the HAVA box and you will be able to watch the surveillance video on your mobile phone, via the HAVA mobile client software.

published November 19, 2008 by

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Free GPS tracking for iPhone, Android

Free GPS tracking for iPhone, Android

If you need to track the whereabouts of your co-workers, or to give them your precise location, try using the free GPS tracking service by InstaMapper. (You still need to pay for mobile data charges though.

published November 10, 2008 by

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Why multi-SIM mobile services are useful

Why multi-SIM mobile services are useful

Some mobile operators offer a multi-SIM service that effectively "clones" your SIM card, allowing you to use multiple phones and PDAs with multiple SIM cards that are linked to a single mobile subscription.You may make multiple phonecalls and mobile data connections simultaneously.

published November 5, 2008 by

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Building a Google Android application

Building a Google Android application

The new Google Android HTC G1 smartphone promises to cover the middle-ground, between the Apple iPhone and Windows Mobile smartphones.iPhones are easy to use with their large touchscreens but as I mentioned in my earlier blog posts, some common messaging features are missing and building enterprise applications can be tedious.

published October 29, 2008 by

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Turn your mobile phone into a Wi-Fi hotspot

Turn your mobile phone into a Wi-Fi hotspot

If you're using a newer Nokia phone like Nokia N95 and N82, you can install the JoikuSpot software to turn your Nokia phone into a Wi-Fi hotspot. This means that you will be able to connect notebooks, PDAs and other Wi-Fi devices to your phone and enable them to access the Internet via the phone's 3G/GPRS mobile data function.

published October 7, 2008 by

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iPhone 3G is pretty but anti-social

iPhone 3G is pretty but anti-social

I recently bought the Apple iPhone 3G from my local mobile operator, used it for a week and found the iPhone 3G strangely "anti-social" for a modern 3G mobile phone:It can't forward SMS messages.It can't send SMS messages to a predefined group of recipients (contact group).

published September 17, 2008 by

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Shop online at Dell for notebook options

Shop online at Dell for notebook options

I recently ordered two Dell Studio notebooks online and I was pleasantly surprised by the wide variety of options offered.Here are some selections for those who are interested:Choose your CPU, RAM, hard disk: You can tweak the options and get instant feedback on the total price of your notebook.

published August 31, 2008 by

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Practical tips for migrating to Vista notebook

Practical tips for migrating to Vista notebook

I recently migrated to a new Windows Vista notebook and I'm still having problems working on it. So allow me to share my Vista migration tips, and hopefully you won't experience the same problems:Choose Vista Business, Ultimate or Enterprise: These editions of Vista have a built-in backup feature, which should be very useful for backing up your work to an external hard disk.

published July 30, 2008 by

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