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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Give me a billing meter for my roaming data charges

Give me a billing meter for my roaming data charges

During my recent trip to Sydney, Australia, I racked up a monthly mobile phone bill of US$5,300 (S$7,300), my highest phone bill so far. I checked the detailed bill from my mobile operator and I saw several roaming data charges like this:47200 Kbytes - GPRS/3G Data - US$758.

published May 26, 2008 by

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Building the perfect Windows Mobile business application

Building the perfect Windows Mobile business application

If you're developing a Windows Mobile application for business, you need to consider the following:-- Can your mobile application work offline, while disconnected from the network? Your application should be able to access a local database for storing data while working offline.

published April 30, 2008 by

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Tracking calories burnt with your mobile phone

Tracking calories burnt with your mobile phone

Newer Nokia phones like Nokia N82 and N95, have a built-in accelerometer and are capable of tracking your physical movements.If you have one of these phones, you can download and install the Nokia Activity Monitor to measure your energy expenditure while you're walking or jogging/running.

published March 20, 2008 by

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Mobile office in the sky: On board the Airbus A380

Mobile office in the sky: On board the Airbus A380

I have just experienced the future of Business Class on board the newest, largest passenger jet: Singapore Airlines Airbus A380. I bought the ticket and paid standard Business Class fare myself; here's how I really feel about the new Business Class:Plenty of space: The seat was incredibly spacious, wide enough to fit two people.

published February 7, 2008 by

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A great new year for enterprise mobility

A great new year for enterprise mobility

Here's what we can expect in the coming 12 months to help us work faster and easier while on the move:Large and cheap Solid-State Drives (SSD): Because they have no mechanical moving parts, SSDs will let our notebooks run longer before draining the battery, compared to ordinary hard disks. They are also less prone to failure if you drop them.

published January 18, 2008 by

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