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Rotary Ring - Retro Vintage Dialer

Check out our latest free game app, "Coin Dozer Adventures"!Why do you need Rotary Dial Telephones?In this age of cellular technology...

November 30, 2014 by Hoi Yan Mak

Samsung, Apple top tech list in Fortune Global 500

Mixed results in the Fortune 500's technology sector, as mobile is up year-over-year, cellular is about flat, but the biggest losses in the PC market, as desktops and laptops are taking a backseat for smartphones.

July 8, 2013

Where did you get your earthquake news?

Earthquake h its Virginia and was felt all along the East Coast. With cellular networks jammed with phone calls and SMSes, how are you using technology to contact friends and family or find out what happened?

August 23, 2011 by

Will 4G make our networks irrelevant?

Already in many emerging markets, cellular phones are far more prevalent than computers, driving many in educational technology to consider non-traditional computing deployments that leverage cellular technology instead of optical, cable, DSL or other data circuits. Even in more mature markets, one has to wonder what role smartphones can play in keeping kids connected to data sources, documents, and communications media.

August 15, 2009 by

A protein version of a Vermeer masterwork

Canadian scientists have recreated a famous painting from Vermeer on the microscale by using a new protein patterning technique. In fact, they've used a new laser method to draw protein pictures. And to illustrate the precision of their protein patterning technique, the research team reproduced 'Girl with a Pearl Earring,' a masterwork of Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer. But the real goal of this work is to replicate the brain's complex cellular environment. The research team said their new laser method is 'a major discovery, since the new laser technology can encourage and guide the growth of finicky nerve cells.' But read more...

November 12, 2008 by

System Monitor Ultimate

System Activity Monitor Ultimate is the application providing you all information about your device - hardware, operating system, processor,...

November 19, 2014 by Arvydas Sidorenko

System Activity Monitor - All in One

System Activity Monitor - All in One is the application providing you all information about your device - hardware, operating system,...

November 5, 2014 by David-Phan

Frustrations of a technology slave

Like basic utilities such as electricity and water, technology has crept into our everyday lives in such a way that we have become so dependent on it even when we know that it's not a perfect system.If you make a random survey of the things that people can't live without, you're likely to find a cellular phone on the list.

June 9, 2008 by

Sydus

Singapore-based mobile marketing company Sydus has breathed new life into radio, a 100-year-old technology that has seen little or no major innovations in decades.Since its inception last March, the company's mobile music service has been accessed more than 400,000 times by listeners in some 90 countries. Dubbed MobileRadio, which premiered as Virgin Radio UK, the service streams radio programs over cellular networks. Prior to the launch, Virgin Radio UK could only be heard in the greater London area. Today, it is accessible, on the move.

July 5, 2006 by

Qualcomm

As the inventor of the CDMA (Code-Division Multiple Access) standard, Qualcomm has been reeling in big bucks in recent years as operators around the world started rolling out third-generation (3G) cellular networks based on wideband CDMA. Until now, the company's CDMA technology only makes up 20 percent of the worldwide cell phone market, mostly in North and South America.

October 30, 2005 by

What's so special about Avaya? Maybe their mobility support

Science and technology news site RedNova has republished a Business Communications Review piece summarizing an exhaustive series of assessments of advanced applications from four leading IP telephony vendors.The BCR editors were quite impressed by Avaya's mobility support, especially its ETC (extension-to-cellular) capabilities.

September 27, 2005 by

10% of adult Americans cut the landlines

Harris Interactive Technology Research says 10% of US adults have cut the landline and switched to mobile phone, 5% are seriously considering such move, and 47% are somewhat considering getting rid of landline. 39% who said they would never give up their landlines because of safety, the need for dial-up Internet access, the high cost of cellular service, quality of wireless reception at home and the need for multiple phone lines.

June 28, 2005 by

63% of consumers would pay for biometrics if it provided additional security

A survey of more than 2,000 adults, sponsored by AuthenTec, shows that 63% of consumers would pay extra to add fingerprint biometrics to their PC and notebook computers, while 71% would pay more for this feature in their cellular phones. Most consumers said they would use the technology to replace their PC and Internet passwords, as well as to help transform their cell phones into their personal wallets to conduct m-commerce and wireless banking.

June 5, 2005 by

1 mln CDMA subscribers by year-end 2004

Having literally sprung-up as a new cellular technology overnight, the popularity of CDMA450 is growing, according to In-Stat/MDR. The high-tech market research firm reports that, as a result, the number of CDMA450 subscribers will increase from approximately 1 mln by the end of 2004 to over 2.

November 22, 2004 by

In 2008 56% of all handsets will have Bluetooth

The cellular handset has been going through a complete evolution in the last few years, keeping handset chipmakers on their toes while they attempt to forecast what will be the next big thing. When a technology does take the fancy of consumers and carriers, history shows us that the content of a handset can change quickly.

October 24, 2004 by

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