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  • Subinkrishna Gopi 12:16 pm on July 22, 2010 Permalink |
    Tags: apple, , bing, BlackBerry, cell phone, , fastcodesign.com, , , , iloveny.com, market share, , pilothandwriting.com, , search engine, skype, smashin magazine, , today's read,   

    Today’s read: Various ! 

    It’s been a while since I wrote anything here. I was kinda busy with so many things and that made me to stay away from writing for these many days.

    Today I’ve found a few articles in fastcompany.com (via twitter), fastcodesign.com & Smashing Magazine. And I’m really surprised by some of the facts which I found and some facts are really cool.

    1. You Can’t Appreciate How Completely Apple Has Humiliated The Cellphone Industry Until You See These Charts (Article page)
    This really surprised me. This article talks about how Apple rules the cell phone industry in terms of the profit they make even though they sell only 3% of the handsets! Don’t miss the charts in that page. They tell lot of stories.

    2. Google Steals Ideas From Bing, Bing Steals Market Share From Google (Article page)
    This made me happy. I am a big Microsoft fan though I work most on open source ! And I am really happy with the way how Bing works for them.

    3. Create a Font From Your Own Handwriting (Article page)
    This is what the article says !

    If you’re nostalgic for the days of long, handwritten letters, Pilot Pens has unveiled a new Web-based app that’s perfect for you: PilotHandwriting.com will turn your handwriting into your very own digital font, which you can then use in a letter to someone.

    Source: fastcodesign.com

    4. Designing Style Guidelines For Brands And Websites (Article page)
    The article talks more about the branding guidelines, usage of colors, text and fonts with the help of guidelines followed by some of the well known global brands like BlackBerry, I love New York and Skype.

    Have a nice read !

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  • Subinkrishna Gopi 2:46 pm on March 14, 2008 Permalink |
    Tags: BlackBerry, tech2.com, trojan   

    BlackBerry Gets Its First Trojan 

    Varun Srivastava, the Business Development Head at APPIN Security Group that just happens to be a leading player in ethical hacking and information security, has recently come out with a Whitepaper on what causes hacking of BlackBerry phones, whether it is secure/ lawfully interceptible, and how can it be avoided. Needless to say, BlackBerry users are probably fretting right about now, as most offices these days issue some of their executives, especially the ones that are constantly traveling, with Blackberry handsets.

    Source: http://www.tech2.com | Read the complete article here

     
  • Subinkrishna Gopi 12:21 pm on October 19, 2007 Permalink |
    Tags: , , BlackBerry, , , m commerce, ,   

    Top mobile applications of 2007 

    Fierce Mobile Content - Top Mobile Apps 2007 

    Fierce Mobile Content announced the Top mobile applications of 2007.

    What a difference a year makes. When FierceMobileContent inaugurated its Top App Awards in the autumn of 2006, the emphasis was squarely on the entertainment and multimedia applications then revolutionizing the mobile platform. Twelve months later, mobile subscribers have evolved from consumers to prosumers, and instead of watching video clips and listening to music, they’re socializing, shopping and searching. Content consumption is out and content creation is in–after all, why watch videos when you can upload your own?

    Source: http://www.fiercemobilecontent.com

    You can read the article here: http://www.fiercemobilecontent.com/special-reports/top-mobile-applications-2007

    Top 3 Applications

    1) 3jam SMS 2.0, Company: 3jam
    Why it’s a Top App: 3jam SMS 2.0 expands the scope of text messaging from one-to-one dialogue to multi-party communication, in effect transforming texting from “reply” to “reply all.”

    2) Anthem, Company: Intercasting

    3) Digby, Company: 30 Second Software
    Why it’s a Top App: Attention, shoppers. Digby transforms the mobile commerce experience from ring tones to roses, enabling consumers to purchase real-world goods like flowers, candy and wine directly from their mobile devices.

     
  • Subinkrishna Gopi 8:29 am on July 10, 2007 Permalink |
    Tags: , BlackBerry, , mobile commerce, RIM, shopping   

    Get Digby, get anything ! 

    Digby
    Digby
    is the easiest way to use your BlackBerry to find, browse and buy popular, name brand products from premier vendors on the web. Digby eliminates the challenges of surfing web sites not designed for mobile devices like the BlackBerry. Our easy-to-use graphical interface makes browsing intuitive and provides quick access to products in categories like Books, Flowers, Music, DVDs, Jewelry and many more.

    The Digby Marketplace is open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, with a catalog updated on a daily basis to keep content fresh and provide you with special products offers.

    More Links:
    digby.com
    30secondsoftware.com

    The Digby service must be downloaded from your BlackBerry. Digby currently supports BlackBerry models 7100, 7130, 7290, 7520, 8100 (Pearl), 8300 (Curve), 8700, 8703, 8705, 8800, 8830.

    Download Digby on your BlackBerry

     
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