Mobile Phones; Multitasking Gadgets

It is mere customary to mention the impact of scientific invention in our lives. One such great invention resulting to (nearly) any-time, any-where communication is invention of mobile telephony. Because of mobile, one today seems never far-away from being communicated with. Let be an adult professional, or a young restless soul, for every one communication is priceless. An on-the-go communication means one is always connected and available to be reached to.

Mobile phone today has taken the role of a Personal Digital Assistant (PDA), alarm clock, calculator, and calender. Top of the line counterparts offer even better service. They are ones’ sound system, high-resolution video camera, picture editor and FM radio. There are models offering chances to get instant internet connection, send and access e-mails, video calls and instant messaging. Some models steps even further and accomplished till untamed territory of GPS connectivity. These models aid the user to get information on location of specific interest.

For business professionals, there are mobiles that come complete with Power Point slide presentation capability. There are models that are equipped with softwares to perform text documentation and spreadsheet creation. Young ones can find a great friend in the mobiles with facilities to run high-definition, crystal clear music. Integration of micro-hardisks have resultantly increased the chances of huge storage of data into the mobile phones.

Integration with high-speed internet processing has added another dimension to the mobile phones. A 3G, WCDMA, or GSM mobile can act as mobile wallet during business transactions. Mobile makers in collaboration with different mobile network service providers, are to introduce high-speed video streaming and TV programming to cell phones. Time is not too far to see phones playing the role of a TV.

Network providers are restructuring their usability component and planning to offer customers a single bill for all services including TV, wireless, broadband. They are on the lookout to simplify cell phone interfaces so that users can easily navigate and feel comfortable using their phones.

Gradually mobile phones are gearing up to play the role of a multitasking gadget. Fulfilling demands of every needs.

Martin Dev


  • We R not D same. I am an ANDROID
    June 21, 2011 - 1:08 am | Permalink

    Ok now with the Palm Pre for Sprint, what is the best phone G1 (T-Mobile), Storm (Verizon) or iPhone (AT&T)?
    CES 2009 brought us a new player in the smartphone upper-echelon. Let’s drill down and see how the Palm Pre compares with the iPhone and Android’s G1.

    1. Multitouch touchscreen/gesture control: All three are capacitive, only the Pre and iPhone have multitouch. The Pre’s glowy little "gesture area" has dropped the touchable real estate all the way down tto the bottom of the phone, which is great for being able to navigate with one hand and not interfere with the screen at all. The wavey dock you bring up from the bottom looks awesome, but can you use it out of the box without a second thought or page through the manual? That’s my question. Advantage: iPhone/Pre tossup.

    2. Multitasking: One of the beefiest of our beefs with the iPhone SDK is its insistence on Apps running one at a time. The G1’s notifications drawer was definitely a step in the right direction, but the Pre’s interface is the first smartphone OS that was built with multitasking as a core design element. Resembling the Xbox’s old Blades, or a less-jarring OS X Expose even, the Pre’s "Cards" interface always places you in the context of every app running for fast switching, and notifications from other apps don’t pull you away completely from the task at hand. Multitasking is hugely important on a phone, and it’s a good sign that Palm recognizes. Advantage: Pre

    3. Hardware: Adrian says:

    While the hardware is definitely high quality, I’m not entirely blown away by the design. It looks really nice, and original, but it’s a little too cutesy in shape and kind of reminds me of an oversized pebble. A slightly larger screen could have definitely been put to good use, and I really don’t like the black space on the sides of the screen.

    A phone with a built-in QWERTY still hasn’t touched the iPhone in terms of sleekness and pure sex. And it might still be a while. Advantage: iPhone

    4. Development platform: The Pre’s "Web OS" sure sounds nice—all developers need to know is JavaScript, HTML and CSS? Sounds good in theory, but building a mobile app will never be as easy as cranking out a new theme for your Tumblr. Palm’s stressing ease of development, though, so it will be interesting to see how it stacks up against Apple’s solid, familiar-to-devs OS X-based SDK and Android’s fully open source approach. Advantage: Pre? If it’s straight-up JavaScript, that’s a lot of programmers ready to go. Note: we had iPhone here before, but we’ve switched with a qualification. Developer community still goes to iPhone for volume.

    5. Web Integration: The Pre subtly integrates the internet into the phone at every opportunity, and it’s awesome. Contacts get pulled in from Facebook, Gmail, IM and and scanned for dupes; the messaging app shows your last several emails, IMs and SMS with that contact in a single window. Really, really smart stuff. Advantage: Pre

    6. App Store/developer community: A smartphone is only as good as the software it runs. On the Pre, Palm is still keeping application delivery details like pricing behind the curtain, but they did say the app delivery will be entirely handled by the phone (without a desktop app), which is a shame. They’re saying that they’re not going to duplicate Apple’s Hobbesian app approval black box mistake, which Android has also hasn’t fallen for, but there will be an approval process based on "security and stability." But as we know with Android, a dev community needs enough devices in the hands of consumers to reach critical mass, which the Pre will have to match. Advantage: iPhone, even with the black box, but Android and Pre’s more open stances are reassuring.

    7. Wireless charger: We’ve seen wireless charger tech for years at CES, but it’s taken this long for a major consumer gadget to come bundled with its own wireless charger in the box. Whoops, it’s not in the box, sold separately for unknown $$. But still: Bravo. Advantage: Pre

    8. The Network: Dan Hesse, Sprint’s CEO, gave our coast-to-coast 3G test a shout out in his press conference. Of course he did: Sprint won (in download speeds). Sprint was the only major carrier without a powerful, hype-catching smartphone choice, and now they have one. The Pre is a data-centric phone with a network we’ve proven to be strong in a large swatch of the country—that’s a good combo. But would you switch to Sprint for the Pre? Ugh. Advantage: Not cut and dry for everyone, but we stand by our numbers: Sprint is the best 3G network in our tests.

    9. Physical keyboard: It’s preference, but one held by a large swathe of the gadget buying public: physical QWERTY keypads are still the mainstream input of choice. Touch is getting better all the time, but a lot of people still want physical keyboards. But better yet is the ability to choose; unfortunately, the Pre doesn’t have a soft onscreen keyboard, and its slide-out is the same meh QWERTY from the Treo Pro. Advantage: It’s preference, but on me, the iPhone’s soft keyboard can’t be beat.

    10. Camera: The P
    re has an LED Flash for its 3MP camera, something both the iPhone and G1 lack. Flash cellphone photos are ugly, but for a lot of people, they’re good enough. So credit for throwing it in. Advantage: Pre

    11. Battery: Apple’s still an outlier with their non-removable battery; like the G1’s, the Pre’s comes out for a spare swap too. We’ve heard Apple’s reasons for this a million times, we know the drill, but removable batteries will never stop being handy. Advantage: Pre

    12. Copy & Paste: Yep, Pre’s got it. iPhone still doesn’t. Advantage: Pre/G1

    13. Browser: All three use a browser based on WebKit, which has become the standard for the mobile web. We couldn’t put it through our Mobile Browser Battlemodo ringer obviously, but what we saw looked great, and it’s the only other mobile browser besides the iPhone that supports multitouch zooming. Advantage: iPhone/Pre

    So there you have it. We’re excited. Are you?

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  • davidd
    June 21, 2011 - 6:10 am | Permalink

    dude try it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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  • rohit a
    June 21, 2011 - 6:12 am | Permalink

    I love iPhone and I have two of them iPhone and iPhone 3G. I dont use camera in any cell phone coz cell phone cant give SLR and MP is not the only thing that matters in deciding the quality of a camera. My SLR has 8 MP many point n shoot has 9.

    iPhone has Cut and Paste now.

    Removable battery is a feature ?LOL its the most weirdest thing I have hard It may be a feature for those who wanna kep on removing battery for entertainment coz they have nothing to do better.

    I got my 1st iphone in July 2007 and the battery back up is still amazing.

    iPhone has app that can instantly play any formats of video. You dont need to convert app will convert in seconds you wont even realize.

    You can create keynot presentation right on iPhone and connect it to Projector, deliver your presentation.

    On iPhone, not one there are at
    least 500 apps that lets you log in to every damn socializing website and all pull contacts. I have ShoZu,Facebook,Yahoo!One Connect, FRING, AIM.
    And who can even imagine the photo editing apps of iPhone even professional get mesmerized to see those apps on a phone.

    You can upload photo to any website while chatting.

    You can now send attachment with email. You can send audio,vido any file as attachment to anybody.

    You can also download any attachment on your device. You can even download unlimited music for free right from iPhone.

    Nothing can beat iPhone App store now it has 11,000 wonderful apps. It has a complete office now.

    I am excited but not for Sprint I am excited coz Apple will bring another iPhone in 2009 and I will buy that without reading any review whatsoever.

    ya it wont will flop just on look itself ..
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    Die hard Apple fan owns almost everything that Apple has made.

  • Angelina P
    June 21, 2011 - 6:14 am | Permalink

    PC can never match the quality of MAC. Macs are most advanced, most user friendly, the safest and the most elegant.

    Same way no phone can ever come even close to iPhone. iPhone has secured number one position in cell phone market for ever. Price??? I don’t care.
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    June 21, 2011 - 6:16 am | Permalink

    OMG, Plam Pre is so ugly how can one even think of comparing it to iPhone. iPhone looks like a gadget that a professional can have.

    One has be gay to get this phone. No offense like girls prefer different color and style so gays also prefer different styles so they might like this phone its so gay for sure.
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  • Palmfan O
    June 21, 2011 - 6:18 am | Permalink

    Palm Pre has the new Palm OS, from the videos and review I have seen, it’s better than all the phones listed, but google is coming out with G2. it’s a never ending war.
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