Quickoffice Upgrades First Editable Office 2007 Suite for Symbian S60 Smartphones

Written on Thursday, January 29, 2009 by @nadiarizqi

Quickoffice today announced the availability of Quickoffice Premier 6.0 for Symbian S60 devices. The latest upgrade now enables mobile professionals to view column and line charts in Microsoft Excel 2007, with real-time recalculation. The enhanced file manager allows users to easily navigate and organize file types, in addition to the ability to open Zip files.

Quickoffice Premier 6.0 is the only mobile solution to provide full viewing and editing capabilities of native Microsoft Office 2007 documents on S60 devices, allowing workers to increase their productivity while on-the-go. Other new features of 6.0 include the ability to open password protected files on Word and Excel documents, word count for Word files and Go To Cell for worksheets, making it easier to navigate large sheets.

The mobile office suite retains file formatting with no data loss, delivering superior document ?round-trip’ capabilities so users can confidently edit and exchange files between their phones and desktop. Other features include tighter integration with Adobe Reader LE to handle complex PDF files, spell check in multiple languages and the ability to record live voice notes in PowerPoint.

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Last.fm Expands Its Mobile Footprint by Launching on the Android Platform

Written on Thursday, January 29, 2009 by @nadiarizqi

Last.fm announced its launch on the Android platform, offering an ‘on-the-go’ music application enabling users to access all the best of Last.fm from their mobile phones. Features include similar artists and genre-specific streaming radio stations, personalized streaming radio, up-to-date concert information and the ability to track users’ listening habits to their Last.fm profile. The application is available for download through the Android Market http://www.android.com/market/#app=lastfm.

Using the Last.fm application, users can listen to streaming radio stations such as personal recommendations, similar artists, and genre-specific tracks. Users can also share tracks with their friends on Last.fm and stream other users’ stations. The new ‘Background Playback’ feature enables users to listen to Last.fm’s streaming music while accessing other programs, such as email, without interrupting the music experience.

Last.fm users can view an on-the-go version of their personal music profiles that includes mobile versions of Last.fm Charts page and Artist pages, with biographies, tags, similar artists and top listeners, all optimized for the Android platform. Users can access Last.fm’s Events listings to browse artists on tour, search for events, view Last.fm recommendations and view mapped directions to music venues.

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Google bucks trend to post increased revenues

Written on Saturday, January 24, 2009 by @nadiarizqi

Internet giant Google bucked the economic downturn to outperform Wall Street's expectations, according to its latest financial results.

The company reported revenues of $5.7bn for the three months ending in December, up 18% year-on-year, but an increase of just 3% on the previous quarter's figures.

Profit was down significantly to $382m, compared with $1.2bn a year ago – however, this was largely the result of investments in internet rival AOL and wireless broadband provider Clearwire.

Internet giant Google bucked the economic downturn to outperform Wall Street's expectations, according to its latest financial results.

The company reported revenues of $5.7bn for the three months ending in December, up 18% year-on-year, but an increase of just 3% on the previous quarter's figures.

Profit was down significantly to $382m, compared with $1.2bn a year ago – however, this was largely the result of investments in internet rival AOL and wireless broadband provider Clearwire.

Google chief executive Eric Schmidt said the company had performed well given the grim circumstances in the advertising industry. But he said he could not predict whether things would get easier in the future.

"Google performed well in the fourth quarter, despite an increasingly difficult economic environment," he said. "It's unclear how long the global downturn will last, but our focus remains on the long term."

In recent years Google has become more reliant on money generated by advertising on its own websites, rather than through its advertising networks – and that pattern continues to be the case.

Google's own sites generated $3.8bn of the quarter's overall revenues, making up 67% of its income, compared to a far smaller proportion of 45% just a year ago.

Although this means the company's famously efficient advertising network is now less powerful, it may have helped insulate the company from some aspects of the financial crisis.

Google has also become more reliant on its international business, with the rest of the world now responsible for 50% of income. It said revenue would have been $334 million higher had it not been for currency slides – particularly in Britain.

The figures were welcomed by Wall St analysts , who had expected tougher results, and by investors,who pushed Google shares up by as much as 2%.

"The quarter was pretty solid in light of the broader economic perspective – earnings were fine, revenues were fine," said Jason Avilio, an analyst with Kaufman Bros. "People didn't have high expectations."

Over the past week Google has made a series of moves to demonstrate that it is focused on its central products. Several services have been shut and a number of engineering offices are being closed down. But despite making 100 recruiters redundant as a result of slowing growth, the company said it would continue hiring new staff through the downturn.

Avilio said that although Wall Street believed Google had too many employees, it would not benefit shareholders to cut jobs like Yahoo, which has shed 2,500 in the past year, or Microsoft, which had earlier announced it was shedding 5,000 positions.

"There is a lot of fat to trim operationally, but nothing like the thousands of layoffs at other tech companies," he said.

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Discover Card Launches Mobile Site for Credit Card Management

Written on Tuesday, January 20, 2009 by @nadiarizqi

Discover Card announced the launch of a mobile solution for its cardmembers, Discover.com Mobile. This mobile version of the Discover Card Web site will allow cardmembers to manage their credit card account directly from their mobile phone’s browser.


The new mobile Web site offers a simplified version of the Discover.com account summary interface and includes the following functionality:

  • Make a payment
  • View recent transactions
  • View recent and pending payments
  • View rewards activity
  • Enroll in the 5% Cashback Bonus program

Discover.com Mobile can be accessed by visiting m.discover.com from any mobile device that supports web browsing functionality. To log in, Discover Cardmembers simply use their existing Discover.com User ID and password.

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Mobile Electronics For Hands-Free Viewing During Airplane

Written on Tuesday, January 20, 2009 by @nadiarizqi

Thinking of a good holder for your iPhone in an air plane? The new iFlyz is a hands-free solution designed specifically for travelers. The iFlyz’s suction cup firmly grasps your iPhone and uses an adjustable clamp to attach to either an upright and
locked seat tray or one that is open during drink or dinner service and has a flexible gooseneck that allows the attached mobile device to be turned any angle or direction. iFlyz sells for $29.99 and is available at www.iflyz.com


Other than iPhone, the product claimed to be compatible with iPhones, iTouches, iPods, Blackberrys, SmartPhones, and PMPs of various brands. The iFlyz is 5.5 inches long and 2.5 inches wide, and weighs only two�ounces.

The idea for iFlyz came as a way to make life easier for travelers trying to relax. “Being an early iPhone adopter and frequent flyer, I took note of all the other users on my weekly flights taking advantage of their time in the air to catch up on their favorite movies and TV shows,” said Alastair MacGregor, iFlyz International CEO. “It was immediately evident that I wasn’t
the only person loving the new technology but hating that I had to hold my device to be able to watch any video content.

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New HTC Touch HD Hot Fix for Camera Viewfinder Enhancement

Written on Saturday, January 17, 2009 by @nadiarizqi

HTC has released a new hot fix this week, which is to enhance the camera virtual viewfinder on the HTC Touch HD. According to the support page, “When you use the Camera function to take a picture in a dim environment with super fine quality, sometimes the image will display extraneous (noise) pixels in the viewfinder mode. It’s not a mechanical (LCD) fault but only an intermittent display problem in view finder mode. It does not have any impact on the picture quality or other display functions. If you encounter this problem, please download this hot fix to enhance the virtual viewfinder mode.”


The hot fix can be downloaded hereand you would need to copy the software update file to your touch HD. You can then run the hot fix directly on your Touch HD.

Another piece of good news is the company seems to have fixed the on-screen slider hot fix issues, where the hot fix will make video call unaccessible after the updates. The hot fix has been replaced with a newer file, without any announcement. Check out the updated on-screen slider hot fix here, you can just reinstall the hot fix again to overwrite the previous update

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Brain Quest Blast Off From Modality Now Available on Apple App Store

Written on Saturday, January 17, 2009 by @nadiarizqi

Modality today announced that its Brain Quest Blast Off game is now available on the Apple App Store. In Brain Quest Blast Off, players journey through three challenge levels, each consisting of five knowledge areas: math, language arts, science, social studies and grab bag. A series of questions ranging from word jumbles to math equations test students on the same facts and concepts they’re learning in school.


In addition to earning points, students collect dozens of different trophies for their achievements, all displayed in a special trophy showcase. A Free Play setting allows for untimed review. Players can move through hundreds of questions covering all topic areas, randomly generated to keep kids sharp even when they’re not in the game play mode. Brain Quest Blast Off Grades 3 & 4 are currently available for $9.99 per grade from Apple’s App Store on iPhone and iPod touch.

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Hey... just want to show you...

Written on Thursday, January 15, 2009 by @nadiarizqi


i`m just want to show you this...

Hope we will together forever.....

I do not want to lose you

Your Lovely Hamster....

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Skype Lite Available on Android Platform and Java-Enabled Mobile Phones

Written on Monday, January 12, 2009 by @nadiarizqi

Skype announced the release of a lite version of Skype, a ‘thin’ client for Skype that can be downloaded on Android-powered devices, as well as more than 100 other Java-enabled mobile phones. The software is still in beta release, works with your mobile servie’s data plan for making VoIP calls.

The lite version delivers core Skype capabilities including:

* Make Skype-to-Skype calls to other Skype users anywhere in the world
* Send/receive instant messages to/from individuals or groups
* Make Skype calls at low rates to people on landline or mobile phones
* Receive calls to your online personal phone number on Skype
* See when your Skype contacts are online/available to chat

The lite version of Skype is currently available for Android devices, which today include the T-Mobile G1, the first Android-powered mobile phone currently available in the United States and the United Kingdom.�For instructions on downloading the lite version of Skype to LG, Motorola, Nokia, Samsung and Sony Ericsson phones, users can visit www.skype.com/m using the mobile browser on their phone or www.skype.com/go/mobiledownload from a computer.

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Option's new entry-level USB modem selected by O2

Written on Monday, January 12, 2009 by @nadiarizqi

Option today announced that its new entry-level USB modem has been selected by O2. Carrying the O2 branding, Option’s new iCON 210 HSPA USB modem is shipping to Telef�nica O2 Germany.�Option’s Zero-CD Plug ‘n’ Play software allows consumers to access internet at HSPA speeds of up to 3.6 Mbps in just three simple steps: insert the USB, install the software, go online. Weighing only 27g and small enough to fit into the palm of the hand, the iCON 210 can be used with laptops or desktop PCs to provide connectivity virtually anywhere in the world.

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CEO Sony Perkenalkan Komputer Saku

Written on Sunday, January 11, 2009 by @nadiarizqi

LAS VEGAS – Krisis finansial membuat perbankan dan otomotif terpelanting. Tapi, produsen gadget tetap tahan banting. Seolah tidak terpengaruh terpaan badai krisis, sekitar 2.700 vendor teknologi, mulai produsen ponsel, chip, sampai televisi, berlomba memamerkan inovasi terkininya pada perhelatan Consumer Electronic Show (CES) 2009 yang berlangsung mulai kemarin sampai 11 Januari 2009.

Bertempat di kota judi Las Vegas, AS, ribuan gadget baru nan inovatif unjuk gigi menyapa para konsumen. Kemunculan beberapa produk bahkan sudah ditunggu-tunggu karena punya keistimewaan tertentu. Misalnya, Microsoft Windows 7, sistem operasi penerus Vista.

CEO Microsoft Steve Ballmer pada pidato pembukaan pameran kemarin menyebutkan, Windows 7 merupakan produk Windows terbaik yang pernah dibuat. Sistem operasi itu diharapkan banyak pihak akan dikembangkan untuk perangkat selain desktop seperti web dan ponsel.

CES 2009 kali ini juga menjadi kemunculan pertama produk ’’pembunuh’’ iPhone dan Blackberry, yakni Palm Nova. Jon Rubinstein, chairman Product Development Palm, menyatakan bahwa sistem operasi Nova pada ponsel cerdas Palm dirancang sebagai alternatif antara Blackberry OS yang berorientasi bisnis dan iPhone yang menonjolkan hiburan.

CES 2009 juga menampilkan revolusi ukuran komputer yang terus menyusut, namun semakin canggih.

Setelah era komputer meja (desktop), lalu komputer jinjing (notebook), dan terakhir komputer amplop (netbook), Sony menggebrak pasar dengan komputer saku. Sony Vaio seri P atau ’’pocket’’ diklaim pabrikan Jepang itu sebagai netbook pertama yang dirancang ’’fits in a pocket’’ atau ’’pas di saku’’.

Saking rampingnya, Chairman dan CEO Sony Corp Sir Howard Stringer saat awal presentasi kemarin mengeluarkan Sony Vaio P dari saku jasnya seperti mengambil dompet saja.

Sony Vaio P dilengkapi prosesor Intel Atom 1,33 GHz, hard disk 60 gigabyte (atau SSD 128 gigabyte), dan sistem operasi Windows Vista. Memiliki layar 8 inci persegi panjang dengan backlit LED dan resolusi layar 1.600 x 768. Bandingkan dengan netbook standar yang biasanya hanya punya resolusi 1.024 x 600.

Berbagai perusahaan lain berupaya menggaet konsumen dengan memperkenalkan teknologi ramah lingkungan. Perusahaan Fuji misalnya, memperkenalkan baterai ramah lingkungan bernama EnviroMax. Baterai tersebut dibuat dari material daur ulang dan tidak mengandung bahan berbahaya seperti merkuri.

Produk pro-lingkungan juga dirilis Motorola. Ponsel MOTO W233 mereka klaim sebagai ponsel berbahan yang bisa diperbarui (renewable) pertama di dunia. Ponsel GSM yang berfungsi sederhana, yakni untuk telepon dan SMS, tersebut dibuat dari campuran plastik dan pecahan botol di tempat sampah.

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Hore! Windows 7 Bisa Diunduh Lagi

Written on Sunday, January 11, 2009 by @nadiarizqi

LAS VEGAS - Microsoft berekasi cepat atas membludaknya keinginan masyarakat dalam menjajal Windows 7 versi beta. Setelah sebelumnya ditutup, kini Microsoft telah membukanya kembali.

Animo masyarakat terhadap Windows 7 ternyata cukup tinggi. Ini dibuktikan dengan tingginya trafik pengunjung di situs Microsoft yang ingin mengunduh aplikasi anyar ini didalam komputernya. Akibat hal tersebut, Microsoft sempat menutup situs itu.

Namun, perusahaan yang didirikan oleh Bill Gates, tidak ingin masyarakat berlama-lama menunggu sekaligus memendam penasaran tinggi, sebab kini Windows 7 sudah bisa diunduh kembali. Pasalnya, Microsoft telah meninkatkan kapasitas situs terseby. Jadi, meskipun penungjungnya banyak yang mengunduh dalam waktu bersamaan, tidak akan menemuai kesulitan.

"Kami ingin memastikan pengalaman terbaik bagi konsumen saat mengunduh, dan kini Windows sudah bisa diunduh kembali," jelas juru bicara Microsoft dalam blognya, sepertti yang dilansir PC World, Minggu (11/1/2009).

Akan tetapi, anda harus bersaing keras dengan pencinta Windows lainnya di seluruh dunia. Karena, Microsoft hanya membatasi 2,5 pengunjung saja. Sehingga, ketika sudah mencapai angka tersebut, maka Windows 7 sudah tidak bisa diunduh gratis lagi.

Jika masih mempunyai minat anda bisa mengunduhnya di situs resmi Microsoft, di www.microsoft.com.

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Griffin Technology Launches SmartTalk Bluetooth Headset

Written on Wednesday, January 07, 2009 by @nadiarizqi

Griffin Technology?today announced the SmartTalk Bluetooth headset. The SmartTalk incorporates STEP Labs’ STEPvoice acoustic voice separation technology to eliminate background noise, reduce wind noise, and improve voice quality. The SmartTalk Bluetooth earpiece can be easily paired with iPhone or any Bluetooth-enabled phone. Human voice confirmations tell the user that the device is “Pairing,” “Powered On,” and other helpful functions.

SmartTalk Bluetooth Features and Benefits:

1. STEPvoice acoustic technology eliminates unwanted noise for outbound voice clarity
2.Dual-microphone acoustic design by STEP Labs
3. In-ear fit guarantees inbound audio clarity
4. Instant pairing with voice prompts for quick and easy setup

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Web 3.0 Application : Web 3.0 Applications : Web 3.0 Design : Web 3.0 Semantic Web : Web 3.0 Web Development Standards

Written on Monday, January 05, 2009 by @nadiarizqi

With the Internet dominating the business world, the need to have an effective web 3.0 site has increased among companies. In today's always-on world, a company's web site is critical to its ability to compete and succeed.

We are experts in Web 3.0 development. Our top priority is to provide high-quality web 3.0 solution to our customers around the world. Web 3.0 is defined as the creation of high-quality content and services produced by individuals using Web 2.0 technology as an enabling platform.

Web 3.0 Application

Web 3.0 technologies

1. Artificial intelligence

2. Automated reasoning

3. Cognitive architecture

4. Composite applications

5. Distributed computing

6. Knowledge representation

7. Ontology (computer science)

8. Recombinant text

9. Scalable vector graphics

10. Semantic Web

11. Semantic Wiki

12. Software agents

The Semantic Web 3.0 will bring structure to the meaningful content of Web pages, creating an environment where software agents roaming from page to page can readily carry out sophisticated tasks for users.

Web 3.0 is a place where machines can read Web pages much as we humans read them, a place where search engines and software agents can better troll the Net and find what we're looking for. A prime example of a Web 3.0 technology is 'natural-language search', which refers to the ability of search engines to answer full questions such as 'Which is the third leading software MNC in india'.

Web 3.0 development will be driven by a new hybrid of innovation strategies that support a new business model. In the new models businesses will make quantum leaps because they will finally discover that fostering new ideas and empowering their employees by ethically compensating them for their intellectual property, makes more sense than the current business-as-usual rewards for hard work, It will finally dawn on companies to spend more money supporting the flow of ideas than pouring down the drain with outrageous severance packages and counter productive levels of disparity in income. My new business Innovation Black Soft Group is trying to cultivate a new approach and a new awareness.

Contact us Today for more affordable quality web 3.0 development and web 3.0 services from India. Other experts think that Web 3.0 will start fresh. Instead of using HTML as the basic coding language, it will rely on some new -- and unnamed -- language. These experts suggest it might be easier to start from scratch rather than try to change the current Web. However, this version of Web 3.0 is so theoretical that it's practically impossible to say how it will work.

The man responsible for the World Wide Web has his own theory of what the future of the Web will be. He calls it the Semantic Web, and many Internet experts borrow heavily from his work when talking about Web 3.0. What exactly is the Semantic Web? Keep reading to find out.

Web 3.0 is the Semantic Web, where machine read content like human beings then RSS will be its eyes. RSS technology is still in vast uses especially in the online news portals. The entire business models have already being created around aggregating meta-data. IGoogle, MyIndiaTims and Netvibes allow the users to create their own personal homepage, drawing much of its content from RSS feeds that users select.

The Web 3.0 application design is about Cloud Computing as an enabler for innovation, Web-scale programming and SaaS. Market barriers are reduced due to easy, service-oriented access to scalable infrastructure, the possibility to test and deploy large-scale projects with low entry costs, and eventually terminate projects that do not go well without (financial and technological) problems associated with down-scaling.

Web 3.0 application design will ultimately be seen as applications that are pieced together. There are a number of characteristics: the applications are relatively small, the data is in the cloud, the applications can run on any device, PC or mobile phone, the applications are very fast and customizable, and furthermore the applications are distributed.

Black Soft experts believe that the foundation for Web 3.0 will be application programming interfaces (APIs). An API is an interface designed to allow developers to create applications that take advantage of a certain set of resources. Many Web 2.0 sites include APIs that give programmers access to the sites' unique data and capabilities. Other experts think that Web 3.0 will start fresh. Instead of using HTML as the basic coding language, it will rely on some new -- and unnamed -- language. These experts suggest it might be easier to start from scratch rather than try to change the current Web.

However, this version of Web 3.0 is so theoretical that it's practically impossible to say how it will work. The man responsible for the World Wide Web has his own theory of what the future of the Web will be. He calls it the Semantic Web, and many Internet experts borrow heavily from his work when talking about Web 3.0. What exactly is the Semantic Web? Keep reading to find out.

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