Samsung unveils new Galaxy S4 'Mini'

SSamsung unveils new Galaxy S4 'Mini'outh Korea's Samsung Electronics on Thursday unveiled a slimmed down version of its flagship Galaxy S4 smartphone as the company looks to tap the mid-range market. The Galaxy S4 Mini has a scaled down 4.3-inch display and weighs in at 107 grams, making it easy to carry and operate with just one hand, the company said in a statement.


Mobile communication will go down in value!

Mobile communication will go down in valueAddressing the problem with high tariffs for mobile communication services is one of the primary tasks assigned to Ministry of Communication & Information. There is no point in pretending otherwise: our mobile communication does cost much. A mobile phone has long been a vital need, yet calls are still hitting the subscriber in the wallet.


Mobile phone which can monitor heart problems and send data to your doctor goes on sale in UK

A new mobile phone could help millions of people who suffer from heart-related medical problems monitor their conditions. The H'andy Sana is a touch-screen phone that also includes an application called Heart Suite, which allows users to measure, record and send vital Electrocardiograms (ECGs). Users can take their ECG instantly by pressing two fingers on the side of the phone for 30 seconds.


China launches new global positioning satellite

China took a further step on Sunday toward ending its dependence on U.S. satellites to provide navigation and positioning services.
A rocket carrying the fifth of a planned array of 35 orbiters blasted off from the Xichang space launch center in Sichuan, southwest China, the official Xinhua news agency reported. Beijing started a drive to end its reliance on the U.S. Global Positioning System in 2000, when it sent an experimental pair of positioning satellites into orbit.


The mobile for the hard of hearing: ring tone is as loud as a vuvuzela

The mobile for the hard of hearingThe Amplicom M6000 is ideal for the elderly or anyone with hearing loss as it comes equipped with a ring-tone that can blare out 100 decibels. It will not make you popular with the neighbors.

But if your hearing is not what it was and you do not always hear your mobile ring, it could be the phone for you.
With a ring tone that can reach 100 decibels, the same as a pneumatic drill, there is no chance that you'll miss it going off  -  and nor will anyone in your street. And for the hard of hearing, the earpiece can be set to an even higher volume  -  110dB, the equivalent of a South African vuvuzela horn being blown at full blast beside your head.


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