Thursday, January 27, 2011

Motorola Mobility Launches as Independent Company

Motorola Mobility Holdings, Inc. (Motorola Mobility) 4 Januari 2011 announced that it has completed its previously announced spin-off from Motorola, Inc. and its shares will begin trading this morning on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the ticker symbol “MMI.”

Motorola Mobility is comprised of two industry-leading global technology businesses. The Mobile Devices business is an innovative provider of smartphone devices designed to fit every lifestyle. In 2010, the Mobile Devices business launched 23 smartphones globally, including the highly successful family of DROID™ by Motorola devices as well as BRAVO™, DEFY™, FLIPSIDE™, MILESTONE™ and others. The Home business is one of the largest providers of digital set-top boxes and end-to-end video solutions. Motorola Mobility will leverage the capabilities of both the Mobile Devices and Home businesses to deliver innovative smartphones, tablets, set-tops and other converged devices – as well as content delivery and management, and interactive cloud-based services to consumers in the home and on the go.

“We are pleased that Motorola Mobility has reached this important milestone. After more than two years of planning, today we begin operating as a financially strong, independent company trading on the New York Stock Exchange,” said Sanjay Jha, chairman and CEO of Motorola Mobility. “We are well-positioned to build on the strong momentum we have in smartphones and end-to-end video solutions –and to take advantage of opportunities resulting from the convergence of media, mobility, computing and the Internet.”

“With more than 20,000 employees globally, 24,500 patents granted and pending, and a highly recognizable brand, we are able to deliver cutting-edge devices with differentiated software experiences. In addition, we will continue to work aggressively to capitalize on the next generation of converged devices and experiences to provide consumers with more intuitive and personalized services,” Jha added.

As chairman, Jha serves on the Motorola Mobility Board of Directors with Jon E. Barfield, William R. Hambrecht, Keith A. Meister, Thomas J. Meredith, Daniel A. Ninivaggi, James R. Stengel, Anthony J. Vinciquerra and Andrew J. Viterbi.

Jha and members of the Motorola Mobility management team will ring The Opening Bell™ at the NYSE today in honor of the initiation of trading of Motorola Mobility shares.

Motorola, Inc. stockholders of record as of the close of business on Dec. 21, 2010, the record date for the distribution, received one share of Motorola Mobility common stock for every eight shares of Motorola, Inc. common stock they held.

About Motorola Mobility
Motorola Mobility, Inc. (NYSE:MMI) fuses innovative technology with human insights to create experiences that simplify, connect and enrich people's lives. Our portfolio includes converged mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets; wireless accessories; end-to-end video and data delivery; and management solutions, including set-tops and data-access devices. For more information, visit

Saturday, January 22, 2011

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Best Symbian Phones Nokia N8 2010

Symbian. Who does not know him? Before BlackBerry, iPhone, and Android popular, this OS first triumphed in his era through a Nokia handset. Now the latest version appears. Symbian ^ 3 (read: 'Symbian Three') was present to bring new changes.
For those not familiar with, Symbian OS Open Source is designed for smartphones and initiated by Nokia. Well, the latest version of Symbian is present in the fourth quarter 2010, with the Nokia N8 as the first handset.
Symbian ^ 3 which is present in the handset Nokia N8. Observed at a glance, view the homescreen Symbian N8 ^ 3 at almost the same as the existing S60 5th Edition on your Nokia N97 Mini.

The difference Symbian ^ 3 has three tab pages that can be customized. From the side of page movement smoothness to the touch with a finger, obviously Symbian ^ 3 is much better than the previous OS.
Nokia seems as if doubling the speed of the animation display fps on this platform, which makes each icon that appears in the N8 is very smooth and firm compared to previous Nokia products. Especially when used to run the application. Precisely this is where excess Symbian ^ 3 - although many are talking about -, compared to other OS.

Stay Smooth Although Minim Hardware

Nokia N8 only has ARM 11 680Mhz processor / 256MB SDRAM and 512MB of NAND memory. Specifications seemed to lag when compared with Android phones now.
Yet it is precisely this excess Symbian ^ 3 which is capable of running the multi-tasking and image procesing better than some Android phones that have an average 1GHz processor with 576MB RAM.
With these specifications, not to find some means crashes when using the N8. Some crashes are caused by third-party applications. It seems that the application is not designed for the new OS.

Problems also arose when the Nokia N8 nge-hang, when loaded with more than five active application (with Internet data traffic continues to run). In such conditions, even when the power button is pressed, the phone never goes out. This is one of lack of unibody design mobile phone (battery not removable). So the user must be patient until the phone restarts itself.

Some Other Changes Symbian ^ 3

New changes foreshadowed tools N8 music player. Unlike previous versions of Symbian, when users unplug the audio jack while the music played, N8 will automatically do the pause of the song. Now the volume is still running even though the phone in a locked state.
In Symbian ^ 3, the phone could remember Wifi connection used. So upon entering the hotspot, users no longer asked 3G/EDGE connection like the previous S60 versions. Automatic phone directly connected. Here are some advantages as well as other shortcomings Symbian ^ 3, with the N8 as the handset.

+ The ability of multi-tasking is much better
+ Do not need a lot of hardware demand
+ Display more user friendly

- When compared to Android, iPhone, or WP7 comfortable typing and touch screen response is still far behind
- No new changes in the web-browser
- Inconvenient when the phone nge-hang condition


Plus Symbian Nokia N8 ^ 3 may be the best Symbian phones in 2010, when compared with previous Symbian phones. But when pitted with IOS, Android, and WP7 with similar touch-screen handset, Symbian Nokia remains impressed in the shade slow to innovate.

Symbian is currently no longer young, when compared to newcomers. Some have called it 'jadoel'. Like the old classic motorcycles, Symbian lost tight, when compared to newcomers.

High-speed sport bike does look more lux is not it? However, classic vintage motor still more pleasing to the eye and feel comfortable for some classes.

Friday, January 21, 2011

NOKIA N8 12 Megapixel Camera With Carl Zeiss Lens

Nokia N8 comes with a lot of surprises. One way is to specification camera features 12 megapixels and uses Carl Zeiss lens. If you know the world of photography, you certainly no stranger when I hear a Carl Zeiss lens. Because Carl Zeiss lens is one of the best lenses, even the best.

And be applied to the Nokia N8, really great. The picture is very clear from the Nokia N8 dah sharp, and the right focus. And can recognize faces when photographing objects like human form, because there is software for facial recognition.

Here are more details on Nokia N8 camera specifications:
  • 12-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss lens
  • Zoom 1/1.183 "format on an optical image sensor
  • Viewfinder 16:9 full screen, touch screen, easy to use
  • Xenon flash with automatic red-eye removal
  • Software for face recognition
  • Autofocus
  • Focal length: 5.9 mm (equivalent to 28mm to 35mm film format)
  • Figures F / Aperture: F2.8
  • The photo file formats: JPEG / EXIF
  • Zoom up to 2x (digital) for image
  • Zoom up to 3x (digital) for video
  • Secondary camera for video calling (VGA, 640 x 480 pixels)
  • Features favorite settings
  • Internal Memory: 16 GB
  • MicroSD memory card slot, hot swappable, up to 32GB
  • And More
And specification of the more interesting are:
Using a manual camera controls to adjust white balance, scene modes, exposure compensation, color shades, the viewfinder with grid, the sharpness, contrast, flash control, light sensitivity (ISO), the countdown time, face recognition

When viewed from the specifications and features - these features, Camera Nokia N8 very similar to digital SLR cameras. And one more thing that amazed me was the number F / aperture is F2.8, it's just the standard lens F3.5 DSLR. (in photography, a good lens is a lens that has a large aperture or a small F number, my photography teacher said as well). With a large memory capacity is also 16 GB, can store lots of photos. N8 Nokia phone is perfect if you want to buy new digital cameras and mobile phones at once, and can save your pocket.

Nokia N8 not only feature an amazing camera, but still a lot of features - other features such as VideoHD or HDTV, Music Player that can play for fifty hours, andthere are many exciting features on the Nokia N8 ,for details on Nokia 's official website.

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Online With Nokia C3

Nokia C3 managed to touch the figure of one million units sold in six months. This phone does have what is coveted mobile phone users in the country. Keypad QWRTY and social networking features Facebook and Twitter, which can be accessed directly in front of the screen so one of its flagship. Other, is the price that is more inclined than other Nokia phones QWRTY output. Because, this phone is priced only about one million only.

The two mainstay is apparently managed to make people more attracted. Opium social networking can be seen from the data Nokia. "The data show that access to Facebook and Twitter user accounts from applications Communities Nokia C3 is the largest worldwide, compared to access from a Nokia mobile phone in another country,"said Andrea Fachini, Head of Marketing at Nokia Indonesia.

Pund Atang warm welcome from Bob McDougall, Country Manager Nokia Indonesia, "Nokia C3 sales that exceeded one million, is one of real evidence warm welcome users in Indonesia terhadp Nokia consistent effort to meet evolving customer needs."

In cooperation with Telkomsel, Indosat and XL, Nokia also provides interesting data packet. Packet data services offered include Nokia Messaging Unlimited Data Plan (push email, chat, and socio-FB and Twitter). Especially for Telkomsel's customers are also available Ovi Ovi Data Plan to access the Store.

Canon EOS 1000D / Digital Rebel XS / Canon EOS Kiss Digital F

Canon EOS 1000D by Canon launched in mid 2008. Name Canon EOS 1000D is used marketing in the European region, while the Japan region known as the Canon EOS Rebel XS or Kiss Digital F.

Canon EOS 1000D already using Image Processor DIGIC III provides picture perfect and the pace of operational focus and better than previous processors. The camera is also equipped with Live View on the LCD so that we can see the object to be in shoot through the LCD.

Canon has now responded to this mounting pressure by launching a new model one tier below the 450D in its current lineup - the EOS 1000D. It shares bits and pieces with Rebels gone by and, depending from which angle you look at it, the new model is either a stripped down 450D or a 'reheated' 400D. It's a lower specification camera than the 450D, by every measure you might see listed on the shop shelf, but is not the huge step down that its market positioning might lead you to expect.

Specification of Canon EOS 1000D
  • 10.1-megapixel resoluti
  • Up to 3fps
  • CMOS sensor
  • Self-Cleaning Image Sensor
  • 7-point wide-area AF
  • DIGIC III Image Processor
  • 2.5 "LCD with Live View mode
  • Maximum Resolution 3888 x 2594
  • File Type Raw and JPEG file format
  • Type of Memory SD / SDHC
  • Battery Lithium-Ion LP-E5
  • Size 5.1 x 3.9 x 2.4 in.
  • Weight 502 9
  • Compitable lens with EF / EF-S and EX Speedlites
Conclusion by

Conclusion - Pros
  • Great results even with default settings
  • Good tonal response and dynamic range
  • Picture styles provides good control over image output (and prove consistent across models)
  • Typical Canon CMOS noise-free images, remain detailed even at high sensitivities
  • Optional High ISO NR removes all chroma noise without too much detail loss
  • Comprehensive bundled software adds to camera's value
  • Offers most features that a first-time users will find themselves needing
  • Reasonable battery life
  • ISO indication in viewfinder
  • Lots of external controls including ISO button give instant access to commonly changed functions
  • Contrast-detect focus in live view (though see cons, below)
  • Excellent fine-focus confirmation in live view
  • Live view can be controlled and viewed remotely
  • Configurable "My menu" system makes the interface fast and friendly
Conclusion - Cons
  • Continuous shooting ability in RAW very limited (small buffer and low speed)
  • Average automatic white balance performance, still very poor under incandescent light
  • Comparatively small viewfinder
  • Limited exposure compensation range (+/- 2.0 EV)
  • Live view only useful for specific applications
  • Contrast detect AF so slow it's only useful in a fixed tripod situation
  • Metering can overexpose when subjected to high-contrast conditions
  • Default JPEG output may be a little 'over processed' for some tastes (raw more flexible)
  • Flash must be up for AF assist lamp (although AF is good even in low light)
  • Automatic AF point selection unpredictable (use center AF, it's safer)
  • Small, awkward grip and inconveniently-placed Exp comp. button
  • Auto Lighting Optimizer has limited effect
  • No mass storage USB support
  • No IR remote
Overall conclusion
Having helped create the 'affordable' DSLR, Canon has taken a while to respond to the latest, comparatively wallet-friendly offerings from the likes of Nikon and Sony. The 1000D is a pretty convincing response - it does just about everything it needs to do, and everything it does, it does well. It can produce great images at any of its ISO settings and, viewed as a whole, makes a great first DSLR.

Cameras are not just the product of engineering, they are also the result of marketing considerations - creating a product people will want to buy at a price they find attractive. The result is that many cameras in this market segment are shorn of some of the features of their big brothers in the name of 'product differentiation.' It's a reality that can upset some people (often the owners of more expensive cameras), but we, like the marketers, need to consider whether the removed features will have an impact on the buyer the camera is aimed at. For example, it's been a Canon tradition to miss spot metering off its least expensive DLSR. This is annoying (it's certainly a more useful feature than the bracketing function removed from the baby Nikons), and worth highlighting but probably not a big issue for the majority of users.

In every other respect, Canon seems to have gently toned-down the specification so that it rates slightly less well in all the metrics that appear on shop shelf tags - pixel count, continuous shooting speed, number of AF points and screen size. The only one of these to have any real impact on the user experience is the continuous shooting speed, which has been pruned back a little far. If you regularly find yourself shooting bursts of images, you're going to have to look elsewhere.

The 1000D is a difficult camera to judge while its price still hasn't adjusted to a realistic market level, as it's not a camera that stands out enough from its competitors to justify a major price difference. However, ergonomic foibles aside, it's a solid little camera that is easy to use and produces consistently good images across all of its sensitivity settings. That's the thing that most people will be looking for from this camera, and it's what Canon has traditionally been very good at.

Canon's lead of the entry-level market has slipped in recent years (in certain markets) and the 1000D doesn't stand out from the competition as much as previous models. It's certainly a safe bet and one of the most consistent offerings in the sector (it has few annoying quirks or niggling loose ends) and its all-round competance, excellent high ISO performance and class-leading image quality will win it a lot of friends.


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