Archive for June, 2011

Nokia has confirmed the date of its Nokia World conference. 
News groups has reported that Nokia has confirmed the date for its London-based Nokia World conference.

The annual get together is happening on October 26, 2011.

According to multiple sources, Nokia says that it is still bang on schedule with its Windows Phone project, which means no delays and a device by the end of the year as promised by new head-honcho, Stephen Elop.

France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, England, and Spain will be getting the Nokia/Windows Phone first – those in the US will have to wait.

What we’re not sure of is what kind of specification the handsets will be packing.

Of course Nokia will need to make a statement of intent with these handsets, so we’re thinking big hardware (dual core processors), NFC, DLNA, 4G, 1GB of RAM, lots of storage, an awesome Carl Zeiss camera (8 or 12-megapixels) and a beautiful design.

If Nokia gets all these in, which we really hope it does, the ailing Finnish phone giant might just be able to turn around its fortunes. We’ve just got this sneaking suspicion that Nokia is going to play it safe – and by safe we mean 2010 specs.

Why? Simple, just look at the Nokia N9 – it’s hardly breathtaking in the specs department. Sure it’s got MeeGo, but is that enough? We don’t think so, and when you stack it up against the likes of the iPhone 4 and the Samsung Galaxy S2 it will, no doubt, pale in comparison.

Nonetheless, Nokia will be releasing 10 Windows Phone handsets in the coming 12 months.

At present though, no one really knows what the devices are going to be like – will they all have similar spec? Will some be better than others? How will Nokia differentiate the handsets?


Video conference on Skype

Posted: June 21, 2011 in Software

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Group video calling,feature is named by Skype team, bye which You can share, celebrate and collaborate from anywhere in the world. There’s so much you can do together over group video. It is really cool feature provided supported by Skype.

Ideal if you work from home, too. Simply add two or more people to a video call to get together face-to-face.

Group video calling can help you to build relationships and work effectively with colleagues, customers and clients from all over the world. Plus cutting down on travel means more time with loved ones at home.

Group video calls can be between three or more people (up to a maximum of 10). For the best quality, Skype recommend calls with up to five people.

How it Works:

What do you need?At work

At least one person on the call needs Skype Premium or a group video subscription from Skype Manager.

For everyone on the call to see video, each person needs:

that’s it, and its really simple 🙂

Last month Google officially announced its new project called Google Wallet. it is  an app that gives the posibility to pay with your Android phone. It Collaborates  with financial groups MasterCard, Sprint and Citi – and using MasterCard’s PayPass system. Google wallet will be released soon.

Google Wallet started its debut on the Nexus S, a Google phone available at Sprint with a further expansion to other Android devices too. This new project from Google is aimed at making it easier for you to pay for and save on the goods you want.

Try Studio for SharePoint risk-free

ComponentOne Studio for SharePoint’s 2011 v2 release is now available and it’s never been easier to try! Start with the Studio for SharePoint demo site: a public SharePoint 2010 site that contains a collection of sample pages showcasing our Web Parts. Visit the site, sign in, and interact as much as you like.

This growing collection of Web Parts make it possible to create useful data portals in minutes without code. Just install Studio for SharePoint & insert a ComponentOne Web Part onto your page. Sandbox versions are even available for those who would rather not install on the server!

The 2011 v2 release debuts:

New pivoting Web Part: OLAP for SharePoint

Software Development Kit for developers who would like to create extensions

Full Sandbox compatibility

New to the world of ComponentOne Web Parts?

Watch this short video. It introduces the Web Parts and reveals their value in less than 2 minutes…

Microsoft Previews “Mango” Release of Windows Phone

The next version of Windows Phone, codenamed Mango, will feature a number of new capabilities and enhancements, including integration with Microsoft cloud platforms and services like Office 365 and Windows Live Skydrive, and unified communications via Lync Mobile. Watch the video demonstrating the new features, and check out the Windows Phone for IT Pros blog for an overview of the new business features that make it easier to connect and communicate.