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Windows Mobile with G-Sensor / accelerometer / tilt sensor
Games that work by tilting your phone and require no buttons to be pressed are highly addictive, for example Resco Bubbles, a game that requires you to move your phone around to control a ball on the screen. To play these type of games, your phone must have a G sensor built-in, listed below are some of the popular phones with Accelerometer: HTC Touch HD Samsung i900 Omnia HTC Touch Diamond HTC Touch Pro HTC Touch Diamond 2 HTC Touch Pro 2 Samsung Omnia II (I8000) Must have apps ;) HTC Light Saber ......
Posted On Sunday, December 6, 2009 12:52 AM | Comments (64)
3G and 2G mobile networks performance and coverage in UK and US
Sometimes it's hard to tell which mobile network offers the best internet browsing experience whilst you are on the move as mobile network operators try their best to keep secret information about their infrastructure, base stations locations etc. Here are some resources giving some evidence of service levels and coverage of major network operators such as AT&T,Sprint and Verizon Wireless in the US and Orange, O2, T-mobile/3, Vodafone in the UK. UK Ofcom coughs 3G coverage maps article: http://www.theregister.co.u... ......
Posted On Sunday, July 12, 2009 7:56 AM | Comments (7)
HSDPA (High Speed Downlink Packet Access) by Q3 2006
The Register has reported that O2 will roll out HSDPA across its national 3G networks by Q3 2006 Excerpt: HSDPA upgrades 3G to improve the network's data performance, taking downloads speeds up to 1.4Mbps in its current form, though O2 is looking to improved data rates that should push 3.6Mbps by the time the technology goes live outside the Isle of Man. Upload speeds should hit 384Kbps from today's 128Kbps. Come early 2008, and the download speed is set to rise to 7.3Mbps before hitting 10.2Mbps ......
Posted On Thursday, November 10, 2005 8:29 AM | Comments (0)



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