Monday, December 03, 2012

Galaxy Note 2 packed with computing power

Galaxy Note 2 has sold impressive 5 million units in 2 months, this powerhouse phablet has being put to test in a video feature by a user coldfustion, showcasing how Note 2 can extend it's processor capability as a PC, Turns out this phone performs very well in complimenting basic computing requirements.

With JellyBean updates to roll across most recent Samsung flagship devices it would get interesting to see how would it improve the overall performance of this device, working around with floating browser on the LED monitor is great for multi tasking. Google is also planning to strengthen it's Chromebook positioning in a fiercely competitive portable computing market, however with mobile phones flexing processing power muscles do netbooks and low cost portable laptops stand a chance to compete?

Check out the video below

Sunday, December 02, 2012

MobiBuzz Newsletter 1

News from mobile industry - What's buzzing?

What's The Best Strategy for monetizing mobile apps in India?

Check out this article from PCQuest which throws light on a discussion held at “Emerging era of mobility” panel at IT.Biz conference 2012, developer panel shared their views on how to take on the freemium model on a very strong Android platform in India.

Also take a look at some interesting statistics about mobile industry in India via the iShopper Mobile Trends Report here.

And check why 98% Indian traveller's are so into expressing their interests and opinions online about their travel experience.

Mobile phones have being known to cause relationship trouble not just between couples, but they are good enough to drive your friends away says a research report.

Did you Know! Texting is 20 years old now, The first SMS was sent on December 3, 1992, when a 22-year-old British engineer called Neil Papworth - an employee of the technology company Sema - used his computer to send the message "Merry Christmas" to an Orbitel 901 mobile phone.

Google Play inching in closer to iOS app store in 2012, however the trench of revenue earning potential is still a concern, check this article here.

There's a social networking app available for kids between age 5 - 13 years on iOS which goes by the name Everloop Goobit, read more about this here