marți, 15 noiembrie 2011
15TH NOVEMBER 2011 by AAYUSH ARYA
Google has announced a way for owners of wireless networks to opt out of being indexed by its location database by appending “_nomap” to their network’s name (SSID), according to a post on the Official Google Blog.
The Google Location Server maintains an index of known wireless networks across the world, each one associated with its location. Mobile phones and other devices can use this data to calculate the user’s approximate location if they do not have GPS onboard or can simply make do with imprecise location data—the upside being that it’s faster and more power-efficient. READ THE FULL ARTICLE: TheNextWeb
By: Gary Johnson | November 15, 2011
The BlackBerry line of smartphones has taken quite a knock in recent times with many consumers favoring the iPhone or Android platform. What was once the darling of the business users is now more likely to be in the hands of teenagers now. This isn’t stopping RIM bringing out some desirable looking new handsets to the table though. Today the BlackBerry Bold 9790 and Curve 9380 get wraps taken off officially by RIM.
Both devices have been speculated about for ages now, and according to Electronista both of them will be available on various carriers globally in the coming weeks. First up we have the premium looking BlackBerry Bold 9790 that is powered by a single core 1GHz processor. It comes with 8GB of inbuilt RAM, while a microSD card port can boost this up by an additional 32GB. READ THE FULL ARTICLE: ProductReviews