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Best mobile phones to play games

Posted by | January 29, 2014 | Uncategorized

There are things that change the way you interact with technology; one of the newest ways in which you can see this is with our smartphones. Now you can access any kind of information that you want, whenever you want, through the use of the internet. This is great for things like restaurant recommendations as you can check other people’s ratings before you even step inside or you can check the price of something online to make sure you are getting a fair price in a shop. All of this and much more make smartphones as successful as they currently are, as well as the companies that make them and improve them. One major thing that people look to be able to do on their phones these days is play games, especially in a post online casino world being able to play casino games is important to a lot of people.

It is lucky then that there are so many different phones to choose from then as this means that you will always be able to find a phone that is best for you. In order to find a phone though it is a little more work than it used to be, you should think about what you want the phone to be able to do and how much you want to spend on it before researching what is best. A couple of great choices are the iPhone 5 by Apple and the Galaxy S4 by Samsung as these are both very powerful phones.

But if you get a modern phone chances are that you will be able to play casino games on them at sites like http://www.mobilecasino.co.nz, no matter if they are slightly older such as the iPhone 3GS or brand new such as the Nexus 7 this should be possible. With every phone having a browser now you can simply go online and play mobile versions of your favourite games on the mobile version of your favourite sites.

In the recession, individuals and companies are looking for ever greater value-for-money in their purchases, and thinking more carefully before spending their scarce dollars. It’s increasingly common for them to search the Web to research suitable products or services before they commit to purchase. So, it’s really important to reach them effectively on your website.

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UMTS system uses the same old concept used in GSM and GPRS to protect the user identity over the service link. This is achieved by providing temporary identity to mask the true identity. There are two types of temporary identity used:

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The telecom industry is characterized by a high level of competition among service providers, decreasing ARPUs, focus on value added services apart from voice based to increase revenue. Considering the present market situation it is obvious that the “one size fits all” does not work in our pricing problem. There are certain pricing models on telecommunications but they could serve more the customer specifications and requirement and will enable us to have an competitive edge our competitors.

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Read My Lips

At the 1988 Republican National Convention, George HW Bush, then a candidate for the presidency, spoke the famous line “Read My Lips: No New Taxes”. Unfortunately for Bush, he did not read his own lips, raised taxes during his first term to reduce the national budget deficit, and subsequently lost his bid for reelection.

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Last weekend, we were hanging pictures while moving my daughter into her college dorm when the question of the day was asked again – “is that straight”? Of course, six pairs of eyes were needed to survey the top of the poster, compare it to the horizontal line in the ceiling, and then all announce different conclusions – higher to the right, no lower on the left – until a voice of reason emerged. “Let me get out my level app”. Lo and behold, the iPhone came out, the level app appeared, and there was no longer any question if the picture was straight. Wow, another dorm crisis solved.

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The international roaming service is bringing greater profits for mobile operators, and currently comprises 10% – 18% of European mobile operators’ business revenue. Nevertheless, as the demand for lower tariffs for international roaming becomes more pervasive, major mobile operators are beginning to research methods globally for providing the lowest international roaming tariffs, while delivering services that are similar to those of a home network. This, of course, is under the precondition that operators’ business revenue remains ensured.

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Mobile Number portability (MNP) enables mobile subscribers to change their service providers or their location without having to change their existing phone numbers. This means that if the subscribers are not satisfied with the services of their service provider, they can change their service provider while retaining the existing phone number.

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I clearly remember when my previous employer was referring to Telecom churn as a disease that should be treated as a Flu. As happens with today’s Flu A (H1N1) where most of the prevention messages come from the ability to detect and treat it correctly, Telecom churn should be firstly understood, then detected and finally treated.

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In a recent article I wrote about mobile software applications that could physically move objects. Here is another example for you to ponder from Telemetrics. This is how they describe themselves, “We deliver cost-effective wireless communication and control solutions for a wide range of distribution automation and power reliability applications.” One of their products is called Monitor and Control Reclosures. It uses small monitors with wireless communications equipment to remotely report on equipment status. The most intriguing part though is mentioned below in feature #2, Here is what it does:

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There are a lot of business and technical issues to consider when you are developing a mobile software application or VAS. I have a lot of personal experience in this area and have documented much of it in over 475 articles. Here are a few samples for your reference that are especially relevant.

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There is a new category of mobile software applications for Smart Phones and handheld computers that physically move things. I love it!!! Zip Car, a rental car service, allows you to use your iPhone to both find and unlock the rental car. Zip Car’s business model is they park their rental cars around a metropolitan area and people can register and pay for the rental online, then they are provided with a list of locations where these cars are parked near them. Once there, they can enter their rental code into their iPhone and the Zip Car is unlocked for them.

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This article describes the value that mobile software applications on handheld computers, Smart Phones and PDAs can provide businesses:

  1. Eliminate time spent in the re-typing data collected in the field.
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Signaling System No.7 (SSN7)

ITU-T’s Signaling System No.7 (SSN7) has been implemented near by world wide as the signaling system for the Digital Trunk Networks (DTNs). CCITT Rec.Q.700 states that the over all objective of SSN7 is to provide an internationally standardized general purpose Common Channel Signaling (CCS) system that:

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The 3G Vision

Posted by | May 21, 2013 | 3G

In the 1990s, the International Telecommunication Union – Telecommunication Standardization Section (ITU-T) began work on a vision of the future for public land mobile telecommunications systems. The resulting product was called International Mobile Telecommunications-2000 (IMT-2000). As an aside, the “2000″ was added to imply that these services would be available around the year 2000. But these services became available during 2002.

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Job Alerts are the best way to help Jobseekers find the most relevant jobs.We understand that websites seek traffic so as to give themselves a good ranking in the Search Engines, but we ,as a job-board are interested more in helping the Community find better careers rather than having them visit us again and again to see no relevant jobs suiting their needs.

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The first ever open source platform for network management and optimisation is now available for free. An alpha release of AWE is available for download with the following applications

Is Open Source the ANSWER?

Posted by | May 21, 2013 | Technology

As a professional, an employee, a business owner we all have at some point in our work used software. For enterprise software we (or the IT department) in most cases have to purchase it from a software vendor. So in your experience what are the issues in purchasing enterprise software? I have listed my personal bad experience below:

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I have been constantly asked the same questions lately, why did we choose to open source our software and platform? The answer is as simple as we are revolutionizing the network management and optimisation sector… although that is not what you want to know, isn’t it?

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It is known that in the last few years the bandwidth demand per user has increased drastically, mainly driven by the new services that require higher throughput to achieve the needed Quality of Service (QoS), in order to let the users have a good experience.

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Originally Digital Divide was the term used to define the socioeconomic difference from the people who has access to Internet and those who has not.

Nowadays, the term is most widely used to define such difference not only limited to the broadband access to Internet, but includes the Information and Communications Technologies in general, such as mobile phones, notebooks, PDAs, handhelds, and so on.

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In recent weeks we have seen several important announcements regarding the launch of mobile applications in Latin America:

Energy consumption is one of the leading drivers of operating expenses for both fixed and mobile network operators. Reliable access to electricity is limited in many developing countries that are currently the high-growth markets for telecommunications.

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The recent evolution of telecommunications technology has paved the way for m-advertising to become an increasingly important element in the marketing mix in the coming years. Despite all the attention paid to m-advertising, only a few operational models have provided useful insights into this area. This may derive from the fact that the m-advertising market is in its infancy.

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I’m blogging just after participating in an important workshop in an African mobile operator where we are supporting them to redifine the pricing strategy towards acquisition & ARPU stimulation in the prepaid segment.

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