Mozilla's CEO Gary Kovacs broke the silence on their new innovation of Mobile OS during the Dive Into Mobile conference today.
Mozilla, the nonprofit foundation behind the Firefox browser, is bringing its engineering acumen to bear on a new mobile operating system, Firefox
According to CEO, the launch will start in 5 countries in June and 11 more by the end of the year. “We plan to hit Venezuela, Poland, Brazil, Portugal and Spain. … We’ll hit the U.S. in 2014.”
He said they are starting in emerging markets where Firefox is particularly strong.
Some of the features of Firefox OS:-
The Dual-SIM iPhone case is special enough that it allows you to switch between either one of two SIM cards at the touch of a button. The iPhone Case is like some kind of action video game character; storming around with not one, but two SIMs, capable of flicking between them at the touch of a button.
Perfect for travellers, businesspeople and international men/women of mystery, this case lets you dual-wield two SIM cards, while still providing stylish iPhone protection. There’s no software needed, you simply insert your SIM cards into the case and clip it onto your iPhone 4/4S. The clever design allows you to alternate between them with a flick of a switch, meaning no more annoying fiddling about.
Maybe you’re flying into a new country, or you’re heading home from work. Maybe you’ve just got so many friends you need more than one SIM card to hold them all. Either way, this sleek and sturdy case will keep your iPhone safe, and all your calls fiddle-free.
Get one at only $29.9 USD.
Ooh did i say 5GB of data FREE cloud storage?....ooh yes but for only those with Galaxy SIII. SugarSync has been added to Samsung's AllShare Play service. The SugarSync was first added to Samsung Internet-connected Smart TVs in January and will now be featured on all Samsung devices with AllShare Play.
AllShare Play allows users to search for and play video, photo, and music files across all enabled PCs, TVs, and mobile devices. With the addition of SugarSync, users without a cloud-storage service can sign up for SugarSync and store up to 5GB of data for free, without leaving AllShare Play.
Beyond 5GB, pricing plans jump to $4.99 per month for 30GB, $9.99 for 60GB, and $14.99 each month for 100GB of storage. A 250GB or 500GB plan is also available, for $24.99 and $39.99 per month, respectively.
According to SugarSync CEO Laura Yecies, the Galaxy S III integration "a natural progression," providing Samsung mobile AllShare Play users with a way to share content with family and friends.
The Galaxy S III also comes with the Amazon Kindle app, Media and Music Hub, and Samsung Memo (memo-pad), Suggest (magazine-style app guide), and Voice (speech commands) features. Each carrier's model has its own built-ins, as well, though that list will depend on the service provider.
MightyText is an android app that lets users send and receive SMS text messages on virtually any computer or tablet. This app was developed by pair of former Google workers Maneesh Arora and Amit Sangani that easily synchronizes your phone's texts and calls to your computer in real-time.
The free MightyText app is available in Google Play for smartphones running Android 2.2 or above. To access the service, you'll also need to install a Web browser plug-in from the www.mightytext.net for Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or IE9.
Once you install the app and plug-in, all your messages will be automatically synched to your phone and your PC. The service will also pop-up an alert on your computer when you're receiving an incoming call. It then securely stores and organizes all texts, picture messages, and phone calls in a searchable format.
The app synchs with your existing Android number instead of requiring a new set of digits. Another positive is that MightyText will not result in any additional charges on your phone bill. Your carrier will simply charge you as if you sent an SMS message from your phone.
The developer duo behind MightyText, Maneesh Arora and Amit Sangani, launched the service in beta last year as a Chrome extension called Texty. It quickly gained popularity, garnering some 250,000 users who were sending more than 2 million messages every day, according to TechCrunch. Thanks to the success of the Chrome extension, the duo raised $650,000 in funding to build the new mobile app.
The app does have some limitations, however. Because the service works through SMS, unlike iMessage, which utilizes data, it won't work while using Wi-Fi internationally or on a plane, Engadget pointed out. Users will also need a texting plan and a good cellular signal for the service to work.
YES, with lots of rumors of Apple's iPhone 5 being one of the top norch smartphones coming out soon, there has been a new feature added in called AIRDROP.
AirDrop is the new added feature in iphone that lets you send files wirelessly to anyone around you without any required set-up or special settings. With AirDrop, your iOS device automatically discovers other people nearby who are also using this feature.
You can simply share a file and drag it to someone else’s name in your address book, and presto, once accepted, the file transfers directly to the person’s downloads folder.
With AirDrop you do not require to be on the same Wi-Fi network with whom your sharing content/files with; you just have to be nearby and your iOS device must have a recent or modern Wi-Fi hardware.
Apple gadget lovers have detected easy share of content between iPhones, iPads, and Mac computers easily.
If the rumor turns out to be true, the AirDrop feature on the new iPhone 5 will truly be a cool, nifty, and very helpful addition on iPhone 5.