[$12.5 Billion] Google Buys Motorola to Power Android!

Google has recently announced that it has acquired the mobile maker Motorola. This acquisition is valued at $12.5 billion. Google has bought Motorola with an eye towards powering Android. I guess they feel having a mobile manufacturer in their portfolio would make them less reliant on other manufacturers. Here is a quote from Google’s blog […]

Preview Websites on Smart Phones using Mobilizer

Mobile internet usage has increased drastically after the introduction of smart phones and that’s why website owners take extra care by modifying their site specially for mobiles. But how does your website look in their mobile? Enter Mobilizer, an Adobe air app which can preview any website in various smart phones including iPhone, Blackberry, HTC […]

MySmartPrice – Check Cheapest Price For Mobiles Phones And Books

When it comes to looking up a new mobile phone or a book online, the first thing we look for is how to get the cheapest deal for it. Also rather than looking up individual sites and their listings, it would be really nice to look up and compare prices at one place. With MySmartPrice […]

[ALERT] Vodafone Mobile Balance Transfer Trick

If you have a pre-paid account there is a very good chance that you will be familiar with this situation where you need just Rs.20 more of balance to make or continue that one important call. 🙂 Vodafone has a feature which allows people to transfer Balance from one phone to another. I came across […]

Mobikwik: Recharging any mobile connection made simple

Couple of days ago I came across Mobikwik, a website that allows you to recharge or top-up any mobile phone’s balance in India. It covers all major telecom operators like Airtel, Reliance, Tata Indicom, BSNL and Vodafone along with smaller operators in India. That is almost 300 million potential mobile phone users in India. There […]

One Common Charger for all Mobile Phones in Europe

Life is soon to become a lot easier for Europeans with universal mobile phone chargers. European Commission and companies like Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Motorola, Apple, Samsung and Research in Motion have struck a deal on developing a charger that fits all.

This means that manufacturers would now start using micro-USB connections for phone chargers used for smartphones and users will not have to worry about looking for the “right” charger for their handsets.