Now you can get offical version of Apple iPhone in India. Vodafone set to offer the Apple iPhone to its subscribers in India before 2008-end.
Vodafone is all set to offer Apple’s iPhone in India and other countries such as Australia, the Czech Republic, Egypt, Greece, Italy, Portugal, New Zealand, South Africa and Turkey will also be able to purchase the iPhone for use on the Vodafone network.
This is great news for all fan boys. The iPhone combines three amazing products a mobile phone, a wide screen iPod and a breakthrough internet device into one small, lightweight, hand-held device with the best e-mail ever on a mobile phone. It allows for full screen web browsing, multi touch screen and applications such as Google maps. The latest software update can now allow you to customize up to 9 home screen pages anyway you like.
Vodafone set to offer Apple’s iPhone in India (image credit: wikipedia)
I hate POP3 as I routinely check my e-mail using multiple computers / devices such as mobile / pda etc.
Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP), lets you download messages from Gmail’s servers onto your computer so you can access your mail with a program like Microsoft Outlook Express, Mozilla Thunderbird or Apple Mail, even when you aren’t connected to the Internet.
IMAP creates a constant connection between mail clients (desktop and/or mobile) and Gmail. Unlike POP, IMAP offers two-way communication between your web Gmail and your email client(s). This means when you log in to Gmail using a web browser, actions you perform on email clients and mobile devices (ex: putting mail in a ‘work’ folder) will instantly and automatically appear in Gmail (ex: it will already have a ‘work’ label on that email).
In addition, IMAP provides a better method to access your mail from multiple devices. If you check your email at work, on your mobile phone, and again at home, IMAP ensures that new mail is accessible from any device at any given time.
Finally, IMAP offers a more stable experience overall. Whereas POP is prone to losing messages or downloading the same messages multiple times, IMAP avoids this through its two-way syncing capabilities between your mail clients and your web Gmail.
If you’re trying to decide between using POP and using IMAP with your Gmail account, Google recommend IMAP.
How do I enable GMAIL IMAP?
To enable IMAP in your Gmail account:
- Log in to your Gmail account.
- Click Settings at the top of any Gmail page.
- Click Forwarding and POP/IMAP.
- Select Enable IMAP.
Configure IMAP client
See this help section for more information.
The Global Positioning System aka GPS is the only fully functional Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS). It enables a GPS receiver to determine its location, speed/direction, and time. Now Mobile phone maker Samsung said on Tuesday it would launch its first-ever phone incorporating a Global Positioning System (GPS). The phone — called the i550 — will use the operating software of Britain’s Symbian and be available in Europe from November this year.
BBC has compiled very nice result of 100 things we didn’t know this time last year. Basically each week the Magazine picks out snippets from the news, and compiles them into 10 Things We Didn’t Know This Time Last Week. Here’s an end of year almanac. Here are my top six:
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