Why You Need Mobile Phone Insurance

You might have noticed that the last time you bought a new mobile phone your phone plan carrier offered to sign you up for a mobile phone insurance plan. You might have scoffed to yourself saying, “I’m careful with my electronic devices. I don’t need this expensive insurance policy”, but did you know that with the recent rise in mobile phone thefts across the UK you may be at greater risk now than ever before for having your mobile phone stolen from you? If you have an expensive Android, BlackBerry, or iPhone smartphone, like many of us, due to the cost, it has probably become your primary mode of communication. So what do you do when you can’t afford to replace your phone and it suddenly goes “missing?” Well Here’s...

iPhone – Helpful Guidelines for First Time Users

When you have an iPhone you respect it more than your mobile. This wonderful device is connecting persons to the outside world. It makes you able to stay connected to your Internet Networking sites. It as a way to keep you entertained, connected and knowledgeable. Getting a charge out of your iPhone and then keeping it is as modest as following these guidelines. Attach the device to a power outlet. Wait 10 minutes and attempt running it on by pressing wake key for 5 seconds. If that proves out to be unsuccessful, try charging on another power outlet. If you still can’t power the device it might have a hardware issue. You can see things up really close. You would see big letters. The screen would seem to change on the display. Tap two times on screen with...

The Biggest Blogger Camp is here. Where are You?

For a fraternity of bloggers, who mostly work from the confinements of their homes, it is a tad bit difficult keep up with the latest developments of the community. That is when the idea of a pan India convention comes in where all the bloggers can meet up and discuss on new ideas for development. The WordCamp is such a pan India convention where, bloggers, designers and developers; amateur and professional meet up annually to discuss new idea and feedbacks. If you are a blogger and still do not know about WordCamp then let me do the honours. What is WordCamp? WordCamp is a blogger convention. This is an amazing opportunity for all the bloggers and developers to meet up physically and discuss their new ideas and learn from the big players of the game. This...

Here Is What a DVD Ripper Should be Like

Recently I found out about the latest version (V5.5.0) of the WinX DVD Ripper. It was released pretty recently, as recently as Oct.26, 2011. I have used some format of DVD ripper or another since forever. The first time I needed a DVD ripper was when the host of a birthday party gave us a DVD of the birthday party I had attended. And I wanted to extract a part of it to share with my friends on Facebook. That is when I realized that getting one part of a DVD out is not the easiest thing in the world. Thank God for DVD rippers. They can help you extract parts of a video and also occasionally help you edit it. But there was always one problem. All the DVD rippers that I came across were highly inferior. Some generated a poor output. Others took too damn long to get...

Now LIFETIME validity can Last only for 20 days

As per the news published on Dainik Bhaskar, Trai has implemented a new rule for lifetime SIM. According to the new rule llifetime validity of your SIM card can be terminated if any call received or made from the number within 20 days. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India had silently introduced the new rule three months ago but there has been no public notice regarding the new rule till date. Previously, customers were given a period of 180 days before the services were terminated for non-use. Either a recharge or an incoming or outgoing call within 180 days allowed the customers to keep their services intact. Later in 2010, the period was reduced to 90 days. Public Relations Officer (PRO) of TRAI Yogendra Srivastava said people are using more than one SIM...

TRAI releases Telecom Report for the month of June

As per the latest TRAI report for month of june 2011, the number of telephone subscribers in India has increased from 874.68 to 885.99 million, thereby registering a growth rate of 1.29%. The share of Urban Subscriber has marginally declined to 66.36% from 66.38% where as share of Rural Subscribers has marginally increased from 33.62% to 33.64%. With this, the overall Tele-density in India increased to 73.97 at the end of June, 2011 as compared with 73.11 of the previous month. Wirless Segment: Total Wireless subscriber base increased from 840.28 Million in May 2011 to 851.70 Million at the end of June 2011, registering a growth of 1.36%.  The share of Urban Subscriber has marginally decreased to 66.00% from 66.02% where as share of Rural Subscribers has...