Friday, August 14, 2009

China Mobile Expecting 80 Million 3G Subscribers by 2011

China Mobile is expected to have up to 80 million subscribers to its 3G network within the next two years, said China's Minister of Industry and Information Technology, Li Yizhong. The company is rolling out a network based on the home-grown TD-SCDMA standard, while its rival networks are allowed to use the international WCDMA and CDMA formats.

According to a report by the Dow Jones Newswire, while speaking at a news briefing, Li acknowledged the domestic standard isn't as developed as its more mature international rivals, but said he is confident in its commercial development.

The claim of 80 million subscribers by 2011 is lower than a prediction made earlier this year of 100 million subscribers by 2011 from Lu Dongfeng, vice-president of Datang Telecom Technology, a provider of TD-SCDMA products.

Lou Qinjian, vice-minister of industry and information technology, also earlier told the official China Daily news agency that TD-SCDMA subscribers in China are expected to reach 10 million by the end of this year.

China Mobile is spending around US$8.6 billion during 2009 on rolling out its 3G network. The company aims to deploy some 60,000 base stations in 238 cities this year

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Location, Geography, & Climate

Papua New Guinea BeachHuli ManPapua New Guinea occupies the eastern half of the rugged tropical island of New Guinea(which it shares with the Indonesian territory of Irian Jaya) as well as numerous smaller islands and atolls in the Pacific. The central part of the island rises into a wide ridge of mountains known as the Highlands, a territory that is so densely forested and topographically forbidding that the island's local peoples remained isolated from each other for millennia. The coastline is liberally endowed with spectacular coral reefs, giving the country an international reputation for scuba diving. The smaller island groups of Papua New Guinea include the Bismarck Archipelago, New Britain, New Ireland and the North Solomons. Some of these islands are volcanic, with dramatic mountain ranges, and all are relatively undeveloped.

Papua MapNearly 85 percent of the main island is carpeted with tropical rain forest, containing vegetation that is a combination of Asian and Australian species. The country is also home to an impressive variety of exotic birds, including virtually all of the known species of birds of paradise, and it is blessed with more kinds of orchids than any other country.

Papua New Guinea's climate is tropical, as one would expect in a country located just south of the Equator. December to March is the wet season, although occasional rain falls year-round. While Port Moresby, the capital, and other towns on the coast are quite hot in the summer months, temperatures are considerable cooler in the Highlands. July, August, and September are the best months for trekking vacations.

History and People

Huli PeopleThe first inhabitants of Papua New Guinea, probably migrants from the Indonesian archipelago, arrived about 50,000 years ago. These migrants arrived in several waves, and the land that they encountered had a remarkable effect on cultural development. Because New Guinea's terrain is marked by imposing mountains and extremely rugged territory, different population groups developed in virtual isolation. Each group developed its own language and its own tribal culture, a development that gives Papua New Guinea one of the world's most diverse and fascinating cultural landscapes.

New Guinea MAs FEstivalThe first contact with the island by Europeans occurred in the early 16th century, when the Portuguese explorer Jorge de Meneses sighted the country and named it Ilhas dos Papuas (Land of the Fuzzy-Haired People). However, it wasn't until the mid-1800's that European missionaries and traders began to settle on the island, and even those few settlers limited their presence mostly to the accessible coastal areas. Over the next several decades Papua New Guinea was claimed by the Germans, the British, and the Dutch, but it came under the control of Australia after World War One. The inland Highland region, thought to be too inhospitable for habitation, wasn't even explored until the 1930s. Astoundingly, European explorers in search of gold instead discovered over one million people, living in fertile mountain valleys and in cultures that hadn't changed since the Stone Age. By the 1960s there had emerged a significant independence movement in the country, and in 1975, after a brief period of internal autonomy, Papua New Guinea declared its full independence.

Papua New Guinea Island HouseThe people can be divided into four ethnic groups: New Guineans (from the north of the main island), Papuans (from the south), Highlanders, and Islanders. There is, however, considerable cultural variation within each of these groups. The peoples of the south coast were notorious for headhunting and cannibalism before the arrival of the Europeans. Many people still live in small villages and follow traditional tribal customs. Although English is the official language in schools and government, almost 800 distinct languages are spoken in the islands.


Transport in Papua New Guinea is in many cases heavily limited by the mountainous terrain. The capital, Port Moresby, is not linked by road to any of the other major towns and many highland villages can only be reached by light aircraft or on foot.

Air travel is the single most important form of transport in Papua New Guinea. Aeroplanes made it possible to open up the country during its early colonial period. Even today the two largest cities, Port Moresby and Lae, are only directly connected by planes.

Jacksons International Airport is the major international airport in Papua New Guinea, located 5 miles from Port Moresby.

As of 1999, Papua New Guinea has a total of 19,600 km of all weather highway, of which only 686 km is sealed. Where there are roads there are many privately operated Public Motor Vehicles (PMVs), mostly minivans, which function as unscheduled buses. In 2001, the Philippines government had given PNG several jeepney units for Papuan citizens to use.

The longest road in the country is the Highlands Highway which links Lae and Madang to the Highlands region. The Boluminski Highway links Kavieng and Namatanai in New Ireland Province. A highway linking Wewak in East Sepik Province and Vanimo in West Sepik Province was completed in September 2007. The Kiunga-Tabubil Highway is a privately maintained road that links highland communities in the Western Province.

Papua New Guinea has no major railways, but some mine sites have disused tracks. During the period of German colonial control at the start of the 20th century numerous plantation railways had been constructed in German New Guinea. These were built near the settlements of Madang and Rabaul.[2] After the fall of German New Guinea to the Australians in the First World War the railways ran into disrepair.

In September 2007 a mining company has proposed to build a new railway to link the coast with a copper-molybdenum at Yandera mine in Madang province.

New Garmin GPS Receivers: nüvi 1200, 1250, 1260T, 1300, 1350, 1370T, 1390T

Garmin has announced a new series of seven GPS receivers that will be released this coming May, 2009. We provide a quick look at the features and specifications on these models, so you can decide whether or not it's worth jumping on these new devices.

The Garmin nüvi 1200 Series

The 1200 series of Garmin nüvi GPS receivers includes the 1200 model, the 1250 model, and the 1260T model, all of which have 3.5-inch standard LCD displays. These models have manufacturer's suggested retail prices between $199 and $299, and are aimed at consumers who wish to have a pleasant navigational experiment but do not require a lot of the frills and other bonus features that tend to drive up price tags. Those can be found on the 1300 series.

The simplest, the nüvi 1200 has the basic features one would expect from a modern GPS receiver: text-to-speech functionality, and basic map support for the continental United States. The 1250 model expands the map to all of North America. The 1260T model pushes the upper end by including not only Bluetooth wireless functionality, but also free lifetime traffic updates via NAVTEQ. That's right, no subscription fee necessary.

The Garmin nüvi 1300 Series

The Garmin nüvi 1300 series of GPS receivers includes the 1300, 1350, 1370T, and 1390T, all of which feature 4.3-inch widescreen LCD displays. These are the higher end models, though the 1300 model is the same price as the nüvi 1250, and the 1350 is the same price as the nüvi 1260T. Their different feature sets, namely the display type but also, in the case of the 1260T, traffic functionality, accounts for this.

The 1300 and 1350 are basic widescreen models: the former includes map coverage of the lower 48 states, the latter includes all of North America. It's not until the 1370T that things become interesting. The 1370T includes free lifetime traffic coverage from NAVTEQ, lane assist for more precise road navigation, and map coverage of North America and Europe, widening its scope of usefulness. The 1390T tops things off with realistic visual presentations of upcoming intersections and junctions, known as "Junction View," to prepare drivers for confusing twists coming up along the road.

CityXplorer and ecoRoute

Both the 1200 and 1300 series GPS receivers support two new features that hope to address the concerns of modern travelers. The CityXplorer functionality allows owners to download special CityXplorer maps for their device (at a cost of $10 - $15 per city), which enable the receiver to plot routes through urban environments via walking and public transportation, not just driving.

The ecoRoute feature provides routes for drivers that use less fuel, and a Fuel and Mileage Report that keeps users up to date on their consumption.

Toshiba TG01

Toshiba TG01 - live it
Welcome to the mobile future. Combining cutting-edge features with a massive 4.1 inch touchscreen, the Toshiba TG01 is a seriously high-tech phone. Toshiba TV technology gives you a quality cinematic experience in the palm of your hand, while the powerful 1GHz processor ensures your gaming and internet applications run smoothly. This slim-line and feature packed phone will revolutionise your mobile world.

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Samsung Preston S5630

Sentuhan lengkap dan sempurna

Pengguna boleh menentukan operasinya mengikut kehendak.

SETELAH tampil dengan beberapa model telefon bimbit sentuhan intuitif sebelum ini, Samsung terus mengorak langkah cemerlang menerusi pengenalan model terbaru, Samsung Preston S5630.

Dilengkapi dengan skrin sesentuh penuh QVGA 2.8 inci, model tersebut mengaplikasikan antara muka TouchWiz v1.0 yang membenarkan pengguna menentukan sendiri operasinya mengikut kehendak mereka.

Menerusi kelebihan tersebut, pengguna akan dapat mengakses aplikasi kegemaran mereka dengan cara leret dan letak pada skrin utama.

Untuk pengalaman pelayaran Internet terbaik pula, model tersebut dilengkapi dengan sambungan HSDPA 7.2 Mbps selain sensor accelerometer untuk fungsi putaran paparan secara automatik.

Ia turut dibangunkan bersama teknologi Gesture Unlock iaitu untuk memudahkan pengguna membuka kekunci telefon dengan hanya melukis karakter tertentu yang telah dipilih terlebih dahulu pada permukaan skrin menggunakan jari.

Aplikasi keseronokan multimedianya diperkukuhkan dengan kehadiran kamera 3.2 megapiksel bersama fungsi canggih shot senyuman dan juga shot panorama automatik.

Selaras dengan kehendak pengguna yang mahukan saluran permainan muzik tanpa kompromi, model berkenaan didatangkan dengan ciri perkhidmatan pencarian dan pengecaman muzik Shazam.

Menerusinya, pengguna boleh mencari muzik kegemaran mereka secara maya dengan merekodkan muzik tersebut kepada pelayan Shazam.

Selepas itu, pengguna dengan mudahnya akan dapat menjejaki trek lagu berkenaan menggunakan maklumat seperti tajuk lagu, penyanyi atau kulit album.

Kelebihan lainnya, ia menyokong fail multimedia berformat MPEG4 dan WMV yang dapat mengurangkan bunyi bising atau gangguan.

Bagi memastikan storannya mampu menyokong simpanan pelbagai fail pula, Samsung Preston S5630 mempunyai memori binaan dalam 80 megabait (MB) selain slot kad microSD lapan gigabait (GB).

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