Nokia 105 & 305 feature phones

So Nokia started of the event by saying “In 2012, Nokia made a very bold statement. When we introduced the Nokia Lumia 920 we declared it to be the world’s most innovative smartphone.” and then he added that Elop is talking up the Lumia 620 and the 820, mid- to low-range devices for Lumia. And he introduced 4 new devices
2 of them are feature phones the Nokia 105 and Nokia 301,and 2 lumia

The Nokia 301 is a “beautiful expression of personal choice,” says Ahtisaari, it will be available in various colors and a dual and single sim variant .
Some of the features of this phone are it has an HD voice(Which reduces background sound)
,The 301 looks like a really small Lumia. It has identical coloring to that particular range.
Nokia is pre-caching access to Facebook, YouTube, and Wikipedia on the Nokia 301.
Now,Nokia is taking camera innovations from its other devices and taking them down to the low-end.This is quite amazing, Nokia is also introducing a self portrait assistant, it’s voice guided.

Another quite cool feature,Nokia is bringing Slam to the 301 too. Using bluetooth, and slamming the phones together it will allow you to share photos without pairing

Well that all for Nokia 301,Now they are talking about Nokia 105

Ahtisaari says this is the phone that will be able to address the 2.7 billion people who don’t have a cellphone yet,On the side note I don’t think these phones will do well against The Indian Micromax what’s your take guys..Nokia 105 costs 15 euors(roughly 1.1k)
It also has amazing battery life, he says. The phone has been left on for two weeks, and still has most of its battery life,He adds that you can charge once a month

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Views of Norway

By biotope on Instagram with #visitnorway #snowjob #Kiberg #vardø #varanger #arctic #norway #visitnorway

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Whats wrong with Homeshop18?

From the past few days i have been checking out Homsshop18 mobile section,and they are offering some heavy discounts.

Maxium that other retailers offer is 500Rs-1k Max 2k But not a wooping 4k-8k..Either HS18 is cheating the public by selling faultly phones or either they’re closing down or maybe they are to generous and are giving so nice discounts.But mind you this is gona cost them a lot, it will surely give them huge losses.



Seriously? Yesterday a 28k phone LG 4X was selling for 20k

Lets see what will happen, mostly they are closing down, or either clearing stock

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Firefox Os!

Financial Post | Business

Mozilla Corp., the creators of the open-source Firefox Web browser, have unveiled the first prototype smartphones that Web developers will be able to use to test applications designed to run on the organization’s forthcoming Firefox OS mobile phone software.

The two devices, known as the Keon model and the Peak model, will be produced by Geeksphone in partnership with Telefonica, according to a blog post written by Stormy Peters, Mozilla’s director of Websites and developer engagement.

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Mozilla is looking to make the two devices available to Web developers in February. The organization is working with several device manufacturers to create the final phones which will be made available to consumers. Mozilla has not publicly stated when the first Firefox OS phones will be made available to consumers.

Mozilla also offers step-by-step guides on how to build apps for the new operating system.

Mozilla is developing the phones…

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Micromax A116

Micromax has gained Lots of popularity mainly due to their good VFM devices.All credit goes to their Funbook which was one of the best selling tablet in India.
Now again they’re out with this beast cellphone

Currently the Micromax is selling around 5,500 Canvas 2 handsets daily & have started testing Canvas 3.

Some companies never fail to surprise you. Micromax, an Indian handset player, is one such company. At a time when a handset manufactures usually don’t bring sequel of their popular handsets immediately, Micromax is planning to bring a new handset under its popular Canvas series every two month.
Micromax’s co-founder and business director, Vikas Jain said to The Mobile Indian, “Micromax Canvas II has been a hot selling smartphone for us and we plan to launch a Canvas smartphone every two months from now onwards.”He added, “We are currently selling around 5,500 Micromax Canvas 2 handsets daily and have started testing Micromax Canvas 3. I will not be in a position to share the exact time frame by when Canvas 3 will be launched. But do expect something around March.”
Micromax Superfone Canvas A110 (Canvas 2) is the successor of Canvas A100, and is available for Rs 9,999. It has a 5 inch screen with 800×480 pixels resolution as its predecessor but comes with an ‘IPS panel’ that offers better viewing angle.
Micromax Superfone Canvas A110 boasts an 8 megapixel rear camera that too with dual flash. Also Canvas A110 has a dual core 1 GHz processor against a single core unit in the Canvas A100. We have already done a review of the device.
Apart, from that we have compared it with other devices like Samsung Galaxy Ace, Karbonn A30 and Karbonn A21 which are available in the same price bracket.

Micromax to launch new Canvas smartphones every two month

The display on A116 is not the only improvement over A110, but Micromax has also packed a 1.2GHz MediaTek quad-core processor in the smartphone. The Canvas HD also comes with 8MP rear camera, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, 4GB of internal storage, 1GB RAM, front camera, 2100 mAh battery and the usual connectivity options
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Facebook graph search

Facebook’s mission is to make the world more open and connected. The main way we do this is by giving people the tools to map out their relationships with the people and things they care about. We call this map the graph. It’s big and constantly expanding with new people, content and connections. There are already more than a billion people, more than 240 billion photos and more than a trillion connections.




Today we’re announcing a new way to navigate these connections and make them more useful. We’re calling it Graph Search, and it starts today with a limited preview, or beta.




When Facebook first launched, the main way most people used the site was to browse around, learn about people and make new connections. Graph Search takes us back to our roots and allows people to use the graph to make new connections.


Graph Search

Graph Search will appear as a bigger search bar at the top of each page. When you search for something, that search not only determines the set of results you get, but also serves as a title for the page. You can edit the title – and in doing so create your own custom view of the content you and your friends have shared on Facebook.

Graph Search

Graph Search and web search are very different. Web search is designed to take a set of keywords (for example: “hip hop”) and provide the best possible results that match those keywords. With Graph Search you combine phrases (for example: “my friends in New York who like Jay-Z”) to get that set of people, places, photos or other content that’s been shared on Facebook. We believe they have very different uses.

Another big difference from web search is that every piece of content on Facebook has its own audience, and most content isn’t public. We’ve built Graph Search from the start with privacy in mind, and it respects the privacy and audience of each piece of content on Facebook. It makes finding new things much easier, but you can only see what you could already view elsewhere on Facebook.

We’re very early in the development of Graph Search. It’s only available in English today and you can search for only a subset of content on Facebook. Posts and Open Graph actions (for example, song listens) are not yet available. We’ll be working on these things over the coming months.

The first version of Graph Search focuses on four main areas — people, photos, places, and interests.

People: “friends who live in my city,” “people from my hometown who like hiking,” “friends of friends who have been to Yosemite National Park,” “software engineers who live in San Francisco and like skiing,” “people who like things I like,” “people who like tennis and live nearby” 

Photos: “photos I like,” “photos of my family,” “photos of my friends before 1999,” “photos of my friends taken in New York,” “photos of the Eiffel Tower”

Places: “restaurants in San Francisco,” “cities visited by my family,” “Indian restaurants liked by my friends from India,” “tourist attractions in Italy visited by my friends,” “restaurants in New York liked by chefs,” “countries my friends have visited”

Interests: “music my friends like,” “movies liked by people who like movies I like,” “languages my friends speak,” “strategy games played by friends of my friends,” “movies liked by people who are film directors,” “books read by CEOs”

Graph Search

The Graph Search beta starts today. Go to to get on the waitlist.

The roll out is going to be slow so we can see how people use Graph Search and make improvements.

We look forward to your feedback. Enjoy and explore the graph.

A replay of the Graph Search media event is available here.

Additional Media Resources: 

To learn more about Graph Search, go to

To learn about Graph Search and privacy, go

To learn more on how Graph Search was built, click here.

To download a behind the scenes video, click here.

For a collection of screen shots, click here.

For how Graph Search can help people discover your business, visit Facebook Studio.

Frequently Asked Questions 

What is Graph Search?
Graph Search is a new way for you to find people, photos, places and interests that are most relevant to you on Facebook.

What is Graph Search useful for?
Graph Search will help you instantly find others, learn more about them and make connections, explore photos, quickly find places like local attractions and restaurants, and learn about common interests like music, movies, books and more. All results are unique based on the strength of relationships and connections.

What can I search for?
With Graph Search, you can search for people, photos, places and interests.

How do I search?
Type your search into the blue bar at the top of the page. As you start to type, suggestions appear in a drop down. You can refine your search using the tools on the right-hand side of the page.

Some example searches include:
· People who like tennis and live nearby
· Photos before 1990
· Photos of my friends in New York
· Sushi restaurants in Palo Alto my friends have liked
· Tourist attractions in Italy visited by my friends 

How are you rolling this out?
Graph Search is in a limited preview, or beta. That means Graph Search will only be available to a very small number of people who use Facebook in US English.

How can I get Facebook Graph Search?
You can sign up for the waitlist at

Does Graph Search change any of my current privacy settings?
No. Graph Search follows your current privacy settings. You can only search for content that has been shared with you.

How do I control what tags, locations and photos can show up about me?
To control tags, photos or posts with locations about you that appear in search, go to your Activity Log.

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