Sunday, January 24, 2010

Exceed Data Volume Quota

 "You have reached the allowable volume quota for the month. 

To continue surfing, please login to top up your volume quota now or upgrade to a new package by calling 1xxx xx xxxx "

Apa perasaan anda, apabila message ini terpampang di skrin komputer?. Marah ...itulah yang kita dapat katakan. Kena topup baru boleh sambung. Macam Prepaid pulak dah.

Data dikira untuk "download, upload"  web page pun dikira. Kat atas tu contoh pengiraan sahaja, jadi, bagi pengguna "hijau" ni, berhati-hatilah. Kalau semua "service provider" menggunakan cara ini, bagaimana untuk menrealisikan Satu Malaysia atau menjadi salah sebuah negara maju pada 2020.

Setiap tahun dengan bangganya mereka ini mengumumkan keuntungan yang bukan sedikit jumlahnya, tapi apakah sumbangan kepada masyarakat seimbang dengan keuntungan mereka. Kita sama-sama nilai sendiri kerana internet sudah menjadi keperluan didalam kehidupan kita sekarang. 

To be continue...
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Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Nokia97 Mini - my 2010 smartphone

 For those that are fans of Nokia and familiar with Nokia environment, for 2010, I am   considering the handset alongside a range of competition ( considering the N97 Mini ). Just read what are the Nokia N97mini is all about and why I choose it for my mobile working. Knowing that the technology keep change, but for the next few month, this model still in my hand.

The Nokia N97 wasn't widely lauded when it launched, not really delivering a flagship experience in this modern world of app-based smartphones. Instead it looked rather tired, offering up a re-spun S60 interface that we've seen plenty of times before. It didn't exactly wow the way that handsets like the iPhone or the latest batch of Android devices do. The announcement of an N97 Mini came as something of a surprise, offering up essentially the same device in a smaller package.

So now we have a side-sliding keyboard and that flip-up touchscreen sitting on the top in a package of 113 x 52.5 x 14.2mm, shaving a few mm off in all directions. As a result you have a device that looks more up to the job. It isn't trying to be a flagship in both size and spec, but by offering practically the same technologies in a smaller bundle, it feels a little more modern.
The quality of the build feels sturdy enough, with a metal backplate and screen surround blending with some quality feeling plastics. Obviously the biggest point of interest is going to be how sturdy that flip-up screen feels. The action has a great feel to it, needing a positive thumb action to get it to open, which is something of a relief as the worst thing is having a phone that wants to flip out in your pocket. We actually like the feel of the N97 Mini in the hand, the rear support of the screen forming a comfortable rest for your index fingers whilst you get into some double-thumb action on the QWERTY keyboard.

The keyboard is backlit, but always shows all the characters open to you, so that's the all the alternatives as well as the main characters. The arrangement of the keys might be a little fiddly for some, and offering only three lines rather than four, you are left to contend with a space bar offset to the right next to a set of cursor keys. You get used to it, but we much prefer devices that give you four lines. The action of the keys is positive however and they are rubber without being too spongy. 

The screen itself is a 3.2-inch, 640 x 360 resolution, resistive touchscreen display, exhibiting all the things we don't like about resistive displays. The facia covers the whole of the front, incorporating the speaker at the top and calling buttons at the bottom, along with the menu key.

Running your finger across the display reveals a number of soft patches as you feel your way around the hardware behind. You can also see the plastic warping around the opening for the speaker, so when you lay your phone out on display, the front doesn't actually look that great. It can be pretty unresponsive too, which is frustrating in a phone that requires you to confirm actions on the screen, despite a wealth of buttons.

The left-hand side gives you the Micro-USB connection for charging and syncing along with the weird Nokia slider screen lock; the right-hand side sees the volume controls and a camera button. The top gives you the 3.5mm jack and power button.

Around the back you'll find a 5-megapixel Carl Zeiss branded camera, which also comes with a dual LED flash. The location of the camera button on the top is at odds with the action to open the screen, as a long firm press to launch the camera application will often be nudging the screen open too - something to watch out for.
Autofocus and auto flash work well enough, but the results are fairly typical camera phone stuff, lacking detail to really do your images justice. It has a fair crack in good light, however, but we'd still always choose a camera with a real lens. The LED flash gives a greeny-yellow cast to images, so people look rather ill when you use it.

Video capture offers a range of cryptic resolution settings with widescreen (640 x 360) and 4:3 (640 x 480) aspects available at maximum. It is a fairly solid 30fps capture and the results aren't too bad outdoors in daylight, but in lower light you don't get much but noise. The microphone picks up a lot of hands noise in use too.

The operating system is familiar enough to Nokia or Symbian users with the main menu giving you a grid offering access to various sub menus in list or icon forms. Nothing much has changed here in recent year and menus are slow to navigate and lists don't scroll smoothly, so it is a bit of a letdown.

To step round this, a number of live widgets and shortcuts sit on the front page, offering you a glimpse at your life flying past. The Facebook widget offers three lines of scrolling text bringing you updates, which isn't the best.


• Side slide with tilting screen
• Dimensions: 113 x 52.5 x 14.2 mm
• Weight (with battery): 138 g
• Volume: 75 cc
• Additional size and shape information: Sliding tilt mechanism

Keys and Input Methods
• Full slide-out keyboard
• Cover keys (S60 keys, Menu key, Send/End keys, Clear key)
• Touch screen
• Arrow keys
• Dedicated camera and volume keys

Display and User Interface
• Size: 3.2"
• Resolution: 640 x 360 pixels (nHD)
• Up to 16.7 million colours
• Resistive touch screen
• Brightness control
• Orientation sensor
• Proximity sensor
• Ambient light detector

• Customisable homescreen:
o Widgets
o Themes
o Icons
o Shortcuts
o Menu
• Customisable profiles
• Ring tones: mp3, AAC, eAAC, eAAC+, WMA
• Video ring tones
• Themes
o wallpapers
o screensavers
o ring tones
o pre-installed themes
o changeable colour themes

Power Management
• BL-4D 1200 mAh Li-Ion battery
• Talk-time (maximum):
o GSM 430 mins
o WCDMA 240 mins
• Standby time (maximum):
o GSM up to 320 h
o WCDMA up to 310 h
• Video playback time (nHD, 30 fps, maximum): 210 mins
• Video recording time (VGA, 30fps, maximum): 170 mins
• Video call time (maximum): 120 mins
• Music playback time (offline mode, maximum):
Up to 28 h
Operation times may very depending on radio access technology used, operator network configuration and usage.

Operating Frequency
• Quad band EGSM 850/900/1800/1900
• WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100
• Automatic switching between GSM bands
• Flight mode
• Bluetooth version 2.0 with Enhanced Data Rate
• TV out
• Support for local and remote SyncML synchronisation
• High-Speed USB 2.0 (micro USB connector)
• 3.5 mm AV connector

• MicroSD memory card slot, hot swappable, up to 16 GB
• Internal memory: 8 GB

Data Network
• HSCSD, maximum speed 43.2 kbps
• GPRS class A, multislot class 32, maximum speed 107/64.2 kbps (DL/UL)
• WCDMA, maximum speed up to 3.6 Mbps
• HSDPA, maximum speed up to 3.6 Mbps
• WLAN IEEE 802.11b/g, maximum speed up to 11Mbps/54MBps
• TCP/IP support
• Capability to serve as data modem
• Support for MS Outlook synchronisation of contacts, calendar and notes

Requires data service. Data Services may not be available in all networks. Data transmission speeds may be as high as 3.6 Mbps, but may vary based upon network capabilities and other conditions. The establishment and continuation of a data connection depends on network availability, provider support and signal strength.
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Monday, January 4, 2010

2010 - A new gift from google

Salam to everyone of readers and followers of this blog. It's not to late to wish you a happy new year 2010 and hijrah 1431. I started this site at the end of april 2009, not even 12 month but going to two years already. First, this site it's only for for fun and example site to all my customers. I told them, they are not only do internet's surfing with their broadband but they can meet new friend, share their knowledge and make money from it. The most important is, to pay their monthly broadband's bill, that the first aim.

I should thanks to Google, who are giving me an opportunity to become one of the bloggers even though my GA account was disable. What do you thinks when your USD400. gone by the wind. One week of frustration but that's not the end of the world. I join another PPC Bidvertiser and Adbrite, and until today, my advertiser still back up this site. You can't compare this two PPC with Google Adsense, Bidvertiser and Adbrite have their own advantage where by GA more establish to all PPC internet lovers. On this site, I also support Nuffnang also for local and asia pacific and nuffnang had an unique PPC's concept for bloggers actually. With all this PPC mean, in the world of blogging, you can make money and no limitation to it. Just join and place their ads, after all it's does not cost you any single cents but you can earn money from it, but follow their terms and condition.

I don't rally care about the status of this blog until today, I purposely check my page rank, It's just a new year present from google when this site status at google page rank 2. I check status on alexa also in the range of 300,000. This is only for 7 month's and not even one year in blogging. So..I am asking my self, what happen for another year..where is this site status, I should thinks about it..I should proper plans for it. I look at my followers..thanks to all of you.

Mobile2go should go below 150,000 on alexa status and my pagerank should be better by pagerank 3. I am thinking of going for full time bloggers and my income should be USD20 per pay. I trust with all this 3 PPC and with the help from the beloved followers, visitors and dreams will come true. I am not really happy with income performance at the moment, must work harder and smarter. Take this as a challenge, and today should be better than yesterday..insyaallah.

Wish excellence result to all the bloggers at this 2010..happy blogging.
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