Blackberry10 will add 70,000 apps to Blackberry world, more than any of the first generation mobile OS platform at the first go. Then again, it is thanks to all those other mobile OS platforms that attracted developers to develop ads for them, RIM is able to boast about 70,000 apps.
I will not predict about RIM gaining the top spot it had for years in the smartphone arena, but if there is any chance for it to survive, in the competitive mobile market this is it.
But if there is anything to the BlackBerry, this is how RIM wants to portray it (Click on the video to see it larger);
Thursday, January 31, 2013
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Even though released a while ago, Nokia 100 and Nokia 101 still seems to be a favorite phone among many a users.
So we decided to provide you with links to user manuals.
Nokia 101 User Manual could be found here (Download PDF), and the Nokia 100 user manual is here(Download PDF).
Friday, January 25, 2013
Apple Loses Crown As The Worlds Most Valuable Company http://snapvoip.blogspot.com/
Apple has once again lost the top spot as the worlds most valuable company as this morning, Exxon managed to snatch the title from Apple. Last time this happened, Apple’s market cap was $346.74 billion vs. Exxon’s $348.32 billion. Now Exxon-mobile has 417.59 Billion and Apple has a Market Cap of 413.91 Billion. I guess Exxon has been more mobile thatn Apple.
But Apple's value has gone much higher since the last time Apple was dethroned in August 2011.
Global Smartphone Marketshare : Samsung Captures And Leads Global Samartpnone Share (30%) With 213 Million Units Shipped in 2012
Samsung Captures And Leads Global Samartpnone Market Share http://snapvoip.blogspot.com/
Well while Apple shares (AAPL) are setting records (loss of +$60 a share yesterday , Samsung seems to be setting / breaking other records.
Strategy Analytics, A research firm tells us that Samsung shipped 213 million smartphones during 2012 and set a record for most units shipped by a smartphone vendor in a single year, breaking the previous record held by Nokia, which shipped 100.1 million units in 2010.
Apple and Nokia combined was still behind Samsung in smartphone sales. Apple shipped 138.8 million phones in 2012 with Nokia, once the world leader, shipping only 35 million units. Just like Nokia at it's peak, Samsung was able to satisfy most of the smartphone market with variety of models. Samsung Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note attracted the jet setters and other Galaxy phones at lower price points satisfying others.
Global Smartphone Vendor Shipments (Millions of Units)
Global Smartphone Vendor Marketshare %
Total Growth Year-over-Year %
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