Category Archives: Trends

Near Field Communication (NFC) will make our daily lives better


Recent developments around near field communication (NFC) have the blogoshpere buzzing. The top three mobile platforms, Android, iOS, and Windows Phone 7 are rumored to be preparing to support NFC. According to a recent study, one third of iPhone users … Continue reading

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Nokia in big trouble in featurephone market as well


Nokia seems to be in big trouble in the featurephone market as well with Android price points pushing down drastically. Take a look at this comparison, Nokia is pricing it’s featurephone which is non-touch, has no app ecosystem and much … Continue reading

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The Future of Communications


In the last century we have seen an explosion of technological breakthroughs like planes, travel to space, computers, internet, hadron collider etc which were unfathomable in the last century. I would like to put in my two cents on the future of … Continue reading

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Is Social TV the next big megatrend


MIT Technology Review named Social TV as one of the 10 most important emerging technologies that will change the world. It supports communication and social interaction in the context of either watching TV or related to TV content, harnessing relationships we already … Continue reading

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Google Search should fear Facebook Social Web


For over a decade, Google has became synonymous with Search. Webmasters swore by Google page rankings because most of their traffic comes from Google. However, there has been a paradigm shift after Facebook introduced their Open Graph in April 2010 which attempts to … Continue reading

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MiFi devices will be short lived


A MiFi device uses a wireless 3G or 4G signal to access the Internet and then transmits a Wi-Fi signal that can be shared with multiple devices. Nowadays we carry a range of devices that want to be connected to … Continue reading

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Facebook should build a mobile phone


There was news in Techcrunch that Facebook is building it’s own phone with a quick denial by Facebook saying they are not building their own phone but are working on tighter integration with phone platforms like Android, Symbian etc. I … Continue reading

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