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Android Slider mobile LG Optimus Chat launching soon in India

The world largest mobile manufacturing company LG has announced its very nice creation LG Optimus Chat. The new stylish model LG Optimus Chat will come soon in Indian market. The handset is fully loaded with all needed features. The LG mobile company h…

LG Optimus Slider to be launched soon in India

LG Optimus Slider is a new mobile from the company’s bucket which is soon going to be launched in the Indian market. There are various kinds of features and specifications that the mobile is integrated with. LG mobiles have always become the most pre…

LG Optimus Pro may be available at Rs 11k in India

The world largest mobile manufacturing company has announced a touch and type handset LG Optimus Pro for mobile lovers. The handset is fully loaded with technical and best communicated options. The LG mobiles are largest selling mobile in India. The LG…

Dual Core LG Optimus 2X officially released in India

The LG mobile manufacturing company has officially launched the world first dual core processor Android OS inbuilt Smartphone in Indian market. The new generation’s handset is having latest features and specifications. The new Smartphone is well inbu…

LG Genesis Coming soon to Indian market

LG Genesis is the new mobile from LG which will soon be available in the Indian mobile market. The handset is a unique model which is well endowed with lots of features and specifications. LG mobiles are world renowned for their unbeatable performance …

LG Optimus 2x released by Reliance India

LG mobiles have captured the maximum share of the Indian mobile market and this time the launch of the all new LG Optimus 2x has been done. The first Dual core Smartphone is offered by the Reliance Company on special offer. The Reliance Company is prov…

A study in contrast: Apple and Nokia

The numbers do justice to the sentiment towards both these companies at this time. Apple is clearly shinning bright and is the toast of the bourses.

Ref: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB124821056118269783.html; http://www.apple.com/pr/library/2009/07/21results.html; http://online.wsj.com/article/SB124820913514969595.html; http://industry.bnet.com/technology/10002677/can-anyone-out-app-apple/

Even the staunchest critic would not count out Nokia but it surely seems that Nokia has lost its way in the Smartphone race and needs to retrospect its strategies and approach to user experience. N 97, which was being touted as the most advanced multimedia computer has failed to impress and unless, one is die hard Symbian S60 fan, there is very little reason one would opt for the N 97. With no other significant touch screens from Nokia at the moment, there is nothing that customers and investors are looking forward to from Nokia.

http://gizmodo.com/5308440/nokia-n97-review-nokia-is-doomed

The rumour mills are running abuzz with the theory that Nokia would do well to acquire Palm because palm offers Nokia all that it really needs desperately at this point of time. http://www.ubergizmo.com/15/archives/2007/03/nokia_possibly_interested_in_palm.html

Even LG, which doesnot feature as a serious contender in the smartphone business seems to be getting its acts right in that market. http://www.forbes.com/2009/07/22/lg-nokia-sony-markets-equity-technology.html?partner=msn

Nokia seems to be walking the path of Motorola 3 years back. http://www.forbes.com/2009/07/17/nokia-apple-iphone-markets-equity-mobile.html?feed=rss_technology

It’s been a heck of a ride for Apple investors. The stock, which has nearly doubled so far this year and over the past five years the stock has gained an average of 56% a year, an extraordinary achievement. It cannot keep its supply commitments for iPhone. It has already sold 7 times the number of iPhones this year as it did last year. In a extremely competitive smartphone market, Apple is using all its legs to score above the competition: Its Device, the software/UI/Browser and the Applications! Interesting to see how Apple would get the most of this now…