SmartPhone Comparison – Blackberry Pearl vs Motorola Q

Blackberry pearl is considered to be the smartest phone is one of the world’s smallest and packs all of the command of BlackBerry. It is available with the digital camera, and various multimedia capabilities and flexible memory. It offers what all you will expect from a smart phone like email, browsing, messaging and MMS, organizer applications and many more. The BlackBerry Pearl also provides you with the network support so that you can allow for international roaming to certain places like. The BlackBerry Pearl is small in size and you can carry it anywhere with ease. It’s a significant mishmash of technology and beauty. It is Small, smart and also stylish.

The Motorola Q which is amazingly thin is just fifty times thinner than any other smart phones. Not only that this is the best phone with superior voice quality, and multimedia capabilities. It comes with a large screen, and 1.3 mega pixel camera with lighting. The Motorola Q has mp3 player for music and videos and the wireless Bluetooth connectivity. You can check your mail and also listen to the songs in your set. And you can also have a look at the Motorola Q accessories too.

Now you can compare the blackberry pearl and the Motorola Q to make your smart pick. The Motorola Q makes an impression by its slim and sleek look. From the time it is produced in the market till now it actually creates a lot of buzz for its thin appearance. Not only that it best delivers in the performance too. It gives you the best multimedia experience and also good email support. You can get four hours if talk time whereas the blackberry offers only 3.5 hours only. Compared to the Motorola the pearl’s speakers are not best for songs, and there is not much of clarity. The video also doesn’t give you clarity and is pixilated compared to other smart phones.

There are wide range of blackberry pearl accessories available for you online which is suitable for cingular blackberry pearl and t-mobile pearl. From memory cards to protector cases and skin covers there are lots. You can also get hands free head sets to charger and data sync cable. From the carrying case to the belt clip leather case there are many available in black pearl accessories. There are more options of Motorola Q accessories when compared to that of the black pearl accessories. You can get a Bluetooth headset, which is available in different colors and styles. For this smart phone you can find the portable hands free speaker, power converter, magnetic car holder, water proof cell phone case and also antenna booster.

The Motorola Q accessories are wider and you can find it to the prices you will love to pay. When you compare the features of these two phones you are sure to understand what your need is. If you want a phone with some extra facilities then you can choose the black berry which is lower in price and also with limited capabilities. If you are interested in getting one with the best applications and facilities then the Motorola Q is your best choice.

4th Generation Wireless Technology – Application Model of Future Mobile Communications Systems

4G (Fourth Generation) Mobile Communication is still in evolution but countries have already started committing themselves to its implementation. India has said that it would leapfrog from 2G to 4G bypassing the 3G Technology. WiMax Technology is on its last legs because it does not support VoIP. Data transfers will happen at LAN Speeds of 100Mbps. The World is looking up to 4G for transformation of the way people do day-to-day business. Once the technology evolves, the hand phone used in 4G mobile communications would be an all in one device for use in education, arts and science, business activities outside the office, network games and music/video content downloading, Visual Communication, merchandise purchase and settlement, and daily life.

A few applications…

Medical Applications Overview of Evaluation by Potential Service Providers- The certainty and stability of connection were raised as the primary requirements on the communications infrastructure to realize medical services that take advantage of mobile communications. While it may be feasible to provide full-fledged remote medical treatment easily through high-quality images enabled by faster transmission speeds, stable uninterrupted communication was regarded indispensable and more important in the medical field.

Also, it is widely known that the provision of medical services are subject to many legal and regulatory restrictions. Consequently, services that can be offered by private entities are currently very limited. It has been pointed out on various occasions that this has hindered the flexible offering of new services in the medical field. This issue remains unsolved today, and no significant change can be expected soon, either. According to the opinions of potential service providers, the first steps to be taken would be to develop technologies and services and educate the medical industry so that consumers could generally share the recognition that high-quality medical service can be provided safely and securely through electronic medical records and networks.

Ultimate Content Player Simply by instructing the name of video (which does not necessarily have to be precise; ambiguous input will do) of users’ choice (TV programs broadcast in the past, news, dramas, movies, or concerts, etc.) through voice input, etc., users will be able to watch it on a mobile terminal through streaming from the network anytime and anywhere they like.

The charges for the content- which should be decided taking into account the requests of the rights holder, the number of accesses from users (popularity), video quality, the number of copies, the time of viewing, location, etc.-will be present on the spot, and if the user agrees, the video will be made available for viewing. Also, when the user wants to see a movie using some spare time, for instance, during a business trip, he/she can search information concerning the movies currently on show and see a preview on the player. If he/she decides to watch the whole movie in a cinema, it is possible to search the theater that can be reached from the current location before the start of the movie, and if necessary, make a seat reservation and purchase electronic tickets, too. The videos can be viewed in trains on a spectacles-type display, which can be suspended for a moment when changing train

Navigation System Users will be able to gain access the following information services from inside moving vehicles. The information will be provided adequately depending on time, location and properties of user. Users may also be able to receive discounts at shops by presenting the information retrieved through the above. – Location information service (locating service, route guide, traffic information, etc.) – Vehicle information service (automobile information, vehicle tune-up information, etc). – Entertainment service (radio, TV programs, etc). – Control service (vehicle control if earthquake, accident, etc). – Emergency service (accident, sudden illness, etc). – Logistics service (parcel delivery, etc).

Mobile Ordering Enables easy purchase of products or obtainment of information simply by holding a mobile terminal toward printed materials (magazines, brochures, posters, etc.) or images. Information concerning the product (video, CM, specifications) will be automatically delivered to the mobile terminal from the product center, and displayed in 3D images, which can be viewed from multiple angles. Users, if they like, can order the product on the spot, make the payment and settle the accounts from a mobile terminal. Sales status in the areas nearby, and other related information on the product could also be obtained. The use of retinal authentication makes it possible to purchase expensive products without any security concerns.

From the viewpoint of the potential providers of settlement service, the reliability and cost of authentication hold the key for the settlement of purchases made at shops through mobile terminals, and ordering service linked with brochures and posters in the streets. When compared with credit card payments at shops or shopping from PCs/TV, the purchases to be made from mobile terminals are expected to be lower in amount but more frequent. It is therefore essential for the providers of settlement services that the authentication of the terminal and the users themselves, which have to be conducted every time a purchase is made, can be realized at a low cost equal with the low unit purchase amount.

Related Entities’ Evaluations and Expectations on this Application Evaluation on the presumed application Mobile settlement is already provided in existing mail-order service through product bar codes in the catalogs. This service is realistic as an extension of such existing services, enabling users to order more easily. Evaluation on Landline Internet became wide spread before the establishment of a content billing mechanism. On the other hand, wireless Internet provided a billing mechanism from the beginning, thus users developed the recognition to pay for premium contents. If services leveraging the display feature of mobile terminals that cannot be provided by ordinary credit cards (such as provision and display of coupons) can be realized, it may be possible to enlarge the market size.

Presumed business model Required conditions for the service to be A low-cost authentication method must be realized. Because the amount of unit purchase is projected to be small, the authentication scheme is the better the cheaper.

Food Manager Enables users to gain access the home refrigerator using a mobile terminal from outdoors-to see what is left with visual images or to confirm whether the consumption deadline for some food has expired or not. Users can also obtain recipes of menus that can be cooked with the food available in the refrigerator from the mobile terminal. Lacking food items will be presented on the screen, and if ordered, they will be delivered to the home by the evening.

If the users register in the mobile terminal the food items that they want to keep always in stock, when they pass in front of this item at a supermarket, its purchase may be recommended automatically. Or, just by holding the terminal close to the refrigerator, list of food items out of supply could be sent to food delivery companies to have them delivered to the home on the same day or in a few days.

After a few order placements, it will become possible to estimate the user’s consumption behavior. From the next time, therefore, an inquiry could be sent from the server center, asking, for example, “do you still have plenty of beer?”

Disaster Insurance For example, when somebody is crushed under the debris in a large-scale earthquake, the locating capability of cellular phones can provide precise information about the location of this person-the terminal is always connected to the Internet unless it is broken-and enables rescue activities to be undertaken swiftly. This service enables search of people holding a terminal within a certain area regardless of the carrier. Entities that are responsible for providing safety and reliability to users, such as government bodies and

Mobile Administrative Services Users can instantly access information and receive various administrative services from national/local governments from a mobile terminal from home or offices.

-Application for various documents/certificates
– Tax payment, filing for income tax return
– Issuance of maternity health record book, submission of birth report, application for baby health examination, and other health services
– Voting, etc.

Choosing the Right Real-Time Live Traffic Information Application for Your Smartphone

Mobile Traffic Application Comparison

We’ve all been there – rushed to get ready for work in the morning, jumped in the car and no sooner have we selected our favourite radio station or cd, than we’re stuck in a traffic jam. Time is ticking. You’ve got deadlines to meet. Wouldn’t it have been great if your Smartphone could have told you there were delays, so you could have saved the petrol that is gradually being burned off whilst you sit there stationary, and taken an alternative route…

There is an increasing number of real-time traffic monitoring applications available for Smartphones. Real-time means that the traffic data is a representation of what is happening at that very moment, using satellite technology and the mobile data network. What this means is, that wherever you are, starting up the traffic app will show you a variety of information on roads across the country. Each app presents different strengths and weaknesses, and the cost varies immensely – so which one should you choose?

Traffic TV – £22.99

Traffic TV is available for iOS, Android, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile and Java at a rather expensive £22.99. The app has a great interface, reminiscent of the Tubemap application released by mxData. It is obvious how to use it, although sometimes the zoom in and out buttons get in the way of the portion of what you want to view and can also be pushed by accident, meaning waiting for loading and refresh times again, especially when the phone has poor 3G or mobile data signal. This also uses up your data allowance pretty quick. This aside though, there are no real issues with the interface.

The symbols that appear on the screen show speed and direction, and an exclamation mark presumably shows a standstill. There is also an estimated delay time.

By far the best feature of this app is the capability to view a list of incidents that may affect your journey. You can imagine how useful this is for quickly plotting a new route out in your head.

The ability to view CCTV cameras over motorways is nice, but a bit unnecessary considering you have traffic information on the map overlay. And so seeing the cause of the delay won’t actually help in any which way, and at £22.99, cannot be a justified expense. Luckily, the CCTV portion of the app is available for free if you fancy a test drive.

One major downside (despite assurances that these issues will be dealt with) is that this app’s traffic data seems amazingly inaccurate (at least in my local area). Wait until this issue is sorted if you choose to purchase this app.

Google Maps – Free

The Google Maps application is great. You can plot a route a – b, you can change the map image to be either a drawn map, a satellite image or a hybrid of the two and the interface is so much more intuitive, with the classic ‘pinch’ and ‘expand’ finger movements to zoom in and out, and the ability to drop a pin in a favourite location. The Traffic data button brings up an overlay on the map screen, showing thick pulsating lines along roads with no explanation as to what they mean. You can’t judge a blockage, traffic speed etc and it is difficult to judge how accurate it is (as I type this there should be a huge standstill outside my office – but I haven’t seen a car drive past in about an hour).

Google Maps is great and should be downloaded (if you haven’t already got it free with iOS or Android). However, it is advisable to use it only for route planning, finding a location, road name or point of interest (train station, police stations etc.) and NOT for traffic monitoring.

The Highways Agency Application – Free

This is a great little app for listing accidents, delays and road works in text format. It does suffer from an amateurish looking interface and longwinded menu system. It asks to use your current location, and yet you still have to navigate through countless menu options to get to a list of incidents in your area. This is frustrating if you believe you live in the East of England, and yet the Highways agency classifies your area as the South East, meaning constantly going back and forth looking for the information you want.

As it’s free, it is worth the download, but again, doesn’t fulfil all the requirements of the modern driver. In combination with a sat nav system, maybe this app would be useful, but they make it difficult to read the text and a scrolling ‘do not use this app whilst driving’ renders it all a bit pointless.

Trafficmaster Trafficview – £1.49

The Trafficview App for iOS has the most up to date, accurate traffic information of all apps tested. The map (powered by Google) has the same ‘pinch’ and ‘expand’ zoom feature and shows traffic speed and direction with coloured symbols (also a setting is available that switches to delay times).

Trafficview is quick to load and refresh, and to date has not frozen on me. The traffic data refreshes every 1 minute by default. Which is quick enough to keep up to date whilst on the move, but not so often that it eats away at your mobile data allowance.

Zooming out, you can get a view of the whole of the UK with the red, yellow and orange traffic symbols still appearing. The app is not complicated, which is perfect for when in a rush or on the move, and doesn’t have unnecessary extra features or difficult menus. It is also difficult to push things by accident as with the Traffic TV app.

This is the only application currently available that pulls information from Trafficmaster’s live data stream which is calculated and collected from a network of traffic speed sensory equipment by the roadside (you may have seen them hanging over motorway bridges, they are more often than not mistaken for CCTV or Speed Cameras). This is an assurance of accurate and real-time information.

For truck and lorry drivers, this app is a direct replacement for the Trafficmaster YQ system and so should make the transition from monitor to iPhone screen relatively painless, if you were previously used to this system.

This app is great all around, simple and easy enough to use without polluting the display with pointless other features that serve little purpose. For the commuter who drives to work every day and for the lorry or van driver who needs to quickly avoid delays in order to make an urgent delivery, this app really has got you covered, and is a bargain at £1.49.

So which one should you choose?

For everyday use or for avoiding rush hour or bank holiday traffic, the Traffic View app from Trafficmaster is by far the best. It’s cheap, and does exactly what it needs to do. It’s hard to justify spending £22.99 on TrafficTV when Traffic View is both more accurate and easier to use. It’s also difficult to give good reason for the expense when the CCTV portion is available free, and the free app from the Highways Agency also lists accidents in the same way. Google Maps needs a lot of work before it should even be considered as a real-time traffic app, and the Highways Agency app, despite being free needs a GUI redesign. I would recommend downloading the Highways Agency app alongside Trafficmaster Traffic View and using the two in combination. If you feel you need the CCTV cameras, download the free ‘Traffic View’ (with a space) by CLO Software, although in my experience, it freezes easily even when the 3G signal is strong.