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Near Field Communication(future of electronic devices)

We all are familiar with most common types of communication offered by electronic devices like cellphones which include bluetooth and wifi,both the technologies works on radio to transfer information back and forth the device within some specific range say 10 meters but near field communication ,abbreviated NFC,is a form of contactless communication between devices like cellphones and tablets for faster and convenient way of communication between devices.NFC uses electromagnetic radio fields to communicate with the other device within a close proximity say 2-4 inches ,Contactless communication allows a user to wave the smartphone over a NFC compatible device to send information. It doesn’t require much steps for setting communication.

NFC requires less power than bluetooth and wifi,it doesn’t requires any pairing with the other device like in bluetooth so the connection becomes fast. 

 

Google Nexus 7vs iPad mini.

Apple iPad mini Google Nexus 7
Operating system iOS 6 Android 4.1
Price Wi-Fi: $329 (16GB), $429 (32GB), $529 (64GB). Cellular: $459 (16GB), $559 (32GB), $659 (64GB). $199 (16GB), $249 (32GB), $299 (32GB and HSPA+)
Release date November 2, 2012, for Wi-Fi; cellular 2 weeks later July 13, 2012
Display 7.9-inch IPS, 1,024×768 pixels (163 ppi) 7-inch IPS, 1,280×800 pixels (216 ppi)
Size 7.9 inches x 5.3 inches x 0.28 inch 7.8 inches x 4.7 inches x 0.41 inch
Weight 0.68 pound/308 grams (0.69 pound for cellular) 0.75 pound/340 grams
Processor Dual-core A5 processor Quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3
Memory 16GB, 32GB, or 64GB 8GB or 16GB; 1GB RAM
Camera 5-megapixel rear-facing, 1080p HD video; 1.2-megapixel front-facing camera, 720 HD video 1.2-megapixel front-facing
Battery “16.3-watt-hour”; 10 hours battery life (rated) 4,325mAh; 10.1 hours video battery life (tested)
NFC No Yes
Extras 4G LTE versions available Tegra games, HSPA+ version available
Ports Lightning connector Micro-USB
Color Black, white Black

Wrist PC

WristPC is an innovative ultra-mobile personal computer and communication device concept that can handle all the requirements of the user all through the day. It combines all computer functions and can be worn on the wrist like a wristwatch.

This wearable device offers a new user experience with its portability and groundbreaking architecture. It also allows the wearer to stay connected to the web whenever and wherever. The WristPC concept features a fully functional 3.5-inch touchscreen display and a keypad on one side of the wristband. The display panel can be positioned at various angles so that the screen is facing the user comfortably while the device is being used for texting or GPS. The wristband keypad can be flipped and placed on the tabletop for the convenience of two hands operation.

The wireless earpiece can be detached from the wristband; as a result, it is suitable for making video or conference calls, listening to music, or watching videos while on the move. This device is also suitable for gamers. The gaming buttons are positioned at the bottom corners of the device for an ultimate gaming experience. Furthermore, the wristband’s rubber-feel material provides a comfortable grip for the gamers.

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Killer Features:-ANDROID4.0 VS iOS6

It’s hard to argue that Android is more usable than iOS overall. The truth is that iOS is a more limited, simplified experience, but that makes it easy for most users to pick up and start using right away and makes it hard for them to get themselves in trouble by misconfiguring things. By contrast, Android is more flexible and customizable, but it can also be more difficult to navigate and more apt to confuse smartphone novices.

However, the alerts system is the one area where Android is just flat out more useful and more usable than iPhone. If that sounds trivial, it’s not — especially for business professionals and others who do a lot of stuff with their smartphones. Alerts give you timely updates of important information, quickly let you know about things that need your attention, and give you an at-a-glance look at your latest messages from various sources.

Apple made big strides with its alerts system in iOS 5 — taking obvious inspiration from Android — but even the vastly-improved alerts system still didn’t match the power and efficiency of what Android offers. In fact, iOS 5 didn’t match Android 2.3 “Gingerbread,” which still powers the vast majority of Android phones. Meanwhile, Google enhanced the alerts functionality even more in Android 4.0 “Ice Cream Sandwich,” which debuted at the end of 2011.

The biggest advantage that Android alerts have over iOS alerts is immediate glance-ability, and a lot of that has to do with the fundamental design of the platform. That’s why iOS appears unlikely to catch up in this area any time soon. For more info please click here: http://goo.gl/tCSVk

Android Alerts preview

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iOS alerts preview

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A Simple Mobile Can Do A lot ..

A Simple Mobile Can Do A lot If Used By skilled Hands..

A simple mobile phone camera can take stunning shots if used with creativity by skilled hands.The most commonly available camera all the time is mobile phone camera and some times on urgent basis u just took out your cell phone and capture the sudden moment, for capturing those sudden moments you dont need to have a DSLR all the time just pick yor cell phone and point and shoot . This photo is captured by me using sonyericsson C510 mobile autofocus camera phone.