Friday, September 30, 2011

Twitter app for your BlackBerry PlayBook in Kuwait

If you’re looking for a new Twitter app for your BlackBerry PlayBook, TweetBook might be the one for you. This new client from Smarter Apps brings Twitter to your PlayBook in grand fashion. It’s multi-pane design lets you access DM’s, mentions and full timeline as well as your camera, search, multiple accounts and much more. TweetBook is designed to feel and function as a native Twitter application for the BlackBerry PlayBook. This provides the user with a high quality, full-featured Twitter experience: search, browse, send images, messages, follow your interests and friends while tweeting to your heart’s content on Twitter® with ease and simplicity. TweetBook manages all of Twitter’s content within sleek, rich graphics and multi-pane windows, supports multiple accounts, and receiving notifications on your PlayBook home screen will keep you on top of your friends, mentions and interests. TweetBook also takes advantage of the BlackBerry PlayBooks built-in camera, allowing you to directly take and upload images to your tweets – it couldn’t be simpler! TweetBook sells in BlackBerry App World for $4.99, so while it may be a bit steep for some, it’s definitely a great option for Twitter on the PlayBook. We’ll have a full review coming up so stay tuned!

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Microsoft’s Windows Phone operating system will grab about 20% of the smartphone market

According to research reports from Gartner and IDC, Microsoft’s Windows Phone operating system will grab about 20% of the smartphone market by 2015, enough to propel the OS past Apple’s iOS platform to take the No. 2 spot globally. Research firm Gartner believes Android will have a 49% market share in 2015, followed by Windows Phone at 19.5%, and Apple’s iOS growth will slow so much that it will only maintain a 17% share. IDC believes Windows Phone will have a 20.3 percent share in 2015. During the IFA trade show in Berlin on Friday, Windows Phone marketing head Achim Berg told Bloomberg those Windows Phone growth estimates are conservative. “This is a completely new platform, it takes time,” Berg said. “It took time with Android, it took time with Apple. We have to show that we’re very capable and that we have the fastest and easiest phone.”Gartner suggests Windows Phone’s growth is expected to surge thanks to help from big-name manufacturers such as HTC. Read on for more, including a statement from HTC’s president of Europe, the Middle East and Africa. “We’re seeing an extremely positive response [to the operating system],” HTC’s Europe, Middle East and Africa president Florian Seiche told Bloomberg. “We’re now thinking that this year is a great time to get that momentum accelerated, to reach out to a broader group of customers.” HTC revealed its latest Windows Phone Mango handsets, the Radar and Titan, on September 1st. The analyses from IDC and Gartner aren’t the only such reports that project explosive growth for Microsoft’s emerging mobile platform. Pyramid Research is even more bullish on the OS, having said in May that Windows Phone will surpass Android’s market share as soon as 2013.

How to add internal A2DP bluetooth for the Ipod Mini (2G)

Soldering gear. This bluetooth adapter . Since this link will probably be dead relatively soon it might pose a problem for those of you trying to do this mod; the item is listed as a generic bluetooth adapter but in the manual it is revealed to be the BTAV101 manufactured by Flaircomm. A few lengths of thin wire. I harvested my wires from an old parallel cable. So, let's get on with it. UPDATE:- After getting it all together and trying it out it turns out that the mini's case doesn't allow the transmitter to work nearly as far as it normally would. Extending the antenna out of the case doesn't help. It works up to about 6 feet when out of my pocket but it starts getting choppy while in my right pocket. Not sure what's causing the interference in my pocket, but the problem disappears while in my left pocket. Step 1Breaking it down So this is pretty straightforward. We need to get everything down bare so we can work with it. For the 2G iPod Mini the tear down is relatively easy. The guys over at have a great guide on how to get it down to where we need it. As for the bluetooth dongle, all we need to do is slide a flathead into the crack between the two halves and GENTLY pry it open. We dont want to stab right through it and risk damaging any of the internals. Unfortunately I'm writing this post teardown so I don't have any pictures but it's dead easy. The usb port on the adapter is too big to fit into the iPod and needs to be removed, I removed it by gently prying it off with a pair of pliers.

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

How to pay Kuwait landline bill

Ministry of Communications has launched a drive to recover outstanding dues on landlines. If dues are outstanding you risk of landline disconnection. Already pre-recorded messages are being played to subscribers nearly daily, if your bill payment is outstanding. Now there are 2 ways to do this..long way and short way. Long way means you go to you local telephone exchange and pay the dues which means skipping work for most of us. Or you can check your balances online and pay them via your bank’s online services. I bank with NBK and this facility is available in their online offerings. Anyways here is the drill for checking and paying your landline bills online: 1. Visit the MOC website and login 2. You will need your landline number [use the new number with 2] and civil id number that was used for registering the telephone line 3. Check your balance 4. Login to your banks website and pay your bills

How to send SMS and MMS from your iPad in Kuwait

SwirlyMessage provides real SMS and MMS for the iPad 3G and has just been released in Cydia Store. SwirlyMessage for iPad 3G is the follow up of the popular SwirlyMMS for the iPhone. SwirlyMMS for the iPhone has been downloaded more than 3 million times and is actively used in well above 400 carrier networks in more than 130 countries all over the world! SwirlyMessage for iPad 3G is a complete re-write, bottom up, of SwirlyMMS to fully utilize the power of the iPad with its large screen and different form factor. Prerequisites You must have an iPad 3G, ie your iPad must have a built in 3G modem Your SIM-card/carrier plan must allow for sending SMSes (and MMSes if you want to do that as well). If you are unsure about this please contact your carrier and tell them to enable SMS and/or MMS. Your iPad must be jailbroken.

Sunday, September 25, 2011

How To Hack Via BlueTooth in kuwait

This tutorial will allow you to send messages and make free phonecalls at another's expense. This will also allow you to read the phone book and inbox of the hacked device. This is a BlueTooth Hack tutorial by kuwait tech Please subscribe and comment. First you will need a phone that has BlueTooth connectivity. You should also have a handset that supports JAVA MIDP-2 (if you dont know how to check, its easier to just try and do it =] ). The tech you will need is a small file that we developed a while ago for mobiles called "MagicBlueHack" . I've posted it here for your convenience =] Note: search and download it from (search: BlueMagicHack) you might have to enter your phone type in the top right hand corner, to get the correct download.

Saturday, September 24, 2011

Cheaper than your Kuwait calling card

Because our calls are free from hidden charges like connection fees or expensive access numbers, Localphone is cheaper than calling cards to Kuwait that may advertise a lower rate. Local Numbers service makes calling Kuwait easier than ever before. Just tell us the number that you want to call and we’ll give you back a local number that connects straight to it. Save that number to your phone and use it to call Kuwait whenever you want. All you pay is the price of a local call (usually free) plus a small per minute amount to us. Phone Kuwait from your computer with our Internet Phone VoIP service. Get the same great rates to Kuwait from anywhere in the world with a broadband Internet connection, including free calls to other Localphone users. To call Kuwait from your computer just download our free desktop Internet Phone.

Friday, September 23, 2011

HTC ChaCha in kuwait

HTC announced the HTC ChaCha together with the HTC Salsa in Kuwait-- two social network-oriented Android phones -- in Barcelona at the Mobile World Congress. The Internet and the blogosphere in general called them “Facebook phones” due to their dedicated Facebook buttons as well as the deep Facebook integration. The HTC ChaCha isn’t your state-of-the-art Android phone in kuwait in terms of specifications. There is no dual-core processor and there’s no gigabyte of RAM. Instead, you’ve got a single-core processor clocking in at 800MHz – the phone was initially announced with a 600MHz CPU but HTC changed its mind – and 512 MB of RAM and ROM -- but guess what? It’s enough for the nene of the main advantages of Google’s Android platform is the fact that it does not require high-end internals to run decently. The ChaCha sports an 800MHz processor which is single core and has 512 MB of RAM and ROM. The screen is rather small, measuring 2.6 inches in diagonal, but it comes with the territory when you have a fixed full QWERTY keyboard in a candybar form factor. The resolution is half VGA with 480 horizontal and 320 vertical pixels. There’s a five-megapixel camera at the back aided by an LED flash which takes average pictures, but unfortunately won’t even record in 720p. 480p video is what you’ll get if you want to film, and pictures are a tad dull and washed out. The VGA camera on the front will serve you well as a mirror (HTC even has a mirror application installed) or for video calls, but Skype just didn’t work for us, and we're assuming that the internals aren’t powerful enough for the ChaCha to handle the application. Then there are your usual suspects: WiFi b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0, GPS, G-Sensor, digital compass, proximity sensor, ambient light sensor, LED inside the speaker grill for notifications and a radio which supports quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE in the 850/900/1800/1900 MHz bands. Powering all there’s a 1,250mAh battery which gives you enough juice for up to two days, even though Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread and the Facebook apps running in the background could sometimes be battery drainers. eds of the typical user in the target audience in kuwait.

Nokia N9 in Kuwait

Nokia N9 is the latest mobile comes with outstanding features. Nokia N9 has 8Mp Camera with 3264×2448 resolution, autofocus and dual –LED flash. Nokia N9 has all multimedia features like social networking, stereo FM radio with RDS; FM transmitter, games etc. Lets talk about the Nokia N9 price, features and specifications in Kuwait. Memory: Phonebook: Practically unlimited entries and fields, Photocall Call records Detailed, max 30 days Card slot microSD, up to 32GB, buy memory Display: 360 x 640 pixels, 4.0 inches Messaging: SMS (threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Email, IM Connectivity: GPRS Yes EDGE Yes 3G HSDPA, HSUPA WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, UPnP technology Bluetooth Yes, v3.0 with A2DP Infrared port No USB Yes, microUSB v2.0, USB On-the-go support Display Colour: Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors Camera: 8 MP, 3264×2448 pixels, autofocus, dual-LED flash.

Thursday, September 22, 2011

HTC Wildfire in Kuwait

The Wildfire comes in and supplants the Tattoo as HTC's mid-range device, offering up the now established Sense interface running over Android 2.1. Changes from the Tattoo centre around improved build quality, a capacitive display and styling that owes much to the flagship HTC Desire handset in kuwait. Those changes make quite a difference as the Wildfire is an attractive-looking device, fusing metals and plastics. A metal band sits across the back to provide that premium feel, with rubberised plastic most noticeably giving a soft feel to the subtle chin at the bottom of the phone. We particularly like the cut-out speaker holes on the front, exposing the bare metal, giving it a classy look, which belies its affordable status. The Tattoo's odd arrangement of buttons has been removed, with the Wildfire now offering four touch controls across the bottom of the screen: Home, Menu, Back and Search. As with the Legend and Desire, a clickable optical trackpad sits bottom centre. Elsewhere around the device, the familiar standby/power button sits on the top, and volume keys sit down the left-hand side. A 3.5mm jack and Micro-USB offer physical connections. The phone is a comfortable size, measuring 106.75 x 60.4 x 12.19mm and weighing 118g which are average specs for a smartphone. You get a 3.2-inch capacitive touchscreen display, the same size as the HTC Legend and the older Hero, but with a resolution of only 240 x 320 pixels, which at this size gives a noticeable fuzz to the experience, and one way of HTC differentiating the Wildfire from the those handsets higher up the range. Some mobile phone manufacturers differentiate between mid- and high-level devices by removing internal components (typically Wi-Fi). Fortunately the HTC Wildfire comes with everything you might expect inside. It is an HSDPA handset (with a CDMA version for our US cousins) and comes with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 2.1. All the sensors are here: GPS, digital compass, motion, proximity and ambient light. So the hardware tells us that this is a smartphone and you won't find yourself lacking on the connectivity front. Physical capabilities are one thing, but with HTC Sense sitting at the core of the phone, it is virtually connected too.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

i-mate JAMA 101 in kuwait

Hot on the heels of the x150 reviews we featured a few weeks ago we’ve had a hands on with the consumer equivalent the i-mate JAMA 101 the JAMA range is i-mates first foray into the consumer marketplace after the dissolution of their relationship with HTC so it’s quite key to their brand image, we’re going to look at how the JAMA measures up. The 101 is an upgraded version specs wise and styling wise over the original JAMA. I-mates HTC devices have stood them in good stead, the JAMA looks just like a mini version of i-mates HTC JAMin which was a massive favourite of mine. The JAMA certainly turned heads the styling and size are fantastic, the screen is a little smaller than is ideal but you’re getting a really compact PDA here with Windows Mobile 6 professional on Kuwait. The JAMA 101 is a really really good looking device, a great size, great finish and a real tactile feel; it looks the entire world like a smaller version of the JAMin. The JAMA is a real eye catcher and elicited a great deal of comment, it's a very compact and attractive device, the matt black finish is traditional i-mate and the JAMA sits nicely in the palm.

Nokia N8 in kuwait

The Nokia N8, Nokia’s latest smartphone, intuitively connects to the people, places and services that matter most. With the Nokia N8, people can create compelling content, connect to their favorite social networks and enjoy on-demand Web TV programs and Ovi Store apps. Available in select markets during the third quarter of 2010, the estimated retail price of the Nokia N8 is EUR 370, before applicable taxes or subsidies. The Nokia N8 introduces a 12 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, Xenon flash and a large sensor that rivals those found in compact digital cameras. Additionally, the Nokia N8 offers the ability to make HD-quality videos and edit them with an intuitive built-in editing suite. Doubling as a portable entertainment center, people can enjoy HD-quality video with Dolby Digital Plus surround sound by plugging into their home theatre system. The Nokia N8 enables access to Web TV services that deliver programs, news and entertainment from channels like CNN, E! Entertainment, Paramount and National Geographic. Additional local Web TV content is also available from the Ovi Store. Social networking is second nature to the Nokia N8. People can update their status, share location and photos, and view live feeds from Facebook and Twitter in a single app directly on the home screen. Calendar events from social networks can also be transferred to the device calendar. The Nokia N8 comes with free global Ovi Maps walk and drive navigation, guiding people to places and points of interest in kuwait.

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Update nimbuzz for BlackBerry in kuwait

Good news, released Nimbuzz 1.3.5 for the BlackBery owners out there. The new update brings a few small but useful features to improve your overall experience. Here is what’s new: Last time online: when opening a new chat with a Nimbuzz offline contact you will see next to their name the date when they were last seen online Fixed the empty contact list issue Get Nimbuzz for BlackBerry 1.3.5 from our website or via BlackBerry App World. Feedback is always welcome so please let us know what you think in the comment section below .

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

How to download Skype in Kuwait

Many residents in Kuwait know that Skype specifically, and VOIP in general, is banned by the Ministry of Communications. However, a lot of people (to my surprise) didn’t know that once the obstactle of getting the software is overcome, the program works perfectly fine. There are many ways of getting the software: If you know someone who lives abroad, you can ask them to download it for you and upload it on a file sharing service such as rapidshare Alternatively, you can use a free VPN service such as hotspotshield. This will unblock Skype’s homepage and you may download it (at a slow speed). Or you can use Wataniya Telecom’s routers or tethered mobiles’ unlimited data connection to access Skype’s homepage which is still unblocked. I am not sure about Zain and Viva.. perhaps someone can check and drop in a comment below. Now to add credit: You may follow steps 2 or 3. or access Skype’s secured site, which is unblocked by Kuwait’s ISPs. Skype is the defacto standard for video conferencing and I plea the authorities to reconsider their ban.

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Backup galaxy tab in Kuwait

Titanium Backup ! Actually, I also wonder just who I am doing this test at all? Roots to know the app and use non-root you can not. What a dilemma in which I am! I show courage and try them anyway, not just (well YET!) Around you and annoy you, but because it has the potential to put everything else into the shade! After starting the app you will be confronted once with terms that are at least tell me as a NON-Linux users nothing. Busy Box? LZO compression? Wiki OK! You are on the list! LZO , a compression standard that is designed for pure speed. Why I did not know before? Well, at least I now have a new favorite spelling for "Upper hammer". The compression of the backed apps can also be done by the known Kompriemierungsarten as tar.gz. LZO is a bit faster, but is not supported by any processor. The real humor but is above the BusyBox . It is a fundamental part of the Linux / Unix OS, and incorporates many small standard Unix applications to a file. Seems important to be well! You can download and install these two programs under the button "issues?". BusyBox was installed successfully, you receive the message by now that the app now in Bestiz is the super user privileges. Of course this is important if you want to use the app, and create backups. Manage the main function to create backups, restore and delete, is the top humor!

Friday, September 2, 2011

Change proxy settings in Internet Explorer in Kuwait

Proxy settings are used to tell Internet Explorer the network address of an intermediary server (known as a proxy server) that is used between the browser and the Internet on some networks in kuwait. Changing proxy settings is something you usually only have to do if you are connecting to the Internet through a corporate network. By default, Internet Explorer automatically detects proxy settings. However, you might need to manually set a proxy with information supplied by your network administrator. Here's how: To change proxy server settings Open Internet Explorer by clicking the Start button , and then clicking Internet Explorer. Click the Tools button, and then click Internet Options. Click the Connections tab, and then click LAN settings. Select the Use a proxy server for your LAN check box. In the Address box, type the address of the proxy server. In the Port box, type the port number. If your network requires separate proxy addresses for different services, such as HTTP, HTTPS, or FTP, click the Advanced button, and then type the individual proxy server addresses to use. When you are finished making changes, click OK until you return to Internet Explorer.

MTC Kuwait Deploys Motorola Solution to Provide Customers

Under the agreement, MTC Kuwait will deploy Motorola’s Global Applications Management Architecture (GAMA) solution including systems integration and advanced network optimization services which are designed to enhance the mobile data capacity of the operator’s network and improve the performance of mobile data applications even over low-bandwidth connections. The enhanced network will enable users to access mobile web pages and email on the move at a faster rate than previously.

“Providing high quality service is one of the most important aspects of our operation at MTC Kuwait, as is continuous improvement of the data network speeds to meet our customers' expanding mobile communication requirements,” said Barrak Al Sabeeh, general manager, MTC Kuwait.

“There is a growing demand from our customers for mobile data services – applications such as push email – that require a fast and reliable connection to deliver real value to the user. The Motorola GAMA solution that we have rolled out will enable us to deliver the level of service that users require, and add new users to the network, all without having to make substantial new investment in infrastructure, thereby realizing efficiencies,” Al Sabeeh added.

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Wataniya Telecom begins BlackBerry promotion in Kuwait

Wataniya Telecom has announced that it will be organizing a month-long event in partnership with Research In Motion (RIM) to celebrate the BlackBerry experience. Wataniya’s BlackBerry smartphone customers, or anyone who is interested in learning about the world of BlackBerry, are invited to come along and update their smartphones, install the latest programs including BlackBerry App World, get free accessories for their handset and more. The company is also promoting a new offer which enables users to select from four of the latest BlackBerry smartphones on a monthly installment package, starting at US$18.17 per month. Customers will also get a two-month free subscription when they sign up for one year to any of Wataniya’s postpaid plans for BlackBerry smartphones, including the Social Networking and Messaging plans for US$25.44 for 30 days.

Install Java in Internet Explorer in Kuwait

Java is a technology used to create interactive or animated web content, such as games or advanced financial applications. Java programs are downloaded automatically to your computer when you use them and don't usually require special installation. To run Java programs in Internet Explorer, however, you must install special Java software. When you install Java, it is enabled by default and configured with safety settings at their highest level. To install Java, follow these steps: Open Internet Explorer by clicking the Start button . In the search box, type Internet Explorer, and then, in the list of results, click Internet Explorer. Go to the website. Click the Free Java Download button, and then click Agree and Start Free Download. This should take you to the Java installation screen. If you're prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation. If a yellow Information bar appears (warning you that the website requires an ActiveX control or add-on from Sun Microsystems), click the yellow bar and then click Install ActiveX Control or Install Add-on. When a Security Warning dialog box appears, click Install. Click Install. (Note that you can also change where Java is installed from the default location of C:\Program Files\Java by selecting the Change destination folder check box and by following the instructions.) When you see the successful completion dialog box, click Close. Java does not require any additional settings or restarts.

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