Hey Guys (1st of September),

What are you up to for this first day of the year?? Believe me, for every student around the world, September is the beginning of the year , and August  the End.  For the 31st of August, i spend the day: chilling at home with my siblings, Hot Chocolate, Blogging Issue and laughing about how will be summer 2014!!!But first , lets face this new academic year and run that sh*t like a BOSS. *CHEESE*  🙂   ^_^   .

In this post, i wanted to share with you guys , what i found out while looking around the telecommunications world! And, let me tell you guys, being a * Techy Nerdy* for me is awesome as H*ll! I love what i see, i love what i am struggling during 9 months of an academic year, and i love how my future looks like. So keep updating with these two links below and watch out guys.


–   ”      Leaked: HTC One Android 4.3 Pre-Release      ”

 –   ”    Samsung Galaxy Gear Arriving September 4 – Confirmed  “


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Hi guys(new day, second post)!

INSTAGRAM ??? Yes! KEEK???? Yes!! BROWSER??? Yes!!!  WHATSAPP??? Yes!!!! GAMES??? Yes!!!!! The seller: “Did you make your choice Miss?”” No!!!! I am lost!!!!! Well , this scene occurred yesterday in a store when i finally though i made my choice for a new gadget! Little budget totally sucks. How on Earth could have i make a choice? It killed my night. So i decided to look on the internet and guess what??? They give you everything but not an answer!!! 😦 Watch this!

  • Oh will that fit in my pocket ?

That is something one wonders when one looks at the size of a tablet. The smallest tablets come in a 5” body while the largest smartphone is of 9.7”. But with bigger screen comes better resolution, better picture quality and more functionality. The portability factor is a key. Smartphones are very convenient, slip it in your pocket, keep it in the bag/purse wherever you put it, it is good to go.

  • Do I need that ?

When it comes to buying a tablet, the one question you need to ask yourself is do I really need a tablet?  Tablets are larger, much easier to use as keyboard is more user-friendly. They are also portable and can ideally be a substitute for a Personal Computer. But if you want it exclusively for phone use, you won’t like to be holding a 8” tablet at your ear! That would look stupid.

  • Cool! What about the specifications ?

With the current technology out there, any smartphone can compete with the tablets. Large 32 GB memory with 1 Ghz processor is something both have there to offer. Smartphones have a limited memory as compared to the tablets, as the tablets haveadditional USB slot(s) to fit in external hard disks.

  • All right, what about internet ?

Smartphones have the SIM card capability, so they have access to 3G as well as 2G/EDGEnetwork. No need to say that they also come with WiFi. The tablets have the USB port, so we can use the USB netconnect broadband services (dongle’s). They also come with wi-fi support. Some tablets come with a SIM slot, so they can be configured for 3G/2G/EDGE network.

  • What about messaging and calling ?

Instant messaging/SMS is always an option. Smartphones adapt this well. Some smartphones even can make video calls. But why settle for SMS/voice calls when you can make video calls. Who says we cannot call from a tablet? Voice call/video call feature is offered using internet connection(eg : skype). So you can video call all your online friends, on the go. Even to the friends sitting at home in front of their PC’s.

  • Err! What about the price ?

Currently, in the market you can get a good smartphone starting for about ₹ 5k. SeeTablet under ₹ 5000.
At the same price, many companies offer their tablets, of course with certain shortcomings.

Seeing the current trend, the smartphones getting bigger and the tablets getting smaller, it is inevitable that one day, there will be no smartphones or tablets, there would be just the fusion of both of them: “smablets” or “tabphones” or, whatever you wish to call them! The gadget that will replace tablets, computers and phones. That would be a great day, not far away, when people will go “The new smablet way”!

PARODY TIME: Lets laugh

>>>>Please guys i love blogging and posting news but i also love getting good grades so make sure to comment or visit my blog for new updates(they will count for the final exam of my course ^^) Thanks you so much<<<<<<



Hi guys (new day, new post),

I don’t know if before it had happened to you but, for me ( i should confess it) Microsoft was different from Windows, the only browser on Earth (yes on Earth guys) was Internet Explorer and me + a computer equaled an integral calculus in probabilities. Yes! It has happened to me. <<Ignorant Period>> LOL

So for now that i MUST know the latest updates in every domain of Telecommunications, i deserve to know those responsible of that. And , well , of course share it with you guys! I named it : HIDDEN RECOGNITION. Here are some of these wonderful  people we must congratulate for every forward step they made or they are making  for the evolution of the WORLD WIDE WEB!

Make sure guys you read that link, you know,…to have something intellectually speaking during argues. It helps sometimes. ^^




Hi guys (new day, new post!),



Like everyday, i wake up and i pray,asking God to help me reach my goal.  This goal i chose since 2011 : become an engineer. It is actually not a dream for me , but a challenge i gave to myself for some personal reasons. Having an idea of something and facing the reality of it are two different things. And because of the link i am about to share with you now,at the beginning of this  rough week; i know that i am able, i am capable! And if i can , why not you?




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Hi guys,

Okay for a while now, i have been dedicated my phone style to NOKIA. Why? I really don”t know!!! Mummy, what is your brand’s phone?…Nokia! Hey Bro, which phone are you using? Nokia!…Somebody knows which phone Sandra(sister) is using presently?…(Mummy) She just bought a new Nokia!!!

…..Okay , now it is obvious!!!! I need changes!!! So it took me time but i am focusing my mind in two styles of smartphones : ANDROID and I PHONE . Then i collected some information about and i wanted to share it with you so you can give me impressions and leave comments to tell me which one i should pick at the end!  Thanks.


 1. Hardware: Choice vs. Polish

Hardware is the first place that the differences between the iPhone and Android become clear. Apple is the only



company that makes i Phones, giving it extremely tight control over how the software and hardware work together. On the other hand, Google offers its Android software to many phone makers (Samsung, HTC, LG, and Motorola, among others, offer Android phones). As a result, Android phones vary quite a bit in size, weight, features, user experience, and quality.

It’s not uncommon to hear that some Android phones overheat or freeze up or that some models are simply low quality. While iPhones have also had hardware issues (especially the iPhone 4 antenna problems), inconsistency of quality generally isn’t an issue for the iPhone.

Apple offers users a single choice: what model of iPhone do you want (5, 4S or 4), not what company’s phone and then what model. Of course, some people may prefer the greater choice Android offers. Others, though, will appreciate the simplicity and quality offered by the iPhone.

Winner: Tie

 2. OS Compatibility

If you want to make sure you always have the latest and greatest features that your chosen smartphone operating

iPhone wins

iPhone wins

system offers, you have no choice but to buy an iPhone. That’s because Android makers are very slow about updating their phones to Google’s latest Android OS releases–and sometimes don’t update their phones at all.

While it’s to be expected that eventually older phones will no longer have support for the latest OS, Apple’s support for older phones is generally better than Android’s. Take for instance, iOS 6, its latest OS. It includes full support for the iPhone 4, a more than two-year-old phone as of this writing. Because of that, the latest version of the iOS, 6.1.2, became the most-used version just a week after its release.

On the other hand, Android 4.0, code-named Ice Cream Sandwich, is   running on just 2.9% of Android devices 6 months after its release. This is partly because the makers of the phones control when the OS is released for their phones and, as that linked article shows, some makers have been slow to release it to their users.

So, if you want the latest and greatest as soon as it’s ready, you need an iPhone.

Winner: iPhone

  3. Gaming: A Growing Giant

Just a couple of years ago, video gaming–and especially mobile video gaming–was dominated by Nintendo’s DS and

iPhone wins

iPhone wins

Sony’s PSP. The iPhone has changed that. The iPhone (and iPod touch) has rapidly become a major player in the mobile video game market, with tens of thousands of great games. The growth of the iPhone as a gaming platform, in fact, has led some observers to forecast that Apple is well on its way to eclipsing Nintendo and Sony as the leading mobile game platform.

Beyond that, the general expectation that Android apps should be free (noted above) has led game developers interested in making money (i.e., almost all of them, and certainly all the major ones) to develop for iPhone first and Android second. In fact, due to various problems with developing for Android, some game companies have stopped creating games for it all together.

While Android has its fair share of hit games, the iPhone has the clear advantage here.

Winner: iPhone

4. GPS Navigation: Free Wins–For Everyone

As long as you’ve got access to the Internet and a smartphone, you never have get lost again thanks to the built-in GPS



and maps apps on both the iPhone and Android. Both platforms sport GPS apps that can give drivers turn-by-turn directions and, with the arrival of iOS 6, both platforms now have free, built-in, turn-by-turn directions.

Android users can use Google Maps Navigation, an app that’s not available for iPhone, to get free turn-by-turn directions to virtually anywhere. On the other hand, iPhone users running iOS 6 can use the new, built-in Maps app to get directions to their destination.

Winner: Tie

5. Battery Life

Because of the greater variety of hardware used in Android phones, Android’s battery life is more varied. While early



iPhone models had batteries that required a charge nearly every day, that’s no longer true. With recent models, it’s easy to go days at a time without needing a charge (though that will be tested with the iPhone 5).

The story is much more complex with Android, thanks to the large variety of models that run it. Some Android models now have 4-inch screen or 4G LTE networking, both of which burn through much more battery life. To get a sense of what that means, some 4G LTE Android phones are being touted as successes because they can work 8 hours straight without a charge. That means they don’t last an entire day, just a work day. I’m sure the faster networking is great, but that’s too much of a trade-off for me. Add that to the battery-intensive apps Android phones run (including some in the background that the user doesn’t necessarily know are there), a charge every day (or less) isn’t unheard of.

That said, there are some Android phones that offer ultra-high capacity batteries. If you don’t mind the extra bulk, they’ll work much longer than iPhones on a single charge.

Winner: Tie

6. Screen Size

If you’re looking for the biggest screens available on smartphones, Android is your clear choice. It’s not uncommon to find Android phones with 4.3-inch screens, and the HTC One X offers a 4.7-inch screen, while the Samsung Galaxy Note stretches the ruler at 5.3 inches. So, for sheer size, Android it is.

Android wins

Android wins

The question, of course, is whether a screen that big on a phone is actually a good idea. After all, phones go in our pockets or purses, they’re held in our hands and to our faces, where huge devices may not necessarily be a benefit. And as we’ve seen already, large screens consume more battery power.

While Apple long held to the 3.5-inch screen size, the iPhone 5 brings a 4-inch screen. However, instead of making the entire device proportionally bigger, and therefore a less comfortable fit in the hand, Apple made the screen taller, but not wider. This allows the phone to still be easily used with one hand. Besides that, the Retina Displaytechnology gives the iPhone’s screen much higher pixel density (how many pixels can fight in the same physical space; the more pixels the better the image) than many Android screens. Still, if it’s raw size you’re after, Android’s the choice, but not by much.

Winner: Android

7. Networking: Tied in 4G

For the fastest wireless Internet experience, you have to go to Android. That’s because–for now–only Android devices



support true 4G LTE networking, the wireless data standard that is succeeding, and outspeeding, 3G.

Not all Android devices have 4G LTE, and not all areas of the U.S. have 4G LTE available yet, but if you’ve got a compatible device, have an available network, and are on a carrier with 4G LTE, some Android phones can offer blazing-fast speeds.

While Android used to hold the lead here, the category is now a tie thanks to the release of the iPhone 5. With true 4G LTE networking, the iPhone 5 is on par with Android for the fastest cellular data speeds.

Winner: Tie

8. Carriers: 4 vs. 3

If you like to have a lot of choices, Android is your best bet. Just like there are many Android phones from many companies, you can also get Android phones that work on any of the U.S.’s four major phone carriers: AT&T, Verizon,

Android wins

Android wins

Sprint, and T-Mobile.

On the other hand, the iPhone is only available on AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon (for now; T-Mobile is joining the gang later in 2013. In the meantime, unlocked AT&T iPhones can work on T-Mobile). Both options are available through the many small, regional carriers in the U.S., too

So, if you’re already a T-Mobile customer, or just want maximum flexibility, Android should be your choice.

Winner: Android, for now