Monday, July 9, 2012

Slow Rise to Glory: Meta Trader 5 – Android App

Meta Trader 5 (MT5) was recently released in the middle of 2012 and gained a great deal of popularity straight away as users of its previous incarnation, Meta Trader 4, started to switch. This app is useful to foreign exchange traders. It contains charting software and the ability to open and close bids on the go . The MT5 app is available now in the android market place - however, even today not all brokers have switched to using the new MT5 so its popularity is still rising.
Originally, the MT5 was sent into beta testing all the way back in 2010, so it’s a long awaited app that’s been in production for a very long time about Latest Technology Tips. With so many features, including strategy testing, one-click trading, all the different charts and analysis tools, and the MQL5 programming language, it’s no surprise that it took so long to perfect.
With a better interface and a sleeker look initial reviews were generally good and actively promoted the MT5 app. Brokers have been slow to take it up as their mobile software program of choice, as already mentioned, but one major broker called Alpari were one of the first to integrate Metatrader 5 into their trading platform as an Android app. This encouraged some other brokers to follow suit and take up the app as well. This caused the popularity levels of the MT5 to rise up again.
What encourages people to take up this app instead of the tried and tested MT4, though?
Well the fact that it’s many more analysis tools than the MT4 is a major consideration. Whilst it’s not really an attraction for those who rely almost solely on fundamental analysis to make their decisions, it’s a big boon for fans of technical analysis. Furthermore, the fact that the new MQL5 language makes it easier to deal with EAs is an additional benefit. Now optimising new automated trading programs can take minutes, instead of the days it tends to take when utilising MT4.
Where to get pass4sure the App: You can download the MT5 android app from MetaQuotes or the android marketplace. Little Tip: Register with Alpari or a similar broker (that uses the MT5 mobile platform facility) to create a demo account using the brokers’ server technology. This enables you to dummy trade on the live financial market and gives you an opportunity to check out the connection speed on your android mobile device.
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Monday, October 31, 2011

Checking Call Phone Calls With Reverse Phone Lookup Database

Reverse cell phone lookup is especially beneficial for knowing the identity of a person; in case you have missed out on some call made from an unsaved or anonymous number. The missed call might have been very important for you, but on the reverse case it may be made as a prank call. To know the identity of such a person, what you are required to do is to refer to a reverse cell phone lookup company to make out the details. Although personal identity is never meant to be made public, but this Internet based company do so on urgent cases with a small fee to be made for the process. No matter from where the call has been done, landline or a cellular phone, reverse cell phone look up easily looks for the required information needed by its client.

Chose a good reverse cell phone lookup directory

Seek for a directory service that is trustworthy. You may not obtain it in natural cases as revealing identity is against the privacy norms; however, certain private detective or journalists keep such contact for their job or diverse business purpose.

The directory should be made compiling of unrestricted number of private or public numbers. They also include the restricted base cell carrier data.

Steps to do the search:
• To find details of a number visit one reverse phone lookup service providing website first.
• They might require you to register for some fees.
• Place the number about which you want to enquire or the right place and click on search for a customized search of their directory.
• If you are lucky, the directory will contain the number and all the personal identity information of the user using that phone number will pop up in the screen.
• The information that you will receive will be, the user’s name, his age, the service provider company, the address on which the provider has billed him, the service and even his previous address too.
• The reverse cell phone lookup company may also perform a background check concerning the criminal records or records of any divorce filed from the official sources if required by their client, in this case you.

Sunday, August 14, 2011

Blackberry Curve 8310

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BlackBerry Curve 8310

Featuring a metallic finish, clean lines and soft edges, the BlackBerry Curve 8310 is the smallest & lightest BlackBerry smartphone ever to come with a full QWERTY keyboard. The BlackBerry Curve 8310 is designed to simplify your life in a friendly, personal and easy-to-use package. It’s your connection to everything that matters.


107 x 60 x 15.5 mm


111 g


Talk time Up to 4 h, Stand-by Up to 408 h


BlackBerry OS


64 MB flash memory + Extendable microSD (TransFlash)


Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP, USB, GPRS, EDGE

Display Size

320 x 240 pixels (Trackball navigation)

Display Colour

65K colors

Operating Frequency / Band

GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900






Media player (Videos/Music), Games (builtin + downloadable)


2 MP, 1600×1200 pixels, flash

Other Features

QWERTY keyboard, Integrated GPS, BlackBerry maps, Voice dial, Built-in handsfree

Ring Tones

Polyphonic (32 channels), MP3


SMS, MMS, Email, Instant Messaging

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

LG Optimus 2X

LG has traditionally focussed on the entry-level mobile phone market with handsets like the Optimus One, but its latest Android phone — the Optimus 2X — aims to compete at the top end of the market. Along with a powerful dual-core processor, the LG Optimus 2X has a 4in display, an 8-megapixel camera with 1080p full HD video recording and an HDMI-out port.

Read our LG Optimus 2X vs. Apple iPhone 4 smartphone showdown and check out our roundup of other top Android smartphones.

LG Optimus 2X: Design and display

The LG Optimus 2X is a very well constructed smartphone. It features the combination of a glass front, metallic sides and quality-feeling plastic on the back. First impressions are very positive, and the Optimus 2X looks and feels like an expensive handset from the moment you pick it up. We particularly liked the rear battery cover — it has a brushed metal rectangular strip in the middle that features an etched 'with Google' logo, and the brown plastic has a soft, rubberised feel that doesn't easily scratch or mark. The Optimus 2X feels sturdy and rigid, and there are no signs of any rattles or creaks. The camera lens protrudes slightly from the back so the phone doesn't sit flat on a table or desk.

The LG Optimus 2X has a power button on the top, and volume keys on the left side, along with a bottom-mounted micro USB port and a top-mounted headphone jack and HDMI-out port. The power and volume buttons are perfectly positioned and provide great tactility when pressed, while the HDMI-out port is covered by a plastic flap that is easily removed. Below the display are four backlit, touch sensitive Android keys — menu, home, back and search. The keys are relatively responsive, even if we prefer physical keys.

The LG Optimus 2X has a 4in IPS display with a resolution of 800x480. It displays vibrant colours and crisp text, and has excellent viewing angles. We were also left impressed with its performance in direct sunlight. Our main complaint stems from its responsiveness, as the Optimus 2X's screen felt rather sticky — it often required a firmer press than it should have to be activated, while gentle swipes across the screen sometimes didn't register. It's not a huge issue once you get used to it, but the Optimus 2X's touchscreen definitely feels less responsive than most competitors.

LG Optimus 2X: Software

The LG Optimus 2X comes with Google's Android 2.2 (Froyo) operating system, but LG has promised it will be upgradeable to the latest version of Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) in the coming months. The Gingerbread version of the Android platform will equip the Optimus 2X with a refreshed user interface, an improved keyboard layout, better text selection and gyroscopic support for 3D gaming.

LG has skinned the standard Android UI with its own overlay and many of the changes are positive. We particularly liked the music controls that are integrated into the notifications slide-down bar, the revamped contact pages, and the cartoonish-looking weather, clock and calendar widgets. LG's on-screen keyboard is also excellent and is very similar in both look and feel to the iPhone layout. However, LG's Facebook and Twitter apps are much inferior to the standard Android versions, and the entire LG overlay isn't as slick or smooth as we feel it should be — especially given the Optimus 2X is powered by a dual-core processor.

LG Optimus 2X: Other features

Along with a 1GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core processor, the LG Optimus 2X has an 8-megapixel camera that doubles as a 1080p full HD video recorder, HDMI-out, DLNA and 8GB of internal memory. These top-end specifications put it in line to compete with other powerful Android smartphones like the HTC Desire HD, and the Sony Ericsson XPERIA Arc.

The LG Optimus 2X's 8-megapixel rear camera takes still photographs with excellent levels of detail and sharpness, and possesses good colour reproduction. The lack of a camera shutter key is slightly annoying, but the on-screen button does a relatively good job in its place. The LED flash is powerful and bright, but does tend to wash out colours in low-light situations. Video recording is also excellent, with high levels of detail and decent sound quality.

The LG Optimus 2X comes with an HDMI-out port, meaning you can connect it directly to a high definition television, but LG doesn't include a HDMI cable in the sales package. Along with DLNA connectivity for wirelessly sharing media content, the Optimus 2X is well equipped for multimedia sharing.

The LG Optimus 2X has a microSD card slot, along with a reasonably impressive 8GB of internal memory, and is powered by 512MB of RAM. Unfortunately, the LG Optimus 2X has below-average battery life. Most users will get around 24 hours of life out of the Optimus 2X's 1500mAh battery before it needs a recharge, but heavy users may need an injection of power before then. Our review unit often ran out of power before a full day.

The LG Optimus 2X will initially launch through retailer Harvey Norman for $649 outright, and will then be available via open distribution as an unlocked handset "in the near future." Alternatively, Australian online store MobiCity sells the LG Optimus 2X outright and unlocked wedding silk sarees.

Saturday, August 6, 2011

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini

It seems a little odd to be reviewing Android 2.1 as if it's a new release when we expect Android phones to arrive with 2.2 or higher these days, but it's still a welcome update for Sony Ericsson's tiny little telephone. Obviously the hardware is still the same – click through to the later pages to read about the software enhancements now on offer in the 2.1 update.
Sony ericsson xperia x10 mini
The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini should be nothing more than a shrunken version of the Xperia X10 – but in reality it's a whole new phone that gives Android a complete makeover.

Oh yes, it's small. Sony Ericsson isn't joking when it says the Xperia X10 Mini is the same size as a credit card. Obviously it's a lot thicker, but the overall size and weight of the super-small Android phone is about equivalent to a packet of Swan matches. It is tiny.

The exterior is smooth with only three buttons on the face of the phone – Menu, Home and Back – and there's no D-pad or joystick whatsoever here.

Sony ericsson xperia x10 mini

The combination screen lock and power button is on the top edge, with a volume up/down toggle and dedicated camera button on the right-hand side.

On the bottom edge sits a 3.5mm headphone jack and the micro-USB connector, which requires a sharp, unbitten fingernail to pull open the little rubber stopper that stops pocket fluff build up. It's a simple, straightforward layout.

People who are afraid of buttons won't find the X10 Mini an intimidating experience.

Inside the box of this unlocked version direct from Sony Ericsson sat the phone, a 2GB microSD card, a micro-USB connector, headphones with inline pause button and five alternate-colour snap-on back panels.

Supplied colours will vary depending on who you buy yours from, as the company's fixed up a few exclusive deals for bundling different colour cases with the networks.

But there's no battery in the box – that's permanently fixed inside the phone. You're not able to replace it yourself, as it's locked within the core of the handset beneath a few layers of circuit boards, behind those funny star-shaped screws.

It's very light and could possibly do with feeling a little heavier, if only so it doesn't blow out of your hand in a breeze. But for a phone so affordable – currently going for around £140 on PAYG deals – the X10 Mini has a remarkably high-class feel about it Michael Jackson Lyrics - posicionamiento web.

Friday, August 5, 2011

Motorola Atrix 4G

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Motorola Atrix is currently leading the list of best Android smartphones. It has a beautiful sleek design and 5mp camera. It is also known as mini laptop because it features dual core processor and 2.2 Android OS.


CPU: Dual Core 1GHz ARM Cortex-A9 processor, ULP GeForce GPU, Tegra 2 chipset.

Display: TFT capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors, 540 x 960 pixels, 4.0 inches

Memory: 16 GB storage, 1 GB RAM, external memory up to 32GB.

Battery Time: Up to 250 hours and 9 hours talk time.

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

HTC EVO shift 4G

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Another glory set but HTC called EVO shift. This smartphone is another one of the most wanted smartphones in the world. It contains Android 2.2 (froyo) with 5mp camera and huge storage option.


CPU: 800 MHz Scorpion processor, Adreno 205 GPU, Qualcomm MSM7630 Snapdragon chipset

Display: TFT capacitive touchscreen, 65K colors, 480 x 800 pixels, 3.6 inches

Memory: 512 MB RAM / 2048 MB ROM, 2GB in external memory included up to 32 GB

Battery Time: up to 146 hours with 6 hours talk time.