Google has launched Google Buzz today which is quite a step into the social web arena. Google Buzz lets you share information and communicate with your friends, just like the way you do right now on various social applications, in a much cooler way. Google Buzz also provides enhanced location based services that you can use on your mobile devices.
There are several ways you can use Google Buzz on your smartphone/mobile device:
1. Mobile web browser
If you own an Android based smartphone or an Apple iPhone you can visit buzz.google.com from your mobile’s web browser to access Google Buzz. Using Google Buzz you can stay in touch with your friends as well as attach geographical location.
2. Using Google Maps application
You can access a layer of Google Buzz on your Google Maps application. You can make a post on Buzz using the app as well as upload a photo too. You can also access Place Pages from the Google Maps application for Google Buzz. The buzz layer for Google Maps application is currently available for iPhone (web maps), Android, Windows Mobile and Symbian based phones.
3. Google.com Homepage
When you visit Google.com homepage from your phone you can simply tap the buzz icon that shall appear on the right top corner of the web page.
4. Using Voice Shortcut
You can access Google Buzz using the voice shortcut widget on Android based phones as well as Google Mobile App on the Apple iPhone. Here you can post a buzz simply without typing. How cool is that?
You’ve seen some of the photos of the Google Phone aka Nexus One in the wild. They’ve been all over the web now. It appears that a new set of photos of Nexus One have been released on the Internet by one lucky guy who’s had access to the phone. The new Nexus One photos clearly show Google’s branding, packaging, Android presence and HTC’s hardware. Google’s employees have had access to this phone for some time now. The phone is set to release early in 2010 and Google will be selling it’s Nexus One in both unlocked and contract modes.
Take a look at Google’s Nexus One.
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The phone rings. I answer it and the person on the other end sounds like his arse is on fire. But he’s just another Indian pay per second billing subscriber making the most of it. Pay per second is finally here. Although Indian users have been accustomed to dirt cheap phone calls for a long time now, pay per second has added fuel to the fire. The market is flooded with new tariff options every now and then. So how does pay per second make things green for consumers?
Let’s first take a look at how things started to roll. TRAI had earlier recommended that mobile operators in India could offer pay per second billing to reduce costs even further. Tata in collaboration with Japanese telecom major NTT DOCOMO launched their GSM based services recently under the brand name of Tata Docomo. The company surprised everyone with it’s initial offering of pay per second billing. Tata Docomo generated enough buzz to generate so much heat in other mobile operators’ pants that they had to come up with pay per second billing schemes as well. Aircel soon followed along with Airtel, Vodafone and Idea. Now state owned BSNL has also launched per second billing options.
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Aircel has recently launched it’s mobile services in the Delhi circle. Aircel is already present in 14 telecom circles and boasts of 170 lakh subscribers nationwide. Aircel is a joint venture between Malaysia’s Maxis Communications and Apollo Hospital Enterprise Ltd. of India. Maxis Communications holds a majority stake of 74% in the joint venture. Aircel initially launched it’s services in Tamil Nadu in 1999. The company has recently obtained additional spectrum for 13 new circles including Delhi, Mumbai, Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Haryana, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra & Goa, Rajasthan, Punjab, UP (West) and UP (East).
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You can easily broadcast live video using your mobile phone’s camera. Broadcasting a live video feed comes handy when you’re attending a conference, concert etc. which you’d love to share with your friends or everyone out there. You could have your own 24×7 live video channel over the Internet. You’ll need a compatible mobile phone along with a high speed internet access (3G or WiFi recommended) for seamless uploading.
I’ll discuss two great free applications for your mobile phone here which you can use for broadcasting live video from anywhere using your cell phone.
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