Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Important feature of Nokia 6120 classic mobile phone

  • Now a days more and more using their mobile set for downloading music, streaming video, browsing the Internet or receiving emails with attachments, Nokia 6120 phone can help you to perform those tasks faster and easier by utilizing HSDPA.
  • The new phone have two cameras first, a 2-megapixel camera with 4-times digital zoom, flash and panorama mode for taking high-quality photographs and the second camera is in the front which can take your picture while you are gong to use the video call feature.
  • Consumers can transfer their email, messages and other personal files from their old Nokia mobile phone to Nokia 6120 very easily. The Data Transfer application allows consumers to transfer contacts, calendars, photos, videos and files from their previous Nokia to their new Nokia 6120 classic, even when the SIM card is removed.
  • Also you don't have to sit infront of your office computer to check your calendar. You can easily synchronize your calendar from your office computer with the calendar featured in the Nokia 6120 classic phone.
  • With Nokia 6120 and 3G technology you can experience with faster browsing, streaming, music downloads and email and Internet access. The new Nokia HSDPA technology makes these applications, and many others, more accessible.
  • The Nokia 6210 classic is based on S60 software that lets users download and use additional applications in addition to the ones already found on the device. Users can personalize the phone with a wide variety of add-on applications, enhancements, content and service. S60 also allows users to run several applications at the same time enabling them to browse the Web while listening to their favourite music.

Saturday, April 7, 2007

Security features of Symantec Mobile Security Suite 5.0

Symantec Mobile Security Suite 5.0 will provide several integrated security technologies for mobile devices, including:

  • Antivirus – Whenever mobile user trying to access any file, Mobile Security Suite 5.0 checks any possible threats and prevents users from accessing an infected file. Also administrators can schedule regular virus scans and download any updates of Antivirus via Symantec LiveUpdate;
  • Firewall – Just like computer firewall, this controls both inbound and outbound network traffic on the mobile device;
  • Anti-SMS Spam – Anti-SMS spam is to detect spam message. After detecting spam message, it automatically filters and deletes spam messages, or places them in a separate spam folder;
  • Loss mitigation technologies – This is to protect your confidential data on the device and memory cards in case it is lost or stolen. In case some unauthorized user attempts to access confidential data and enter wrong password, after certain number of unsuccessfull attempt data wipe tool erases all data .
  • Phone Feature Control –Using this feature administrators can enable and disable certain device features like Bluetooth, WiFi, and device synching. This limits security vulnerabilities and potential attack by only providing access to those features which are required for business;
  • Symantec Mobile VPN – This optional can help you to corporate networks through secure IPSec VPN tunnels.
  • Network Access Control – When used with the Symantec Mobile VPN, this technology enables IT administrators to ensure only secure, policy-compliant devices can access the corporate network;
  • Tamper Protection – Verifies that the device’s image and security applications have not been tampered with or altered prior to allowing network access;
  • Enterprise Management – This provides a management console . With this IT administrator can customize the security policies.

Tuesday, April 3, 2007

Deepfish : New Mobile Web Browser introduced by Microsoft

Microsoft introduced a new mobile technology, called Deepfish, designed to offer mobile users quick and convenient Web browsing that more closely resembles the experience of browsing the Web on desktop computers.

It is claimed that Deepfish provides users with a full "as-designed" view of virtually any Web site on their mobile device and looks as you would expect it to on your desktop, allowing much more of the Web to be easily viewed on a mobile device than is possible today. The interface lets users zoom in and out on the parts of a Web page that interest them in an intuitive way, making it easy to use these large-screen formatted pages on a mobile device. On current mobile browsers, it can typically take up to a minute or more for a Web page to render, however the Deepfish architecture only loads the user-specified portion of the page, providing much quicker page-load times, as detailed information is only retrieved as needed or in the background.

To download the Deepfish technology preview and get updates from the Deepfish team blog go to, Microsoft is providing limited access to the preview on a first-come, first-serve basis.