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With a host of iPhone unlocking software out there now you can now unlock iPhone 3g very easily and get many features which the iPhone lacks. iPhone 3g Unlocking softwares are very popular.

By unlocking your iPhone you will be able to use any GSM Sim card worldwide, including Vodafone, T-Mobile, Orange, Tesco, Sprint, Verizon and many more… you’ll be able to do video recording, unlock MMS messaging which is obviously a very important feature, you can even unlock instant messengers including MSN, Yahoo! and AIM, so you can chat to your friends in real time… do multi-tasking and all of this, without any loss of features or functionality!…

These softwares also have bonus package of wallpapers, ringtones etc.

so getting one would be a good idea if you use iPhone or are planning to buy one.

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Mozilla’s mobile Firefox browser, Fennec, has hit Alpha 2 and is faster, smoother and the usability of the features have been improved. This new release has also got 1 new add-on besides URL Fixer – AutoAuth which simply adds password memory for sites that require authentication. From the looks of this Alpha built, it seems to be on the way to become the best mobile web browser and if developers start making add-ons for Fennec like Firefox, it’ll be truly unbeatable.


Most of the changes are under the hood. Alpha 2  features a Firefox 3-like “awsome bar” ,  popup blocker, password manager, and option to clear private data. For now it runs on Nokia Internet Tablets. You can also take it for a test spin on Windows, OS X , and Linux computers.

For now it runs on Nokia Internet Tablets. You can also take it for a test spin on Windows, OS X , and Linux computers. You can get it here.

How much torture does a Nokia phone goes through before getting an OK signal?

I found this great post at Gizmodo and thought of sharing it with you guys.

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BareSite is a simple website which will help you strip down any website to the bare essentials.


You just have to enter the url of feed of website, click Go and you are ready to go, it is as simple as that. If you enter a search, it takes your query to Google and the results are displayed in Google search page. It is good if you want the website to be mobile friendly and if you are in a hurry and the internet connection is slow.

Try BareSite.


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15 new Labs features to try out

From the useful to the playful, there’s a whole lot more to play with in Gmail Labs, our testing ground for experimental features. Here’s a taste of what’s new since Labs first launched:

  • Google Calendar and Docs gadgets
  • A forgotten attachment detector
  • Advanced IMAP controls
  • Canned responses to save and send common replies automatically

Turn on these and more from the Labs tab under Settings, and don’t forget to let us know what you think. Learn more

Gmail on Android

Gmail is now available on the world’s first Android-powered phone, the T-Mobile G1. All of the features you love about Gmail on your computer, plus real time push email so you never need to refresh your inbox. Learn more

Emoticons – they’re not just for chat anymore

Express yourself with emoticons from to or even . Click the button when composing a message in "Rich formatting" mode, or choose the new emoticons tab in chat, and express yourself to your ‘s desire. Learn more

Gmail for mobile 2.0

Save multiple mobile drafts, compose and read recent email offline, use new shortcut keys and more. Download Gmail for mobile 2.0 for your BlackBerry or J2ME phone by going to m.google.com/mail in your mobile browser.


When I say Gmail is the best web mail app, almost all of you will agree with me. Gmail Team has added many things which will improve your online Gmail life. Some of them are –

Changes in Contact Manager–

They first stopped auto adding contacts and moved them to Suggested Contacts. All of your contacts — whether they’re in My Contacts or Suggested Contacts — will continue to show in auto-complete as you’re composing messages. Now Gmail added three new built-in contact groups. “Friends, Family, and Co-workers are groups to help you organize your contacts. You can move contacts in and out of these groups at any time. Various Google products let you share information with people in these groups. In addition, you can create a Google profile to help people in these groups keep in touch with you. They will be able to easily find your profile from various Google products.” You unfortunately cannot delete Groups.

Gmail Emotions–

Google also added a new set of emoticons in Gmail Chat and it’s strange to see that you can add much more emoticons in an email than in an IM conversation.

Canned Responses

With this you no longer have to type out the same reply every time someone emails you with a common question, now you can compose your reply once and save the message text with the “Canned responses” button. Later, you can open that same message and send it again and again.

If you are too lazy then Gmail can automatically click the send button for you. Gmail already lets you create filters based on a combination of keywords, sender, recipients, and more in your incoming messages. Turn on Canned Responses in Labs, and you can set a filter to grab one of your saved responses, create an automated reply, and hit the Send button for you.

Gmail saves the messages as hidden drafts: you can find them if you search for label:drafts, but they’re not visible in the Drafts view.

Gmail Modes

Safe modehttp://mail.google.com/mail/?labs=0. It disables the experimental features from Gmail Labs, just in case some of them are buggy. You can remove some of the features from Gmail’s settings page.

Secure modehttps://mail.google.com/. It encrypts the traffic between your computer and Gmail’s servers. Use it from public computers, Wi-Fi networks or to bypass some proxies and web accelerators. There’s a Gmail setting that redirects the standard version to the secure mode (“Always use https”).

Older versionhttp://mail.google.com/mail/?ui=1. This version has been replaced in October 2007 by a rearchitectured Gmail, but the old version is a little bit faster.

Basic modehttp://mail.google.com/mail/?ui=html. It’s the version that doesn’t use JavaScript, so it loads faster and it works well with older browsers. Unfortunately, many Gmail features are missing (contacts autocomplete, chat, spell checker, rich formatting) and each click loads a new page. If you like this version, click on “Set basic HTML as default view” at the top of the page.

Mobile modehttp://mail.google.com/mail/?ui=mobile or http://m.gmail.com. This is a simplified Gmail interface for mobile phones that has even less feature than the basic mode. Use it if no other Gmail mode works for you.

iPhone modehttp://mail.google.com/mail/x/gdlakb-/gp/. A more user-friendly mobile version for iPhone and other mobile phones that use WebKit-based browsers.

iGoogle gadgethttp://www.google.com/ig/gmailmax. This is the canvas view for the updated Gmail gadget which can be found in the new iGoogle. Some people found that this interface bypasses most corporate filters that prevent them from accessing Gmail at work.

“No browser checking” modehttp://mail.google.com/mail?nocheckbrowser. If you use a cutting-edge new browser and Gmail serves you the basic HTML mode, try this URL to bypass browser detection.



Gmail Labs lets you add two gadgets in the left sidebar: Google Calendar and Google Docs, so you can add

events, see your agenda and open recently-edited documents. There’s also an experimental feature that lets you add any gadget by entering the address of its XML file, but I couldn’t find gadgets that work and look well.

Gmail for Mobile

Gmail for mobile 2.0 is designed to be more reliable in low signal areas and provides basic offline support for phones like the Nokia N95, Sony Ericsson W910i, and BlackBerry Curve. You can now log into multiple accounts (including both Gmail and Google Apps email accounts) at the same time. Switching between them is as easy as a few button clicks or just hitting + j on phones that have a QWERTY keyboard. + support for multiple mobile drafts, undo (using the menu or the z shortcut), and sending mail in the background (no more staring at the “Sending…” dialog until it finally gets sent).

To download Gmail for mobile version 2.0, just go to m.google.com/mail in your mobile browser.

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Are you curious about the new Google Phone G1. You can test the G1 with the free online emulator. Although all the features are not enabled, it gives a you a general insight into the working of G1.

To try it click here.


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