iPhone Hacking history

Here are the history of iPhone before and after it was launched according to WIRED. Spring 2003 – Apple CEO Steve Jobs says that Apple has no plans to release a tablet PC or a new Newton, instead identifying cell phones as important devices in need of better software. Better software. Dec. 2006 — Cisco announces the iPhone. LOL. Jan. ...

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Skype Mobile

We have seen the Apple’s iPhone, later heard the rumored GPhone…Now the latest rumor-the Skype phone. Skype apparently tired of waiting for mobile phone makers to include its Skype software, is now being rumored in developing a mobile phone that offers free calling. Code named “White Phone”, this Skype handset is set to be launched with 3 Mobile by late ...

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Stay Active with Celcom

Celcom has launched “Stay Active Bonus” which rewards all Celcom Prepaid Customers that reloads. If you own a Xpax, and if you reload a minimum RM10 while your account is still within the active period, Celcom will reward you an extra 5 days on top of your current(new reload) active period.

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iPhone going France

Orange in France has been chosen by Apple Inc. to be the exclusive carrier for iPhone in France. The mobile operator which is owned by France Telecom, will be selling the iPhone for €399 ($560). This multimedia device is expected to be available in France starting November,29 2007. French law bans phones being locked to a network for more than ...

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The Corporate Celcom……

When Celcom launched it new broadband packages on August 2007, one of its packages called Daily Unlimited Data Plan for postpaid and prepaid users were charged at RM8 for 24 hours. This Daily Unlimited Data Plan offers speed up to 3.6Mbps. Later, this is what Celcom had on its website: Click image for larger view(Note: Its 384 mbps) Today, you ...

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Telco Talk Malaysia now known by top people in Maxis

I was browsing the web as normal and suddenly, I found this: It is part of the presentation made by Dr. Nikolai Dobberstein, Maxis Head of Products & New Businesses at Matrade Exhibition Convention Center last month. View the full PDF file here on his presentation of Maxis Broadband.

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YTL e-Solutions joins WiSOA

YTL e-Solutions, one of the 2.3Ghz WiMAX operator in Malaysia, has joined the London-based WiMAX Spectrum Owners Alliance (WiSOA). The company plans to lead participate in WiSOA to enable the future commercial development of roaming for WiMAX. It said WiSOA planned to enable roaming among WiMAX networks and from WiMAX networks into WiFi, cellular, 2G and 3G networks. Read more ...

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Make a call with a Porsche P’9521

Like to drive a Porsche but you can’t afford it? Maybe you can make a call with it… I guess thats what Porsche had in mind when they created the P’9521 mobile phone. The casing of the phone is made from a solid aluminium block. The features: Quad-band (850/900/1800/1900 MHz) GPRS/EDGE 262,000 color screen Bluetooth(A2DP) 30 MB internal memory Micro ...

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View you prepaid bills online

Now, you can view your prepaid bills ONLINE… For Celcom Prepaid Customers, you can start here: https://wsc.celcom.com.my/webselfcare/login.aspx For Maxis Hotlink Customers, you can view your bills if you register yourself at http://www.hotlink.com.my As for DiGi prepaid users, they were enjoying online billing since the year 2004 by registering them self at http://www.digi.com.my/ Lets see whether SMS spamming and spoofing can ...

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Celcom 3G review

I have been testing the Celcom Unlimited Data package(D120) using the Vodafone-Huawei E220 modem provided by Celcom for the past one month. Celcom has a good 3G network but not an HSDPA network. On 3G, I am able to achieve speed up to the maximum, while on HSDPA, maximum speed achieved range only from 800Kbps to 9xxKbps. The last few ...

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