Finnish mobile phone maker, Nokia announced that company has reached on its most significant milestones in its history with the sale of its 1.5 billionth series 40 mobile phone. The first S40 was sold in 1999 resulting in Nokia’s commercial success for years. The 1.5 billionth phone was a Nokia Asha 303, a stunning touch screen handset QWERTY keypad designed for web browsing, social networking and gaming, that features pre-installed entertainment and applications. The 1.5 billionth device was purchased by Mayara Rodrigues from a Magazine...

If European Union proposed “data protection law” comes into existence, than firms have to face being fined up to 2% of their global annual turnover if they found breaching the proposed EU data laws. The EU has put forward the suggestion as part of a new directive and regulations. The new rules include users’ “right to be forgotten” and an obligation...

Facebook – the world’s largest social networking website was down yesterday (Pacific Time). The Hacker Group Anonymous after the takedown of content sharing website Megaupload attacked many of government and big companies website. In their recent outrage, according to the video on YouTube said that hacker group threatens Facebook January 28. However the AnonOps...

According to BGR, AT&T starting from March 18 will sell the Microsoft Windows Phones based Nokia Lumia 900 smart phone on a bang away price of $99.99 with a two year contract. The site revealed that they got the smartphone release information from the trusted source. BGR point out that the bigger news is the phone’s price – that both AT&T and Nokia are planning to charge a mere $99.99 on a two month contract basis – would probably result in a “game changer” scenario for Windows phone. The news itself is impressive –...

Bill Gates says in his recent annual letter that The Bill & Melinda Foundation have devoted $2 billion to help poor farmers boosting their productivity. But what the next in America’s richest man, Bill Gates prime target is the “Revolutionize Farming” – he is increasingly troubled by the lack of investment into new research agriculture. The Bills &...

On the account of Google’s Q4 2011 earnings announcement last week – they reported a $37.9 billion in revenues. Wordstream summarized the Google’s 2011 revenues in an Infographic and determine the top ten industries that spend the most money on Google advertising last year. Google: History Beginning in 1996, Stanford University graduate students Larry Page...

According to a Good Technology report, iOS devices – iPhones and iPads, hold the top three positions in the list of the top 10 enterprise activation by device type. The report includes data gathered by Good Technology for fourth quarter 2011. Good Technology is the leading provider of secure and managed enterprise mobility for iPhone, iPad, Android and other smartphone platforms. “This quarter, we saw Android smartphones gain in percentage of total activations,” said John Herrema, SVP of Corporate Strategy at Good Technology....

Google, the world’s search engine giant and Twitter, world’s largest micro-blogging website both are known pretty well in webosphere. But if we see from over the past few weeks the relation between the two soaring-up. The two have been fighting each other over the Google’s new social-search feature, “Search Plus Your World”. Chris Dixon on his blog ignited...

Nokia, world’s largest cellphone maker has been fined by Australian regulators on account of spamming its customers with text messages for its products and services alongside “tips” on how customers can best use their phones. The Finnish company has been fined A$55,000 ($58,000) The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) do not prohibit companies from using unsolicited text messages, but according to the Spam Act of 2003, those messages must be accompanied by a way to contact the company and unsubscribe. While the...

O2, British Telecommunication provider, accused of sharing customer phone numbers with every visited website. O2 appears to be sending customer’s numbers in HTTP header traffic. Twitter user @lewispeckover picked up the problem and created a simple website to show what’s happening. The site returns the information any website could poll from a user. The site clearly shows the the x-up-calling-line-id header is in full force when accessing the site via a mobile phone, but in actual O2 is sending out the information. The company says...