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Sena Technologies a annoncé aujourd’hui la sortie de l’application #RideConnected

IRVINE, Californie, États-Unis, 11-Jan-2017 — /EPR TELECOM NEWS/ — Sena Technologies, Inc., leader mondial en matière d’innovation Bluetooth pour les sports mécaniques et les sports de plein air, a annoncé aujourd’hui la sortie de l’application RideConnected. Cette nouvelle application pour moto permettra aux utilisateurs d’interagir avec plusieurs motards dans le monde entier au moyen de leur casque Bluetooth Sena. Ils pourront désormais communiquer avec un nombre de motards encore jamais atteint.

L’application de communication pour moto RideConnected, conçue pour fonctionner aussi bien sous iOS qu’Android, sera disponible gratuitement sur iTunes et Google Play. Finies, les limites géographiques : les motards pourront communiquer avec un nombre quasi illimité de compagnons, où qu’ils se trouvent, tant qu’ils se situent dans la zone de couverture LTE de leur opérateur mobile. Compatible avec tous les casques Bluetooth Sena, elle offre aux motards une liberté maximale. Tant que l’utilisateur est connecté à un réseau Wi-Fi ou mobile, il peut communiquer avec un grand nombre de compagnons, quelle que soit la distance.

L’utilisateur peut créer son profil personnel et utiliser les différentes fonctionnalités de l’application RideConnected en toute simplicité. Il peut créer facilement des équipes et inviter des amis à créer leur profil sur l’application en leur envoyant un SMS, en utilisant la fonction GPS ou en leur envoyant un code unique à quatre chiffres. Les utilisateurs peuvent également utiliser les commandes vocales existantes de leur casque Bluetooth 4.1 Sena pour faire fonctionner l’application.

Cette application est le premier des nombreux avantages réservés et conçus spécialement pour les utilisateurs Sena. En effet, Sena cherche constamment à proposer de nouveaux avantages à sa communauté fidèle de motards et à améliorer les fonctions de communication et de connectivité de ses produits. L’application de communication pour moto et vélo RideConnected résout les situations de communication difficiles sur la route. Les motards ne sont plus limités par la distance ou le nombre de connexions tant qu’ils bénéficient d’une couverture cellulaire pour communiquer.

SOURCE: EuropaWire

Sena Technologies gab heute die Einführung der RideConnected App bekannt

IRVINE, Kalifornien., 11-Jan-2017 — /EPR TELECOM NEWS/ — Sena Technologies, Inc., der weltweite Innovationsführer im Bereich der Bluetooth-Technologie für den Motor-, Action- und Outdoor-Sportbereich, gab heute die Einführung der RideConnected App bekannt. Die neue RideConnected App verbindet Motorradfahrer in aller Welt über ihre Bluetooth-Headsets von Sena. Benutzer können über die RideConnected App und jedes Bluetooth-Headset von Sena Verbindungen zu mehr Fahrern als je zuvor herstellen.

Die RideConnected App für die Kommunikation unter Motorradfahrern ist für iOS- und Android-Smartphones kostenlos bei iTunes und Google Play erhältlich. Der Kommunikation sind damit keine Grenzen mehr gesetzt. Motorradfahrer können sich mit technisch unendlich vielen Fahrern an jedem beliebigen Ort der Welt verbinden, solange die Gesprächspartner mit dem LTE (4G)-Netz ihres Mobilfunkanbieters verbunden sind. Die RideConnected App ist mit allen Bluetooth-Headsets von Sena kompatibel und gibt Ihnen mehr Freiheit als je zuvor. Solange Sie mit einem WLAN oder Mobilfunknetz verbunden sind, können Sie über beliebige Entfernungen und mit beliebig viel Fahrern kommunizieren.

Richten Sie Ihr persönliches Profil ein und schon navigieren Sie mühelos durch die Funktionen der RideConnected App. Sie können im Handumdrehen unterschiedliche Teams erstellen und per SMS, GPS oder durch die Übermittlung Ihres individuell vierstelligen Codes Freunde einladen und ihre eigenen Profile in der App erstellen. Benutzer können die RideConnected App auch über die vertrauten Sprachansagen ihrer Sena Bluetooth 4.1-Headsets bedienen.

Die App ist der erste vieler zusätzlicher Vorteile und App´s speziell für Nutzer von Sena. Sena arbeitet stets an der Entwicklung neuer Vorteile für die Motorradfahrer-Community und optimiert Kommunikation und Konnektivität. Mit der RideConnected App für Motorrad- und Radfahrer leistet Sena Abhilfe bei Kommunikationslücken auf allen Fahrten. Fahrer sind nicht länger an bestimmte Entfernungen oder Anzahlen von Verbindungen (Gruppengröße) gebunden. Solange Sie im Mobilfunknetz sind sind Sie erreichbar!

Da ab Januar 2017 die Roaminggebühren in Europa wegfallen ist die RideConnected App grenzenlos nutzbar.

SOURCE: EuropaWire

Motorcycle riding app to connect multiple riders across the globe through Bluetooth headsets

IRVINE, Calif., 11-Jan-2017 — /EPR TELECOM NEWS/ — Sena Technologies, Inc., the global leader in Bluetooth innovation for the motorsports, action sports and outdoor sports lifestyles, has announced today the release of the RideConnected App. The RideConnected App for motorcycle riding will connect multiple riders across the globe through their Sena Bluetooth headsets. Riders may now connect with more riders than ever before through any Sena Bluetooth headset with the RideConnected App.

The RideConnected motorcycle communication App, created for both iOS and Android phones, will be available for free in the iTunes and Google Play Stores. Not only will riders no longer be limited by range, the amount intercom connections between riders are virtually limitless when within LTE range of their mobile carrier. Compatible with all Sena Bluetooth headsets, the RideConnected App offers more freedom than ever. As long as you are connected to WiFi, or a mobile network, you may now communicate over any distance, and with multiple riders.

Set up your own personal profile and navigate through the features of the RideConnected App with ease. Simply create different teams, and invite friends to create their own profile on the App through SMS message, GPS, or by providing them with your unique four-digit code. Users may also use the existing voice prompts of their Sena Bluetooth 4.1 headsets to operate the RideConnected App.

The App will be the first of many added benefits designed for Sena users. Sena is always looking for ways to benefit its loyal community of riders, and improve upon communication and connectivity. The RideConnected App for motorcycle and cycling communication is Sena’s solution to sticky communication situations while on the road.

SOURCE: EuropaWire

Signature Capture from Mobilize – More Efficient Mobile Workforce Management

Electronic signatures work just like a signature on paper, indicating that a person agrees with the content, or confirming that they wrote the message. In the age of e-commerce and mobile workforces digital signatures are incredibly important, but the concept is nothing new. Telegraph signatures were being used in the nineteenth century and faxed signatures were all the rage in the 80s. Today mobile devices are able to capture signatures digitally, and it’s a great development for mobile workers who need to get signatures from customers, partners or clients on the go.

It’s just one of the features offered by MoCo Software Solutions in their Mobilize mobile workforce management system. Moco were established in 1985 as a mobile phone solutions company, and Mobilize is their complete solution for mobile workforce management, offering users access to a range of services including signature capture, job scheduling, timesheet administration, asset management, barcode scanning and a full reporting suite.

Using a mobile workforce management system enables managers to keep a closer eye on remote workers, as the device can even report on signal outages and time changes.

Mobilize was designed to help business improve service levels and reduce cost, and is being used by many different types of organisations who see the value in terms of efficiency and cost-saving. Mobilize takes paper-based processes and integrates them into one, paperless system, improving real time communication and reducing the amount of duplicate work and form-filling for everybody involved.

The division between business and consumer IT applications and devices is shrinking, and an increasing number of people are using personal electronic devices for work, including tablets and smart phones. Mobilize is an ideal way for managers to ensure the security, immediacy and accuracy of data.

MoCo are offering a free one month trial to those who want to try out the Mobilize system. The MoCo Group are experts in bespoke mobile solutions for blue chip clients, with over twenty five years of experience in delivering tailor made software solutions, surpassing client expectations.

To find out more about the Mobilize free one month trial visit http://www.gomobilize.co.uk.

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Latest DiscountVouchers.co.uk Survey Shows Mobiles Essential Tech Gadgets to Brits

Online voucher codes specialist DiscountVouchers.co.uk has polled its users to uncover what the most popular technological gadget is in the UK today. The money-saving website found that a staggering 88 percent of Brits say they can’t leave the house unless their mobile phone is in their possession.

The voucher codes website conducts research on a regular basis to gauge its users’ views on a wide range of topics. This week the site discovered that Brits are simply unable to function without their mobile phone.

Gerard Doyle, CEO of DiscountVouchers.co.uk, said: “It’s always interesting to find out what our users think about consumer issues, and this time our research focused on tech devices. It was quite amazing to find so many people won’t leave home without their mobiles these days!”

The top ten gadgets are: 1. Mobile phone. 2. MP3 player. 3. e-book. 4. Sat nav. 5. Laptop. 6. Digital Camera. 7. Tablet. 8. Headphones. 9. Nintendo DS. 10. None of these.

For more information on the latest online codes and vouchers visit www.discountvouchers.co.uk.

Mobile Workforce Management Made Simple with a Free Trial from GoMobilize

This increasing mobilisation of the workforce will bring changes to the way we think about mobile workforce management solutions.

The gap between business and consumer IT applications will continue to shrink and virtually everything will become optimised for mobile use, with more and more employees using their own devices for business and pleasure, rather than employer provided hardware.

This change to the use of personal devices (or consumerism) will mean that security will be a very high profile area, as the focus moves from securing a tightly controlled, office based network to multiple employee controlled devices handling sensitive data.

Locking down the network and banning personal devices will only have to effect of eventually reducing security, as employees seek to find ways around the rules, so It departments will have to become more flexible.

Because of this, cloud based solutions will become more and more important and cloud security will be also firmly in the forefront of IT department’s minds.

Business focused social networking – not necessarily social networking as we know it – but specific business applications designed to behave like our favourite social networking sites and primarily used for business rather than leisure functions will become the norm. These would have the advantage of being similar to the social sites employees are already using, making them easy to use and understand, and probably requiring less user training and support.

Smart businesses will take full advantage of existing systems and devices by using easily adaptable solutions like Mobilize from MoCo Software Solutions.

This mobile workforce management system allows users to take advantage of existing mobile phone technology for proof of attendance, paperless form filling and signature capturing and much, much more.

To find out more about the Mobilize free one month trial visit www.gomobilize.co.uk.

Mobilize is a mobile workforce management and data capture system designed to use tried and tested handset or smartphone units. Mobilize is a trading name of MoCo Software Solutions Limited. The MoCo Group are leading experts in bespoke mobile solutions for blue chip customers, with over 25 years’ experience of delivering and exceeding client expectations.

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MoCo Touch Proves Security Guard Attendance on Vulnerable Construction Sites

The only thing standing between thieves and expensive plant and raw materials on a construction site is a fence. As the price of plant machinery and raw materials continues to spiral, thieves are increasingly targeting building sites, considering them to be easy targets, especially those in more remote or rural areas.

Recent research by security CCTV providers Netwatch estimated that the cost of crime to the UK construction industry could be as high as £1.6 billion a year once costs such as replacement plant hire, business interruption and increased insurance costs are taken into account.

Commenting on the study, Founder and Technical Director of Netwatch, Niall Kelly said: “This is a major problem for the construction business. It is an astounding amount of money for the industry to be losing each year”.

He went on to say that the value of construction raw metals like copper, aluminium and lead has seen a huge rise over the past twelve months thanks to the fluctuating economy, warning that security is an issue for all firms, and pointing out that: “… even the best security guards can only be in one place at a time, making it very difficult to deter thieves and vandals.”

As a sector which is still being hit hard by the worsening economic climate, construction companies cannot afford to risk incurring any extra costs, let alone at these levels. They, and their insurance companies, will have no choice but to demand increasing performance and value for money from all of their contractors, but especially their security guards.

The onus is firmly on security guarding companies to ensure that patrols are effective, and perhaps even more importantly, that guard attendance can be monitored and proven to clients.

The MoCo Touch security guard tracking solution enables security companies to prove that every guard checkpoint has been visited, on time, and agreed actions have been taken. This data can then be instantly updated centrally without the guard having to be back at base.

This affordable technology allows guarding companies to prove beyond reasonable doubt to clients and insurance companies that their patrols have been on-site and that all required location checks have been made.

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Untethered Jailbreak iPhone 4/3Gs 5.0/4.3.5 and Unlock Using FastRa1n

After the release of latest iOS 5.0 and iOS 4.3.5 folks start asking about that they can unlock and untethered jailbreak iPhone 4/3Gs 5.0/4.3.5/4.3.4/4.3.3 devices on latest released iOS.

After some time of bomb questions we got a good news from Jailbreak and unlock iPhone 4/3Gs ios 5.0 community that this new update of iOS is still jailbreak and unlock able with fastra1n, this time this news is come from the www.FastUnlockiPhone.com Team.

To Jailbreak and Unlock Your iPhone Using FastRa1n Visit The Official Websitewww.FastUnlockiPhone.com

Well its not mean that you can jailbreak your iPhone right now, to jailbreak your iPhone to get untethered jailbreak and unlock you have to visit the fast unlock iphone team website and get the new versions of their tool FastRa1n. The FastUnlockiPhone.com released FastRa1n to support untether jailbreak for all devices (except iPad 2) on iOS 4.3.5 and 5.0 firmware.

We have already covered extensive how-to tutorials for jailbreaking iOS 4.3.5 on iPhone 4, 3GS, iPad and iPod touch 4G/3G. In case you are still facing problem, follow the well explained instructions in the official website below to jailbreak your compatible iPhone 4, 3GS, iPad, iPod touch untethered on iOS 4.3.5/5.0 using Redsn0w.

Apple is pretty good about getting the latest versions of iOS onto the streets in an effort to sooth consumer gripes and make the platform better than ever. However, while they make their usual round of plugging bugs and other security exploits they usually plug the exploits used by jailbreakers to actually perform a jailbreak. Luckily, this doesn’t seem to be the case with iOS 4.3.5 as already a jailbreak and unlock method as been made available with the name of fastra1n.

Just the other day we let you know that fastra1n had been updated to unlock / jailbreak Apple’s latest iOS 4.3.5 and ios 5.0 release. However, it’s been made known today that this same jailbreak can also be used to perform an untethered jailbreak for the system. For those not aware, an untethered jailbreak allows you to jailbreak your device once and then be done with it – even when you reboot your device. A tethered jailbreak, on the other hand, requires a user to perform the jailbreak every time the device is turned off or otherwise loses power.

So this is great news for iPhone owners running iOS 5.0 and 4.3.5 as they now have an easy way to perform an untethered jailbreak. Unfortunately, it’s also been made known that fastra1n still does not include support for the iPad 2 so you’ll still have to wait tight for that. On the bright side of things everyone from iPhone to Apple TV owners can now perform the jailbreak.

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Worldwide Roaming Information A Fraction Of The Usual Cost Thanks To Abroadband

Abroadband have become one of the few operators who offer roaming broadband at extremely low rates when compared to well known providers. Users can gain access to the internet for only €0.59 per megabyte. This flat rate global data roaming service has attracted many travellers to change their sim card when abroad. Until worldwide regulation is introduced to force other providers to lower their prices, abroadband will march ahead and gain more custom.

The operator began life earlier this year and looks set to post a healthy profit come the end of 2011. Abroadband was launched by Austrian telecoms giant ‘Telekoms Austria’. The idea was in response to the many complaints by travellers fed up with high data charges when using the internet abroad – hence the name ‘abroadband’. From the get go the service has been designed to counter ever increasing charges on roaming rates imposed by many other operators.

A revealing article that was published by the online magazine ZDnet in March this year showed that the reasons behind high data charges are simply down to profit. As many operators tend to offer many deals and bolt-ons in the domestic markets, many tend to take advantage of the unregulated roaming sector to gain back money. The reaction to this has led to new regulations being introduced in Europe that impose a cap on the amount of data customers can use in a month when travelling. This only applies to countries throughout the EU and abroadband offer their flat rate outside of Europe. So far the service extends to over 50 countries world wide and there are plans to increase this to more by the end of 2011 and into 2012.

Negative reaction to roaming rates outside of Europe has led to calls for other continents and countries to impose caps on other operators to force them to reduce their data charges. Abroadband has already left the competition behind though. The flat rate service is not the only benefit they offer customers. Being aware of the different ways people access the internet, the operator has offered three simple options to meet all connection needs. A worldsim card, a micro sim card and a dongle are all available on initial subscription to the service. With business travel on the increase, dongles and micro sims are becoming more popular. The BBC recently published a report on their website illustrating the different ways people are using to avoid roaming headaches when travelling (source: BBC). Abroadband have taken these methods into consideration and have acted accordingly on their website allowing customers access to connection options to suit their needs.

The abroadband service has been positively reviewed by Mobile Industry Review and looks set to attract more attention before the year is out. According to Ewan MacLeod – the entrepreneur editor of the online magazine – abroadband’s mobile roaming solution is half the cost of the Vodafone roaming plans.

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The Multi Facet officially launched their new website for iPhone news updates

The Multi Facet has recently launched a new global website catering to iPhone lovers with everything about iPhone and Apple apps. The new website, iphone456s.com is now officially live and providing exclusive news and information about various features of all iPhone versions, i.e. iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4iPhone 5 and interesting apps from Apple.

The Multi Facet is based in India and providing services of Content writing, SEO (Search Engine Optimization), SEM (Search Engine Marketing), Website Designing and Development, Graphic Designing, Software Development, Social Media Marketing and other to the clients, in India and across the globe; more details can be found on themultifacet.com.

“We are a team of young, energetic and experienced writers and developers, and are sharing a common motto of providing excellent services to all our clients; so as to sustain in the highly competitive market and help our clients get maximum ROI.” Stated jointly by Bhargav & Kamlesh, founders of The Multi Facet.

iphone456s.com is aim to provide authentic and real information and news about Apple’s various products, i.e. iPhone 3GS iPhone 4iPhone 5, iPod, iPad and apps. Purchasing Apple products is a status and using its high technology and smart look gives you real pleasure, hence you make sure that you have collected as much information about the product as you can; these is where iphone456s.com comes into the picture by providing you real time news and information about Apple’s all products.

“We have done an extensive research on various blogs/sites delivering similar information and news, but we found scope of improvements and this is how an idea of launching iphone456s.com generated. We are providing information and news basis on the authentic resources, and soon after its launching, this site becomes a benchmark of trustworthy news and story about Apple and its products.” “We are highly pleased to see a great response from our users”. Indicated by Bhargav and Kamlesh, the brains behind iphone456s.com.

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BT and Heineken Partner To Offer Wi-Fi To London Pubs

Drinkers at nearly 100 London pubs and bars are to get fast Wi-Fi, following a new BT and Heineken partnership with plans to extend the wireless internet service to a further 200 pubs across the UK by the end of 2012.

Through Wi-Fi, customers can access a special area of the internet, the Heineken Hub, for which the UK’s newest newspaper, i, the quality daily and sister paper to The Independent, is supplying exclusive content.

Customers can get online quickly with any wireless PC, tablet or mobile phone at any of the Wi-Fi hotspots and will also receive exclusive, location-specific content including the best stories from news, views, features, business, culture and sports. It is the first time this content has been available online and it will be updated daily.

The pubs boost BT’s hotspot numbers to more than three million – the largest network in the UK. More than 200,000 sites have been added in the last three months.

Rick Lawrence, Marketing Manager at Heineken UK said: “The partnership with BT reinforces the brand’s reputation as a leading player in the development of technology. The Wi-Fi initiative will provide excellent exposure for Heineken among its key target audience and build greater affinity between the brand and its consumers.”

Chris Bruce, CEO, BT Openzone, said: “Using Wi-Fi to deliver free and exclusive content, Heineken is engaging and exciting pub goers and will undoubtedly increase business. It’s an exciting time to be involved in hospitality marketing.”

Wi-Fi access is completely free to over five million BT Broadband customers, plus users of iPads, iPhones, iTouch, Android, Samsung and Blackberry devices and smartphones through other BT partnership agreements.

In further developments to the UK’s largest Wi-Fi network, BT has also added Wi-Fi access at John Lennon Liverpool, Robin Hood Doncaster Sheffield and Teesside regional airports.

BT Wi-Fi is also available at 13 Shepherd Neame hotels in Kent, Starbucks, major hotel chains including Thistle, Guoman and Ramada Jarvis, Welcome Break and Roadchef Costa motorway service areas, Network Rail stations, airports and thousands of homes and independent businesses.

BT also extended its relationship with Hilton in June to provide a fully managed suite of Wi-Fi internet services to more than 17,000 bedrooms, public areas and meeting and conference spaces in the UK and the Republic of Ireland.

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Rohde & Schwarz Topex Presents Its New Equipment Called Topex Callmebridge

Being permanently preoccupied to improve its products, its services and the technical support provided to its partners, starting with the first of September, Rohde & Schwarz Topex introduces to the worldwide market its new equipment named Topex CallMeBridge Topex CallMeBridge is a high performance audio conference platform which provides meet-me conference service for medium enterprises.

The conference bridge enables secured access to the virtual conference rooms from any telephone device including mobile phone, analogue/digital phones of VoIP terminals. You can create your own virtual meeting room by defining multiple conferences with several participants reaching up a total of 60 users. The maximum number of users can be distributed in a single conference with 60 participants, 3 conferences with 20 participants or any other possible combination. The secured access is enabled through the IVR module which requires the user to insert the conference number and associated conference ID in order to join a certain conference. The IVR enables the name announcement to the current attendants of each user who joins the respective conference

Main Features:

  • PBX transparent for the end user
  • Secured access from anywhere – mobile, VoIP, digital or analogue
  • Identification through conference ID and PIN number
  • Name identification for each participant
  • Name announcement when joining or leaving a conference room
  • Start and end time for each conference
  • Definition of maximum number of participants for each conference
  • Recurrent conferences – daily, weekly, monthly
  • Between 1 and 10 recurrences for a certain conference
  • Automatic verification of a conference PIN number
  • Comprehensive languages for IVR
  • Participants alert with 2 minutes before the conference end time
  • User friendly web based GUI
  • Edit, copy, delete conferences from the web based GUI
  • Web interface filters for existent, expired and all conferences

“By launching this new product, we intended to keep pace with the latest telecommunication technology so that all our customers enjoy more high quality services and better communication experiences.”, declared Mr. Constantin Dumitrescu, Sales and Marketing Director at Rohde & Schwarz Topex.

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Research Shows Brits Still Not Comfortable Paying with Phones

New research conducted by DiscountVouchers.co.uk, the money saving website, has revealed that British shoppers are not yet at home using their mobile phones to pay for shopping and goods. Brits would still much rather use cash or credit and debit cards says the specialist website.

Of UK shoppers polled, in excess of 70% of people confessed that they do not like to use their phone as a payment mechanism, still preferring cards and cash – the security aspect of phones being cited as a major concern.

Doug Scott, managing director of DiscountVouchers.co.uk, says: “People obviously still do not feel at home using their phones as a tool for shopping and paying, though this need not necessarily be the case. Security levels on phones are now quite high so people don’t really need to worry quite so much.”

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eFUSION Announced eWiFi Reached 1.5 Million Downloads And V2.0 Is Going To Submit For Apple’s Review

eFUSION announced that the most popular utility application in app store eWiFi downloaded by 1.5 million users. Recently 10,0000 users downloading eWiFi every day. eFUSION also going to submit a new version 2.0 to app store on this month including new features demanded by a vast number of iPhone and iPod touch users by e-mail, twitter, forums and several social networks.

eWiFi is wifi access point finder utility application. It is a great utility application for iPhone and iPod touch user who wants to access faster internet through WiFi and for travelers who loves free open WiFi to get internet access during travel. Also the new version of eWiFi will care about expert user who want to connect home and office secure WiFi network automatically with first priority. eWiFi downloaded by 1.5 million users with in 4 and half months f  r o m the release date.

This application attracted several medias attention f r o m all over the world including USA. Some mentionable ranking of eWiFi are listed below:

#2 Top Free application in USA – February 2010
#2 Top Free application in Japan – October 2009
#1 Top Free application in Italy – January 2010
#1 Top Free application in Nederland – January 2010.

Every day eFUSION getting many requests for eWiFi features u p d a t e from iPhone and iPod touch users. eFusion planed and already have completed the development of new version of eWiFi 2.0. The new version included new features as majority users asked by email and comments in app store. The new version will submit for review to Apple Inc by eFUSION on Wednesday, February 17. Hope Apple will consider about their iPhone, iPod touch and eWiFi users. eWiFi users will get the new version on their hand as early as Apple will complete their review process. It will bring a change on wifi utility application.

Key Features:
• Access Point Scan
o Scan for OPEN, SECURED(WEP/WPA/WPA2) and Ad-hoc wireless networks
o Sort wireless networks list according to Known Secured, Known Open, Open, Secured, Ad-hoc and network signal strength.
o Display signal strength bar of each network.
o Customize networks display list.

• Auto Scan
o Auto wireless access point scan support.
o Auto scan repeat time setup.
o Scan access points by shaking your device.

• Auto Connect
o Auto connect support.
o Minimum signal strength setup for auto connect.
o Automatically launch Safari/Mail or Exit f r o m eWiFi after connect to wireless network.
o Sound notification during successful auto connection.

• Credentials
o Ability to connect with secure network using credential when network not hidden.
o Ability to save password of SECURED network for farther login.

• Known/Ignore List
o Automatically add access point to the known list when successful connect.
o Ignore a network when want to avoid.
o Functions to remove networks f r o m Known and Ignore list.

• Others
o Last login time display for known networks.
o Wonderful user interface with help in every point.

Pricing: The new version of eWiFi will be free too.

URL: http://www.efusion.co.jp/en/news/2010/20100217-1.html

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BT Hits The One Million Spot

BT has announced that it has reached its goal of building a million-strong Wi-Fi hotspot network. Now the largest network in the UK and Ireland, the hotspots are available in homes, independent businesses, high street chains and major city centres.

BT Hits The One Million Spot

BT Wi-Fi users are also on track to spend more than a billion Wi-Fi minutes online this year (April09 – 31 Mar10), a peak attributed in part to the massive growth in UK iPhone traffic. In the last eight months, BT has signed UK deals to provide O2, Orange and Vodafone iPhone customers* with BT Openzone Wi-Fi access.

Gavin Patterson, chief executive officer, BT Retail, said: “Whether at home, at work, or when out and about, wireless access is central to keeping people and communities better connected. We’ve grown from 500,000 to one million hotspots within six months, and will continue to add more to meet demand from smart-phone, laptop, iPod and now e-reader users.”

The million-strong Wi-Fi estate comprises hotspots from the BT FON Wi-Fi Community, BT Openzone, plus BT Openzone hotspots via the BT Business Hub. Well-known brands offering access include Hilton, Thistle, Ramada Jarvis and Macdonald hotel chains, Caffe Nero and Starbucks coffee stores, Welcome Break and RoadChef Costa service stations, British Airways, Star Alliance, American Airlines and SkyTeam airport lounges plus other UK transport hubs.

Five million BT consumer and business broadband – plus BT Mobile Broadband – customers have inclusive Wi-Fi minutes in their contracts to surf, work or make cheaperVoIP calls. Casual users can buy access from as little as 1/2p per minute. BT Openzone customers can access a further 65,000 hotspots in the UK and overseas through international roaming partners. BT FON members have access to another 225,000 FON (hot) spots in the UK and worldwide.

The millionth hotspot is now live and BT will launch a competition on Thursday 11th February. Further information can be found via the BTOpenzone Twitter feed.

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Cisco Has Revealed The Winners To Its Lifestyles Of The Tech Frustrated Competition

The Lifestyles of the Tech Frustrated competition started early July and offered customers the chance to win a Flip Mino HD Camcorder. The competition closed in August and now winners have been selected. The winners and their stories can be found at our Lifestyles of the Tech Frustrated website. Gerard f r o m Albuquerque – wrote a poem about home networking – and was considered one of the stand-out entries.

Entries ranged f r o m fixing shared printer issues to rogue wireless networks with stories coming f r o m all over America.

Cisco invited entrants to tell their stories that depict the challenges and advantages of home networking. Cisco wanted to hear about what customers use their home networks for and what they accomplish in their lives through technology. The competition also asked how customers’ problems were solved through the use of the Network Magic software.

In response, Cisco customers’ discussed Network Magic and how the home network software has helped them with their home networking nightmares. This feedback will help prove to be invaluable and go towards helping with the future development of Cisco home network management software.

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Cisco Launches Contest For Consumers To Share Their Home Networking Experiences

Cisco has launched a new writing contest called ‘Lifestyles of the Tech Frustrated’, which will run until August 16, 2009, which asks customers of home networking products to submit a 500 word story of their experiences in setting up and managing a home network.

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Cisco is asking users to share their networking nightmare stories and how they solved their problems using Network Magic software or other networking solutions. The top 10 entries as deemed by a panel of judges will win a Flip Mino HD Camcorder valued at $229.99*.

Cisco is inviting entries to tell their stories which depict the challenges and advantages of home networking. Cisco wants to hear about what customers are using home networking for and what they accomplish in their lives through technology.

To enter the contest, participants can log on to the Lifestyles of the Tech Frustrated home page and fill out the registration form. The contest is open from July 2 to August 16, 2009 to all legal residents of the United States and the District of Columbia who are at least 18 years of age.

Cisco Network Magic is a home and home office network management software solution which provides software tools to help users set up a home network without the associated hassles of the task. The software programme helps enable users to connect up their devices such as routers, PCs, printers, media hubs, media adapters and internet cameras. Users can also control access to the internet and track online activity to ensure no users are abusing their privileges.

Network Magic also protects networks with enhanced WPA security capabilities and status alerts to block intruders and warn of any attempts from unauthorised sources. Network Magic can also help to repair network and Internet connections to keep everything running smoothly and optimize productivity.

*MSRP at time of going to press. Actual prices may vary.

About Cisco Systems:

Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) is the worldwide leader in networking that transforms how people connect, communicate and collaborate. Cisco’s vision for the consumer is to enable people to live a connected life that is more personal, more social, and more visual. More information about Cisco and its line of consumer products can be found at www.linksysbycisco.com and www.cisco.com/consumer.

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BT Plans Communication Integration To Reduce Mobile Costs For Small Businesses

BT has announced plans to integrate the BlackBerry Mobile Voice System (MVS) technology from Research In Motion (RIM) with BT Communications Complete (based on the Cisco Unified Communications 500 Series platform).

The planned new offering will enable BlackBerry smartphone users to take advantage of Wi-Fi networks in the office for voice calls. The solution enables users to switch from Wi-Fi to cellular networks, even in mid-call, allowing small to medium-sized business to reduce mobile airtime costs and be more productive.

Business users will be able to enjoy all the out-of-the-office conveniences of their BlackBerry smartphone – access to contacts, calls, applications and email anywhere – when they are in the office, but without the usually higher mobile airtime costs.

With features like a single voicemail box, the development will also eliminate the time wasted listening to and answering messages on multiple voicemails – making users easier to contact and potentially giving them quicker response times to customers and colleagues’ queries.

Users can choose to be contacted using just one number and, by incorporating BT’s One Plan Plus into BT Communications Complete, firms can make intra-company calls (including mobile calls) without incurring call-forwarding charges.

“The solution will enable the delivery of unified communications tools for small to medium-sized businesses, which previously only benefited larger firms,” said Bill Murphy, managing director, BT Business. “Technologies that better integrate key business processes, reduce costs and keep workers in touch with customers regardless of location, help firms to operate more effectively and to be in better shape for the upturn when it comes.”

“Small and medium-sized businesses have the same concerns as all of us – driving down costs and delivering a better customer experience. Unified communications can support those two objectives. The new service will bring together the strengths of all three companies – Cisco, BT and RIM – to deliver a great offer for companies of all sizes,” said Rick Moran, vice president of marketing, Cisco.

About BT
BT is one of the world’s leading providers of communications solutions and services operating in 170 countries. Its principal activities include the provision of networked IT services globally; local, national and international telecommunications services to our customers for use at home, at work and on the move; broadband and internet products and services and converged fixed/mobile products and services. BT consists principally of four lines of business: BT Global Services, Openreach, BT Retail and BT Wholesale.

In the year ended 31 March 2009, BT Group’s revenue was £21,390 million. British Telecommunications plc (BT) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of BT Group plc and encompasses virtually all businesses and assets of the BT Group. BT Group plc is listed on stock exchanges in London and New York.

About BT Business
BT Business understands the challenges that businesses face in the current climate, and supports cost control, improved productivity and winning business through product collections including business broadband & internet, domainsweb hosting, data & voice networks, IT support and mobile services.

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