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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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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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