2012-09-29

Battery for Samsung NP-NC110, NP-NC210 Released


Selling at Batterybay.net: USD $51.79

- Capacity: 6600mAh 
- Li-ion  battery
- Output: 7.4V
- Compact and light weight battery for daily use.
- With CE and ISO9001 certificate for quality assurance
- RoHS approved for toxic free 
- Advanced Li-ion technology provides improved energy density.
- Cadmium-free to make sure toxic free
- Battery can be used more than 500 times (charge and discharge)
- With 12 months warranty and we guarantee the battery quality within one year of delivery.
- The online sales price already included the shipping cost to worldwide.
- Any enquiry or wholesales request, contact us at sales@batterybay.net
- Compatible for battery with part number: AA-PBPN6LB, AA-PBPN6LS, AA-PBPN6LW, AA-PLPN6LB, AA-PLPN6LS, AA-PLPN6LW

Tips N’ Tricks for Improving Battery Life


Article Cited from /blog.htc.com
One of the biggest requests we get each week is from customers looking for ways to maximize battery life during daily usage.  After publishing a story outlining improvements we’ve made to help extend battery life we saw quite a few comments asking for battery life tips and tricks.  Of course, as John Starkweather pointed out, everyone’s usage patterns and experiences are different, so you should always start by looking at what you use your phone for, and how you use it.  However, there are some things you can do to help your device get the most out of a single charge.   Of course, we’re here to help, so feel free to reach out to us at online for all your support needs.
Basic Power Management:
  • Quickly and easily turn on, off or adjust key setting such as screen brightness, timeout, Wi-Fi, and Auto-Sync with a single tap by adding the Power Dashboard to your home screen.  Press and hold an open spot on the home screen, select “Settings (HTC)” from the widgets drop-down list, then select “Power Dashboard.”
  • Monitor your battery usage stats to see what’s consuming the most power. In Settings, tap Power > Battery use.
  • As with any computer, you want to make sure you have the most recent, available updates. This is no different for your HTC Phone, where these software updates sometimes include battery usage improvements.  In Settings, tap About > Software updates.
Sync Settings:
  • Continually syncing unused services impacts overall battery performance. You can customize your settings and sync only essential items in Accounts & sync under the Settings menu
  • Selecting “Smart Sync” in Mail settings ensures you update e-mail based on how you use your phone. This helps preserve batter life and also avoid interruptions when you’re playing videos on your phone or when you leave it idle at night.
  • When you’re not jumping from one city to another, sync weather updates of only your current city, rather than in all of your named locations. In the Weather app, tap Menu > Edit to remove unneeded cities.
Managing Wireless Connections:
  • Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and GPS LOVE the battery.   Turning these features off when you’re not using them will help you maximize battery life.  Slide the notifications panel, and then tap Settings to see the items to disable.
  • Your phone uses up more power in low coverage areas. Check your network signal, and then select an appropriate network mode in Mobile network settings. Or, turn it off when you’re not connected to a network.
  • Connecting to location services uses more battery.  Be sure to close the navigation app, such as Maps and Locations, after using it on your phone.
Managing Your Display:
  • Adjust your display settings. Lower screen brightness when playing music on the lock screen. Or set the screen timeout to a shorter time (if you don’t manually turn off the display).
  • Create a Basic scene for your home screen in All apps > Personalize > Scene. Add your favorite shortcuts, remove extra home panels, and choose non-animated wallpaper. Use this scene when your power is going low. Then switch to your regular home screen when you’ve recharged.
  • Set your phone to auto-dim the screen while webpages load. Open the Internet app, tap Menu > Settings > Accessibility > Dim screen during page loading.
Managing Your Apps:
  • Uninstall or disable apps you don’t use. In Settings, tap Apps > All, and then select the app to uninstall or disable. (Note that if you disable built-in apps, other apps may misbehave. So do this sparingly).
  • Check your apps’ settings as you may find more options to optimize your battery. In Play Store, for example, tap Menu > Settings, and then clear Auto-update apps and Auto-add widgets.
Of course, these are just a few of the tips available to help you maximize overall performance and battery life.  For more tips n’ tricks from HTC go to http://community.htc.com.
Comment from Batterybay.net:
Very useful tips, whatever the device, the basic of battery life enhancement is the same. Similar to what we have posted before for Blackberry battery life enhancement. Anyway, it's good to see this kind of article hanging up again for new comers of smartphone. Thanks to htcblog.com

2012-09-28

Samsung Galaxy S3 III, Carbon Fiber Back Battery Cover Door Available Now

Selling at Smartphonebay.net: USD $11.79

- Replacement parts for Samsung mobile
- Replace broken battery cover, battery door
- Low cost spare battery are offered to you (click the above option to get it at USD 10.79)
- OEM product, same as the photo
- Any enquiry about the item, please contact: sales@smartphonebay.net

Batterybay.net Added On Page Product Review Recently

It is nice to know that Batterybay.net now is added with a feature "Star Rating on Product" today. This hot feature is a trend to be included in any web store. This time, Xell Telecom technical team see the leads of this feature and they work so hard to add this feature onto the web store in order to serve our customer better. Now the feature is on and working properly after few weeks hard working of Xell Telecom technical team members. Thanks for them, our customer can now view other customers feedback on any product. Example of how to view the feedback is shown as the following picture.




Thanks again for Xell Technical team for the hard working on improving all the Xell Telecom web store buying experience. Here we acknowledge their years of working once again and also thanks for our customers continual support on Xell Telecom's web store (Batterybay.net, Smartphonebay.net, Xell.hk, Rctoybay.net). We will working to make our web store better and better to serve our customer with great deals. 

2012-09-27

Silicone Case for Sony Xperia Ion, LT28i (Black) Released


Selling at Smartphonebay.net: USD $15.79




- Capdase design this soft silicone case frame for Sony Xperia Ion, LT28i
- Soft silicone case offer extra protection for your mobile device from everyday scratch and possible damage
- Zero-dust technology applied, dirt free surface for the silicone case
- Precisely fit as designed by Capdase professional engineer team
- Fine finishing,making this case look more cool
- Exclusively Compatible with: Sony Xperia Ion, LT28i
- FREE Screen Protector included in the package


2012-09-26

LCD Screen for Olympus OM-D, E-M5, EM5, OMD Available Now


Selling at Smartphonebay.net: USD $57.79

- Repair parts for Olympus DC
- Fix broken or dim malfunctioned LCD panel
- Low cost tools set are offered to you (click the above option to get it at USD 4.79)
- OEM product, 100% work guranteer
- Compatible with: Olympus OM-D, E-M5, EM5, OMD

Public Holiday on 29 Sept - 2 Oct 2012 -- Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival and Chinese National Day Holiday


Dear Valued Customers,


Please be informed that 29 Sept 2012, is the public holiday in Hong Kong being Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival and Chinese National Day.

Our office operations will be closed. All orders and inquiries during 29 Sept to 2 Oct will be handled and replied after the holiday that is 3 Oct 2012 morning as usual.

Normal operations will resume on 3 Oct 2012 afternoon (HK Time)

Thanks for your continual support on Xell Telecom and wish all of you have a good time during the festival.

Regards,
Cathy Liu
Logistic Department Manager
Xell Telecom

2012-09-25

Touch Digitizer for Panasonic Lumix DMC-FH27, FH7, FX801 FP5 Available Now


Selling at Smartphonebay.net: USD $15.79


- Repair parts for Panasonic DC
- Fix broken or malfunctioned touch screen digitizer problem
- Low cost tools set are offered to you (click the above option to get it at USD 4.79)
- OEM product, 100% work guranteer
- LCD screen display is not included
- Any enquiry about the item, please contact: sales@smartphonebay.net
- Compatible with: Panasonic Lumix DMC-FH27, FH7, FX801 FP5

Lab Tests: How long does the iPhone 5's battery last?


Article Cited from macworld.com by Batterybay.net
Given some of the iPhone 5’s other improvements—thinner body, larger screen, and greater number of pixels to illuminate—it wouldn't seem that the new phone could also match, much less exceed, its predecessor's battery life. And, in fact, it doesn't, though it comes close.
Apple has claimed that the iPhone 5 would deliver “up to 10 hours” of video playback on a single charge—the same as the 4S. To see how good the new iPhone's battery life really is, I ran it through our standard battery test and then compared the result to those of the iPhone 4S, and iPhone 4; for good measure, I also compared it to the third-generation iPad and iPad 2.
More specifically, I first updated those older devices to iOS 6. I then took a luminance meter and set the screens of all of the devices to 200 nits. I turned off Auto-Brightness and put each device into Airplane mode. Lastly, I set the volume two clicks up from its lowest setting. Then, with the same 120-minute video playing at fullscreen on repeat, I timed each device to see how long it would take to drain the battery and power off.
Results are in hours:minutes. Longer bars are better.
The results: Simply put, the iPhone 5 did not last as long as the iPhone 4S or 4. It lasted 8 hours and 21 minutes—about 6 percent less than the iPhone 4S and about 4 percent less than the iPhone 4. Compared to the two current iPads (which have much bigger batteries), the iPhone 5 lasted 27.5 percent less time than the iPad 2 and 17 percent less than the third generation iPad.

Comment from Batterybay.net:
A great challenge to new iPhone 5. But seems the data is not scientific. No duplicate, no statistical calculation for the conclusion. Therefore, the conclusion can only be an observation but not necessarily the actual fact. Sorry to say that. iPhone 5 user do not need to be pissed off by this study!! 

2012-09-24

Silicone Case for Sony Xperia Neo L, MT25i Released


Selling at Smartphonebay.net: USD $15.79


- Capdase design this soft silicone case frame for Sony Xperia Neo L, MT25i 
- Soft silicone case offer extra protection for your mobile device from everyday scratch and possible damage
- Zero-dust technology applied, dirt free surface for the silicone case
- Precisely fit as designed by Capdase professional engineer team
- Fine finishing,making this case look more cool
- Exclusively Compatible with: Sony Xperia Neo L, MT25i
- FREE Screen Protector included in the pacakge

How to fix battery life issues with iOS 6 or iPhone 5??


Article cited from imore.com
How to fix battery life problems with iOS 6 or iPhone 5
Every time Apple releases a new version of iOS or a new iPhone, it seems battery life becomes an issue. On the positive side, that also means we're getting really good at troubleshooting it and helping everyone get back to good battery life. If your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad on iOS 6 suddenly losing charge far too fast, or if your brand new iPhone 5 is draining before your eyes, here are some things you can try.

First: Are you using it more?

The first thing you need to do is make sure you simply aren't using your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad more than you used to. I know it sounds silly, but when you have new features like Flyover or turn-by-turn navigation to play with, or when you have a brand new iPhone you just can't put down, your battery might be draining because you're using it a lot more. With iOS 6 there are more notifications, location features, and other battery consuming features than ever before, and the iPhone 5 has a bigger screen and an LTE radio to really put the drain on.
Before you do anything drastic, put your device down for a minute make sure you're not the battery drain cause, because that's the easier thing to fix.

Second: Is there a problem with the OS or the device?

If, in general, your battery life is consistently short and you're basically just watching the indicator drain down before your eyes, here are some things to try, in order of how easy they are to do.
  • Restart/reset your device. If you haven't rebooted in a while, give it a try. There could be a rogue process or something else doing what it shouldn't be doing, and a restart can often fix that. (Here's how to reboot](http://www.imore.com/2010/12/17/beginner-tip-power-reset-ios-device-hit-problem/))
  • Power cycle. About once a month, and certainly if you're having problems, you should completely drain your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad's battery -- drain it until it shuts down on its own -- and then charge it back up to full.
  • Restore your device as new. The single biggest cause of battery life problems with iOS devices occurs when they are restored from backup and not set up as new devices. Whether it's cruft or corruption, a clean install as a new device -- incredible pain in the butt though it may be -- is usually the best fix for any battery life issues. This is the nuclear option. You will have to set up absolutely everything again, and you will lose all your saved data like game levels, but in most cases your battery life will be better than ever. (Here's how]
  • Go to the Apple Store. Sometimes you do get a lemon, or your iPhone or iPad develops a real problem that only Apple can solve by either swapping it for another device or otherwise figuring out a fix.

Third: Are you plugging it in?

Like our friend Phil Nickinson from Android Central always says, don't be ashamed to plug in your device! If you're using your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad a lot, plug it in to recharge whenever you can. At home, at work, in the car, there are plenty of opportunities to top up your battery.
Sure, it's a bit trickier with the iPhone 5, since it uses the new Lightning connector and that means you need new cables, and/or you old cables need pricy new adapters, but if you work on the road or in an office, the price is easily worth it.

Fourth: Have you turned off what you aren't using?

Anything running on your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad uses up the battery. So if you've tried everything else and it turns out you're just using your device more than the battery will allow for the length of time you need to use it, you'll need to make some hard choices. You'll need to stop using some of the features you don't really need in order to keep using the ones you do. The more you turn off, the longer your batter will last -- but of course the less you'll be able to do. It's a balancing act but one that can help you squeeze out a little extra juice when you really need it.
  • Turn off Siri's Raise to Speak. Go to Settings, General, Siri. Readers keep telling us this has helped them with battery life due to accelerometer issues.
  • Turn off Location Services. Go to Settings, Privacy, Location Services, and turn off any app you really don't need tracking or using your location.
  • Turn off Push Notifications. Likewise, go to Settings, Notifications, and turn off any app you don't care to be alerted about.
  • Turn of Notification Center widgets. Stocks, and particularly weather in Notification Center seem to be causing our readers some battery grief. Since weather can be location-based now, the potential is there for more battery abuse.
  • Kill power hungry apps. Double-click the Home Button to activate the multitasking dock, hold your finger on an app to enter "jiggly" mode, and kill any apps that might be running in the background, especially VoIP (like Skype), streaming audio (like Pandora), or navigation (like TomTom). (Here's how)
Here are some old standbys as well:
  • Set Auto-Lock to 1 minute
  • Turn off any extra sounds, like keyboard clicks
  • Turn off the iPod EQ
  • Use headphones instead of the speaker if you have to listen to audio or music
  • Turn down the screen brightness
  • Turn off Bluetooth when not using it
  • Turn off Wi-Fi when not using it
  • Turn off LTE when not using it
  • Turn off cellular app and media downloads.
  • Set all email, calendar, and contacts accounts to "Fetch" (turn off Push)
Bonus tip: If you're really desperate, put your iPhone or iPad in Airplane Mode and save the radios for when you need them. If you're really desperate, you can also turn your device completely off until you need it (it will still use a tiny amount of power but far, far less than anything else).

How to get more help with your iOS 6 or iPhone 5 battery life

Be sure to let us know how what you're seeing with your iPhone 5 and iOS 6 battery life, and if any of these tips, or any other tips, help you improve it, make sure to tell us!
Comment on Batterybay.net:
It is really a nice article for iPhone beginner user to teach them how to save the energy to lengthen the battery life. However, the strong function of iPhone make users sticking on it and keep using the iPhone. This is the reason why iPhone always is having low power before the end of day. For this reason, iPhone user with medium or heavy usage must bring along with a powerbank along with them to prevent the tragedy of phone shutting off in the street. Anyway, this article is a nice one!! Thanks iMore.com

2012-09-22

The iPhone 5 gets a teardown, reveals goblin-made screws and unicorn blood battery


Looks like someone managed to get their hands on an iPhone 5 ahead of the launch date and as any normal person would do with a brand new super expensive device, chose to open it up and expose its insides to the Internet.
Now this is not the usual iFixit teardowns that we are used to seeing, with their surgical precision and quirky humor. Instead we get a completely silent teardown from iPhone-Garage with just pictures to tell us what’s going on. (Update: iFixit teardown is now online. Link inside.)
The motherboard and the chips are also not clearly detailed so the only point of this is if you really wanted to know what the insides of the iPhone 5 looked like, which to me seems mostly the same as the previous phones except it’s all more tightly packaged due to the thinner body.
Interesting thing to note is the display, which as before, is fused to the front glass. In fact the entire front panel seems to be one piece, with integrated Home button as well as earpiece, microphone, sensors and camera assembly. We’ll need to wait for the iFixit teardown to see if it really is all integrated into one piece.
You can find more pictures here.
Update: The iFixit teardown is live.
Comment from Smartphonebay.net:
Nice article as always produced by GSMARENA, The dissemble process was shown in a clear picture and all those content of iPhone 5 were exposed. It helps us, repair parts seller, alot for getting the information of replacement parts of iPhone 5!! Thanks to Gsmareana.com!!

Battery for Toshiba Satellite NB200, NB201, NB205, Satellite Mini Series Released


Selling at Batterybay.net: USD $52.79

- Capacity: 4400mAh 
- Li-ion  battery
- Output: 10.8V
- Compact and light weight battery for daily use.
- With CE and ISO9001 certificate for quality assurance
- RoHS approved for toxic free 
- Advancessd Li-ion technology provides improved energy density.
- Cadmium-free to make sure toxic free
- Battery can be used more than 500 times (charge and discharge)
- With 12 months warranty and we guarantee the battery quality within one year of delivery.
- The online sales price already included the shipping cost to worldwide.
- Any enquiry or wholesales request, contact us at sales@batterybay.net
- Compatible for battery with part number: PA3731U-1BRS, GC02000XV10, PLL25C-00600C, PA3734U-1BRS, PA3733U-1BRS, L007221, PA3732U-1BAS, 
PABAS209

2012-09-21

Battery for Samsung Galaxy Beam, GT-I8530 Released


Selling at Batterybay.net: USD $15.79

- Capacity: 1800mAh 
- Li-ion battery
- Compact and light weight battery for daily use.
- With CE and ISO9001 certificate for quality assurance
- RoHS approved for toxic free 
- Advancessd Li-ion technology provides improved energy density.
- Cadmium-free to make sure toxic free
- Battery can be used more than 500 times (charge and discharge)
- With 12 months warranty and we guarantee the battery quality within one year of delivery.
- The online sales price already included the shipping cost to worldwide.
- Any enquiry or wholesales request, contact us at sales@batterybay.net
- Compatible with battery have part number: EB585157LU

2012-09-20

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS40, FH6, S5 LCD Screen Released


Selling at Smartphonebay.net: USD $22.79

- Repair parts for Panasonic DC
- Fix broken or dim malfunctioned LCD panel
- Low cost tools set are offered to you (click the above option to get it at USD 4.79)
- OEM product, 100% work guranteer
- Compatible with: Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS40, FH6, S5

2012-09-19

Funny Cartoon for "Smartphone" from Poorlydrawnlines.com

Cartoon cited from poorlydrawnlines.com by Batterybay.net

Funny? Checkout more of this cartoon on their website!!

Motorola Razr i announced, with Intel inside


Article cited from techradar.com by Batterybay.net


Motorola Razr i announced, with Intel inside

Motorola has announced that it is bringing the Razr M to the UK as the Motorola Razr i and that it will be powered by a new Intel chip.
At an event in London, with TechRadar in attendance, Motorola announced that it is bringing its latest Android handset to the UK, but it has tinkered with the phone's innards, adding a 2GHz Intel processor.
This is the first single-core 2GHz chip to be added to a phone and Intel reckons it matches and even surpasses other dual-core phones.
The Motorola Razr M was originally announced in the US with Droid branding and comes with a 4.3-inch screen, coupled with edge-to-edge display.
The Motorola Razr i is the UK version and the first collaboration between the company and Intel.

Motorola Razr i
In a bid to compete with the iPhone 5, Moto is keen to point out that its screen is actually larger than that of Apple's latest handset - at 4.3 inches, 960 x 540 resolution.
According to Motorola, the battery is 2000mAh and is 40 per cent better than the iPhone 4S, and the screen is 15 per cent bigger than the iPhone 5.
Motorola Razr i
Speaking about the new phone, Andrew Morley from Motorola said: "This is our biggest launch since the Razr and is the first result in the collaboration with Intel. We are literally pushing design to the edge."
While Jim Wicks, head of design, at Motorola said: "There is no denying that Motorola invented the technology that began the birth of the mobile industry.
"We invented the first mobile devices, so consumers could talk wherever and whenever they wanted.
"This legacy of creative thinking is something we have in common with Google.
"We are both driven by innovation and the new Motorola is focused on three key things: speed, power management – a phone is only half a phone if it only works half a day – and Android, which drives the kind of innovation that makes a difference in people's lives.
"We are extremely excited about bringing Android and Intel together."
Motorola Razr i
Design wise, the Razr i has an aluminium frame wth a Kevlar rear and the screen is Super Amoled Advance. There's also NFC technology on board, with Android Beam, and an 8MP camera which offers up 10 shots a second and takes a mere second to start up.
When it comes to storage, there's 32GB, 16GB and 8GB on-board and if you want to expand this, then there is a MicroSD card slot.
Razr i
The Motorola Razr i will come with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, but Moto assures that the phone will be upgraded to Jelly Bean in due course.
Motorola has added its own little software flourishes, including Smartactions which will trigger specific apps, and the interactive Circles Widget allows quick access to notifications, weather, time and all that gubbins.
The Motorola Razr i UK release date is early October. Orange, T-Mobile, Phones4U, Virgin Media and Tesco will handle the handset.
Comment from Batterybay.net:
Nowadays, ,mobile phone with better CPU from single core to 4-core, increased ram from 128mb to 4Gb, increased storage and LTE function, it is much demanding for a mobile phone to have a great and long life battery. Inventors are going to put more effort on pushing the battery life to the max. Before the great invention of new type of battery get ready to use, Batterybay.net is working out the best solution to provide power bank and Motorola extended battery for mobile heavy users.

LCD Screen for Olympus Pen EP3, E-P3 Released


Selling at Smartphonebay.net: USD $51.79

- Repair parts for Olympus DC
- Fix broken or dim malfunctioned LCD panel
- Low cost tools set are offered to you (click the above option to get it at USD 4.79)
- OEM product, 100% work guranteer
- Compatible with: Olympus Pen EP3, E-P3

2012-09-18

5 Effective Ways to Boost Your Laptop’s Battery Life


Article cited from geekersmagazine.com by Batterybay.net
Laptops are and have always been important devices and no matter how many tablet PCs are launched, they can never replace the traditional laptops. Laptops will remain better than Tablets. However there is one slight concern about laptops which most people fret about, and that is the battery life. Everyone wants a great battery life that can allow them to work for long hours without the need for charging it again and again, but this rarely happens.
Increase Laptop Battery Life
So let’s take a look at some simple yet effective ways that can help you improve your laptop’sbattery life:

1. Lower The Screen Brightness

One of the main reasons for more battery consumption is the bright screen of your laptop. Since most laptops allow users to adjust their screen settings, you should choose a lower brightness which can improve your battery life by leaps and bounds. If you don’t know how to lower your brightness, then all you need to do is to head over to the Power options in the control panel and click on Change Plan in the advanced settings. Then click on expand option next to Display and select a percentage for the brightness.

2. Upgrade Your RAM

While you might wonder what the RAM has to do with your laptop’s battery, increasing the RAM can lead to a vastly improved battery life since the system won’t have to rely on the virtual memory, which ends up eating a good chunk of power. Once you get your RAM upgraded, not only will you experience a decent increase in the speed of your laptop but your battery life will improve as well. If you have Windows 7 installed on your laptop then you can easily increase virtual memory in windows 7 by using this guide.

3. Don’t Leave Your laptop on Standby

Leaving our laptops on standby while doing something else, is a mistake that many of us tend to make. While we think doing this might not cause any power usage, it actually has a detrimental effect on the battery. A much better option is to hibernate as it saves a good amount of power by shutting off the laptop completely, yet allowing us to resume our work from where we left.

4. Disable Background Applications

While you are working on your laptop, there might be a few applications running in the background which you are unaware of, like Yahoo messenger, iTunes etc. More often than not, these applications not only make your laptop sluggish, but also consume unnecessary power which results in reduced battery life. To view the background applications, press Ctrl+Alt+Del, then click on the Processes tab and simply close the ones that you are not using. However make sure you do not touch any system processes since it can lead to serious consequences.

5. Turn off Bluetooth/Wi-Fi

Normally you wouldn’t have paid any attention to the fact that your laptop’s Bluetooth or Wi-Fi are turned on, but now you should, as even they can contribute to power usage. When you are not transferring any files by Bluetooth or not accessing the internet via Wi-Fi, there’s no need to keep them running, so simply turn them off as it can lead to some amount of energy being saved. While there are some other tips and tweaks as well that can improve the battery life slightly, the above five should be sufficient to save a good amount of battery.
Author: Harshit Singhal is a tech enthusiast who runs a tablet reviews blog and occasionaly writes about the best tablet under 300 on his blog.
Comment from Batterybay.net:
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LCD Screen for Nikon Coolpix AW100 Released


Selling at Smartphonebay.net: USD $20.79

- Repair parts for Nikon DC
- Fix broken or dim malfunctioned LCD panel
- Low cost tools set are offered to you (click the above option to get it at USD 4.79)
- OEM product, 100% work guranteer
- Compatible with: Nikon Coolpix AW100

2012-09-17

Official Samsung Galaxy S3 Jelly Bean Preview



Cited from youtube.com by user "geekareana"

Preview of Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE running the latest version of android (jelly bean 4.1.1). The ROM was recently leaked on Samsung firmware and seems stable enough to be the final release. There are no bugs in the ROM and everything seems snappy. 

The link to the ROM is down below.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1870574

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Please share this video with your friends and subscribe to my channel if you want me to make more videos! The growth of this channel depends you guys!

I will be doing voice overs once I get a good microphone to record the audio. Quality matters a lot and I do not want to give you guys something that is not good enough. Please be patient and enjoy the video.


Comment from Batterybay.net:
Great new OS for Galaxy S3. Make it more effective in processing and multi-application available!! Great news to Samsung Galaxy S3 users.

Samsung Galaxy S II HD LTE E120S Available on Smartphonebay.net

Selling at Smartphonebay.net: USD $560.79


- 4G Network support for high speed websurfing
- Full HD support screen and camera
- 4.65" huge display for more detail viewing


Brand: Smart Phone
Network Format: 4G
Screen Size: 4.65"
Screen Type: Super AMOLED PLUS
Display Color: 16700000 Color
Resolution: 1280 x 720p
Camera Resolution: 8.0 Megapixels
Movie: QVGA
CPU: Dual Core 1.5 GHz
Operating System: Android OS 2.3
Color: Black
Size: 129.8 x 68.8 x 9.5 mm
Weight: 131 gram
Control: Touch Control
Battery: Li-ion Battery
Talk Time: -
Standby Time: -
Memory: 16GB 1GB RAM
Extension slot: MicroSD
Memory support: 32GB

2012-09-15

LCD Screen for Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ40, FZ45 Released


Selling at Smartphonebay.net: USD $49.79

- Repair parts for Panasonic DC
- Fix broken or dim malfunctioned LCD panel
- Low cost tools set are offered to you (click the above option to get it at USD 4.79)
- OEM product, 100% work guranteer
- Compatible with: Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ40 FZ45

Google approved new Motorola lawsuit against Apple iPhone and iCloud

Article Cited from technews.tmcnet.com by Batterybay.net

The move marks a heightening of tensions between Google and Apple, where the Cupertino company is fighting a war by proxy against the use in the Android mobile operating system of a number of user interface elements that it sees as closely copied from the iOS software.

In September last year Google sold nine patents to Android handset company HTC which could be used to pursue infringement claims against Apple.

Now the new MMI lawsuit has ratcheted up the struggle between the companies.

The lawsuit, filed in the Southern District of Florida, seeks an injunction for infringement of six US patents held by MMI which include "a receiver having [a] concealed external antenna" and "apparatus for controlling utilisation of software added to a portable communication device".

The legal agreement signed between Google and Motorola, which sets out the terms under which the search giant is buying the handset maker for $12.5bn (£7.8bn), contains a clause – 5.01(j) – saying MMI cannot instigate new lawsuits over intellectual property without the agreement in writing of "the parent" – that is, Google.

The independent patents analyst Florian Müller was first to point out on his blog the legal constraints on MMI which would require Google's permission to start the case.

Google had not responded to a request for comment at the time this story was being prepared for publication.

Müller notes that: Google must have authorised this action because this complaint formally represents a new lawsuit (since it was too late to inject supplemental infringement contentions into the first Florida action) and section 5.01(j) of the Google-Motorola merger agreement does not allow MMI to "assert any intellectual property right in any new action" without Google's consent (either under the agreement or in a separate document, which is what presumably happened in this case).

He thinks that the trajectory of the relationship between Apple and Google suggests that "a direct legal clash appears to be inevitable".

The smartphone platform wars, which are increasingly being fought out with patents, have been intensifying since early 2010. Google's Android has been the target of a number of patent claims, notably from Apple and Microsoft, with handset makers using Android being targeted by both companies claiming infringement of their intellectual property.

Microsoft has extracted licensing agreements from a number of companies, recently claiming that 70% of Android handsets sold in the US are covered by agreements it has sewn up.

Apple has taken a different approach, seeking the blocking from sale of handsets and tablets by HTC and Samsung, among others.

Google grew so concerned about perceived deficits in the patent portfolio around Android that last summer it bid for a set of patents being auctioned off from the bankruptcy of the Canadian communications company Nortel. After rejecting an approach from Microsoft to bid jointly, and instead teaming with Intel, it lost to a consortium including Apple, Microsoft and BlackBerry maker RIM.

Google then complained that there was "a hostile, organised campaign against Android by Microsoft, Oracle, Apple and other companies, waged through bogus patents." David Drummond, author of the blogpost, said "We're also looking at other ways to reduce the anti-competitive threats against Android by strengthening our own patent portfolio. Unless we act, consumers could face rising costs for Android devices and fewer choices for their next phone." Within weeks, it had approached Motorola Mobility and made a bid – subsequently raised by 40% – to acquire the handset company along with its portfolio of patents. The merger is not yet complete, but the agreement is in force.