I have always seen over 3Mbps in my Teletalk(at least in my office and home), and that 3G. 3.5G has the capacity to deliver upto 21Mbps. But whats the point of making it 3.5 or 3.9 or 3.99G when they still provide that lower speed (people reporting they get only 1Mbps in Robi Sheirom 3.5G, in their WIC). And try to think what they will charge for 21Mbps in Bangladesh. Take a guess!
Today TheTechJournal.com posted an interesting article. Somehow Manoj(The Author of that post) find out news and image about unannounced Android 2.0. I am always much interested about Android. I liked it in G1, though i dont like G1 Out Look, Hoping it will get better in later Google release.
Android 2.0 looks to be a major improvement in Google’s mobile OS and we couldn’t be more excited about it. From native Exchange support to native Facebook support (it will sync with your contacts), browser improvements, a completely updated Maps application, unified email Inbox — there’s much, much more — and a brand new UI makeover, version 2.0 starts to make Android a really viable (and interesting) platform. Bounce over the jump for all the screenshots and our walkthrough!
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Read This Google Sync With iPhone
Synchronize the built-in Mail, Calendar and Contacts apps on your iPhone with your Google account.
* Get push Gmail on your iPhone
* View multiple Calendars in different colors
* Synchronize your contacts with Google