Froyo update for now available for Samsung Galaxy S in India

 

Good News to all the Samsung Galaxy S owners in India as Samsung has finally released Android 2.2 (FROYO) upgrade today. I was able to download the upgrade via the Samsung Kies software that is bundled with the Samsung Galaxy S.

So what are you waiting for? Fire up the Samsung Kies application on the PC, connect your Samsung Galaxy S and download the update:

 

FROYO contains various improvements like:

Data Backup including Apps GPS Fix Flash Support Access to Secondary Camera (Front facing Camera) via the native application Data connection sharing via USB . . . → Read More: Froyo update for now available for Samsung Galaxy S in India

Tubeless Tyre Repair Kit

Tubeless Tyre Puncture repair kit, Do it yourself

Do it Yourself puncture repair tools. Always handy while travelling no matter the distance on road. . . . → Read More: Tubeless Tyre Repair Kit

Phishing attack leveraging SMS ban

 

Today morning was just about going as usual till I noticed an email. It seemed to originate from AXIS bank and it had an HTML attachment and it was an important announcement.

The contents of the email looked valid considering Government of India had placed a ban on sending of bulk SMS till 29th. Now I am not sure if such ban holds good for financial institutions. But some smart bloke seems to have capitalized on this ban. The email stated that:

“In view of the Govt. of India directive to mobile operators, all the corporate sms messaging . . . → Read More: Phishing attack leveraging SMS ban

Solutions for recovering stolen laptop

Data privacy and protection are the two main concerns faced by the mobile users today. Although, laptops have been around, it’s not until recently that it has generated quite a buzz in terms of ease and mobility. Some of you who have laptops will surely be worried about the surge in the theft of laptops. Even I was wondering on the technologies that could track stolen laptops and computing devices. Some of the things I could think of were – GPS dots (inspired by Hollywood movies), IMEI numbers as found in Mobiles or stealth softwares that would send the owner some email blah blah… . . . . → Read More: Solutions for recovering stolen laptop