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iPhone 3GS Supreme studded with 136 diamonds

by on Nov.30, 2009, under Gadgets, Mobile, Technology

iPhone 3GS Supreme

Captivating luxury enthusiasts Stuart Hughes continues to design magnificent handsets for the style icons yenning to get their hands on magnificently dressed technology pieces. Now the luxury handset manufacturer opens up its Pandora box to show off the world’s most expensive mobile phone dubbed the iPhone 3GS Supreme.

Designed by Stuart Hughes of Liverpool , England, the majestic iPhone is a result of 10 months of creative extravagance. The entire casing is embellished with 271 grams of 22ct solid gold. The front bezel incorporates 136 flawless diamonds color F, which sums up to a massive 68 cts.

The logo at the rear side of the iPhone is made of solid gold and is ornamented with 53 flawless diamonds amounting to 1 ct. The front navigation button is exquisitely crafted, owing to a single cut very rare diamond at 7.1 cts. It is said that the extraordinary handset was made to order by an anonymous Australian businessman from the Gold mining industry.

The chest which abodes this inimitable handset is made from a single block of Granite, in Kashmir gold with the inner lined with Nubuck top grain leather and weighs a colossal 7kg.

The ultra luxurious iPhone 3GS Supreme is heavily priced at £1.92 million.

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Sony Ericsson’s Satio Sales in UK on Hold

by on Nov.27, 2009, under Gadgets, Mobile, Technology

Sony Ericsson

A second of Sony Ericsson’s new smartphones, key to its strategy for returning to profit next year, has been hit by software problems in Britain ahead of a critical sales period.

Sony Ericsson’s recently released phone, the Satio, has run into issues in the UK after the company suspended sales of the device in stores following complaints from consumers. Apparently, the device suffered from a technical error that caused the phone to shut down unexpectedly.

Apart from this, there was also the issue wherein users had to face a reboot when they try to access certain applications. Since a fix to the issue was not possible with an over the air update, Sony Ericsson is replacing faulty handsets with new ones for affected users in the UK. Sony Ericsson hopes to clear the issue with these phones by Christmas. However, sales in the UK based retailers Carphonewarehouse and Phones4u have been suspended for the time being.

Sony Ericsson is known to goof up with new product launches. A few years ago, it was the turn of its then flagship, P990 smartphone, that suffered from teething troubles at the time of its launch, back in 2005.

Sony Ericsson’s Holm said the software problems had only affected a small number of customers in Britain and had not damaged Sony Ericsson’s brand. “At the moment, we don’t see any damage or harm done,” Holm said. “It is a contained issue affecting only a small number of consumers.”

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Tribute to 26/11 Mumbai Attack

by on Nov.26, 2009, under News

26/11 Mumbai Attack

As you know Last year on 26th November, 2008 Mumbai which is the heart of our country India was attacked by the terrorists. These terrorist tried breaking the economy of India through attack on Mumbai, which is the central point of our Eoconomy. But India’s brave soldiers gave thier lives to save Mumbai from these terrorist. The war between indian soldiers and terrorist continoued for more than 50 hours. Our brave soldiers fought bravely without any fear, without thinking about their family and life. Many of them lost their lives in protecting our nation. Their lives have not gone waste, they gave it in the name of nation.

Today we are here to pay tribute to these brave martyr. I request 2 minutes silence whenever you read this. Please give your contribution to this tribute for all of our brave soldiers.

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