Monday, 4 November 2013

Mobile Phones

Mobile Phones

Man is a social animal; any person cannot survive all alone he needs the corporation of other people to perform his day to day work.  He likes to make contact with more and more people.  There are many ways of communication among them telephones are the most popular ones.  In mid of nineteenth century, the telephone has become essential part of daily life of billions of people around the world it is regarded as best medium of communication.  Daily millions of people use phones to get in touch with their friends and family, and to remain well aware of all social activities going around them.  With passage of time the telephones are replaced with mobile phones that are now regarded as one of the greatest gift to the mankind.  Dr Martin Cooper is regarded first The first commercial automated cellular network was launched in 1979 by a Japanese company named NTT; now there are number of cellular networks among which most popular ones are Vodafone, Mobilink, Telenor, Spice, etc.  Earlier high prices of mobiles phones have made that a status symbol for elite class, but now with the advancement of technology and availability of both new and used mobile phones in market the prices are now within the reach of everyone. In Pakistan mobile phones use have increase immensely during last six years. The latest mobile phones are equipped with a wide range of highly sophisticated gadgets that provide text messaging, MMS, email, Web browsing and many these sorts of services There are several mobile brands such as Nokia, Sony Ericson, Samsung, Q-mobile, G-five, LG,etc which have wide range of mobiles phones each having unique features are available in the country.  These mobile phone prices ranges from few thousands to more than eighty thousands rupees.  Earlier mobile phones were considered luxury now it regarded as essentials.  It is popular among all age group people; the business class utilize its benefits of internet for checking mails, preparing presentations and contact people round the clock anywhere anytime.  The youngsters are crazy about using mobile phones it has become source of entertainment and enjoyment for them, by cellular phones they can talk, chat, watch and make videos or movies, listen to latest music of their like, can always get linked with their friends and family using social networks like Facebook, Google+, Skype, Twitter etc.  With all the entertainment and fruitful benefits the use of mobile phones also has brought few drawbacks; students are unable to concentrate on their studies, late night packages offered by cellular companies are more spoiling people, misuse of the mobile phone to abuse people, and another very serious issue which has affected Pakistan mostly is the use of mobiles for terrorist activities, which is very alarming for people of Pakistan.  Inspite of all that the mobile phones have ease our lives to great extent, it saves our time and money, though misuse of any thing is bad if it is mobile phones or any other technology.

Wednesday, 30 October 2013


Sending ripples through Espoo,Korean electronics gaint. has finally ended Nokia's fourteen year dominance of the global mobiles phone market in the half  year,outselling the Finish handset maker for the first time ever.The poll showed analysts on average expect Samsung to have sold 88 million cellphones in january through March,sure passing the 83 million which Nokia sold in the quarter.Lately Npkia has struggled for in the smartphone race,but its dominance in the lower end of the market has allowed it to keep its rank as the world's largest cellphones maker by volume.The fall of the Finnish firm has been rapid over the last few months as in a similar poll in january it was still expected to stay far ahead of Samsung.After 14 years as the largest global cell phones maker,getting knocked off the top spot will come as a bitter blow to Nokia,said Ben Wood,head of research at CCS Insight.Nokia became the world's largest cellphone maker 1998 when it overtook Motorola_at a when Samsung had just entered the industry-and it controlled around 40 percent of the market for years before Apple Inc's iphone was unveiled in 2007,lanching the smart phone boom.Some analysts said losing the top spot would be a blow to Nokia,but would have little impact on its attempt to burn around its fortunes.'I think it will hurt them from a PR perspective,but in reality it does not change anything:at end of the day the problem are the same if they remains the No 1 or become the No 2,' said an analyst at research firm Gartner.