I have a very wired "Too Many Redirects" error being reported on an HTC mobile phone. My site is simple, using a javascript <script type="text/javascript"> if (screen.width <= 800) { window.location = "http://mobile.anssecurity.com"; } </script> The script works fine on iphone and blackberry. The ecript also works fine with HTC phone when the phone is connected via WIFI. However when the HTC device is connected via 3G it reports error "Too Mnay Redirects". (I've test on two different networks). Does anyone have any ideas? p.s. I tried a number of redirect methods (inclusing a PHP 301 header readirect).

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I ve been searching google for a long time now but I m not sure what kind of application (gps) should I develop. I would like from you guys to give me some trendy suggestions on what kind of gps app would be interesting to make and the most important thing is that I would like this app to differ from other gps apps.

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[ATTACH=right]16393[/ATTACH]Vonage, the voice over broadband service provider, [URL="http://pr.vonage.com/releasedetail.cfm?ReleaseID=496277"]announced today[/URL] the release of its new mobile app that provides free calls from mobile phones to other Facebook users with the same application. The new app, called Vonage Talk Free, marks the beginning of the company's attempt to reach a broader, and likely younger audience. The idea really is ingenious, bringing new customers into the Vonage VoIP system without setting up a new account or purchasing a new device. For the most part it works with the infrastructure already in place. "The Vonage Mobile app for Facebook is a tangible example of …

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please help me about my lenovo ideatab A2107 A series i cannot connect to the internet but the signal in 3g is high but the internet connection is failed.. please advise..!!! do i need to make a new apn.. please give me the apn of mobily network for this stuff... thanks

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I am in the process of developing a cloud backup software. The application is a desktop application developed using C#. I need to add an option to stop/pause the backup if the computer was connected to a 3G network to save cost for the user. I cannot seem to be able to find any example on how this can be achieved, there are some examples for Windows Phone and Windows Store Apps but I cannot find anything that can check if the connection type is a WiFi/Ethernet or 3G the latter is my main concern. I tried a test application …

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Hi, I'm interested in buying a netbook, and I was searching, but I didn't find any information, on which models had integrated 3G modems in them? Is there any list of netbooks models which have integrated 3G modem? I need web ubiquitously :) Thank you

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i tried to setup a wifi network using my samsung wave S8500 phone through the mobile AP setting. however when i tried to connect it to my windows vista laptop it showed that the access was 'local only'. On further investigation I realized that the IPv4 connection was local and IPv6 was limited. I set the options to obtain IPv4 automatically and did the same for DNS and IPv6 but to no avail and when i try to disable the WPA protection it says that the action is not supported by the network. I tried rebooting the connection, phone and …

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[ATTACH=RIGHT]16982[/ATTACH]It's been rumored for a few months, but on Monday morning, Intel made it official: it is purchasing the Wireless Solutions (WLS) business unit from Infineon Technologies for $1.4 billion. The purchase gives Intel a one-stop semiconductor offering in its quest to take mobile market share. The company has openly expressed its intentions to target the mobile market with its new Atom processor. Infineon makes the baseband and RF transceiver chips used in a wide variety of cell phones, most notably the Apple iPhone. It's also used by Nokia, Ericsson, LG and Samsung. Between the Infineon chips and Atom CPU, …

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Well thanks for that O2, my iPhone was as much use as a chocolate teapot from lunchtime yesterday thanks to the pay monthly data network suffering a monumental failure. There I was, sitting in a (without wifi) Costa Coffee about to start an informal meeting with a potential client. I needed to check my email to confirm something with him, but wait, what was that my iPhone was telling me: unable to connect to the O2 data network? Surely some mistake. But no, a very embarrassing 30 minutes passed during which time I was unable to access the all important …

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They've been available on the black market almost since the beginning. They'll be selling in Russia next week. And now you can get them at the Apple Store. What are they? They're unlocked iPhone 3Gs, usable on the carrier of choice, not just AT&T. Simply insert your existing SIM card and activate by visiting iTunes 8. There's just one catch: Your address has to be in Hong Kong. Oh, and they cost about US$700 (HK$5400) for the 8GB unit or $800 (HK$6200) for one with 16MB. That's according to the unit's [url=http://store.apple.com/hk/browse/home/shop_iphone/family/iphone?mco=MTE2NTQ]Apple Store page[/url], which I visited this morning and …

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Everyone is all ga-ga this week over the [URL="http://www.t-mobileg1.com/"]G1[/URL], the new HTC phone from T-Mobile, which is the first phone powered by Google's Android phone OS. On one level, the geek in me certainly shares the excitement. It's open source. It's Google's first entree into the phone market. I'm not denying it's big news, but I'm having a hard time getting too excited over it. The G1 aint the iPhone folks. I'm sure if you asked people on the street if they knew what Android was, most would look at you with blank stares. By now, sure, they know there's …

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After months of speculation, [URL="http://www.techcrunch.com/2008/09/16/android-phone-the-g1-to-ship-mid-october/"]TechCrunch[/URL] reports that the first Android powered phone, the HTC Dream is set to be released in the US by T-Mobile on October 20th. T-Mobile did not return my calls to confirm or deny this rumor, but one thing is certain, the iPhone is no longer the only player on the block and this will increase interest in T-Mobile for the first time maybe ever. Android is the open source cell phone operating system that has been developed by Google over the last year or so. I asked Rob Jackson, who has been writing [URL="http://phandroid.com/"]Phandroid.com[/URL], an …

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Here's an idea for an iPhone app project with a guaranteed user base: Build a tool for adjusting the display's color temperature. It's not officially possible, according to Apple, but don't let that stop you-- there's evidence that it can in fact be done. Because the day you purchased your new iPhone 3G, you were running an outdated version of the operating system. And after updating (to v.5A347), you might notice that the screen color will be slightly less yellow, but still not as starkly white as the original iPhone. That is actually by design, marketing director Bob Borchers was …

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Could it be that Apple, [URL="http://www.digitimes.com/news/a20080702PD209.html"]having placed an order[/URL] for some 50 million 8Gb flash chips, is planning to sell rather a lot of the new iPhone 3Gs? At the very least it will mean that the competition, such as Samsungs other customers, will have to go hang. Indeed, Samsung has been warning them that NAND flash is about to become pretty scarce for a while. Looking at the math, and remembering that 8Gb is the same as 1GB, it works out to enough flash to build either 3 million 16GB iPhone 3G handsets or 6 million 8GB iPhone 3G …

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No doubt you’ve been reading a lot about the shiny new iPhone 3G. The gurus on this site can help you with the gizmos and gadgets way better than I can, so I’ll focus on the business side – and iPhone carrier AT&T has just announced an interesting new strategy. Specifically, AT&T will soon stop sharing monthly revenue with Apple, opting instead to buy the phones directly from Apple and turn around and resell them to customers at a discount. Remember, AT&T is the sole U.S. provider of the iPhone – the result of an exclusive deal with Apple last …

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As [URL="http://www.macrumors.com/2008/03/28/3g-iphone-in-bidding/"]rumored[/URL] around the web, the Apple iPhone with 3G support is coming out soon! The iPhone has been a revolutionary tool for consumers, corporate America, and users around the world. I held back from purchasing an iPhone largely in part because it lacked stable support for the 3G network. But that will all be resolved within the next couple of months. It's amazing to see how far the [URL="http://www.ginside.com/2007/633/apple-iphone-ipod-released/"]iPhone[/URL] has come since it was first released back in January 2007. Features, applications, entire companies built around the iPhone and it's only just the beginning. The long-awaited 3G release for …

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The End.