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I want to ask a question that how many backlinks should i make for my this blog? Also tell me that building backlins via comments or forums which method is best? regards

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iam getting position 3 of 5 keywords but i dont know how to maintain that keywords in same position any one please help me friends regards abuhasali

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I would like to collaborate with experienced developers who are looking for fun ideas to create games on smartphones and tablets. Mobile gaming is experiencing exponential growth and there are many attractive options going forward.

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Nokia announced two new Symbian devices, the Nokia E6 and the Nokia X7. With the new smart phones, Nokia also introduced its latest software update, known as Symbian Anna. For details on the news check this: [URL="http://blogs.forum.nokia.com/blog/nokia-developer-news/2011/04/12/symbian-anna-software-and-2-new-devices"][U]http://blogs.forum.nokia.com/blog/nokia-developer-news/2011/04/12/symbian-anna-software-and-2-new-devices[/U][/URL] These devices also power apps developed with Qt, thus the business opportunity with Nokia even better for developers. Nokia will soon make the Symbian Anna software update available to existing users of the Nokia N8, Nokia C7, Nokia C6 and Nokia E7 via OTA downloads. Running on devices powered by the Qt framework, developers can create applications for these smart phones using Qt …

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Google [URL="http://googlevoiceblog.blogspot.com/2010/08/make-and-receive-calls-in-gmail.html"]announced[/URL] today that Gmail users can now make free calls from a computer to a phone. The service will be free for calls in North America until at least the end of the year. [ATTACH=right]16893[/ATTACH] Until now users could call other Gmail users' computers for free, but now the service is expanded to phones, including international calls at rates as low as two cents a minute. This is another step forward for Gmail and certainly an attempt at competing with other leading Internet telephony providers like Skype. Gmail's international rates appear comparable to Skype's, which start at 2.1 cents …

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I have a small network (50-65 computers) which are all connected via a LAN. I have a DHCP server and a gateway (Firewall). Recently there was a requirement to connect all the smart phones used in the company (Blackberry, Iphone and Android phones) to the internet when in the facility through our network. Hence I purchased a access point router and a wireless router. I configured it as below 1. Gave it a static IP 2. Made it a DHCP forwarder , so that it gets the IP to be assigned from the DHCP server. 3. Created a SSID and …

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Hi everyone, I'm a budding developer. I want to modify the OS of typical china mobile ([url]http://www.chinavasion.com/product_info.php/pName/direktor-wifi-dual-sim-quadband-worldphone/[/url]) and try to make it good as close as possible to a symbian OS. Even many popular companies like Fly, Lava, Micromax and many others are also using the more or less similar (china)OS. But, I haven't been able to track down its name yet. Could anyone pls pls let me know what this OS is called and if possible then where can I get it's source code. I believe its some free china OS but I'm unable to find it. Someone pls …

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It's a cell phone for crying out loud. Do you get it? A cell phone. You know, you make and receive phone calls on it. It's a telephone that you carry around in your pocket. Who gives a rip whether it's equipped with a web browser, a file editor or an ice cream dispenser; it's a telephone. People who care about the operating system or applet X on a cell phone are either under the age of 18 or don't have anything better to do with their time. I don't really care that my cell phone uses some version of …

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the number one mobile phone in pakistan

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According to multiple sources, the Palm Pre is set to launch on June 6th, which happens to be the 65th anniversary of [URL="http://www.army.mil/d-day/"]D-Day invasion[/URL]. I guess we can call this the Pre-Day invasion. Instead of storming the beaches of Normandy to take on Nazi Germany, Palm will be taking on the mighty, mighty Apple Corp., and its Juggernaut iPhone. At [URL="http://www.infosyncworld.com/news/n/10282.html"]$200[/URL] (after $100 rebate with two year agreement), it has a similar price tag to the current 8GB iPhone. But can it really take on the iPhone or even compete with the [URL="http://www.rim.net/"]BlackBerry[/URL], which itself has been giving Apple a …

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I was one of the lucky ones who was able to get in on the phone management service [URL="http://www.grandcentral.com/"]Grand Central[/URL] when it was still in beta. [URL="http://googlevoiceblog.blogspot.com/"]Google announced[/URL] late last night that its relaunching the service as Google Voice and is available to current customers as a private beta. I, for one, welcome our new call management overlords. For those unfamiliar, Grand Central is a call forwarding service on steroids. It assigns you a phone number with your local area code that you can give it out to every contact you have. Then connect your home, cell, and work numbers …

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The drum beat has already started for next week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, where you won't be able to swing a dead rotary dial phone without hitting a slick sales type breathing the word "wireless" into your ear. Elena Malykhina, writing in Information Week this morning, advises show goers to "look for mobile TVs, wearable computing devices, portable media players, wireless in-vehicle technology, next-generation networking equipment, and much more." CES is historically a big coming out party for new technologies and this year should be no different. Information Week reports that CES will have more than 2,700 exhibitors …

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We've been talking about "upside" in the technology stock sector all week. Hand held devices and memory cards were the sectors at the top of that list, and should stay that way. Another side to the upside discussion is who, exactly, will be buying these products? After all, a lot of traffic in the handheld market is corporate driven. Companies are buying Blackberries and Treos for their busy staffers so they can keep in touch with the corporate mothership away from the office (which means you're never away from the office, but that's a story for another day). What's missing …

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The End.