25 February 2010

Symbian OS Number One on The World

Research In Motion (RIM) with her Blackberry cell phone may be popular in 2009. So does Apple's iPhone. However, from the operating system (OS) smart phones, Symbian remains the number one.

"Smartphone sales soaring in the fourth quarter of 2009, with 53.8 million units, up by 41.4 percent in the same period in 2008," said Carolina Milanesi, Research Director, Gartner.

Milanesi also commented that the vendors who focus on land smartphones like Apple and Research in Motion reached great success compared to other mobile vendors, they controlled 14.4% and 19.9% of the world smartphone market

Data-selling smartphone OS 2009 was issued by the research institute Gartner. According to Gartner, although down 5.4%, Symbian OS is still the most popular with 46.9% market share.

Apparently, the movement to open source Symbian and introduces strategies the Symbian^3 in the first quarter of 2010 was the right step.

While on the other hand, Android OS is seen as the fastest growing. In 2008, Android has only 0.5% market share and are now straight to number 3.9%.

Meanwhile, the iPhone also experienced a drastic increase from 8.2% to 14.4%. With the surge, the iPhone is now in third place after Symbian and RIM.

Here are Gartner's latest data, released in February 2010:
  1. Symbian - 46.9%
  2. RIM - 19.9%
  3. iPhone OS - 14.4%
  4. Windows Mobile - 8.7%
  5. Linux - 4.7%
  6. Android - 3.9%
  7. WebOS - 0.7%
  8. Other OS - 0.6%

Mainstay Nokia Symbian 3.0

As one of the largest mobile phone vendor, Nokia is not interested in using Google's Android platform made in the development of mobile products. Nokia did not feel threatened by the rising popularity of Android for the overall market share is still small practically.

Nokia is still going to use Symbian as a platform for its products. Currently Symbian 3.0 will be released with multitasking capabilities, improved graphics, faster access to the widget-based content, including magnification with a pinch to zoom.

On the other hand, Nokia is more interested in using Linux. Recently, in the event Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain, Nokia and Intel have agreed to integrate the development of Linux-based platform that previously developed individual, namely Intel and Nokia Maemo Moblin, became MeeGo.

MeeGo forward will be a platform for computing products Nokia, including tablets and netbooks. While Symbian will be focused on the development of smartphones.

10 Most Expensive Cars in 2010

In the year 2010 is the world's most expensive car is held by Swedish car manufacturer Koenigsegg Trevita at U.S. $ 2.21 million. With much for the price you will be pampered by a variety of accessories that make this car look dynamic and exuded and the malignancy as well lux magnitude 1018 bhp engine.

While in second place was the duo Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport is released in two models namely the 'normal' for U.S. $ 2 million and coupe models are sold at a price of U.S. $ 1.67 million or approximately USD 15,5 billion. Both these cars carrying engine-powered 16-cylinder 1001 hp topspeed reached 350 km per hour.

While in the third place there Cinque Pagani Zonda Roadster worth U.S. $ 1.8 million. This car is produced only 5 units from the chassis just with titanium carbon materials and machinery from a 678 hp engine taken from the Mercedes AMG V12, Roadster Pagani Zonda Cinque takes only 3.4 seconds to reach speeds of 100 km/hour.

Here's the full list of 10 most expensive cars in the world during this 2010 year.
  1. Koenigsegg Trevita: U.S. $ 2.21 million
  2. Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport U.S. $ 2 million (version coupe U.S. $ 1.67 million or approximately USD 15.5 billion)
  3. Cinque Pagani Zonda Roadster: U.S. $ 1.8 million
  4. Lamborghini Reventon Roadster: U.S. $ 1.56 million
  5. Lamborghini Reventon: U.S. $ 1.42 million
  6. Maybach Landaulet: U.S. $ 1.4 million
  7. Koenigsegg CCXR: U.S. $ 1.3 million
  8. Koenigsegg CCX: U.S. $ 1.1 million
  9. Leblanc Mirabeau: U.S. $ 765,000 or about USD 7.10 billion
  10. SSC Ultimate Aero: U.S. $ 740,000 or approximately USD 6.87 billion