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The telecommunication sector has grown at a breakneck pace in the past decade smashing all existing logical predictions and forecasts that took an educated guess at approximating the pace of the development. The wireless and mobile communication domain has evolved at such an astonishingly rapid rate that every day that dawns sees the birth of countless applications that promise to raise the levels of cellular experience. At the forefront of the revolution at this point in time is Google with its revolutionary open source mobile platform; Android. With even experts hesitant to hazard a guess at the probable market share captured by Android, the future seems bright and sunny for this novel cellular operating system …

The evolution of programming languages was the bulwark on which the extensive usage of computers manifested itself with humongous proportions. Development and design of fourth and fifth generation programming languages with advanced features to minimize and ease the conceptualization process and aid the creation of cutting-edge applications and products have deemed the increasing need and demand of state-of-the-art enterprise level applications, necessary and inevitable.The years that have gone by, have seen many a programming language buckle at its knees and surrender owing to its inability to adapt to the swift changes in the development techniques and methodologies.The lone warrior standing amidst this perpetual degeneration is the Java programming language.

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Rise of Smartphones View PDF All the research reports from various research groups have a single conclusion, – Smartphones are happening and they rule the market. Technology advancements by smart phone vendors (Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Microsoft, Palm Etc), development support by Smartphone OS providers (Symbian, Microsoft, Linux Etc), evolution of mobile downloads provider (Handango, Nokia Software Market Etc), shift from voice centric offerings to value and data service offerings by mobile service providers have created a synergetic shift across mobile value chain. Mobile application developers too have made significant contribution by developing innovative mobile applications, utility tools, mobile games etc. End of the day, mobile users are the most demanding and benefited party in this mobile convergence revolution …

GMI-EIP ApproachPortals originally came to exist to help users to find information on the World Wide Web. As more and more information became available on the World Wide Web, it became very difficult to find useful information without knowing first where to look. The early web portals consisted mainly of simple search engines. These tools returned a list of web sites containing user-specified keywords and/or phrases. Soon after the creation of web- enabled search engines, it became obvious that users needed more than an unsorted list of thousands of web sites containing the specified keywords. This need led to the development of web portals. The early portals were essentially web search engines containing various categories that could be searched and explored independent of the rest of the web. Many search engines today still have this feature …

GMI-Enterprise ArchitectureOver the last decade we learned how to construct software systems using patterns that adhered to the concepts of object orientation. Now, service orientation requires us to adapt to a new approach to system integration and application development. However, at the moment most of us are still learning about this new technology and so we tend to apply familiar patterns when building Web services-based applications.
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