Saturday, April 28, 2007

Nokia Still King In Shrinking Phone Market

Phone shipments jumped 10 percent in the first quarter to 256.4 million units, a decline of 13.8 percent from the last quarter of 2006, according to the report. Gains topped 20 percent for each quarter in 2006.

These numbers, however, can be linked to the inevitable decline of cell phone purchases as everyone from your eight-year-old neighbor to your elderly grandparents acquire the devices, leaving fewer and fewer individuals without a mobile phone, IDC said. Recent shipments are therefore more geared toward current subscribers replacing outdated phones than new customers, the firm said.

With 91.1 million units shipped in the first quarter, Nokia easily beat out the number-two vendor Motorola, which shipped 45.4 million units. Nokia saw shipments to the Middle East, Africa and China increase since the holiday season, though Asia/Pacific purchases remained the same. The company was particularly successful in the converged mobile device space, moving 11.8 million units as consumers snapped up the N73, N70 and recently launched E65.

Nokia, however, has had a difficult time selling phones within the United States. Exact IDC numbers for mobile phone sales within the U.S. will be released in about two weeks, an IDC representative said.

was in recovery mode for the first quarter, IDC said. It dropped 1.5 percent from the first quarter of 2006, but is looking to recover its 2006 losses this year with a new management team and newly announced devices, according to researchers.

While Motorola announced plans to revamp growth, the sudden shift in momentum demonstrates how competitive this industry is and how innovation on product development is essential," said Ryan Reith, research analyst for IDC's Worldwide Mobile Phone Tracker, in a statement.

Samsung, which shipped 34.8 million devices during the quarter, was the only company to post a sequential and year-over-year increase. It jumped 20 percent from this time last year, due in part to sales of "Ultra Edition" handsets, particularly the D900 model, and the E250 handset, IDC said.

"Samsung was able to benefit from Motorola's misfortunes by recording a positive sequential growth in the first quarter, which is uncommon given the effects of seasonality on this industry," according to Reith.

Nokia may have shipped the largest number of phones in the first quarter, but Sony Ericsson saw the greatest percentage leap since Q1 2006. Nokia jumped 21.3 percent since this time last year, but Sony Ericsson saw an increase of 63.9 percent. That success can be attributed to gains in low- and mid-tier products portfolio in Europe, Asia/Pacific and Latin America, according to IDC.

However Ericsson's "strategy to move into lower-tier devices nonetheless put downward pressure on average selling prices," IDC said.

LG Electronics, meanwhile, was expected to post a decrease in shipments and flat growth, IDC said. The company shipped 15.8 million units, an 11.9 percent decrease from 1Q 2006.

But "having enjoyed success from its iconic Black Label Chocolate series, the company hopes for similar success with more premium devices, including its Shine and digital multimedia broadcast devices," IDC wrote.

"The increase in worldwide phone shipments was driven, in part, by new subscribers in emerging markets and, in part, by replacement sales in mature markets," said Ramon Llamas, research analyst with IDC's mobile devices technology and trends group, in a statement.

Device vendors are pushing low-cost handsets, but that "has the unfortunate effect of dragging down device ASPs," Llamas said. "To stem the decline in ASPs, device vendors are taking steps to rationalize platforms, improve supply chain logistics, and relocate production to low-cost regions."


Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Mobile phone and your life

NO one can think Life without a mobile phone how can any body survive without Mobile phones. From a fashion statement to status symbol, luxury to a necessity, the journey of mobile phones has been one of great role in day to day life. But do we, who take these mobile for granted, ever think of the technology behind it? A mobile Phone service is based on a simple idea. We had wireless sets before, used by security, police, organizers etc.Mobile phones were not only accessible easily, they were most personal.

In the race of this competition era one should be much aware of from where to buy a mobile phone that mobile phone brand and also which shop offers that mobile phone .

We must be much aware of the various new mobile phone plans offered by various branded mobile phone company's.You must have to buy a cheap mobile phone plan from good shops available online you are as i also must understand some hidden cost before buy any mobile phone.

Monday, April 23, 2007

Cellphone myths, and little-known facts

What if you could tap a special code into your cellphone to unlock a reserve of battery power for those desperate moments when you need to make just one more call before your phone dies?

"Total nonsense," said Richard Windsor, an analyst with Nomura in London, who specializes in cellphones and cellphone equipment.

"Pure science fiction," said Marcus Dacombe, Nokia's head of product marketing and sales for Europe.

Too bad, because if you read Internet blogs you might almost convince yourself that the function does exist, as implausible as it might sound. A wealth of mythology has grown up around cellphones and little-known functions that make them tick. The potential of extra battery power is perhaps the function that seems most immediately useful, but it is not the only one.

"It would be great if the story about the reserve battery power was true," Dacombe said. "I would be fascinated to know where the idea that it exists came from."

Nobody is exactly sure where these ideas about special cellphone features come from, but they are out there and most are nothing more than myths that have endured over many years.

There is the one that says that if you lock your keys in the car and you have a remote keyless entry system, you can unlock the car by having somebody beep your spare remote over a cellphone if you hold the phone near the car door.

That is surely another trick the phone makers should have invented - except that the remote opening systems for cars work on radio waves, which cannot be transmitted over a cellphone.

These myths have managed to dupe the gullible probably in part because most cellphones do indeed have some little-known functions that are not explained in owner's manuals.

For example, on many phones, punching in *#06# will get you the serial number of the phone, a number that is particular to that handset and can be used to block the phone if it is stolen.

That number is also written on a white label on the inside of all phones, usually underneath the battery.

Dialing *#0000# on Nokia phones will display a screen with details on the version of the software the phone is using. Similar codes will work on other types of phones, usually the more advanced models.


Saturday, April 21, 2007

Nokia N91 8GB Mobile phone Details

N91, a member of Nokia N-series is positioned as a music phone by its manufacturer. With a comprehensive list of features and good looks, the handset grabs the attention of any mobile user. But is all the hype around this Nokia mobile phone really worthy or is simply a marketing buzz. In this article we will try to make an assessment on the performance of Nokia N91.

As its name specifies, the Nokia N91 8GB is equipped with an 8GB hard drive offering you enough space to store your pictures, videos and music files. The Nokia N91 8GB comes with the impressive Windows Media Player which endows you with unmatched stereophonic sounds as well as viewing experience. Dedicated playback keys and volume control feature of the Nokia N91 8GB further enhance your listening habits. Built-in FM radio, 2 mega pixel camera, 3G connectivity, Bluetooth, WLAN, GPRS, EDGE, full web browser, Symbian OS are some of the other standard features of the Nokia N91 8GB. The Nokia N91 8GB is a great slider handset to watch out for.

N91, a member of Nokia N-series is positioned as a music phone by its manufacturer. With a comprehensive list of features and good looks, the handset grabs the attention of any mobile user. But is all the hype around this Nokia mobile phone really worthy or is simply a marketing buzz. In this article we will try to make an assessment on the performance of Nokia N91.
Features: The feature list is long and comprehensive. Music, camera, multimedia, personalization features and huge memory- Nokia N91 has all. The music player supports all popular file formats like MP3, AAC, M4A, eAAC and WMA which is impressive. The handset has other music capabilities like play lists, album art, preset equalizer settings and ID3 tags. But to play iTunes you need a upgraded software, which takes the sheen out of this music phone. The sound quality and volume levels are great and soothing to ears. The handset boasts of a 2-megapixel camera which shoots average quality pictures and in no way can be touted as a replacement to digital cameras. The resolution of 1600 x 1200 is good for sending MMS. Nokia N91 has Lifeblog which is a digital photo album for photographers and bloggers. The feature enables you to post your images on the blogs which is a novelty for mobile users. The handset also has multitude of connectivity options like 3G, Bluetooth 1.2, Tri-band GSM support, USB and Wi-Fi. There is no infrared but rest of the connectivity options are enough to offer uninterrupted connectivity.

Friday, April 20, 2007

Nokia N 73 Mobile phone

The N73 is one of Nokia's more normal looking smartphones. It has a straightforward candy bar design and an absolutely standard keypad. It looks more at home with recent MS Smartphones like the T-Mobile SDA and Cingular 2125 than the Nokia N80, N91 or N93. Like the SDA and 2125, a large QVGA display dominates the front face, and while the phone may lack the sexy looks of the N80 or the stainless steel machismo of the N91, the display itself is so eye-catching it gives the entire phone a turn to the stunning. Since normalcy abounds, the phone has a standard keypad with roomy blue backlit keys, a perfectly conformist 5 way joystick that's surrounded by the usual smartphone cluster of 2 softkeys and the call send and end keys. The application launcher, pencil, clear and multimedia applications launcher keys wrap around the keypad in the bright silver surround. All are easy to access and we're thankful the ever-important application launcher wasn't relegated to a side location as with the Nokia N91.

Like most other phones the N73 has a volume rocker for both speaker sound and in-call volume on the right side and this rocker does double-duty as the zoom control for the camera. The IR window is all by itself on the phone's left side, and stereo speakers under a post-modern looking metal grille are located at the top and bottom edges of the phone. The charger port is at the bottom as is the Pop-Port multifunction port.Turn the phone on its side and it becomes a camera, and in fact looks like a point-and-shoot. Slide the rear lens cover to expose the lens and LED flash and the camera application opens automatically. The slider stays firmly in place and lays against the phone's back in an interesting manner to accommodate the sloping lines of the phone. Slide the lens cover shut and the camera application exits automatically. There's a dedicated Gallery button beside the shutter button which allows you to quickly move through your photos in full-screen landscape mode.

Above the display you'll find the secondary VGA camera used for self-portraits and video conferencing in 3G service areas, the light sensor which automatically adjusts display brightness and the earpiece. the miniSD slot is located on the bottom edge parallel to the Pop-Port connector and the card is hot-swappable. As you'd expect, the battery lives under a door on the phone's back and the SIM card is under the battery.The phone feels and looks very well made, perhaps a bit more so than the N80.The N73 is mid-to-large sized by feature phone standards and small by smartphone standards. It's smaller than the Treo 700p and 700w, Nokia 7610, Nokia 6682 and all Windows Mobile Pocket PC phones on the market and is similar in size to the Cingular 2125 and T-Mobile SDA MS Smartphones.


Wednesday, April 11, 2007

The Nokia N93i is Launched

Nokia launched its N93i, a compact, stylish digital camcorder cum multimedia device designed to 'unleash the movie maker' within the consumer.

The new metallic finish (Deep Plum and Warm Graphite) key mat and mirror effect, 2.4-inch display with up to 16 million colors and 160 degree viewing angle, easy-to-use joystick, and dedicated camera keys all make for a snazzy visual effect.

Optimized for mobile filmmaking, the N93i packs a 3.2 mega pixels (2048 x 1536 pixels) camera with Carl Zeiss optics, 3x optical zoom, auto focus, and close-up mode. It comes with a 1GB miniSD card for capturing up to 45 minutes of DVD-like quality video, or up to 1,250 high quality photographs.

Based on S60 3rd Edition software on Symbian OS, the N93i, according to Nokia, is the perfect choice to create video content and shoot DVD-quality videos in MPEG-4 VGA at up to 30 frames per second, with stereo audio recording, and digital stabilization.

The multimedia phone integrates a new personal video and photo blogging service called Vox, which allows easy sharing of stories/thoughts/ideas with friends and family.

The bundled Adobe Premiere Elements 3.0 software enables users create professional quality movies on compatible PCs. The videos can be transferred back to multimedia computers or burned onto DVDs.

The nokia N93i is designed to work on WLAN, 3G (WCDMA 2100 MHz), EDGE, and GSM (900/1800/1900 MHz) networks, and provides mobile Broadband Internet access for browsing, uploading content, sending/receiving emails, generally staying connected on the move.

Besides, thanks to direct TV out functionality, it is possible to simply connect the N93i to a compatible TV with the supplied video-out connectivity cable, to enjoy screening of one's own movie or latest photographs.

Else, integrated wireless LAN (WLAN) technology can be used to connect the phone to a compatible UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) enabled device.

The N93i is immediately available.


Monday, April 9, 2007

Nokia n76 Mobile Phone Details


The Nokia N76 is a slim and stylish folding portable multimedia computer supporting WCDMA 2100/EGSM 850/900/1800/1900 or EGSM 850/900/1800/1900 for some regions. Take pictures with the 2 megapixel camera or play music without opening the phone using dedicated media keys and the external (128 x 160 pixels) 262k color display. Enjoy videos and graphics with crystal clarity on the 2.4” QVGA (240 x 320 pixels) 16M color main display in portrait or landscape mode and listen to music using stereo headphones with the built-in 3.5mm headphone jack. The Nokia N76 also features Java MIDP 2.0 support with additional Java API’s, USB 2.0, Bluetooth 2.0 and MicroSD memory card support.


Saturday, April 7, 2007

LG VX9400 Mobile TV Phone on Verizon

Building upon a growing reputation for offering customers breakthrough technologies and designs, LG MobileComm U.S.A., Inc. (LG Mobile Phones) and Verizon Wireless debuted the LG VX9400 at the CTIA WIRELESS 2007 show today. LG’s first phone to support Verizon Wireless’ V CAST Mobile TV, the LG VX9400 is the latest innovation in mobile entertainment technology. The LG VX9400 is highlighted by a slim, stylish swing bar design with a large color LCD screen for optimal TV viewing and new cutting-edge features, while also empowering customers with the ability to access Verizon Wireless’ V CAST Music and Video, Get It Now and Mobile Web 2.0SM. With Bluetooth capabilities for certain profiles and a 1.3 megapixel camera/camcorder, the multimedia-centric features coupled with service that runs on the nation’s most reliable wireless network make the LG VX9400 one of the must-have devices for fashionistas, business professionals and families alike in 2007.

The LG VX9400 is perfect for accessing Verizon Wireless’ new V CAST Mobile TV service, giving customers the ability to watch eight broadcast-quality mobile television channels. Additionally, with the LG VX9400’s easy-to-use multitasking capability, customers enjoying the best of television on their LG VX9400 phones can take calls and messages and then go right back to enjoying their program.

Verizon Wireless customers will also have the ability to enjoy the latest in mobile music innovation with the LG VX9400 since the device is V CAST Music-enabled. Verizon Wireless customers can download from a selection of more than 1.5 million songs in the V CAST Music library and listen to the latest hits right on their phones. The external microSD memory card slot allows customers to easily move their music from their computers directly to the phones. In addition, customers can take their V CAST Music experience to the next level by pairing the LG VX9400 with a Bluetooth stereo headset for a totally wireless music experience.

“The release of the LG VX9400 signals a new frontier in mobile technology development,” said Jon Maron, senior director of marketing for LG Electronics MobileComm U.S.A., Inc. “V CAST Mobile TV is truly groundbreaking, and we are proud to be among the first manufacturers to support a service that will change the way we use mobile devices.”

The LG VX9400 complements its robust entertainment capabilities with a full set of mobile features that consumers have come to expect from LG and Verizon Wireless. The LG VX9400 includes a 1.3 megapixel camera with flash and camcorder that allows users to record up to one hour of consecutive video with an external memory card. A one-touch speakerphone, Web-based e-mail and Flash User Interface make the LG VX9400 one of the most feature rich handsets available in the U.S. market.

The LG other mobile phone VX9400 offers some of the most advanced mobile phone features today, including:

V CAST-capable
V CAST Mobile TV – check out the best of television with full-length broadcast-quality television programs on your wireless phone
V CAST Music – download songs over the air or transfer your own music collection onto a microSD memory card
V CAST Video and 3D Games – watch video clips from the best names in news, sports, entertainment and more or download the latest 3D games from top providers
Get It Now-capable – download games, Ring Tones, wallpapers and more
Mobile Web 2.0-capable – customizable, enhanced wireless access to the latest in news, sports, weather and more
microSD Memory Port to store music, customer generated pictures and videos (memory card sold separately)
Flash User Interface for Clear Images/Text & Fun Animations
Standalone Mode (RF Off)
Music Only Mode (RF Off except Bluetooth)
1.3 megapixel camera with flash
Self-Portrait capability and mirror for self-portraits
Resolution: 1280 x 960, 640 x 480 (default), 320 x 240, 176 x 144, 160 x 120 pixels
Video Resolution: 320 x 240, 176 x 144 (default) pixels
Digital zoom up to 4 times
Customizable brightness, white balance, shutter sound, color effects, photometry, self-timer and night mode
Image Editor – zoom, rotate, crop
Bluetooth-capable (v1.2) – compatible with headset, hands-free, dial-up networking (SPP), advanced audio distribution, file transfer, object push for vCard and basic printing
Bluetooth stereo headset support for listening to music*
TXT, Picture and Video Messaging capability – send and receive messages with text, sounds, photos and videos
My Account – access balance, minutes, usage and payment info
Instant Messaging capability
One-touch speakerphone
Enhanced speaker-independent voice recognition
Voice commands – call, send message, go to, check, lookup, My Account
Voice memo recording
13 unique Ring Tones, plus vibrate and silent modes
TTY/TDD support
Hearing aid compatible (M4-Rating)
Personal organizer – calendar with scheduler, alarm clock, notepad, plus world clock, calculator, EZ Tip calculator tools
500 address book contacts with five numbers, two e-mail addresses and a picture ID for each entry
Speed dial (98 entries plus a voicemail default)
English and Spanish language support
Simultaneous GPS for Enhanced Location Accuracy
Frequency: 1.9 GHz CDMA PCS, 800 MHz CDMA (digital dual-band)
Dimensions: 4.04” (h) x 1.93” (w) x 0.73” (d)
Weight: 4.06 oz.
Soft-feel coating for comfortable and firm grip
Slim and stylish swing bar design with large (2.2”) color LCD for optimal (landscape) TV viewing
LCD display: 262K Color TFT, 320 x 240 pixels, 13 lines
Standard battery: 950 mAh Li-Polymer
Up to 228 minutes or usage time or up to 458 hours of standby time

The LG VX9400 is available today in Verizon Wireless Communications Stores in select markets where V CAST Mobile TV is available for $199.99 after $50 rebate and a new two-year customer agreement. Customers where the service is available may also purchase the LG VX9400.


Wednesday, April 4, 2007

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Nokia E90 First Smartphone with BlackBerry Connect 4.0

Nokia e90
During the Smartphone Summit yesterday, a day-long fiesta of seminars devoted to all things smartphones just ahead of the CTIA Wireless show in Orlando, Vincent Washington, a Business Development Manager at Research In Motion (RIM) revealed Nokia's upcoming E90 Communicator will be the first device to support BlackBerry Connect 4.0, a major upgrade over the current version.

The BlackBerry Connect program enables the mob-e-mail leader's push e-mail and data access solutions to work with non-Blackberry devices. BlackBerry Connect 4.0 adds the ability to generate an encryption key wirelessly, wireless activation of a device in the enterprise, AES in addition to Triple Data Encryption Standard (DES), Dutch and Brazilian Portuguese language support, and the ablity to erase and disable a BlackBerry-enabled device

So for corporate customers BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES) software tightly integrates with Microsoft Exchange, IBM Lotus Domino and existing enterprise systems to enable secure access to e-mail and other corporate data. This includes the automatic synchronization of messages to the E90's inbox, calendar syncing, attachment viewing, Triple DES encryption, Remote Address Lookup of corporate directory, and centralized device management, with support for IT policies such as over-the-air device disablement and password device lock.

And, as with individuals and small businesses with BlackBerry handhelds, BlackBerry Connect will enable E90 users to access ISP e-mail accounts through the hosted BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS).

More on the E90
Nokia resurrects its long-running communicator line with the E90, which is now a part of the business-centric Eseries.

While the E90 is a Symbian smartphone like past communicators, Nokia ditches the S80 interface for the far more popular S60 platform with this device. This means, among other things, a far larger swath of third-party software will be available to E90 owners than the 9500, for example.

The E90 measures 5.2 x 2.2 x 0.8 inches (132 x 57 x 20 millimeters) and weighs 7.4 ounces (210 grams).

As a quad-band GSM (850/900/1800/1900) device, the E90 will pretty much get you a signal almost anywhere in the world. There's also GPRS, 2.5G EDGE, 3G UMTS and 3.5G HSPDA data networking supported. Additional wireless technologies include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth with stereo headset support, GPS and even an FM radio.

There's a full keypad along with a 240 x 320 pixel resolution display that you can run software from on the outside - so you can use nearly all the E90's functions with the smartphone closed (unlike previous Nokia communicators), and a full QWERTY thumb-keyboard with a large 800 x 352 pixel resolution screen that supports 16 million colors inside.

The E90 has two cameras, a 3.2 megapixel one with autofocus and flash and a second shooter for video conferencing. It features stereo speakers and a 2.5 mm connector for stereo headphones. There's a microSD slot to add additional storage on top of the device's built-in 128 MB of RAM: It ships with a 512 MB microSD card, which format that is now available up to 2 GB in size. The E90 sports a USB Mini-B connector to link to a PC at USB 2.0 speeds.

It includes a text-to-speech reader, the Quickoffice document editor/reader, many personal information management tools, the new Nokia Maps application, a MP3 and AAC audio player, an video player, and a full compliment of messaging and e-mail options.

Nokia estimates the E90 will start shipping during the second quarter of this year, and become available globally during the third. The unsubsidized retail price should be around 750 to 800 Euros, which is in the $1,000 range.


Tuesday, April 3, 2007

The latest model in the SPV range has arrived on the UK Orange mobile phone network

Spv M700
There’s been shots of the SPV M700 floating around for a while, but as of today it’s been confirmed that there will be a black version in the UK to partner the White.

As well as all of the goodies detailed below, the SPV M700 has Sat Nav built-in - one of the early phone to have this. The handset will be able to take advantage of Sat-Nav from Orange.

The Sat-Nav is powered by Webraska with all maps and live traffic updates are held on a central server and are downloadable from the Internet via WiFi, 3G, GPRS or the Orange EDGE network onto the mobile device. Initially only available to business users, it’s now open to all.

The M700 has a 2.8in, 240 x 320, 65,53-colour display, a 2.1 megapixel camera and secondary, VGA camera for video calls and runs Windows Mobile 5.0, so offers Microsoft Office applications including Excel, Word and PowerPoint.

With all of this on board Orange is billing it as helping “you work faster and more efficiently when you’re away from your desk.”

This 3G handset can offer data rates of up to 1.8Mbps (network allowing) There’s quite a few wireless networks supported including EDGE networks as well as UMTS, GPRS and WiFi.


Monday, April 2, 2007

AT&T Announces Motorola MC35 Pocket PC Phone by Symbol

Symbol Technologies, now a part of the Motorola Enterprise Solutions Group, announced a Pocket PC phone at CTIA called MC35 which has Cingular service, built-in GPS and Good push email support. It's ruggedized and has integrated WiFi and Bluetooth. Here is the press announcement:

Motorola's MC35 Enterprise Digital Assistant (EDA) will be available in April to AT and T wireless business customers through an arrangement with Motorola. AT and T made the announcement today at CTIA Wireless 2007 in Orlando in conjunction with Motorola's launch of the MC35.

AT&T customers are the first in the U.S. to have access to the MC35 EDA, which provides a sleek and attractive PDA-like form factor that sets a new standard for size in the durable device space. The MC35 helps mobile employees stay connected to important business information using a variety of built-in communications platforms — including ATT’s nationwide* high-speed wireless data network, Global Positioning Satellite (GPS), Wi-Fi and Bluetooth®.

The AT&T-enabled MC35 EDA uses these connectivity options to combine the power of a mobile phone, mobile computing device, camera and bar code scanner into a single multi-functional device. This gives field technicians, mobile sales forces, delivery personnel and even executives access to corporate e-mail, messaging, Web connectivity, location-based services (LBS) and other mission-critical business applications and Push To Talk (PTT).

More than 25 enterprise applications can be ported to the MC35 EDA. Several are available directly through AT&T’s wireless business-to-business sales organization. These include:

· Corrigo. AT&T offers a suite of three wireless field service solutions developed for AT&T by Corrigo, Inc. that are designed to match the level of functionality and support the customer requires. These solutions can be deployed easily via simple wireless download to AT&T-powered wireless devices, including the MC35.

· Push To Talk — AT&T boasts the largest Push To Talk network in America and its PTT service includes several differentiating features, including “availability” icons, quick group calling and the ability to easily switch from a PTT session to a regular wireless voice call.

· TeleNav Track. TeleNav Track is a fully-hosted, on-demand and comprehensive GPS-based mobile resource management solution for companies of all sizes. It includes key GPS features such as location-tracking, wireless time sheets, wireless forms and turn-by-turn navigation.

· TeleNav GPS Navigator. The MC35 also features TeleNav GPS Navigator, which provides customers turn-by-turn GPS-enabled voice and on-screen directions for use while driving or walking. TeleNav GPS Navigator also includes information on more than 10 million points of interest, a business finder, lowest-price-fuel finder and other search tools.