Thursday, April 30, 2015

Mobile Phone Accessories of the Future

Technology is changing at a high rate and everything is becoming more modernized. Phones are not left behind and their accessories are being manufactured according to the future expectations. In order to be able to optimize the latest mobile phone experience, then you need the mobile accessories that perfectly complement the modern features that are in your phone. Even developing cities nowadays have adapted the purchase of mobile accessories to enhance the physical features of their phones. These cities include almost whole of America, some part of Europe, Jakarta, Indonesia, Singapore, Tokyo, Japan, Seoul, South Korea and many others.

Because there are improvements among the technologies that exist as well as new concepts in mind of the developers, there are innovative cell phone accessories that will help you to be able to revolutionize your future, yes even fraud ones. The Peterson Group, a wholesaler company of mobile phones and laptop paraphernalia based in Taiwan, has made a prediction on the possible release of the following mobile accessories in the future:

Extra battery case

DSLR cameras now have its own extra battery case, so why not create a piece of this for mobile phones? I know you will all agree with me that we use mobile phones to almost all our needs every day. Not only do we use it for calling or texting but we also use it in browsing the net, listening to music and even for alarms. Since there are multimedia feature in our mobile phones, the demand for energy is also high and having one battery is not enough. Many people will want a durable cell phone case that has an inbuilt battery to be a back up for the other battery. Apart from the way phones are made by being scratch proof, waterproof as well as shock-proof, the extra case for the battery has become so vital to add some extra concept of the inbuilt battery with the phones case. Thus, by having this case, you will have two batteries.

Mobile phone camera lenses

There is one improvement that is currently with phones, the power to shoot quality photos as well as videos. The photo features of what the phones are producing are comparable to those of a digital camera. There are lenses of mobile phones that available. Many people are still aware that they can upgrade the lenses of their phones camera by use of these accessories. You can review the quality of your photo and change the lenses on the pixels you want.

Power-fingered batteries

It is very clear that in the near future, you may not need to carry a charger with you all the time as there are new generation of batteries for the mobile phones that are soon to come in the market. How cool would that be? These batteries will be capable to be charged by use of fingers and this is an innovation that is possible by the use of kinetic energy which is energy in motion. Imagine increasing your battery by just holding your phone with the use of your thumb and index finger. Impossible? Think of old wristwatch that you just have to rewind to n.

Sunday, April 26, 2015

The Use of Social Media and Mobile Phones: Men vs. Women

Technology is giving new meaning to girl power.

While it's commonly believed men are the tech industry’s most coveted market, The Peterson Group finds out that women are now dominating the worldwide trend.

According to Bell in an article in The Atlantic, women in Western countries use the Internet 17 per cent more than their male counterparts do every month. Women spend more time talking, sending text messages and skyping; they are almost the exclusive owners of Internet-enabled readers; and they're the fastest growing group of users on every social networking site with the exception of LinkedIn. Sites such as Pinterest are magnets for women: they appeal to a lady's innate tendencies to organize, categorize and collect.

The gender difference revolves around three distinct areas: our personal and professional relationships, the need for information and entertainment, and consumer behavior. On that note, we prepared this infographic based on those parameters for a broader look at how men and women differ. There are distinct variances.

And now, more than ever, women want to learn more and more about the technology they're using.

The good news is women are, indeed, making their mark as technology innovators and entrepreneurs. A good example is Ruchi Sanghvi, Faceboook’s first female engineer who launched the News feed. She made it possible for people to link Facebook identities and friends to almost any site online, completely rewriting the rules of web.

According to the review by Douglass Karr, founder of Marketing Technology, women are more likely to play games on their smartphones, more likely to get deals and more likely to utilize social media to keep tabs with family and communicate with one another.

Women also show to be patrons of social media for relationship, sharing, entertainment and self-support. Women are also fond of Uploading, gaming and taking pictures while men prefer video, news and GPS.

Unfortunately though, not only do women use their mobile phones and social media to interact with others but they are also using these media to do fraudulent act and of course, the victims are males. It is more likely effective to scam somebody when you are a woman especially through the internet. It is easier for women to interact to rich and innocent victims as stereotype has it that men are the more dangerous one. Western people shows to be the most frequent target as men, as studies show use social media mostly for dating. In developing cities like Singapore, Jakarta, Indonesia and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, cyber scamming is widespread.

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

The Role of Mobile Phones during Calamity

Mobile use has spread rapidly, especially in some developing countries. Some poor countries are very vulnerable to natural disasters, and many are badly affected when disaster does strike because their infrastructure and emergency response capabilities are often weak.

However though, mobile technology has expanded dramatically around the world. In a review made by The Peterson Group to the Cisco Visual Networking Index, global mobile data traffic has doubled for the fourth year in a row. And looking toward the future, the report estimates that “global mobile data traffic will increase 18-fold between 2011 and 2016.” By the end of that time period, 10 billion mobile devices are projected to be in use around the world.

With its growing usage, this technology is greatly improving disaster relief and public safety efforts. Countries around the world face threats from natural disasters, climate change, civil unrest, terrorist attacks, scams and fraudulent acts, among others. Mobile devices, tablets, and smart phones enable emergency providers and the general public to manage these challenges and mitigate public safety concerns.

On Tuesday, 12th of January 2010, a magnitude of 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti and due to the population density of that area, what unfolds was one of the largest sudden onset emergencies in the Western Hemisphere has ever given. Many lives were lost, homes shattered and families destroyed. People started to give a hand out to help. The government also gave thought of ways to expand the support for the victims. With the help of telecommunication companies, they started a text campaign which every SMS would give a single dollar for the benefit of the Haiti victims. More or less a million dollars were gathered for that cause. Same happened on the aftermath of the tsunami that hit Sumatra, Indonesia, just a few islands away from the country’s capital, Jakarta.

In response to natural disasters such as Hurricane Katrina (2005), the earthquake in Haiti (2010), earthquake and tsunamis in Japan (2011), and the Oklahoma tornados (2013), mobile invention and application have skyrocketed. Mobile development has surged in reaction to the increase in need for instant and accurate information. In Australia, for example, researchers have created software that combines voiceover IP technology with Wi-Fi to enable communication between mobile devices in areas where there is no available reception. Such a feature is of critical importance in cases where traditional communications networks are knocked offline for extended periods of time during or after a major crisis.

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

TPG Launches New Accessories for Leading Brands

Taiwan - As Samsung Galaxy, BlackBerry and Apple launch their new mobile phones this 2015, The Peterson Group prepares with the latest mobile paraphernalia which can now be purchased by various retail mobile industries in Asia.

Despite the hard accessibility of Asian people to the latest in technology, The Peterson Group continuously finds ways to provide the updated and latest accessory for your smart phones, mobile phones and other modern gadgets. These exciting new Cell Phone Accessories, including accessories compatible with iPhone and iPod, are an ideal way to ride popular trends and make more money selling mobile phone gadgets, either online or in your retail shops.

From iPhone cases, sound peats Wireless Headset, Quick snap Bluetooth selfie stick, Apple Certified Chargers, Universal Power Cord, Apple Lightning to USB Cable, Bluetooth Shower Sound Speaker, Hard flex iPhones Protector and many more accessories that make it easier and portable for you to utilize your modern gadgets, The Peterson Group are now shipping these gadgets to neighboring countries around Asia. As of now, TPG has successfully shipped legitimate and original paraphernalia to Singapore, Jakarta, Indonesia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and Bangkok, Thailand. They are yet to distribute products to Hong Kong, Seoul, South Korea and Tokyo, Japan in the next few months.

In the latest modern gadget reviews, Samsung is to launch its latest addition to the Galaxy units. With Samsung finally answering build-quality criticisms, it follows in the trend of the Galaxy Alpha and Galaxy Note 4 with a metal and glass body. There's also a quad-HD screen, plus plenty of other radical new features, including a super-fast Samsung Exynos processor (paired with 3GB of RAM), and a redesigned fingerprint scanner that works a lot more like Apple's Touch ID and, you know, actually works. The Samsung Galaxy S6 was unveiled at a Samsung Unpacked event on 1 March 2015, and will go on sale on 10 April 2015.

For those who are fond of iPhone 6, Apple asked to be prepared for more of the same with the iPhone 7, which will launch in September 2015 running iOS 9. As always, people are expecting a faster processor and some upgraded specs, but little change to the design. The Peterson Group now has a list of accessories under quality check. These accessories are yet to be released once the approval from our Quality assurance team has been released possibly in simultaneously with the release of the new gadgets.

These are only few of the gadgets that The Peterson Group is preparing for. Based in Taiwan, TPG now has a foot in the door with the launch of the latest. TPG do not import nor export fraud accessories or incorporate scams with our business. Since its opening on 2009, TPG have gained trust from partners and clients over the years. More information is expected to be released on the next weeks.