How to find CellID and LAC in BlackBerry phone

Apr 07, 2012 under Others

I have already introduced a few apps for iOS, Android and Symbian to find cell towers information like LAC and CellID, but none of them work on BlackBerry phone. After a few minutes search and research, I find that there is hardly any app has ever been created to achieve this objective and I finally…

Find Android phone CellID and LAC using test mode

Nov 15, 2011 under Others

I once introduced some apps we can use to get our phone’s CellID and LAC for location purposes, like celltracker, fieldtest, net monitor, cell tower locator etc. In addition to those apps, I recently came into a more powerful app for Android device called Network Info II which is available in Android market. It can…

Make free calls without mobile network coverage

Aug 20, 2011 under Others

Almost after most severe natural disasters or social unrest, telephone communication is being cut off as infrastructure could be seriously damaged which is crucial for saving lives. But people do not have to worry about it in the future, Australian researchers have developed an app for Android which could set up a short range peer…

Who has your Mac?

Aug 08, 2011 under Others

A man called Joshua got his MacBook stolen from his apartment in Oakland in March when he’s not home. He then reported it to his local police. Luckily he installed a program called Hidden, and he used it to take photos of the thief and gathered the network and location information which were sent to…

Microsoft mapping services expose user location

Jul 30, 2011 under Others

When Apple and Google cell phone location tracking issued got our full attention, no one was aware that Microsoft was doing the same using their managed driving program. As is known to all, Google first used their street view cars to log WiFi Access Point and cell sites information, and then they stopped the move…

Goodbye MobileMe and Welcome iCloud

Jun 28, 2011 under Others

Since Apple announced its new free could based service iCould at WWDC two weeks ago, the destiny of MobileMe was set. The rumors used to have it that Apple will lower its price from $99 to $20, and some even predicted free MobileMe service. But eventually, Apple killed MobileMe. MobileMe subscribers are not able to…

Best free mobile security apps for Android

May 26, 2011 under Others

Android is the most popular mobile OS in addition to iOS at the moment, but it’s one of the most insecure platform as well. A case in point is San Francisco based software vendor Coverity released a report last year saying that there were a huge number of bugs in Android kernel, among which 88…

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