Posts Tagged ‘Smartphones’
  • Nokia announces E72, E71 now old and busted
    by Mike
    Posted June 15th, 2009 at 6:41 am
    While Nokia may have the majority of the world's cellphone users buying their phones, I would much rather consider the quality of said units instead of quantity as the majority of Nokia phones sold are laughable at their absolute best.  Those who have a taste for the finer things in life and gadgets will take pleasure in Nokia's latest high end gem, the E72.  In order to one up the now not so new E71, Nokia upped the megapixel count to 5, threw in a 3.5mm headset jack instead of the still-...
  • Second T-Mobile Android device coming early summer - likely G2
    by Mike
    Posted June 2nd, 2009 at 1:13 pm
    Thank you Mr. CTO of T-Mobile USA for spilling the beans on the latest news concerning the next Android device to hit the U.S. based carrier. The next device will indeed be a follow up to the G1, however, the manufacturer of the handset is still being debated by many on the outside. The HTC pictured above is obviously my first choice for the next Android unit on TMO, though there is a slight chance that units from Samsung or Motorola could break cover. However, those non-HTC units are more ...
  • Nokia N97 coming June 19th - You’re wallet readies the puke bucket
    by Mike
    Posted June 2nd, 2009 at 3:54 am
    Touchscreen lovers and physical button haters let your hair down (if you have it) and prepare for the digital party that is about to take place.  June 19th has been marked as the day for Nokia's flagship N97 to grace the mass public - that is if you are one of the many that make up the mass public in the UK who also happen to want a SIM-free N97. Those looking for bundled options will have to wait a tad longer for June 26th to roll around.  Have you been oh so desperately waiting for the mu...
  • Alphabet soup maker venturing into world of cellphones - ITG xpPhone
    by Mike
    Posted May 29th, 2009 at 1:11 pm
    With XP quickly gaining in age as it's desktop successor, Windows 7 is now drawing ever closer meaning more adventurous uses of XP can be sought out. Mobile ventures perhaps? One of the perks of being an older tried and true operating system is that most of the quirks have been worked out and the OS optimized to its fullest. Moving forward with XP, what is the next stage now that Windows 7 will start to take over? Smartphones of course. Brought to you by the makers of alphabet soup (not ...
  • Will Apple block Palm Pre from iTunes syncing?
    by Mike
    Posted May 29th, 2009 at 6:48 am
    Whether you love or hate them, we all know Apple doesn't necessarily care about the consumer as much as they do keeping their products locked down and making money. One of the pro's of that marketing scheme is that everything within their brand works together and very well. The con's are obvious, you're limited to Apple products or services more often than not. Palm is banking their lives on the success of the Pre. For if it fails or doesn't sell like planned, Palm employees could be looki...
  • Google gives *early* look at Android 2.0 (Donut)
    by Mike
    Posted May 28th, 2009 at 8:22 am
    While many users are still getting cozy with Android's latest rendition, "Cupcake", many people are already looking forward to bigger, better, and sweeter things. Yesterday, Google took the time at their I/O conference to take the wraps off of Android 2.0 and give the public an early peak as to what the almight G has in store for the next installment of the open source OS. So what exactly is Google bringing forward in order to get us hooked even further into Android? (more...)...
  • HTC Lancaster bringing Android goodness to Big Blue
    by Mike
    Posted May 24th, 2009 at 5:49 pm
    AT&T users who have been looking over the fence to their GSM brethren have something to look forward to as this find Sunday afternoon has brought with it a rather nice surprise.  The HTC Lancaster so far is rumored to coming to Big Blue sometime later this summer/early fall with under the hood goodies such as triband EDGE + 850 / 1900MHz HSPA, A-GPS, a 3 megapixel camera, Bluetooth 2.0, microSD support, and a slide-out qwerty keyboard to round out the initial first round of basic specs...
  • Indiana University Kelley School of Busines getting swanky new Berries thanks to AT&T
    by Mike
    Posted May 22nd, 2009 at 1:43 pm
  • Panasonic jumping in on Android bandwagon in 2010
    by Mike
    Posted May 22nd, 2009 at 12:36 pm
    For those of you Panasonic handset lovers who have been scratching your heads and doing endless circles around your living room anxiously awaiting word of Android touching down on the Japanese based manufacturer can now sit down, or now even walk in squares if they wish. Panasonics head honcho, Keisuke Ishii said that they are "seriously considering developing an Android-based handset and entering overseas mobile phone markets in fiscal 2010." While it isn't Pany's first handset, not by a lo...
  • T-Mobile Austria lets slip a 32GB iPhone
    by Mike
    Posted May 22nd, 2009 at 7:14 am
    While consumer electronics companies such as Apple try as hard as they possibly can to keep products from leaking into the open, resellers and business partners often run a slightly looser ship. In this case, T-Mobile Austria may have possibly slip some info about Apple's next gen iPhone. WIth a flurry of rumors surrounding Apple's next latest and greatest including features such as a larger 32GB capacity, FM transmitter, improved camera, and video recording just to name a few. Adding furth...
  • Visual Voicemail to be MIA on Pre launch day?
    by Mike
    Posted May 21st, 2009 at 3:18 pm
    Visual Voicemail is quickly becoming a much sought after feature for many consumers in that it makes sifting through voicemails much easier. The Pre has been rumored and even claimed to have Visual Voicemail support. But will it really? Thanks to the new age breaking news provider, Twitter, a tweet on Palm's Twitter account sadly depicts a not so rosey launch for Pre/VV happiness. As the tweet capture (above) clearly shows, Visual Voicemail will not be debuting with the Pre on the 6th. In...
  • Save yourself rebate hell and $100: Buy your Palm Pre at Best Buy
    by Mike
    Posted May 20th, 2009 at 9:57 am
    In what is sure to be dent Sprint store sales ever so slightly (that is if Best Buy isn't understocked even more than Sprint stores to give off the impression of a real shortage), the $199 price tag on the Palm Pre will only be available to Best Buy purchasers as Sprint won't do the rebate dirty work for you. Ouch. So...the lines will be at Best Buy...not Sprint stores. Good to know. You packing you're camping gear yet? Source: Gizmodo, Best Buy...
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