News: Mobile Phones
Friday, 24 Aug 2012
Unity Technologies CEO David Helgason has announced that the Unity 4 game engine will support Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8.
Wednesday, 22 Aug 2012
Singapore Telecommunications Ltd (SingTel) and EZ-Link Pte Ltd (EZ-Link) today announced the launch of a mobile payment service for smartphones using Near Field Communication (NFC) technology.
M1 today announced the launch of two Near Field Communications (NFC) services, M1 NFC Prepaid MasterCard and EZ-link CEPAS, in collaboration with MasterCard and EZ-link. Both NFC services will be made available at all M1 shops beginning today.
At least three Nexus devices are reported to be launched later this year from LG, Samsung and Sony. The three devices include the Samsung Galaxy Nexus II, LG Optimus Nexus and Sony Xperia Nexus.
Tuesday, 21 Aug 2012
LG announced that its largest smartphone will be making its global debut in September. The international version of the device will be equipped with a different processor from that of its Korean counterpart.
The Lenovo K860 has an impressive specs sheet that can possibly rival that of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note II and LG Optimus Vu.
Friday, 17 Aug 2012
With Windows Phone 8 slated for a fall release this year, recent reports point at the possibility of Nokia introducing two Lumia Windows Phone 8 handsets on September 5th, coincidentally the first day of its Nokia World event, according to Chinese website WPDang.
After obtaining feedback from the developer community, Research in Motion decides to standardize the screen resolution for its upcoming BlackBerry 10 devices.
Two damage experts have testified on Samsung's behalf claiming that Apple may owe Samsung up to US$422 million for infringing on a number of Samsung patents. When Apple wanted to call more than 20 witnesses to the stand in defense, presiding judge Lucy Koh asked Apple's lawyers if they were smoking crack?
Thursday, 16 Aug 2012
Popular photo-sharing social network site, Pinterest, introduces apps for the iOS and Android mobile platforms after opening its doors to the general public as opposed to its former invitation-only policy.