News: Mobile Phones
Wednesday, 16 Jun 2010
Users of the Symbian-based Sony Ericsson Satio, Vivaz and Vivaz pro can get Skype on their phones now.
Symantec unveils "Norton Everywhere" Ã¢â‚¬â€œ a three-part initiative which extends Symantec's security applications beyond the PC genre and into the mobile space such, as smartphones and hand-held devices. The new initiative includes products such as Norton Smartphone Security for Android Beta, Norton Connect Beta and Norton DNS Beta.
Motorola ups the ante for smartphone display sizes with an Android phone packing a 4.4-inch one. How much larger can we go?
Friday, 11 Jun 2010
Devices powered by a 1GHz processor have become a common sight, and with that, Motorola is planning to up the ante by releasing a phone that'll be running on a 2GHz processor.
Wednesday, 9 Jun 2010
One of the new iPhone 4's biggest features is its Retina display, which promises a sharper, clearer display due to a much higher pixel-count. But a screen is only as good as the content you put on it, and Khoi Vinh, Design Director for NYTimes.com calls Apple out for having bad typography on the iPhone OS.
Monday, 7 Jun 2010
Sony Ericsson is announcing Extras as the new name for its accessories portfolio, introducing two new Bluetooth Headsets - the VH110 and the VH410.
How fast exactly is a 4G network in reality? With HTC's EVO 4G out in the U.S, it was an opportunity to find out.
There seems to be no stopping the Android machine, as the latest 2.2 version now makes its way over to the iPhone 3G.
In no relation to the singer, Sony Ericsson might be launching another Android device sized between its Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 and X10 mini, currently codenamed Shakira.
Thursday, 3 Jun 2010
During the Bank of America Merrill Lynch technology summit on Wednesday, HP CEO Mark Hurd said "we didn't buy Palm to be in the smartphone business." So what did HP pay US$1.2 billion to acquire Palm for?