News: Mobile Phones
Monday, 2 Aug 2010
The United Arabs Emirates' telcos have announced that it will be blocking all BlackBerry services, citing security reasons and the non-compliance of UAE telecommunications regulations.
HTC's current lineup of smartphones have been revised with new suggested retail prices.
Wrapsol has launched Ultra, the latest addition to its worldwide sensational adhesive protectors which promise to keep digital devices safe from scratches, as well as a unique drop protection of up to 1.8 meters.
Tuesday, 27 Jul 2010
And finally, we have SingTel's iPhone 4 price plans available, with its lowest price plan of $39 per month offering the iPhone 4 16GB and 32GB at $480 and $620 respectively.
M1 has also just released its iPhone4 price plans, with its lowest price plan at $36 per month and the iPhone 4 16GB and 32GB at $480 and $630 respectively.
StarHub announces its price plans for the upcoming iPhone 4 16GB, 32GBand iPhone 3GS 8GB, with price plans starting from as low as $38 per month.
The Library of Congress added five new exemptions to its Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), a copyright law that criminalizes attempts to bypass digital copyrights, one of which basically legalizes jailbreaking.
Even with Microsoft's strict ruling on a uniform user interface for its Windows Phone 7 platform, HTC has announced that it will still be bringing its HTC Sense UI onto the new mobile platform.
Apple's iPhone 4 will be available in 17 more countries this Friday, July 30. They have also released local pricing information.
Monday, 26 Jul 2010
As we countdown to the coming of Microsoft's revamped Windows Phone 7, a few leaked images of possibly HTC's first Windows Phone 7 is leaked on the web.