News: Mobile Phones
Friday, 26 Nov 2010
Samsung Apps today unveiled a new "Brand" category in its application services in which users can download their favorite premium-brand apps. The first apps on tap include Bobbi Brown, FENDI and Lancome.
It was bound to happen sooner or later. In less than a month, a jailbreaking tool for Windows Phone 7 has been released, allowing you to sideload apps and giving you access to low level functionality.
Wednesday, 24 Nov 2010
The addictive Angry Bird game that has made its way onto the Apple iOS and Google Android platform, seems to be getting an imminent announcement for Microsoft Windows Phone 7 on 11th Dec.
Tuesday, 23 Nov 2010
The Speak Good English Movement launches its first iPhone "Say It Right" app. The app was designed for Singaporeans hoping to pronounce English words correctly and accurately. The free app's release is part of the Movement's bid to engage tech-savvy Singaporeans where a sizable percentage is wielding the iPhone.
Monday, 22 Nov 2010
A recent report has shown that Android devices are now neck to neck with Apple's iOS devices when it came to serving mobile ads.
Thursday, 18 Nov 2010
Google Voice is finally available on Apple's iTunes app store after facing some hiccups from Apple since its initial submission last September. Google Voice enables users to link multiple phone numbers to one Google Voice number, and also make affordable international calls as well as send free text messages.
It has taken longer than we would have liked, but finally, Google has released a mobile version of Google Docs that actually allows users to make changes.
Tuesday, 16 Nov 2010
Can't keep your hands off your iPhone or iPod with their spread of exciting applications, only to find that your device is out of power a short while later? Meet the Philips Attachable Battery Pack DLM2260 that is sure to please all iPhone and iPod users
With the Windows Phone Marketplace hitting close to the 2,000 application mark, Microsoft today announced the availability of 35 made-in-Singapore applications.
Tuesday, 9 Nov 2010
Nokia has moved to take back control of the Symbian operating system, a dramatic reversal from its earlier efforts to open source it.