- Mobile Phones
Monday, 30 Jan 2012
A new model, GT-I9300 appeared on Samsung Global Download Center support website. Could this be the mighty Samsung Galaxy S III?
It has been a long wait, but for those of you who lament the lack of support for multiple Google Calendar on Windows Phone, here's a piece of good news: the company's Sync team has made it possible, though it takes quite a few steps to get it up and running.
Friday, 27 Jan 2012
Missed out on a Steam sale because you were nowhere near a PC or Mac to purchase the games? Valve's game distribution channel has extended to Apple iOS and Google Android, though the app is currently in closed beta.
Pocketnow had an early hands-on with a non-final build of HTC Sense 4.0, which may be announced at the upcoming Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2012.
Thursday, 26 Jan 2012
Thanks to PocketDroid and it168.com, more details on upcoming Sony Tapioca and Nypon have been leaked.
Information obtained by 9to5Mac from a source at Foxconn in China indicated that the next iPhone is ready for production and may be slated for a summer launch.
Wednesday, 25 Jan 2012
You know Mobile World Congress is coming right up when rumors are making its round on the internet. The Samsung Galaxy S III is now the intended target for these rumors, with its source coming straight from Eldar Murtazin, known for various accurate leaks.
Monday, 23 Jan 2012
Acting on the recommendation of its Co-Chief Executive Officers, the Board of Directors of BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (RIM) has unanimously named Thorsten Heins as President and Chief Executive Officer. Mike Lazaridis is now Vice Chair of RIM's Board and Chair of the Board's new Innovation Committee, while Jim Balsillie remains a member of the Board.
Friday, 20 Jan 2012
In celebration of the Lunar New Year, SingTel will offer 48 hours of free local mobile calls, SMS and MMS, as well as $1 mio TV blockbuster movies from 12.00am on 23 January to 11.59pm on 24 January.
It's official. M1 will be offering a non-camera version of Apple's iPhone 4S and iPhone 4. Prices for the modified iPhones will be slightly higher, and its warranty will be covered by a third party vendor instead of Apple.