News: Mobile Phones

Monday, 13 Sep 2010

Almost 30% of Android Phones Now Running Froyo

Almost 30% of Android Phones Now Running Froyo

Some four months after Android's 2.2. "Froyo" update was released into the wild, new figures from Google show that the latest iteration of its mobile operating system is starting to take a sizable hold throughout the existing Android market.

Tuesday, 7 Sep 2010

First Windows Phone 7 Teaser Airs

First Windows Phone 7 Teaser Airs

First official Windows Phone 7 teaser shown, not much revealed.

Hands-On with HDR on iPhone 4

Hands-On with HDR on iPhone 4

Wired.com tries out the new HDR feature with the iPhone 4's iOS 4.1 upgrade.

Nokia E7 Rumoured to be Launched at Nokia World

Nokia E7 Rumoured to be Launched at Nokia World

After the Nokia N8, another Symbian^3 device is reported on the horizon. Built with a slider form factor, the Nokia E7 is said to be making an appearance at Nokia World 2010.

Friday, 3 Sep 2010

Sony Ericsson Spiro Marries Walkman with Social Networks

Sony Ericsson Spiro Marries Walkman with Social Networks

Sony Ericsson Spiro with Walkman, part of Sony Ericsson's next generation of Walkman phones, offers an affordable entry point into Sony Ericsson's Communication Entertainment portfolio.

Wednesday, 1 Sep 2010

Apple May Introduce iPhone 4 With Redesigned Antenna

Apple May Introduce iPhone 4 With Redesigned Antenna

If words from Telcel are to be believed, Apple will be releasing an updated model of the iPhone 4 on September 30 which will have a redesigned antenna.

Tuesday, 31 Aug 2010

Intel to Buy Infineon Wireless Unit for US$1.4 Billion

Intel to Buy Infineon Wireless Unit for US$1.4 Billion

After nearly a month of rumors foreshadowing the deal, it's now official: Intel is buying Infineon's wireless unit for $1.4 billion in an all-cash transaction that will close in the first quarter of next year.

Tuesday, 24 Aug 2010

What to Do if Your iPhone Gets Soaked

What to Do if Your iPhone Gets Soaked

What do you do if your iPhone gets soaked? Maybe it got caught in the heavy rain we've been getting lately, or dropped into a flood somewhere, or simply tumbled in the washing machine.

Apple Attempts to Patent Remote Kill Switch that Detects Jailbroken iPhones

Apple Attempts to Patent Remote Kill Switch that Detects Jailbroken iPhones

Apple is attempting to patent a remote kill switch that can cripple your device if it detect unauthorized activities on your phone.

Friday, 20 Aug 2010

BlackBerry App World 2.0 Launched, Paid Apps Available in Singapore

BlackBerry App World 2.0 Launched, Paid Apps Available in Singapore

BlackBerry's very own app store, named BlackBerry App World, has been officially launched as BlackBerry App World 2.0, moving out of its beta stages and offering paid applications to BlackBerry users.

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