News: Mobile Phones
Tuesday, 1 Mar 2011
HTC introduces the new Incredible S smartphone which combines cutting-edge design with a premium mobile experience and comes with a 4-inch WVGA Super LCD screen and an eight megapixel dual flash camera.
Monday, 28 Feb 2011
The Blackberry Torch 9800 is now available in red and white affording users more choice and personalization.
HTC will be updating the HTC Desire, Desire Z and Desire HD that were launched in 2010 with Google Android 2.3 by Q2 2011.
Friday, 25 Feb 2011
Dubbed as TwinView, Samsung will continue to push their streaming technology onto their upcoming D8000 and D7000 LED TVs. This feature enables the TV to stream video content onto a compatible tablet or smartphone device.
And it's finally official. Angry Birds will be coming to Windows Phone 7, and with it, a whole slew of new games for the mobile platform, including Plants vs Zombies and Doodle Jump.
Thursday, 24 Feb 2011
The Nokia Eseries was designed to be powerful mobile offices, providing industry leading productivity solutions for professionals. With Mail for Exchange, Microsoft Communicator Mobile and support for intranet and extranet portals built on Microsoft Share Point Server, these solutions offer professionals direct, secure and real-time access to corporate systems.
Tuesday, 22 Feb 2011
In less than six months after its release, Microsoft readies its first update for the Windows Phone 7 platform, though it is actually a preparation work for the copy-and-paste update that'll be coming right up.
Thursday, 17 Feb 2011
The power-efficient and highly-integrated Thor M5720 modem enables the new smartphone, which recently was launched by T-Mobile USA on America`s largest 4G network, to enjoy an unprecedented combination of fast connectivity and strong battery life.
Wednesday, 16 Feb 2011
ASUS is showcasing products and technologies that form part of its 'seamless mobility' concept at this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Apple today announced a new subscription service available to all publishers of content-based apps on the App Store, including magazines, newspapers, video, and music.