News: Mobile Phones
Thursday, 30 Dec 2010
Sony's much talked about PlayStation phone is rumored to arrive in Spring 2011, based on reports from Asahi Shimbun, a Japanese newspaper. According to the article, the upcoming mobile device will be based on the PSPgo and it will feature the PSP's familiar gaming controls.
Monday, 27 Dec 2010
Google's Android isn't a stranger to the Nokia N900, and just like before, we now have Gingerbread loaded onto the Maemo-based device.
Wednesday, 22 Dec 2010
More news about Sony Ericsson's rumored PlayStation phone has surfaced, and we are now looking at the company trademarking the Xperia Play name in the European market just a few days ago.
Tuesday, 21 Dec 2010
With the latest version of the TomTom App for iPhone, users can utilize the new TomTom Map Share technology, allowing for map changes directly to their own maps as well as receive TomTom-verified updates free of charge.
DigitalAria Launches FXUI Stereoscopic 3D Embedded GUI Engine for Mobile Devices and Home Appliances
DigitalAria's FXUI S3D plug-in offers the world's first commercialized vector graphics based engine supporting Flash content as a standalone player.
Thursday, 16 Dec 2010
In 2011, LG will be introducing their very first Google Android device that'll be powered by NVIDIA's Tegra 2 processor. Loaded with Android 2.2, the LG Optimus 2X will also be upgradeable to Android 2.3 at a later date.
Besides the earlier confirmed cut-and-paste update to Windows Phone 7 in early 2011, there's also news of a bigger update coming up in August 2011, which could include Silverlight and HTML5 features in the Microsoft mobile OS.
Wednesday, 15 Dec 2010
Another blow has struck Nokia when it announces the delay of its Nokia E7 towards an early 2011 launch, from its supposed Q4 2010 availability.
Monday, 13 Dec 2010
It seems a bookmarklet is all you need to watch Flash videos on your iOS device. Magic? We wonder.
Ever wondered why the glass in your smartphone manages to survive all the wear and tear you put it through (or not)? It's all thanks to Gorilla glass - and guess what, it's old tech invented back in the 1960s.