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Paving the way for their appearance at CommunicAsia2006, Nokia stirred their fans and media with a showcase at Suntec City Convention Hall a day prior. Nokia unveiled a renewed category approach towards its customers themed "It's your world. Express It!".
Sony Ericsson just announced the W850, the first slider phone in Sony EricssonÃ¯Â¿Â½s history, which will be released in third quarter of 2006. In our exclusive first look, we let you in about the new and cool features of the W850 and you don't have to wait a few months later to find out.
Absolutely able to make you melt is LG's KG800 Chocolate mobile phone. Delicious and alluring are some words to describe it. Unfortunately to some of us...it just wasn't digestible...
Through the N80, Nokia has once again demonstrated style, functionality, and good features can all be rolled into a handset for both communication and entertainment purposes.
What do the mega-blockbuster "Da Vinci Code" and Sony Ericsson have in common? We headed down to the new Cathay Theater to find out and not only did we see familiar phones on the movie set, but we were also fortunate to preview four of their coolest new phones and accessories!
Though not quite as stylish as its slimmer and sexier predecessors, the new RAZR V3x has been given a set of much needed upgrades to keep its bloodline flowing healthily.
If you have been planning to get K750i/W800i, Sony Ericsson has just released another new handset that looks identical to K750i and bears similar functions to the W800i and more.
Need more ways to communicate and keep in touch with your loved ones than just voice and SMS? The Dopod 577W has taken a leap towards WiFi and may well be THE one Smartphone you're searching for.
ASUS is expanding its global presence and has decided to make Singapore its first overseas international headquarters. Today, www.hardwarezone.com takes a trip down to witness the official opening along with the arrival of a few luxury-class hardware.
Intel Developer Forum Spring 2006 is just around the corner, but what's this? Intel has already started the ball rolling with insights into R&D efforts to bring about more efficient systems, power optimizations and even some crazy talk of 100's of cores. Check out what went down on Day 0.