News tagged ‘mobile phones’
Monday, 20 Sep 2010
If rumors are to be believed, Facebook is working on their own mobile phone to let users quickly access and tap into their Facebook accounts.
Tuesday, 7 Sep 2010
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 with Walkman, part of Sony Ericsson's next generation of Walkman phones, offers an affordable entry point into Sony Ericsson's Communication Entertainment portfolio.
Thursday, 19 Aug 2010
Leaked images of the Nokia C7 has started floating around the web, which will most likely make an appearance in the following weeks.
Tuesday, 17 Aug 2010
Nokia unveils the slim Nokia X3 Touch and Type, with a unique combination of a touch screen and traditional 12-button keypad. The Nokia X3 sports a sleek 9.6mm thickness and slips easily into the purse or pocket. The phone also boasts of a brushed aluminum back cover and is available in five vibrant colors.
Monday, 16 Aug 2010
Google has responded to Oracle's Java lawsuit against its Android operating system, calling it 'baseless' and vowing to contest it in courts.
Friday, 13 Aug 2010
Google recently perked up their Voice Search feature on Android 2.2, now with a grand total of 12 voice commands in all. Another newly introduced application is the Chrome-to-Phone app, where users on the Chrome browser can send web pages or maps to their Android 2.2 phones.
Thursday, 5 Aug 2010
Motorola unveils the QUENCH XT3 smartphone to be retailed exclusively at M1. Powered by Android, the entry-level handset is merely 12.6mm thin and comes with connectivity features such as 3.5G, Wi-F, aGPS and stereo Bluetooth.
Tuesday, 27 Jul 2010
The Library of Congress added five new exemptions to its Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), a copyright law that criminalizes attempts to bypass digital copyrights, one of which basically legalizes jailbreaking.
Tuesday, 20 Jul 2010
SingTel announces "0.facebook.com" site which allows customers to browse the popular social networking portal without incurring any data charges. The text-only site is designed for high-speed performance on SingTel's network.