Archive for January, 2009

31
Jan

Few hours ago iPhone software update version 2.2.1 arrived in iTunes. When you start iTunes and hit the check updates button, the following window will pop up.

NOTE: whether you have a jailbroken and or unlocked iPhone, it is wise not to install it yet. The effects are currently unknown.
[UPDATE] plus keep monitoring “Hold Your Horses!” http://is.gd/hqIz [dev-team blog]
[UPDATE 30 Jan 2009]

Orginal post by Waku_Waku

Category : iPhone Tips | Blog
31
Jan

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Banned Peta Super Bowl Ad

Orginal post by admin

Category : Cellphone News | Blog
31
Jan

Samsung S3500

Samsung will soon release its new entry-level slider phone dubbed as the S3500. The phone was recently approved by the FCC, which means AT&T or T-Mobile might consider launching it in the US. The phone will feature a QVGA display with 262K colors, 2MP camera, 35MB of internal memory, MicroSD card support, FM radio, Music player, WAP browser, newsletter, Bluetooth and USB connection. Unfortunately, there’s still no word on pricing and availability yet. [Ubergizmo]

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Orginal post by Isaiah

Category : Cellphone Reviews | Blog
31
Jan

Joost announced that more than one million iPhone and iPod Touch users have downloaded the free Joost application from Apple’s App Store.

joost_iphoneOver their Wi-Fi connection, iPhone and iPod Touch users can use the global web video service’s app to enjoy thousands of hours of movies, comedy, drama,  music, documentaries, sci-fi and sports.

Ssince the Joost iPhone App is ad-supported, similar to the web-based version,  that service is free to all the Apple’s mobile device users.

[via MSNBC]

Orginal post by Budi Putra

Category : iPhone News | Blog
31
Jan

If you’re in the mobile games business, couple of good news stories out today from measurement firm comScore and mobile game developer Gameloft: comScore, Inc. ( NASDAQ: SCOR ), reports that the number of mobile game downloaders grew 17% from November 2007 to November 2008, when 8.5 million folks, or 3.8% of mobile subscribers, downloaded a game to their mobile device. “The rapid growth in smartphone adoption in the United States has provided a boost for mobile gaming, as 34% of those downloading a game in November did so using a smartphone,” said Mark Donovan, senior analyst, comScore.

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Good News for the Mobile Games Business

Orginal post by mori_gda

Category : Cellphone News | Blog
31
Jan

Apple’s iPhone, along with the BlackBerry Curve, have replaced the RAZR and low-end flip phones as the most popular gaming platforms, according to comScore.

iphonegamingThe report additionally said that iPhone owners accounted for 14 percent of mobile game downloaders in November, with 32.4 percent of all iPhone users downloaded a game in the month, compared with a market average of 3.8 percent.

[Cellular News via PhoneMag]

Orginal post by Budi Putra

Category : iPhone News | Blog
31
Jan

Samsung plans to release a new mid-range phone, codenamed Samsung S3500. that slim slider, is aimed at a broad audience.

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Samsung S3500 Anycall mid-ranged slider phone leaked

Orginal post by admin

Category : Cellphone News | Blog