Archive for August, 2009

31
Aug

When, in July of that year arised the first photos of Motorola A45 Murano, no info was available about its details. But just yesterday Motorola announced that phone in Brazil officially under the name MOTOCUBO A45. A45, as well as the W233, is eco-green phone

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Motorola A45 Murano gets official in Brazil as MotoCubo A45

Orginal post by mori_gda

Category : Cellphone News | Blog
31
Aug

Last week, we talked about the Nokia N900 several times. N900 is the first phone released by the Finnish mobile phone manufacturer based on the software platform Maemo. We should recall that that device is equipped with 32 GB of internal memory, a microSD slot, 5 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, ARM Cortex-A8 processor and a QWERTY-keyboard.

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Nokia N900 priced EUR599 available for preoder in Europe

Orginal post by alina77vere9uk

Category : Cellphone News | Blog
31
Aug

Desktop Virtualisation For iPhone With PocketCloud

Wyse has launched the PocketCloud that enables the iPhone and iPod Touch user to access their virtual desktops to PCs remotely. The PocketCloud is compatible with both a virtualized or physical machine which supports the Microsoft RDP protocol. that application additionally supports VMware View 3.1 connection broker in direct and tunneling modes. The PocketCloud for iPhone can be downloaded from the iTunes App Store and costs $29.99. [Wyse]

Orginal post by Johan

Category : Cellphone Reviews | Blog
31
Aug

Nokia 3208c Touchscreen Phone For China

Nokia has released a new touchscreen phone for the Chinese market namely the Nokia 3208c. Available in graphite black and white pearl, the entry-level candybar phone adopts a handwriting recognition with a 2.4-inch TFT QVGA touchscreen display with 260k colors, Bluetooth, a 3.5mm headset jack, an MP3 player, a 2MP shooter, and a 1,020 mAh battery. Each purchase additionally comes with a 1GB memory card in the box. No word on pricing yet. [Nokia]

Orginal post by Johan

Category : Cellphone Reviews | Blog
31
Aug

If you are one of the many who wants an iPhone but doesn’t want to be on AT&T, at least one analyst thinks that you may get your wish soon. According to an analyst from, Piper Jaffray the iPhone may be on other networks soon.

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Gene Munster expects the iPhone to hit other carriers in the U.S. within the next year. We may well produce out more about the future of the iPhone in September at the Apple event.

Munster wrote, “For various reasons the company moved from an exclusive relationship with French wireless carrier Orange to a multi-carrier model. In France, the company now enjoys dramatically higher market share (in the 40 percent range vs. about 15 percent in ROW) than in countries with exclusive carrier agreements (such as AT&T in the U.S. where the iPhone has market share in the mid-teens). We believe Apple is seeing the increased unit sell-through more than offset the slightly (~10 percent) deteriorated economics per unit involved in non-exclusive agreements.” I have always said Apple needs more than one carrier in each country whether it wants to grab lots of market.

[via ZDNet]

Orginal post by Shane McGlaun

Category : iPhone News | Blog
31
Aug

The deal amidst Apple and China Unicom for the iPhone made headlines around the technology world last week. The deal gets the iPhone into the world’s most lucrative mobile phone market.

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CNN Money reports that the deal with China Unicom for the iPhone is not exclusive. Apple’s Natalie Harrison wrote, “I can confirm it is not an exclusive deal.” She did not say though which other company Apple was in talks with.

China Unicom’s Chang Xiaobing said that China Unicom is likely to be the only carrier in China to offer the iPhone considering it has the essential technology. You can be Apple is looking at other large carriers for the device.

[via CNN]

Orginal post by Shane McGlaun

Category : iPhone News | Blog
31
Aug

Sony Ericsson Launches W395 Hello Kitty In Hong Kong

Sony Ericsson has launched another limited edition handset in Hong Kong targeted towards young girls. Dubbed as the Sony Ericsson W395 Hello Kitty, the phone has a pink Hello Kitty theme, a pink body and a set of relevant multimedia contents. Other than that, the specs are precisely the same to the original version, it features a 2-inch TFT display with 176 x 220 resolution, a 2-megapixel camera, a 10MB of internal memory, a memory card slot, an FM tuner and Bluetooth connectivity. The Sony Ericsson W395 Hello Kitty is now available in Hong kong for HK$1380 (about $178).

Sony Ericsson Launches W395 Hello Kitty In Hong Kong

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Orginal post by Isaiah

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