Archive for March, 2010

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Mar

AdMob has published its latest set of mobile advertising metrics, which show strong growth in smartphone ad requests on its network from iPhone and Android handsets.

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AdMob : iPhone and Android up but Symbian big duration loser

Orginal post by mori_gda

Category : Cellphone News | Blog
31
Mar

Bharti Airtel has announced the upcoming release of HTC Smart in India via its network. The handset will become available in 30 major cities across India for a suggested retail price of Rs. 9,990 (about $222). To remind you, the HTC Smart offers a 2.8-inch QVGA display, a 3.2-megapixel camera, Sense UI, a microSD card slot, HTC Friendstream (integrating Facebook, Twitter and Flickr), an HTML browser, push mail, an FM radio, a 3.5mm headset jack, 3G and runs on Qualcomm’s Brew Mobile platform. [Press Release]

Orginal post by Isaiah

Category : Cellphone Reviews | Blog
31
Mar

The Toshiba IS02 is now available in Japan via au KDDI. The handset is plus known as the Toshiba K01. The phone is powered by Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.5.3 OS, a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, a sliding QWERTY keyboard, 3G, a 4.1-inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen with customized NX! UI, a 384MB/512MB RAM/ROM, a 3.2MP camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and a business card reader. Too poor, there is no info on pricing. [TechTicker]

Orginal post by Johan

Category : Cellphone Reviews | Blog
31
Mar

Free Sony Ericsson Elm mobile phone with £100 self-moving cash back.GreenHeart credentials expanded with the Sony Ericsson Elm and the Sony Ericsson Hazel mobile phones. Sony Ericsson builds on its environmental heritage with new commitment to the GreenHeart strategy through its accessories portfolio. The two mobile phones supply consumers with an expanded range of products to invent an educated

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Sony Ericsson Elm with £100 self-moving cashback

Orginal post by MikeWink

Category : Cellphone News | Blog
31
Mar

Syracuse University Industrial Design students came up with the concept of envelopes made from printed Google Maps. The concept isn't a real product, and Google isn't involved. But the notion is interesting. The mailing address on the mailing address points to its location on the map. Although Google isn't likely to do that, you could. Simply print out the maps and address, and glue the envelope together old school. 

Orginal post by Mike

Category : Gadget News | Blog
31
Mar

The first fake iPad was a Windows 7 touch tablet with a custom-made copy-cat iPad OS. that new one, spotted on a Chinese web site, runs Android. It should cost $147.

Orginal post by Mike

Category : Gadget News | Blog
31
Mar

Designer Yang Yongchang came up with that design, which is the best concept I've seen in a while to solve the netbook cramped-keyboard problem. that is just a concept, but Lenovo should get right on it. 

Orginal post by Mike

Category : Gadget News | Blog