Archive for April, 2011

30
Apr

Orange UK is ready to release the LG Optimus Black. The handset is powered by the Google Android 2.2 OS, which is upgradeable to the 2.3 Gingerbread. The Optimus Black plus features a 4-inch WVGA Nova display, Wi-Fi, HSPA, GPS, a 5MP digital camera with 720p video recording, a 2MP front-facing camera and a 1GHz TI OMAP processor. [Orange UK]

Orginal post by Johan

Category : Cellphone Reviews | Blog
30
Apr

HTC Wildfire S Will Be Launched By Bell Canada

The HTC Wildfire S will be available in Canada via Bell. In case you didn’t know, the phone features a 3.2-inch HVGA touchscreen display with Sense UI, the Google Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS, HSDPA, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, GPS, Bluetooth 3.0, a 3.5mm headset jack, a 5MP AutoFocus camera and a 600MHz processor. Bell will launch the Wildfire S on June 17, 2011. [Unwiredview]

Orginal post by Johan

Category : Cellphone Reviews | Blog
30
Apr

Sprint HTC EVO 4G White

Amazon Wireless is currently offering you the Sprint HTC EVO 4G White for only $89.99 ($30 cheaper than the black version). As a reminder, the HTC EVO 4G packs a 4.3-inch capacitive touchscreen display, a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, a 512MB RAM, dual cameras (1.3MP & 8MP), WiFi, Bluetooth, 3G, 4G, an HDMI port and runs on Android 2.1 OS. Interested? [Product Page]

Orginal post by Isaiah

Category : Cellphone Reviews | Blog
30
Apr

Motorola i420 For Boost Mobile Unveiled

FCC has recently approved the availability of Motorola i420 for Boost Mobile. For your info, the Motorola i420 is a basic clamshell phone that features a couple of displays, a camera, Bluetooth, push-to-talk, group calling, a 2.5mm headset jack and an FM radio. Too poor, there is no info on pricing or availability at that moment. [Phonescoop]

Orginal post by Johan

Category : Cellphone Reviews | Blog
30
Apr

iPhone-tips-tricks.com – Q: What is it? A: Onavo [link Onavo - Onavo Mobile Ltd. FREE] is an iPhone app that saves money by compressing the iPhone’s documents usage. Q: How does it work?

A: Once installed, users can go back to using the iPhone / iPad as normal. In the background, notes usage from all apps is compressed, allowing users to double or even triple their existing input plan. The cool thing is that the app allows users to see which apps are costing them money, by showing a breakdown of each app and its goods usage. that will prepare your very aware which app is toptalkers on your device. Whether at home with a capped plan or abroad paying input roaming charges, Onavo’s app lets users get more out of their notes plans. Q: Is it safe to use it? A: Well what I have understood is that the mobile details will be compressed before sent through a intermediate server of the Tel Aviv, Israel based company. From there, the info will be decompressed and forwarded to the destination. The return goods is the same thing. It insures that the mobile notes is as small as possible, so you can save heavily on your expensive notes usage. Most mobile providers are charging huge amount of money per megabyte, particularly whether you are abroad. Roaming costs per megabyte is known to be horrifying high, so there is a lot of money to save. So it is up to you whether you trust that company to process your details. The video below illustrates the concept as simple as possible. more info at onavo.com

 iPhone-tips-tricks.com


Orginal post by noreply@blogger.com (Waku_Waku)

Category : iPhone Tips | Blog
29
Apr

If you like to take photos with your iPhone 4 and you want a case to protect your smartphone and build it look cool the HipstaCase may be perfect for you. that case makes your iPhone 4 look like an old camera and it has a universal tripod attachment too.

Square has announced that at some point that summer it will be releasing a new version of its card reader for the iPhone. The new reader will encrypt the credit card details at the point the card is scanned.

A couple geeks have hacked the Kinect controller to use an iPhone to. The combination of the iPhone control and the Kinect makes for an interesting mix.

Orginal post by Shane McGlaun

Category : iPhone News | Blog
29
Apr

iPhone-tips-tricks.com – Q: What is that? A: It is a iPhone case with an built-in Leica camera named Leica i9 Q: incredible, how does it work? A: The Leica i9 offers an independent professional camera system with an ultra-compact body that doubles as a rugged protective case for your iPhone4. The i9 is a true ready-to-shoot camera with Leica’s superior range finder and a 0.3 second start-up. Photos or videos are stored on the i9’s internal flash memory (expandable with SD) and next uploaded onto your iPhone4 once the Leica app has launched.

Q: What is the technique behind that? A: The i9 is the ultimate point-and-shoot camera combining the high performance of a Leica (CMOS image sensor with effective 12.1 MP, professional lens with 8x optical zoom and 35 equivalent focal lengths and ready-to-shoot operation) with iPhone4 (retina display, multi-touch interface, extended storage capacity and mobile/wireless connectivity). Beyond camera features, the i9 and iPhone4 can share their independent batteries for extended operation.

Read more on LeicaRumors.com


Orginal post by noreply@blogger.com (Waku_Waku)

Category : iPhone Tips | Blog