03/09/2010, Folks living on the continent of North America will be able to get hold of the Motorola QUENCH – particularly folks living in Canada as long as they’re happy with Rogers’ terms and conditions. First announced at the Mobile World Congress last month, the Motorola QUENCH will be released in the US as the Motorola CLIQ XT. Released Stateside this month on T-Mobile, it will also arrive in Europe later […]
03/09/2010, Have some time to kill on your hands and want to take the best possible images using your iPhone’s camera? Might we suggest this DIY iPhone Stabilizer – while the instructions themselves are in Japanese, there is always a handy online translating machine to do the dirty work for you, and you won’t need too detailed instructions to get this done since a picture speaks a thousand words.
03/09/2010, Unless you’re your own boss, you ought to be wary of any new cellphone which the company awards you simply because of “exceptional performance” at the workplace. Why do we say so? KDDi Japan has come up with a new method of monitoring employee activity – they use data from the acceleration sensor which is already found within selected cellphones. This acceleration sensor is able to detect simple moments such […]
03/09/2010, The iPhone is a wonderful handset, where yet another application for it would be to control a Hexapod robot via user inputs. This is made possible thanks to robotics student Robert Stephenson who came up with the idea and subsequently, program. The control method utilized include the touchscreen and accelerometer which will manipulate both forward and reverse controls.
03/09/2010, Samsung aims to get another feather in their illustrious cap with the Android-powered SHW-M120S being one of the first of such phones to sport Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity. While the display has dropped to 3.3″, it ought to work just great thanks to a Super AMOLED display. Apart from the highlight that is Bluetooth 3.0, other specifications include 3G connectivity, a 5-megapixel camera, a front facing VGA camera, Wi-Fi support, GPS […]
03/09/2010, The latest release of the native development kit (NDK) of Android, now in Revision 3 (r3), will enable developers to churn out games that look as good as those available on the iPhone. This is due to the fact that developers can now access OpenGL ES 2.0 that translates to 3D graphics which are pleasing to the eye. The Android NDK r3 will be available only for Android 2.0 or […]
03/08/2010, There isn’t a lot of information on the HTC Supersonic, but word on the street is that it will be the first Android-powered phone to support Sprint’s 4G WiMAX network. A video of what should be the HTC Supersonic (since it’s written so on the back of the phone) has surfaced, and despite it being blurry, should be rather interesting to check out. Video is available after the jump. Specifications […]
03/08/2010, If you bought a China Unicom iPhone in China, you’ll most likely have noticed that it doesn’t offer Wi-Fi, as it was initially disabled for the Chinese market, thanks to government regulations that favored the home-developed WAPI security standard. The rules have been relaxed since then, so Wi-Fi iPhones are now allowed, as long as they continue to include support for the WAPI standard as an added function. China Unicom’s […]
03/08/2010, Nokia’s Stealth and Dragonfly concept phones do look rather interesting, with the former being a mid-range handset, obviously inspired by stealth aircraft in its design that boasts an “ergonomically sculpted keypad, easy to navigate by touch sensations.” As for the Nokia Dragonfly, this more or less resembles an entry-level handset, although certain quarters might deem it to be a whole lot better looking compared to the Stealth. We do wonder […]
03/08/2010, LG’s latest touchscreen handset, the Cookie Fresh GS290 has just been announced officially, where it will continue from where the highly successful Cookie left off with more than 12 million units sold. The Cookie Fresh is somewhat similar to the Cookie Plus, coming with a 3″ WQVGA touchscreen display, a cartoonish user interface, social networking integration to keep up with the times, an integrated FM radio, a 2-megapixel camera and […]
03/08/2010, Were you excited at the news that the Nokia Nuron would be available next month? Well, if you’re having trouble waiting till then, you might be able to sate (or whet, most likely) your appetite with these live pictures of the Nokia Nuron. Do you think that the Nokia Nuron is a phone that is good enough to replace whatever you’re currently using, or do you just sniff disdainfully and […]
03/08/2010, HTC’s highly rated HD2 should be hitting T-Mobile in about two week’s time, and before that, live pictures of the actual device have started making rounds on the Internet. We could probably go on and on about the device’s specifications, but the picture above is probably good enough to help you decide whether to buy it or not. Do bear in mind that the T-Mobile version will probably sport some […]
03/07/2010, Is the “Elan” an upcoming device from Palm, or is it just another (code) name for the Palm Pixi? Screenshots of a site listing the Palm Elan have surfaced, and according to a user who claims to work for AT&T, the testing for the Elan should begin in about two weeks and will have a ‘soft keyboard’. That being said, some folks have dug up certain sites listing accessories for the […]
03/07/2010, ZTE looks like it’s going to place quite a bit of emphasis on Google’s Android platform, as the company is planning to release four phones that will be powered by Google’s mobile operating system. Hopefully these phones will be available outside of China, and we’re talking about the: ZTE Smooth (pictured above): Android 1.6 device that looks like a Palm Pre. Sports a 2.8-inch QVGA display, QWERTY keyboard, Wi-Fi, GPS, […]