12/22/2009, Looks like RIM’s backbone is creaking with another report on a partial outage that affects North American carriers, where BlackBerry Messenger and web browser alongside apps that rely on a data connection being unable to hook up, although the all important email seems to work fine. It is also pretty apparent now that not all carriers and subscribers are affected, but what’s going on on RIM’s side these days?
12/22/2009, The Motorola Opus One has been covered before, but never in such detail. Here are the specifications we managed to scoop concerning Motorola’s first iDEN Android handset, where it will run on Android 1.5 with iDEN service enhancements with a Zeus processor running proceedings from within. You will also get preloaded apps that include corporate email client with ActiveSync support, MOTONAV navigation app, barcode scanner and document viewer with each […]
12/22/2009, The French have it good as they are going to get cheaper iPhones due to Orange’s iPhone exclusivity being brought to an end ealier this year. Word has it that Orange will reduce the price of its 16GB iPhone 3GS to a mere €59 from €149, while the iPhone 3G 8GB is going at a basement price of €19. Folks who want to pick up the iPhone 3GS 32GB will […]
12/22/2009, Nokia’s Beta Labs has come up with yet another mobile app known as Nokia Image Space. This application enables one to shoot photos while uploading them instantly on Flickr, alongside the ability to enable spatial browsing of photos. Uploaded photos are geotagged, carrying orientation information in the metadata so that photos from different users can be contextually linked. Should there be enough images of a particular place, Nokia Image Space […]
12/22/2009, Not actual Eee Pad Here’s the latest pre-CES rumor: Asus is coming up with an Eee Pad (see previous Asus Tablet rumor) that uses NVIDIA’s Tegra system on a chip (SoC). If that’s true, we wonder if it would use Tegra or Tegra 2. According to the rumor, Asus would launch the tablet in March, which suggests that it would use the next-generation Tegra, rather than the current one, which […]
12/22/2009, Many wives will tell you that their husband’s snoring annoys the heck out of them, but they do bear with it as that falls under the category of “for better or for worse” in their wedding vows. Well, if hubby happens to own an iPhone, why not fork out $2.99 to purchase an iPhone app from Remote Analysis which is capable of analyzing snoring, offering advice to the patient as […]
12/22/2009, Folks who are on O2’s network, have you been experiencing problems with your data network? Reports are going around that O2 has been suffering from issues with its data network, and a day or so ago, subscribers were unable to use data on the network, which O2 claimed was related to the issue of IP addresses. Later in the day, internet connections were resumed, but MMS and Visual Voicemail were […]
12/22/2009, Trying to figure out a way to get transcribed, web-stored voicemail on your iPhone, but can’t install Google Voice on your iPhone? Well, you could always check out Ribbit, which is a competitor to Google Voice. The Ribbit for iPhone is rather bare, probably as it doesn’t want to run afoul of Apple’s AppStore policies. It’s currently going for free, and it’s certainly worth taking the time to check out.
12/22/2009, Folks who are looking for a simple and affordable phone will want to check out the LG GS200. While it’s currently only available in Russia for 3900 rubles ($130), it’s probably going to be released in other countries sometime soon. This simple candy sports features such as FM radio, music player, Bluetooth, 2-inch 176 x 220 pixel display, 1.3-megapixel camera and microSD card support. Certainly not top of the line, […]
12/22/2009, We do wonder from time to time as to why terrible designs plague cheap handsets, and have yet to find a satisfactory answer. The Ladybug phone you see here is another prime example – it looks more like a toy compared to a communications device. As with many other China-made phones, this model will come with a dual SIM carriage, featuring Bluetooth connectivity, and an integrated FM radio. Gardeners who […]
12/22/2009, It seems that Fennec, Mozilla’s mobile version of its very popular Firefox browser, is just a few days away from release. The browser will initially be enabled for the Nokia N900, and since it kind of functions and looks similar to Safari Mobile, you can be pretty sure that it won’t be appearing on the Apple’s AppStore anytime soon. Some of the more interesting features include the fact that it […]
12/22/2009, Speculation has been rife that the popular HTC HD2 phone would be available on T-Mobile’s network sometime, and now more evidence supporting that theory has surfaced. A video has appeared in YouTube showing the new 2.01 ROM version, Sense UI and the document tabs. Most importantly, you can see the “stick together” image at the beginning, which is a telltale sign that this phone will be available on T-Mobile USA. […]
12/22/2009, The Yuna Haptic phone from Samsung is a rather interesting phone. It sports features like a 3-megapixel camera, T-DMB for watching live TV, SOS functionality, a Diary for you to blog. It also has a proximity sensor that disables the touchscreen when your face is close to the screen, preventing any accidental key-presses. One of the selling points of the phone (apparently) is that it’s endorsed by Yuna Kim, a […]
12/21/2009, The Google Nexus One is pretty much hyped up by everybody and their dog, as there is that bit of glimmer of hope to turn it into a iPhone killer very cool phone, although such a situation remains to be seen. While the rest of us wait for an official release, someone has already uploaded a number of images showing off the Nexus One’s unboxing. Are you excited already, and […]