12/08/2009, It seems like folks who own the LG Cookie might want to know that they’ve played their part in helping the KP500 reach a cool 10 million milestone. The Cookie will be the 5th phone from LG to achieve the 10 million milestone, as the LG Chocolate, LG Shine, LGK100 and LG Kg280 have already hit that level before.
12/08/2009, If you’ve been experiencing problems with your Sony Ericsson Satio and Aino smartphones, there’s a possibility is that it might be suffering from firmware issues. Fortunately Sony Ericsson UK and Ireland have confirmed that a new software update for the Satio and Aino have been released. Folks who already have the device should be able to easily update their cell phone to reap the benefits which include improved device speeds […]
12/08/2009, While there aren’t any bada-powered mobile phones in the market yet, Samsung has revealed some information on the platform ahead of its actual SDK release. It seems that each phone will sport rather high specs. Multitouch VGA (800 x 480) displays will become the minimum for its interface. Other staple features include 3G, GPS and also Wi-Fi. While it will have its own interface, the OS can also accept layers, […]
12/08/2009, Do you think AT&T’s network is the one thing that is preventing your iPhone from being the best phone on the planet? Complaints of AT&T’s network seem to crop up and now and then when it comes to iPhone discussions, and while AT&T probably won’t say that its network has coverage issues, it has been good enough to offer the AT&T Mark the Spot app for iPhones. With this, iPhone […]
12/07/2009, By now you’ve probably seen the pictures of the upcoming phones from HTC. If you were squinting to see the photos clearer the last time, a clearer picture of the HTC Bravo has surfaced, and you have to admit the phone looks quite good. Based on the information we’ve got, the HTC Bravo should sport a 3.7-inch WVGA AMOLED touchscreen display, 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 512MB flash memory, 320MB RAM, […]
12/07/2009, Google aims to introduce something new to the US market with a slant of Japanese, where the most popular retail shops on Google Maps will come with a QR code which can be scanned in by a camera-equipped phone. After being read, the codes will take the phone to the store’s Place Page, offering users to peruse through any available reviews, favorite the business or perhaps even gain something by […]
12/07/2009, Talk about a concept cellphone which brings things to a whole new level with the Nokia Unik. Designed by French designer Clement Logereau, the Unik comprises of 152 small squares (don’t ask us how he settled on that particular number), where the handset is able to transform itself by virtue of adding in new squares that are different in material and color. These squares can be added after a purchase […]
12/07/2009, Nokia has just announced its 2710 Navigation Edition, where it is deemed to be the cheapest (to make it sound better, why not use the term “most affordable”) cellphone from the Finnish manufacturer that features Nokia Maps and GPS navigation capability. Meant to make most of an impact in both developed and developing countries, the Nokia 2710 Navigation Edition will come with turn-by-turn driving navigation with voice guidance, straight line […]
12/07/2009, Do you happen to do a whole lot of Internet surfing on your BlackBerry? If the answer is in the affirmative, perhaps we might persuade you to check out the fresh-out-of-the-oven BOLT Browser 1.6 that touts to offer a bunch of positives over the standard browser, where among them include superior speed, full page rendering, video streaming capability and being able to upload large files among others. Not only that, […]
12/07/2009, It seems like that is some bad news for TELUS employees, though if you’re involved you probably already know if it. TELUS has announced 125 job cuts from its business solutions division, and it seems that the cuts are at management level only. A representative for TELUS said: “With the recession other businesses are experiencing layoffs, some businesses are shutting down, and there are fewer phone customers. The telecommunications industry […]
12/07/2009, It looks like Nokia has released an update for its Ovi Mail Setup. In case you didn’t know, this application allows users to setup an Ovi Mail account directly on their S60 devices. The new version extends device support, fixes a couple of bugs and is localized in 18 different languages. You won’t need to upgrade if you’re already running Ovi Mail on your Nokia S60 phone, but if you […]
12/07/2009, The folks over at Verizon Wireless might be sweating a little over the FCC’s recent interest in their ETF (early termination fees). The fact that Verizon Wireless recently doubled some of its early termination fees probably doesn’t put the company in favorable light either. One of the questions the FCC has posed include “if a customer cancels a two-year contract after 23 months, the customer would still owe an ETF […]
12/07/2009, Here’s something that parents around the world probably won’t be too happy about. Android now has an adult app market, dubbed MiKandi. While there isn’t anything stopping folks from browsing adult sites on Android’s browser, the Android Market doesn’t have an adult section, and that’s probably what the folks behind MiKandi are looking to target. Any type of adult content will be allowed on the MiKandi Market, as long as […]
12/07/2009, Could the Pink colored Palm Pixi be real? Leaked screenshots that are busy making rounds on the Internet indicate that there is a strong possibility that the phone might be real. If you were to check out Sprint’s buyback page, there is also existence of a pink Palm Pixi (at time of writing). Girls, would you go for a pink colored Palm Pixi if Sprint were to release it?