10/16/2009, Android 2.0 will bring a number of improvements that includes the native support of Microsoft Exchange (contacts are often not synchronized today), the Maps application will display more data, but still does not have pinch and zoom. The web browser is said to be almost as fast as the iPhone 3GS one. In the video department, the integration with YouTube has been improved, especially when it comes to video uploads, […]
10/16/2009, Nextel looks set to receive the Motorola iDEN i410 clamshell handset, at least that’s what we garnered from a FCC document that featured Nextel’s logo on the handset itself. Expect the Motorola i410 to come with an external and internal display, large keys within for easier typing, MMS support, GPS navigation and Bluetooth connectivity – you won’t get a digital camera built-in though. No word on pricing or availability as […]
10/15/2009, The Samsung H1 has pretty good specifications, and runs on the Vodafone 360 platform (video here), which is basically a web service that hosts your data on a centralized location and “syncs” with the phone in real-time. It is also possible to see and change the same data from your computer. It’s always scary to see a carrier work on software and services because they often suck at it, but let’s […]
10/15/2009, A video showing what is supposed to be a MotoDroid boot sequence has surfaced. There’s not much to go on, but if you’re really desperate for any kind of news about MotoDroid, here’s your fix.
10/15/2009, This video shows how fast the Nokia N900 can go using the T-Mobile USA 3G network. 2.25Mbps download and 0.35Mbps upload is pretty decent, Note that the test was conducted in New York city and that the results may vary widely, depending on your own location and device.
10/15/2009, When a blunder like the recent Sidekick data loss (and recovery) happens, you can be sure that a lawsuit will follow. Two lawsuits have been filed so far, and we will have to see if they will still have any meaning now that Microsoft has managed to restore most of the data that was once thought to be lost forever. But we wonder: even if Microsoft had failed to do […]
10/15/2009, Vodafone will be the only one offering the BlackBerry Storm 2, but only for a moment, just a few weeks to be exact after its October 26th launch. This would mean that other carriers including O2, Orange and T-Mobile will also offer the Storm 2 in due time. With the iPhone 3GS also going to be available from every major carrier in the U.K this coming holiday season, one can […]
10/15/2009, The Nokia N900 might have just been released, and that even having the handset not ship in selected countries just yet, but that has not stopped an image of what is touted to be its successor – the Nokia N920 Internet Tablet from popping up at the Nokiaport.de forum. The photo you see here looks pretty real, where it will feature a 4.13″ capacitive touchscreen display in a thin chassis, […]
10/15/2009, This is a great news for Sidekick users that recently lost data in the Sidekick debacle at T-mobile: in a joint statement, T-Mobile and Microsoft (the parent company of Sidekick) have announced that all the data that was recently lost would be restored. Microsoft also said that a better backup system had been put in place.
10/15/2009, Michael Dell himself has confirmed that his company was going to launch an Android phone in the USA in early 2010. He said that AT&T would be the carrier of choice, but stopped short of providing the details on the phone itself. At the moment, Dell’s only Android product is the Dell mini 3i, sold in China.
10/15/2009, Photo from Crackberry, check out intomobile’s review as well As the BlackBerry Storm 2 becomes official, the first reviews are starting to pop on the web. So far, the first impressions are quite positive. Obvious stuff like the clicking of the display (it’s a feature: SurePress), WIFI, memory size, multi-touch and some physical design elements have been improved. The web browsing seems better even if it is far behind the […]
10/14/2009, I never thought that Nokia would have a phone that does not support MMS. Not that it’s a big deal, because I don’t use the feature, but every other Nokia handset supports MMS. iPhone fans that endured mockery since 2007 can now laugh back. We’ll tell you more about the Nokia N900 soon, as it is currently begin shipped to us. More at Nokia Conversations.
10/14/2009, While everybody pays attention to Google Wave, check it out on the Nokia N900. The font is tiny, but this is pretty cool to watch.
10/14/2009, Peek is trying to sway a few infuriated SideKick customers by offering them to switch to the Pronto messaging device. The device itself would be free, but users still have to pay $20 per month to get the unlimited email/text service. This offer is temporary and all you need to do is to prove that you are a current SideKick user. In the meantime, T-Mobile has managed to get *some* […]