10/08/2009, Guess a white version of the BlackBerry Bold 9000 will be hitting the market this October 18th via AT&T, where it will retail at the same $199.99 price point as the current black Bold alongside a 2-year contract. It will be available only at selected stores. Looks interesting, but we’re pretty sure this won’t cause folks to forget about the BlackBerry 9700 all of a sudden, eh?
10/08/2009, Vitality Inc. has the ambition to sell a new pill bottle system which will transmit a signal to a base station located in your home each time the pill bottle cap is opened. Should you be unable to open the pill bottle cap in time, the base station that resembles a night light will blink or play jingles as a reminder .If you know that you’re going to be away […]
10/08/2009, Is it me, or does this robot phone look like the Android icon? The robot phone will target kids (obviously, as you would look like a tool carrying this around in your business meetings), where it will retail for approximately $121 a pop. No biggie here, just a rather interesting design that some phone manufacturers might want to look into if they want to capture the extremely young market.
10/08/2009, Toshiba’s K01, K02 and L01 phones aren’t out on an official basis yet, but they’re already making their rounds in CEATEC, with the Windows Mobile 6.5-powered K01 sporting a generous 4.1″ WVGA touchscreen display and a full QWERTY keyboard in a 15mm thin chassis. As for the Toshiba K02, this model will feature a couple of displays, running on a similar operating system with a 10-key keyboard to boot. Last […]
10/08/2009, Sprint has just announced that their latest handset, the Samsung Moment will be the first in the US from Samsung to run on the Android operating system. The Samsung moment will also come with a range of pre-loaded Google mobile services such as Google Search, Google Maps, Gmail and YouTube, alongside the thousands of currently available applications over at the Android Market. Other features of the Samsung Moment include a […]
10/08/2009, Good news – BlackBerry Messenger 5.0 is now available, being one of the biggest updates to the program to date, boasting improved features including avatars that can be populated from your Contacts if desired, Group functions to enable multiple users to share pictures, tasks and events in a persistent chat, 2D barcodes that lets you invite new friends to BBM with but a quick look at the camera, and the […]
10/08/2009, Mark October 21 on your calendars, boys and girls – the BlackBerry Bold 2 aka Onyx will be arrive via T-Mobile and AT&T on that day. No idea on its pricing details just yet though, but folks who want to upgrade from their older BlackBerrys might want to start cleaning the old Bold trackball soon, since getting rid of it in an online auction could help you generate some fast […]
10/08/2009, i.Tech Dynamic has unveiled their latest SolarVoice 908 solar-powered Bluetooth headset in the US market, letting you take the green route without having to worry about polluting the environment further by charging it through a traditional power outlet. This model will feature background noise reduction for crystal clear phone calls, utilizing an advanced suite of digital signal processing software that will go some ways in reducing background noise and distortion. […]
10/07/2009, Kempler & Strauss has rolled out the Billionair 7 smartphone – a business-class device that will bring together the best user interfaces of the most popular business and consumer smartphone platforms onto a single GSM quad-band 3.5G handset that will be based on the Windows Mobile platform. Features will include a frameless 2.5″ TFT touchscreen display at 240 x 320 resolution as well as a full QWERTY keyboard just in […]
10/07/2009, [CEATEC 09] DoCoMo (a Japanese wireless carrier) was presenting this connected intercom that turns mobile phones into an intercom. If someone rings your doorbell, your phone will ring and you can see and talk to that person via an audio+video connection from your mobile. After that, you can open the door and even turn the lights on and control a few more things in your home. Thanks to DoCoMo, I […]
10/07/2009, [CEATEC 09] KDDI was showing this bizarre “joystick” for mobile phones based on a plastic tube that is stuck on the back of a cellphone by a magnet. The idea is to attach this white tube so that the phone’s camera can look into it. At the end of the joystick, there’s a color pattern (one red and one blue square) that the camera can track by “seeing” any motion […]
10/07/2009, Both Bell and Telus will be on the receiving end of the iPhone 3GS sometime next month, but that’s about all the news we have since we don’t know how much they’ll cost nor when their specific release date is. If you’re a loyal subscriber to either network and have been hankering after the iPhone 3GS since its launch, now would be a good time to start saving up and […]
10/07/2009, At the Microsoft Open House, it seems as though Microsoft will be aiming to offer cellphones services that are exclusive to Zune at the moment, although there is still not timeline on when that would happen. Rumors of Zune on Windows Mobile-powered handsets have been going around for quite some time already with nothing concrete just yet, so we’re keeping our fingers crossed that something might happen sooner rather than […]
10/07/2009, A Vietnamese site managed to get a hold of a GSM prototype of the Palm Pixi, which means it can be used in other carriers apart from Sprint in the US. The device looks identical from the outside, but it might experience a slash in internal storage space of just 4GB compared to the original 8GB in the US-bound model. Apart from that, the GPS navigation system and 2-megapixel camera […]