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Microsoft Outs Samsung Valencia

02/18/2009, [Mobile World Congress] Strange to see Microsoft parade Samsung’s Valencia when the Korean company does not have that on display, and through some snooping around we have managed to find out a bit more about this smartphone. It will feature the...

Blackjack Card Counter For iPhones

02/18/2009, I enjoyed the movie ’21′ thoroughly, mainly from the thrill of watching someone try to beat the system with some high powered mathematics, and if you lack the brain power to do so manually at a casino near you, there is some help in the form...

Sony Ericsson C903 CyberShot Hands-On

02/18/2009, [Mobile World Congress] Despite the recent “merge” between CyberShot and Walkman into the Sony Ericsson IDOU phone, the company is still making interesting one-trick pony phones (meaning they one strong point, like “photos” or...

Samsung OMNIA HD Hands-On

02/18/2009, Here’s the Samsung OMNIA HD. Some people think that the display is HD, but no, it’s the video recording that happens in HD, in 720p to be exact (1280×720 at 24 frames per second). As you can imagine, Samsung used one of the best optic...

Nokia E55 Hands On

02/17/2009, At first, our instinct is to go for the QWERTY phone, but after playing with the E55 (E55 specs here), we found it to be admittedly a more attractive phone than its sibling the E75. Why? Form factor: the phone is thin and very light despite having brains...

Nokia E75 Hands-On

02/17/2009, We wanted to see if the physical design of the E75 was as good as it looked in the pictures. The short answer is “yes”. Nokia doesn’t disappoint on that front and the phone feels solid. We found the keyboard to be a bit large and the...

Paul Frank Phone Is No Monkey Business

02/17/2009, We think that you might be rather sick of cell phone news by now no thanks to our coverage of Mobile World Congress, but there ain’t no stopping – not when you have something as interesting as the Paul Frank phone. It comes in the form factor...

3 Megapixels Is The New 2 Megapixels

02/16/2009, Sounds confusing? Actually not – Scott Lin, chairman of Taiwan-based lens kit maker for Largan Precision, has ushered in a new age where mainstream resolution level for phone cameras are concerned – 3 megapixels will be the new norm,...

Orange To Offer LG G910 Touch Watch Phone

02/16/2009, Orange has the privilege of being the first operator in the world to offer, incidentally, another world’s first – a touch watch phone known as the LG G910 in Europe. According to Yves Maitre, Senior VP of Devices at Orange says, “At...

Acer Tempo M900

02/16/2009, [Mobile World Congress] The Acer Tempo M900 aims to bring the best of both worlds in a single device – with a generous touchscreen display as well as a QWERTY keyboard, you will be able to get your messages and email across in double quick time no...

Acer Tempo F900 Looks Like Omnia

02/16/2009, [Mobile World Congress] The Acer Tempo F900 sure as heck resembles the Samsung Omnia in some ways from the front, with the full touchscreen display and all alongside touch sensitive buttons on the bottom row. It will utilize a widget-based home screen to...

Acer Tempo DX900 Does The Dual-SIM Thing

02/16/2009, [Mobile World Congress] Dual SIM phones are dime a dozen and they aren’t exactly rare these days, but Acer’s Tempo DX900 is different as it is the first dual SIM smartphone in the world that supports both 3G and 2G SIM cards. Again like the...

Huawei Android Touch Phone Still A Mystery

02/16/2009, [Mobile World Congress] Huawei is a disappointment at the MWC ’09 as they displayed a non-working prototype of their future Android phone there. It looks as though most of the design cues were taken from the iPhone, and it will be interesting to see...

Casio Exilim C721 With 5 Megapixel Camera

02/16/2009, Casio isn’t exactly the first name one would think of where cell phones are concerned, but that doesn’t mean they’re pushovers in this department. There will be a new 5 megapixel shooter from Casio known as the Exilim C721, taking on the...