Nokia Shipping E61
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Friday, 05 May 2006 14:46
 Nokia E61Nokia has started deliveries of its E61 business phone with full keyboard, a model directly competing with RIM's BlackBerry device, the world's largest handset maker said on Wednesday.

"First deliveries started late last week. It's gradually becoming available across the globe," Pekka Isosomppi, spokesman for Nokia's Enterprise division, told Reuters.

Nokia N93, N73, N72 Support Flickr
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Friday, 28 April 2006 19:08
Nokia N93, N73, N72 Support Flickr In order to make their devices more popular and make it even easier to share images, Nokia has signed up a partnership with Flickr which shall allow Nokia users (of the latest handsets - Nokia N93, Nokia N73 and the Nokia N72) to directly upload pictures taken onto Flickr. Flickr is one of the largest photo sharing communities on the world wide web. Once uploaded to Flickr, photos can also be sent to blogs, as well as edited, organized, tagged, shared and more.
Samsung Announces 2GB MMCmicro Card
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Thursday, 20 April 2006 16:34
Samsung 2GB MMCmicro

 Samsung today claimed to have developed the "smallest, fastest and highest capacity" memory card for mobile phones, a 2GB MMCmicro device pitched as an alternative to the more commonplace MicroSD solid-state memory format.

Latest Phones
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Thursday, 20 April 2006 00:00
      Nokia 2610       
Samsung D870
LG KG920
Nokia 2610
Samsung D870
SonyEricsson W700
LG KG920
.mobi Domain Availability Announced
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Wednesday, 05 April 2006 19:38
.mobi Domain Availability Announced Today, Mobile Top Level Domain (mTLD)
announced the availability of the first and only Internet address created for mobile phones: ".mobi".
"The dotMobi Internet address, which is set for launch on May 22nd, brings the ease of accessing the Internet from the PC to mobile phones everywhere, and clearly indicates Internet sites and applications that are designed for consumers on the go," said Neil Edwards, CEO, mTLD Ltd. "dotMobi is the internet made mobile." 
iPod Phone Confirmed
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Friday, 24 March 2006 15:25

Insiders at Taiwanese phone maker BenQ say that Apple procurement executives have been talking to various Taiwanese phone makers during the past few months in an effort to cut a manufacturing deal on an iPod Phone

They say that Apple will launch an iPod with phone functions within the next few months.  "An iPod phone is definitely coming. BenQ will not be making it as we are in competition with Apple however several of our suppliers have been approached to manufacture parts. Among manufacturers in Taiwan it is common knowledge. The issue for many is the availabilty of parts if the phone takes off" said the BenQ executive.

SanDisk Ultra II Mobile line of flash memory cards at CeBIT
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Friday, 10 March 2006 14:04
SanDisk Ultra II  Sandisk today introduced the SanDisk Ultra II Mobile line of flash memory cards for multimedia-enabled mobile phones, at the CeBIT Hannover, Germany. Exclusively designed for Mobile phones with memory card slots, the Ultra II Mobile memory cards have faster read and write speeds than standard flash memory cards, as well as longer warranty periods.
Download ringtones, wallpapers, screensavers, java & flash games , videos, themes & skins
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Saturday, 04 March 2006 15:33
Download ringtones,  wallpapers, screensavers, java & flash games , videos, themes & skins  Download ringtones,  wallpapers, screensavers, java & flash games , videos, themes & skins
Pininfarina to Design Handsets for Motorola
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Thursday, 02 March 2006 13:58
 Motorola Pininfarina 
In an attempt to out RAZR the RAZR, Motorola has enlisted the services of Pininfarina - famed designers of Ferrari and Maserati sports cars, as well as influential designs such as the torch for the 2006 Torino Olympic Games - to design future handsets.

The deal runs from March 2006 to March 2009, with Pininfarina dedicating a team of ten designers to the project. This is not the first time Motorola has contracted the design firm, as the companies had a short-term agreement during 2004.

Pininfarina would not disclose the value of the deal, but has mentioned that mobile handset design now makes up 30% of its business after only two years of working with the devices.

Nokia releases GPS module compatible with most of its Bluetooth phones
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Saturday, 18 February 2006 15:53
Nokia Wireless GPS Module LD-3W   Nokia which prides itself on having all the essential features that may be required by users surprisingly always lacked GPS in most of its handsets. In an attempt to do justice to all of the earlier phones, they have now come out with a GPS module which is compatible with most of their Bluetooth based handsets.
"Location based services, such as navigation and point-of-interest search for hotels and restaurants are becoming increasingly popular with consumers," says Aage Snorgaard, Senior Vice President, Mobile Phones, Nokia. "With the introduction of the Nokia GPS Module LD-3W and through our collaborations with navigation industry players such as Wayfinder and Telmap, we offer a compelling range of location based services to the tens of millions of consumers who have one of our highly popular mid-range models, such as the Nokia 6230i or the Nokia 6280."

NVIDIA GoForce 5500 Launched
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Thursday, 16 February 2006 03:49
 NVIDIA GoForce 5500 NVIDIA today has announced a new addition to its GoForce family of mobility GPUs called the GoForce 5500. Aimed squarely at gamers on the move, the GoForce 5500 brings advanced features that were previously unavailable to the handheld market.  Besting even ATI's top Imageon processors, the GoForce 5500 delivers features not found anywhere else.

The company says that with the GoForce 5500, gamers can experience Quake 3 equal to that of the original PlayStation and even display high-definition resolution (1024x768) on a device such as a cell phone. Considering that most mainstream phones don't even produce resolutions over 320x240, this is an indication that future cell phones will be able to produce images and quality equal to or better than that of Sony's PSP.
640 x 480 resolution for cell phones!
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Monday, 13 February 2006 02:11
640 x 480 resolution for cell phones  Of course it happens in Japan again. Vodafone and Sharp have broken new barriers with a super resolution of 640 x 480 which will go on to cell phones. Currently the highest possible is the 240 x 320 resoluion QVGA display which is used by several high end smart phones and PDA's.  
Cell Phones to Make WiFi Calls
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Monday, 13 February 2006 01:55
 Chipmaker Royal Philips Electronics confirmed that a U.S. cellular carrier will launch voice-over-Wi-Fi technology this year, based on Philips' new Nexperia 6120 chipset. Callers should be able to make calls on their home Wi-Fi networks for "a couple of bucks a month, flat rate," according to Philips' Carsten Schimanke.

 The Nexperia 6120 chipset is in the Samsung SGH-T709 phone, Schimanke said. We saw the T709 at CES, and it's a slender, attractive slider phone. The solution uses Philips' BGW211 802.11g WLAN chipset, according to the company. The chipset adds about $12 to the price of a phone, Schimanke said.
Nokia E61 to be released this month
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Saturday, 04 February 2006 15:31
Nokia E61 release date  The Nokia E61 business phone is rumored to release in mid-February according to MobileBee. The E61 also known as Nokiaberry is Nokia's answer to the Motorola Q smartphone. The Nokia E series is for business users and includes Nokia E70, E60 and the E61. The E61 (GSM850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 / WCDMA2100) sports a QWERTY keyboard and it's large display supports 16 million colors. It supports multiple email clients multiple mobile email clients like BlackBerry Connect, GoodLink, Nokia Business Center, Seven Mobile Mail, Seven Always-On Mail, and Visto Mobile, the Nokia E61 provides seamless and encrypted mobile connectivity. It runs on Series 60 Operating System (version 9.1) and has 75 MB of internal memory and a Mini SD card slot for more memory.  
Samsung’s Tiny Fuel Cell
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Saturday, 04 February 2006 15:00
 It looks like Samsung is taking fuel cells seriously and has decided to make it a mainstream product by using it in Personal Digital Assistants and Portable Media Players. We heard about Fuel Cells for a while now and even though some attempt have been made to use it in cell phones and laptops, the result was often time chunky and not always lot more efficient than Lithium Ion batteries. Battery life is the main thing holding mobile computing back and we can only hope that Samsung will succeed where so many others have failed.

BenQ P50 PDA Phone Hits The Shelves
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Saturday, 28 January 2006 16:03
 BenQ P50  It’s been a year in the making, but BenQ’s tasty P50 PDA-cum-phone is finally on sale. Touted as the ultimate PDA phone for business users with sophisticated taste, the device (£365) offers a quad-band mobile phone (850/900/1800/1900MHz) and runs on Microsoft's Windows Mobile 2003.

It’s powered by an Intel PXA272 416MHz processor and packs-in 64MB of SDRAM and 64MB of Flash ROM. The display is a generous 2.83-inch QVGA TFT LCD with touchscreen and supports a resolution of 240x320 pixels. It’s quite compact too, measuring 122x60x20mm and weighing just 170g.
The Imageon 2388 and Imageon 2380 - ATI launches 3D graphic processors for mobile phones
( 4 Votes )
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Thursday, 26 January 2006 18:03
 ATI Imageon 2388 and Imageon 2380  ATI announce the launch of two new media processors for mobile phones: The Imageon 2388 and Imageon 2380. Featuring the fastest possible 3D acceleration, Imageon 2388 and 2380 support all the features of OpenGL 1.2 and offer greater creativity and freedom for mobile game developers. This new level of 3D graphics combines both audio and video for a complete mobile multimedia solution.
The Bootton.E Trojan horse - New Symbian Trojans make keeping Bluetooth on riskier than ever
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Thursday, 26 January 2006 18:00
 Just like the Anti-virus companies predicted, with the increasing importance of mobile phones and PDA's more and more malicious code writers are turning their attention to writing code for these devices. Makes us wonder in fact if there is any credit to the old rumour of the same firms churning out virii to keep the company going.

Nokia, Motorola, Intel form alliance for mobile TV
( 3 Votes )
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Tuesday, 24 January 2006 16:21

Nokia N92 Mobile phone giant Nokia has teamed up with other technology firms to promote the DVB-H technology standard for mobile TV, Nokia said on Monday.

Other firms in the alliance include Intel Corp., Motorola, Texas Instruments and Modeo, owned by Crown Castle International Corp., it said in a statement.

The tie-up, called the Mobile DTV Alliance, aims to encourage open standards for TV broadcasts to mobiles, focusing on the North American market.


Sega now into phone making?
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Friday, 20 January 2006 01:00
 Sega, the company that we all love , no make that adore, for its superb games has stepped into the arena of cell phones. Of course making a cell phone from scratch is no laughing matter and Sega despite their strength recognise this. Accordingly, they have tied up with NTT DoCoMo to come out with this kiddie phone - The SA800i. The clamshell design has been given bright vibrant colors to make it attractive and pleasing to the eye. Of course being a Sega handset, it would just not be fair if it did not have any games. Not the usual fancy stuff that we come aross in any cell phone will do either, it has to be quality stuff from the house of Sega. Its difficult to make out the names in Japanese, but its clear that these are quality arcade games. The menu is specially designed for kids too, easy to use.   
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