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Sony unveils its latest addition to the MP3 players, the bass-heavy Walkman B170 series.
Walkman B170 Series, Sony’s latest offering is a small and chic portable MP3 player that weights only 28 grams. It has a quick-charge battery that boasts 18 hours of listening pleasure and a superb Bass Boost feature that promises a “rich, pumping low-end”.
No word on pricing or exact release date yet, but the Sony Walkman B170 series is expected to hit stores before the end of month.View Article Source »
Sony Ericsson Xperia Play's Android 2.3.4 update might include a 720p video making app.
A XDA Developers forum member found that the Android 2.3.4 update to the Xperia Play smartphone brought 720p video recording. The standard camera app will do this now, with continuous autofocus enabled.
Regarding the said update, a short sample video was uploaded to YouTube that you could check-out below. Before the said update, the handset’s highest video recording resolution was 720×480.Read the rest of the article »
Nokia is offering big money for a new remix of their classic tune, which will be used for the new batch of their phones.
Nokia took several steps and moves to revitalize its slumping core cell phone business, including adopting Microsoft’s Windows Phone as its primary OS. The company also wants to redevelop the way their products sound.
Nokia announced a contest of remixing their classic tunes embedded in all of their phones for the past 18 years to find a fresh version of it. Even though the company is searching for a refresh of the tune, it is – in the spirit of “Connecting People” – looking for a tune that is fresh, expressive, original and creative yet distinctively a Nokia Tune at the same time.Read the rest of the article »
If your audio stream sounds like Mickey Mouse in a helium, don't blame it on the service outright. Check your mobile OS because you might be using Android 2.2. And if you are, it's not about the stream. It's all about the bug waiting to be fixed.
The latest version of Google’s mobile operating system, Android 2.2, is likely to be a tone-deaf. The OS can make your headphones sound like a tin can whenever you tune into a streaming music services (eg. Pandora or MOG). A great music that runs fine in an older version of Android will suddenly turn muddy. Multiple number of forum threads came up with the same complaint, and blaming a bug on Google Code.Read the rest of the article »
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