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Samsung is considering "an open camera operating system" and may unveil this year.
Engadget reports that the South Korean electronics giant, Samsung is considering an Android-based digital camera.
The technology blog on Wednesday reported that according to an unnamed source from the company’s research and development team, Samsung is ‘considering an open camera operating system’ which is likely to be on the Android platform.Read the rest of the article »
Sony PlayStation Vita sales has reached 1.2 million worldwide since its December release.
Just over two months after its Japan release, Sony’s latest portable entertainment system seems to be doing quite well and has already sold ‘over 1.2 Million units worldwide’.
Sony announced the news on Tuesday that the 1.2 Million mark was surpassed on February 26th, just a couple of days after its official February 22 release date. The company also announced that it has sold more than two million software titles from both retail stores and on the PlayStation Network.View Article Source »
Samsung's follow up to its sub-sized smartphone turns up at FCC for approval.
Samsung’s rumored follow up to its sub-sized smartphone, Samsung Galaxy Mini, has just been spotted at Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
The handset codenamed ‘Jena’, is said to be long rumored follow up to Samsung Galaxy Mini. The 3.3 inch handset, which is simply named Samsung Galaxy 2, is expected to run on Android 2.3 and ship with an 800MHz processor.Read the rest of the article »
Nokia's flagship Windows 7.5 phone is coming to Europe in June.
UK’s leading mobile phone retailer Carphone Warehouse has announced that Nokia Lumia 900 is coming to Europe in June.
The Lumia 900, Nokia’s flagship Windows 7.5 will soon be available for pre-order. It will sport the same specs announced at CES, such as 4.3-inch AMOLED touch screen, 1.4 GHZ Snapdragon processor and an 8-megapixel camera.View Article Source »
Google Voice update for iOS includes full support for sprint integration.
Google Voice has released an update for their iOS app which enables iPhone users on Sprint to take full advantage of the Google Voice Integration feature.
The recent development is a result of Google’s partnership with Sprint which now allows users on the Sprint network to access Google Voice accounts from their iPhones, support for multi-recipient text messaging, multi-line text field to avoid splitting messages and dialing with support for single tap copying and pasting.Read the rest of the article »
T-Mobile confirmed that they will have the BlackBerry Bold 9900 for $300.
T-Mobile chose midnight to price and date their BlackBerry Bold 9900 version. The BlackBerry 7 hardware will arrive to shops on August 31. For unclear reasons, the said version of the phone will cost higher than the AT&T, Sprint or Verizon versions. It will be on $300 on contract even after a $50 rebate.
The T-Mobile’s version should be similar to those of other networks other than the requisite change over its native bands, 14.4Mbps 3G. Its capabilities – such as Wi-Fi calling – aren’t expected to be available immediately, and it’s not clear if the personal hotspot creation will be an option.
The Bold 9900 is said to be RIM’s flagship of the year, with a mix of a 2.8-inch, 640 x 480 touchscreen and a distinctive, large QWERTY keyboard. The 1.2GHz Snapdragon, that goes along with 768MB of RAM and BlackBerry 7, are key to a major improvement in speed. Slimming down versus earlier Bolds drops autofocus from the 5 megapixel camera, but is returned by 720p movie recording. About 8GB of storage is built-in, even if 188MB is available purely for apps.View Article Source »
Nokia seems to shrink their N9 launch plans, as they include fewer countries which will get the said device than expected.
Despite the important marketing efforts Nokia has put behind its MeeGo flagship handset, the Nokia N9, the firm seems to be decreasing its launch plans to include fewer countries than expected. After announcing that there is no plan in bringing the N9 to the US or the UK, the said company also told MobiFlip that the device will not be heading to Germany, Austria or Switzerland either.
The said announcement casted doubt on Nokia’s launch plans for the N9, since the device is said to be released in a wider range of markets. It is unclear now how many and which countries will get the N9 through official channels — even though the Swedish page had provided a launch countdown.
For customers living in North America and who are willing to pay a premium for an unlocked N9, the said handset is expected to support AT&T and T-Mobile in the US along with several Canadian carriers.Read the rest of the article »
Motorola CEO is showing interest to build devices based on the Windows Phone platform.
Sanjay Jha, Motorola Mobility CEO, expressed his desire in building devices that was based on Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform. The executive claimed that Motorola is completely open to the notion of Windows Phone as a platform during the Oppenheimer Technology & Communications Conference. However, he cautioned that the company is still waiting to see if it will prove a worthy competitor.
Sanjay Jha also pointed the uncertainty over which platforms, aside from Android and iPhone, will still be viable in the future. The said executive does not expect all of the primary competitors to survive, place in doubt on Windows Phone, Blackberry and webOS.
Motorola’s chief made similar comments late last year despite a new lawsuit that was filed in October by Microsoft over cellphone patents against the firm. The case focused on patents related specifically to mobile phones.View Article Source »
Android is said to allow unwanted app switches and pop-up adds.
New research presented at the DefCon event this weekend revealed that a core design feature of Android could be used to annoy and possibly cheat the users.
Trustwave’s SpiderLabs head, Nicholas Percoco, warned the public that a standard Android API does not only push an app to the front and steal focus from another — but disable the standard back button command. It might create pop-ups within an ad, and CNET saw examples of apps that would appear legitimate but quickly becomes fraid to phish information.Read the rest of the article »
Skype's job listing hinted that the said firm is planning to bring their video chat functionality to mobile devices.
Skype might be preparing its video chat functionality for the Windows Phone platform. The firm’s careers site includes a job listing for a video software engineer, helping them to deliver the Skype Video Engine on mobile and embedded devices. Windows Phone experience is explicitly listed as a “big plus.” The said listing says, “As an […]Read the rest of the article »
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