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Google coming with phone?

Android, Devices- Cellphones, Google, Mobile phones, Wireless Carriers November 19th, 2009

Fierce mobile citing sources from Tech Crunch is suggesting that google is getting ready to release Google branded phone. This phone apparently will be manufactured by LG or Samsung or such and will be sold under Google brand. CNN in the meanwhile is also reporting the same.  Apparently the technology is based on  Google’s recent acquisition of Gizmo5.  Google has not announced any official plans on their blog, but the motives could be very clear. Gizmo5’s technology allows one to make VoIP calls, works with Google voice and I am sure Google will use this in conjunction with its WiFi network in several cities. ......continue reading

Second G-phone is coming in July from TMobile

Android, Devices- iPhone, Mobile phones, Wireless Carriers June 23rd, 2009

TMobile will start selling second phone based on Google Android starting this July. The device is made by HTC and is called myTouch. The device features a 3.2-inch touch screen with a virtual keyboard. Its good to see more Android phones coming. ......continue reading

SlingPlayer iPhone App Streams Video Over Wi-Fi; No 3G

Devices- Cellphones, Media players, Mobile applications, Mobile phones, Wireless Carriers June 12th, 2009

DMWMedia is reporting that Slingmedia is putting together an application that lets iPhone users stream their home TV channels to the device over a Wi-Fi connection. The application reportedly only supports WiFi only and not 3G. Apparently Apple and network partner AT&T disabled the application to stream video over a 3G connection fearing that it’ll take over the bandwidth. The same application is available for Blackberry and Motorola Q and is not blocked with 3G usage.
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CNN Money’s review of Adobe’s Flash strategy for Smartphones

Desktop Flash Player, Devices- Cellphones, Devices- iPhone, Flash Enabled Devices, Flash Lite 3, Flash Lite ports, Mobile applications, Mobile phones, OS- Windows Mobile/CE, Wireless Carriers April 3rd, 2009

CNN Money published an article a while ago on how Adobe is lagging behind in mobile market and how it is becoming ‘irrelevent’ in mobile market. I’d like to argue is that the race has just begun and it remains to be seen who emerges winner. The reasons are as follows. ......continue reading

Android to capture 4% of US smartphone market in Q4/2008?

Android, Devices- Cellphones, Mobile phones, Operating Systems, Wireless Carriers September 23rd, 2008

According to a research report released by Strategy Analytics, Android based smartphones will account for 4% of the market in Q4/2008.  They expect total of 10.5 million smart phones sold during this time, of which 400,000 will be Android based phones. ......continue reading

TMobile has 3G network (but no phones?)

Android, Devices- Cellphones, Google, Wireless Carriers September 22nd, 2008

I came accross this article on Information Week. It says that TMobile is working on expanding its 3G offering. 3G TMobile service is currently available in: Austin, Baltimore, Boston, Dallas, Houston, Las Vegas, Miami, Minneapolis, New York, Phoenix, Portland, San Antonio, and San Diego. By mid-October, it should expand into Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles, Orlando, Philadelphia, Sacramento, San Francisco, and Seattle.   ......continue reading

Samsung Instinct holding well (despite Sprint loosing 900K subscribers)

Devices- Cellphones, Devices- iPhone, Flash Enabled Devices, Mobile applications, Wireless Carriers August 19th, 2008

Sprint execs are taking big pride in the fact that the Instict sales are going very well, and that such phone wil stop the loss of the customers they’ve been experiencing. News that Instinct has set a new record for cellphone sales have been surfacing for some time. Best Buy for example, has claimed that Instict has been all time best seller for the company overtaking Motorola Razr. Sprint themselves have been making press releases about how fast Instinct sales have been growing and how it has lead to shortage in some markets. ......continue reading