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World’s second Android powered phone available in Australia

Android, Browsers, Google, Mobile phones December 8th, 2008

Its developed by a company called Cogan, and the models are called Agora and Agora pro. It looks very similar to Samsung Blackjack, and has touchscreen, camera, wifi, gps etc. It is available now via Cogan’s web site for Australian $299. It apparently is also available for international purchase if you want to buy it outside Australia. The phone has a browser along with all the suite of Google applications. ......continue reading

Nokia’s N97: Real competition to iPhone

Devices- Cellphones, Devices- iPhone, Flash Enabled Devices, Flash Lite 3, Flash Lite ports, Mobile phones December 3rd, 2008

Nokia has unveiled its N97 phone.  The phone has  a 3.5-inch touch screen and a full QWERTY keyboard. Other specs include: ......continue reading

S60 5th edition and Flash Lite

Desktop Flash Player, Devices- Cellphones, Flash Lite 3, Flash Lite ports, Mobile phones, Operating Systems October 7th, 2008

Nokia has released S60 5th edition SDK and tools. The first S60 5th edition based phone is going to 5800 Xpress. The release is expected to be much more advanced that earlier editions, especially with Flash Lite integration. ......continue reading

CE revenue to top 700 billion in 2009

Devices- Cellphones, Devices- Handheld, Devices- Set-top boxes, Mobile phones July 20th, 2008

According to the data collected by Consumer Electronics Association, the CE revenue will grow by 10% this year to $700 billion. Some of the segments such as TV are expected to show 20% growth. I don’t see any reason why this will market will ever stop to grow till no more CE devices can be invented. CE devices have become toys and we are slowly being brainwashed into having a new device every few years. In fact they are not even designed to last more than a few years. Do you think your iPod is rugged enough to last 10-15 years? How many of you have used your cell phone last for 5 years? ......continue reading

More on Samsung Instinct (and how similar it is to iPhone)

Devices- Cellphones, Devices- iPhone, Operating Systems July 11th, 2008

I generally went to Samsung Instinct web site to get a feel for the phone. I was very impressed by the features but it kept reminding me of iPhone at every step. It is hard to believe that Samsung has managed to copy iPhone in almost all aspects. Its size is similar to iPhone, the touch keypad is identical, the UI is similar to iPhone, and to be honest it has more features than iPhone- Live TV for example. ......continue reading

Apple’s new iPhone and price cut

Devices- iPhone, Mobile phones June 10th, 2008

Well- finally Apple is out with a new iPhone. The phone has 3G network and also built in GPS chip. (We still have to pay ridiculous amount of money for internet access and GPS service, but thats besides the point).  As if this is not enough, Steve Jobs also announced a 50% drop in price- it will now cost $199 for low end model. ......continue reading