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HTC Android G2 pictures

Android, Devices- Cellphones, Mobile phones January 29th, 2009

Well- the G2 pictures have started leaking accross the web. For the picture, it looks as though G2 does not have keyboard. The phone is expected to arrive mid May- although I’ve read reports that it won’t be out until July. Some sites even question the authenticity of the pictures. Nevertheless, its good to see another Android handset coming out. ......continue reading

RIM OS virtualized on Windows Mobile (Does this mean Flash Lite coming to Blackberry?)

Browsers, Devices- Cellphones, Flash Enabled Devices, Flash Lite 3, Flash Lite ports, Mobile applications, Mobile phones, OS- Windows Mobile/CE, Operating Systems December 23rd, 2008

I came accross an article on CIO magazine’s web site that showed RIM OS virtualized on top on Windows Mobile. The OS version is guessed as 8.6 which is the latest version thats shipping today.  So CIO magazine speculated that the pictures are authentic. We have been hearing about Windows Mobile Blackberry for some time, but the screenshots have started to leak only now. ......continue reading

G-phone reviewed

Android, Devices- Handheld, Google September 25th, 2008

Well- Google has delivered. As promisedm new HTC Dream showed up on September 23. On first look, the device does look very slick and powerful. Information Week has published a very detailed review of G-phone. Take a look at it here......continue reading

Apple iPhone is 4th most popular smartphone in the market today

Browsers, Devices- Cellphones, Devices- iPhone, Mobile applications July 15th, 2008

According to a study conducted by Neilson, iPhone currently is 4th in smartphone market. HTC (25.2%), Research in Motion (23.4%), and Palm (19.3%) are the first three followed by with Apple (11.6%). ......continue reading

HTC coming up with BIOMetric phone

Devices- Embedded, Mobile phones May 28th, 2008

                    Here’s an interesting interface to phone- biometric sensor to read your fingerprints. Apparently HTC is coming with such device. It is not known how and where it’ll be used. ......continue reading