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No mPhone: Microsoft

Devices- Cellphones, Devices- iPhone, Mobile phones, OS- Windows Mobile/CE May 4th, 2009

Despite the reports and rumors that link Microsoft and Verizon in creating a competing phone with iPhone, Microsoft is saying that it will not enter the cellphone market. Microsoft purchased Danger, the company behing TMobile Sidekick a while ago and so it definitely has the expertise in being able to build a phone product. The question is: are they just being secretive or is Danger’s technolgy being used for something else? ......continue reading

New Sidekick from T-Mobile will support Flash Lite 3

Devices- Cellphones, Flash Enabled Devices, Flash Lite 3, Mobile applications, Mobile phones April 21st, 2009

TMobile is introducing new Sidekick soon. The new phone is packed with quite a few powerful features and supports 3G. According to Infosyncworld, the web browser will support Flash Lite 3. Sidekick software platform is developed by Danger and from what I’ve known is based on Linux. Danger has a developer commmunity web site where users can download the SDK. ......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

Google Android phone coming on Sept 23?

Android, Devices- Cellphones, Devices- Embedded, Devices- iPhone, Operating Systems September 16th, 2008

Reuters is reporting that TMobile will offer first Android phone on Sept 23. The cell phones will be made by Taiwan’s High Tech Computer (HTC). From the press release: ......continue reading

More on TMobile phones and Flash Lite support

Devices- Cellphones, Flash Enabled Devices, Flash Lite ports, Mobile phones, OS- Windows Mobile/CE August 18th, 2008

Hayden recently blogged about TMobile listing Flash Lite as a supported technology. I also notice that there are remarks from Adobe on the article saying that they are working with all the leading mobile operators for Flash Lite support and will keep developers posted. ......continue reading

Openmoko phones are already shipping

Android, Devices- Embedded, Devices- Handheld, Devices- iPhone, Mobile phones, OS- Embedded linux August 6th, 2008

Openmoko, an open Linux platform company, is exhibiting at Linuxworld Expo this week. They are showing three models shipping using their platform. The devices are GSM based and unlocked. Users can buy them today and use with AT&T and TMobile in USA. ......continue reading

Microsoft to enhance windows mobile OS for music experience

Devices- Handheld, Media players, Mobile phones, OS- Windows Mobile/CE June 9th, 2008

Microsoft thinks that iPhone has an advantage because it offers a better interface for music experience on iphone. Duh…….. isn’t that obvious? I use TMobile Dash- a windows mobile phone, and everytime I have to open a file and add something new to playlist, I go through so much of nonsensical steps!! I have not purchased iPod or any other mp3 player, simply because I wanted to have one device capable of doing everything. Well, WM powered Dash almost makes the cut, but the interface is definitely crummy for music experience. Hopefully next WM version will provide a better experience. ......continue reading