[Author: Miklos Szanyi, published on Friday, January 09, 2009 ]

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"Palm may have captured much of the Consumer Electronics Show buzz last week with its 'Pre' touch-screen smartphone, complete with a new operating system, but it was by no means the only gadget maker attracting attention. Microsoft tried to make noise,..."


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[Author: Miklos Szanyi, published on Friday, January 09, 2009 ]


"ASUS, a fortune 500 company today introduced the launch of the ASUS P565, a business PDA phone that boasts an 800 MHz processor—the fastest in the world at the time of this announcement. Featuring ASUS’ latest touch-driven user interface – Glide - the stylish, leather-accented P565 delivers graphics and system performance beyond anything else in the market at present, posting Vsbenchmark scores almost two times that of competing products in its class...."

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[Author: Miklos Szanyi, published on Thursday, January 08, 2009 ]


"Trimble has introduced the AT&T-enabled Nomad 800X Series computers, three new models of its outdoor handheld computer that offer WWAN functionality and integrated quad-band GSM cellular data transmission, digital photography and barcode scanning in one device.

The Nomad 800X Series models use a built-in high-speed wireless data modem and AT&T's nationwide EDGE network to allow users to communicate from the field to a central office or other location. Nomad 800X Series computer users can send and receive real-time data and SMS messages via a cellular network at speeds up to 1 Mb per second wherever cellular connectivity is available. The Nomad 800X Series models include a flexible antenna as well as signal-strength indicators, and they carry an IP67 rating and meet stringent MIL-STD-810F military standards for drops, vibration and extreme temperatures. In addition, users can access the Internet and use optional software and built-in GPS capability to transmit their position in the field. The Nomad 800X Series computers work on GSM cellular networks globally, including AT&T in the U.S..."

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[Author: Miklos Szanyi, published on Monday, December 29, 2008 ]


"A little over a week ago the BlackBerry Storm Firmware OS 4.7.0.83 leaked onto the web. Today Crackberry reports to have gotten their hands on yet another unofficial release of the BlackBerry Storm OS.
The OS 4.7.0.85 firmware update for the BlackBerry Storm 9530 is available for download on a file sharing server in case you are bored and want to take the risk of bricking the Storm Santa brought you for Christmas.
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[Author: Miklos Szanyi, published on Monday, December 29, 2008 ]


"iPAQ 914c is monoblock (candy-bar) that is designed according to HP tradition. It sits conveniently in hand and it is easy to use thanks to large scroll button in upper right corner and beveled keys. Beside usual QWERTY keys HP managed to squeeze 3 additional keys: TAB, period and comma that can speed up typing significantly. In our case keyboard was not used frequently because of great touch screen. Display is actually small for today standards: 2.46inch (320x240px) and usage of stylus is obligatory. Picture quality is not great but touch sensitivity of display is one of the best we saw so far. Because of this, photographs taken with 3MPx camera (4x digital zoom and auto-focus) looked on display worst then they actually are. One of the reasons is inadequate screen brightness and ability of display to reproduce just 65.000 colors...."

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[Author: Miklos Szanyi, published on Monday, December 29, 2008 ]


"One of the biggest complaints about the iPhone 3G is it’s troubling battery life. Although with each software update to the iPhone we’re ensured the battery life gets a boost, it’s still hard to get more than a day or so use out of the handset if you do anything more than use it as a paperweight.

Because of this, accessory manufacturers have released a host of backup battery solutions, designed to be portable enough to carry around with you and have enough capacity to give your iPhone that boost it needs when you see the dreaded “10% battery life remaining” warning message...."


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[Author: Miklos Szanyi, published on Friday, December 26, 2008 ]

"While an earlier Digitimes report indicated that Sony Ericsson planned to outsource its second Windows Mobile-based smartphone to another Taiwan-based handset maker Mobinnova instead of its current partner High Tech Computer (HTC), industry sources have disclosed that two other makers, one of them being Pegatron Technology, are also trying to grab the smartphone order from Sony Ericsson...."


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[Author: Miklos Szanyi, published on Friday, December 26, 2008 ]


"The idea of an iPhone nano is something of an old chestnut (to use a moderately timely metaphor) having first been mooted in 2007. Since then however all went quiet until August 2008 and now the alarm bells are ringing...


The reason this time around is simple: XSKN is at it again. After being the first site to out and perfectly nail the new iPhone 3G form factor via its line of cases it has done the same thing for the so-called 'iPhone nano'. As before XSKN is so confident in itself that it has already put these iPhone nano cases on sale for $24.95 in no less than 17 different finishes..."


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