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Sony Ericsson patents PSP-handset

March 12th, 2008 · No Comments

Sony Ericsson has filed a patent application for “orientation based multiple mode mechanically vibrated touchscreen display. Probably the company will use this development for its PSP phone. According to the patent application, this will be a handset with a full touchscreen display, accelerometer (or other orientation sensors), no physical buttons, and a screen feedback set-up to be reconfigured through software between PSP and phone functionality. [Read more →]

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Pictures of LG LB2900 slider

March 6th, 2008 · No Comments

LG Electronics has posted a photo of a new handset on its site. This is a slider phone called LG LB2900. [Read more →]

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OpenMoko to reveal a Linux-smartphone next to Neo 1973

February 19th, 2008 · No Comments

Digitimes with the reference to OpenMoko’s president reported that a Linux-based open source handset platform developer will release an heir of the Neo 1973 Linux-smartphone in March-April 08. [Read more →]

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Fuel Cells Could Double Phone Battery Life by 2010

January 17th, 2008 · No Comments

Angstrom Power recently completed trials of a fuel cell system that effectively doubled talk time and the overall battery life in mobile phones. The trial involved a Motorola SLVR L7 and a fuel system that fit inside the phone without modification. [Read more →]

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UMPC LimePC on Freescale MPC5121e

January 11th, 2008 · No Comments

China’s Tsinghua Tongfang has unveiled its ultra mobile PC LimePC. It’s a touchscreen device without a hardware keyboard. Powered by Freescale MPC5121e mobileGT processor [Read more →]

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MacWorld 2008 Rumors Compendium: MacBook Nano & 9-inch Dual-Screen MacTouch

January 6th, 2008 · No Comments

The InsanelyMac forum has rounded up the most plausible rumors for upcoming announcements during the MacWorld 2008. This came from a supposed leaked transcript of the keynote. It includes highly plausible information on iPhone SDK, iTunes 8 and a new MacBook Pro with Penryn. More interestingly, the transcript includes a MacBook Nano with SSD and integrated graphics and MacBook Touch, a drool-worthy product of an imaginative mind which consists of a device with two nine-inch multi-touch screens. Yes, we all can’t wait for MacWorld. [Read more →]

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Sharp GX34 inexpensive clamshell for Europe

November 29th, 2007 · No Comments

Sharp is preparing the European release of its GX34. This clamshell phone is the successor to the low-end Sharp GX33. The GX34 has enhanced capabilities, it can be related to the mid-range. The logo on the top cover gives us a hint that the phone will be available from Vodafone. [Read more →]

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Sony PSP Phone: Not Just Yet

November 25th, 2007 · No Comments

Although Sony spokesman Jim Ryan has admitted the PSP Phone (more correctly: PSPhone) is “definitely plausible” another Sony spokesman flatly denies such a gadget is on the drawing board. A tie-up with Sony Ericsson would logically give us a gaming phone but, again, a PSP with cellular calling is more likely. [Read more →]

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New Xenium approved by the FCC

November 23rd, 2007 · No Comments

The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has approved a new Philips Xenium handset with enhanced battery life. It is marked 9@9u and unlike the 9@9k it’s not that long lasting ensuring “only” one month standby and up to 8 hours of talks on a single charge. [Read more →]

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Altec, Belkin, Microsoft ship new Zune gear

October 31st, 2007 · No Comments

Microsoft today sent word that it and its partners were shipping accessories for the new Zunes, preparing for the release of the actual player in shops by mid-November. The jukebox maker itself expects to launch its themed accessory packs as well as add-ons for previous players: the Home AV pack ($100, pictured) includes both a charging and syncing dock as well as an, RCA video cable, and remote; the dock is also available by itself for $50.

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