AFP – US wireless carrier Sprint Nextel and Taiwan’s HTC Corp. announced plans Thursday to release a touch-screen mobile phone in October powered by Google’s Android software.
Archive for September 3rd, 2009
AFP – US wireless carrier Sprint Nextel and Taiwan’s HTC Corp. announced plans on Thursday to release a mobile phone in October powered by Google’s Android software.
Reuters – LG Electronics Inc, the world’s third-largest mobile phone maker, said on Thursday it would launch three new smartphones in the next few weeks that run on Windows software.
PC World – Nokia has announced pricing for its upcoming Booklet 3G netbook. At a hefty list price of $820, the Booklet 3G is sure to cause sticker shock among netbook shoppers. Apparently Nokia did not get the memo that the point of a netbook is to provide a smaller AND lower-cost alternative to the [...]
PC World – The Nokia Booklet 3G netbook may have some clever innovations, including mobile broadband and a 12-hour battery, but its steep $816 price tag will drive customers away.