A new ringtone can give fresh feeling to a mobile phone that’s been playing the same old tune for weeks, or even months. Apple iPhone owners are renowned for their appetite for new applications, but how about ringtones? Have you changed the ringtone on your iPhone lately? Now you can change it once a day […]
Archive for November 10th, 2009
Active outdoors adventurers, hikers, and mountaineers have used sports watches, like the Suunto Vector for years. Primarily, it is a safety device that can tell the altitude, information about the weather, time, and direction derived from a built-in compass. The device can be provide even more safety-related information in real time when a heart rate […]
AFP – British mobile phone giant Vodafone on Tuesday said net profits soared 125 percent during its first half, adding that it planned to double annual cost saving to two billion pounds.
Investor’s Business Daily – In a bid to do on mobile phones what it did on the Web, Google is buying AdMob, a services provider that will help serve more ads in more places.
NewsFactor – Finnish mobile-phone maker Nokia is recalling millions of phone chargers. The Espoo, Finland-based company on Monday said chargers made by a supplier have shown some defects.
Reuters – Nokia is replacing 14 million cellphone chargers which it says could give users an electric shock.
PC World – Getting into the spirit of the season, Verizon is enlisting the aid of elves, Elvis, and stop-motion puppets in its holiday offensive against AT&T. In a new set of ads (which you can see below), Verizon continues to highlight its superior nationwide 3G coverage as an argument for going with the carrier […]
PC World – Nokia says it will replace for free millions of faulty cellphone chargers that pose a shock hazard to its users. Nokia announced the recall program Monday, reporting the Nokia-branded chargers were manufactured by a third-party supplier, BYD Electronic Company of China. Nokia says the plastic casing surrounding the chargers in question could […]
AP – Nokia Corp. announced Monday that some 14 million mobile phone chargers could be dangerous for users and said it will replace them free of charge.
AFP – Nokia, the world’s biggest mobile phone maker, issued on Monday a global recall for 14 million chargers made this year because some of them could be faulty.