Author: deden22 Description: N/A Added: November 28, 2009
Archive for November 28th, 2009
Author: miclun Description: N/A Added: November 27, 2009
Although most mobile phone users consider their call rates relatively costly, only a few technology pioneers try free phone calls when they learn about the possibility. Most people are aware of Skype service that can be accessed on a PC, but only a few pioneers have tried it on their smartphones. This is puzzling because [...]
Do you know how to identify a successful Nokia product? You know, a Nokia mobile phone that doesn’t seem to stand out from the competition, yet it somehow attracts customers across the world? We believe that some products, even though they are not highlighted in reviews or don’t trigger passionate discussions in social networking sites, [...]
Nokia may have tough times competing against high-end smartphones from Apple, HTC, Motorola and Samsung, but when we look at products priced under 100 dollars (unlocked, SIM-free prices) Nokia has a product range that’s hard to beat. And Nokia keeps cranking out new budget products to the world. This time, it’s a mobile phone that’s [...]
Investor’s Business Daily – Looking to get alerts on your mobile phone when a stock hits a buy or sell point? And then quickly execute a trade with a few taps on your handset based on that data? “There’s an app for that,” says Apple’s marketing campaign for the iPhone.
AFP – Taiwanese researchers have developed a chip to treat backpain that is powered by mobile phone, a member of the team said Friday.
PC Magazine – Acer Inc started to sell its first mobile phone model running on Google’s Android software this week, and will introduce more Android handsets next year, the head of its phone unit said on Thursday.
AP – Personal computer maker Lenovo Group said Friday it is joining the race to develop products that link phones and PCs by buying back a mobile phone business that it sold last year.
PC World – Lenovo will buy back the mobile phone unit that it spun off last year, reversing a move it originally made to focus on its core business in PCs, the company said late Friday.