Samsung like to develop a lot of world firsts and this time it is the world’s first 4Gb (bit) DDR3 DRAM PC that will be capable of making 32GB (Byte) DIMM modules. Sweet Jesus that would mean that my PC could have 128GBs of ram! Not that many applications could make the most of that, … Read more
Posted by user xaoc747 at the hyperactive XDA Developers’ Forum are what appear to be the first official screenshots of Windows Mobile 6.5 While it looks nice there is nothing that compares to the likes of the iPhone.
HipTop3 have uncovered what looks to be a spec sheet for an upcoming Sidekick, the LX 2009. There seems to be a significant number of features to keep people happy including: Social Networking Suite of Apps Facebook MySpace w/ video upload Twitter YouTube Mobile Access via browser GPS Location Based Search Turn by Turn Navigation … Read more
Apparently Orange UK is going to be the first carrier in Europe to launch a BlackBerry device on a Pay As You Go service. It will be an exclusive indigo colour that will sell for £145. There is no word on how the pricing will work as data access is quite an important aspect of … Read more
Neowin (via Wmpoweruser) are reporting that the first Windows Mobile 6.5 ROM has leaked and is available for Blue Angel (O2 XDA IIs, Qtek 9090, T-Mobile MDA III) devices. Apparently the ROM is only beta so it is likely to be missing a few features.
Microsoft are set to unveil WM 6.5 next month at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Microsoft are also developing Windows Mobile 7 and this is expected for release in the second half of this year. However it has already been delayed and was planned for release the first quarter of this year. I am sure we will see a few more delays between now and the planned release date.
I have previously mentioned (several times) that I was disappointed with Windows Mobile 5 and version 6 as I found them both very buggy with frequent crashes requiring software or worse hardware resets. I have not tried 6.1 but I do hope the new versions improve a lot. I like to see a bit of competition between manufactures and this year does look good for smartphones.
A video of Windows Mobile 6.5 running on BA is after the jump.
According to DigiTimes there has been an anonymous source from Taiwan stating that the HTC Sapphire will be released in May. The Sapphire has been previously reported as the new G2 that we previously blogged about. Via: Android Authority
T-Mobile has topped the tables of an independent mobile broadband performance test by P3 Solutions for the second consecutive quarter. The testing compares mobile broadband providers measuring customer experiences during peak hours in 16 cities throughout the UK. The tests include visiting the most popular websites such as the BBC, Ebay, Bebo and Google, as … Read more
Last.fm has officially produced a fully supported application for Android, enabling users to listen to their favourite tracks & radio on the go. Last.fm is a popular music gateway where every track played by a user updates their profile and helps build a larger picture of what music each user enjoys listening to. And for … Read more
Ok so you could argue they deserve it but it is believed that users downloading a pirated version of iWork ’09 have also been infected with a Trojan Horse called OSX.Trojan.iServices.A. The Trojan installs itself in the computer’s startup as root, and once in place it can connect to a remote server and broadcast its … Read more
General Mobile will be showing off their new dual sim DSTL1 that run Android next month in Barcelona at the Mobile World Congress. Apart from featuring a dual sim the phone will include Dual-SIM cards with dual-Standby mode 624MHz Marvell PXA 310 processor Tri-band GSM/EDGE support (900/1800/1900MHz) 3-inch WQVGA touchscreen display, 260k colors 802.11b/g WiFi … Read more
Apple has just pushed out its latest OS, version 2.2.1. This update contains bug fixes and improvements, including the following: – Improved general stability of Safari – Fixed issue where some images saved from Mail do not display correctly in the Camera Roll – Fixed issue that caused some Apple Lossless (ALAC) audio files to … Read more
Boygeniusreport have made a post regarding some cool little features of webOS that may of gone unnoticed. The features were dug up by BGRs Sarah during a recent interview with Roger MacNamee of Elevation Partners. MacNamee stated that: But better than that, it does stuff for you. So when you wake up in the morning, … Read more
I will class this one very much as a rumour and take it with a pinch of salt, but we can hope. According to Intomobile the Palm Pre will be launching next month – possibly as soon as February 15. The tip seems a little weak with Intomobile stating The tip comes from a TreoCentral … Read more
He maybe the most powerful man in the world but he doesn’t get everything his own way. Barack Obama is a massive fan of his Blackberry but now he is President he has to use a phone that has been NSA approved for any official business. Unfortunately for Obama the NSA are a little behind … Read more
According to BetaNews, the Intel is cutting prices on quad-core ‘mainstream’ chips by up to forty percent in response to the launch of the Phenom II X4 range from rival AMD. In order to compete with the Phenom II X4 940 3.0GHz processor – which is sold in batches of 1,000 for $275 – Intel … Read more