Category: Other smartphones

Motorola ROKR

Just read the story on the new Motorola iTunes phone over at Keni's Blog. Keni has an excellent blog and it's well worth a read, so take a click or two when you've got time. He raises some very good points.. "Why is that Microsoft can release an …

Virus hits Smartphones?

WOah! Before you start washing your phone with soap and water, then treating it to an early night tucked up in bed - the virus seems to only be affecting Symbian Smartphones, and the virus itself is a bit crap too. ZDNet.co.uk have the story, and sta...

ARGH!

SoBig.. SoBig SoBig SoBig SoBig SoBig SoBig.... I've got one piece of advice to everyone on the Internet. If you have a PC and plan to use it on the internet, use virus protection. It is essential now. This is my inbox (right) - it is now getting …

Linux Smartphone?

Hello, what's this ? A Linux Smartphone ?  The Filewalker will have 5 languages included (English, French, German, Italian, Spanish) and is to be powered by a Texas Instruments' Omap 5910 Dual Core processor with 150 MHz, 64 Mo of RAM (low-p...

The Register tests the MyDevice Motion-Controlled phone

As announced yesterday, MyOrigo announced its motion-controlled mobile phone, called "MyDevice". Now The Register have managed to get one to play with. Although not running the MS Smartphone OS, this is quite a natty piece of equipment and turns the p...

New SmartPhone that reacts from hand movements.

A new SmartPhone that is controlled by a users' hand-movements has been released by MyOrigo, a company based in Finland. MyDevice, which has just been demonstrated in London, is scheduled to hit the shops before Christmas 2003. Check out more info her...

T-Mobile USA Launches the ………….. Blackberry!!! Doah!

Although the USA is still awaiting a wider release of the MS Smartphone, T-Mobile today announed the BlackBerry 6210. T-Mobile are selling it as "One of the most affordable and simplest ways to manage e-mail and make wireless voice calls from a single...

Symbian smartphones get always-on email and photo services.

T-Mobile has launched an always-on email for Symbian devices in the UK. T-Mobile launched the wireless email service, called Instant E-mail, in the UK last week. Symmetry Express supports any handset based on Symbian OS 6.1 or 7.0, which includes smar...