The Chinese handset maker sees revenue jump but profit growth fall as it shifts its focus from feature phones to own-brand smartphones and continues a push to expand sales in Europe
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Apple recently rolled out their latest iPod lineup and IMHO the most interesting device announced was the new 5th generation iPod nano. I had no plans to purchase a new Apple product, but couldn't pass up a few of the new key features of the nano, including the pedometer, FM radio, and video camera. The new nano is available in nine different colors and I went with the orange one since I wanted a color that stood out a bit from my other devices. You can check out my image gallery, along with a video walk around the device and a video that includes each of the modes in the video camera.
Oracle has officially launched its 11g database and the software giant has taken an interesting approach with positioning--most features can be aligned to an ROI case. Earlier today I asked the question that everyone is asking in relation to new software upgrades these days: When will customers upgrade?
Samsung's SGH-i600 is a decent keyboard-equipped Windows Mobile 5 smartphone with HSDPA, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth all present. It doesn't offer anything special, although some of the software extras are useful.
HTC's P3600 has been taken up by Orange and rebadged as the SPV M700. In its new incarnation, this sleek and well-built 3G/HSDPA device benefits from attractive pricing and from having its integrated GPS receiver enabled by default.
This weekend, I'll be preparing for a trip to Amsterdam to attend the NokiaWorld event with my Foldera and MobileCrunch buddy Oliver Starr. We've been invited to blog the event, billed as the mobility event of the year. The agenda looks fantastic and features speakers from a stellar group of companies including Adobe, Cisco, Citigroup, Orange, Sony, Telefonica, Warner Brothers, and Yahoo.The highlight of day two of the event will be a series of sessions devoted to sharing the results from a recent study Nokia conducted to map and measure the use of mobile technology.
Like O2's very similar Xda Exec, the Orange SPV M5000 combines 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a swivelling landscape/portrait VGA screen and a QWERTY keyboard in one device.
This clamshell camera phone -- LG’s debut in the UK market -- has some interesting features, including a flash unit and a swivelling screen.
Orange announced Thursday it will sell ring tones, screen savers and other cell phone features based on Disney characters. Under the deal with Walt Disney Internet Group, the European cell phone giant will offer Disney content in Portugal, Belgium and the U.
Orange’s SPV is the first Microsoft Smartphone 2002-powered mobile phone to hit the UK market. You’ll need to be a technophile to get the most out of its extensive feature set, but Orange has put together a good-value package that should prove tempting.
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