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Ringtones for Samsung S5

Be bored no more because these new free ringtones for Android will make you feel like a star whenever some of the popular funny ringtones...

September 8, 2014 by Superior Ringtones

Samsung Windows 8 Developer Preview Tablet

At first glance, the Samsung slate Microsoft gave attendees at its BUILD conference is a black version of its Series 7 device. Under the covers, however, it's been packed with sensors, aiming to give developers access to the technologies that they're going to be using to build Windows 8 applications.

September 19, 2011

Samsung joins VMware's mobile virtualisation push

VMware plans to bring mobile virtualisation to Samsung phones running the Android operating system, potentially allowing people to consolidate their corporate and personal settings and applications into a single device.The partnership, announced on Tuesday at VMworld in Las Vegas, sees Samsung join LG as another phone manufacturer working with VMware on implementing the VMware Horizon Mobile technology in Android handsets.

August 30, 2011 by

Linaro and Samsung team up on Origen ARM dev board

Linaro and Samsung have announced a low cost board for developers keen on rapidly prototypying Linux and Android applications on ARM.The Origen board, announced on Monday, contains a 45nm dual-core 1GHz ARM Cortex-A9 CPU, a multi-core Mali400GPU and 1GB of DDR3 memory.

May 30, 2011 by

TeleSketsa

TeleSketsa is a sketchpad for Windows Mobile users, that allows you to share your sketch through email, MMS, Facebook or Bluetooth....

April 20, 2010 by PT Wahyu Anggada

Clash of the Touch Titans; iPhone 3G 3.0 vs. Palm Pre

As a service to my readers and as a way for me to lay out and figure out what may be the best of the touch-focused devices either available or coming soon from each of the major mobile operating systems I will be presenting you with five Clash of the Touch Titans articles that looks at the operating system, hardware, carriers, 3rd party applications, and overall functionality. The selected touch screen devices will each be pitted against the new iPhone 3.0 operating system update running on an iPhone 3G because it is currently the hottest device available at the moment. Those devices include the Palm Pre, HTC Magic, BlackBerry Storm, Samsung OMNIA HD, and HTC Touch Diamond2.

March 23, 2009 by

Review: The Nokia E71 is a tough device to beat

It has been over 2 months since I wrote up my first impressions of the Nokia E71. At that time I was getting flooded with review and purchased devices such as the Palm Treo Pro, Samsung OMNIA, Touch Diamond, Treo 800w, MWg Zinc II, iPhone 3G and loads of applications with iPhone 2.0, Touch Diamond updates, and the iPAQ 910. Most of those devices are gone now, but the one that keeps earning the honor of carrying my AT&T SIM card is the Nokia E71. The fantastic hardware, valuable notifications on the standby screen, outstanding 3rd party application support, and form factor keep it in my pocket most of the time.

September 22, 2008 by

Mobile software Monday: SMS-Chat from VITO Technology

While you have companies like HTC and Samsung pushing the limits of the hardware and operating system level software integration on Windows Mobile, there are also several companies providing software applications to enhance your Windows Mobile experience. As readers know, I have been testing out the HTC Touch Diamond and since this device has Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional it supports threaded SMS out of the box. Joel Evans from Geek.com recommended I try out SMS-Chat on the Diamond because it offers a much richer threaded SMS experience. I loaded it up immediately and have to say that while it is nice to see a basic implementation of threaded SMS in the operating system, something like SMS-Chat is a much better solution for text messaging fans.

June 16, 2008 by

Is the HTC Advantage the Ultimate UMPC?

I wrote up a rather detailed review of the HTC Advantage back in August 2007 and since that time I have continued to discover how powerful of a device the Advantage really is or can be made to be with 3rd party software applications. I have been thinking about picking up an ultra portable device like the Fujitsu U810 or Samsung Q1 Ultra, but then I find articles like Steve Laser's take on the HTC Advantage that inspire me to evaluate whether the Advantage already meets any function that an ultra portable may provide.

January 27, 2008 by

E-TEN Glofiish X800 sports a VGA display and HSDPA radio

HTC produces most of the Windows Mobile devices on the market, but there are still a few others like i-mate, Motorola, Samsung, and E-TEN out there that have some very good products. E-TEN just announced the availability of their latest device, the Glofiish X800 that has an impressive list of specifications, including an integrated GPS receiver, HSDPA radio, and VGA display. E-TEN is also known for including lots of great software applications with their devices and the press release states they have also provided a new Today screen UI.

November 4, 2007 by

Mobile Linux gets kiss of life

The LiPS (Linux Phone Standards) Forum is releasing its first API set for applications on Linux mobiles today. Just as a reminder, the LiPS Forum includes such luminaries as France Telecom, Texas Instruments, ARM and Freescale, while rival organisation the LiMo (Linux Mobile) Foundation includes Vodafone, Motorola, Samsung and Panasonic...

June 11, 2007 by

S60 Summit: Nokia announces shipment of 100 million S60 devices

I was invited by the S60 blog team and am in attendance at the S60 Summit in Madrid, Spain. Nokia just posted a milestone press release stating that 100 million S60 devices have cumulatively been shipped to date. This includes devices from Nokia, Samsung, LG Electronics, and more.The first announcement out of the S60 Summit is one that should continue to encourage developers to create for the S60 platform. The new Carbide c++ V1.2 development tool provides new functionality that is designed to reduce development time and accelerate the development of mobile applications. New features include an advanced Performance Investigation tool, improvement to Eclipse-enabled code browsing, new device creation features, and more.

April 24, 2007 by

Plan your next trip with Virtual Earth and MindManager 6

MindManager is one of my absolute favorite applications on my Samsung Q1 UMPC and actually the ability to use it on this device was one primary reason I purchased my Q1. You can now get accurate map and satellite directions by simply entering two destination topics and creating a relationship between the two.

July 28, 2006 by

New vistas for consumer bootleggers

Japan continues to find innovative applications for consumer electronics with the increasingly common practice of "digital shoplifting"--using camera phones to take pictures of pages from magazines (notably recipes and other easily-imagined content). Separately, Samsung (ironically a manufacturer of camera phones) has banned them from its factories for fear they'll be used to steal trade secrets.

April 30, 2005 by

Samsung to plug Linux into printers

Samsung Electronics announced at the Comdex Fall 2001 trade show that it will work with Los Angeles-based software company Codehost to develop Linux applications and drivers for Samsung printers, including the new ML-1210 printer. "Linux offers an unprecedented opportunity for companies to expand the market for their existing products," Codehost CEO Sam Bizri said in a statement.

November 13, 2001 by

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