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Displaying items by tag: Mobile handset platforms

Wednesday, 27 January 2010 11:54

Looking for apps? There's an app for that!

If you struggle to pick from the many thousands of apps available for the iPhone and iPod touch, an app called Appfinder may assist.

Published in Mobility
Saturday, 23 January 2010 14:45

WinMo 7 or WinMeh 7 to launch at MWC next month?

Microsoft’s answer to Apple’s iPhone OS, known as Windows Mobile 7, is very late, but a new report suggests it will finally be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress in February, with WinMo 7 powered phones due to hit the market by year’s end, or early next year, delivering the “ZunePhone” at last.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Tuesday, 19 January 2010 10:00

HTC HD2 - I can't believe it's not butter!

After surprisingly positive reports on the WinMo 6.5-powered HTC HD2 when it launched in the US late last year, the HD2 has launched in Australia at last via Telstra, and with multi-touch capabilities along with an amazingly fast and smooth experience, it’s hard to believe you’re really using a Windows Phone instead of a jailbroken iPhone with a WinMo skin!

The IBM Seer application for Android mobile phones provides an augmented reality view of Melbourne Park and the Australian Open tennis tournament.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 12 January 2010 07:19

Nokia to developers: show us your apps

Nokia has set out on a million-dollar hunt for mobile applications aimed at customers on very low incomes.

Published in Mobility
Tired of lugging a notebook around just to deliver a PowerPoint presentation? Don't want to risk using an unfamiliar computer? RIM reckons its new BlackBerry Presenter is the answer.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 06 January 2010 07:12

TelstraOne Experience does work for the user too

OK, I admit it: the TelstraOne Experience user interface that Telstra delivers on some mobile phones does provide benefits for the user as well as the company.

Published in Core Dump
Wednesday, 06 January 2010 06:46

Apple buys mobile ad company Quattro Wireless

Apple has acquired mobile advertising company Quattro Wireless. The price tag was reportedly $US275 million.

Published in Listed Tech
The Nexus One has ceased being mere “dogfood” and has emerged at long last following a month of hype that never quite reached the iHeights that Google’s crunchiest of competitors managed to whip up, but after seeing the barely-better-than-iPhone specs, one can only ask “is that it?!”

Published in Fuzzy Logic
A new survey from ChangeWave Research suggests surging interest in smartphones powered by Google’s Android OS, but when you look at the survey results and when the survey was done, it seems clear that the Motorola Droid launch and rumours of the Nexus One has skewed the results far too much for this survey to be taken all that seriously. Read on…

Published in Fuzzy Logic
There’s a huge amount of sound and fury over Google finally having the balls to release its own singularly branded phone, rather than hiding behind the skirts of its OEM partners, but ultimately, does it all signify nothing?

Published in Fuzzy Logic
With the iPod Touch trouncing sales of Microsoft’s Zune HD media player, is Microsoft just in a holding pattern until it releases the mythical ZunePhone?

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Oh, the Google phone's a-comin' so they say, oh the Google phone's a-comin', yeah the Google phone's a-comin', oh the Google phone's a-comin' so they say.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Monday, 14 December 2009 10:14

Apple countersues Nokia in patent squabble

Nokia to Apple: 'The iPhone infringes ten of our patents.' Apple to Nokia: 'It does not - but you're infringing 13 of ours!'

Published in Strategy
Monday, 14 December 2009 07:44

RIM -finally- launches App World for ANZoids

RIM has finally launched an app store for Australian and New Zealand BlackBerry users, opening up a world of capability extending business, reference and utility apps alongside fun time-wasters like horoscopes and games, but while paid apps are available to US users, ANZ'ers are only getting free ones, for now.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
A Swiss iPhone developer believes security vulnerabilities mean data stored on the handset is accessible to malicious applications.

Published in Security
Monday, 30 November 2009 02:33

Next iPhone being field-tested?

A string thought to identify the next-generation iPhone has turned up in an analytics log. Is a prototype being tested in San Francisco?

Published in Mobility
Friday, 27 November 2009 01:38

Samsung lifts the bada kimono, slightly

Samsung has revealed a few more details of bada, its open mobile handset platform due to be formally launched in London next month.

BlackBerry’s very recently announced Bold 9700 is finally available at retail from Telstra stores today, and other telcos from early December, and given that it’s the best BlackBerry yet, despite strong competition, it should be a Berry Merry Christmas for RIM and telco partners!

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