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November 2009

Sony Ericsson Aino issues with touchscreen

November 30, 2009

Sony Ericsson’s Aino has been hit with software issues that affect the use of its touchscreen feature, Reuters reports. Spokesman Mattias Holm told the publication that Sony Ericsson is working as quickly as possible to fix the issue, which is only affecting a “small number of consumers.” As we reported Wednesday, Sony Ericsson’s other big [...]

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A1 Liquid – Acer’s first Android

November 30, 2009

The A1 Liquid is Acer’s first Android handset, which was announced back in October, will seemingly be shipping this week. This handset is coming with 3.5″ WVGA display, 1 Ghz processor, GPS, 5MP camera, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. Acer continues tentative about its entry into the crowded smartphone market, aiming at 8-10 handset releases per year, but Android should do a better job at spearheading Acer’s entry than Windows Mobile. Leaked projections for the A1 are estimating 1.5 – 2 million sales in 2010, and 500,000 before the end of the year.

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N97 5 Mega Pixel Camera – Image Samples

November 28, 2009

Nokia N97 sports a 5 mega pixel snapper with Auto focus and dual LED flash. The are seven scene modes excluding the Automatic mode. Also, you can change the color tones, do white adjustments, change ISO settings. The camera works really good when taking macro photographs, The might mode out put of the camera is [...]

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E-Commerce Based on Wholesale cell phones Business

November 25, 2009

E-business or E-commerce is certainly a big revolution which has changed the face of world business with a storm. It plays a vital role in simplifying the business processes globally and even with the businesses conducted in the domestic scale.

Almost all major types of goods can be purchased online with the implementation of e-commerce. If you are planning on buying the wholesale goods from the international markets, it is much more convenient to run your operations online, providing that you find the right wholesaler. It is a lot more affordable than operating offline and traveling overseas, although it is a safer to a larger extent.

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Nokia N900 is now on sale in the United States

November 20, 2009

Nokia today announced that the highly anticipated Nokia N900 is now on sale in the United States and shipping to consumers who jumped on the opportunity to be among the first to pre-order the Maemo-powered mobile computer. With the Linux-based Maemo platform and with multiple ways to connect to the Internet, the Nokia N900 enables users to be online as it happens with a powerful computer in the palm of their hands.

“Consumers from every segment of the population are looking for more out of their mobile device – more power, more ability, more connectivity. The Nokia N900 ushers in a new era with a very powerful mobile computer,” said Alessandro Lamanna, Vice President, Retail Sales, Nokia. “With an open source operating system, incorporated technology like an OMAP processor, and real time web widgets, the Nokia N900 delivers the experience of a pocketable computer that has the information you’re looking for right there waiting for you thanks to the ability to be connected just about anywhere.”

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Get Wholesale Cell Phones from Internet

November 19, 2009

It is true that the world of wholesale branded cell phones is competitive. Therefore, you will have to be very selective, when you plan to shop cell phones through wholesalers. One of the options to get wholesale branded cell phones is internet. As a beginner, it is going to be difficult task to search a reliable and genuine cell phone wholesaler from internet. However, you must try to learn the ways to select the wholesaler.

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Sony Ericsson Kurara pictures

November 18, 2009

The new Sony Ericsson device, nicknamed as Kurara, is considerably more compact than the Satio but it is just as impressive specs-wise. As far as design is concerned though, we are not really sure how to call it, so we’ll leave that to you.

What we’ve got today is some new images of the Sony Ericsson Kurara (which was leaked two weeks ago for the first time). Can you see what’s written on the back? It’s “HD”, that’s right. So, the Symbian OS powered smartphone will have an 8 megapixel autofocus snapper capable of recording HD videos.

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Nokia E72 unboxing video

November 16, 2009

The new Nokia E72 smartphone is now available in stores. Nokia E72 is based on the slim Nokia E71 and comes with a QWERTY. The new Nokia smartphone has an upgraded 5 megapixel camera and 3.5mm headphone jack. Nokia E72 also is loaded with Nokia Ovi Maps for A-GPS navigation and Nokia Messaging for push email.

For the first time you can set up instant messaging (IM) directly from the homescreen, accessing communities such as Windows Live Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger, Google Talk and Ovi Chat.

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Handheld Organizer

November 15, 2009

The handheld organizer, also called PDA (Personal Digital Assistant), can be used for managing contacts, appointments and tasks. It typically includes a name and address database, to-do list, note taker and calendar, which are the functions of a personal information manager.

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ITG xpPhone with Windows 7

November 15, 2009

The future users of the ITG xpPhone, that is going to come in more than one flavor, will be able to pick the OS, CPU, storage and RAM memory as well as the display to create a device that suits their needs the best. The handset will be available with Windows XP, MS DOS or [...]

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Wholesale branded cell phones go Online

November 11, 2009

Trading, old as mankind, may be defined, as the voluntary exchange of goods or services, or both. In the early days, the medium of trade was barter, where two people arrived at a mutually beneficial agreement and exchanged goods with one another. But since the invention of money the established standard of settlement changed to an exchange of a predetermined amount of money for goods or services bought. In effect a sale. The entire complexion of trading has altered periodically over the ages, progressively giving rise to specialization and a segregation of responsibilities. Trading has grown well beyond just a simple interaction between two individuals or groups.

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