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Panasonic Prices New HD Mobile Cameras Arriving In July

Posted in Panasonic by Conner Flynn on June 9th, 2011

Panasonic has revealed the prices of its new digital camcorder and cameras. All five will be available in July for around $199.99 for the HMT-TA20, $169.99 for the HM-TA2, $349.99 for the HX-WA10, $279.99 for the HX-DC10; and $199.99 for the HX-DC1.

At the low end of the range, the Panasonic HM-TA20 is a full-HD mobile camera with a rugged casing that is waterproof to 10 feet, shockproof and dustproof. It also sports a new Night View Mode.

RCA Unveils New Hybrid Mobile TVs

Posted in RCA by Conner Flynn on April 12th, 2011

RCA has been making TVs and other electronics for as long as anyone can remember and now they have unveiled a new line of portable mobile TV products. There are four different models. Three of them are portable TVs and one is a TV tuner for your car. All four can receive both Mobile TV format signals and standard digital TV signals.

There’s the 3.5″ DMT335R TV with LED backlighting for $119, which ispowered by AA batteries that are rechargeable and last for four hours. The DMT336R is another 3.5″ priced at $159 and has a widescreen LED backlit screen, FM radio, rechargeable battery, and an AC power option.

Mozilla releases Firefox 4 Mobile for Android

Posted in Android by Conner Flynn on March 29th, 2011

Mozilla has announced they have released Firefox 4 for Android. It’s also available to download for Maemo devices. Mozilla says that Firefox 4 is up to three times faster than the stock browser in Android, so that is definitely good news.

There are also major enhancements to the JavaScript engine, which is designed to make sites load faster. The mobile version is built using the same technology as the desktop version, and offers tabs, one touch bookmarking, and a whole bunch of browser controls. Sounds awesome. We can’t wait to try it.

Samsung’s Dual Core Mobile Processor is called Exynos

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on February 11th, 2011

The new Samsung Galaxy S2 will feature a new dual core Samsung processor, which will be called Exynos. The dual core Exynos processor will go into production next month and the first phone to use it should be the new Samsung Galaxy S2.

Samsung hasn’t released any specifications on the new Exynos processor, but we know that the model in the new Galaxy S2 will be a 1.2GHz dual core version. Exynos comes from the Greek words ‘smart (exypnos)’ and ‘green (prasinos)’ to associate Samsung’s ‘smart and green’ strategy.

LG to introduce swipe-and-pay system for mobiles in UK

Posted in LG by Conner Flynn on February 6th, 2011

Come 2012, phones from LG Electronics will be adding more than their usual capabilities with the introduction of near-field communication chips that will handle swipe-and-pay transactions. The technology will allow shoppers to swipe their hand-held device over an electronic reader at the check-out to directly pay for goods and services from their bank account.

Customers will just need to move their phones over the receiving station. One report by Frost & Sullivan says that we could be seeing as many as 860 million NFC mobile phones by 2015.

LG launching Mobile 3D TV at CES 2011

Posted in LG by Conner Flynn on December 28th, 2010

Yesterday we heard about the new 72 inch LED 3D TV from LG, and now we learn that LG also has some smaller 3D TVs planned. Much smaller. The company will be launching a mobile 3D TV.

The company will reveal this new 3D mobile TV at CES 2011. The device will be powered by an LG2161R MDTV chip with NRT (non Real Time) technology and be able to receive 3D TV signals when you are traveling at speeds of up to 200 km/h. So feel free to watch a lot of content in your fast car. Preferably while someone else is driving.

Qik to power T-Mobile’s mobile video chat service

Posted in T-Mobile by Conner Flynn on November 3rd, 2010

Looks like Qik will be behind T-Mobile’s mobile video chat service. T-Mobile Video Chat will offer integration into the native Android address book with the benefit of indicating live presence, enabling users to connect with friends and family via live video conversations and video messaging over T-Mobile’s network.

The integrated video chat service will be available on the upcoming myTouch 4G handset and will “allow users not only to conduct live two-way video conversations from their mobile device, but also will allow users to leave video messages.” Video messages are supported on over 200 phone models.


Modu T is the lightest 3G handset ever

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on October 11th, 2010

Modu is offering what they are calling the “The Lightest 3.5G Touch Phone in the World”. It runs on Brew and goes by the name Modu T. This is the company’s first touchscreen handset that features a 2.2-inch display, GPS, FM radio, 2GB of internal memory and support for expansion via microSD cards.

It’s fully compatible with their ‘fy’ add-ons, which means you can add features to this device like a 5MP camera, sports kits to it for the exercise, and even a QWERTY keypad. It comes with Facebook and other social networking options as well.

Skyfire Mobile Browser hits 1 million mark

Posted in Browsers by Conner Flynn on September 15th, 2010

By now, you’ve probably heard of the Skyfire browser. Well, now the company has announced that its flash-enabled browser has hit the 1 million mark.

It’s a great browser to use if your mobile device hasn’t received official support for Adobe Flash yet. Skyfire is compatible with a wide range of phones including the HTC EVO 4G, Droid Incredible, Droid X, Droid 2, and Samsung Galaxy S.

Huawei E583c mobile hotspot

Posted in Wi-Fi by Conner Flynn on August 3rd, 2010

Huawei recently introduced its latest mobile hotspot, the E583c. This device is good looking in a silver and black color scheme. It features a 1-inch color OLED display that shows the status information you need.

The Huawei E583 Mobile Hotspot supports a 3.5G HSPA connection with up to five devices over Wi-Fi and a sixth via direct USB connection. It plays nice with Microsoft Windows, Mac and Linux platforms. Another feature is the included microSD card slot (up to 32GB).

Lenovo Lephone looks Lesexy

Posted in Lenovo by Conner Flynn on January 11th, 2010

Lenovo announced the Lephone at CES 2010 last week and just look at that sexy curvy layout. Ergonomically, we’ll see if it works well, but we have a feeling it will be just fine. The high-polish chrome finish and angles certainly make it stand out from the crowd, which is a real achievement.

Some specs include a 3.7-inch 480 x 800 touchscreen with a touch-control panel underneath, a WCDMA radio, WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS, along with two cameras: a 3MP shooter on the back and a VGA in front for video calls.


Google launches local search for mobile

Posted in Google by Conner Flynn on January 8th, 2010

Want to find a local coffee shop? Maybe you need a new restaurant. As usual, Google can help. The big G has introduced local search for iPhone and Android phones.

Now when you’re on Google’s page on your mobile browser, just hit the “near me now” link to bring up search results that are near your location. Find coffee and ATMs easily at long last. Pretty soon we will get completely lost without our phones to the point where we will be zombies during service outages.

Melty Chocolate Phone not from LG

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on November 29th, 2009

Melty Chocolate Phone not from LGIf you like your phones looking all chocolaty and sweet, you might want to check out these melty chocolate phones from Japanese designer Q-Pot. Not to be confused with LG’s Chocolate phones. Teaming up with Sharp, Q-Pot offers two tasty colors, uh flavors. Melty Bitter and Melty Strawberry.

Both feature a 3D chocolate case, chocolate themed menus and wallpapers, and chocolate type packaging. Some other features include an 8MP camera that says “give me a sweet smile”, a 3 inch screen, and a Japanese system TV tuner.

iNo Mobile Cell Phone for kids, the elderly

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on November 1st, 2009

iNo Mobile Cell Phone for kids, the elderlyKids need phones with large buttons because they don’t yet have the ability to use small buttons. The elderly need large buttons because they’ve lost the ability. The iNo CP09 is a new GSM cell phone that’s perfect for both kids and the elderly.

It features a basic calculator-like screen with a large font display, large buttons, FM radio, torch light, a headphone jack, and text messaging. There is also an SOS button for emergency situations. The phone will send a text alarm to a configured number and will call that number.

Google Voice now with Voicemail support

Posted in Google by Conner Flynn on October 27th, 2009

Google Voice now with Voicemail supportThe fine folks at google never stop working. Good thing too, because you and I always benefit. Google Voice has expanded its reach once again. This time to include voicemail support for your carrier-issued number, along with other features like online, searchable voicemail, free automated voicemail transcription, custom voicemail greetings for different callers, email and SMS notifications and affordable international calls.

Every carrier in the nation must be pissed. The real interesting thing about these new options is that your messages follow you no matter what, even if you switch carriers to get some hot new device.