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Monday, February 15, 2010
(Image from GSMArena)
I know, fans. I know. I've been missing for a whole week. And to be honest, I can't really think of an excuse. So let's cut to the point.
Fresh look. Zune integration. Xbox Live integration. Social networking. Eye candy. The much anticipated update to Window Mobile has arrived. Labelled the Windows Phone 7, it's mission is to redefine mobile phones and show the competitors the real way to do things.
Chances are you've used a Windows Mobile powered phone before, or at least come across one. If not, it's probable you are phone operating system racist. Just kidding.
If all goes well, the wait for Windows Phone 7 shouldn't be too long. So try not to get giddy.
They say that pictures can be worth a thousand words. How many words can a video be worth? Find out here.
Monday, February 8, 2010
The Nexus One, the Google phone running Android. Sometimes hailed as the best Android phone. Google plans to make you better acquainted with the phone, launching a series of videos giving in-depth information about the making of this phone.
I knew about the first few videos of the series and I wasn't too interested, but their "Testing" video here got me intrigued. I am not sure if this is actually what goes on, but it seems like Google and HTC really wanted to make this a high quality phone not just software-wise, but hardware as well. Throughout the video you can see Nexus Ones' being mistreated.
Google, give one to me and I'll test it for you. Seriously.
(Image from Engadget)
As an owner and fan of Zune, it's always fun to see rumors about them. Zuneboards posted some rumors that are certainly interesting.
Zune HD v2
- tegra 2
- more storage
- more colors
Zune Spring Update
- more integration with Xbox Live
- Zune Video Pass
- Xvid support
There are an endless whirl of rumors concerning Windows Mobile 7. Engadget summarized up some strong rumors.
- Zune-like interface (I love that interface)
- revamped start screen: "very clean"/"soulful"/"alive"
- no multitask (blasphemy)
- no flash support out of the box
- full integration with Zune, Xbox Live
- social networking (that's right you Facebook/Twitter freaks)
Wednesday, February 3, 2010
As cell phones get more advanced, we are moving away into a new world, a new era of smartphones. The arrival of Android, promised Windows Mobile 7, iPhone OS, webOS, Maemo, Symbian, and other operating systems are bringing improvement after improvement. I feel the need for a new phone!
It's been a great few weeks for phones. I'll make a little list...
- Sense interface comes to HTC Magic! Clicky
- Firefox, the popular web browser comes to Maemo! Clicky
- Nokia n97 gets improved calling, improved scrolling, and more! Clicky
- Nexus One with multitouch, Google Goggles, more? Clicky
- iPhone/iPod Touch 3.1.3 out! Clicky
Have fun, and always feel free to donate a phone or two to me. It's no problem. :)