Saturday, 28 February 2009

Yahoo! Mail and Messenger Now on Nokia Phones

Mobile phone giant Nokia and Yahoo! announced today that they will be expanding their partnership to include Yahoo! branded internet services including Yahoo! Mail and Yahoo! Messenger on Nokia mobile devices.
The services will be made available on Nokia phones running Nokia’s Series 40 platform. Series 40 is the software system that powers many of Nokia’s mobile devices. With Series 40, users are able to access a broad range of applications and features, including messaging, browsing, music and video standards as well as personal information management.
Yahoo! internet services will initially be available on the new …

Monday, 23 February 2009

Latest Nokia E71

The BlackBerry 8820 has been one of the best slab-style QWERTY smartphones for so long now, it’s hard to imagine anything overtaking it. Its combination of ease of use, long battery life and excellent keyboard contributed to a maximum score of 10 out of 10 when we first looked at it last August, and our opinion hasn’t changed much over that time.
But times move on, new handsets are released, and inevitably - eventually - a new champion comes along. That new champion, it would seem, is Nokia’s E71 - the long-awaited successor to the E61. Why? First, this is a simply gorgeous phone. With a solid metal rear, chrome-trimmed front and flat, almost mirror-finish screen, it’s one beautiful piece of design.

Sunday, 22 February 2009

T-Mobile Shadow PDA Phone

T-Mobile is going to launch the Shadow PDA phone (aka Dopod C750 / HTC Juno) on 31 October. The T-Mobile Shadow features a 2.6-inch QVGA LCD touchscreen, WiFi, Bluetooth, a 2 Megapixel camera and a microSD card slot.
The Shadow has a QWERTY …
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12 million Indian Mobile TV users to subscribe in first year of launch

by Arun Prabhudesai
Thats what the report suggests in its recently released report - mobile TV in India - by Springboard research. I am not surprised given that India boasts currently boasts around 250 million mobile subscribers and expected to reach 500 million by end of this decade.
Mobile TV is a technology that allows people to view regular live television content on their mobile phones or other mobile devices that they get through traditional cable or pay TV subscriptions at home.
Here are some of the highlights of the research:
Filed in: Business, India, survey, telecom, telecommunication on April 15th, 2008