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BlackBerry smartphone case

Posted by: Ilse Jurrien Tuesday 6th, January 2009

BlackBerry devices have become today’s solu-tion to stay connected and OtterBox is an ideal solution for keeping these expensive devices protected. With cases for the Bold, 8700 Series and coming soon for the Curve 8350i and the Storm, OtterBox offers unsurpassed protection for all BlackBerry users. “Millions of people are using BlackBerry devices and OtterBox is the solution they need to keep their investment protected,” said Curt Richardson, CEO of OtterBox. “Our BlackBerry cases, which will be on display at CES 2009, are designed to mimic the sleek design of these devices so users don’t have to sacrifice style for security.”

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Motorola VA76r Tundra

Posted by: Ilse Jurrien Tuesday 6th, January 2009

AT&T Mobility and Motorola unveiled Motorola Tundra VA76r, a rugged 3G clamshell mobile phone with a tough exterior that can withstand harsh environments. Perfect for those who need a durable mobile phone such as teenagers, outdoor enthusiasts and contractors, Motorola Tundra combines uncompromised call quality, optional workforce management tools, navigation capabilities, access to the Web on the nation's fastest 3G network and AT&T Mobility's Push to Talk (PTT) service. Versatile and durable, The Motorola Tundra handset is designed to withstand the most strenuous conditions, meeting US 810F Military Specifications (MIL) for drop, dust, vibration, humidity, severe temperatures and rain.

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Motorola Motosurf A3100

Posted by: Dennis Hissink Tuesday 6th, January 2009

Motorola has made managing your life whenever, wherever easier with the Motorola MotoSurf A3100 mobile phone, a new, intuitive, customizable and vibrant touch tablet by Motorola. This high-speed, 3G mobile phone grants immediate access to content through an impressive personalized icon-based touch screen, helping you achieve the ultimate work-life balance. Begs to be Touched: Navigate your content by simply touching or swiping your finger across the vibrant touchscreen, or use the omni-directional trackball to access to the information you need, such as Internet content, contacts and calendar.

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Motorola Renew W233

Posted by: Dennis Hissink Tuesday 6th, January 2009

Today, natural resources, energy and time are more precious than ever before. That is why Motorola created the environmentally responsible Motorola W233 Renew mobile phone. Not only is the phone’s housing made using plastics comprised of recycled water bottles and 100 percent recyclable, but the Motorola Renew is also the world’s first carbon neutral cell phone. The Motorola W233 Renew delivers the quality you expect from a Motorola phone while empowering you to reduce your carbon footprint.

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Samsung Omnia smartphone review

Posted by: Dennis Hissink Monday 5th, January 2009

The Samsung Omnia smartphone works on the operating system of Windows Mobile. To be precise; the Windows Mobile version 6.1. Windows Mobile operating system has its pros and cons. Starting up time takes a lot longer than an average cell phone, the menu is slower and working with the stylus pen is often better than working with your fingers. There certainly are pros too; synchronization is simple, installing external software is easy and many file formats are standard supported thanks to the availability of various Microsoft programs.

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HTC Smartphone review

Posted by: Dennis Hissink Sunday 4th, January 2009

The HTC S740 smart phone is a phone that fits the current requirements of the average smartphone user when it comes to specifications. Sending text messages, picture shooting, navigating and scrolling the Internet are all among the possibilities the HTC S740 offers. The package of the HTC S740 smartphone is as simple as it is smart. A small square box that closes with a magnet. Upon opening the package, the cell phone becomes visible, lying elegantly in black foam.

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Mobile phone hard drive

Posted by: Mark Peters Friday 2nd, January 2009

Samsung announced that it is shipping Compact Flash card-sized hard disk drives (HDD) for use in mobile phones. Initially available in 30GB and 40GB models, Samsung's Spinpoint A1 hard disks offer significantly higher storage capacity than conventional memory cards, high shock resistance, and low power consumption. Samsung's suite of advanced hard disk drives will be on display at CES.

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Nokia 6208c

Posted by: Dennis Hissink Thursday 1st, January 2009

In an event held last week in Nanjing (China), Nokia unveiled the Nokia 6208c handset, a new pen input device which caters for a number of different customers, specifically those in China. The touch screen on the Nokia 6208c mobile phone is optimized to write Chinese characters and messages in the most natural way, with a pen. The design of the stylus, attached to the back of the Nokia 6208c phone, is inspired by bamboo slips and works perfectly with the large color display which is reminiscent of an ink stone, another element from traditional Chinese art and culture. All these design cues are implemented using premium materials such as the stainless steel back cover, which makes the handset both easy to use and comfortable to hold.

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If there is one segment of the electronics industry that is growing very fast, it is the cell phone market. Where companies like Google get their interaction mostly from desktop and notebook users, the prediction is that within three years Google will become a mobile company. Powerful applications will drive smartphones to amazing levels of experiences. To reach this stage Cloud computing is needed. Super cloud computing will result in impressive user experiences. Today’s cell phones are capable of capturing Full HD video clips, and even 3D photo and later on video is ready to be integrated into this small electronic device. The mobile industry is adapting to the technology that is available. The consumer is waiting for the next generation of mobile devices. The Consumer Electronics Show 2012 in Las Vegas will showcase at least some of the first batch of new cell phones for this season.


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