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The telecommunications industry elite from all corners of the world gathered last week in London, where one of the most prestigious European meetings of the sector took place: the Global Telecoms Business Innovation Summit.
HTC has just announced two high-end Android OS smartphones. Although they have similar names, these will have different designs. The Desire HD is going to be a tablet with a 4.3-inch touchscreen, while the Desire Z will be a slider with a smaller display.
The LG Optimus One and LG Optimus Chic are an upcoming pair of Android OS 2.2-based devices created for those buying their first smartphone. They will include 3.2-inch, HVGA touchscreens and 600 MHz processors.
TechnologyGuide and Brighthand will host the 2nd Brighthand Mobile Film Festival this October in San Francisco, as part of the CTIA Enterprise & Applications 2010 event, showcasing the best and brightest in made-for-mobile content.
Over time, features that were once available only in high-end models trickle down to become standard on virtually every smartphone. What currently cutting-edge feature would you most like to see become mainstream?
Regardless of the presence or absence of security risks, employees in many places now carry lots of clout around choosing which smartphones and other gadgets to use, according to a spate of new research.
Apple has once again pushed back the release of a version of the Apple iPhone 4 in a white casing. This means that those buying this popular new smartphone can have it in any color that want, as long as it's black.
Cellular communications and Wi-Fi networks were at one time bitter foes. Recently, the hostility has abated and rather than competitive alternatives, the two are viewed as complimentary services.
Google has received its last shipment of the Nexus One, and when these units are sold the company will stop offering this Android OS smartphone in the U.S. Google said previously there won't be a Nexus Two.
While some studies claim that cell phone radiation and frequent use of cell phones can be hazardous to your health, there is still no concrete evidence linking cell phones to illnesses and death.
In the midst of ongoing research, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is now saying that there is scientific evidence to suggest that cell phones do not pose a significant health risk as a result of radio frequency (RF) energy.
In the wake of the unveiling of Windows Phone 7, many are wondering if the smartphone they are using now will be upgradeable to this new operating system. According to a Microsoft executive, the answer is simple: no.
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