Friday, November 30, 2007

Oh no! My K850’s back has cracked!

From the Unofficial Sony Ericsson Blog:

I’ve just noticed that my recently bought K850 has a huge crack all the way from the speaker on the back to the right side of the phone - the crack is like 2-3 centimeters long! I guess this is what happens when the phone falls out of your pocket twice in just one day - because that’s how unlucky I was yesterday! Luckily the crack isn’t visible unless you point it at direct sun light or a powerful flash (which is why I had to snap these pictures with hard flash). So for those of you with a K850 out there - be careful and try to find some proper protection case for it, as it could come in handy!

I still can’t believe how little it takes to crack the back of this phone… damn…



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Thursday, November 29, 2007

Shaking cellphones reveal what's inside

Cellphone users can shake their phone to feel and hear how full their battery or message inbox is - as if it were a liquid fuel tank.

More Sony Ericsson K660 pics

Here are some more live pics of the Sony Ericsson K660. The phone really does look nice and unique with some pretty attractive colors (I like the green/white one). I really think they should have put a bigger screen...

Pics from sogi

New! Google Maps with My Location (beta)

See your location on the map, with or without GPS. Save time and tedious keystrokes finding where you are, what's around you, and how to get there. Watch the video on the right to see how it works.

If you have a GPS-enabled device, this blue dot corresponds to your GPS location. At times, or if you do not have a GPS-enabled phone, you might see the blue dot surrounded by a light blue circle (as shown on the right) to indicate uncertainty about your location.

Why the uncertainty? The My Location feature takes information broadcast from mobile towers near you to approximate your current location on the map - it's not GPS, but it comes pretty close (approximately 1000m close, on average). We're still in beta, but we're excited to launch this feature and are constantly working to improve our coverage and accuracy.

The My Location feature is available for most web-enabled mobile phones, including Java, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, and Nokia/Symbian devices.


Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Yet more Nokia N82 pics

Here are some more live pics of the Nokia N82 which by the way for all of you who didn't has been released already for purchase. Enjoy the pics!

Pics from eprice

Tuesday, November 27, 2007


Synchronize your Google Calendar with your mobile phone or PDA.
GooSync will seamlessly synchronize almost any mobile device with your Google Calendar. It's quick and simple, sign-up and start syncing.

Never be without your vital calendar information again!

How It Works is an over-the-air synchronisation service for Google Calendar.
Just hit the sync button on your mobile device to synchronize your Google Calendar and the calendar on your mobile device.

- Create your Google Calendar
- Create your account
- Initialize the sync from your mobile device

Sunday, November 25, 2007

Fresh new Samsung G800 pics

Here are some fresh new live pics of the Samsung G800. The phone looks awesome in these pics and the build quality looks excellent. If this was powered by Symbian, it would be even more attractive. Enjoy the great pics.

Pics from eprice

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