Monday, March 31, 2008

Sony's PIX brings full-length films to AT&T Mobile TV

Sony just revealed a bit more about AT&T's Mobile TV service launching in May. We now know that one of the two exclusive AT&T channels will be called PIX, Sony's new feature film channel for cellphones. The service is a first of its kind in the US... for good reason. Oh, it's not that we have anything against the roster of films including "Ghostbusters," "Philadelphia" and "Karate Kid." It's more the prospect of sitting in front of that tiny mobile screen to watch a full-length film without the ability to pause, fast forward or rewind. This is live broadcast folks. Nevertheless, Sony Pictures claims to understand the risk. According to Eric Berger, VP Mobile Entertainment at Sony Pictures Televsion, "We recognize that people are on the go with their mobile phone and coming and going. This isn't for people looking to view a movie for the first time. It's OK to miss the beginning." Films will run on PIX for a month with new additions added weekly.

Pic of Nokia N96 with xenon flash

Just yesterday, I posted some info about the possibility of the Nokia N96 getting a xenon flash and a picture of this has surfaced. Pretty convincing picture...

LG Vu


LG Vu brief specifications:
- 3G
- HSDPA
- 2 mega pixel AF camera
- 3 inch WQVGA 262K color touchsreen
- 120MB of built in memory
- HTML web browser
- microSD support (up to 4GB)
- 1000mAh battery
- measures 4.25″H x 2.16″W x 0.51″D
- weighs 3.16oz

Tons and tons of Motorola Ming A1600 live pics

Here are tons and tons of live pics (almost 50) of the new Motorola Ming A1600. Here are some brief specifications:

- Quad band GSM (850/900/1800/1900)
- GPRS
- better CPU (compared to older Ming)
- Linux OS
- 3.2 mega pixel AF camera with LED flash
- WLAN
- AGPS
- 17.5 mm thin
- Talking dictionary
- 3 built in games (skiing, bowling and racing 3D games)


















































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