Archive for Dec 21, 2009

Vodafone to sell iPhone in January 2010

Vodafone to sell iPhone in January 2010

Starting January 14th, Vodafone will start selling iPhone in UK. With two years contract and wireless plan that cost £35-a-month, a customer would be able to pickup an iPhone 3G for free. Those who wants the iPhone 3GS, would have to signup for a wireless plan that cost £45-a-month for the 16GB, and £75 a month for the 32GB; same contract length required.

Vodafone limits monthly data transfer to 1GB each month, however it provides unlimited WIFI for its customers. As for users who want to tether their iPhone, Vodafone will charge £5 a month for 500MB data transfer.

[via reghardware]

PosiMotion Helix iPhone/iPod touch grip

PosiMotion Helix iPhone/iPod touch grip

I like playing games on my iPhone and have lots of games that I have downloaded. I am a fan of driving games on the platform and typically, these games control the car by tilting the pone left or right. If you are looking for a way to play lots of driving games and get a better grip the new Helix Gaming Grip has debuted.

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Q-TV 2.1 speaker system hides behind TVs

Q-TV 2.1 speaker system hides behind TVs

Most of the HDTVS on the market today are attractive devices that are fairly thin. Many people like to get an entertainment center that is just large enough for the TV to save room. That means there is little room left behind for speakers on the entertainment center.

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Google Nexus One sightings increase; US & Euro orders from January 5th?

Google Nexus One sightings increase; US & Euro orders from January 5th?

The Google Nexus One sightings are getting pretty flagrant now, with lucky testers of the smartphone feeling free to whip them out in public.  Nick Starr has apparently seen three of them today, with two being toted in a Safeway line in San Francisco and another caught on camera in Starbucks.

Meanwhile MoDaCo founder Paul O'Brien is citing "inside info" on a January 5th 2010 release for the Google Nexus One, and the interesting news is that it's not just being pushed out in the US.  He claims would-be European owners of the Android 2.1 device will be able to pick one up on that same date early in the new year too.  No confirmed pricing as yet, however, but O'Brien says "it'll be very competitively priced" but that there'll be "no preorder available".  That seems to suggest - along with the increasingly frequent sightings - that the Nexus One is about ready to hit the virtual shelves.

Motorola XT701 (aka Sholes) plus MT710 and XT800 Android smartphones get official

Motorola XT701 (aka Sholes) plus MT710 and XT800 Android smartphones get official

Honestly, you sit around waiting for one Motorola tablet and a few drop into your lap at once. SlashGear reader Dion flagged up three new Motorola devices seemingly headed for the Chinese market, including one which looks to be the touchscreen handset formerly known as the Sholes: the Motorola XT701, the MT710 and finally the XT800. All three run Android and have sizeable 3.7-inch 854 x 480 displays like the Motorola DROID.

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