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Samsung unveils 8GB microSD cards

Samsung unveils 8GB microSD cards

There are times that I wonder what I would do with a couple of gigs of space on my phone. Well, I used to think that before I got my Helio Ocean, now I've loaded it to the brim with music and I long for more space on my microSD card. It looks like Samsung will come to the rescue with their new, larger-capacity cards.

E-Tech winners announced from CTIA 2007

E-Tech winners announced from CTIA 2007

Yes, CTIA is over, but the news isn't finished yet. They have announced their E-Tech Award winners for this year's show.

The coveted Best in Show Award wend to Alltel Wireless for their Celltop technology. Celltop will provide customers with an easier way to access, manage and organize information stored in their phones.

Curiously, my two top picks, the HTC Shift and Helio Ocean were both absent from the list of winners. Check out the full list here, and check back for updates on these products as they become available.

Favorites from CTIA Wireless 2007

Favorites from CTIA Wireless 2007

Today marks the end of CTIA Wireless 2007. We've seen a lot of phones and gadgets over the past week, but what were your favorites, and which vendor were you impressed with the most?

For me, my favorite product is a tie. I can't choose between the Helio Ocean and the HTC Shift. They're both awesome in their respective categories, so it must remain a tie for me. I will say that the Sound Leaf Bone Conduction Receiver Microphone has to be the winner for strangest new product. It's really cool, but still very strange.

Tons of Pantech concept phone pictures

Tons of Pantech concept phone pictures

Pantech, like many other companies has been working on a lot of gadgets. The most notable device is of course the Helio Ocean. The Ocean was a big hit at CTIA this year, so wouldn't you like to see what else they've been working on?

Kyocera saddle messaging handset with sub-par screen

Kyocera saddle messaging handset with sub-par screen

Anyone who knows me is aware that I'm not a critical person.  In fact I'll put up with most things if you give me a chocolate biscuit.  However, I'm beginning to think someone at Kyocera is taking the proverbial, if the internal screen of this new M1000 messaging handset is anything to go by.  First off, no chocolate biscuit so no-holds-barred I'm afraid; what the mascara-arse were they thinking, putting that tiny little scrap of a display in there?!

 

SlashGear Week in Review – Week 6 2009

SlashGear Week in Review – Week 6 2009

Toshiba helped us kick off the week with the announcement of their new TG01 Windows Mobile smartphone: on paper it sounds perfect, with a high-res touchscreen, super-skinny body and all the wireless connectivity you could feasibly ask for, as well as being the first device to deliver NVIDIA's 1GHz Snapdragon chipset.  Check out our hands-on photos and video demos, as well as Toshiba's own GUI demo, and then try and explain to me why I still can't get as excited about the TG01 as I think I ought to be.

OpenMoko upgrade Neo hardware; developers can buy from July 9th

OpenMoko upgrade Neo hardware; developers can buy from July 9th

It's been a while since we've heard much out of OpenMoko and their open-source cellphone project, but we've just found out that not only will the first 1,000 developer units be shipping from China on July 9th but the Neo 1973 hardware has been upgraded along the way (no doubt in recognition of newer handsets like Helio's Ocean and, of course, the iPhone).  The retail version - Neo Base - will hit shelves in October at $450, while the developer's kit - Neo Advanced - (full details of both after the cut) will be priced at $600.

 

Future Sidekick to have GPS?

Future Sidekick to have GPS?

The Sidekick 3 seems to be getting a bit of a bashing with the launch of Helio's awesome Ocean, but if their hiring plans are anything to go by they might be staging a comeback.  Eagle-eyed Danger fans spotted an ad for an internship - nothing special there, perhaps, but a glance through the job spec throws up this little tidbit about GPS:

"Formalize the Java Native Interface and glue layer for binding the BT serial support as a GPS provider of data"

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