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Multimedia and mobile blogging app

Multimedia and mobile blogging app

Taking advantage of the capacity and capability of expanding 3G networks, the WALKMAN phones also boast video conferencing capabilities, streaming video applications, GPS Bluetooth navigational capabilities, and hundreds of incredible JAVA 3D games titles that will keep users busy indefinitely.

Additionally, for the blogger happy mobile user, WALKMAN phones come pre-loaded with SHOZU’s image sharing service that enables end-users to quickly transmit camera phone videos and photos, at a high resolution, to many popular Internet blogging platforms, personal blog sites and citizen photojournalism sites, without suspending phone calls or other phone activities while the image is transferring, or having to start over if the connection is dropped. The service also enables users to add descriptions and tags either before or after uploading, and receive and reply to online comments posted at the destination sites without waiting to get to their computers. http://www.shozu.com.

Until Apple introduces its own branded iPhone, consumers will be hard pressed to find as good a cellular based music device. Until then, for more on iTunes compatible phones http://www.apple.com/itunes/mobile.

Rebirth of a brand

Rebirth of a brand

There was a time, not so long ago, where the word WALKMAN synonymously meant mobile music player. For whatever reason, the WALKMAN brand did not evolve to meet consumers MP3 needs and as a result Apple’s IPOD has become the world’s must have mobile music player brand to date. So its about time Sony returned with a new device to challenge the competition!

SONY ERICSSON’s WALKMAN branded phone devices are super sleek and super stylish and importantly have expandable memory slots to make your on the road music experience worthwhile. http://www.sonyericsson.com

A lot of thought has gone into the user interfaces of these devices. They have three dedicated hardware keys, one to launch the music application and two on the side to control your volume. The music application is a new Symbian UIQ app, and uses the touch screen for ease of user navigation. Similarly, users can browse album art associated with the songs they load onto the device.

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HTC Excalibur Is T-Mobile Dash

Words cannot even begin to describe how awesome the HTC Excalibur feels in the palm of your hand, and watching videos only gets you there half way. You just need to hold it to understand why I’m giving the HTC Excalibur Best In Show at CTIA Wireless IT and Entertainment in LA 2006. I’ll elaborate more on this in a later article when I do a side-by-side comparison between the HTC Excalibur and Nokia’s E62 smartphone.

HTC Excalibur Is T-Mobile DashThe HTC Excalibur is also known as the XDA Cosmo, available in Germany through O2 network. There are rumblings that T-Mobile will score the HTC Excalibur; called Dash. I confirm this report thanks to a shot I’d captured during my photo shoot at the show. Check out the screen shot below showing the T-Mobile logo. Also, thanks to a screen shot via MoDaCo, shows the Dash’s System Information revealing the model name as T-Mobile Dash. More after the jump!

Cingular 3125 Hands-On

I had a chance to test drive Cingular’s new 3125 (aka HTC Star Trek) earlier this week. It’s super thin, only slightly thicker, long and wider than the RAZR. Unlike the RAZR, it feels really nice in the palm of my hand, thanks to the seamless design and quality material used in the casing. It’s also a smartphone for all you Windows Mobile fanatics! It’s highly responsive to match the super bright screen. I anticipate a full review forthcoming weeks as we get this new device in. The Cingular 3125 is available for $299.99 or $149.99 with a two-year commitment. Click through for more images.

Video of New Panasonic ToughBooks Lineup

We have a video of new Panasonic ToughBooks! As we have promised, more videos to come from CTIA Wireless 2k6. Oh one more thing, that's our friend John from CrunchGear in the video.

SlashGear CTIA Wireless Coverage: Fastap

SlashGear CTIA Wireless Coverage: Fastap

If Fastap’s keyboard layout makes you feel weird, then check out the upcoming release of the company’s SureType look a like. There are tons more images (concept design etc.) from the coverage, which I’ll upload soon. What do you think of the new layout?

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Video of BlackBerry Pearl at CTIA 2006

Here you go, the video of Blackberry Pearl from CTIA 2006 in LA. Enjoy the video, more to come.

[flv]http://www.slashgear.com/videos/blackberry_pearl_ctia2006.flv[/flv]Video of Blackberry Pearl at CTIA 2006

"The BlackBerry Pearl elegantly combines an incredibly small, stylish and full-featured smartphone with the gold standard in wireless email and the result is something special. Through the integration of hardware, software and service, we are able to deliver a mobile experience that stands apart in the industry. We are extremely excited to be launching this breakthrough handset and we look forward to rolling it out around the world with our carrier partners,”

Video of Motorola Upcoming Phone

Not much information on this phone yet, but we have a clip of it as part of our continuous coverage of CTIA 2006. So here you go and enjoy the video.

Man Down! Man Down! SlashGear First Day at CTIA 2006 LA

Man Down! Man Down! SlashGear First Day at CTIA 2006 LA

We are working so hard at CTIA 2006 in LA to bring you up to date on what’s going on inside the bubble. First day has been fun; we’ll bring more news tomorrow as we go into our 2nd day in CTIA 2006 LA. Stay tuned! Same site, same domain, and same cool geeks at SlashGear!

SlashGear CTIA Wireless Coverage: Nokia Strives for New User Experience

More on this later…watch the video and you’ll be amazed! N-Gage!

Palm Treo 750v Photos – Live from CTIA Wireless 2006 in LA

Here it is! The Treo 750v photos were taken from CTIA Wireless 2006 in LA by our staff. The Treo 750v is now available for pre-order in Europe with Vodafone as the service carrier and for those in US, it will be available in Q1 2007. We are processing some of its videos and we will post it up very soon.

i-mate Introduces Two Windows Mobile 5.0 Devices for the Americas Market

i-mate Introduces Two Windows Mobile 5.0 Devices for the Americas Market

12 September, 2006 Los Angeles, USA -- i-mate' , the specialist in Microsoft Windows Mobile powered devices and software applications, today announced it has launched two new devices for distribution in the U.S., Latin America and Canada. The announcement was made at CTIA Wireless IT 2006, a leading wireless industry tradeshow being held in Los Angeles Sept. 12-14.

The i-mate JAQ has everything the busy manager needs to do business on the move in a no-frills heavy-duty device. The i-mate' JAQ is a quad-band device that operates on Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0. The device features a full QWERTY keyboard, 128 MB ROM/64MB RAM, 64k 2.8” color LCD screen, MiniSD memory card expansion, integrated antenna, Bluetooth® compatibility.

The i-mate SPL is a great-looking device that will attract buyers that want a stylish device plus the benefits of the Windows Mobile® platform. For business or pleasure, it’s got what it takes for users who want the functionality and features of an affordable Windows Mobile powered device. The i-mate' SPL is a GSM/GPRS tri-band device featuring 128MB ROM/64MB RAM, 65k 2.2” color LCD screen, MiniSD memory card expansion, integrated antenna and Bluetooth® compatibility.

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