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Motorola VE75 gets detailed in pictures

Posted in: Other Cell PhonesJuly 29, 2008
Motorola VE75 gets detailed in pictures

We just peeped Linux momentum, Motorola ve75 short-term a week ago and kind-hearted people in China zol.com.cn already loaded on its Web site to bursting with pictures from every angle. The site does not provide any new things, the nitty – gritty details, including a handful of the interface picture, if you leave out of curiosity, from our first reference. Release Date were classified as mid-August about 3,000 yuan – or about $450.

iphone news-iPhone apps pirated, shared -but not GPL’d

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iphone news-iPhone apps pirated, shared -but not GPL’d

Seeing as Apple‘s FairPlay DRM has already been cracked for music and movies, it’s not at all surprising that people are starting to poke holes in the FairPlay-based iPhone App Store. The first loophole is pretty simple, since it doesn’t appear that FairPlay links the iPhone hardware to specific Apple IDs: just log into iTunes from any of the machines authorized to use your account, and every app you’ve purchased will be available for free re-downloading to any attached phone. Since music and movies wrapped in FairPlay can be transferred to unlimited iPods and iPhones, we’re guessing this little trick will work indefinitely, but we wouldn’t depend on it.

Sidekick 2008 now available on eBay, too

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Sidekick 2008 now available on eBay, too

It looks like those bummed they couldn’t snag that Sidekick 2008 (a.k.a. Gekko) that hit Craigslist earlier this month now have another shot at one, as an apparently non-prototype version of the device has just turned up on eBay — again, before one is actually available at a T-Mobile store. Currently, the bidding is topping $300 with the reserve not yet met, but if you’ve just gotta have one, you can swoop in and snag it for the Buy-it-Now price of $999. Or, you know, you could just wait and spend your savings on things you really need, like RFID-activated sliding doggie doors.

iPhone news-iPhone 3G accidentally snaps photo in factory, reveals long lost siblings

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iPhone news-iPhone 3G accidentally snaps photo in factory, reveals long lost siblings

Unless you hit the prize, in an Apple store, you are not easy to see this many in one place iphone 3gs not planning meetup. As the story says: One, in particular, his wife picked up one of  Apple‘s latest mobile phones at home it began inspections in the matter. It is strange that the picture has three cameras in the roster. They see, she found two cards to overcome a fuzzy and you see above – may be a rare to see a third-generation i phone factory. Is not to say that we have not seen Apple products to give up their places of origin before, but still interesting, however. Now, scurry along in and check out their roll, see if there are hidden treasures are waiting.

Skyfire of Symbian now is in the testing phase

Posted in: Other Cell PhonesJuly 28, 2008
Skyfire of Symbian now is in the testing phase

When Skyfire goes on  promising important things ahout the Windows Mobile front — a front which  as many high-quality browsers as it can get is needed, there is another testing phase which is in progress at the company for a S60 version of its Flash-enabled web viewer.Example for Opera Mini and Deepfish, Skyfire renders content server-side and besides Flash, Quicktime, Windows Media, Silverlight, and AJAX are  supported by it’s packing, so it should serve up a pretty PC-like experience. What a pity! that’s an experience that only a select few in the private beta can enjoy at the moment, but Skyfire is now taking about signups for Beta 2, so get in (or at least try to) while the gain’s good.


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