News on the LG Optimus LTE making its way to the Bell network in Canada has been the latest buzz in the smartphone industry. Now if we recall old reports of LG teaming up with Capcom for an upcoming debut of their Street Fighter IV game on Android on a future device with an hd screen…will the Optimus LTE be that device? More after the break.
While the Nintendo 3DS recently saw an aggressive price drop, that is not to say the original DSi XL isn’t without its perks. The XL is the largest sized DS handheld with its dual 4.2-inch screens for the most comfortable handheld experience. In addition, you can continue to play the thousands of currently available DS games. The DSi XL is currently priced at $169.99, but with promo.
The LG Optimus LTE is currently the hot topic which is to be launched on the Bell network, and we’ve just received some exclusive internal word on its 3-year pricing. The smartphone will be set for a reasonable $149.95. This is in line with most devices being launched except for the HTC Raider which comes up to $99.95 with its $50 credit. We also have a speculated launch date of.
RIM has just announced on its official blog that the Playbook’s OS 2.0 is going to be delayed until February. Owners of the Playbook have been anxiously awaiting the update that would give them intergrated email, calendar, contacts, and the highly anticpated Android Player. Other sad news is that BBM in 2.0 will only be available on the Playbook through BlackBerry Bridge. Here is the.
Google has announced their new updates for Google TV. They remind us that these are still “early days”, but they will continue to move forward and improve. The update focuses on four key areas: 1) Simpler interface with customizable homescreens 2) Easier search functions with access to Netflix, Youtube, Amazon and other sites 3) Improved Youtube experience 4) Development of new.
Wind Mobile, one of the three new entrants that joined the Canadian market just 2 years ago, was also the first to re-introduce unlimited data back into consumers plans. Come November 3rd, Wind Mobile is planning on altering the one policy that has caused annoyance from customers, ‘the throttle point’. The ‘throttle point’ is when your mobile internet connection.
New CEO Meg Whitman has only been on the job for 5 weeks but has already reversed the major decision to sell off the PC division, a decision that led to the ousting of her predecessor. After a review of the decision to sell off the PC division, it was decided that selling it off would be more costly than previously thought and keeping it would be more valuable to the company. Whitman has.
If your a new postpaid customer looking to activate the HTC Raider 4G LTE superphone today (or till the end of the month) then your in luck! Bell is offering a $50 in store credit for new clients purchasing/signing up for the phone which can be used towards the pricing of hardware and/or accessories. If you choose to allocate the complete $50 credit towards the purchase of the phone, you.
The folks over at GSMArena have received an image (from an anonymous source) which looks to be LG’s first smartphone to incorporate the new Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system. There is no official word on this device and the only true evidence of this image’s existence is a commonality is between the devices name (U1) and the LG’s recently changed South Korean.
Internal videos have leaked from RIM showcasing their vision of the future. This falls oddly in sync with our previous article regarding future technologies, which also included Microsoft’s and Corning’s vision of how future technologies might look. While those videos were focused on consumer interaction with technology, RIM takes a look into their bread and butter, the enterprise.
Sony has just announced it will be purchasing the rest of the 50% stake in Sony-Ericsson Mobile for a whopping $1.47 Billion. This is probably in response to the diminishing market share of the Sony-Ericsson branded phones and as it seems, large corporations such as the Google’s Motorola purchase depicts a clear picture that the mobile market is where the next battleground in technology.