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Nokia N73 - Camera Not Just a Checklist Feature
Nokia N73 When you go shopping for a mobile phone these days, almost every device you come across - except perhaps for freebie or the most entry-level models - includes some sort of built-in camera. And while certainly useful, most phone-integrated cameras are not designed (or intended) to replace a dedicated digital camera. Nokia''s N73 camera s...more

Yahoo! Go for Mobile 2.0 Goes Gamma
Yahoo! Inc. today launched a new gamma version of Yahoo! Go for Mobile 2.0, a month after the popular new service initially launched in beta. The new gamma version features the ability for consumers to search directly from maps and share oneSearch(TM) results, news articles and the service directly with friends. The launch of this new ver...more

EU reviews telecoms'' use of radio spectrum
In a bid to hasten the arrival of the Internet on mobile phones in Europe, the European Commission is about to change the way telecom companies can use radio frequencies, spokesman Martin Selmayr said Tuesday. The changes will be discussed in a formal review of existing radio spectrum policy beginning next month, Selmayr said. If th...more

Samsung IP-830w Pocket PC Phone
If you''re a Sprint subscriber and are looking for an alternative to Palm''s Treo or Motorola''s Q, the Samsung IP-830w could just be your new smartphone. The IP-830w is Sprint''s first Windows Mobile device that supports both CDMA and GSM. Yes, that''s right, you can use the IP-830w in 160 countries outside of North America. It als...more

Palm Treo 750
N/A Palm''s new Treo 750 for Cingular is a damned good phone. It''s one of the clearest-sounding smartphones I''ve ever used, and Palm''s unique features make it easier to find contacts, make calls, and search the Web than on most other Windows Mobile cells. Yet in an intensely competitive marketplace, I have trouble summoning up unabashed en...more

Sony Ericsson K610 Riews
N/A Sony Ericsson today announces the K610, a slim, lightweight and affordable UMTS imaging phone that opens up the world of 3G for a much wider population. Just 17mm thick and weighing 92 grams, the K610 is the size and weight of a typical 2G stick phone and will be one of the smallest and lightest 3G phones to come on the market. It packs i...more

Review Motorola V3i
Motorola V3i The release of Motorola RAZR V3 started a new page in mobile phone history; it formed fashion for slim solutions. The majority of the manufacturers started creating their own copies of the RAZR, and some of the elements in the new models were similar to the V3. Its sales can be surely called record for this class, and due to it Motorola''...more

Samsung SGH-D800/D808 Review:
N/A Introduction Samsung is one of the companies that have been pursuing the slim handset style, made popular with the Motorola V3. The company''s D810 was criticized as being unoriginal, but nobody could complain when Samsung announced the thin D808. The D808 (also known as the D800) that we are reviewing today was the thinnest slider in t...more

3GSM 2006 Barcelona
N/A The 3GSM congress in Barcelona, Spain is opening tomorrow and we are glad to inform you that we''re live covering the event. You can expect many photos of the stands and the products. We will publish new photos and information frequently on this page, so you may want to bookmark it and check it out once in a while to keep tra...more

Siemens S75 review
N/A The new Siemens Class S is not just a boring mobile phone meant for work. Apart from luxury elegancy, brilliantly elaborated functions and fast data transfers, it offers an excellent MP3 player and a high-class camera. And what about the price? It''s so low that it is hard to believe. Key features good price/performance ratio ...more

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