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[6 May 2010 | Comments Off on Motorola Milestone Gets The Android 2.1 Update In the UK | ]

Android 2.1 has been rolling out to Motorola’s Milestone bit by bit and now Google’s latest version of its Android mobile OS has been released for Motorola Milestone owners in the UK. The announcement was made through Motorola’s Facebook page, and it’s already up for download on the official site. So what are you waiting for?

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[8 Apr 2010 | Comments Off on Android-powered Sagem Puma Phone 2 Slated For 2011 | ]

Looks like Sagem wants in on the Android game too, as the French phone company has mentioned that they’re considering an entry-level version of their sports/lifestyle themed device that will be powered by Google’s Android OS. that news comes just after the pre-launch event last night for the Sagem Puma phone. The upcoming phone will most likely be heavily skinned, sporting Sagem’s Puma-themed interface, along with urls to the various services that the company has developed. Of course, the next-generation phone isn’t expected anytime soon, with the earliest period pinned …

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[1 Apr 2010 | Comments Off on MeeGo for netbooks and handhelds now available | ]

Mobile computing seems to be the marketing mantra for many a hardware company these days, and competition is stiff. Well, MeeGo, which is basically a fusion of Maemo and Moblin, is a new operating system that is available for both netbooks as well as other handheld computing devices. There are three builds available, supporting Intel Atom netbooks, ARM-powered Nokia N900s and Intel Atom handhelds that run on the Moorestown architecture. It would be interesting to see whether MeeGo is able to jostle sufficient breathing space for itself in the mobile …

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[17 Mar 2010 | Comments Off on Samsung Confirms WP7 Device Was Omnia HD, But OS Upgrades Aren’t Confirmed | ]

Do you remember the Windows Phone 7 Series device that was shown off at Mix 2010 by Microsoft? Well, it turns out that initial suspicions were true, and the device is really an Omnia HD, albeit slightly modified. The phone was apparently upgraded to a multi-touch WVGA display with a 1GHz chip powering it for the demo. It’s worth noting that the original Omnia HD had the mandatory three buttons, but they were originally for calling, menu, and exit, while the labels were changed to Start, Search and Back during …

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[5 Mar 2010 | Comments Off on Leaked Pictures Of The Microsoft Project Pink Phone | ]

The rumors of a “Microsoft Phone” have been going around for so enlarged, it felt like a rumor that would never die, but now it seems that live pictures of such a phone (from Microsoft’s Project Pink) have surfaced, and it’s apparently the Sidekick-like Pure that was mentioned sometime back. According to the leak, the phone will be hitting Verizon Wireless, and despite looking like it’s running Windows Phone 7, it’s not powered by Microsoft’s latest mobile OS. Word is that there is a download screen for new apps, but …

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[19 Feb 2010 | Comments Off on Ubergizmo’s MWC Best of Show: Windows Phone 7 | ]

MWC 2010 has viewed the comeback of Microsoft into the mobile OS race – at least in terms of hype and mindshare (we’ll have to try the final product!). Just recently, Windows Mobile was considered by many as “lost” or “dead”, but Microsoft’s demo in Barcelona was convincing and quite effective in turning the tide in the public opinion battle. The user interface (UI) looks sexy and fast, and the OS is much more “open” to non-Microsoft services than previous Windows Phone platforms.
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[15 Feb 2010 | Comments Off on Windows Phone 7 Series | ]

Microsoft just launched its Windows Phone 7 Series, a new version of its mobile OS that features a completely new user interface, based on the lessons learned with the Zune HD. By the way, that might be the greatest contribution of the Zune HD to the world… So how is Windows Phone 7 and should you keep an eye on it?
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Just like so many had hoped for the past year, Microsoft has been building upon its Zune HD experience (and possibly codebase) to supply a faster, more responsive user …