Posts Tagged: "Cell Phones"

Motorola Flipout

Motorola Flipout Officially Announced


Motorola has struggled over the last few years but since embracing the Android OS the company’s cell phone division is experiencing a resurgence.  The DROID was cool, so was the Backflip and a few of their other handsets.  But their latest, the Flipout, is more an ode to their uninspired...

Nokia Bike Charger

Nokia Bike Charger Rolls Its Way To Developing Nations


I’m all for getting off the proverbial grid and Nokia’s newest product, although largely antiquated given the tech, does just that.  Okay, so it’s not exactly like they’re saving the dolphins, but the Nokia Bicycle Charger Kit attaches to any bike, captures your peddle power and converts it into talk...

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4th Gen iPhone To Go On Sale Early June


News hit today the the next gen iPhone will arrive early June.  So hopefully that means that Jobs will complete his keynote on June 7th and that same Friday (6/11), when the iPhone have typically become available, it will go on sale.  Here’s hoping. Read...

Vivaz pro

Vivaz pro Now Shipping Worldwide


Fancy yourself a Sony Ericsson Vivaz pro?  Good news, because they’ve begun to ship the handset worldwide, though they didn’t get specific about locales.  Specs wise it supports up to a 32GB SDHC card, has a 5.1 megapixel camera, 3G connectivity (different connectivity options per country), a 3.2-inch 640×360 touchscreen,...

Gundam Phone

God Damn, A Gundam Cell Phone


Why people are so crazy about Gundam is beyond my scope of knowledge, but it might have something to do with the figurines, cartoons and whatever collectible crap they’ve rolled out over the past three decades.  As part of the 30-year anniversary Bandai has partnered with Japanese carrier Softbank to...

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Another 4th Gen iPhone Leaked? (video)


Has Apple managed to lose yet another 4th gen iPhone?  According to this video the answer is ‘yes’.  Aesthetically it looks to be a match to the one Gizmodo scored last month.  As you’ll notice they don’t boot the phone to a working screen.  Instead an image of a fireball...