Samsung SCH i760: a new communicator for CDMA

Samsung has exhibited its new Samsung SCH-i760 communicator. It was rumored as the device for the American operator Verizon Wireless, powered by the next operating system – Windows Mobile Crossbow Pocket PC. The communicator is equipped with two keyboards – a digital one under the display and a QWERTY side sliding keyboard. It supports CDMA 1x EVDO standard.

The device features a 1.3-megapixel camera with video capture opportunity, a 2.8” QVGA (240×320 pixels) display (landscape and portrait modes). It carries 64 MB RAM and 28 flash ROM onboard and an expansion slot for microSD cards. There is the support of streo sound transfer via Bluetooth (A2DP profile).

The SCH-i760 is powered by Windows Mobile for PPC PE. There is no number of the series, however after the announcement of the Crossbow, we might see this very index.

Snake Deluxe for Pocket PC just updated to v1.3

Samsung Helix XM2go YX-M1Z Review Technology News, Electronics Buy Guide and Gadget Review “Based on the classic Snake game that we all know this is a graphical masterpiece in both QVGA, Square QVGA and VGA, square VGA! Snake moves in pixel by pixel extra smooth moment, nice sound, 4 different worlds, map navigation, 4 bosses to eliminate and many more hidden fun. more information>Features* 24 Different levels.* 4 Different worlds.* 4 Different Bosses.* Unique map.* Frame by frame smooth animation* Full screen graphics!* VGA, 480×640 support!* Support for 240×240 and 480×480 (Treo 700w)* Adventure mode for unlocking the map!* Open Gameplay. You choose where to play.* PDA Joystick fully supported* Export Hi-Scores to internet—11/Jan/2007 UPDATE (1.3) —* Redraw bug fixed in Treo 700wWatch: Video Review (High quality) “

Cisco Sues Apple for Trademark Infringement

“Cisco today announced that it has filed a lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California against Apple, Inc., seeking to prevent Apple from infringing upon and deliberately copying and using Cisco’s registered iPhone trademark.Cisco obtained the iPhone trademark in 2000 after completing the acquisition of Infogear, which previously owned the mark and sold iPhone products for several years. Infogear’s original filing for the trademark dates to March 20, 1996. Linksys, a division of Cisco, has been shipping a new family of iPhone products since early last year. On Dec. 18, Linksys expanded the iPhone family with additional products.”Cisco entered into negotiations with Apple in good faith after Apple repeatedly asked permission to use Cisco’s iPhone name,” said Mark Chandler, senior vice president and general counsel, Cisco. “There is no doubt that Apple’s new phone is very exciting, but they should not be using our trademark without our permission. “Today’s iPhone is not tomorrow’s iPhone. The potential for convergence of the home phone, cell phone, work phone and PC is limitless, which is why it is so important for us to protect our brand,” Chandler concluded.With its lawsuit, Cisco is seeking injunctive relief to prevent Apple from copying Cisco’s iPhone trademark. For more information on the Cisco iPhone product line, please visit”

Review of GSM/UMTS smartphone Nokia 6290

“But after all Nokia 6290 is worth all the hype and waiting-for, as it will be the market’s fist device running off S60 3rd edition platform updated to Feature Pack 1 (FP1). The most attentive of our readers will definitely say that Nokia N95, boasting similar software onboard, was announced prior to the 6290, however it will arrive in the market a month too late, which makes Nokia 6290 the pioneer. Generally speaking, these two handsets carry somewhat identical software, but utilizes totally different hardware platform – we will surely talk about this as we go deeper into the review.:” Read more here: