Nokia N95 latest firmware(12.0.013) is now live!

“Even more news today on firmware updates, the N95’s latest firmware update, version 12.0.013 is now available via the Nokia Software Updater. This update includes the Assisted-GPS which is hotly anticipated, and Symbian Guru talked about the other week.So get on the software updater and get downloading, make sure you let us all know what you think, what’s new, what’s hot, anything you don’t like, and if it’s not available in your area yet.”Check it here: via

Fring on the Sony Ericsson P990i !

Sony Ericsson's P990i Approved for the USA Finally fring for Sony Ericsson P990i is OUT! “You can get fring on your Sony Ericsson P990i in 3 steps:1. Check that you have the latest firmware. (Go to Main Menu / System Information. The latest firmware is R6D23). If you don’t have it, get it from Sony Ericsson. Go grab a cup of coffee – it will take about 15 minutes to install.2. Get an audio plug-in from fring here (takes about 5 seconds)3. Get fring via SMS as usual (fring should be up & running within about a minute as usual)Sony Ericsson fringsters will enjoy the same fring functionality as the rest of us (except no history yet).p.s for all those who have been asking us, fring doesn’t (yet) work on any other UIQ devices. Unfortunately the M600 and w950 won’t be compatible due to device limitations.”

Nokia Updates the N800

“Nokia finally released an update to its N800 running Internet Tablet OS 2007 Edition. The new update allows for Skype support, Flash 9 browser support, an 8GB memory card and better battery life. If you currently own an N800 and are a little peeved by the poor touch sensitivity, Nokia has you covered. In the new update, the company has increased its sensitivity, which means you might be able to work your way around the menu much easier than before. Last but not least, the N800 also sports its own Rhapsody player and is available now.” Check it here: via

The top 10 selling PDAs/Smart phones in May 2007 from Krusell

At Krusell’s top sellers list for May Sony Ericsson K790i/K800 is once again back at the first position. The strongly promoted multifunction device Nokia N95 is not far away from the first place, says Ulf Sandberg CEO at Krusell International AB.The Swedish manufacturer of carrying cases for portable electronics, Krusell, has released their “Top 10”-list for May 2007. The list is based upon the number of pieces of model specific mobile and smart phone cases that have been ordered from Krusell during May 2007. Krusell’s list is unique due to the fact that it reflects the sales of phones on six continents and in more than 50 countries around the globe.1. (1) Sony Ericsson K790i/K800i2. (5.) Nokia N953. (1) Nokia N734. (7) Nokia 63005. (9) Blackberry Pearl 8100 C/G/V6. (-) Sony Ericsson W810/8007. (3) Motorola Razr V38. (8) Sony Ericsson K750i/D750i/W800i9. (4.) Sony Ericsson W880i10.(-) Qtek 9600() = Last month’s position.Krusell International AB is a Swedish company exporting high-end cases around the world. After more than 10 years in the cell phone industry, Krusell is established as one of the leading brands in its niche. Besides cases for mobile and smart phones, Krusell also produces cases for PDAs, digital cameras, MP3-players and portable gaming. Most Krusell cases sold are equipped with their patented carrying solution, Multidapt. The headquarters of Krusell are located in Molndal, Sweden.