Demo video of new Nokia NGage

“The new generation game console by Nokia N-Gage is likely to be supported by S60 3rd Edition smartphones. The company announced the new N-Gage last year and scheduled the release for the mid of this year.A web source has shared the video clip demonstrating capabilities of the new platform. It is surprisingly of good quality and displays some games, including race, soccer, arcade, fight and so on. This clip suggest that 3D graphics is well implemented in the new N-Gage.” via

LG Shine comes in Titanium Black

“Following the phenomenal success of the first LG Shine handset within the Black Label Series, LG Electronics today unveils a striking addition to the LG Shine, the LG Shine ‘Titanium Black’. Boasting the same amazing features as the original LG Shine handset, the full metal bodied jacket has received a makeover, turning it a dark and sophisticated metallic grey.Taking influence from futuristic trends, the LG Shine ‘Titanium Black’ presents a handset with a mature and refined finish. Edgier than black and more chic than silver, LG Shine ‘Titanium Black’ combines the best of both looks and will allow both men and women to shine. Those who loved LG Shine the first time around will be clamouring to get their hands on this new addition to the range, confirming LG as style leaders.A fully metal bodied super-slim handset, the LG Shine launched in the UK market in February 2007. The sleek design defies its high-tech functionality which includes a 2 mega-pixel camera by Schneider Kreuznach. Access to LG Shine’s menu system is by an easy-to-use multi-function scroll wheel and on board software includes a comprehensive music player (with MP3 WAV and AAC++), GPRS and EDGE network compatibility and Bluetooth.LG Shine ‘Titanium Black’ will be launched in the UK, France, Netherlands and Austria. It will be available in major mobile dealerships from the end of July.” via

Nokia N800 to be succeeded by a QWERTY device?

The Net has boomed with photos of a device which is seemingly coming to take the place of the Internet-tablet we all know, the Nokia N800. As you might remember the N800 runs on Linux platform and has no keyboard whatsoever, allowing only touch-screen based data input. Unlike the predecessor, the newcomer boasts a slide-out thumbboard, but that’s about it – no specific details on the new tablet have been unveiled as yet. And among all other things, the quality of the images you can see below leaves much to be desired. ” via

Motorola sees quarterly loss, lower revenue

“Motorola Inc. forecast a second-quarter loss Wednesday and said it no longer expects its mobile device business to be profitable for 2007, blaming weak sales of cell phones in Asia and Europe.Motorola which also named a new head for its mobile devices unit, said it expects a second-quarter net loss from continuing operations of 2 to 4 cents per share on sales of $8.6 billion to $8.7 billion.The company had previously forecast that second-quarter sales would be essentially flat, with first-quarter sales of $9.4 billion.The news came at the end of a day when Motorola shares rose as much as 3 percent on rumors that Chief Executive Ed Zander would resign amid a campaign by an activist shareholder to oust him.Motorola didn’t mention Zander in its announcement but said Stu Reed, a supply chain executive, would become president of its mobile devices unit. It said Reed would report to Chief Operating Officer Greg Brown.The company also said it is postponing its annual analysts’ meeting until September, citing “the management changes and other recent business realignments.” The meeting had been expected to take place July 23.Motorola, whose competitors include Nokia and Qualcomm, said it expects second-quarter cell phone shipments of about 35 million to 36 million handsets.It also backtracked on its previous target for the mobile unit to make a profit for the full year and said the unit would experience bigger operating losses in the second quarter than in the first” via