Samsung SGH P520 Armani Phone!

“As we thought the Samsung SGH-P520 will be the next Prada phone, apparently the P520 touch screen phone will be made for Armani. Built with an extremely slim size, this calculator size phone is only 8.9mm thickness. But this does not limit the camera module, a 3 megapixel camera module is used on the phone. 50MB internal memory will be sufficient for normal used. The specification posted earlier below is correct. It will be sold at $400 euro, expect to reach Europe in this year.Specifications:
Network: Triband GSM with EDGE
Size: 88 x 54 x 8.9 mm
Weight: 102 grams
Display Screen: QVGA touchscreen, 262k colors, around 2.6-inch
3 megapixel camera
50MB internal memory
microSD card slot
Bluetooth (A2DP capable)
WiFi with UMA
Document viewer
960mAh battery
Up to 180 minutes talk time
Up to 220 hours standby time” via

KDE ported to Nokias Linux powered Web tablets N770 and N800!

“A community developer has ported Linux’s KDE desktop environment to Nokia’s Internet tablets. The port appears to run on both the N800 and — with the addition of an RS-MMC card upgrade — the older 770 tablet. The port actually was released back in March for the N800. However, it got a new round of attention this week, when a blogger posted instructions on installing it on the older 770. “It purrs like a kitten, believe it or not,” the post enthused.The 770, which shipped in January of 2006, was the first of Nokia’s Linux-based web tablets. It was replaced in less than a year by the N800, leaving some early adopters feeling a bit abandoned, despite Hacker Edition ports — upgrades that include all but the licensed, third-party components of Nokia’s Tablet OS. Nokia’s Tablet OS broke with a long tradition in PDAs and other mobile devices, by eschewing “embedded” software development frameworks such as Qt, MicroWindows, and MiniGUI. Instead, it uses Gnome, a desktop environment and application development framework. KDE is the main competitor to Gnome in the desktop Linux world. Since Nokia’s adoption of Gnome, lots of work has been done on the environment to optimize it for small footprint devices. For example, this past April, the Gnome Foundation sprouted a Mobile and Embedded Initiative.When he released his original port of KDE 3.5.6 for Nokia’s Tablet OS back in March, “PenguinBait” wrote, “I have not even used KDE since like when 2.0 was new, but I always liked it over gnome, personally.” The community developer also encouraged participation in building a complete and stable KDE-based environment for the device. About 300 pages at InternetTabletTalk now mention KDE. However, a recent poll there found that more than two-thirds of those surveyed plan to wait until the port is more mature before trying it out.” via

Documents To Go Premium 3 for Win Mobile 5 and 6 Standard Devices is now available

htc_vogue.jpg“Finally! There is a way to create new files as well as edit documents & attachments on your Windows Mobile 5.0/6.0 smartphone! This is a must have for the mobile professional needing to use Office files while on the go. Never again get stuck on the road with a file you can’t open!Whether it’s a file from your PC or an e-mail attachment, Documents To Go allows you to use these files the same way you do on your desktop computer. It’s that easy. Now you can have your forecasts, contracts, product manuals, part numbers, budget charts, purchase orders, directions, to-do lists, sales presentations, bank statements, school work, manuscripts, or any other kind of Office document at your fingertips with full editing capabilities!Documents To Go is built upon InTact Technology which ensures 100% fidelity of your files after they are edited on the handheld. No other mobile Office program incorporates this cutting edge technology. Feel confident that your original desktop documents will not lose any graphics or formatting once edited on the handheld. Your mobile device is the link to the office. Give it the program that truly makes it smart and useful while on the road. Documents To Go is simply one of those “must haves” for your smartpone. Features: Features in Documents To Go: •Create, view, & edit Word, Excel and PowerPoint files on your smartphone. •View the new Word & Excel 2007 formats. •View PDF files and attachments. •InTact Technology ensures your files NEVER lose formatting. •Support for Zip files. Compressed files and attachments can be unzipped on your smartphone. •Password protected Word & Excel files created on your PC can be unlocked and opened on the smartphone. This keeps important files from falling into the wrong hands. •Make last minute changes or add new slides to your PowerPoint presentations. •Edit your speaking notes in Notes View of presentations. •No learning curve! Similar look & feel of the Office programs on your PC. No other mobile Office program is as intuitive & reliable as Documents To Go. File Types Supported: View and edit files moved from your Desktop PC to your Smartphone as well as any e-mail attachment you receive. Documents To Go supports: •Word •Excel •PowerPoint •Zip ,TXT ,PDF Word & Excel 2007 files are view only.”Check it here:

Sony PlayStation Phone Will Lack PSP Branding, Launch in February

” Sony has been pretty good about tackling every segment of the cell phone market. They have the Walkman line to satiate our need for mobile music, the Bravia line (in Asia) for mobile TV, and a whole whack of business handhelds for guys in suits. But what about mobile gaming?We’ve been hearing about a PlayStation Phone for a long time and now a new set of rumors has risen to the surface. For starters, the supposed launch date will be in February of next year. Next, they say that the PSPhone will not have any PlayStation or PSP branding on it, possibly opening up to a new sub-brand for their cell phone games.According to Mobile Entertainment, the Sony gaming phone will be “100% gaming focused”, complete with motion-sensing capabilities. You should probably think about that in terms of SIXAXIS, rather than Wii. Network gaming is also a possibility.” via