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“Palm will next month make available an unlocked version of its Treo 500 smartphone following the end of carrier’s Vodafone’s time offering the handset on an exclusive basis.Palm didn’t state what the 500’s specs will be, so we assume they’ll match those of the Vodafone model, the 500v – reviewed here. That means a 320 x 240, 65,536-colour display; tri-band GSM/GPRS connectivity and 3G; Bluetooth 2.0 with Extended Data Rate (EDR) technology; 256MB of Flash memory, of which 150MB is available to the user; and a Micro SD expansion slot.The 500 will run Windows Mobile 6.Palm said the Treo 500 will go on sale across Europe in January 2008. It did not disclose pricing. The 500v currently retails for 299 Pound.” via reghardware.co.uk
“Webot, a remote media platform for browsers and mobile devices, now features a custom interface for the Nokia N810 Internet Tablet. Touted as the first media player that lets N810 users access their media collection from anywhere over an internet connection, Webot customized its media search, sharing and player technologies to suite the tablet design.Webot also supports the Apple iPhone and iPod touch. A nice thing about the service is that it can search and stream media from Windows, Mac OS and Linux machines.More details at Webot” Thanks to mobilewhack for this report
Research in Motion Ltd.’s fiscal third-quarter profit more than doubled on strong demand for its BlackBerry smart phones by consumers and businesses.The company’s shares jumped more than 11 percent after Thursday’s earnings report came out.For the quarter ended Dec. 1, Canada-based RIM earned $370.5 million, or 65 cents per share, compared with $175.2 million, or 31 cents per share, in the same quarter last year.The company’s third-quarter revenue rose to $1.67 billion from $835.1 million last year.Analysts polled by Thomson Financial expected earnings of 62 cents per share on $1.65 billion in revenue.”It is clear from the results in this quarter that BlackBerry smartphones have crossed over from being viewed as a primarily enterprise product to being marketed as a strong mainstream offering,” said co-CEO Jim Balsillie, who added that 34 percent of RIM’s subscriber base are direct consumers. And 33 percent of subscribers are outside North America.RIM said about 1.65 million BlackBerry subscriber accounts were added during the quarter, and more than 3.9 million handsets were shipped.”It was really driven on stronger consumer volumes in December,” said Peter Misek, an analyst with Canaccord Adams.In its fourth fiscal quarter, RIM expects earnings of 66 cents to 70 cents per share on revenue of $1.8 billion to $1.87 billion.Balsillie said strong sales in the consumer market and outside North America will continue to spur growth. He said the increase in consumer subscriptions will make forecasting harder because that part of the business is new to RIM.”It makes the guidance even more impressive,” Misek said.Shares added $4.86, or 4.8 percent, to close at $106.99 in Thursday trading. The stock price jumped 11.63 percent to $119.43 after hours.The stock is up 151 percent since January as of Thursday’s close.”It’s just been on a rocket ship,” said Deepak Chopra, an analyst with National Bank Financial. “You’re going to see this company to grow for some time to come. This just shows they are executing phenomenally well.”Chopra said fears of an economic slow affecting RIM are overblown.The third-quarter results followed word RIM has been hit with a lawsuit by wireless communications company TeleCommunication Systems Inc. TeleCommunication claims in the lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, that RIM is infringing on its patent for technology that allows users to access multiple e-mail accounts on their wireless devices.