Samsung's new TouchWiz UI preview at phonescoop!

“Samsung was showing off two new finger-touch phones at MWC this year: the F480 and F490. Unfortunately, both are tri-band GSM for Europe and Asia, so they won’t be offered directly in the States, and we wouldn’t really recommend them for use the US. However, the two phones represent Samsung’s second generation of finger-touch phones, and run a new version of Samsung’s finger-touch UI. We hope to see similar phones for the US announced at CTIA in a few weeks. ” More photos here:

Pocket Express adds new device support for Symbian OS and BlackBerry

From Mobile World Congress: Handmark, a global leader in mobile media, today announced new UK versions of its award-winning Pocket Express news and information service.Pocket Express for many S60 Symbian OS handsets is available now in a version optimized with local content for the UK, and will soon be available for the best selling new BlackBerry devices as well.”The new versions of Pocket Express represent our commitment to providing mobile customers around the world a free and easy to use service with the most current, most complete details about where they live and where they’re going,” said Paul Reddick, Handmark CEO.These all-new versions of Pocket Express offer free access to essential BBC news, global weather and minute-by-minute score reports for UK and European footballer fans.A suite of premium services are also available through Pocket Express, including updates from global financial markets, flight status for more than 75,000 international destinations from over 3,500 airports, cinema show times throughout the UK, and fast access to the authoritative New Oxford Dictionary of English and companion Oxford Thesaurus. Pocket Express combines these services with the world’s first mobile live personal assistant, MobileCierge. With one tap, customers can speak to a live assistant who can help solve almost any personal, travel, medical, or emergency-related request anywhere in the world.Handmark is demonstrating Pocket Express on the S60 Third Edition Symbian OS service in the Nokia booth (Hall 8, Stand 8B169), as well as showcasing the pre-release UK version of Pocket Express for BlackBerry in the RIM booth (Hall 8, Stand 8B56).To download the new UK version of Pocket Express for Symbian OS visit