Samsung G810 review: Zoom on Symbian!

“It’s pretty obvious Samsung G810 is having a go at Nokia N95 8GB. We’re yet to see about how timely an attempt it is and if the top dog is to fear dethronement. G810 tops the Nokia feature pack with xenon flash, lens cover and face detection. Let’s not forget the 3x optical zoom, which is still enough of a rarity. All this comes at the expense of a tad smaller screen: Samsung G810 features a 2.6-inch display, while Nokia N95 8GB has a 2.8-inch one.” Read more here:

Motorola A1600 Available in China?

ming-a1600-rumor-4 “While we saw the early info on the Motorola MOTOMING 2 A1600 last year December, its prototype is now being sold in China.Motorola Ming 2 A1600 specs include: Quad band GSM (850/900/1800/1900), GPRS connectivity Faster CPU Linux OS 3.2 megapixel camera with autofocus and LED flashlight Wi-Fi connectivity Built-in AGPS receiver 17.5 mm thin Talking dictionary 3 built in games (skiing, bowling and racing 3D games)” More photos here:

Google opens its APIs to iPhone SDK

“Google has pushed out a new release of its GData Objective-C Client Library that adds support for the Google Contacts Data API and YouTube API. What this means, in a nutshell, is that applications written in Objective-C (including those created for the iPhone) can take advantage of features like uploading video to a YouTube account or directly editing their Google account contacts. In fact, the new GData Objective-C Client Library is completely compatible with the iPhone SDK. Per a Google blog post: “Perhaps you want your iPhone software to send photos to a Picasa Web Albums account, or keep a journal of phone calls automatically in Blogger. Maybe your iPhone application accesses a database of information from a Google Spreadsheet or from Google Base. With the Google Data APIs Objective-C Client Library, creating software for these tasks is straightforward.” “If you are writing iPhone software, just drag the “GData Sources” group folder from the GData project file into your iPhone project, and use the GData APIs as you would when writing a Mac application. ” The Gdata Objective-C Client Library project page has more information.” via