Why the Nokia 5800 is good news for the iPhone

“Let me get this little bugbear out of the way first. The 5800 is no iPhone killer, because there is no “iPhone killer”. Similarly, there is no “Android killer”, “S60 killer”, etc. These phones are in competition at the high end of the market, but the implication of the “x killer” is that this phone will win! This is a misnomer, as there is no “winner” and no finish line. The idea of the uber-device is a gadget fan’s dream that will not be fulfilled until the release of the SuperOmniBrain. Even then, SuperOmniBrain v2 will be right around the corner.” Read more here:

Samsung ACE Can Now be Upgraded to Windows Mobile 6.1

“Today Sprint and Samsung announced key enhancements, including GPS to support Sprint Navigation, Windows Mobile 6.1 and the addition of Office Mobile 6.1 for the Samsung ACE. The new software’s downloading instructions are available at http://www.samsungmobileusa.com/i325/upgrade
than Windows Mobile 6.1 upgrade, the GPS will be enhanced to provide support applications such as Sprint Navigation. Sprint Navigation provides audio and visual turn-by-turn directions, more than 10 million local listings, and one-click traffic rerouting on compatible phones, similar to an in-vehicle GPS system.
“The software upgrades make the Samsung ACE more powerful and easy-to-use than ever before,” said Bill Ogle, Chief Marketing Officer for Samsung Mobile. “Our customers want to be able to do business whether they are in or out of the office and the ACE’s new features make working while on-the-go even better.”
The Samsung ACE is available in Sprint for $99.99, with a two-year service agreement and a $100 mail-in-rebate.” via slashphone.com