Motorola MILESTONE XT720 Review

“The first thing we notice about the Motorola MILESTONE XT720 is its shine. The front panel is reflective to the point that it can double up as a mirror. The back panel contrasts this to great effect with a navy blue matte brushed metal finish, adding both grip and a solid feel. Despite being only 10.9mm thick, this phone feels chunky for a touch screen handset of this size. With its angular styling, when compared with other touch-screen handsets such as the curvaceous HTC Desire, the edgy MILESTONE XT720 feels larger in the hand and pocket than its specs make out.” Read more here:

Acer Liquid Metal Runs Android 2.2 OS

 align=“Apparently, Acer is planning to launch another Android device. The Android smartphone is said to be named as Liquid Metal for its aluminum feel, comes with Android 2.2 and a full capacitive touch screen.
It features a 3.6-inch 800 x 480 capacitive touchscreen, an 800MHz Qualcomm MSM7230-1 processor, Bluetooth 3.0, and a camera. The Liquid Metal has an aluminum casing. There are no further information regarding the availability or pricing on the Liquid Metal. But, we’ll keep an eye on it.” via

Apple iOS 4.1 Update Released for the iPhone and iPod touch

Apple iOS 4.1 Gaming Center

“Apple has introduced a promised system software update for its smartphone and handheld. iOS 4.1 is the debut of this company’s gaming-oriented social networking service, as well as other enhancements and bug fixes. Game Center was first unveiled several months ago, but is just now being released. It allows users to play head-to-head games, challenge friends, etc. iOS 4.1 also allows users to rent some TV shows for just 99 cents. Most of the other enhancements are a bit more minor, such as improvements to the camera’s image quality and the ability to upload high definition video over a Wi-Fi connection. In addition, this update includes a fix for the proximity sensor issue that some iPhone 4 users have reported. This causes the screen to turn itself back on during phone calls.
Available for Download Now

The iOS 4.1 update is available for the iPhone 4, 3GS, and 3G, as well as the three most recent versions of Apple’s iPod touch. However, the oldest versions of these devices will not get support for Game Center. To install the latest version of Apple’s operating system, connect the smartphone or handheld computer to the Mac or PC running iTunes that the device normally synchronizes with.” via