Monday, March 21, 2011

AT&T want's to buy T-Mobile with 39 billion

In USA, monday brought many surprising news when the world's biggest mobile operator AT&T told their plan to buy T-Mobiles U.S. Title with 39 billion dollars.

If the transaction would be done, Verizon and AT&T would have nearly 80% share of the U.S. mobile phone market. Authorities may prevent the transaction, and complaints about the transaction will definitely be in record numbers.

AT&T, Verizon or T-Mobile? Choose yours.

Sunday, March 20, 2011

ZTE planning to make windows phone

Chinese phonemaker ZTE has confirmed that they are planning to make windows phone. We can expect it hitting the market somewhere in 2012. ZTE's main focus is still in Android, but who knows what the future brings.

What you think?

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Adobe Flash Player 10.2 released on Android

This update is meant to Android 2.2 and 2.3, it's also available for Android 3.0 tablets. You can download it free from Android Market. Adobe Flash Player 10.2 brings better dual-core support, better integrated content and lower battery consumption, so remember to download it if you have Android!

What phone/phones you are using?

What phone you are using? Tell us in the comments section! You can also add plus & cons.

I'am using Nokia n86 8mp and planning to buy Nokia n9 when it comes.

Samsung Galaxy S taking lead in gpu benchmark!

Here is the benchmark:

HTC Thunderbolt review

Engadget has released HTC Thunderbolt review, check it out HERE!

Do you have HTC thunderbolt? If not, do you want it? Comment!

maemo 6 device coming? (N950)

So it might be clear to some but not to everyone, but before Nokia’s MeeGo device is actually released, a Harmattan device (aka Maemo 6) may be released first which will be compatible with MeeGo 1.2.

From meego session in San Fransisco: