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The HTC Touch Pro2 is set to arrive in the U.S. on August 12. T-Mobile will carry the new HTC smartphone, which has a WVGA (480 x 800) touchscreen, slide-out QWERTY keyboard, and voice capabilities. The Touch Pro2 will run on T-Mobile’s 3G network and Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g). The Touch Pro2 has a 3.6-inch color display that slides back and tilts up to reveal a full QWERTY keyboard. The handset also comes equipped with a Web browser, location-based services and built-in GPS, and a 3.2-megapixel camera with autofocus for photos and video. Like many mobile operating systems today, the Touch Pro2 will feature a single contact view that displays conversation history with an individual regardless of whether... Read more...
Although the T-Mobile myTouch 3G won’t be available nationwide until August 5th, current T-Mobile customers can pre-order the phone to ensure they’re one of the first to get their hands on this much anticipated phone. Starting today, current T-Mobile customers can visit www.T-MobilemyTouch.com to order the company’s latest Android-powered device. T-Mobile is making the deal even sweeter by announcing that existing customers who order the phone during the pre-sales period from July 8-28 can qualify for delivery before the national retail launch. The T-Mobile myTouch 3G was designed by HTC and boasts of a sleek and lightweight look and feel. The handset has a full touchscreen with a virtual keyboard... Read more...
HTC unveiled its latest Android phone, the Hero, earlier in the week. Perhaps more exciting than the phone itself, however, was the custom Android interface called Sense. This UI lets users customize their device and provides better access to the information you want at a glance. The UI supports widgets, customized profiles, and consolidated views of various types of information. HTC has said its future devices will use this Sense UI. Now, we’re seeing more good news from the company, with various sources reporting that HTC CEO Peter Chou has confirmed the new HTC Sense user interface "will be available on some other existing devices." We don’t yet know which devices will be getting the Sense... Read more...
Man, what a month for cellphones! The Palm Pre, iPhone 3GS and T-Mobile myTouch 3G were just the beginning, as HTC has revealed its newest smartphone in back-to-back launch events in London and New York. While the handset hums along on Android, it's not a typical version of the OS. HTC asserts that its Hero is the world’s first Android-based phone with a customized user interface, a feature it's calling "Sense."The Hero doesn't look all that different that the T-Mobile G1. There's still a crooked chin, a full touchscreen and a rectangular design. According to HTC, it boasts an anti-fingerprint screen coating for improved smudge resistance and a longer lasting, clearer display. The white model... Read more...
Despite all the hoopla surrounding Google's Android open-source operating system for smartphones, so far only one phone is available to date that actually runs the Android OS--the HTC Dream (also knon as the T-Mobile G1). The HTC Dream is finally going to get some company in the form of only the second official Android phone to be announced--also from HTC--the HTC Magic. The HTC Magic will start shipping in "the spring," and it will initially only be available in Europe. European mobile phone service provider, Vodafone, snagged the initial exclusive rights to sell the HTC Magic in the U.K., Spain, Germany, and France (via SFR, which is co-owned by Vivendi and Vodafone). Vodafone claims that the... Read more...
Samsung already showcased its goods at Mobile World Congress 2009; now, it's HTC's turn. The company that delivered the Touch Pro and Touch Diamond has introduced successors to both of the aforementioned phones, and while neither of the new ones are drastic improvements, it's the little things that count. Both models seek to "balance function, form and cutting-edge technology to personalize the communication and mobile Internet experience," and in order to do just that, they have employed the same TouchFLO 3D interface (a Windows Mobile overlay) that was present on the prior models. The overlay brings important information to the top-level user interface, including quick access to people, messaging,... Read more...
Fennec, AKA Firefox Mobile, is targeted for an initial release on the Windows Mobile-powered HTC Touch Pro during the first week in February, according to a post of meeting minutes on the developer wiki. According to the minutes: We are targeting a Milestone release for the first week of February, targeting the HTC touch pro. We are two patches away from the meta goal of building from trunk. The tools changes have review from dougt, and are waiting for review from ted, who has promised review by the end of the week. NSPR changes are waiting for review from Nelson, who asked for and received a patch against NSPR trunk. Fennec has already been available on the Nokia N810 Internet Tablet, but that's... Read more...
Today HTC unveiled a new version of its GPS-centric Touch Cruise smartphone with a thinner design and new HTC Footprints software. Footprints builds on the concept of geotagging by making it possible for you to take notes and record audio clips that can be bundled into a digital postcard on your phone. This digital postcard includes your personal thoughts along with a picture and GPS location data. In addition to bundling images with useful information, Footprints can automatically name your postcards using location information. Utilizing Footprints, you can easily retrace your steps to a specific location by simply flipping through your photos. Although we’re not exactly sure how it works, Footprints... Read more...
We've got a couple of editors out in Las Vegas currently at the whirlwind that is the Consumer Electronics Show (myself included), and saw some cool stuff at an event this evening that we thought many of you would like to check out.  There are a few big announcements coming over the next couple of days that we'll be talking about in due time, and the show technically doesn't start until tomorrow, but that didn't stop some major players from showcasing their wares a bit early...          NVIDIA and Viewsonic NVIDIA was showing off a few things, including its Ion platform, which couples an NVIDIA chipset and IGP to Intel's Atom processor.  The tiny Ion... Read more...
It’s hard to avoid making comparisons to Apple’s iPhone when you mention the HTC Touch Diamond. Although they are very different phones running on different operating systems, the Touch Diamond is arguably one of the closest competitors in the U.S. market today to the popular iPhone in terms of unique touch controls, an attractive looking user interface, power and versatility. Even though the phones compete in some areas, it’s important to understand that there’s a big difference between the Touch Diamond and the iPhone in terms of their intended users. You see, HTC designed the Touch Diamond as a Windows Mobile, business-friendly device. Click the link below and take a look... Sprint HTC Touch... Read more...
It’s hard to avoid making comparisons to Apple’s iPhone when you mention the HTC Touch Diamond. Although they are very different phones running on different operating systems, the Touch Diamond is arguably one of the closest competitors in the U.S. market today to the popular iPhone in terms of unique touch controls, an attractive looking user interface, power and versatility. Even though the phones compete in some areas, it’s important to understand that there’s a big difference between the Touch Diamond and the iPhone in terms of their intended users. You see, HTC designed the Touch Diamond as a Windows Mobile, business-friendly device. Apple designed the iPhone from the ground up as a... Read more...
Apple's out with their new Mac Pro, and they've gone core crazy. Running two of Intel's  Quadcore Xeon processors at 3.2 GHz,  they're bound to appeal to the many Mac users that need lots of computing horsepower. “The new Mac Pro is the fastest Mac we’ve ever made,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing. “With 3.2 GHz 8-core Xeon processing, a 1600 MHz front side bus and 800 MHz memory, the new Mac Pro uses the fastest Intel Xeon architecture on the market.”The new Mac Pro features the latest Quad-Core Intel Xeon 5400 series processors based on state-of-the-art 45nm Intel Core microarchitecture running up to 3.2 GHz, each with 12MB of L2... Read more...
The High Tech Computer Corporation, who have a surprisingly low-tech sounding name, have announced the HTC Touch, a smartphone based on the Windows Mobile 6 platform with a 2.8 inch touch screen .  It allows the user to call up and control documents and browse web pages by sweeping their fingertip across the screen. Just like that other phone they're no doubt not trying to beat into the market by a few precious weeks. The HTC Touch is the first device to feature TouchFLO, the new underlying touch screen technology developed by HTC. Users sweep their finger up the display to launch an animated, three-dimensional interface comprising three screens: Contacts, Media and Applications.... Read more...
Welcome friends :) Things around the lab have quieted down for the evening, and most have gone home. However, before I follow suit, lets see what the Juicy Fairy brought in this afternoon. Here is your PM Nightcap... PimpRig Review: X-Micro Wireless-G Networking "I don't know about anyone else, but I for one haven't heard much about the company X-Micro. So I did a little research and found out that they haven't been around that long at all. The company was established in 1999, and develops Graphic Cards, Wireless Communication, and Digital Devices (likes MP3 Players). Today X-Micro has graciously provided a X-Micro WLAN 11g Router 108Mb, and the X-Micro WLAN 11g PCI 108Mb. That is a pretty big... Read more...
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