Nokia, along with its partner Microsoft, unveiled its new smartphone which comes in two models that will use the Windows operating system. The companies are hoping to become bigger players in the market now dominated by Apple and devices using Android software.
Here is an interesting comparison between two of the best mobile phone screens out there… the Samsung Super AMOLED and Sony Super LCD.
Check out Mark Selby’s video introduction to Nokia World below. This is the video teaser for the upcoming Nokia World 2009 event in Stuttgart, Germany, on September 2-3 2009.
Apple just announced the iPhone 3GS, their latest release in the iPhone family. Take a look at all the new features of the iPhone 3GS in this video tour with demos of features such as video editing, voice control and many more.
If finding answers in the real-world resulted in the same kind of unrelated and overwhelming information that most search engines provide you with, something easy like finding a new cell phone could take months. The new decision engine, Bing, will help make your searches quick and painless by helping you avoid search overload syndrome and letting you get the information you need.
Apple has today introduced their latest iPhone television ad. Titled “Read”, it continues to publicize the collection of massive third-party software available at their App Store:
“One of the great things about the iPhone is that if you want to read a restaurant review, there is an app for that (Yelp); if you want to read an MRI, there is an app for that (OsiriX); and if you just want to read a regular novel, of course, it has such an app (Classics).
Yup, there is an app for just about everything, only on the iPhone.”