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Posted November 6th, 2007 in Miscellaneous and Mobile Phones

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Another nudge to iPhone. Time named iPhone the “Invention of the year” for five reasons.

1. The iPhone is pretty

2. It’s touchy-feely

3. It will make other phones better

4. It’s not a phone, it’s a platform

5. It is but the ghost of iPhones yet to come

When all that is left from the mankind would be a capsule with Google, E.T. would think that iPhone is a term for all phones. Like that Xerox thing.

Time

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Oh, and by the way, here is a sweet company to our luxury pack. These are iPhones, encrusted with hundreds of diamonds. The creator of this mod, Amosu, is known for loading up mobile phones with precious gems and metals. This precious iPhone has 420 diamonds (5.65 carats), and can be set in 18-karat white or yellow gold.

This iPhone — over $40,000. Reading Gadgetsmonkey.com — priceless.

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We made complete compare on Apple iPods versus Microsoft Zunes. And now it’s time to compare popular Series 60 Touch User Interface with Apple’s iPhone. A S60 clamied to be the first iPhone serial killer, this must be really interesting.

See 5 Reasons, why S60 Touch Interface is better than iPhone inside of this article

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iphone003.jpgLetsTalk published the results of a survey which asked if respondents planned to buy the iPhone when it becomes available this summer.

18 % said yes, 52 % said no and 31 % said not sure.
Respondents were allowed to give multiple answers to why they did not plan to buy the iPhone, including
– Concern about iPhone’s expected cost (49%)
– Satisfaction with their current cell phone’s features (48%)
– Didn’t want to switch carriers/get out of contract (~23%)

They didn’t count mine ‘omgno can’t wait want this one’

asus-aura-concept-sm.jpg So, everyone who waited the Apple iPhone and wondered if there can be a better phone, than here is something. Asus shown the brilliant Aura phone concept which is slimmer than the slimmest and the slickest one around. The phone has a frontal adorned by a fantastic 3.9 inch LCD screen that surfaces the entire phone. A touchscreen, yes!

That’s not all; the 97×49×6mm frame also accommodates a 2 megapixel shooter, a QWERTY keyboard that is ridiculously slender and a microSD card slot. as far as network and connectivity specs are concerned, there’s a lot to smile about as it provides support for GSM, HSPDA, UMTS, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The second really nice try after the LG Prada KE850 in challenging the iPhone.

20070208130714890_1.jpg Samsung announced its latest addition to their Ultra line of phones with the Ultra Smart F700. Or as we like to call it, the only phone we’ve seen with the potential to be the iPhone killer. The phone will be displayed at the 3GSM World Congress.

The F700 has a pretty looking touchscreen, which happens to be very iPhone-esque. Samsung goes one step ahead of Apple in this case and adds in a QWERTY keyboard. Accessible after the touch screen slides out of place.

The F700 isn’t only a pretty face, but has the features to back it up. VibeTonz technology adds a vibration to every button so users can tell where their hands are. The F700 also delivers a “drag and drop” like interface on the touchscreen, meaning easier navigation and control for us users.

From AVING:

The Ultra Smart reflects the latest speed of 7.2 Mbps under the High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) network.

A full HTML browser along with the QWERTY key pad enables easy access to the internet for e-mail and data services.

The device features 5 mega-pixel camera with auto focus and Bluetooth. With 7.2 Mbps HSDPA, it makes it easier to watch videos, listen to songs, share high-quality photos, or catch up on email on the move.

Can Samsung bring the iPhone down a peg? We shall see.

lg__ke850__prada_3_jpg.jpgLG and Prada announced their first fashionable touchscreen-phone. Though Apple had stolen their thunder but it definitely is a high-end thing in mobile phones world.

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Posted January 16th, 2007 in Mobile Phones

So, what’s more about that trademark dispute between Cisco and Apple for the ?