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Monday 17 September 2007

Sony Ericsson files for touch sensitive keypad patent    [ 17-09-2007 14:12 ]

Author: Ver Kozlova   Source: Unwired View     Translation by: Rytchkova Anja    Send news to friend  Discuss in forum

Sony Ericsson is the last one from the “great five” to pay attention to touch interface in mobile phones. The company filed for a patent, which deals with a touchscreen displaying virtual buttons in compact devices.

 

There are no patent details, which make it original, especially taking into account existing models with the implemented idea. Probably Sony Ericsson will be able to derive benefit from similar products by other companies.

The source doesn’t say whether Sony Ericsson would develop products based on its recent concept, however that’s possible.

Rating: Rating: 3

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Nokia N94i running Windows Mobile a Chinese fake?    [ 17-09-2007 11:13 ]

Author: Ver Kozlova     Translation by: Rytchkova Anja    Send news to friend  Discuss in forum

The Engadget.com has recently posted pictures of an upcoming Nokia N94i, which is peculiar for running the Microsoft Windows Mobile OS, not Symbian. On the photos we see “winxp.jpg” indicator.



Now it became obvious that the pics dealt with a Chinese knockoff, which in fact was made by Chinese themselves. The source corrected the news. Nokia has barely planned a smartphone with such index (“4” is rarely used by the company because of “Eastern superstitions”). As a matter of fact the penetration of Microsoft info the Nokia world has seen just few examples: Windows Live services integrated in Intellisync and a couple of car navigators.

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Waiting for Nokia 8900?    [ 17-09-2007 09:35 ]

Author: Serge Novikov     Translation by: Rytchkova Anja    Send news to friend  Discuss in forum

After the Nokia 8900 molds (showcase samples) had become available at eBay auction, the NokiaPort.de posted live pics of the model confirming the fact that Nokia really had the phone. It’s highly possible that soon we’ll hear the official announcement of the Nokia phone and see it in sale.

I’d like to say some works about the eBay pictures:

The seller has been working at eBay auction for a long time offering mobile phones and their molds. By the way I noticed that the seller gets latest mobile devices among the first.

Rating: Rating: 5

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