Tag Archives: cellphones

ModeLabs release Eco-Friendly cellphones

With everyone worrying about the environment and global warming, its amazing that people just started going on the environment craze with cell phones. There are 3 new phones that Modelabs just released: the YoYo, U-Turn, and Runaway, which are all designed to have the least amount of impact on the environment. The phones are made to pull power from the ...

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Unboxing the 3.2MP Toshiba TX80 (811T) UMTS music phone

SmarTone-Vodafone Hong Kong announced the migration of Toshiba Softbank 811T (TX80) phone at ITU Telecom World just 2 weeks ago. Gearfuse managed to grab not one, but three of these to snap pictures for you. Coming up is an exclusive spot review of the TX80 phone, first in any non-Asian language site on the internet. In any case, prior to ...

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NetCafe frenziness will push up Asus sales by 50%

Asus currently takes up 1/3 of the world’s computer motherboard market, and they have been doing that by striving to expand the market themselves. At a press conference on Friday, Asus indicated that they would join forces with intel (not AMD), they even projected that their sales will increase by another 50% in 2007, if they manage to meet their ...

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Never recharge a solar-powered cell phone

The boys over in Japan at NTT DoCoMo created the newest type of mobile phone: solar powered. This new device is a flip phone in a Gameboy sp like design covered in solar panels on the outside. This could solve all those problems of having your battery die at its most crucial moment, or better yet, traveling with all those ...

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Why can’t you ever dial on Jan1 0:00?

A lot of people have been asking why on earth can’t we call/send new year and Christmas messages on time. The answer is simple, it’s because the lines are jammed. It might mean nothing to the phone users whether it is the system that is crashed or really the traffic that is jammed, but to the network providers, it makes ...

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A few moments with the G-shock G’zOne phone creators, Casio Japan

What are the 2 things that come into mind with the word Casio? Anorexic cameras and G-shock watches. If you are a Verizon user, you must have hard the G’zOne phone, which was sold under the brand of UTStarcom, and you would probably be aware that the G’zOne phone is the G-shock phone, developed by Casio in Japan and later ...

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New red Aliph Jawbone redefines the Bluetooth headset style

The Aliph Jawbone Bluetooth headset was created to revolutionize how headsets worked and the quality with which they delivered you your conversations. It works with multiple tiny microphones to provide a superb noise-canceling headset that improves call quality. It is able to detect the difference between your voice and every other ambient sound that shouldn’t be put through to the ...

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APC-20000 mobile charger: Pump up your phone battery 20 times more

We cannot live without batteries, just face it, they’re never enough. The laptop has to shut down when you’re engaging in the best IM conversation, the PSP has to go off when you are about to fight the boss, your phone has to die when the call you have been waiting for the whole day arrives. Here’s a little gadget ...

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Samsung SPH-B5800 gets you there quick

With more cars being put on the road daily (and even worse drivers…if that’s possible), you’ve got to expect more traffic. More traffic calls for alternative routes. How to you determine whether you need a new route? The Samsung SPH-B5800 lives to serve. With it’s T-DMB TV technology with real time traffic information, you’ll never have to wait in traffic ...

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2007 will be a year of phone geek Buffet, says AU KDDI

You know how the Japanese mobile business works, it’s really different from the rest of the world. Operators in Japan take the lead in product development, they decide what should be included in the new series, out-source the development to manufacturers and then buy in the phones as OEMs. (To read more, try the link quoted below) Since the Mobile ...

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