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Samsung introduces touch screen

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Samsung has recently introduced EZON (SHS-1110) touchscreen door locks which is designed with aluminum-alloy construction and black colored tempered glass with touch sensor.its nice one good looking in display. It is priced at $180

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August 30, 2007 Posted by | Best mobiles, Cell Phone, Mobile events, mobile Fun, Mobile news, samsung, samsung touch screen | 2 Comments

UltraIM Pro : Version 1.2 for Nokia / Motorola and sonyEricsson

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UltraIM Pro is the best, feature-rich mobile MSN client. It supports not only text chatting, Smileys, but also files and photos sharing between MSN clients and mobile MSN clients. Furthermore, UltraIM Pro also supports other advanced MSN features, like “MSN display picture” changing and receiving. This software is really the best MSN mobile application that you can find. It is the most popular dedicated MSN mobile application and is recommended between MSN lovers. Our target is to deploy full.

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Main AdvantageSend photos or files to your MSN friends via absolute peer-to-peer way. UltraIM Pro supports genuine P2P file sending like real MSN does. Unlike other mobile instant messengers on the market, most of them upload photos or files to their server first, then notify your MSN friend to download them again. UltraIM Pro sends photos and files to your MSN friends directly, never passed by our server!

The only mobile messenger supports “MSN display picture” changing and receiving! UltraIM Pro is the only mobile messenger that supports “MSN display picture” and utilizes the power of your camera phone. All you have to do is to take pictures and set it as your display picture in UltraIM Pro, then buddies chatting with you will see the picture automatically! The picture sharing is implemented by peer-to-peer technology, never passed by any server. Once the picture is transferred it won`t be transferred again, because receivers have cached the picture, just like real MSN does!

UltraIM Pro is real proxyless. Why proxyless is very important? It means you can connect as a standard MSN client without any compromise. And connecting to the public MSN network directly can save you money by reducing network flow significantly. In order to provide a fast, economical and full-functionality service, UltraIM Pro connects you directly to the public MSN network, not via proxy server.

Features

  • Sound notification for selected users when they are online NEW!
  • Message templates NEW!
  • Change in contact’s icon for incoming messages NEW!
  • A bandwidth usage meter NEW!
  • Auto detected, scalable icons for high resolution phones (Nokia N80, N90, etc…)   NEW!
  • Send photos or files to your MSN friends via genuine peer-to-peer way
  • The only mobile messenger supports “MSN display picture” changing and receiving
  • Save chat history
  • Real proxyless, connect directly to the public MSN network
  • Support sign in status (you can pre-set your status before signing in)
  • Presence as on mobile device or on PC
  • Add and remove contacts. Contact list keep synchronized with MSN client on your PC automatically
  • Support classification by groups or online/offline status, you can manage up to hundreds of contacts easily
  • Block and unblock contacts
  • Support multiple conversation sessions
  • Invite multiple contacts to join one conversation (create a conference)
  • Change your display name and status at any moment
  • Built in about 40 emoticons
  • Sound notification for login, error and new messages
  • Support multiple characters, including English, all Western, Cyrillic, Central European languages and Far Eastern languages
  • One time license fee and free updates

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August 30, 2007 Posted by | best mobile applications, E90 applications, Mobile Application, mobile Fun, Mobile games, Mobile Software, msn on mobile, UltraIM Pro : Version 1.2 | Leave a comment

Nokia Launchies two high end mobile N95 and N81

A glimpse at the two high-end phones

Let’s step back from the marketing spin and take a closer look at the two high-end models, the N95 and the N81.

The N81 has 3G and WLAN connectivity, an optional 8GB of microSD removable storage for up to 6,000 songs, a 2.4″ 320×240 display, Bluetooth 2.0 support, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and an FM radio, all in a slide-phone form factor. One of the highlights of the N81 is its ability to play games in the landscape mode, thanks to two gaming buttons on the top of the screen. One of the newest features Nokia announced is an improved UI, which is available in this phone and works in a “pane-driven rotary manner on the screen.” Nokia also claimed that the N81, which is priced roughly at 360 euros, or about $586, is the lead mobile phone for its music and N-Gage services.

 

The revamped Symbian Nokia N95 features a 2.8″ 320×240 display and 8GB of built-in memory. Little changed in terms of additional features; Nokia kept the dual-slide function which reveals media playback controls on one end and a phone pad at the other, as well as its Bluetooth support, HSDPA and WAN connectivity, and 5-megapixel camera. In London, Nokia’s president and CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo also displayed the phone’s ability to play video on a television by hooking it up to the big-screen using a TV-out cable. The N95 is priced at a sky-high 560 euros, or $764, somehow managing the impossible: making the iPhone look like a bargain.

Both phones will ship in the UK in October. The N95 is currently available in the UK through T-Mobile and Vodaphone, so we expect the newest models to be available at those outlets as well.

Source: http://arstechnica.com/news.ars/post/20070829-nokia-announces-four-new-phones-music-and-gaming-services.html

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August 30, 2007 Posted by | Best mobiles, Cell Phone, Entertainment, Mobile Application, Mobile events, mobile facts, mobile Fun, Mobile games, Mobile news, Mobile Software, n95, Nokia, Nokia N81 | 2 Comments