Archive for June 24th, 2008

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HTC Touch Diamond on Orange by end of June?

Just as a quick follow up to my pst a few weeks ago about the HTC Touch Diamond appearing in the June eddition of the Orange catalog in the ‘Coming Soon’ section (see below) I’ve just been told by one of the Orange business account managers that the Diamond will be released by Orange on Monday 30th June.

We believe that, as with other popular new handsets, Orange will only offer the Diamond to business customers initially. Although this is as yet unconfirmed it does sound about right as previous HTC handsets, the Orange M700 and HTC TyTN II were only offered to business customers for about the first month after launch.

I’m seeking confirmation at the moment and will share further news as I get it.

Posted by: Matt

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Review Vito Audio Notes for Windows Mobile

image In our previous post about the sound quality of the HTC Diamond, we used Vito Audio Notes software to record both sides of a telephone conversation between ourselves and MSMobiles, so moving on from that we thought it would be a good idea to have a quick overview of the software.

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Orange launches dance powered charger

Wave your arms in the air and charge your phone

orange dance charger Orange today announced the launch of a mobile phone charger prototype that is powered by dance energy. The Orange Dance Charge is the result of months of research into alternate, sustainable energy sources to power mobile phones during summer music festivals.

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Nokia plans to buy Symbian and establish Symbian Foundation

image Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Motorola and NTT DOCOMO announced today their intent to unite Symbian OS(TM), S60, UIQ and MOAP(S) to create one open mobile software platform. Together with AT&T, LG Electronics, Samsung Electronics, STMicroelectronics, Texas Instruments and Vodafone they plan to establish the Symbian Foundation to extend the appeal of this unified software platform. Membership of this non-profit Foundation will be open to all organizations.

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