Archive for September 17th, 2010

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BlackBerry Torch 9800 Unboxing Video


As you can imagine I was rather excited when I got a phone call today from RIM to say that they had a Torch review unit in at long last. It seems like ages ago that I was at the launch event where we saw the live stream from the States where the Torch 9800 was launched on AT&T.

Now it our turn here in the UK. This is the first slider from RIM and I am reserving my thoughts on its success until I have used the device for a few days. It is kind of weird as I am used to using the Bold 9700 and an iPhone4 but not a combination of full QWERTY and a touch screen on the same device. It is going to take some getting used to.

Check out the unboxing below and keep your eyes peeled for the full review which should be online in the next week or so.

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New HTC Sense Announced with

HTC Logo

Along side the brand new Desires, unveiled the latest version of HTC Sense with a lot of cool features. And according to HTC, Sense is not a UI or an overlay, but rather something else, maybe magical? Running on Android 2.2, the new Sense brings features such as cache data for maps, a digital compass and it cuts down launch time to just 10 seconds! It also brings Lauching next month, is similar to MobileMe for the iPhone, as it enables users of  owners to backup of texts and contacts, locate their lost phone on a map and even remote wipe the Device straight from the website 
See a full list of the new features below:

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Seesmic for Windows Phone 7


Not long to go now until we get an official Windows Phone 7 release date and in the meantime it’s great that we are slowly getting to see more and more of what we can expect once the platform is made public.

The below video is a prime example. Seesmics Twitter client is pretty huge on the Android and BlackBerry platforms and the developers have been working on a version for WP7.

As you will see it looks pretty sweet and totally different to on the existing OS’s.

Check out the video after the break.

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