Archive for October 5th, 2010

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Mobile Tech Addicts Podcast 90: 1,2,3,4 come on baby say you love me…

Web banner Gareth, James and Andy get together for a little chat about Blackberry’s new and exciting devices, the 9800 and the Playbook. Andy rants about the Nokia N8, Gareth points out a light flaw with the Galaxy Tab and James becomes Blackberry’s special friend.

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Skype for Android


Been missing Skype from your Android device? Well, the good news is that it is now in the Android Market just waiting for you to download it.

If you have not used Skype before then I suggest you give it a try. What it will give you is free Skype to Skype calls and messaging worldwide, as well as discounted call charges to non Skype numbers.

Here’s what Skype have to say –

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Toshiba Camileo S20 Review

toshiba_camileo_s20-274x300 The Toshiba Camileo S20 is a pocket camcorder capable of recording full High Definition video. In fact, pocket camcorders are a relatively new phenomenon that are characterised by their somewhat limited feature set – for their size and sheer portability though, they have proven to be very popular especially for the YouTube enthusiasts. This Camileo S20 from Toshiba is as thin as cutting edge smartphones were not long ago, yet packs features like a slow-motion and a 3 inch display.

So what did we think of it? Is it worth carrying around yet another device? Read on to find out.


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Spotify Comes to Windows Mobile, WP7 Version Coming Soon


For all 19 people still using Windows Mobile and want Spotify, your prayers have been answered. As Spotify announced Spotify for Windows Mobile alongside Microsoft’s CEO Steve Ballmer at Stockholm’s Royal Institute of Technology event. Spotify is going to be available for all Windows Mobile phones 6.0 and onwards, and the features are per usual.

You can now:

  • Search, browse and play millions of tracks
  • Stream them over Wi-Fi or 2.5/3G
  • Play your playlists offline
  • On-the-fly sync. So every track you add to a playlist appears on mobile and computer
  • The What’s New tab
  • Wirelessly sync your local files to your phone
  • Starred tracks so you tag all your favorites into a special list

Check out the video below.

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