Archive for April, 2011

Monthly Review – April

The month started with One Mobile Ring reporting the Samsung Galaxy Mini has come to Three, whilst the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play arrived in shops and Three took stock of Sony Ericsson’s Xperia Arc.

Shazam gets unlimited free tagging

Alakazam! no musical limits!

Popular mobile phone music identification service Shazam has enabled unlimited music identifying in their free Android application, courtesy of eBay.

White iPhone goes on sale

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a pale version of the original

Cupertino based computer and software maker Apple has released its white version of the iPhone 4, where mobile phone networks O2, Vodafone and Three are now all selling the device.

Google Docs app for Android unveiled, with added document scanner

And text recognition too

Internet search engine giant Google has released the Google Docs for Android application, which brings in new features such as document scanning.

World’s first multi-person video calling arrives on Android and the iPhone

4-way FaceTime

Popular mobile communications software company Fring has released the latest version of its software for the Google Mobile OS and on the iOS, which now delivers group video calling from a mobile device over the airwaves.

White iPhone arrives on Three

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S’now’ here!

Mobile phone network Three has confirmed it is carrying the white version of the iPhone 4, from Thursday 28th April onwards – both on-line and in their own stores.

Live video chat comes to Qik

Between Android and iPhone

Mobile video streaming software company Qik has announced Qik Video Connect for Android and iOS – which delivers video calling between devices running those platforms.

LG license ARM processors

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With Quad core CPUs

South Korean conglomerate Lucky Goldstar has announced they are to license ARM processors, in upcoming mobile devices and home products.

Nokia E7 available on Three

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Mobile phone network Three has announced the Nokia Qwerty keyboard based E7 handset is now around on a contract from Three and on prepay deals, either on-line or in their own stores.

Sony announces two Android tablets

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Large and dual screened

Japanese electronics giant Sony has unveiled two Google ‘Honeycomb’ 3.0 mobile OS powered tablet devices, in the S1 and the S2.