From today onwards
Consumer electronics giant Samsung has unveiled its flagship Galaxy S II is now around to buy in the colour of white, as of today.
Former British Telecom mobile phone network O2 is now solely carrying the flagship Alcatel OT-990 handset for £99.99, on pay as you go plans.
Even more than before
Soon-to-be-a-part-of-Google mobile phone company Motorola Mobility has announced the large screen Qwerty keyboard based Motorola Pro+, aimed at both organising your business and personal life.
For the Optimus 3D
South Korea’s second largest conglomerate LG will be demonstrating their 2D to 3D game conversion engine, at Berlin’s IFA consumer electronics show.
Computer games manufacturer Electronic Arts has announced that it has released the popular Tetris game for Android, completely free of charge.
With hot-spots to not-spots
Mobile phone network Three and The Countryside Alliance have formed a partnership with local members of parliament and campaign groups to deliver rural fixed-line broadband, to those who cannot normally receive high-speed internet access.
With the new operating system
South Korean consumer electronics giant Samsung has announced three new handsets running their bada OS – the Wave 3, Wave M and Wave Y devices.
Big Red gets the Storm replacement
Mobile phone network Vodafone is now retailing the full touch screen BlackBerry 9860 mobile phone, on contracts from £30 a month.
The week began with Phones 4u exclusively selling Huawei mobiles, Heineken offered free WIFI in pubs, Sony Ericsson Xperia ray hit Vodafone, reverse billing came to Vodafone too, Sony Ericsson introduced a second Android Walkman handset, LG announced their first AMOLED phone and we published unboxing pictures of the BlackBerry Bold 9900.
With a trio of handsets on the horizon
South Korean consumer electronics giant Samsung has unveiled the bada 2.0 software development kit, which is the new application development tool for Samsung’s own mobile operating system.