Japanese electronics company Panasonic has made public a reference model to the Android handset that is due to arrive next year, as the first new Panasonic mobile to ship in Europe after the company pulled out five years ago.
Seattle based software and OS developer Microsoft has released an interactive demo of their latest Windows Phone 7 ’Mango‘ edition of their OS, which can be run from inside of a web browser on any mobile phone from aka.ms/wpdemo
Solely owned Sony company Sony Ericsson has unveiled that all of their Xperia Android handsets are now able to have 50GBof Internet storage, for life.
Canadian email mobile phone manufacturer Research In Motion has announced BlackBerry Mobile Fusion, which is a mobile device management service for smartphones and tablets that can manage Google Android and Apple iOS operating systems based devices, besides just BlackBerry products.
Japanese electronics company Panasonic is reportedly due to enter the mobile phone market in Europe, where handsets could be arriving as early as spring next year.
Popular Windows Phone and Android developer’s forum xda-developers.com has had one of its members port the very latest version of the Google mobile phone OS, to the three-year-old HTC G1 mobile phone.
With a cost attached of £249.99
Former British Telecom mobile phone network O2 is now selling the world’s thinnest handset – the Motorola Razr phone, free with a £54 monthly contract.
Official statement from Adobe
Consumer electronics giant Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus Android ‘Ice Cream Sandwich’ 4.0 handset went on sale last week, where reports of the lack of an Adobe flash player has already been noted by early adopters.
For Google mobile OS phones and tablets
Popular text entry app creator TouchType has updated their SwiftKey X and SwiftKey Tablet X Android keyboard applications, with more language support and improvements seen around speed.