RIM profits fall: Where are the BlackBerry team going wrong?

Gerald Lynch Mobile phones, Round ups, Tablet, Tech Digest news 12 Comments

It's been a tough couple of weeks for RIM, the company behind the BlackBerry brand. After their fledgling BlackBerry PlayBook tablet was met with a lukewarm reception in the States, and an even cooler response in stores (only 500,000…

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Nokia's CEO Stephen Elop: We explored Android

Gerald Lynch Android, Microsoft, Mobile phones, Tech Digest news, Windows Phone 7 2 Comments

Nokia's Investor Event kicked off in London this morning among the flurry of news surrounding the new partnership between the Finnish handset manufacturer and Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 platform. Nokia will now officially be using Windows Phone 7 as their…

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Sony Ericsson Zylo and Spiro Walkman phones revealed

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Sony Ericsson have just revealed two brand new Walkman phones, named the Zylo and Spiro. Both phones are, as you'd imagine, very music focussed, with both featuring Sony Ericsson's TrackID and PlayNow, the phone maker's own takes on Shazam and…

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Microsoft's Project Pink handsets revealed as the Kin One and Kin Two

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Microsoft's long rumoured Project Pink phones have been unveiled. Dropping the colour-coded working names, they have been revealed as the Kin One and Kin Two, two handsets which have a strong emphasis on social networking. However, the phones wont…

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Gallery: Microsoft's Kin One and Kin Two

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Microsoft's long-awaited Project Pink phones have been revealed. Now named the Kin One and Kin Two, you can read everything we know about the QWERTY sliders and their social networking focus by clicking here. But while you decide whether or…

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Acer unveils phone roadmap for 2009

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At what appeared to be just to be a closer look at the Acer Tempo range of smartphones we saw at MWC, the notebook giants revealed their mobile phone plans for world domination.

By Q3 2009, you can expect to see handsets such as the H2, L1, C1 and E1 sporting 5-megapixel cameras and all working on Windows Mobile 6.5. It will mean that by the end of the year, the company that sells 33 million computers worldwide will have over 10 mobile phones…

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Unofficially official rumour points at June 9th for 3G iPhone (again)

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Apple iPhoneI met a bloke down the pub last night who had absolutely no idea when the 3G iPhone would be officially unveiled. I know; in this day and age! Incredible really. Luckily everyone else on the planet knows exactly when it’s going to happen, just with varying degrees of authority on the issue.

Gizmodo claims to have the latest and most convincing source short of Steve Jobs himself: “someone very, very close to the launch”. Like everyone else they say June 9th, during the WWDC keynote. Glad that’s settled then…

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