Nokia intros the 6260 slide for "high speed sharing"


Nokia has introduced its latest slider phone and is emphasising how it’s “made for high speed sharing”.

Obviously, all mobile phones are made for sharing – funnily enough they were invented as a way to talk to people, before someone came along and thought that sending 160 character strings of text was a much better way of communicating, and then someone else decided to squeeze the whole of the Internet onto mobile phones and unleash the horrors wonders of Facebook and MySpace onto unsuspecting commuters.

Anyway, you get the idea. Nokia’s 6260 slide is fitted with the latest HSDPA and HSUPA technology, meaning it should be a breeze to both upload and download photos and videos to and from the plethora of web services it’s now obligatory to use on the move…

Samsung announces first HSUPA phone, the SCH-M470


HSUPA, that little internet devil which made it big at the recent Mobile World Congress, has been employed by Samsung in their latest phone for the Korean market, the SCH-M470.

Belonging to the HSPA family of mobile internet connectivity, High-Speed Uplink Packet Access (HSUPA) is similar to HSDPA which you see in most 3G phones now, however it has up-link speeds of up to 5.76Mbit/s, with transmissions…