Archives for April, 2007

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The on-again, off-again Google Phone rumors just got a healthy stir by Digitimes. The Taiwanese tech rag says that HTC is building the phone with initial shipments set to hit by the “end of 2007″ — globally in 2008. They cite “handset component makers” as their source. The phones will feature Texas Instruments’ 3G platform with EDGE and of course built-in G-Mail and Google Maps. Unfortunately, they will not be GPS enabled. The handsets are also said to sport both Google and carrier branding with “sources” claiming that European’s Orange might be the first carrier to see the hotness. Digitimes doesn’t have the best track record with rumors so please everybody… exhale and let’s wait for secondary confirmation.
Taiwan based manufacturer HTC (High Tech Computer) has apparently begun manufacturing the Google Phone, with a shipment of 1 million units to be ready for delivery late 2007.

Google handsets, supporting Texas Instruments (TI) 3G platform and EDGE (what? no HSDPA?), will not feature GPS functionality but they will feature integrated Gmail and Google search functions.

We understand that the handsets will initially be run on the Orange network and be co-branded as Google / Orange phones.

HTC declined to comment on the report.

We will update this post as soon as more information leaks. I was hoping that the Google Phone would be a HSDPA device and find it hard to believe it will only use EDGE. Google has already patented a LOT of mobile phone technology.

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Mobile software is intended to run on handheld PC’s, personal digital assistants (PDAs), smartphones and mobilephones. Since 1980s, the popularity of these platforms has risen considerably. Recent model mobile phones have included the ability to run user-installed software.And as therefore there are so many platforms for mobile phones. Platform means the softwares on which the mobile device is working.

Main Mobile Platforms

Windows Mobile, Palm OS and Symbian OS  are the most common mobile platforms.Windows Mobile also supports the Portable Executable (PE) format associated with the .NET Framework. Both Windows Mobile and Palm OS offer free SDKs and Integrated Development Environments to developers. Machine language executables offer considerable performance advantages over Java. Also most of the mobiles can run java.

Java (in its incarnation as “J2ME” / “Java ME” / “Java 2 Micro Edition”) runs atop a Virtual Machine (called the KVM) which allows reasonable, but not complete, access to the functionality of the underlying phone. This extra layer of software provides a solid barrier of protection which seeks to limit damage from erroneous or malicious software. It also allows Java software to move freely between different types of phone (and other mobile device) containing radically diverse electronic components, without modification. The price that is paid is a modest decrease in the potential speed of the game and the inability to utilized the entire functionality of a phone (as Java software can only do what this middle-man layer supports.)Because of this extra security and compatibility, it is usually a quite simple process to write and distribute Java mobile applications (including games) to a wide series of phones.

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 nokia n99 latest mobile phone

The concept that caught my attention today is the Nokia N99 which is equipped with a HTC-like side sliding full QWERTY keyboard and seems to be a close relative of Nokia’s N800 Internet Table.

Of course, the guy that did all the work took care of it and pimped it up with a flower-power style 9-way joystick which, combined with the sleek looks of the N800 and the overall white pearl color of the device, kind of gives me the sensation that the individual which designed it carries an iPod in his pocket all day long and has its ears carefully covered with the iPod’s earphones.

The one that put it all together also sent in a virtual spec sheet to make all the Nokia fans drool on their monitors while reading it, a spec sheet saying that this device should have a 16 GB Flash internal memory, a miniSD memory expansion card slot that can go up to 4 GB (who’s needing miniSD when you have 16 GB of built-in memory? :) ), a 3.2 inch real 16:9 wide screen (not like the iPhone), a multimedia player with MP3, DivX, XviD, MPEG and AVI files, GPS capability, Wi-Fi wireless connectivity and a 8 megapixel digital camera capable of recording videos at 30 frames per second.

Summing it up, this is pretty much the dream of everyone that ever used a mobile device and I advise you not to try calculating what the N99 would cost because the number will be quite astronomical.

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