Nokia Reveals Compact Pen-Based Phone
May 20, 2003, 9:51 AM by (staff)
Nokia today introduced the 6108, a mobile phone with a keypad that flips down to reveal a pen-input pad. Although designed for Chinese language users in Asia Pacific markets, the 6108 is a tri-band (GSM 900/1800/1900) world phone, and recognises handwriting in both Chinese and Latin characters. The 6108 also features a colour display, MMS, Java™, a built-in email client, an XHTML browser, a "Chinese-English-Chinese" dictionary and enhanced features for Chinese language users in the region. The Nokia 6108 will be commercially available in Asia Pacific markets during the third quarter of 2003.
Galaxy Note7 Borrows from S7 as Samsung Reworks Pen Features
Aug 2, 2016
Samsung today announced the Galaxy Note7, its premier smartphone for the year. The device is narrower than last year's model in order to make it easier to hold, and uses a sturdier aluminum frame with symmetric slabs of Gorilla Glass 5 on either side.
HTC and Under Armour Launch Fitness Kit
Jan 5, 2016
Under Armour and HTC today announced UA HealthBox, a $400 box containing a suite of health and fitness hardware designed to work with the UA Record app for Android and iOS. The core device is the UA Band wrist wearable, which tracks basic heart rate and activity.
LG Debuts Wireless Charging Pad
Oct 12, 2016
LG Innotek today announced the Quick Wireless Charging Pad, a way for smartphone owners to rapidly charge their mobile devices. The Quick Wireless Charging Pad relies on the Wireless Power Consortium, or Qi, wireless charging spec and supplies 15 W of power.
Sony's Xperia XZ1 and XZ1 Compact Let You Scan 3D Objects
Aug 31, 2017
Sony today announced the XZ1 and XZ1 Compact smartphones, two metal-clad flagships that pair novel features with classic Sony looks. The phones share nearly all specs and capabilities, with the XZ1 Compact downgrading only a few components due to its smaller size.
Clips, Apple's Video Creation App, Gains Disney Characters
Jul 20, 2017
Apple today updated its Clips mobile video application with characters from Disney movies and new graphic overlays and posters. Apple says several classic Disney characters, such as Mickey, Minnie, Donald and Daisy, can be added to videos complete with animations.