Neonode To Go Bigger, 3G In Next Version
Jan 9, 2008, 8:12 PM by Eric Lin
Neonode previewed prototypes of its next generation phones and operating system today. The company showed off a new handset with a much larger 2.9" touch screen using the same infrared touch-sensitive technology as its current model. Neonode continues to refine its operating system as well. The next generation is easier to navigate and adds a number of features including mail, weather updates and a virtual QWERTY keyboard for typing. Neonode expects to offer its current model, the N2 in the US this year and says the next generation model will work in the US as well on HSPA 3G networks.
Innovative Keyboard Case is Both Wireless and Battery-Free
One2Touch has a new keyboard case for Android phones called SlimType that uses NFC technology in a unique way to connect to a phone. Most keyboard cases have a battery or physical connector that adds bulk.
Samsung and The Weather Channel Team Up for Galaxy App
Apr 19, 2016
Samsung and The Weather Channel have created an exclusive weather app only for owners of Galaxy-branded smartphones. The Weather Channel App for Samsung offers features the regular Weather Channel app does not include.
Yahoo Overhauls Yahoo Mail for the Web, Debuts Lightweight Android Go Yahoo Mail App
Jun 19, 2018
Yahoo today relaunched its mobile email product for smartphones on several fronts. First, the company has wholly rebuilt its mobile web app.
Apple Unbundles Huge Number of Apps from the iPhone, Allows Users to Delete Them
Jun 13, 2016
Apple today pulled a number of its own, core apps out of iOS and dumped them into the iTunes App Store. Apps such as FaceTime and Mail — made by Apple — have only received updates once per year when Apple updates the entire iOS.
Ultra Smart F700
I've heard it's supposed to blow the iPhone and the Voyager out of the water. I'm curious as to when it is available.