Sony Ericsson Announces New Flagship Phones
Oct 20, 2003, 3:05 PM by (staff)
Sony Ericsson today announced two new high-end mobile phones. Both are tri-band GSM models:
- T630: Update to the popular T610. Upgrades include updated styling, TFT display, V-Rally 2 game, and "My Friends" instant messaging with Wireless Village technology. Available in Europe and Americas in Q1 2004.
- P900: Update to the popular P800 PDA phone. Upgrades include smaller size, MPEG4 video recording, 65,000-color display, and increased memory. Available in Europe and Asia-Pacific in Q4 2003, and Americas in Q1 2004.
Google Play Instant Lets You Test-Drive Games Without Downloading Them
Mar 19, 2018
Google today announced several changes to the Google Play Store and Google Play Games apps that should entice Android device owners to check out the latest games. A new feature called Google Instant Play lets people tap and try games directly in the Google Play Store and Google Play Games app without first downloading the game.
Developers Can (Finally) Create Instant Apps
May 17, 2017
Google today made its instant apps tool available to all developers. Google first announced instant apps at its I/O developer conference in 2016.
Facebook to Make Its Instant Articles Compatible with Google, Apple Formats
May 26, 2017
Facebook wants content to be more readable across the web and took steps this week toward that goal by tweaking the SDK for its Instant Articles. Facebook's Instant Articles give publishers a way to streamline content for consumption on mobile devices, but Instant Articles aren't compatible with the mobile-first styles used by Google and Apple.
Facebook Adds Instant Articles to Messenger for Android
Jul 14, 2016
Facebook today brought Instant Articles to Messenger for the Android platform. Instant Articles load faster on mobile devices, up to 10x quicker than traditional mobile links.
Google Tweaks Dev Tools for Smaller App Downloads, Longer Trials
Oct 18, 2018
Google today updated its Play Store developer tools, giving app writers more latitude to build and test their apps. To start, the Android App Bundle should allow for downloads that are 8% smaller, and on-device packages that are 16% smaller.
Why not quad band?
An 800 MHz T630 would be sweet tho. Smaller, lighter and wow did you see that battery life...