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Wednesday, 29.07.09
FIRMWARE: Samsung prepares for Samsung GT-I7500 Galaxy ROM Update [UPDATE]
Posted by Arne Hess - at 10:36 CET under 04 - Android News

As mentioned before, Samsung's Android smartphone, the GT-I7500 Galaxy will get firmware upgrades via the PC, not over the air (OTA) and we've just received the information that Samsung is ready to release the first ROM update for the Galaxy within the next day. While it's not specified which improvements the ROM update will bring, it's said that it will improve the overall stability of the device, including increased user interface performance, as well as it will increase the battery run- and stand-by time. It's not yet known if the firmware update will also bring any feature improvements.

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Tuesday, 28.07.09
EXPANDED: Novatel Wireless announced HSPA MiFi 2372 for North America
Posted by Arne Hess - at 19:30 CET under 01 - General News

Following the European and Asian launch of the MiFi 2352, today Novatel Wireless announced the MiFi 2372, Novatel's latest MiFi, optimized for North American HSPA Broadband Networks. Like all MiFi's, the MiFi 2372 creates a personal cloud of high-speed Internet connectivity that can be easily shared between multiple users and WiFi devices such as laptops, cameras, gaming devices, smartphones and portable multimedia players. With data speeds of up to 7.2 Mbps HSDPA downlink and 5.76 Mbps HSUPA uplink, the MiFi 2372 enables users to access high-speed Internet from anywhere there is a cellular connection.

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SDK: Samsung Mobile Innovator releases Windows Mobile SDK 1.2
Posted by Arne Hess - at 19:29 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News

Sure, some of the latest Samsung Windows Mobile phones like the Omnia II aren't yet widely available but nevertheless, you might want to start to develop for or porting your existing application to it already. If so, Samsung has just released its Windows Mobile SDK 1.2 which offers APIs to use advanced features unique to Samsung phones. You might already have experience using advanced capabilities featured in the Windows Mobile APIs, like GPS, Bluetooth, or multimedia support. In addition to the Microsoft Windows Mobile APIs, you can use Samsung APIs to access phone features such as the accelerometer, notification LEDs and haptics feedback.

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AVAILABILITY: T-Mobile G2 Touch available in UK and appears at T-Mobile Germany
Posted by Arne Hess - at 18:00 CET under 04 - Android News

Right in time and following yesterday's T-Mobile UK tweet, its G2 Touch aka the HTC Hero is now available for order from T-Mobile UK. Depending on the plan, it's even available for free. As a reminder: The T-Mobile G2 Touch is T-Mobile (Europe's) second Android smartphone - following the G1 - and is based on HTC's recently announced HTC Hero. Unlike the G1 but like the (Vodafone) HTC Magic and (O2) Samsung Galaxy, the G2 Touch/Hero isn't featuring a hardware keyboard but a software keyboard only. On the other hand, HTC did a pretty good job with its HTC Sense UI to improve the whole Android experience.

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Monday, 27.07.09
OPENED: Microsoft opens Windows Marketplace Mobile for all supported Countries
Posted by Arne Hess - at 23:16 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News

Following Microsoft's earlier announcement to accept submissions from Germany, Austria and Switzerland, Microsoft just announced that it's now accepting Windows Mobile application submissions from all 29 supported countries. Furthermore it's holding a "Race to Market Challenge" contest to kick things off.
Registered developers and ISVs can now upload their application, game or widget to the Windows Marketplace platform and they will be certified according to the process, policies and guidelines Microsoft has published. Apps will be certified on a First In, First Out (FIFO) basis. Certification should normally take about 10 business days initially and you can always check on your application during the process through the Developer Dashboard.

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STANDARDIZATION: European Union frees 900 MHz frequencies for UMTS and LTE use
Posted by Arne Hess - at 18:37 CET under 01 - General News

Europe took an important step towards a new generation of mobile services today. The Council of Ministers followed the European Parliament in approving a proposal from the European Commission to modernize European legislation – the so-called GSM Directive – on the use of the radio spectrum needed for mobile services. The GSM Directive of 1987 reserves the use of part of the 900MHz spectrum band to GSM (Global System for Mobile, originally Groupe Spécial Mobile) access technologies such as mobile phones. The updated Directive now allows the 900 MHz frequency band to be used to provide faster, pan-European services such as mobile Internet at UMTS and LTE while ensuring the continuation of GSM services.

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LAUNCHED: Microsoft opens its Windows Marketplace Mobile for German-speaking Developers
Posted by Arne Hess - at 11:18 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News

As expected, Microsoft Germany just announced that from today, developers can register and submit applications for the Windows Marketplace for mobile devices. As announced previously, the new download portal for Windows Phone applications will be available from autumn 2009 with a wide range of available applications. The access for developers is available in 29 countries in their national languages available - including Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The market place offers 14 categories in which applications can be published and will include among other things, games, social networks, lifestyle and books.

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Thursday, 23.07.09
DOWNLOAD: Get 50 free Windows Phone Widgets now - including a the::unwired Widget
Posted by Arne Hess - at 15:58 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News

With the official introduction of Windows Mobile 6.5, Microsoft also announced to finally support Widgets. Microsoft's Windows Mobile Widgets are interactive, HTML and CSS-based, JavaScripts tools that provide single-purpose services such as showing the user the latest news, the current weather, the time, a calendar, a dictionary or whatever; similar in concept to a Gadget for Windows Vista. Gadgets brought the wealth of experience of Web developers to the Windows Vista platform, and widgets will do the same for mobile devices. Dynamic HTML (DHTML) is used for dynamic presentation of data to produce a rich interface, while the XMLHttpRequest control is used to load data from the Web. Windows Mobile 6.5 Widgets are installed locally on the mobile device and, like Windows Vista Gadgets, widgets run locally but can use data dynamically accessed from the cloud.

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Wednesday, 22.07.09
UPDATE: Google releases Google Maps Mobile 3.2 with Layers and Category Search
Posted by Arne Hess - at 23:40 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News

Google has just released Google Maps Mobile v3.2 for Windows Mobile and Symbian Series 60 which adds a new feature: Layers. Layers allow you to view locations and additional info overlaid on the map. You can add multiple layers or remove only certain layers so you control exactly what information you want visible on the map at the same time. Familiar info now available as layers include search results, Traffic (with new traffic incident icons and info), Directions and Google Latitude. New available layers include My Maps (view-only), Transit lines (w/upcoming station departure info where available) and Wikipedia. Furthermore it's now possible to browse popular categories from the Search menu to search the map for businesses or points of interest by type. However, category searches are currently available only for results in the US and China.

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RUMOR: Does the real HTC Firestone finally showing its Face?
Posted by Arne Hess - at 20:29 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News

While the HTC Firestone is still not confirmed, received a new rendering of a device which looks way more like a new HTC smartphone then the earlier ever did. According to the still unconfirmed information, the HTC Firestone is still expected to run on Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional and is said to be powered by a Qualcomm 8250 CPU at 600 MHz. Furthermore it's expected that the Firestone supports quadband GSM/GPRS/EDGE as well as dualband UMTS/HSDPA at 900/2100 MHz, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR, WiFi b/g and aGPS. Furthermore it's now said that the (most likely 3.6" WVGA touchscreen) is capacitive (which makes - with the latest Windows Mobile 6.5 changes - sense).

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RUMOR: HTC to release first non-Smartphone OS Mobile Phone in Fall 2009?
Posted by Arne Hess - at 19:49 CET under 01 - General News

So far, HTC was well known for its Microsoft Windows Mobile and Google Android smartphones but Taiwanese DigiTimes received information that HTC plans to launch launch a 3G handset which is based on Qualcomm's Brew Mobile Platform (Brew MP).
The Brew handset is expected to come with a touchsreeen, HTC's TouchFlo 3D UI (so far used for Windows Mobile only) and HTC Sense UI (introduced just recently on the HTC Hero, HTC's 3rd Android smartphone). Brew MP, which was announced back in 2007, uses Adobe Mobile Client (AMC), a version of the Flash Player engineered specifically to provide performance, add extensibility and use a small memory footprint.

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Tuesday, 21.07.09
CONFIRMED: Expansys confirms the Sony Ericsson Xperia X3 Android Smartphone
Posted by Arne Hess - at 16:59 CET under 04 - Android News

While we are still waiting for an official word from Sony Ericsson, Expansys has spilled the beans again and put the full spec-sheet and photos of Sony Ericsson's first Google Android smartphone which seems to be called "Xperia X3" (most likely code-named Rachael) on its pre-order page. According to Expansys, the Xperia X3 rund on Android, features quadband GSM/GPRS/EDGE as well as dualband HSDPA/HSUPA at 900/2100 MHz (HSUPA up to 2 Mbps and HSDPA up to 10 Mbps), Bluetooth 2.1, WiFi g and aGPS. Unlike current Android smartphones, which features HVGA only, the Xperia X3 is said to sport a 4" WVGA touchscreen (therefore the Xperia X3 can't run on Cupcake) and a massive 8 megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash, image stabilization, smile shutter and face detection:

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TETHERING: HTC Mobile Wi-Fi Router - Internet Connection Sharing via WiFi
Posted by Arne Hess - at 11:56 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News

Unlike other smartphones, from the very beginning, Windows Mobile smartphones featured an utility called "Internet Sharing" which allowed to use Windows Mobile smartphones as a 2G/3G modem for connected PCs and Notebooks. However, Internet Connection Sharing only shared the connection by USB cable or Bluetooth. While in the early GPRS and UMTS days, Bluetooth was sufficient and speedy enough, today with HSDPA and HSUPA it's not fast enough anymore to transmit the data between the mobile device and the connected PC. WiFi would be the way better option and there are a couple of commercial WiFi tether apps available.

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Monday, 20.07.09
UNVEILED: Global Certification Forum approves the HTC XV6975
Posted by Arne Hess - at 18:15 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News

The GCF (the Global Certification Forum) just approved the HTC XV6975, a yet unknown smartphone from HTC. And if the XV6975 follows HTC's typical "XV" naming matrix, the XV6975 would be a Verizon Wireless Windows Mobile smartphone. However, the GCF lists quadband GSM and singleband UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA at 2100 MHz as supported technologies and frequencies which doesn't sounds too much like a Verizon phone at all (since Verizon is neither supporting GSM nor UMTS). On the other hand, the HTC XV6975 could be another Verizon "world phone" supporting GSM and UMTS in addition to Verizon's CDMA and  EV-DO Rev. A technology.

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OPTIMIZED: Microsoft fine-tune Windows Mobile 6.5 UI to make it more Finger friendly
Posted by Arne Hess - at 12:46 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News

While Microsoft put much efforts in making Windows Mobile 6.5 as finger friendly as possible, some things haven't changed so far, at least not on the versions the company showed publically: Tabs in submenus which either still required a stylus or finger nails. However, Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional's build 21925, which recently appeared on, seems to change the design of the tabbed screens for Professional Windows Phones, making them into rotatable pivots as also seen in some Windows Mobile 7 leaks as well in Microsoft's Facebook application.

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Wednesday, 15.07.09
VIDEOVIEW: Samsung Omnia II Windows Mobile Smartphone Software Hands-on
Posted by Arne Hess - at 20:11 CET under 08 - Reviews

Like the Samsung Jet, the Samsung Omnia II is featuring Samsung's brand new TouchWiz 2.0 graphical user interface but unlike the Jet, which is running a Samsung propriety OS, the Omnia II is running Windows Mobile Professional 6.1 (and later 6.5). This means, Samsung had to overlay TouchWiz 2.0 on Windows Mobile and Samsung did a pretty good job. As of today, I haven't seen a GUI which hides Windows Mobile that much as Samsung's TouchWiz 2.0 interface.
While the original Omnia already ran on TouchWiz, version 1.0 was basically a Today screen replacement with some added applications. Now, with v2.0 Samsung went even further and replaced Microsoft's original but aged Windows Mobile user interface as much as possible. The result? A fresh UI on one of the most powerful operating systems.

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HOLD-UP: O2 Germany stops sale of Toshiba TG01 due to a Virus infection [UPDATE]
Posted by Arne Hess - at 15:49 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News

O2 Germany hast just stopped the sale and delivery of the Toshiba TG01 Windows Mobile Professional smartphone, the German carrier is offering exclusively in Germany. According to O2 Germany, a virus was found on some of the device's microSD cards which comes with the TG01 and carries the navigation software.
However, O2 Germany told us that the virus isn't a "Windows Mobile virus" at all (as you might have read on other sites) but just a regular Windows virus, which made it - for which reason ever - to the microSD card. While it's not yet clear which kind of damage the virus does, Toshiba and O2 engineers are evaluating it at the moment.

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Tuesday, 14.07.09
VIDEOVIEW: Samsung Omnia II Windows Mobile Professional Smartphone Hardware Hands-on
Posted by Arne Hess - at 22:25 CET under 08 - Reviews

The new Samsung Omnia II follows Samsung's latest touchscreen smartphone design-language and it looks quite similar to the Samsung Jet or even the Samsung Galaxy. All three devices feature a black glossy housing while the first two, the Omnia II and the Jet, don't sport a D-Pad anymore. The center button or cube is an action button only, it's even not an optical D-Pad as known from the first Omnia. Left and right to the action button are the call buttons and that's it with the main buttons on the front. On the left side, you will find the mobile phone typical volume rocker (which again acts as the zoom rocker for the camera) and on the right side the Omnia II sports the camera shutter, a kind of back and ok key and the display lock/unlock key.

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EXPANDED: Microsoft Windows Marketplace for Mobile comes to Windows Mobile 6 and 6.1
Posted by Arne Hess - at 16:55 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News

Todd Brix, Senior Director for Mobile Platform Services Product Management at Microsoft, just announced at Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference in New Orleans that Windows Marketplace for Mobile is on schedule to open for submissions in 29 supported countries on July 27th. Furthermore he unveiled that Microsoft will bring its Windows Marketplace for Mobile to Windows Mobile 6 and Windows Mobile 6.1 devices and smartphones as well; initially Microsoft only confirmed a launch for its upcoming Windows Mobile 6.5 OS only. Windows Marketplace will be available for Windows Mobile 6.0 and 6.1 by the end of 2009, while it will be available for Windows Mobile 6.5 in the fall.

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Monday, 13.07.09
PHOTOVIEW: Samsung Omnia II Windows Mobile Smartphone
Posted by Arne Hess - at 21:12 CET under 08 - Reviews

The recently announced Samsung Omnia II GT-I8000 is Samsung's Windows Mobile successor to the original Samsung Omnia smartphone, one of the best selling Windows Mobile touchscreen phones ever. With the Omnia II, Samsung overhauled the original Omnia by adding the latest technology. While the initial release will run on Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional, Samsung will offer a free Windows Mobile 6.5 upgrade later. Running on an Samsung ARM 1176 based S3C6410 mobile application processor at 800 MHz (or 667 MHz, yet not 100 % confirmed), the Samsung Omnia II features quadband GSM/GPRS/EDGE as well as triband UMTS/HSPA at 900/1900/2100 MHz with HSDPA up to 7.2 Mbps and HSUPA up to 5.76 Mbps. Furthermore the smartphone features Bluetooth 2.0+EDR, WiFi b/g, aGPS and an FM radio with RDS.

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Friday, 10.07.09
VIDEOVIEW: Unboxing the Novatel Wireless MiFi 2352 Mobile Hotspot
Posted by Arne Hess - at 20:37 CET under 08 - Reviews

While the idea of UMTS routers isn't that new anymore (O2 launched its Surf@home router back in 2005), Novatel Wireless' MiFi is slightly different by providing broadband connectivity and giving the ultimate personal freedom. While essentially a mobile phone can do the same, acting as a modem for a PC, the MiFi goes a step further. Novatel Wireless' MiFi creates a personal cloud of high-speed Internet connectivity that can be easily shared between multiple users and WiFi-enabled devices. Featuring an internal battery providing over forty hours standby and up to four hours of active use on a single charge, the MiFi enables users to access high-speed Internet from anywhere there is a GSM/GPRS/EDGE/UMTS/HSPA connection, including moving vehicles where multiple passengers may need Internet access.

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VIDEOVIEW: Unboxing the Samsung Galaxy GT-I7500 Android Smartphone
Posted by Arne Hess - at 15:43 CET under 08 - Reviews

Following the previous two videoviews of Samsung's first Android smartphone, this videoview features the unboxing of the final Samsung Galaxy GT-I7500 which is available since this week from O2 Germany. While the previous two videoviews featured an early marketing sample with a pre-release firmware only, the Samsung Galaxy is now done and available; at least in Germany. The Galaxy isn't a "Google Experience Phone", like the T-Mobile G1 or the Vodafone HTC Magic, but you will not find any differences in terms of the Android user interface. The only real difference is, that neither Samsung nor O2 Germany will push firmware updates over the air but it has to be done by flashing the device through USB.

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RENAMED: T-Mobile renames the G1Touch to G2 Touch - still the HTC Hero [UPDATE]
Posted by Arne Hess - at 13:35 CET under 04 - Android News

Initially T-Mobile UK announced through its Twitter feed, that the HTC Hero was supposed to be called G1Touch. However, today T-Mobile UK tweeted that the HTC Hero isn't called G1Touch any longer but it will go on sale later this summer as the T-Mobile G2 Touch.
This leaves either room for another Android smartphone which might be called G1Touch or T-Mobile was a little bit to fast when it announced that the HTC Hero will be called G1Touch.
In any case, the good news is, that the HTC Hero is confirmed for T-Mobile UK (other European sister companies haven't announced anything yet) but T-Mobile US also confirmed that the HTC Hero will not make it to T-Mobile's North American network. Americans have to live with the HTC Magic which is on sale now as the T-Mobile myTouch 3G.

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Thursday, 09.07.09
GUI: Sony Ericsson's Rachael Android UI Demo Leaked
Posted by Arne Hess - at 17:15 CET under 04 - Android News

While Rachael (that's the code-name), Sony Ericsson's expected first Google Android smartphone, is yet to be confirmed and announced, a demo video of its UI made it to YouTube already. It seems that Sony Ericsson is currently spending some good time to enhance the (yet pretty basic) Android user interface. While you can see the Android UI as a framework only, companies like HTC (with its recently announced HTC Sense for Android UI) and Sony Ericsson seems to go a step further to allow them to differentiate their devices from the competition as well as to make Android an even better mobile OS. Furthermore it's quite interesting how all the latest OS and GUI developments supports Web 2.0 services like Facebook and Twitter:

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AVAILABILITY: Orange launches the Toshiba TG01 Windows Phone in the UK
Posted by Arne Hess - at 12:19 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News

Orange today announced it will be exclusively ranging the Toshiba TG01 Windows Mobile Professional smartphone in the UK across all its own retail channels in time for the weekend (see our two hands-on videoviews here and here). Offering the widest high-definition touch-screen available on a mobile, the TG01 provides users with a cinematic viewing experience on a handheld device and is testament to Orange UK's focus on ranging innovative multimedia handsets so consumers can make the most from the latest shifts in modern technology. A powerful and feature-rich mobile entertainment device, the TG01 offers uses the largest widescreen handset yet; the 4.1" WVGA screen is the perfect size for watching TV, videos and looking at pictures in high quality.

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Wednesday, 08.07.09
MOBILITY: Google announces Google Chrome OS for Netbooks [UPDATE]
Posted by Arne Hess - at 09:27 CET under 01 - General News

It was one of the products which was speculated over and over again and at last, Google made (Microsoft's nightmare) true by announcing the Google Chrome OS for Netbooks. Sundar Pichai, VP Product Management and Linus Upson, Engineering Director at Google but posted a blog entry at Google's official blog where they annouced it latest project. Google Chrome OS will be an open source, lightweight operating system that will initially be targeted at Netbooks. Later this year, Google will open-source its code, and Netbooks running Google Chrome OS will be available for consumers in the second half of 2010. Speed, simplicity and security are the key aspects of Google Chrome OS. It's designed to be fast and lightweight, to start up and get you onto the web in a few seconds.

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Tuesday, 07.07.09
UPDATE: AOL releases AIM 2.0 Beta for Windows Mobile
Posted by Arne Hess - at 17:44 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News

AOL just released AIM for Windows Mobile 2.0 Beta and the developers have included a number of new features and changes. AIM for Windows Mobile brings all of the best features of AIM on your PC to your Windows Mobile smartphone. AIM for Windows Mobile lets you communicate whenever you want, wherever you are, in whatever way suits you best - IM or text. Furthermore you can update your AIM status and information when you're on the go. In addition of being AOL's Instant Messenger client, AOL added a feature called "Lifestream" Livestream allows you to add your Facebook or Twitter services and never miss an update and you can add your YouTube or Delicious accounts too.

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DEAL: Telefónica and O2 announces exclusive European launch of the GSM/UMTS Palm Pre [UPDATE]
Posted by Arne Hess - at 10:23 CET under 05 - Other Mobile OS News

Palm, Inc. today announced that the GSM/UMTS Palm Pre is scheduled to be available initially in the UK, Ireland and Germany exclusively on the O2 network, and in Spain exclusively on the Movistar network, in time for the holidays.
Palm Pre, the first phone based on the new Palm webOS mobile platform, brings your information from the many places it resides - on your phone, at work or on the web - into one simple, integrated view.

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Thursday, 02.07.09
UPGRADE: O2 Germany speeds up HSPA traffic
Posted by Arne Hess - at 19:39 CET under 01 - General News

Following all the recent troubles I had with O2 Germany's UMTS and HSPA network in Munich, the German carrier now confirmed that it provides its mobile data customers an even faster access to the Internet. The recent upgrade of the data network, with the latest HSPA technology, now allows HSDPA download rates up to 7.2 Mbps and enables HSUPA up to 2.0 Mbps.
O2 Germany said that during the last months, all Huawei UMTS-sites in the Region South and most other 3G-basestations in the other Regions were technically upgraded to enable a faster HSPA traffic.

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Wednesday, 01.07.09
FINAL: Skype releases Skype 3.0 for Windows Mobile
Posted by Arne Hess - at 14:41 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News

Skype has just released the Gold version of Skype 3.0 for Windows Mobile smartphones which was previously available as a public Beta only. In addition to the Skype typical features like free Skype-to-Skype calls, free instant messaging and Skype-Out calls to any fixed- or mobile phone in the world (which requires a separate Skype-Out subscription), the new version also features SMS transmission and file transfer. While the EU lowered the SMS prices from today, the new SMS feature can help to avoid roaming charges while abroad - as long as used within free WiFi hot spots (like hotels). The file transfer feature allows users to share photos, music or any other files with other Skype users.

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SPONSORING: High Road Sports and HTC announced "Team Columbia-HTC" Cycling Partnership
Posted by Arne Hess - at 14:21 CET under 01 - General News

With its recent announcement, HTC take its brand-building efforts on a new level. On Monday, High Road Sports, Inc., the owner of the professional cycling team Team Columbia-Highroad (formerly known as Team Telekom and Team T-Mobile) and HTC Corporation announced a three-year sponsorship agreement that prominently places the HTC brand at the starting line of the 2009 Tour de France on July 4 in Monaco. The team currently called Columbia-Highroad, and known in 2008 and 2009 as the team with the most victories in professional cycling, will compete as "Team Columbia-HTC" and will present the new team uniform in Monaco on July 3, the day before the start of the 96th Tour de France.

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