Nokia and Microsoft to introduce Lumia 900 in the U.S with a bang

Windows phone is not very popular, but we all know that Nokia has taken up Windows Phone as it’s primary O.S and marketed the Lumia 800, their first Windows Phone without any boundaries. From deadmau5 concerts in London to free Xbox, Lumia taxis in India. We can see that Nokia is serious about these devices and are trying to make Windows Phone popular, well the Nokia Lumia 900 is on it’s way to U.S and will be the first flagship device to enter the American shores after many years of absence in the American market.

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Huawei reveals MediaPad, first Android 3.2 tablet

Huawei is one of the leading Chinese companies and in past few months, they have announced several good devices. Today in Singapore, Huawei officially revealed world’s first Android 3.2 Honeycomb tablet which is known as Huawei MediaPad. Huawei is calling MediaPad affordable, smartest, slimmest and lightest tablet in its class which includes tablets like HTC Flyer and Samsung Galaxy Tab. Continue reading “Huawei reveals MediaPad, first Android 3.2 tablet”

Verizon Wireless – Use any app and any device from 2008

Some good news for Verizon wireless users. You might no longer need to stick to the devices offered by Verizon.

Come 2008 , you might be able to use Any App Any Device according to a company press release.

This is a seen as move to tackle the Android – gphone launch and also Apple’s 3G iPhone plans.

But wait there’s a catch. These devices need to be tested and approved in a 20 million facility.

Any device that meets the minimum technical standard will be activated on the network.

More information is expected in early 2008.

Interesting note : Verizon is not part of the Google open handset alliance