If you are among the many Samsung Windows Phone 7 users who has gotten Windows Phone 7 update and faced problems, resulting in a bricked device,
Microsoft has revealed that the first update for Windows Phone 7 has been put on hold for Samsung handsets after repeated reports from users that the update has failed to install correctly and in some cases even bricked their phones.Microsoft figures that around 10 percent of users attempting to update has encountered the error and there may be three different causes for this failure, out which two of them can be fixed easily. The company says that nearly half of the failure has been caused by a lack of proper Internet connection or enough disk space to take backup of phone’s content.
Verizon’s webpage for Xoom is live and officially announced that it will be available on Feb 24 2011. But what is interesting is that, the Android Honeycomb powered device will ship without Flash. But the it will be made available once the much awaited Adobe Flash 10.2 for mobile devices is released. This is a big disappointment, considering that Xoom is advertised as an iPad killer (of-course iPad also don’t have flash, but flash is big plus point for Xoom over iPad).
Samsung has unveiled its second Android tabled on the eve of Mobile World Congress 2011. Samsung has introduced Galaxy Tab 10.1, the big brother of its 7″ Galaxy Tab, with features set of 10.1 inch 1,280×800 resolution touch screen, dual core processor powered by Nvidia’s Tegra 2 chipset, 8 Mega Pixel rear camera and a 2 Mega Pixel front facing camera for video calls.
Google’s Android Honeycomb event is available in Youtube. Xoom, Android Market website, in-app purchases explored and Live video chat event with Cee-Lo Green
Google demonstrated its much anticipated Android 3.0 aka Honecomb mobile operating system targeted at tablets. Google has already leaked information about Android Honeycomb and what we can expect from it. But on Wednesday, they took it a new level by showing off all the big things it can do. Lot of things happened during the event that missed the headlines but are worth noting for nerds.
Sony has posted its 2010 Q3 revenue details, reporting a income of approximately US $1.68 billion with some dramatic but expected changes.
T-Mobile officially announced today the release of Smasung S 4G by this month. This will be fastest 4G smartphone running on America’s 4G Network. The Samsung S 4G offers enhanced mobile experience and entertainment and includes the mobile HD TV, the Academy Award nominated film Inception and T-Mobile video chat powered by Qik.
T-Mobile USA Inc., and LG unveils today their G-Slate Tablet, powered with Android 3.0 Honeycomb, HD, 8.9 inch and 3D capable multi-touch display, it records 3D and HD videos, with capable of 4G and it is coming this spring.
The Nook modding community has ported the Android 3.0 aka Honeycomb. Deeper-blue who is spending the past few days porting the Honeycomb’s SDK over to the Nook color, has now finally decided to release his latest work to eager the users and fellow coders. He’s enabled the accelerometer, touchscreen, buttons, graphics acceleration, and wireless connectivity, but the other things like sound remain on the list now.
Cowon D3 Plenue priced at $370 or $100 per inch of AMOLED display.The D3 Plenue seems to be Prestige Portable Media Player to make the smart phones blush.
RIM’s new PlayBook is going to to have a connection with the nearby BlackBerry Touch phone. As for lifting the product the company had released the video yesterday, that shows how thats all going to work exactly.
LG confirms its Optimus 3D smartphones in Mobile World Congress 2011 heads on this month. The Mobile will be the first 3D smart phone offering the users the 3D experience, supports dual-lens 3D camera, glasses free LCD display, HDMI/DNLA for sharing the 3D sets you have, the mobile may be coming with Android GingerBread.