HTC HD3 coming to Australia in September

On September 8, 2010, in Cell Phones, by Mike Jefferson

New upcoming phone from HTC is called HD3 and it will run on the Windows Phone 7 operating system. As for the hardware specifications, there’s a 4.5-inch AMOLED display that supports 1200×800 pixel resolution. Besides AMOLED display, this phone features powerful dual core processor that works on 1.5 GHz and 1 GB of RAM that will be enough for the daily running of most of your applications.

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Newest to arrive the App Store is the TomTom GPS application for iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS. Versions specific for countries can now be found, these include the US and Canada, UK and Ireland, Western Europe, Australia and New Zealand.

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Though pricing may be an issue for some with its App Store prices ranging from $79.99 to $139.99, it does mean that iPhone users will now have more choices when it comes to choosing the most suitable turn-by-turn GPS car navigation application.

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pc-pro-optical-discClaims have arised from a group of Australian scientists that they have come up with a way so that up to a whooping 10TB of data can be stored on a single disc. The team from Swinburne University of Technology, Australia, have successfully added “the dimensions of colour and light polarization” to our already existing technology in DVDs giving it massive boost to its maximum storage capacity.

These new discs will be capable of storing 10,000 times more data than our current DVDs, so far they have already been able to achieve 1.6TB discs and these could be on sale through Samsung within the next five years, as a deal has already been snatched. In addition to that, 10 TB will eventually be possible but we’ll need to look further ahead – next ten years.

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BenQ’s all in one iMac like nScreen i91 was announced last month and has finally arrived in Asia (though we think its also available in Australia, please confirm if anyone knows!). Though we don’t exactly know whether this iMac competitor may be arriving any other countries at the moment, the i91 does look to be a piece of cool gadget for websurfing and daily use. The i91 contains two key “Yukon” parts: the Sempron 210U processor and the M690E integrated chipset. The Sempron runs at 1.5GHz and is coupled with 1GB of 667MHz DDR 2 memory. The i91 can be picked up with either 4 to 16GB of solid-state storage, or 120 to 250GB hard drive capacity. On board is also 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, 10.100Mb/s Ethernet and a pair of USB 2.0 ports.

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Since iPhone 3.0 was revealed last week, a number of clever people who have access to the developers beta version of the OS firmware 3.0 have been able to explore it in more depth. A number of details have now been spotted, much more than what was announced and talked about at the presentation last week.

Within days of testing out the new firmware and examining its infrastructure, these folks have spotted details which suggests the following:

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Hey folks, we were sent the Philips Wake Up Light over the weekend for a quick review. Our first impression – it’s bigger than we expected compare to normal wake-up light / or bedside lamps which you would normally buy. I must admit first of all, the Wake Up Light isn’t one of Philips latest products but I suppose it must be serving customers well enough that Philips is confident that it definitely works and still want to promote it.

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Well so much for all our excitement in showing you guys the video of the Kogan Agora Android phone in action, because it’s production has now been suspended indefinitely. This simply means it’s probably unlikely that you’ll ever get to see released into the market. The excuse? “Due to future interoperability issues”…

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