Fujitsu announced their new Windows 7 F-07C mobile phone will be available in Japan from NTT DOCOMO on the July 23. F-07C is a special devices that combines both basic PC and conventional mobile phone functionality. It’s also the world’s smallest PC that fits into the palm of the user’s hand.

 

 

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Nokia has released it’s first smartphone to feature Windows Mobile the Nokia E7 and it features a 4-inch AMOLED touchscreen and also a sliding QWERTY keyboard designed for faster typing. Even though this new phone is the first device from Nokia with Windows mobile it is not likely to be the last one, as Nokia and Microsoft signed last month an agreement, through which Nokia will make smartphones only on the Windows platform thus abandoning the Symbian OS.

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There are lots of exciting stuff that the developers are doing all day, especially when they are XDA developers (Windows and Android developers). They keep on tweaking things each day and try trying new versions on different prototypes. In this latest tweak / hack, they have worked out how to get Android Honeycomb OS 3.0 on to HTC HD2.

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The much awaited handsets carrying Windows Phone 7 are very much round the corner. If rumours are to be believed then Windows Phone 7 should be available in the US by November while UK seems to be enjoying an early launch which should be somewhere around late October itself.

Microsoft did hint the launch of Windows Phone 7 by late October in UK and the rumours seem to confirm this. Fans in UK can enjoy the fact that all five major operators should be having the Windows Phone 7 by late October itself.

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Windows Mobile fans finally have something to pump up their confidence and loyalty for Windows based phones. Spotify has been successfully launched for Windows Mobile 6.x and higher. Finally Windows based mobile phones will be able to stream music just like most other platforms

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Amongst all the hoopla that has been created by Android, the low end Symbian phones seem to have lost space in every form of media around the planet. Drifting away from the regular Android world let us bring to your attention something related to Symbian S60 phones. AT&T has recently announced that it will be offering the Sony Ericsson Vivaz for $79.99 when bought under a two year contract. Well, the Vivaz might not have created that huge buzz like any other regular Android phone but it can easily be a great buy for those looking for affordable phones with good features.

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An alpha version of SPB software Mobile Shell 3.5 was reportedly leaked this week as reported by the Daily Mobile. Some widgets from the leaked version are still not functional. Nevertheless, it was an opportunity for some to check out what the software can offer to the users. Reportedly, Mobile Shell 3.5 has more integrated tools, and the new and improved personal customization and phone interaction are the newest features to watch out for.

So what’s inside? While the previous version can only be used with Windows Mobile, the new version of the SPB Mobile Shell can now be used with Android, Symbian and Windows Mobile phones, a major upgrade in mobile platform implementation. For Symbian, it only supports the Symbian 60 version 5.

The version promises support for 3D technology with its new 3D engine. This means that users can have easy access to the latest 3D widgets and applications such as 3D media player, 3D email, 3D weather and more. It also has an improved social networking integration environment where users can easily sync with popular services such as Twitter, Facebook or Friendster.

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