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Sidekick Recovery Tool Released
Mobile Devices
Written by Daniel   
Wednesday, 21 October 2009 17:22

Microsoft and its network partner insist they're making progress salvaging users' lost information.

By Paul McDougall
InformationWeek
October 21, 2009 12:46 PM

Microsoft (NSDQ: MSFT) and T-Mobile have released an online tool that the companies say will allow Sidekick mobile device users to recover data lost during a server outage last week.

"Log into the My T-Mobile Web site, where there will be a recovery tool to restore contacts you may have lost during the recent service outage," Microsoft said in a statement Tuesday.
The catch: Microsoft said the tool will only restore data that users had stored as of Oct. 1. And, as for now, only information on personal contacts has been recovered. [Comment...]

 
Hands on: BlackBerry Storm 2 review
Mobile Devices
Written by Danrok   
Thursday, 15 October 2009 15:03

From TechRadar:

RIM has finally announced one of the worst kept secrets in the mobile phone world with the BlackBerry Storm 2, and we managed to bag loads of face time with the new device.

It's basically an update to the original Storm, which debuted to mixed reception last year, and the obvious differences are fairly subtle.

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Sony PSPgo Review
Mobile Devices
Written by Danrok   
Friday, 09 October 2009 17:52

sonyFrom Trusted Reviews:

If the PS3 Slim was Sony's attempt to relaunch the PS3 and regain lost ground in the home console market, then the PSPgo represents the same for the PSP. Despite PSP sales of around 53 million, the last four years must have been galling for the house of PlayStation. The PSP never became 'the next iPod' as so many reviewers thought it would, and its UMD disc failed to take off as a next-generation media format. Instead, it was Nintendo's strange, ungainly DS that caught the public imagination, outselling the PSP nearly 2-to-1. Worse, Apple's iPhone/iPod touch has come from nowhere to become a third handheld gaming and media platform - arguably occupying the position of 'all-in-one' mobile entertainment device that Sony desperately wanted the PSP to grab. The PSPgo is Sony's best hope at redressing that situation, and putting the PSP back in the game.

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Flash moves on to smart phones
Mobile Devices
Written by Danrok   
Monday, 05 October 2009 16:12

From The BBC:

One of the most common technologies for watching video on a computer will soon be available for most smartphones.

Flash software is used to deliver around 75% of online video and is the key technology that underpins websites such as YouTube and Google Video.

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Irate Android devs aim to replace Google's proprietary bits
Mobile Devices
Written by Danrok   
Tuesday, 29 September 2009 17:48

From Ars Technica:

Google has angered the Android enthusiast community by sending a cease and desist notice to a third-party developer who is building a popular custom version of the open source platform. Google doesn't want its proprietary bits included in cooked ROMs.

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Sony's Walkman overtakes Apple's Ipod in Japan
Mobile Devices
Written by Danrok   
Friday, 04 September 2009 10:25

From The Inquirer:

SONY'S WALKMAN is back and it is giving Jobs' Mob a good kicking in the Land of the Rising Sun.

The Walkman, which was the icon of the 1980s, has been doing the unthinkable and usurped the Apple icon amongst the technology savvy Japanese.

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