Thursday´s News Bits
This article contains unofficial information.
- Comverse will help Sony Ericsson with the integration of visual voice-mail services. Comverse is a global leader in the development of systems that visualize voice messages in an email-like interface. The feature may come in extremely handy, especially for business customers. (source: BusinessWire)
- Best Buy Mobile launches mIQ service. It allows people to synchronize phone contacts, messages, calendar, pictures, videos and other data stored on your handset via an internet server and later access the information no matter where they are. (source: Business Wire)
- AT&T will roll out an Android-based cell phone made by Dell and according to the rumours, this will happen next year. The word also has it Dell is searching for other distribution options as well, since the company would like to maximize the market penetration of their product. (source: eWeek)
You can now order the Nokia E72. The device has not been officially released yet, but you can pre-order the handset and be among the first to get it. Its available for $576 (£362) in the UK. (via: AllAboutSymbian)
- Texas Instruments has released two multimedia co-processors designed for portable devices. OMAP-DM515 and OMAP-DM525 cell phones to capture 20-megapixel pictures and 720p videos. We cannot wait to see these at work in upcoming multimedia monsters. (source: UnwiredView)