The new P’9521 cell phone from Porsche Design blends purist style with the latest in communication technology from Sagem. This high quality handset brings together class leading technology and elegant design in one premuim device.

Porsche Design unveiled the new Porsche mobile phone at the Red Dot Design Museum in Essen and the buzz created is almost the same as the one for Apple iPhone


  • Cellular / Phone Design: Clamshell
  • Cellular / Technology: GPRS; EDGE; Bluetooth; USB
  • Cellular / Band: Quad-Band
  • Cellular / Combined with: 3.2 MP digital camera
  • Display Type: OLED; 262K colours; 240 x 320 pixels
  • Battery: Li-Ion
  • Weight: 140
  • Length: 9.1
  • Width: 4.8
  • Height: 1.84

The P’9521 best features is a fingerprint reader, which clearly identifies the user and thus ensures secure access to personal data.

Wikipedia has launched the mobile version of its website is a well known website for knowledge sharing.There a has other wiki apps like SMS etc.This mobile version of the the website is really good.The mobile version is a simple interface and it is easy to browse through the topics which you want to search.This is a plain vanilla site with a simple search box, no images and all articles are split into multiple pages similar to Google Transcoder.

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The UltraDrive LE series uses SLC (Single Level Cell) technology, and will be available in capacities up to 128 GB. It offers maximum read speed of 230 Mbps and a write speed of 170Mbps. It is basically targeted towards enterprise usage.

The UltraDrive ME uses MLC (Multi Level Cell) technology, and will offer up to 256 GB of storage. The maximum read/write speed is bit slower than the LE offering 200Mbps/160Mbps respectively. The ME series is targeted for consumer usage.

Both the drives have same physical outlook as both of them are 2.5” inches SATA-II units. Super Talent commits that consumer drive or the ME series drive of 128GB will endure 50 Gigs of writing & erasing per day for over 70 years enhancing the overall life of the drive.

According to the company the drives are expected in market in the first month of 2009 but the company is not committing any price as the value of SSD’s varies very frequently. Still you can expect the UltraDrive ME of 256GB storage capacity to be available at a price tag of nearly $900 that is ~45,000 INR as per current conversion rate...

Logitech has announced a new gaming accessory for PC and Mac, the G13 advanced game board. It is like a hybrid keypad and will act like a secondary keyboard while gaming. It comes with a LCD screen which provides some useful gaming info during those long gaming sessions.

The LCD screen can give you useful information such as stats for some games like World of Warcraft or it can tell you which character is speaking during voice chat. It is ergonomically designed and can be used to increase the capability if the G15 keyboard and G9 laser mouse. It has 25 programmable keys, analog stick, three game modes. You can also create game profiles and macros. It also has backlights with several color options. It even has onboard memory and comes pre configured with several popular games. You can create different profiles for use with different PCs and games.

It can server as a useful accessory during LAN parties and gaming sessions. It is going to be launched by the end of this month at a price of $80.

Another multimedia mobile phone is going to enter into the market for this festive season. Motorola is going to add another member to its MOTOYUVA family, the MOTOYUVA W396. It is the seventh phone in the Motoyuva series and is an entry level multimedia phone. It has got some decent features at an affordable price.

It has got a slim and stylish clamshell design. It has a 1.8 inch, 128 X 160 pixels 65K display. It does not have any exterior display but contains three bright colored LED lights on external cover. The phone has a VGA camera which offers a resolution of 640 X 480 and 4X digital zoom. Music lovers are surely going to love this phone. It has a built in MP3 and FM player with dedicated MP3 and FM keys. Using the dedicated keys, you can change tracks, control volume, browse through FM channels. The MP3 player supports Mp3, AMR, Midi formats. It even comes with Motorola’s Crystal Talk technology which enables clear conversation in noisy environment. It has a 1MB internal memory which can save upto 1000 contacts and 750 SMS messages. It can support external microSD card of upto 2 GB. It has GPRS and WAP facility as well.

The phone is available in Cannon Gray, Lustrous Silver, and Mandarin Orange colors. It is available at a decent price of Rs 4,199.

This is the month of announcements and rumors, and here’s one more to get you in an anticipatory mood for more Android-powered handsets. It seems like Lenovo’s new touch screen handset being called the OPhone (hmm... that sounds familiar, a touch screen handset with a vowel and ‘Phone’ attached) will probably be running on the Android platform.

Word has it that it won’t be available for quite a while at least to the US customers but there could be a possibility it’ll be available a lot sooner on our continent with neighbors. It could be China Mobile’s offering of an Android handset but there’s not too much information on the specs this handset is empowered with. But not to deviate from what I’m presuming a lot of mobile maniacs are wondering – a Lenovo mobile phone? Sound’s interesting.

Rockstar began working on a patch that’s released today and will automatically update the game through Games for Windows Live. Here’s what the patch brings to the table:

  • A fix to the crash after legal screen that some German customers were reporting.
  • Numerous improvements to the video editor: Smarter naming of videos, improved rendering quality, better FX during replays
  • Fix to bowling while using certain sensitive mice
  • Fix for ATI 1900 shadows
  • Overall savings to memory
  • Graphic improvements to particle systems and mirrors
  • Multiplayer character settings are preserved
  • Support for DirectInput controllers. Note: The current hack way of supporting these controllers may not work with the improved functionality. So we recommend you remove the hack before upgrading to the patch.
Issues with power management software have also been fixed (slow speed, double speed issues). Even after the patch comes out setting power management software to maximum performance is recommended. We’ve seen cases where power management software does not detect the game is running and puts the CPU in green mode.

Besides the patch we’ve also improved the way the Social Club handles data this should have greatly reduced or eliminated the MMA10 error. If you are still receiving this error after logging in and out of Social Club we would like to know as much info as you can about it.

RadioShack Corporation is first off the blocks in the US to offer the Acer Aspire One netbook that comes with a built-in 3G modem so that you will be able to connect to your favorite website and surf the Internet no matter where you are without having to have something ugly dangling out from the back, as long as there is a suitable signal that is. It is hoped that this special version of the Acer Aspire One will be able to fulfill people’s growing needs for mobile access to the Internet, and we’ll take a closer look at the Acer Aspire One just in case you’ve forgotten what it offers.

Among the features and specifications found on the Acer Aspire One 3G netbook include :-

  1. Weighs 2.44 pounds
  2. Ultra-compact size (9.8″ x 6.7″ x 1.1″)
  3. Stylish piano-black finish
  4. Built-in 3G capability
  5. 802.11b/g wireless (Wi-Fi) connectivity
  6. 8.9″ LCD screen
  7. Built-in Web cam
  8. Intel Atom processor
  9. Windows XP Home
  10. 1GB memory
  11. 160GB hard drive
  12. Built-in memory card readers (dedicated SD and 5-in-1)

Just how much do you think this Aspire One netbook will cost? Well, it is priced at $99.99 for those who want to tether themselves to AT&T’s two-year DataConnect mobile broadband service agreement that will feature plans that start from $60 a month. When activated, folks will be able to jump aboard the Internet bandwagon as long as they remain within range of AT&T’s wireless network. The offer is specially available in 4,400 RadioShack company-operated stores until Christmas Eve, while those outside continental US might have to settle for a different pricing structure.

Would you mind picking up the Acer Aspire One from AT&T in this way, or are you OK with a high-speed 3G modem sticking out from the back of your netbook on your travels? Sure, this is much easier to pack but you won’t be able to transfer the modem’s usefulness to other computers when you need to.

It appears that our friends from Apple have leaked some drool-worthy information on the net with their latest concept, the triBook.

Yes, I am also quite impressed at a screen that can fold out into three. These side screens are perfectly sandwiched in between the main display and the keyboard. Every time a user wants to use the triBook, he or she will unfold it like opening a cardboard box. A user also has the option of combining all three screens for a landscape display of about 21 inches.

An unfolded triBook measures at 6.75 x 10 inches, and it is about 1 inch thick. That may not be good enough to fit into a manila envelope like the MacBook Air, but I am willing to sacrifice the skinniness for that fold-out feature.

Not much is known about the triBook’s other features, other than it comes with a “kick-ass” hard drive (that is a direct quote from my source). It also has many I/O connectors, an 8x SuperDrive, plus a MacBook Pro-caliber CPU.

Right now, the triBook is just concept, but I could easily see it becoming the standard for laptops. After all, who wouldn’t want more real estate for their laptop screen? That alone is enough to convert me to a Mac user, and I’m sure a lot of people will also be Apple converts if this ever gets mass-marketed....

The Sansa Fuze from SanDisk, is a cool little MP3/4 player along the same vein as the iPod Nano. We’ve recently been sent one to play with so here are our thoughts and findings (or a review so to speak).

Aesthetically the Fuze is a cute little player.The physical UI consists of a rotating front dial which also acts as the 4 navigation buttons with the center button for selection. The display crisp with a resolution of 220 x 176, large enough for watching the odd music video but you wouldn’t want to watch a feature length film on it. Sound quality was good (though as with just about any MP3 player the supplied headphones aren’t the greatest). What most impressed me about the Fuze are the extra features that you don’t find on other (note iPod) players, including:

  • Built in microphone
  • FM radio
  • microSD Slot, a really cheap way to expand the capacity
  • Easy to transfer files (drag and drop) without the need of propriety software

Though there are a few downsides:
Propriety USB connection, it obviously comes the cable but a standard mini USB connection would be much more convenient especially for charging
You bookmark videos but not audio books

The Fuze comes in 2, 4 and 8GB versions with prices starting from ~$70 at Amazon.

Live TV, high speed data download and video streaming on mobile phone on Thursday became a reality in India, with state owned MTNL launching the next generation 3G technology-based Telecom services in the country.

Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh inaugurated the service and Minister for Communications and IT, A. Raja presided over the function,at India Telecom 2008, in New Delhi.

The country’s first video call was enabled by Motorola’s 3G network and Motorola’s MOTORAZR2 V9 Ferrari Special Edition mobile phone.

MTNL’s customers in the metros of New Delhi and Mumbai will be the first to experience new services like high speed data transfers, video streaming
and conferencing, mobile TV, video mobile surveillance and mobile internet broadband.

MTNL has selected Motorola’s next-generation 3G network infrastructure that includes radio access network, core network elements and various services like project management, networks deployments and system integration.

BSNL will launch 3G services in Chennai next month.

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Nokia has announced the launch of Nokia N97 calling it the world's most advanced mobile computer at Barcelona,Spain.

The N97 features a large 3.5", 640 x 360 pixel touchscreen display with a full QWERTY keypad sliding from behind the big screen.

"From the desktop to the laptop and now to your pocket, the Nokia N97 is the most powerful, multi-sensory mobile computer in existence," said Jonas Geust, Vice President, Nokia Nseries. "Together with the Ovi services announced today, the Nokia N97 mobile computer adjusts to the world around us, helping stay connected to the people and things that matter most. With the Nokia N97, Nseries leads the charge in helping to transform the Internet into your Internet".

The Nokia N97 makes it easy to update social networks & favourites automatically with real-time information, giving users the ability to update their 'status' and share their 'social location' as well as related pictures or videos.

The N97 features both physical QWERTY and virtual touch input and its 16:9 widescreen display can be fully personalized with frequently updated widgets of favorite web services and social networking sites while.

The N97 comes equipped with 32GB of built-in memory, and a microSD memory expansion slot that supports up to 16 GB of memory upgrade.It has full support for the Nokia Music Store and the battery is capable of up to 1.5 days of continuous audio playback or 4.5-hours video. The Nokia N97 also has a 5-MP camera with high-quality Carl Zeiss optics, 16:9 and DVD quality video capture, and support for services like Share on Ovi for immediate sharing over HSDPA and WLAN, WiFi, and Bluetooth.

The Nokia N97 will be available next year in Europe and the rest of the world. The price is about €550 ($693).


OS:Windows Vista Service Pack 1 / Windows XP Service Pack 3

CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo 1.8 GHz, AMD Athlon X2 64 2.4 GHz

RAM:1.0 GB (Windows XP) 1.5 GB (Windows Vista)

SPACE:16 GB of free space

GRAPHICS:256 MB Nvidia 7900 / 256 MB ATI X1900

Minimum System Requirements

  • Windows XP or Vista with latest service pack
  • Intel Pentium 4 (or equivalent) CPU running at 2.8GHz or higher (3.0GHz for Windows Vista)
    1GB RAM
  • Geforce 6500, Radeon 9500 or better DirectX compliant video card with Pixel shader 2.0 or above and a supported chipset
  • DirectX compatible sound card
  • 8X or faster DVD Drive
  • 5.5 GB of HD space