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AT&T intros two Pantech, two Samsung phones
AT&T today sought to address the limits of messaging phones with four new models that center on a new browser. The Pantech Impact and Reveal, as well as the Samsung Flight and Mythic, all have a new AT&T web browser based on Opera that not only renders HTML more accurately -- a rarity on non-smartphones -- but also uses compression to reduce the bandwidth overhead on the 3G network. It further provides shortcuts to location-sensitive news, maps and points of interest.
HTC Pure and Tilt 2 arrive at AT&T
AT&T's phone introductions on Monday have been headed up by its first smartphones to ship with Windows Mobile 6.5. The Pure is AT&T's more unique entry and has a 3.2-inch but very sharp 800x480 screen that takes advantage of the Microsoft platform's more touch-friendly interface, Windows Marketplace and a more accurate web browser with Flash. HTC's own TouchFLO 3D interface is similarly new for AT&T and puts contacts, media and other data at the top level. A 5-megapixel camera, 3G, GPS and Wi-Fi put it on par with HTC's Touch Diamond2 despite the smaller frame.
Apple aims to stop application approval process
Apple has launched a legal challenge against Woolworths, prompted by the latter company's new logo that resembles the well-known Apple symbol, according to The Age. Woolworths, the largest retailer in Australia, insists its new logo is a stylized "W" or a piece of fresh produce. Apple conversely believes the icon is too similar to its own and has set out to convince IP Australia, the Federal Government agency that governs trademarks, to stop Woolworths' application from proceeding.
Eagle Tech AR504 speakers reviewed
Eagle Tech is best known for its external storage systems, power supplies, and computer chassis. Eagle's first foray into desktop speakers was very modest, with its $30 AR502 speaker system. The Arion AR504 system we are reviewing has a lot more to offer on paper, but can a networking and storage manufacturer really build a great 2.1 speaker set for only $50? We check in our quick review.
iMetal HS5 for iPhone, BlackBerry reviewed
Touted as an 'enhanced definition' headset, the iMetal HS5 is Maximo's flagship headset offering. The earphones are ostensibly designed for use with iPhone and BlackBerry devices where headphone output quality is equally as important as microphone quality; our challenge in our review is to find out whether they're truly well balanced or simply trying to please too many at once.
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