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Samsung introduces 1GHz "iPhone" processor

Samsung introduces 1GHz "iPhone" processor

Samsung along with Texas-based Intrinsity has come up with a 45nm ARM Cortex-A8 processor, a potential rival to Intel's nascent Moorestown.

Western Digital unveils Scorpio Blue 1TB and the Scorpio Blue 750GB hard drives

Western Digital unveils Scorpio Blue 1TB and the Scorpio Blue 750GB hard drives

Western Digital Corp. has come up with its two mobile drives that present huge amounts of storage.
The 2.5-inch internal SATA hard drives are: Scorpio Blue 1TB and the Scorpio Blue 750GB.

Microsoft to add new members to its BlueTrack family in June

Microsoft to add new members to its BlueTrack family in June

Software major Microsoft expanded its BlueTrack peripherals product line with the addition of two new mice, a keyboard and a Webcam.

The features of the Wireless Mobile Mouse 6000 are many, one of the them being the option to plug-and-go nano transceiver, that would allow the users to stay plugged into their notebook all the time. This wireless mouse operates without power interruption for up to 10 months on a single battery and would provide a 2.4GHz wireless connection with up to a 30-foot range and virtually no interference.

Telecom comes out with new flagship network XT

Telecom comes out with new flagship network XT

Till date, New Zealanders, who wanted to get email and internet on their mobiles, had only Vodafone as an option. However with the launch of Telecom's new flagship network, XT now, that’s all changed.

Technology expert Steve Simms said, “It's certainly giving me the experience I would expect of a 3G network.”

Until the XT network is switched on next week, Telecom won't disclose price plans. However, it said that after the first minute prepay users will be charged by the second.

E75 launched by Nokia in New Zealand

E75 launched by Nokia in New Zealand

As per media report, real-time push email service would be unveiled by Nokia next week in New Zealand, simultaneously with the release of its new flagship smartphone, the E75, on May 18.

Nokia Mail, the BlackBerry-style service, will function on two levels.

Free middleware would be acquired by business users who buy the E75 and future models in Nokia’s E series, which would enable them to connect to their office email server via Microsoft Exchange or IBM’s Lotus Notes. Nokia says set up is DIY.

Compass Communications makes big promises

Compass Communications

A promotion of recently launched mobile service by the Compass Communications claims that on their annual mobile costs business and personal customers will be able to save at least 20 to 30%.

Compass Communications, which leases capacity on Vodafone's mobile network, said that its competitive pricing plan was targeted at attracting customers away from existing networks.

In the mobile market Compass' push comes at a time of quick change.

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