We haven’t heard much from Sony Ericsson lately, aside from Sony buying out Ericsson’s share of the company. The photos you see above and below aren’t all that special upon first glance. They were uploaded to Picasa by an unknown user, and as you can tell they’re nothing to be amazed by. The importance of the photos lies in what they were taken with: two SE devices, bearing the model numbers of ST25i and LT28AT. Keep in mind that the Nozomi (aka the LT26i) is nearing a launch, so these devices may or may not be different versions. Read More »
CraneBalls Studios, an up-and-coming app developer, has released SuperRope to Android. SuperRope, widely popular on iOS devices, is now available via the Android Market. The goal of the game is to climb as high as possible, jumping from rope to rope, and collecting coins, diamonds, megacoins, and more. The height that you reach, along with what you pick up along the way, total together to make your score. But it’s not all fun and ropes for long, as obstacles, land fragments, and even falling pianos and anvils will try to knock you down. It’s your job to avoid these challenges and make it as high as you can, with the help of some extras along the way, like mag-rockets and helicopters.
But wait, there’s more! The Funky Stars that you pick up while playing can be used in the Funky Store to purchase new backgrounds, characters, and a multitude of power-ups. The game is free to download, and you get Funky Stars just by playing. But if you want more, you can always buy some Stars via an in-app purchase as well. With so many options, the fun never ends– until you put down your phone, of course. The game is also integrated with OpenFeint, so you can share your high scores with your friends. Read More »
The Motorola DROID RAZR has been all the hype lately, and for a good reason. Verizon is touting this as the latest and greatest new Android device on their network. The question is, however… is it? I was able to spend some good, quality time with the new RAZR before its release coming on 11/11/11 at 11:11 AM, and I’ve got a pretty solid feel for this super-thin device. The good, the bad, and yes, even the ugly. Want the full rundown? Check out below, and see if the hype lives up to real life for Moto‘s new bouncing baby phone. Read More »
Lookout Mobile Security today announced that they’ve expanded their reach, moving into multiple new markets. Folks living in Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom will soon have access to the same level mobile protection that we’ve come to love here in the United States. This includes security against malware, phishing, data loss, and losing the device altogether. Lookout is also proud to announce that they have partnered with Telstra, making it very easy for their customers to download an install the service.
Lookout Mobile Security Expands Internationally, Signs Partnership with Mobile Operator Telstra
Lookout Finds Global Mobile Malware Instances Have Doubled in the Last Four Months
San Francisco, CA – November 9, 2011 – Lookout Mobile Security, the leader in mobile security, today announced its international expansion starting with Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom, where it will be delivering a product experience adapted for those markets. As part of Lookout’s growth abroad, the company is announcing its relationship with mobile operator Telstra, one of the largest telecommunications companies in Australia. With more than 12 million users, Lookout plays an instrumental role in protecting mobile devices from malware and spyware, phishing scams, data loss and loss of the device itself. Read More »