After just under two months on the US market, Microsoft will discontinue production of their Kin One and Two mobile phones. Contributing factors are presumed to be poor sales and a shifting of focus towards the company’s Windows Mobile 7 operating system. The Redmond-based computer software giant, confirmed the remaining stock in the US will continue to be sold until the channel runs dry, although the planned fall release for the two Kin devices has officially been halted.
As novel navigation concepts go, this is rather a good one. It’s called Easy Walk, and it’s been developed for Symbian mobile phones by an Italian company. Currently being tested by 30 members of the Italian Blind Union, Easy Walk incorporates a Bluetooth GPS receiver, that aforementioned Symbian phone, new-age text-to-speech software with the unassuming […]
How do you get people’s attention in a market flooded with “rugged” and “most durable” cases for devices? Sure, you could drive over it with a hummer, throw it off a building, chuck it down the hill in snow, but how about something a little well, out of this world?