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Telus has recently launched yet another device, this time the Samsung Galaxy Apollo. The Galaxy Apollo runs Android 2.1 Eclair, and features a 3.2" (240x400) touch screen, 3MP camera with video capture, and connectivity options including Wi-Fi, bluetooth, and GPS. Embedded in the device at launch, the Apollo features Swype - a revolutionary way to type on virtual keyboards by simply swiping from letter to letter. Available now for just $49.99 on a 3 year term or $249.99 contract-free, the Samsung Galaxy Apollo also features memory expansion up to 16GB via microSD, and comes with an FM radio and 3.5mm headset jack for maximum versatility.


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The Virgin Mobile Live application for BlackBerry officially launched today, providing BlackBerry users with the ability to sync music from their PC, as well as purchase and download content such as DRM-free music, ringtones, and wallpapers. Full music tracks start at $0.69 each, while ringtones cost $3.95 and wallpapers range from $2.00 - $2.50. The application will also provide users with extras such as artist biographies and lyrics for all tracks, and even embedded Twitter functionality so users can share what they're listening to directly from the application.

As of now, the application is free to download and browse through, but will use cellular data, so customers must have a supported data package to avoid overage charges. The application is officially available for the BlackBerry 9700 right now, and should be available for other BlackBerry devices in the near future.


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Rogers have announced new products, the HP Mini 110 Netbooks with embedded mobile broadband. No more usb key, the HP Mini 110 from Rogers include a Sim card slot to keep internet anywhere without need to search for WiFi or wire access. The HP Mini 110 include a hard drive of 160Gig, a 10.1 inch display and the keyboard is 92% of the size of a standard notebook PC. Powered by an Intel Atom processor, the HP Mini 110 supports up to 1 GB of RAM. The HP Mini 110 is already available in Future Shop and Best Buy store.


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Rogers add another QWERTY device, the LG Xenon GR500. The Rogers LG Xenon GR500 includes a 2.0 mega pixel, an embedded MP3 player, a stereo Bluetooth connection and obviously a QWERTY keyboard. A front facing camera is also include to make video calling and a touch screen. A nice device, better of the LG Neon T365, sell in Rogers store for 79.99$ with a 3 years agreement or 279.99$ without contract.


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Mike Hall, which is "Microsoft Windows Embedded senior technical product to manage", comes from published a small interesting article which shows us (another time still) the difference between Windows Mobile and Windows CE..Le blog MSDN de Mike Hall The whole is nevertheless quite interesting. Small precision, to bring by WindowsForDevices.com, these that Mike Hall not spoken about the Licences of Windows Mobile and Windows What are very different. Windows Mobile is distributed to a small d'entreprises number certified and Windows CE is distributed on the Web site of Microsoft for a noncommercial use.


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Who has ever been lost in the world of the terminology of our wonderful world of mobile? Although the blog "Mkehall's Embedded" MSDN, explains the difference between the 2 systems, which are different but still looks great. Read here .


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For programmer our friends, this is a new book written by an expert in the embedded development "Embedded". "You Want to Be an Embedded Engineer" is available from Amazon.com


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After Symbian Windows Mobile and Embedded Ubuntu here. The operating system of the famous Ubuntu distribution, will want an OS for mobile devices. The project launches in early November, will follow the same principles as the distribution on the PC, ie easy to use for a beginner. Although still in draft form, the developers plan to offer distribution to major manufacturers. Here is the Wiki site: Here


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