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  • Everyone’s Getting an iPhone 4 – Be Different! Get a Customized Cover from Coveroo

    SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Coveroo, creator of the highest-quality customized covers and cases for mobile phones and consumer electronic devices, debuted its line of customizable cases for the iPhone 4. Customers can place their orders for iPhone 4 cases today at prices starting at $29.95. Cases will begin shipping on July 1. Coveroo is the first company to offer customized cases for the newest generation of iPhones. Coveroo offers the widest array of designs available with over 3,000 choic

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  • Epic Symbian^3 review published, notices it’s lagging behind

    Epic Symbian^3 review published, notices it’s lagging behind

    If you like detail as much as you like Nokias, then this news is going to make your day: Mobile Review have posted one of the most thorough overviews of an OS that I've ever seen. The OS in question is Symbian^3, Nokia's latest build of their tried-and-true OS, and the final Symbian OS to grace an N-series device.

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  • Symbian^3 reviewed in exquisite and ruthless detail by Eldar Murtazin

    Symbian^3 reviewed in exquisite and ruthless detail by Eldar Murtazin

    No folks, those mythical N8 review units still aren't on our doorsteps, but we can offer you the next best thing: a thorough (we mean thorough) overview of the Symbian^3 environment that will be front and center on Nokia's next great phone. Eldar Murtazin of mobile-review reports on everything from the sophisticated handling of contacts and caller ID pictures, through the noticeable speed improvements, past the limited utility of online widgets that display only two lines at a time, beyond the "weak spot" web browser, and all the way to Symbian's unhealthy habit of "clinging to continuity." It's an enlightening read, which pulls no punches with its conclusion: Symbian^3 is an evolutionary step up from S60 5th edition, which brings nothing new to the market and offers no comparative advantages. Strong words from Eldar, paricularly when he doesn't disclose what build of the OS he's using; his rationale, however, is that his analysis relates to overarching design decisions and ignores software bugs and version-specific foibles. Make of that what you will.

    [Thanks, scotsboyuk]

    Symbian^3 reviewed in exquisite and ruthless detail by Eldar Murtazin originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 24 Jun 2010 06:15:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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