The Droid Guy has posted pictures of what appears to be a new Android device that supports both CDMA/GSM. Being able to support both CDMA and GSM radio makes this a true global phone as not all networks are using GSM especially in the USA.
While most operators are using GSM in Malaysia, many might not know that TM offers CDMA for fixed wireless telephony in rural areas.
The specification for this CDMA/GSM slider phone is rumoured to be:
More pictures after the jump.
Getting bored with your iPhone? Planning to get an iPhone 4 or replace your old iPhone with an Android device? On the borderline of Jailbreaking your iPhone but not really sure what’s the point of doing it?
Well, if you’ve been asking these questions than perhaps a Jailbreaking your current iPhone is an option worth considering.
Gizmodo presents a very convicing arguement on why Jailbreaking your iPhone is actually a good idea. And we have to admit, it takes your iPhone to another level in terms of functionality and usability — it’s almost like somebody made a better iPhone OS. At the very least, Jailbreaking will give your iPhone a new lease on life. The best part is, since Jailbreaking is legal, its now very easy to Jailbreak your iPhone than even before.
Not sure if Jailbreaking is for you? Consider the possibility of remotely accessing your iPhone from your computer to reply text messages. Or how about being able to access all your wireless and display setting controls without the need do dig into the settings menu. These are just some of the enhancements Jailbreaking opens up for your iPhone.
Don’t take our word for it, take a look at Gizmodo’s article here — but we got to warn you, proceed with Jailbreak at your own peril.
A picture of the rumoured Desire HD or better known as the HTC Ace has been leaked on a chinese site. Depending on how you look at it, this could either be a HTC EVO 4G without WiMAX or simply a bigger version of the HTC Desire.
Specification wise, it is rumoured to have a 4.3″ WVGA screen, Android 2.2 Froyo, 8MP Camera, 1GHz processor, 720p video recording, 4GB internal storage and a aluminium case.
Both the Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) and the Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC) said that social media savvy employees need to be careful what they put online about their employers or risk disciplinary action even dismissal for their words.
There is one caveat however and that is what’s mentioned must be “backed by facts and figures“.
Looks like this rule doesn’t apply to Parliament members when it comes to presenting arguments in the Dewan Rakyat.
In a recent Parliement session, Bandar Kuching Member of Parliament Chong Chieng Jen argued that TM favours UniFi customers of Streamyx. The MP claims that Streamyx subscribers are getting slower speeds after UniFi was launched citing that TM is giving priority to its fiber optic service subscribers.
What logic possessed him to think that his beyond us. According to the Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Information, Communication and Culture, Dato’ Joseph Salang, there are over 1.4 million Streamyx subscribers and about 6,000 UniFi subscribers’ and if you have any common sense you’d know that favouring 6,000 over 1.4 million doesn’t make much sense for TM.
What a douchebag.
Check out the Parliament session video after the jump.
(Update 0022hrs 11082010) Rais Yatim says MCMC gathering information on BlackBerry service for his ministry to evaluate and decide if a ban is necessary. More here.
Information, Communication and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Rais Yatim has ruled out any move to ban on Blackberry in Malaysia which is currently used by an estimated 1.5 million users.
According to Malaysian Mobile Content Providers Association’s president, there would be much opposition if they ban it here especially when the government themselves rely on Blackberry services including top government agencies and the police.
UAE and Saudi Arabia government had earlier announced the ban on Blackberry service as user communication data is encrypted with no possible monitoring by its government. The Indonesian government has also demand for local monitoring which could possibly lead to a similar ban if RIM does not comply.
With this announcement, blackberry users and our local telcos can now breathe a sigh of relief. Blackberry Torch 9800 anyone?
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