HTC’s online remote management tool, HTCSense.com is now online. Initially it wasn’t accessible during the unveiling of HTC Desire Z and Desire HD. HTC Sense allows you to control your device remotely including diverting calls and even access your messages via the web. In event you lose your phone, it even allows you to track and to further extent of wiping your phone clean of your confidential data.
Good news is that it is available in Malaysia as shown in the list of countries. Bad news is that it only works for HTC Desire Z and HD. So those using the HTC Desire or even the recently launched Aria are currently left out. Hopefully HTC will expand the supported device with newer firmware updates for its current android HTC lineup.
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So now the iPhone 4 isn’t the only one with a high resolution 960×640 display as Sharp has matched up with its IS03. So which one is better? Engadget has a hands on comparison. From the shots taken, both are quite similar and it is hard to conclude which one is better.
We would like to stress that these photo samples isn’t really an actual comparison as photos are totally different from viewing it with your own eyes. Check out the photo gallery from Engadget here.
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It is all about the Nokia N8‘s 12MP camera again. While the subject of which camera does better is being debated, GSM Arena has conducted a blindtest to ensure a fairer comparison since there’s always a factor of biasness towards a brand. So they took a couple of shots with a Nokia N8, a Samsung Pixon12 phone and Sony HX5 Digital Camera then asked several people to pick their “best” rated picture. This is done without knowing which camera it was taken from and the photos are randomly sorted.
The results from its 200 participants were rather interesting. In the end, the Nokia N8 scored the first place with the most number of votes followed by Sony HX5 in second and Samsung Pixon12 in last place. So looks like the general consensus agree that the Nokia N8 takes better pics. What do you think?
Read the article and the sample photos here.
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So far Apple has mostly been promoting its apps for the iPhone. With the iPhone 4, they have started promoting FaceTime as a unique selling point. Obviously the next thing they can talk about is its Retina display which they boast of having the highest resolution screen ever on a phone. Of course, they aren’t the only one now since Sharp has released a similar resolution display with its IS03.
The ad titled “Every” touches on having everything viewed better than before. From text, graphics, video, photos and much more.
Watch the ad after the jump.