Xobni, one of the best email plug-ins ever will soon be available for Android users. Those who’ve used Xobni will know that how the plug-in instantly makes contacts, emails and attachments so much easier to find amongst the thousands of work emails that one would typically get as well as efficiently organise your multitude of contacts and linking it to related social media networks and more.
Up until recently, Xobni in addition to being an Outlook plug-in Xobni is only available for BlackBerry users but that will soon change as the makers of Xobni has opened up registration of interest for an Android users to try out the alpha version of Xobni for Android.
For Android users who are interested in trying out the alpha version, click here to register your interest. iPhone users don’t fret as Xobni has indicated that its app of the iOS will be available soon.
For the uninitiated, head on over to after the jump for a brief intro video of Xobni.
Apart from the Nokia N8, the other most anticipated Nokia device to come into the market in recent months is the business oriented Nokia E7. Having seen an early rendition of the device way back even before the iPhone 4 was launched, we noted that the prospect of having a device that has all the capabilities of the N8 with the added useful utility of a physical keyboard is something to look forward too.
But the scenario is decidedly different now. In a last ditch effort to remain relevant, Nokia jumped off the platform and right into bed with Microsoft at the expense of many die-hard Symbian fans who, for the lack of a better word, feel like they were cheated out of a long standing relationship.
So now that we know Nokia will be focusing its effort on churning primarily Windows Phone devices what is the outlook for the E7 — what can be considered as a last of its kind device? Dubbed as the spiritual successor of Nokia’s last rendition of its communicator series, the E90, can the E7 establish itself as a formidable business oriented machine in a sea of business-centric devices coming from Android, BlackBerry and iPhone?
This is our first impression of the Nokia E7.
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HTC owners can now get professional technical support and training on how to make the most out of their HTC devices thanks to the launch of the HTC Training Cube at Sunway Giza recently.
The HTC Training Cube located within the premises of Cubic Platforms is a place for HTC users to get expert advice on their device while having one of the world’s best coffees. Cubic Platforms is the first and currently the only place where you can get Graffeo Coffee — which is included in National Geopraphic’s book “The 10 Best Everything”.
For those who would like to jump on the HTC bandwagon, Cubic Platforms is an authorised HTC dealer where you can purchase the latest HTC device. Other than serving up expert advice and one of the world’s best coffees, Cubic Platforms is also an authorised DiGi customer centre where you can pay your bills and sign-up for news plans and what not.
The HTC Training Cube is located at Cubic Platforms, C-3A-1, Sunway Giza Mall, Jalan PJU 5/14, Kota Damansara, 47810, Petaling Jaya, Selangor. Operating hours are from Monday to Sunday (excluding public holidays) 10:00am to 10:00pm. To find out more or to register yourself for HTC training sessions, head on over to www.myhtctraining.com