The guys over at BGR have got hold of a BlackBerry Curve 8900, better known as the BlackBerry Javelin, and replacement to the BlackBerry Curve, and have given it the once over, here?s their first impressions.
The BlackBerry Javelin?s size is small enough to sit in the pocket, but not that small it sacrifices on the keyboard. Where owners of the BlackBerry Bold experienced problems hitting the correct convenience key, Javelin owner won?t have the problem as the key is located perfectly.
The BlackBerry Javelin?s screen although smaller than the Bold is flawless with a crisper, denser and sharper display. Keyboard wise it?s even better than the original Curve and keys are evenly space. As for the fake chrome bezel, it looks as if it can take some rough handling as the material looks to be tougher.
The Nokia N96 is now ready for North America, meaning the Nokia N96 NAM is now available at Nokia flagship stores in New York and Chicago, and will cost Nokia fans a cool $842 sans contract to roam whatever GSM network you desire.
Best Buy is also offering the Nokia N96 NAM with 3G 850Mhz and 1900Mhz bands support, and will sell the Nokia N96 NAM unlocked at $799.99, which is a fair discount to the Nokia flagship store?s pricing.
Although if you are patient enough and don?t mind waiting a little longer Amazon will be offering the Nokia N96 NAM on pre-order at the low price of just $705.99, so an even better saving to be had.
If you own an Apple iPhone you?re probably aware there are many games and apps available at the Apple iTunes App Store that take good advantage of the Apple iPhone?s multi-touch display
However, it?s not an everyday occurrence you find a truly unique mobile game for the Apple iPhone which actually takes the iPhone?s multi-touch interface to greater heights.
But there is one such game for Illusion Labs, and they have released a video game trailer for their soon to be in the App Store ?Touchgrind? game for the Apple iPhone.
?Touchgrind? is for the skateboarding iPhoner fan that allows the iPhoner to control a skateboard with 2 fingers, while gamers get to grind their finger-boarding stuff in a virtual skate park?