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Dell's Phone Prototypes, New Pen Concept, Google GDrive, Samsung S3500

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Yesterday, i set my own personal record. I posted an overwhelming 7 posts in one day. It was actually 8, if you count my post in my other blog. With special help from having no school and the whole day off, it was a pretty productive blogging day. I'm certainly satisfied with what i did yesterday. A day which consisted entirely of relaxation and blogging.

There has been breaking news that Dell will be making its way into the smartphone market. Oh wait, this is old news. This rumour about Dell going into the smartphone business has been going on for far too long now. Dell's smartphone prototypes seem to be imitating the Pre and the iPhone in a way. One of the phones will have "a touchscreen but no physical keyboard" and the other prototype phone is a "slider-style phone with a keypad and that slides from beneath the screen." It doesn't seem too interesting to me, but i`d still give these a second look. They are also looking to use the WinMo (hopefully not 6.1) and the Android OS for their smartphones. "The formal move into the phone market could happen as early as February, perhaps just in time for the 3GSM global phone biz show in Barcelona on the 15th. Dell could be unveiling something big soon, but it's nothing we haven't heard before. More news about that, when it actually happens.

The picture you see on the left side is a new pen concept that seems to be in development. It seems like a magnificent idea and it is also very creative. "An ink pen that reads the color of any object you place in front of it, then mixes red, blue and green ink to match it." It sounds like a good idea to me, although it may be a long time from now until we'll be able to use one of these things. Still very Interesting.

There is new evidence of a Google GDrive. This thing, to the extent my knowledge, is pretty much confirmed, but the only thing yet to be determined is when it will be released. In a part of Google`s code, it mentions that "GDrive provides reliable storage for all of your files, including photos, music and documents" and also that "GDrive allows you to access your files from anywhere, anytime, and from any device - be it from your desktop, web browser or cellular phone." Be prepared for this soon. I hope it`s released this year because it`s something i`d definitely try out.

On your left side, you will see a photo of what appears to be the Samsung S3500. This leaked photo "has a styling quite similar to the highly successful U900 Soul." This phone will have the usual Bluetooth and USB capability, but only has a mere 35MB of internal memory. Luckily, you can expand that using its MicroSD card slot. This will, most likely, be shown more at this year`s MWC 2009, which i still can`t wait for.

Dell's Prototype Phones (and picture): http://i.gizmodo.com/5142507/dell-builds-prototype-android-and-windows-mobile-phones-may-finally-sell-them
Pen Concept (and picture): http://i.gizmodo.com/5142452/pen-concept-uses-optical-scanner-to-let-you-choose-ink-color
Google GDrive (and picture): http://lifehacker.com/5142669/googles-gdrive-will-allow-access-to-files-anywhere-anytime
Google GDrive: http://mashable.com/2009/01/30/gdrive-rumor/
Samsung S3500 (and picture): http://www.gsmarena.com/stylishly_simple_samsung_s3500_makes_its_way_to_the_headlines-news-764.php


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