Back to close the week with a new installment of Galaxy Xatakamovil, our weekly summary which lists the most interesting articles from the related publications to our blog.
To illustrate the post we leave a spot of Kenjiro Matsuo that announces a new phone from Japan’s NTT DoCoMo. Truly impressive. The song is the singer 147 de Bach, better known as “Jesus, joy of men”. We have seen it in Cooking Ideas.
- This week in Engadget Labs have been able to analyze in detail the phone which is also portable console: Sony Ericsson Xperia Play. And have done so in three batches: first contact in video, and the two parts of the review: first and second. In short, it has its pros (especially in the section on console) and cons (on the phone).
- Xataka Android partners have interviewed Javier Agüera, co-founder of GeeksPhone. Have spoken about the origins of the company, about GeeksPhone Zero, which will be a set price with an MVNO, and – surprise – the GeeksPhone Two, which launched this year below 400 euros.
- What face would put if an application you’ve hacked sends an SMS to all your contacts telling them that you have stolen? Could you have passed a version of Walk & Text for Android infected by a “righteous” cracker, telling us the details at Androidsis.
- In GoPonyGo we have left a small tutorial to change the sources of our Symbian ^ 3. By the way, very well painted the new typography of Nokia: Nokia Pure.
- And finally a brief article in technology SMEs on how to pay the rates for data in a company, and the advantage of a modem USB (multiple users) against the rate tied to a mobile.
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