IPhone 3G versus the Flip

June 25, 2009
Does the iPhone 3G S replace the need for Flip?
ZD Net
Rachel King writes why video-capable phones could make mini-camcorders irrelevant in the market in the next couple of years.

“Many industry critics are theorizing that the iPhone 3G S will eliminate the market for mini-camcorders, most notably Flip. TechCrunch’s Michael Arrington says that Pure Digital (maker of the Flip) is facing ‘a new type of threat that they can’t defeat,’ and that the ‘video capable iPhone, and video mobile phones in general, will make them irrelevant in the next couple of years.’”

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Lenovo is possibly maybe thinking about an OLED ThinkPad T500
Engadget
Tim Stevens writes why Lenovo is open to the idea of launching thinner PC products in the future.

“Marketing manager David Critchley indicat(es) that the company wouldn’t be opposed to making a super-thin OLED version of the laptop – ‘’if demand is there.’”

HTC Introduces Its Third Android Phone
Wired
Priya Ganapati writes about HTC’s new Android-based smartphone.

“It’s a touch-screen phone that will come with a newly designed user interface. The phone has a 3.2-inch display, GPS, digital compass, a five-megapixel auto focus camera and expandable MicroSD memory. The HTC Hero also features an anti-fingerprint coating on the screen for smudge resistance and a Teflon coating on the exterior.”

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