LG's Optimus available on per-orders

LG Optimus 3D, the world's first 3D smartphone is now available on pre-orders and would be found at Carphone Warehouse and Best Buy. Customers are quite eager about it as can be seen from the growing demand about the same and trying to encash the same customers can place order from June 20 itself.


Nokia unveils C6, C7, N8 and E7 smartphones at "World" event

World’s leading mobile phone manufacturer Nokia unveiled its latest touchscreen the C6, C7, N8 and E7 smartphones at Nokia 2010 World Developers Conference in London.

The Nokia E7, which is being described as the ultimate business smartphone by the company, features email and comes equipped with a 4-inch display that features Nokia ClearBlack technology. The E7 is equipped with a sliding QWERTY keyboard. The handset is expected to hit the UK store shelves in the last quarter of this year.


HTC to bring out two new Android-based smartphones

Manufacturer of some of the most popular mobile phones, HTC, has reportedly preparing to introduce two new Android-based smartphones viz. the HTC Desire Z and HTC Desire HD.

Leaked reports about he specifications of the HTC Desire Z claims that the device will come equipped with a screen of the same size as that of the non-QWERTY HTC Desire, providing users with a 3.7-inch of touch space. The device is expected to feature a 1 GHz processor.

Recently on August 20, the HTC Desire Z was spotted online with a full QWERTY keyboard and Android 2.1 operating system.


District Schools Report Heavy Budget Deficit in 2009-10

A number of schools across the major districts have reported a higher-than-expected budget deficit in the academic session 2010-11. In order to reduce the deficit, these education institutions are adopting a number of measures including unpaid leaves, job cuts as well as enlargement of classrooms.

Larry Newton, Director for School Finance for Utah State Office of Education, said that she has witnessed such a huge shortfall in the budget for the first time in her career.


RIM Although not Glittery, Still Competes Google and Apple Mobiles

Unlike the popularity of Apple and Google mobile phones, Research In Motion is not on customer’s mind as much. But it is cannot be ignored that this does not bring the spirit of RIM down as it still enjoys a reputed and trusted place in the hearts of corporate users. This has been helping RIM maintain its market value among more glittery competitors in the market.

There are some reasons that keep RIM shining among others.



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