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Inbrics to reveal M1 Android-based MID at MWC

Inbrics to reveal M1 Android-based MID at MWC

By 8 February 2010

Inbrics has announced it is to launch the Android-based MID M1 at next week's Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona. The "smartphone-like device" offers a 3.7-inch AMOLED touchscreen display and a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. Specs include Wi-Fi, GPS,... >>

Moorestown-based LG GW990 demoed at Intel keynote

Moorestown-based LG GW990 demoed at Intel keynote

By 8 January 2010

LG featured in Paul Otellini's Intel CES keynote, with the world's first demo of the next-gen LG GW990 handset. Based on the Intel Moorestown platform and running the Linux-based Moblin 2.1 operating system, the GW990 is a MID - a mobile internet device... >>

Moorestown-based MID from Wistron shown off

Moorestown-based MID from Wistron shown off

By 28 October 2009

Intel is to launch its Moorestown Atom platform for MIDs (Mobile Internet Devices) sometime early next year and we got a sneak peak at an upcoming device from Taiwanese OEM Wistron. The un-named device was on display at the Ericsson booth at the Taiwan... >>

VIDEO: Dell Streak Android-based MID leaked on film

VIDEO: Dell Streak Android-based MID leaked on film

By 23 October 2009

Video footage of the Dell Streak - a 5-inch, touchscreen, Android-based mobile internet device, or MID - has hit the net. Tinhte has gotten hold of one of the mythical machines and it looks like a pretty nifty internet tablet-type offering, although being... >>

Dell developing mobile internet device

Dell developing mobile internet device

By 30 June 2009

If reports in the Wall St Journal are correct, engineers at Dell are developing a pocket-sized Mobile Internet Device (or MID) which will run Google's Android operating system. Two people, who have seen early prototypes, say that it's a little bigger... >>

ECS shows T800 MID running Android

ECS shows T800 MID running Android

By 4 June 2009

Among all the devices we’ve seen so far at Computex, ECS had one of the coolest looking mobile internet devices, or MIDs as they're also known as. The T800, as it's currently called, offers an unusual mix of features. First and foremost, the T800's... >>

Toshiba TG01 successors revealed in roadmap leak

Toshiba TG01 successors revealed in roadmap leak

By 15 April 2009

Thought you couldn't wait until the Toshiba TG01 launches? Well, you might want to hold your horses until you see what else Toshiba has planned for the rest of the year and into 2010. If newly-leaked documents are the real deal, then Toshiba is planning... >>

Nokia's futuristic Nautilus touchscreen phone leaked

Nokia's futuristic Nautilus touchscreen phone leaked

By 9 April 2009

News of major launches from Nokia will see the mobile maker "finally embrace the touchscreen movement", reports TheStreet.com The finance-focused site has the skinny on the news from "industry sources" via analysts that Nokia is to introduce "three devices... >>

Intel announces 2GHz Atom processor

Intel announces 2GHz Atom processor

By 8 April 2009

MIDs will be faster in future, thanks to a launch from Intel. The chip-maker has announced that a new Atom processor is to be released - the 2GHz Z550. Making the year anniversary of the Atom family, Intel senior vice president Anand Chandrasekher revealed... >>

VIDEO: Samsung launches WiMAX Mondi

VIDEO: Samsung launches WiMAX Mondi

By 1 April 2009

Samsung has announced the launch of the Samsung Mondi, describing it as the most advanced mobile WiMAX enabled handheld device in the US. The Windows Mobile 6.1-powered touchscreen MID will launch in the States on the Clear mobile WiMAX service from Clearwire... >>


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