Sony has signed a deal with community hotspot provider Fon, which will see Japanese PSP owners get access to an official content site through any of the 44,000 Fon hotspots. The access doesn't allow open net access but instead offers user the chance to get downloads and updates from an official provider. Fon is a global operation, offering wireless equipement to end users for free in exchange for open access, so could PSP owners worldwide lookforward to similar arrangements? Let's wait and see...
Saturday, August 30, 2008
Nokia has announced two new exciting handsets which both feature wifi connectivity, and HSDPA 3.5g for data access across the mobile network.
The N85 and N79 models also both benefit from 5mp cameras, built in GPS and also FM transmitters which act like the iTrip and broadcast audio to nearby radio receivers.
This look like excellent additions to the UK handset market, and you'll be able to pick them in October.
Find out more about Nokia's N-Series Mobiles.
Friday, August 15, 2008
Vodafone are giving away a free pay as you talk Nokia 1208 handset to customers who take up their mobile broadband offering on a 12, 18 or 24 month contract. To benefit from the offer, just sign up for mobile broadband use the voucher code mobilebb01 during checkout.
Click here to visit the Vodafone Mobile Broadband page.
Offer available whilst stock lasts.
Wednesday, August 06, 2008
MySpace has signed a deal with Wifi provider, The Cloud, which gives users of the site free wifi access from any of the network's 7000 hotspots.
Users of the social networking platform will be able to log into the site where they see the Cloud logo, free of charge, and update their blogs, message friends etc. The arrangement will initially just run until October.