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Mobile World Congress Day 1: idou, Recall, Open Screen, Turbo, iMo, Nimbuzz

Mobile World Congress

[caption id="attachment_2040" align="alignright" width="240" caption="Mobile World Congress"][/caption] At the Mobile World Congress on Monday, handset maker Sony Ericsson announced a new strategy called 'Entertainment Unlimited', according to CNET, which will allow consumers to share and access media across multiple products from cell phones to PCs to their TV screens. Is its new strategy merely a survival tactic when its competitors Apple and Nokia already offer such compatibility and ease of use? Sony Ericsson also launched a high end, 12-megapixel, touchscreen mobile called the Idou, a video service and two more handsets. Microsoft also launched Recite, a voice search software for mobiles. It records quick bytes and acts like a voice sticky note. Engadget says you can also search for previously recorded notes. Nikhil adds: reminds me of an Indian startup Reqall. Nokia also released two E-series handsets, which sport another new service called Nokia Messaging, an email user interface. The E55 and E75 target corporate users. The top handset maker launched two more navigational phones: the 6710 Navigator and 6720 Classic at Mobile World Congress. The recent integration of Maps with Ovi allows 6710 users to pre-plan their journey at home on their PC and synchronize with their mobile device. The maps have been updated to include high-resolution aerial images, 3D landmarks for over 200 cities, terrain maps, weather service, premium travel and events content and traffic and safety warnings, the release said. New Windows based phones were released: the LG-GM7300, HTC’s Touch Diamond 2 and Touch Pro 2. LG…

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