Secusmart encrypts voice/sms/data in 2000€ MicroSD

Posted by – February 22, 2011

Secusmart encrypts mobile devices. They encrypt voice calls, sms, email, contacts, the calendar and more by using a special 2000€ MicroSD card with encryption capability on that card and a phone with a modified firmware. They plan to get the price down once they can build cheaper MicroSD cards with built-in NXP cryptocontroller and a hardware accelerator inside.

Tap n Tap Android user interfaces at Mobile World Congress 2011

Posted by – February 22, 2011

Tap ‘n Tap develops applications, user interfaces, to integrate deeply with hardware acceleration, delivering aa complete software stack to provide differentiated Android experiences for companies that want to implement alternative Android based UI on their tablets.

PTPT user interfaces at Mobile World Congress 2011

Posted by – February 22, 2011

ExB Communication Systems GmbH presents the PTPT touch screen interface, a suggested UI to manage “all the information around you”. PTPT stands for people, things, places and time. It’s an Android Home Replacement that will be available in the Google Marketplace next month.

Samsung Galaxy Fit

Posted by – February 22, 2011

An affordable 3.31″ QVGA capacitive Qualcomm MSM7227 ARM11 600Mhz powered Android Smartphone from Samsung. Compact, possibly to be sold below $150 without contracts needed, for example on pre-paid plans.

Sony Ericsson Xperia Play

Posted by – February 22, 2011

This one has Playstation gaming controls that slide out, there will be Playstation Suite support meaning it’ll play all kinds of Playstation games that will be added by Sony to the Android platform. This is not the Quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 5″ Sony NGP PSP2, but it may satisfy some gamers until that one comes out later in the year. It includes the Qualcomm MSM8255 with Adreno 205 graphics acceleration.

Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo

Posted by – February 21, 2011

This one also has the BRAVIA engine, Exmor R sensor for good camera quality, also includes a front facing camera for video-chat, HDMI output, but it’s a little bit fatter than the Xperia Arc, also includes the Qualcomm MSM8255 1Ghz processor.

Sony Ericsson Xperia Pro

Posted by – February 21, 2011

New Smartphone by Sony Ericsson, includes the new BRAVIA engine LCD and has a slide out thumb keyboard. Uses the second generation Qualcomm Snapdragon 8255 1Ghz processor.

Qualcomm MSM8660 Dual-core captures and playsback 3D

Posted by – February 21, 2011

Qualcomm shows 18mbitps 1080p playback but also shows support of 1080p 3D playback and 1080p 3D recording. Is this really what he meant to say, that it not only playsback 18mbitps 1080p 2D, but also records and playsback 1080p 3D as well? Might it be that the 3D 1080p modes are supported only at lower bitrates? Does that mean the Qualcomm MSM8660 Dual-core platform may be the best performing video player and recorder among the recently demonstrated Dual-core processors? Please post your insights, knowledge and resources on this that you can find in the comments.

JKKmobile.com: ARM Powered Laptop built into Macbook by CUPP

Posted by – February 21, 2011

At Mobile World Congress, CUPP was showing some Macbook laptops with a switch that I guess puts OSX in sleep mode and switches over the the ARM SoC platform and Android or Ubuntu on ARM and using the same screen, keyboard and mouse for that.

This video was posted at: JKKmobile.com

Ixonos shows Windowed and Dual-screened Android

Posted by – February 21, 2011

Found via: Engadget.com