Dell Thunder Android phone leaked

After the lightning….comes the thunder. It’s leak time today: The Dell Thunder is the company’s upcoming Android based smartphone expected in Q4 2001. Not much is known about the specs (other than the 4.1″ OLED screen), but from the looks of it I would guess that it has basically the same hardware has the Dell Lightning minus the hardware keyboard. The deivie is also said to include a Hullu application to watch on-demand video (via Flash 10.1) and will also feature the Swype onscreen keyboard.

Source: Engadget

Clarity Comic Book reader for Windows Phone 7 demonstrated, more apps in the works

Here’s a video of a newly developed Comic Book reader from Clarity Consulting for Windows Phone 7 (it looks a whole lot like the reader we saw at MIX10, so I wouldn’t be surprised is Clarity Consulting was behind the¬†two apps) and use Silverlight & DeepZoom. The demo is obviously being run on a touchscreen enabled PC using the WP7 Emulator. Clarity seems to be also working on a couple of other apps like Hulu:

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myPlayer let’s you watch Hulu , BBC iPlayer on your Windows Mobile Phone

But there’s a catch..You’ll have to buy CorePlayer to use it. What myPlayer actualy does is give you a nice finger freindly UI to directly access Hulu, BBC iPlayer & hundres of live TV channels without having to open the browser. When a video or channel is seleted mPlayer will launch CorePlayer to play the content.The software is compatible with Windows Mobile 5/6.X touchscreen devices. Check out this hands on video of the software running on a Samsung Omnia II:

You can grab myPlayer over at XDA-Devs here

Source: Pocketnow