Sunday, October 7, 2007
DW-WORLD.DE Quiz
This week's winner will receive an InternetRadio 1 from TechniSat, which allows users to choose from over 1,000 radio stations from 33 countries. Visit www.technisat.com for more information on the InternetRadio 1.

To win a prize, all you need to do is click on and answer three questions about the week's events. Those readers who fare the best in the quiz will be entered in the prize drawing. Then all you'll need is a bit of luck and the prize is yours.

If you're a regular visitor to DW-WORLD.DE, you should have no problem figuring out the correct answer. If you're not quite sure, however, just click on the link below the question to go to the story in question. Are you ready? Then click on "GO" to start the quiz.

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Monday, October 1, 2007
Nokia E65 for free

Nokia Catalogs is always looking for ways to reward you. Now, not only do you get to load up your mobile device with funky stuff that will make you mobile life absolutely attractive. When you sign up for regular updates on new contents from ‘Try for Free’ catalog and name one ‘Try for Free’ application correctly, you automatically qualify for the Lucky Draw to win the latest Nokia E65 which boasts a myriad of unique functions.

Simply click on the country links below, follow the instructions to sign up and download as many applications as possible. The more your purchase the higher your chances of winning. So start clicking and get on the winning path now!

The contest is open to users from Australia, Indonesia, Singapore and Thailand.

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Tuesday, August 21, 2007
TECHNISAT - Internet Radio 1

High-quality design, excellent sound, intuitive operation - The whole world of radio in your ears

The InternetRadio 1 provides worldwide free access to a huge number of Internet radio stations - and you don’t even need to connect it to a PC. All you need is Internet access, and the TechniSat InternetRadio 1. (Note that Internet access incurs additional provider-related costs).

Simple, easy operation
The InternetRadio 1 will be recognized automatically in your home network via Universal Plug and Play (UPnP), and will be readily accepted by many programmes (e.g. Windows Media Player 11) as a playback device for audio media.
The integrated installation assistant AutoInstall provides quick, reliable configuration of the InternetRadio 1. The installation assistant will guide you intuitively through the various dialogues. You can decide via remote control which mains source and which language setting you wish to use. Just as easily, a few keystrokes allow you to set your preferred network settings. Any passwords, such as those you might be using to protect your wireless home network, can also be entered via the remote control.

For more details please see on: TECHNISAT

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Sunday, August 12, 2007
Apple iPhone

The iPhone boasts a brilliant display, trim profile, and clean lines (no external antenna of course), and its lack of buttons puts it in a design class that even the LG Prada and the HTC Touch can't match. You'll win envious looks on the street toting the iPhone, and we're sure that would be true even if the phone hadn't received as much media attention as it has.

We knew that it measures 115mm tall by 61mm wide by 11.6mm inch deep, but it still feels smaller than we expected when we finally held it. In comparison, it's about as tall and as wide as a Palm Treo 755p, but it manages to be thinner than even the trend-setting Motorola RAZR. It fits comfortably in the hand and when held to the ear, and its 135g give it a solid, if perhaps weighty, feel. We also like that the display is glass rather than plastic.

Display
The iPhone's display is the handset's design showpiece and is noteworthy for not only what it shows, but also how you use it. We'll start off with its design. At a generous 3.5 inches, the display takes full advantage of the phone's size, while its 480 x 320-pixel resolution (160 dots per inch) translates into brilliant colors, sharp graphics, and fluid movements.

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Friday, April 27, 2007
Gigabyte GSmart q60

Gigabyte is a brand name famed for its motherboards and graphics cards. Less well-known is the fact that it manufactures a wide range of handheld devices for other brands as well as for its own GSmart line of PDA-phones. One of its upcoming handhelds is the q60, a Windows Mobile 6 device with a QWERTY keyboard.

Upside:

The q60 has a form factor similar to most BlackBerry devices--a landscape-oriented display with a QWERTY keyboard below that. With dimensions of 111 x 64 x 14mm, the q60 would naturally be compared with similar-sized smart phones like the Samsung i600 and Dopod C720W.

Front and back views of the q60.
What sets this Gigabyte handheld apart from those two Windows Mobile phones is its touch-sensitive display, which makes it more similar to the Palm Treo 750v and BenQ-Siemens P51 devices, both of which are considerably larger with 22mm and 20mm thicknesses, respectively. So what we have here is a handheld that will run Windows Mobile 6 Professional and yet has a slim side profile typical of QWERTY smart phones without touchscreens.

Many cellular wireless connectivity options are available on the q60. These include HSDPA, 3G and Wi-Fi. Aside from its 2.1-megapixel main camera, this handheld also features a front-facing VGA camera for making video calls. (source Cnet)

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Sunday, April 22, 2007
BenQ-Siemens E81

Phone type : Triband
Networks : GSM 900, GSM 1800, GSM 1900
Connectivity options : 3G, GPRS, Bluetooth, USB
Weight w/battery : 90 g
Max. talktime (in hours) : 5 hours
Max. standby time (in hours) : 300 hours

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Friday, March 16, 2007
Samsung SGH-P110

Form factor : Clamshell phone with swivel
GSM network : Triband
Display : 2.1-inch 176x220-pixel display
Connectivity options : EDGE, GPRS, Bluetooth (with A2DP), USB
Additional functions : Audio and video player; Instant Messaging; full QWERTY keyboard
Dimensions : 91 x 47 x 19.5mm

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