The T-Mobile G1, the first mobile device powered by Google's open-source Android software, will be available in stores in the United States on October 22 and will cost 179 dollars.
The G1, which is a bit thicker but slightly narrower than an iPhone, will go on sale in Britain in early November and in other European countries served by T-Mobile, a subsidiary of Germany's Deutsche Telekom AG, in early 2009.
Almost after its mega debut a year-ago, Apple Inc's popular iPhone is back with a face lift and a major price cut. The next-generation iPhone, which will hit the market on July 11, will run on high-speed network using 3G technology. The new iPhone, according to the company, will provide Internet access at twice the speed of the current version. The 3G iPhone or iPhone 2.0 though has largely appealed to people, it has also left a few unhappy. The latter set [...]
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Pulsar's 220cc oil cooled, Digital Twin Spark Fuel Injection (DTS FI) engine produces an awesome power of 20PS at 8500rpm (though not comparable, pulsar 220cc is more powerful than thunderbird) and an incredible torque of 19.12Nm at 6500rpm. Bajaj’s well proven exhausTEC (to beef up low-down power) features in pulsar 220cc too. Pulsar 220cc features the standard five speed gearbox with one down and four up pattern. Oil cooler placed just below the fuel tank helps in further cooling of engine lubricant and keep this high performance engine cool.