The technology that makes phones like the LG Prada wiggle is now coming to Nokia phones. A new partnership with developer Immersion opens the doors for Nokia phones to get tactile feedback from touchscreen interfaces using VibeTonz software, so typing on the virtual keyboard feels more like using the real thing.
The Samsung SCH-W559 cellphone has no numeric keypad, and why should it? After Apple's iPhone rollout, keypads to seem so last month. But entering phone numbers on a touchscreen might present a problem—there's no tactile feedback.
Samsung and Verizon Wireless just unleashed the SCH-a870 onto the mobile phone market in the US. The clamshell is being marketed as a family-friendly cellphone, so don't expect too many whizz-bang features here.
As if having to put up with everyone else's bad taste in ring tones wasn't annoying enough, now we have to witness total strangers writhing in ecstasy. Ladies and gentlemen, check out VibeTonz, embedded technology that gives users a choice of how they'd like their cellphones to vibrate. First out of the gate with this…