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More BlackBerry Messenger for Android screenshots leaked

10/06/2011, At the beginning of this week we reported about screenshots showing BlackBerry Messenger on Android floating around the internet, well it appears that more photographs have surfaced again, and this time from a different source, which hints at more than...

Dell Streak 7 finally receives Honeycomb in the US

10/06/2011, Great news for all Dell Streak 7 owners out there in the US – the wait for the Honeycomb update on this side of the world is finally over! The Honeycomb update was released for the European Dell Streak 7 tablets earlier this month, and not too far away...

Google TV Honeycomb update postponed

10/06/2011, Summer is over, and yes we all know that the Google TV Honeycomb update is long overdue. So where is it? Well, it’s on its way – according to Google TV Director of Content, Donagh O’Malley who recently spoke at the Connected TV panel during...

T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S2 benchmarked

10/06/2011, The T-Mobile Galaxy S2 will go on sale October 12th, but before it can even reach consumers nationwide, somebody managed to get their hands a working unit and benchmarked the phone. And if you’re wondering why these benchmarks are interesting –...

Ice Cream Sandwich to be launched next week at Samsung Unpacked

10/06/2011, To everybody waiting for Google to launch the latest version of Android, the wait is almost over. Ice Cream Sandwich is going to be unveiled at the Samsung Unpacked event next week according to a report from CNET. They visited the official Android...

Aakash tablet gets a hands-on preview

10/06/2011, Remember the $35 tablet that we covered yesterday? Well, the folks over at Hungry N Foolish were one of the selected people chosen to test the tablet and they have written up their hands-on impression of the device. Judging by their report, they seem...

Android malware can be controlled via blog posts

10/06/2011, Heads up Android users, it looks like there’s more malware headed your way although this time it looks like it could be limited to just China for now. Security researchers Trend Micro has reportedly discovered a new Android malware that disguises itself...

Pandigital announces SuperNova tablet

10/06/2011, Back in August, several Pandigital devices were mentioned, such as the Pandigital Star, Nova and Planet. If you weren’t satisfied with those offerings back then, Pandigital has announced the Supernova tablet, which is the bigger brother of the...

Samsung Galaxy Nexus specs revealed?

10/06/2011, The Samsung Nexus Prime, or rather the Galaxy Nexus (the Nexus Prime was just a codename for it) was thought to have been teased in Samsung’s Unpacked event teaser video, as pictured above. While specs of the device have only been speculated on, BGR has...

Best Buy drops HTC Flyer further down to $100 (Updated)

10/06/2011, A couple of days ago we reported that Best Buy had dropped the price of the HTC Flyer down to $300. It’s unsure as to why Best Buy made that decision, although many are thinking that it’s probably due to how cheap the Amazon Kindle Fire tablet is, and...

ZTE US 10.1″ quad-core tablet PC spotted

10/05/2011, Last week we met ZTE’s upcoming Tegra 3/Kal-El tablet, the ZTE T98 and who would’ve thought that the penta-core (or quad, depending how you look at it) device would have a bigger brother. Well, the folks over at PocketDroid have managed to...

Motorola continues buying up RAZR domain names

10/05/2011, Need any more proof that the Motorola RAZR is making a comeback? There have been hints in the past before, including the appearance of the DROID RAZR on NenaMark1 benchmarks, and today, we’ve got more hints to support the brand’s return....

Amazon WhisperSync to take on iCloud?

10/05/2011, Amazon’s WhisperSync is one of Kindle’s most useful features: the ability to pick up and continue reading a book where you left off despite reading it previously on a different device is a big deal for a lot of people. With Amazon’s...