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iPad Clone Pictures Surface

03/30/2010, Pictures of an obvious iPad clone have started to surface, and aside from the elongated display, it certainly looks a lot like Apple’s iPad. According to the source, it seems that this device will use Google’s Android OS, and will be powered...

LinkedIn Now Available For BlackBerry

03/29/2010, Considering that BlackBerry phones are generally viewed as business devices, it’s actually a little surprising to see that the iPhone LinkedIn app has been around for a good 18 months and there wasn’t a LinkedIn BlackBerry app in sight. Now...

Samsung I6500U Saturn heads for China Unicom

03/29/2010, The Samsung I6500U Saturn which was announced in October 2009 has finally arrived in China, thanks to the efforts of China Unicom. What makes the I6500U different would be having Android 2.1 running right out of the box, making it the third Android device...

Android Version Of LogMeIn Remote Access Coming

03/29/2010, Administrators who are always looking out for remote access applications will be glad to hear that an Android version of LogMeIn, the remote access application is being developed. When installed, you’ll be able to control your computer from your...

Android nipping on iPhone OS heels in mobile traffic

03/29/2010, The iPhone OS might be king when it comes to smartphone traffic and the mobile web share at the moment, but Google’s Android OS is slowly and surely just behind the fruity company. This could be due to the plethora of Android-powered devices being...

Motorola MILESTONE gets Android 2.1 update OTA

03/29/2010, Own a Motorola MILESTONE? Well, you might be interested to know that the Android 2.1 update is now available Over-The-Air (OTA) sans wires or computers, and you don’t even need to be in Hong Kong to enjoy it. What does this update entail, anyways?...

Motorola Backflip Rooted

03/29/2010, AT&T released its Motorola Backflip Android phone a few weeks back, and some folks probably aren’t too happy that the carrier stripped all Google content from the phone and replaced it with Yahoo and AT&T software. After the carrier released...

Samsung Galaxy S Sports The Fastest GPU In Android Phones

03/27/2010, It’s surprising that it wasn’t trumpeted around more when the Samsung Galaxy S was officially unveiled, but as it is, the Samsung Galaxy S is probably the device with the fastest GPU in an Android phone to date. The Hummingbird A8 chip on the...

PayPal Bump Feature Coming To Android And BlackBerry

03/26/2010, If you’re an avid PayPal user and don’t own an iPhone, you’re probably drooling over the recent inclusion of the Bump feature into the iPhone app. Well, there’s good news for you, as it seems that the company will be releasing...

Google Sharing Advertising Revenue With Carriers?

03/25/2010, Word is going around that carriers are actually getting a cut of the ad revenue when the handsets come bundled with Google applications such as Search, Maps and Gmail, since those aren’t a requirement of Android. Of course, the advertisements served...

WePad Details and Plans Revealed

03/25/2010, We’ve talked about a few technical details of the WePad before, but now we have all the specifications, along with a table (partially in German) that compares it with the iPad (click on the title to head to the full post). This Android-powered...

Updated Ulysse Nardin Chairman Luxury Phone Is Powered By Android

03/23/2010, Want to have a really special Android-powered phone to show off to your friends? Well, at $49,500, the updated Ulysse Nardin Chairman phone is probably the most expensive Android phone to date, until someone decides to drape an Android-powered phone in...

Samsung To Launch 4 New Windows Mobile Devices In The Summer

03/23/2010, Word is going around that Samsung is gearing up to release 4 interesting Windows Mobile devices this summer, and the Korean company is currently locked in talks with Microsoft to make these devices officially upgradeable to Windows Phone 7 Series in...

AT&T Gets Dell Aero And Palm Devices

03/22/2010, If you’re getting bored of the Android-powered phones being offered by Motorola and HTC, you might be interested to hear that AT&T has officially announced that it will be carrying Dell’s Aero, its first Android-powered smartphone in...