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Samsung Galaxy S II surpasses 200,000 pre-orders in Korea

05/03/2011, Samsung has announced that their Galaxy S II phone has surpassed 200,000 pre-orders ever since it was announced a couple of weeks ago until it’s launch last Friday. The phone apparently received 10,000 pre-orders within the first 29 minutes and...

BlackBerry Enterprise Solution to work on multiple platforms

05/02/2011, [Blackberry World] It looks like RIM is releasing its hold on the enterprise world by making their Enterprise Solution work with platforms other than BlackBerry OS for the first time. Today, RIM announced that a multi-platform BlackBerry Enterprise...

Taposé brings multi-app functionality to the iPad

05/02/2011, While the iPad is a very useful device, one of its most limiting functions is the fact that you can only run one app at a time – let me rephrase; have on app onscreen at a time. If you wanted to look up a map from an address in an email, you’d...

LG Revolution press shot leaked

05/01/2011, The pocketnow team really seems to be on a roll. They’ve gotten their hands on yet another leaked press shot, and this time it’s of the LG Revolution. LG’s upcoming Android phone for Verizon will join the ranks of the HTC ThunderBolt and...

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 runs Honeycomb

04/30/2011, Remember back in the days when Sony Ericsson mentioned that due to hardware limitations, the Xperia X10 won’t be upgraded past Android 2.1? Well ever since they announced that the phone will be getting Gingerbread, people have realized that hardware...

Notion Ink promises Android 2.3 Gingerbread for Adam

04/30/2011, Notion Ink’s Adam tablet might have faded away from the limelight since its launch, but that doesn’t mean the company isn’t keeping it updated. In their latest blogpost, they have announced that the Adam will be receiving a major update...

Garmin official OpenCaching app released

04/29/2011, Garmin has just announced that their OpenCaching.com geocaching service, is now available as an app on Android and iOS. In case you were wondering, geocaching is a game that was apparently invented by pirates. Back in the days when people hid their...

Google Nexus S to get Android 2.3.4 update

04/29/2011, Of course, if you are an early adopter and decided to pick up the Google Nexus S, that is most probably because you would love to have the latest and the greatest firmware updates all the time to your favorite smartphone platform. Needless to say, Google...

Adobe drops hint of Android 3.1 – and removes it

04/29/2011, While we all know that Android Honeycomb won’t stay at version 3.0 forever, Adobe has been the first to drop a hint about the next version of the mobile operating system. It was reported that In the change log of their most recent update for Adobe...

Android 2.3.4 confirmed to introduce native video calling

04/28/2011, As of now, not many Android phones have Gingerbread, or even have a front facing camera for that matter, but Google has just announced that the latest version of Android, version 2.3.4 will bring native video calling to the operating system. When you have...

Google has got a Nexus-flavored surprise in store for us (Updated)

04/28/2011, It looks like Google has got something up their sleeves for us, but we have no idea what. According to a tweet from the official Google Nexus Twitter account, we’re in for a surprise – and that’s all we get. Google I/O 2011 is only two weeks...

Shazam for Android gets unlimited tagging and Friends

04/28/2011, Great news for people Shazam users on Android – if you’re tired of not being able to identify as many songs as you want whenever you want to, you’ll be able to do so for the next there months. Shazam has just announced that all Shazam users...