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HTC Touch Pro2 drops by Verizon Wireless

09/10/2009, HTC has revealed its Touch Pro2 handset for Verizon Wireless after the smartphone has made plenty of appearances elsewhere worldwide, and we’re going to go through the specifications one more time for your benefit just in case you missed out on...

HTC Tattoo announced

09/08/2009, HTC’s next handset is the HTC Tattoo which will run on Google’s Android operating system, where it will be equipped with the following pretty standard specifications :- Qualcomm MSM7225 528MHz processor 512MB ROM 256MB RAM 2.8″...

MDO S812 HTC Magic clone

09/07/2009, The MDO S812 HTC Magic clone should be very different from the rest as this one does not only copy the Magic’s physical looks, it also runs on Google Android instead of Windows Mobile like how the other clones do. Interestingly, it will come...

Palm Pre to get price cut

09/07/2009, The Palm Pre might have gotten everyone excited when it was first announced, but disappointingly, sales of the smartphone didn’t really take off in a stellar fashion as most would’ve liked to see. Well, good news for those who are still...

HTC Mega now official

09/02/2009, HTC has officially announced the HTC Mega, presumably to counter some of the announcements make by its rival Nokia at Nokia World 2009. The new HTC Mega is also known as the Touch2, where it will be the first official Windows Mobile 6.5 handset from HTC....

FCC approves HP iPAQ K3 Obsidian

09/02/2009, The almighty FCC have given their collective nod of approvals for the upcoming HP iPAQ K3 Obsidian, where it boasts GSM/HSPA support on both the 850 and 1900MHz bands, which also signifies a high probability of this smartphone heading towards AT&T....

Nokia N900 Advertising hits, and it’s cool

08/31/2009, Nokia has released a video ad for the Nokia N900 tablet (it’s really a handset, but Nokia insists on calling it a tablet). The video shows how the Maemo user interface works and right now, it looks pretty cool. Of course that’s the point of...

Verizon to offer $50 Storm

08/31/2009, Verizon will be offering the BlackBerry Storm at a price that would send late adopters wild – it is going for just $49.99 as long as you decide to tie yourself down to a 2-year contract with RIM’s only and first touchscreen capable handset....

Apple to bring iPhone to China Unicom

08/28/2009, The Chinese will be getting their hands on the iPhone 3G S in the near future with Apple and China Unicom having come to an agreement, where the latter will oversee a lucrative three-year deal to sell the iPhone 3G S in that part of the world. They will...

Android event this September 10th

08/25/2009, Motorola is preparing itself to roll out its first Android effort most probably this September 10th with an Android event being slated for that date, and rumors have it that the long awaited Sholes will finally make an appearance then, with some pointing...

Mivvy one released

08/25/2009, Mivvy from Czech has just rolled out its smartphone known as Mivvy one, where it will be powered by Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional. This full touchscreen handset won’t bring the house down with its features though, coming with mid-range...

AT&T to force new Smartphone customers to get a data plan?

08/21/2009, According to a leaked AT&T memo, the company is preparing to force all new smartphone contract to feature a data plan, which usually almost doubles the monthly price. Here’s how AT&T is presenting it internally: Why we are making this...

Palm Eos not coming out this year

08/18/2009, Word has it that the second webOS smartphone from Palm, the Palm Eos might not make it out of factory lines this year as first anticipated. However, there is some upside to this piece of news as the new Palm Eos is tipped to come with a low price on...

Dell Mini 3i in the flesh

08/17/2009, Here it is – the Dell Mini 3i in its full glory, without looking as though it was captured through the lens of a shaky, low-resolution camera. We have news that this Dell smartphone did not support Wi-Fi connectivity as well as the Chinese standard...