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Sony Ericsson sues Clearwire over similar-looking logo

01/17/2011, In our weekly installment of ridiculous lawsuits (no it’s not a weekly thing but it sure seems like these things happen often enough) we have Sony Ericsson taking Clearwire to court. It appears that Sony Ericsson is concerned that Clearwire’s...

Amazon to set their own prices on their own Android app store

01/17/2011, Bad news if you’re thinking of selling your apps on their upcoming Android app store – you don’t get the final say on what your app costs. According to a report online, you’ll be able to submit your app to Amazon with a suggested sales...

LG L-07C NFC-enabled phone visits the FCC

01/17/2011, NFC chips aren’t new, but with Google’s latest Nexus S phone featuring a built-in NFC chip, we might see increased support for NFC devices this year. Now it seems that LG wants to join the party too as its L-07C has paid a visit to the FCC bearing an...

Disney to release smartphones

01/17/2011, When they said every Tom, Dick and Harry would have a smartphone in the future, they weren’t kidding. Disney Mobile has just announced that they will be unveiling a new range of Disney smartphones that will definitely be a hid with the kids and to...

HP hints that webOS-powered netbook on the way?

01/17/2011, We’ve been wondering when HP/Palm will finally grace us with a webOS-powered notebook and now we have a little extra information that might hint that it’s on the way. Digging around the webOS 101 section of HP’s training site, it was noted that it...

Project HiJack uses the 3.5mm jack on the iPhone to connect sensors

01/17/2011, Folks who have been thinking of creating accessories that use Apple’s proprietary dock connector might be scared off by the costs associated with it. Of course, some folks have got around it by using the 3.5mm headset jack at the top of the iPhone, such...

Samsung S5830 is really the Samsung Ace?

01/16/2011, We recently caught sight of the Samsung S5830 Android 2.2 smartphone and it was speculated that the device would be dubbed the Galaxy S Mini. Now some information on the contrary has come about. A leaked official image of the Galaxy Ace is now making...

Music sync coming to Android devices?

01/16/2011, We’ve been hearing rumors of Google launching a music service of its own for some time and now a picture from an Android 2.3 device shows a “Sync Music” option in the device’s Google Account options. While there isn’t any official confirmation...

BlackBerry Storm 3 specs and images leaked

01/14/2011, The folks over at BGR are on a roll. In addition to leaking the new Curve, Bold, and Torch devices, they’ve just released the specs and images to one more BlackBerry device – the Storm 3: the full-touchscreen BlackBerry phone that is meant to...

Telenav 6.2: AT&T Android Now, More Coming Soon

01/14/2011, Telenav has just announced the version 6.2 its navigation app that features improvements in many areas, but the most interesting ones are: Quick Search: this is a menu-less search that should make local searches faster. It looks more like a web search...

Nike+ GPS iPhone App Update with Tag Game

01/14/2011, Nike is updating its popular Nike+ GPS iPhone app with the addition of a virtual Tag game. Inspired from the traditional childhood game of tag, runners will compete against each other based on distance, time or who runs last, the goal is not to be IT....

Verizon and HTC take top spot for Android 2.2 Froyo updates

01/13/2011, One of the major concerns for many folks out there when purchasing an Android-powered device is whether the manufacturer or the carrier will release the version updates after Google releases them, as we’ve already seen many Samsung Galaxy S users stuck...