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HTC Surround taken apart

01/11/2011, Taking smartphones apart seems to be a hobby to many folks nowadays and following the footsteps of the Dell Streak 7, folks out there have taken the knife to the Windows Phone 7-powered HTC Surround, a fancy phone that features a Dolby surround stereo...

Could the Android 2.4 seen on the Xperia Arc be Ice Cream?

01/11/2011, It was just a short while ago that we picked up an official report from Sony Ericsson, claiming that the Android 2.4 listing on the Xperia Arc was a configuration mistake. Now speculation is going around that Google’s previously-heard-of Android Ice...

Trypoxy concept phone features a soft substance inside it

01/11/2011, When we think of smartphones, we usually think of a device with a touchscreen display for input. Now the Trypoxy concept phone offers something radically different. The phone looks like a smooth pebble that fits snugly in one hand. It features a...

Nexus S hacked to run Ubuntu Linux

01/11/2011, We had already seen Google’s Nexus S that ships with Android 2.3 by default boot MeeGo before this, but now someone has taken it one step further and gotten Ubuntu Linux running on the phone. As usual with these unofficial hacks, the device isn’t...

Verizon site shows Apple iOS listing

01/11/2011, Are folks getting too jumpy over everything related to Apple and Verizon in anticipation that a Verizon iPhone is arriving? Folks have noticed that when browsing through the Brand/OS section in Verizon’s smartphone list, you’ll notice entries for...

T-Mobile UK policy change caps ‘fair use’ at 500MB

01/11/2011, This is probably not one of the best public relations moves we’ve seen recently. We can understand that companies have to announce bad news from time to time, but they tend to sprinkle it with daisies and such. T-Mobile UK has released a statement...

Skype hits a record 27M concurrent users at one go

01/11/2011, Aside from a recent bump, Skype seems to be going through a pretty comfortable period. After recently announcing the acquisition of Qik, the company has just hit a record number of simultaneous users today. The VoIP company usually serves about 25 million...

Fake Louis Vuitton belt phone is just strange

01/11/2011, We can understand that folks often like bling and fake stuff, but some of them are just plain strange. Next up we’ve found this fake Louis Vuitton belt that has a cell phone integrated into its buckle. The phone apparently works, but we don’t have...

Microsoft working on a competitor to FaceTime?

01/11/2011, Apple’s release of FaceTime has revived a lot of interest in mobile video chat and now word is going around that Microsoft is planning to come up with its own competitor to FaceTime for Windows Phone 7. It’s speculated that the application will...

Apple’s online store now selling the 3GS for $49 too

01/11/2011, It’s up to you whether you want to consider this as another hint that a Verizon iPhone will be arriving on Jan 11th or not, but we’ve found that Apple has reduced the end user selling price of its 8GB iPhone 3GS to just $49, matching AT&T’s...

Xperia Arc running Android 2.4 was a configuration mistake?

01/10/2011, We caught sight of the super slim Xperia Arc during CES 2011 and it was definitely a good looking phone. Strangely enough, the phone was pictured running Android 2.4, so many folks were left scratching their heads. We already know that Android 2.3 is...

Palm LTE phone sighted on Verizon’s test site?

01/10/2011, We already know that Palm has something cool in store of us on February 9th and the smart money is that it’ll involve a webOS-powered tablet. Now folks who have been poking around Verizon’s test site have noticed some devices that don’t show up on...

Coverage app for iOS helps you compare carrier coverage

01/10/2011, With Verizon’s iPhone likely to arrive very soon, are you wondering what the difference between the coverage from various carriers such as AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile is? If you already own an iOS device, you might want to check out the...

Samsung SCH-R910 Android-powered LTE phone for MetroPCS pictured?

01/10/2011, Verizon isn’t the only carrier out there who is touting an LTE network, and a leaked image has surfaced of what is believed to be MetroPCS’ first LTE-capable Android-powered phone – the Samsung SCH-R910. Specifications haven’t been officially...