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BlackBerry Torch 2 spotted, specs revealed

01/13/2011, Research In Motion (RIM) claims that their best BlackBerry to date has been the BlackBerry Torch, although that could be subject to interpretation. RIM might want to alter that perception among users by introducing a spanking new BlackBerry Torch 2 which...

Button-less Verizon phone spotted

01/13/2011, We have heard whispers that Apple’s next generation iPhone and iPad might just lose the home button, and could this also spur HTC to do the same (or is it the other way round)? Check out this mysterious device that lacks any buttons on the front,...

PocketPro uses iPhone to analyze golf swing

01/13/2011, Want to get better in that game of golf, but have run out of your wits as the stacks of DVDs and books which you purchased failed to help you make any significant headway? There might be hope yet with the PocketPro, as this device will work hand in hand...

No New Every Two promo for Verizon customers

01/13/2011, We previously caught wind of this via a leaked document and now Verizon has made the bad news official. The carrier has quietly changed its early upgrade policies, ensuring that the New Every Two program will be coming to an end for customers and after...

iOS 4.3 code references upcoming iPhone and iPads?

01/13/2011, With Apple’s iOS 4.3 beta firmware seeded to developers, folks out there are busy going over the code and seeing if it reveals any tidbits. There have already been some pretty cool discoveries and now folks have found references to devices such as the...

200 million FaceTime-enabled devices by end of 2012?

01/13/2011, Apple’s already doing pretty well with its iPhones and iPads, and now Barclay’s analyst Ben Reitzes expects the fruity company to sell about 50 million FaceTime-compatible iPhones in fiscal 2011, 15 million FaceTime-compatible iPods, 12 million...

Acer Liquid Mini E310 visits the FCC

01/13/2011, Acer’s Liquid Mini E310 has just paid a visit to the FCC and the phone features a 3.2-inch display and is powered by a 600MHz Qualcomm MSM7277 processor. It looks very much like an entry-level Android-powered device, though there isn’t any mention of...

Samsung Star II details leak

01/13/2011, Details of Samsung’s upcoming S5260/Star II have surfaced online, giving us some idea of what to expect from this phone. While there isn’t any official word on the operating system, the user interface looks very much like Samsung’s bada OS and it...

CDMA iPhone coming to China, Japan and Korea

01/12/2011, Now that the Verizon iPhone is already here, we know that Apple is capable of coming up with a CDMA version of the popular phone. Reports are now in that the CDMA iPhone units made by Foxconn will be destined for Verizon, but Apple’s other contractor...

T-Mobile open to offering the iPhone 4 too

01/12/2011, T-Mobile ads might be busy making fun of the iPhone 4 on Verizon and AT&T’s network, but reports are in that T-Mobile USA would actually like to offer the phone on its network too. Now that the iPhone is on Verizon, we know that the exclusivity deal...

Google Translate for Android gets Conversation Mode

01/12/2011, Google has updated and improved its Translate app for Android by giving it a new look and a Conversation Mode. The new mode allows two folks who are trying to talk to each other to speak into the phone, one at a time, and see the conversation translated...

GT-i9023 visits the FCC, is it an updated Nexus S?

01/12/2011, Has the FCC spilled the beans on an upcoming variant of the Nexus S? Folks have noticed that a Samsung phone with the model number GT-i9023 has paid a visit to the FCC, supporting AWS 3G, making it suitable for T-Mobile. While there isn’t any...