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Huawei Ascend P1 launched by China Unicom

07/03/2012, If you’ve been keeping your eye on the Huawei Ascend P1 since it was first introduced at the CES this year, then we are happy to report that the device has just been officially launched today by China Unicom. The Huawei Ascend P1 is currently priced...

HTC One V now available at US Cellular for $130 after rebate

07/03/2012, Good news for US Cellular customers, the HTC One V is now available for purchase. It will set you back $130 after a $100 mail-in-rebate and assuming that your qualified for a new two year contract. If you do not wist to be committed to a contract, the...

Verizon announces the arrival of the Galaxy S3 beginning July 10

07/03/2012, Word about the arrival of the Samsung Galaxy S3 on Verizon was first heard earlier this month when we received reports that the device will arrive in the 9th of July. A week after, sources from the web said that the arrival of the device is...

Google deploys Indoor Maps for Google Maps in the U.K.

07/03/2012, If you’re planning to spend your whole time this summer in London for the Olympics, then don’t forget to bring your smartphone or tablet with you. That’s because Google has just released the Indoor Maps feature on Google Maps for various...

Motorola Photon Q hits FCC with Sprint LTE

07/03/2012, Sprint first released the Motorola Photon 4G back in August of last year. It was a pretty high powered device last year with its NVIDIA Tegra 2 Dual Core processor, its 8 megapixel camera, and running on Springs 4G WiMax network. We first hear rumors of...

iFixit for Android now available

07/03/2012, If you love modding gizmos and gadgets, then I guess you are familiar with the popular electronics site iFixit. iFixit is actually a California-based company that publishes free wiki-like online repair manuals for consumer electronic devices via its...

Pantech Vega S5 announced

07/03/2012, While there aren’t too many “large” phones like the Samsung Galaxy Note or LG Optimus Vu on the market today, it looks like we’ll be seeing one more soon. Also from a Korean company, Pantech, it’s called the Vega S5. It...

Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode II speeds onto Android devices

07/03/2012, Those of you who are running Android on your smartphones instead of other mobile operating systems, here is a piece of news which might just cheer you up somewhat, helping this week being a whole lot less dreary. It is now available across all...

iCade Mobile now available for purchase

07/03/2012, We previously reported about the iCade Mobile going up for sale, and well it looks like today is the day it finally starts to ship. According to reports online and on ThinkGeek’s website, the iPhone accessory is now available for purchase. In case...

RIM CEO says company isn’t in a “death spiral”

07/03/2012, Speaking at CBC’s Metro Morning radio show today, RIM CEO Thorsten Heins said, “There’s nothing wrong with the company as it exists right now.” Seemingly in a move to convince both customers and investors that Research In Motion...

Google Jellybean statue can’t take the heat

07/03/2012, Last week we reported that Google installed a new Android Jelly Bean statue on its Googleplex lawn in commemoration of the operating system’s launch. Well it looks like the statue wasn’t designed to withstand the hot Californian sun. According...