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Nokia N9 won’t be abandoned

07/05/2011, By now we all know that the N9 will be Nokia’s first and last MeeGo device, and while it’s not for sale yet, Nokia is doing its best to allay any fears that consumers might have about buying the company’s last MeeGo device. According to...

Motorola Photon 4G for Sprint announced

07/05/2011, Something tells me we might just see a phone called the Atom or Nucleus down the road, what with Motorola’s latest announcement concerning the Photon 4G which looks set to arrive on Sprint’s network. Not only that, Virgin Mobile will also be...

HTC Marvel makes it past the FCC?

07/05/2011, The FCC’s database can be quite a challenge to go through, but the fruit of such labor is definitely well worth the effort. The latest smartphone to have gone through the FCC’s fiery loops is a mystery HTC smartphone that goes by the model...

Pegatron received 15 million iPhone 5 orders

07/05/2011, Notebook maker Pegatron Technology, hailing from Taiwan, has been said to have received 15 million iPhone 5 orders from Apple, where these new handsets will be shipping sometime in September 2011 onwards. That’s the 10th anniversary of 9/11, and to...

Icelandic pop star’s dress is made out of QR codes

07/05/2011, Iceland has a pop star, Kali, who like Lady Gaga, is known for her outrageous costumes, so instead of dressing up in dress that has been made out of meat, she has instead decided to put on a dress that is not only less of an eye-sore, but is also composed...

Jabra STONE2 now on sale

07/05/2011, Late last year, Jabra, a Danish company; introduced a revolutionary Bluetooth headset called the STONE2, earning the acclaim of the industry, including a prestigious CES Best of Innovation award for the best wireless handset accessory of 2011. The...

Alibaba brings mobile wallet technology to China

07/05/2011, For those who are unfamiliar with Alibaba, they have sometimes been called the Google of China, and they are fast gaining ground. As we all know, Google has recently joined up with Sprint in order to put out Google Wallet, which is Google’s NFC...

Sony Ericsson Xperia ray for pre-order in the UK

07/05/2011, Sony Ericsson Xperia ray, the “mini Xperia arc” was unveiled in Singapore a couple of weeks ago, but there was no word on how much the phone would cost or when we would see it on sale besides the vague Q3 date. Well it looks like the wait for...

Samsung Galaxy S II: 3 million sold

07/05/2011, 55 days after the Samsung Galaxy II went on sale; it looks like Samsung has got another winner on their hands. The company recently celebrated a major milestone for the Galaxy S II: 3 million units of the phone have been sold in just 55 days. That’s...

i Roll concept phone aims to be a space-saver

07/05/2011, How would you feel about a phone that is about the size of a pen, and that you could roll up when not in use, and roll out to display a screen when you wish to make your calls or perform tasks on the device? If that got your attention, then the concept i...

Travelnapp for Windows Phone 7 lets you sleep while you travel

07/05/2011, After a long day of work, all you want to do is get on the train just so you can get some shut eye before you get home. But what if you’re the kind of person who falls into a deep sleep and always misses the stop you’re supposed to get off at?...

Samsung Galaxy S II goes all Mango on us

07/04/2011, The Samsung Galaxy S II might have pledged its allegiance to the Android cause at the moment, but what happens when the unexpected comes about? We are talking about rumors of Windows Phone 7 running on the Galaxy S II. Yes sir, this might just be the...