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Nokia X2-01 Launched With QWERTY Keyboard

11/22/2010, If you’re looking for a budget-oriented QWERTY-toting Nokia phone, you’ll be happy to hear that Nokia has launched the X2-01, a device that offers a 2.4-inch QVGA 320 x 240 pixel display and QWERTY keyboard. The X2-01 keeps up with the times...

Chrome To Windows Phone On The Way

11/22/2010, We’ve previously seen methods to get Chrome and Firefox links to your iPhone or Android device. Now if you’re rocking a Windows Phone 7 device and want a similar feature on your device, you’ll be happy to hear that a Chrome to WP7...

Droid 2 Global Promoted On Verizon’s Facebook Page

11/22/2010, Verizon seems to have a rather strange marketing plan for the Droid 2 Global. While most expected the device to arrive with much fanfare, instead we had to make do with (plenty of) leaked information before the device finally became available from Verizon...

Sony Ericsson PlayStation Phone To Be Revealed In Feb?

11/21/2010, Sony Ericsson’s CEO, Bert Nordberg, has dropped some hints on the PlayStation phone in a recent interview. While he didn’t directly confirm the existence of the phone, he did mention that there was “a lot of smoke” and therefore...

Verizon Airs 4G LTE TV Ad, Confirms December Launch

11/21/2010, Folks have been waiting for Verizon’s speedy LTE 4G network for some time and now Verizon has run its first TV advert, promoting its LTE network. The 30-second video shows a young man getting a parcel from Verizon, which is opened, revealing a...

Apple’s Integrated-SIM iPhone Ditched?

11/21/2010, There isn’t any official confirmation on this just yet, so it’s best to take it with a pinch of salt. Reports are going around that Apple has ditched its plans to develop an integrated SIM card for the iPhone. It was previously speculated that...

Tweet Confirms WP7 Devices For Verizon This Holiday Season

11/21/2010, Looks like someone jumped the gun at Microsoft. Folks who have been wondering when Windows Phone 7 (WP7) devices would be arriving on Verizon will be happy to hear that Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 Twitter account spilled the beans on a 2010 WP7...

Web 2.0 Summit – Day 2

11/21/2010, Photo: Carol Bartz, CEO, Yahoo! and John Battelle, co-founder, Web 2.0 Summit [Web 2.0 Summit 2010] – Nov, 16 – The day started with a bunch of announcements from Yahoo! which was launching its Local Offers Program with 20 partners, including...

Rumored Palm Mansion to Sport 5-Inch Display

11/19/2010, Rumors are circulating around HP Palm’s next-generation webOS 2.0 offering codenamed the Palm Mansion. That device is said to have a 5-inch WVGA screen that has a resolution of 480 X 800, which would make it comparable to the Android-powered Dell...

Canada seeks mandatory phone unlock when contract ends

11/19/2010, Wireless carriers are usually among the most disliked services (for many reasons), but in Canada, a new law could make life a little better for consumers. Under the proposed regulation, carriers would be required to unlock the phone at the end of a...

Bolle BP-10, first iPhone printer

11/19/2010, You know that a computing platform is taking off when it gets supported by printers… The Bolle BP-10 is a photo printer dedicated to the iPhone that can print 4″x6″ photos from a single, or multiple images (if you want to create a...

Failing Nokia N8 Suffering from Faulty Parts?

11/18/2010, Scattered reports are coming in around the Internet saying that the beloved Symbian^3-powered Nokia N8 are stopping to work. Users are noting that the device isn’t powering on nor is even charging. Hexus reported the issue while in the process of...