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Pantech Burst and Pantech Element available now on AT&T

01/23/2012, The Pantech Burst Android smartphone  and Pantech Element waterproof Android tablet that were announced at CES 2012 a couple of weeks ago are now available for purchase on AT&T. The Pantech Burst is one of the few 4G LTE devices that feature an entry...

Sony Sensors get RGBW and HDR

01/23/2012, Sony has announced that its upcoming image sensors for smartphones and mobile devices will feature a new RGBW Coding. Usually photo pixels are encoded with RGB (Red, Green and Blue) but this W component stands for White, and is apparently used to store...

RIM gets a new CEO: Thorsten Heins

01/23/2012, RIM, the company behind the Blackberry brand, has announced that Thorsten Heins will be its new leader as Mike Lazaridis steps down from the CEO role to become the Vice Chair of RIM’s board. ““There comes a time in the growth of every...

Windows Marketplace hits 60,000 apps

01/22/2012, If “lack of apps” is the main reason why you haven’t switched to Windows Phone yet, it won’t be an excuse for much longer. It has just been reported that Microsoft’s mobile operating system’s app store, the Windows...

AntiCrop app for iOS “uncrops” your photos

01/20/2012, Whenever you shoot a photograph, it’s always easier to capture a large shot and then crop out what’s uninteresting to make a better shot. But what about the other way around? What do you do then? Well, the folks over at Adva-Soft have recently...

Counter-Strike 1.6 recreated with Unity engine

01/20/2012, If you miss playing Counter-Strike but don’t want to bother reinstalling on Steam or digging up old CDs of the game, you’re in luck. A couple of developers have managed to recreate Counter-Strike 1.6 with the Unity engine and files from the...

Sony Ericsson ST25i “Kumquat” caught in the wild

01/20/2012, Sony seems to have a lot of trouble keeping its devices a secret, with numerous images of its upcoming phones popping up here and there. Latest to join the party is the ST25i aka Kumquat which has been mentioned before. Joining the LT22i Nypon and MT27i...

Samsung Galaxy Note for AT&T visits the FCC

01/20/2012, The Samsung Galaxy Note has been officially announced to be arriving on AT&T, but we have yet to hear about a release date for the phone. Well, it looks like the phone might be arriving soon. According to reports online, the phone has just made it...

Samsung releases another Galaxy S2 ad

01/20/2012, Samsung has taken yet another stab at Apple fans by releasing a new Galaxy S2 advert. This one features a new guy with the Samsung Galaxy S2, showing off the phone’s free turn by turn navigation capabilities. One of the Apple fanboys replies with...

Hooked helps you find Android games

01/20/2012, With almost 25,000 games on the Android Market right now, how does one sift through all the games to find something they like? Sure, the featured games and charts do help to a certain extent, but a lot of games often go unnoticed there, especially if they...

LG X3 quad-core smartphone revealed

01/20/2012, 2011 might be the year of dual-core processors in smartphones, so what happens when the days and months roll over to 2012? The answer might lie in doubling the number of cores (Moore’s Law is applied somewhat here), as the revealed LG X3 smartphone...

Samsung Galaxy Note updated for one hand use

01/20/2012, While the Samsung Galaxy Note does have a large, gorgeous display, its size definitely makes it a bit clunky for one-handed use. A big problem if you’re trying to use the phone while holding something in your other hand at the same time. Well, it...

Android app store holds banned apps

01/20/2012, Remember the Prohibition? Somehow or rather, something that is banned seems to be more “desirable” to us, perhaps because there is a naughty factor attached to it. Android developer Kousik Dutta must have felt a tug on his heart to construct...

Absinthe jailbreak for iPhone 4S and iPad 2 released (updated)

01/20/2012, “Soon” is a relative word, and iOS 5.0.1 hacker extraordinaire pod2g did use this particular word to describe the long awaited iPad 2 and iPhone 4S jailbreak – and has done so for one fortnight or so already, and this morning,...