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HTC HD2 gets unofficial Windows Phone 7 installation

01/13/2011, Despite all the fancy new phones being churned out, HTC’s HD2 is still one classic phone, though it’s probably held back by the old Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system. If you’re a HD2 owner, chances are that you’ve dreamed of putting...

BlackBerry Curve Apollo picture and specs leaked

01/13/2011, If you think that your BlackBerry 8520 is a little outdated, you’ll be happy to check out this leaked picture of what is touted as the next-generation BlackBerry Curve, codenamed Apollo. While the Curve generally doesn’t sport too impressive...

Mini Samsung Galaxy S phone leaked?

01/13/2011, Pictures of a new Samsung device have just surfaced out of nowhere and from what we can see, it looks a lot like the Samsung Galaxy S, albeit smaller. It has been unofficially christened the Samsung Galaxy S Mini but we’re pretty sure Samsung will...

Punch Plugs Review

01/13/2011, To headphone makers, this must feel like a golden age: Apple alone has sold more than 275 million iPods. On top of that, hundreds of millions of other pocket musicians roam the world – wanna-be iPods as well as smartphones with built-in MP3 players. So...

Spotify partner with Shazam to combine services

01/13/2011, Shazam, the music discovery service has just announced a partnership with Spotify, in a new deal that brings added functionality to Shazam. Ever since SoundHound became a free app, Shazam has had to step up their game to compete, and this new partnership...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Future iPad and iPhones to do away with the home button?

01/12/2011, We recently found out that multi-touch gestures were coming to the iPad in the latest iOS 4.3 beta and now word is going around that these gestures have been put in place because the future iPad will be losing its home button. This means that instead of...