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T-Mobile G2 rooted permanently

11/09/2010, Remember the T-Mobile G2 that has seemingly phoenix-like qualities when it comes to rooting the smartphone? Well, apparently someone has managed to overcome that hurdle – basically, this means the G2 need not be rooted each time it is booted, as the...

No microSD cards to be installed in Samsung Focus, alerts AT&T

11/09/2010, AT&T workers in stores have mentioned that Microsoft is currently working on a fix to stbilize the whole microSD memory card slot reliability issue. Basically, directives from the top have trickled down to AT&T employees, who in turn will not...

Motorola Droid Pro on sale before official announcement

11/09/2010, Verizon Wireless has apparently jumped the gun in the case of the Motorola Droid Pro, having selling it by more than a week ahead of its scheduled November 18th arrival date. Basically, the smartphone is meant to fall under the pre-order category at the...

LG Mobile Design Competition sees some interesting concept phones

11/09/2010, Concepts are always worth looking into since they tend to free your imagination of physical shackles, waiting for future technology to catch up in order to make a particular design or device possible. The latestLG Mobile Design Competition which was held...

Fujitsu and Sharp roll out 11 more Symbian phones in Japan

11/09/2010, Don’t write off Symbian just yet, despite the company having some trouble being relevant in the world of smartphones in this day and age. Both Fujitsu and Sharp have introduced another 11 more smartphone models which are powered by the Symbian...

BlackBerry Torch 9800 sees price dropped to $99.99

11/09/2010, The BlackBerry Torch might be RIM’s flagship device at the moment, and is the first off the blocks to be powered by the spanking new BlackBerry OS 6, but sales in the US have been nothing short of disappointing that even carrier AT&T is...

myTouch 3G Froyo 2.2 update works on the T-Mobile G1

11/09/2010, Here’s a pop quiz – which is the first Android-powered smartphone to hit the market? Well, no prizes for folks who blurted out the T-Mobile G1. This grand-daddy of them all might not have an official Android 2.2 Froyo update, but that has not...

Samsung Sells 3M Galaxy S Phones In The US

11/09/2010, It wasn’t too long ago that Samsung announced that it had sold 5 million Galaxy S phones globally, with 2 million of those coming from the US alone. Now Samsung USA’s Paul Golden has confirmed that the Korean company has sold more than 3...

Motorola CLIQ Gets Official Android 2.1 Update

11/09/2010, Motorola CLIQ owners who have been drooling over the Android 2.1 update that many other phones already have are in for a spot of good news. Following the leaked version of the Android 2.1 update a few weeks back, the official Android 2.1 update for the...

Motorola Citrus Arriving At Walmart As A Prepaid Phone

11/09/2010, We already know that the upcoming Motorola Citrus will be available for $30 if you’re willing to agree to a two-year contract, but there’s still hope for folks who are contract-shy and looking to pick up this phone. The Motorola Citrus has...