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Sony Ericsson announces Xperia active

06/22/2011, In addition to the Xperia ray, Sony Ericsson introduced yet another phone to its Xperia line up. This time it’s the Xperia active – an Android phone with a rugged design to match consumers’ active lifestyles. With a small form factor that is...

Case-Mate’s $300 Titanium iPhone 4 Case

06/22/2011, Not too long ago we found the official Louis Vuitton iPhone 4 cases on sale and we thought that $290 was just too much to pay for an iPhone 4 casing, considering it was almost half the price of a brand new unlocked iPhone 4. Today we found a case that has...

Zipcar drops beta tag for Android app

06/22/2011, Zipcar Inc has just announced that its car sharing app for Android, Zipcar, is now officially out of beta. The app which has been around on the iPhone for some time now is now version 1.0 on Android. While it’s out of beta, there haven’t been...

Huawei Sonic and Glory ready to rock and roll soon

06/22/2011, Huawei’s MediaPad might have grabbed all the headlines this week where an Android-powered tablet is concerned, but that doesn’t mean the company doesn’t have any more other tricks up their sleeves. No sir, Huawei has a couple more...

Bloomberg reports point to September date for new iPhone

06/22/2011, Bloomberg is the latest to jump aboard the next generation iPhone bandwagon with word that said model will be arriving sometime later this September, where it will be powered by an A5 processor alongside an 8-megapixel camera. It seems that a couple of...

Impulse Response App records the acoustics of your room

06/21/2011, Sam Harman, creator of the Twinthesiser (an app that turns tweets into sound) will be unveiling his latest creation at the 2011 Festival of Design and Innovation at Bournemouth University. Called the Impulse Response Application, it is designed to capture...

Motorola Triumph arriving this July 19th

06/21/2011, The Motorola Triumph did not really receive a release date apart from the rather vague summer timeframe, but at least today yields additional information concerning the Motorola Triumph’s rollout date – and we are looking at July 19th here....

Verizon’s tiered data plans will not affect current customers

06/21/2011, We want to be heralds of good news by letting all existing Verizon Wireless customers who are on an unlimited data plan that they will need not worry about getting cut off from that pipeline of data when July 7th rolls around. It seems that the different...

Capcom iOS titles going for a dollar

06/21/2011, Capcom is one of the bigger names when it comes to video games, and they have certainly done their bit when it comes to supporting the iOS platform – after all, there’s money to be made there, no? The gaming company has just put up a quartet...

Xtrinsic MPL3115A2: Freescale’s New Pressure Sensor

06/21/2011, Freescale has just announced the Xtrinsic MPL3115A2, a pressure sensor chip that includes an accurate altimeter (30cm accuracy in altitude). Obviously, the altimeter could help with upcoming indoor navigation, however we’re not quite there yet. At...

iPhone 4 is Flickr’s most popular camera

06/21/2011, If there was a popularity contest, then surely the Apple iPhone would have picked up a fair number of accolades to date, including being the most popular camera used to capture images that are then uploaded onto the popular photo sharing site, Flickr. The...

New Android malware GGTracker discovered

06/21/2011, It sure looks like the need for an anti-virus/malware app for Android phones is ever increasing. Lookout Mobile Security has just posted on their blog a new type of Android malware they’ve discovered recently. Dubbed GGTracker, this malicious app...

Apple stops iPhone 4 order

06/21/2011, When will the next version of the iPhone roll out? No one really knows – not the general public anyways, only those who work at Apple do – and by that, we mean select folks as well. There are whispers going around that Apple has already...

Logitech works with GN Netcom/Jabra

06/21/2011, Logitech continues in their efforts to see unified communications (UC) grow, and hence has decided to announced a collaboration with GN Netcom – and to kick off this particular partnership, they have decided to expanding their product portfolio to...