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Parrot MINIKIT Smart Looks Smart with Hands-Free Capabilities

11/02/2010, If you want to use your modern smartphone–or any Bluetooth-capable phone for that matter–as a speakerphone and your phone’s built-in speakers aren’t loud or clear enough, then Parrot’s got a solution with the company’s...

NFC antenna takes up less space than you can imagine

11/02/2010, Modern smartphones these days boast more antennas that you could possibly imagine, where the wonders of miniaturization has certainly made their mark in the size of the hardware you hold in the palm of your hand that would make even the fastest Pentium...

Dell Venue Pro approved by the FCC

11/02/2010, We all know that the FCC has taken a look at the Dell Venue, and are pleased to announce that this smartphone will be the Dell Venue Pro and has just received approval as well, which should shape up nicely for a pre-holiday release. Boasting T-Mobile...

Optoma Neo-i iPhone/iPod Dock Features A Built-in Pico Projector

11/01/2010, There are so many iPhone/iPod docks out there that it’s hard to differentiate one product from another but Optoma’s Neo-i iPhone/iPod speaker dock manages to do this by integrating its own pico projector. The device is capable of projecting an...

VZ Navigator For The Droid 2 Global Appears In Android Market

11/01/2010, It’s not that we really need any additional confirmation that the Droid 2 Global will be arriving from Verizon but the carrier has given another indirect confirmation of the device’s imminent arrival by posting a variant of VZ Navigator for it...

BlackBerry Bold 9780 now caught in a shade of red

11/01/2010, The BlackBerry Bold 9780 will not only look like a standard, boring business-issue smartphone, as a red colored model has been spotted recently in a video, touting the 9780′s RAM usage in the process. While there was no branding on the model in the...

BlackBerry Storm 3 specifications leaked?

11/01/2010, Could the list of specifications below actually belong to the BlackBerry Storm 3? Perhaps, or perhaps not, but you might want to check them out before coming to a conclusion. Without much further ado, they are :- Camera: 5MP, 2592×1944 pixels or 8...

XDA Developers Planning To Port webOS To HTC Hero

11/01/2010, Palm devices may not be the most popular phones out there at the moment, but there are plenty of webOS fans out there. While not everybody might be hot on getting Palm’s hardware, there are many who wish that the software was available for other...

Hack: Enable HD Video Recording On The iPhone 3GS

11/01/2010, iPhone 3GS users who aren’t happy about the HD recording capabilities of the iPhone 4 might be happy to hear that some smart folks out there have figured out how to get 1080 x 800 pixel HD recording on the iPhone 3GS to work. What many folks many...

Microsoft to acquire California-based start-up Canesta

11/01/2010, Microsoft has flexed their financial muscles yet again, and will be looking to bring Canesta from California into their fold. Why so, you ask? Well, Canesta is a leader in 3D sensing technology for starters, owning 44 patents which represent the...

Sprint and Samsung offer Media Hub voucher

11/01/2010, In an effort to kick start the Media Hub by Samsung, Sprint and the South Korean consumer electronics giant have come together to throw out a $50 voucher for new owners of the Epic 4G, where this voucher can be used to rent certain movies from...

iPhone bug caused folks to be late

11/01/2010, An iPhone bug was caught out when Australia switched between Daylight Savings Time and Standard Time a few weeks ago, and the same is now happening in Europe. Folks have been going on and on over on Twitter on how recurring iPhone alarms go off an hour...