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AT&T Samsung Galaxy S II spotted?

07/26/2011, Could what you see above actually be the Samsung Galaxy S II from AT&T, just when you thought that Verizon Wireless would beat AT&T to the smartphone? Well, the model showcased has a QWERTY keyboard that slides out nicely, but we have no knowledge...

Nokia shows off RSS, email and notes app of the N9

07/26/2011, Those of you pining to get your hands on a Nokia MeeGo device will have to wait until the N9 launches (supposedly in August) or sign up for the developer program in order to get the N950. But since most of us aren’t developers (if not we...

Qualcomm acquires assets from GestureTek

07/26/2011, It has been reported that Qualcomm, the manufacturer behind the popular Snapdragon processors that have been put to a lot of good use in recent smartphones, has acquired unspecified assets from GestureTek. GestureTek is a company that specializes in...

HTC Bliss render spotted

07/26/2011, The HTC Bliss is still wrapped in mystery, although that shroud is slowly but surely being unraveled by tech ninjas. This Android-powered smartphone was rumored to target women, and it returns to the limelight as a leaked handset render that is resting in...

BlackBerry Touch/Volt and Torch 2 press shots

07/26/2011, Our friends over at Pocketnow do receive some exclusives from time to time, and this time around, we have the BlackBerry Touch – also known as the BlackBerry Volt by certain quarters. If you’re one who tracks your BlackBerry collection through...

Foursquare announces custom badge program for universities

07/25/2011, Foursquare, one of the largest social check-in services available has just announced new custom badge program for universities that are keen on promoting the use of Foursquare on campus. Foursquare will be relaunching the Foursquare for Universities...

Motorola Domino+ Android smartphone arrives at the FCC

07/25/2011, Motorola’s Domino+ Android smartphone has just hit the FCC, where it is known by the model number XT530/XT531 in its filings. Just what do you expect from this smartphone? How about a 3.5″ display with a 320 × 480 resolution? Not only that,...

New Samsung slider rumored for AT&T

07/25/2011, Samsung seems to be pretty fond of Android sliders recently. After having one of its devices spotted as an unnamed slider device headed for Boost Mobile recently, the Korean OEM seems to have another slider up its sleeve, assuming what the folks over at...

2011 Phones Updated Soon to Android 2.3 aka GingerBread (AT&T)

07/25/2011, The operating system (OS) update status of Android smartphones has been a sensitive issue at time. Depending on the handset manufacturer, it can take a while to get the newest  OS on a handset recently acquired. AT&T has just announced that all its...

VooMote One universal remote for iOS announced

07/25/2011, It looks like Onkyo isn’t the only company announcing a remote control today. Zero1.tv has announced a new remote control device called the VooMote One. Designed to work with more than just a lineup of devices from one brand, the VooMote One turns...

iPhone 4 is still selling well

07/25/2011, Despite reports of Apple selling less iPhones than Samsung in Q2 2011 it looks like the iPhone is still one hot-selling device. According to the latest reporting earnings for its June quarter, AT&T said that it sold 3.6 million iPhones –...

AT&T to get its own Droid Bionic?

07/25/2011, Folks holding out for the Motorola Droid Bionic will be glad to know that they might not have to wait for it to arrive on Verizon’s network. According to a recent discovery by the folks at Into Mobile, AT&T might be getting its own version of...