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Bang Bang Racing Android game, only for Tegra

04/18/2011, UK Developer Playbox has announced that it was expanding into the Android platform, with a twist: its Bang Bang Racing game will require NVIDIA’s Tegra chip to run. The game was originally created for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 and Playbox says that...

Samsung 2GHz dual-core smartphones coming in 2012

04/18/2011, Speed enthusiasts will be excited by this piece of news – Samsung Electronics, the creators of the infamous Samsung Galaxy S and the upcoming dual-core Galaxy S 2 phone has announced that it will be releasing a smartphone that can replace desktop...

iPhone 4 Nano clone spotted in China

04/18/2011, The folks over at Giz-China recently spotted a one-of-a-kind iPhone 4 up for sale by a handphone dealer in China. It sports a design that’s exactly just like the iPhone 4, except that it’s much smaller in size, fitting easily into the palm of...

HP Veer claims that small is the new big

04/17/2011, HP isn’t out of the game where handsets are concerned at the moment, and their upcoming phone is not only said to te the smallest, but is also the greatest as well, the HP Veer. It could very well launch sometime early in May, as HP has already sent...

T-Mobile MyTouch 4G to receive Android 2.3 Gingerbread update

04/17/2011, The T-Mobile MyTouch 4G has been one of the more popular Android-powered handsets over at the mobile carrier, and we’re pleased to bring you news that handset manufacturer, HTC, has announced that they will be rolling out an Android 2.3 Gingerbread...

Kyocera Echo launched over at Sprint

04/17/2011, As promised, Sprint has just launched their dual screen Kyocera Echo smartphone that is powered by Google’s Android operating system, retailing for $199.99 as you tie yourself down to a new two-year service agreement (or an eligible upgrade for...

White iPhone 4 spotted in leaked Verizon inventory listing

04/15/2011, After months of false hopes, countless leaks, and tormenting teases – the white iPhone 4 will finally make its way into the hands of consumers. The legendary white iPhone 4 has somehow managed to find its way out of its fantasy world and into ours....

Windows Phone 7 NoDo update arriving for AT&T phones on April 19

04/15/2011, A few more days is all you need to wait if you’re looking forward to receiving the official NoDo updates on your Windows Phone 7 devices on AT&T. According to a leaked internal email from AT&T, the update will be arriving on Tuesday next...

Official Twitter client for BlackBerry updated

04/15/2011, The BlackBerry Official Twitter Client 1.1 has finally made its way out of the beta testing stage into a full release. The app that has been undergoing testing for the past six weeks is now mature and stable enough to go out in the real world. The latest...

Skype for Android vulnerability exposes your details and chat logs

04/15/2011, If you’re one of the 10 million Skype users that use the app on your Android phone, you should be careful. Android Police recently took the app apart and realized how easy it was to extract data from the app. Your username, profile and contacts –...

Motorola Droid X2 benchmarked on video

04/15/2011, Motorola has yet to make any official announcement about the successor to the Droid X, the Droid X2, but already, we’re seeing this phone appearing all over the place. Techno Buffalo recently got their hands on the Droid X2, took photographs of the...

Certified Windows Phone 7 microSD cards now on sale

04/15/2011, Remember when Windows Phone 7 devices were first launched, users were warned not to change the memory cards inside their phones on their own? And that regular microSD cards could possibly ruin the phone? Everyone was told to wait for certified memory...

T-Mobile Sidekick 4G will have limited supplies at launch

04/15/2011, The highly popular phone that makes a comeback on T-Mobile this month might be limited in quantity when it goes on sale. According to reports, Samsung’s Android 4G social phone, the Sidekick 4G will be limited in supply for the first week or two...

India wants to ban Nokia Messaging Services

04/15/2011, Is Thor and his banhammer residing somewhere in India? That’s the kind of gut feeling we have because the country, after coming to a resolution with BlackBerry manufacturer RIM, has now set it sights on Nokia with an intention to ban Nokia’s...