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Verizon Wireless offers Samsung Intensity II u460 officially

07/30/2010, If you are in the market for a smartphone that offers great texting capability without breaking the bank, then you might be interested in the Samsung Intensity II u460 from Verizon Wireless. This model has all the necessary parts to get you texting right...

FCC approves ZTE A310 handset

07/30/2010, The A310 handset from ZTE is a tri-band CDMA device that boasts support for the 1700MHz AWS spectrum, coming alongside Bluetooth connectivity. Our good people over at the FCC have given their collective nods of approval for it to hit the US market, and we...

Europe to get HTC Desire Android 2.2 update over the weekend

07/30/2010, HTC has made it known that those living in Europe who have an unlocked HTC Desire will be able to take advantage of the Android 2.2 update over the weekend, bringing the latest version of HTC’s Sense UI to the fore alongside improved 720p video...

App Genome Project Reveals Spyware Capabilities of Smartphone Apps

07/29/2010, After combatting many years of desktop spyware, users must be more cognizant now of the apps, webpages, and content they put on their mobile devices as smartphones are gaining more potential. At the Black Hat security conference, Lookout, which does...

San Francisco Government Goes 4G With Motorola

07/29/2010, San Francisco has hired Motorola to create a 4G infrastructure utilizing Long-Term Evolution, or LTE, technology for the city’s data network, which will only be accessible for public safety services and law enforcement. According to...

LG Optimus Z smartphone hits South Korea

07/29/2010, LG’s latest smartphone to hit South Korea would be the Optimus Z, where it will be available via local carriers SK Telecom and KT. Running on Android 2.1 with the option to upgrade it to version 2.2 before 2011 rolls around, the Optimus Z is no...

Viper remote start system for Android devices

07/29/2010, Now you can use your Android-powered smartphone to lock, unlock and start your vehicle as long as it relies on a Viper remote start system. The app is now available on the Android Market and through Viper creator Directed Electronics’ site as well,...

Samsung Galaxy S spotted running leaked Android 2.2 update

07/29/2010, We were talking about the leaked Android 2.2 update yesterday for the Samsung Galaxy S, and it sure didn’t take too long for someone to install it on an actual Galaxy S, where you can check it out running just fine in a video right after the jump....

RIM Promotes Its BlackBerry Offerings Using Cardboard Cutouts

07/29/2010, It’s not surprising to see companies releasing promotional videos to promote their products or services, but a rather cute YouTube video was released by RIM recently, promoting the benefits of using its solutions, but using paper cut-outs with...

BlackBerry May Be Banned In India Due To Its Strong Encryption

07/29/2010, Seems like the UAE government isn’t the only government that RIM is having some trouble placating, as word is going around the Indian government isn’t too happy with RIM’s encrypted email and messaging services. According to reports, the...

New TAG Heuer Meridiist Luxury Phones Announced

07/29/2010, Luxury watch maker TAG Heuer has announced three new models of its Meridiist phone, all of which share the same overall design, but sport different finishes. The Black Diamond is a PVD-coated device, made out of 316L stainless steel, 18-carat pink gold,...

Malicious Android Wallpaper App Collects Your Personal Data

07/28/2010, Android users who have been regularly downloading apps from the Android Market might want to take note, as mobile security firm Lookout claims that a malicious app has been downloaded from the Android Market by millions of users. The app, developed by...

BlackBerry Bold 9650 on Verizon runs on OS 6 without a hitch

07/28/2010, It seems that Verizon Wireless’ BlackBerry Bold 9650 will be able to run OS 6 without missing a beat, despite initial speculation that OS 6 requires at least 512MB of memory. Technically, the Bold 9650 was the first BlackBerry smartphone to offer...