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Samsung could introduce Continuum in November

10/25/2010, Samsung has already sent out invites to various media concerning a new hardware launch that is happening in New York City on November 8. The teaser did not give much away, other than the fact that Samsung will be unveiling a “new Android...

FCC approves of HTC 7 Pro

10/25/2010, HTC has yet another smartphone device that has just gotten the approval of the demigods at the FCC, where the 7 Pro which will run on Windows Phone 7 (hence its name), will target CDMA networks. Pretty interesting, considering how Microsoft did mention...

Sprint Releases Galaxy Tab Pricing Information

10/25/2010, Sprint today has announced the Samsung Galaxy Tab pricing plan, which will cost $399 with a two year contract. The data-only U.S. version of Samsung’s Android tablet will be available beginning November 14th and will be available with the following...

Spice Mobility Offers 3D Phone For $97

10/25/2010, You probably aren’t too bothered about what phones are being released over in India, but the M-67 3D that’s being offered by Spice Mobility is something that folks might want to take note of, not least because it costs less than $100. If the...

The Motorola StarTAC Is Back In Yellow

10/25/2010, We previously mentioned that you could pick up a low-feature phone just to remind you of the good old days, but what if you want something that’s authentic? French company Lekki is offering an interesting proposition as every month a vintage phone...

iPhone 6 Concept Design

10/25/2010, While everybody is busy speculating about the CDMA iPhone and iPhone 5 a designer out there has already taken the time to come up with a concept design for the iPhone 6. The iPhone 6 design that is presented still maintains the single-button simplicity of...

Acer Liquid Metal S120 On AT&T Bands Visits The FCC

10/25/2010, Whispers of Acer’s upcoming Liquid Metal S120 cell phone have been going around recently and now the aluminum-clad phone has just paid a visit to the FCC, bringing it one step closer to AT&T since it brings support or the GSM/EDGE 850/1900 and...

Starbucks Stores In New York Now Accepting Mobile Payments

10/25/2010, Starbucks-addicts in New York should be happy to hear that the coffee company has seen enough success with its Starbucks Card Mobile payment program to extend the program to nearly 300 company-operated stores in New York City and Long Island. The pilot...

LG Android Phone For Verizon Sports LTE

10/25/2010, A picture of what will apparently be a future high-end LG Android phone for Verizon has surfaced. Specific details on the phone weren’t mentioned but detective work on the picture shows that there is a LTE logo nearby the lower half of the back...

Gingerbread makes its mark on Google HQ

10/24/2010, It goes without saying that Google’s Gingerbread operating system (rumored to be Android 2.3 instead) is more than ready to roll out, considering how Google just mounted a giant sculpture which is actually a giant Gingerbread man that you might have...

T-Mobile TV Coming To myTouch Slide And Samsung Vibrant

10/24/2010, There’s some good news for T-Mobile TV subscribers who own the myTouch Slide and Samsung Vibrant. Word is out that both phones will be getting access to T-Mobile TV via a software update that will be arriving in the last week of October. The update...