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Motorola CLIQ Android 2.1 upgrade delayed

07/01/2010, While the newer generation of Android-powered smartphones run on version 2.1 of the operating system and are waiting for FroYo to arrive, the Motorola CLIQ is still left lagging far behind as it belongs to the museum with version 1.5 of the Android OS...

Vapor4 bumper for iPhone looks good

07/01/2010, Bumpers for your iPhone are one of the suggested methods of making sure the latest handset from Apple works perfectly fine no matter how you hold it, so why not go ahead and do it in style? We’re talking about the Vapor4 bumper which is made out of...

India could ban Blackberry, Skype and Gmail

07/01/2010, The Department of Telecom (DoT) in India could very well place a ban on BlackBerry devices, Skype as well as Gmail services if they do not comply with the government’s request to ensure that data going through their networks will be made available...

Motorola Droid X Ad Makes Fun Of The iPhone 4 Antenna Issue

07/01/2010, It’s not often that companies get to get one over Apple, and with the iPhone 4′s widely publicized Death Grip issue, you can be sure that rival companies are going to take advantage of the situation. After Nokia made a joke about it recently,...

Gearbox Allows Android Devices To Control A Robot Ball

07/01/2010, The Gearbox project seems like a pretty interesting deal, as it sees an Android-powered device controlling a robot ball via its accelerometer. If you didn’t know what was going on, you might feel a little freaked out to see someone...

Firefox Home Submitted To The App Store

07/01/2010, Could Mozilla be taking a page from Opera’s book, and using public announcements to pressure Apple into approving apps that it might frown upon? The folks behind the popular Firefox browser have announced that they have submitted their Firefox Home...

HTC HD2 runs on Android 2.1!

06/30/2010, Take a look at this – we’re talking about a HTC HD2 which supposedly runs on Windows Mobile, but this time it has Android 2.1 running on it – sort of. Boasting a custom boot animation known as XDAndroid, the port is far from complete...

Android 3.0 Gingerbread detailed

06/30/2010, Android 2.2, better known as FroYo, is barely out of the stables just yet, but that doesn’t mean Google is resting on its laurels with word of Android 3.0 aka Gingerbread being prepared for a Q4 release later this year. The crystal ball has become a...

iMovie for iPhone 4 running on its predecessor instead

06/30/2010, iMovie is an exclusive app for the recently released iPhone 4, but someone managed to take that app and have it run on the older iPhone 3GS instead. One of the motivating factors to pull this stunt off is to verify whether the iPhone 3GS’ hardware...

Sony Ericsson Vivaz gets pink shade

06/30/2010, The Sony Ericsson Vivaz will not stop at just Silver Moon, Cosmic Black, Galaxy Blue and Venus Ruby colors, as it will soon arrive in pink to make it the fifth color in the handset range. Since the smartphone is already approved by the FCC, it should be...

Emblaze Kills Its First ELSE Smartphone

06/30/2010, You might remember the First ELSE handset that appeared some time back. It had a pretty cool interface, and a stylish design. Sadly, after many million dollars of investment, Emblaze, the company behind it, has announced that it’s dropping any...

Owner Offers $10k Reward For Asus M10 Phone Lost In Singapore

06/30/2010, It’s hard to determine whether this is a true plea for help, or a joke that someone’s trying to play, but a video has surfaced from a person who claims to have lost his Asus M10 phone in Singapore. Why would most folks care? Apparently...

Palm Eliminates App Submission Fee For Its App Catalog

06/30/2010, Looks like the folks over at Palm are trying to curry favor with developers by removing the $50 submission fee that every developer usually has to pay in order to submit an app to Palm’s App Catalog. To make the deal sweeter, aside from the removal...