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Google Acquires Motorola Mobility

08/15/2011, This morning, Google has announced that it will acquire Motorola Mobility for $12B, which is a huge premium (60%+). This move is somewhat unexpected as it drastically changes Google’s position relative to other handset manufacturers who use...

British Museum toys with NFC courtesy of Nokia

08/15/2011, NFC (Near Field Communications) is not meant for mobile, wireless payments only – no sir, the application of it has been widened just a little bit more with the British Museum in London receiving a little bit of help from Nokia so that guided tour...

RH-131 goes through FCC motions

08/15/2011, Check out what trolling through the FCC’s pages have led us to – the approval of the RH-131 from Nokia. What can we infer from the documents? Well, the naming convention is definitely different from what we’re used to, since it had...

BlackBerry Bold 9930 splashes on Verizon website

08/15/2011, Verizon Wireless takes the understated route this time around with the BlackBerry Bold 9930, having put up the new smartphone without much fanfare at all. It will retail for a rather expensive $249.99, where it is accompanied by a 2-year contract. If you...

HTC Ruby specs leak

08/14/2011, A week ago, we reported about the HTC Ruby being revealed in photographs, and now the folks over at TmoNews have managed to uncover more details about the curvy phone. The phone won’t be a myTouch device, but it will still be in the upper range of...

HTC Sensation Android 2.3.4 update rolling out in Europe

08/12/2011, HTC’s powerhouse Android phone, the HTC Sensation has been reported to be receiving a tasty Android treat today. The OTA update for Android 2.3.4 is supposedly rolling out to owners of the phone in Europe, which means non-carrier branded versions of...

Google Video arrives on Froyo and Gingerbread devices

08/12/2011, Google Video was launched awhile ago for Android tablets, and now it looks like it’s finally made its way to smaller Android devices. Google has released a new update to the Google Videos app that brings the video rental service to Android...

Nokia Sea Ray not coming to the US?

08/12/2011, We all probably know by now that Nokia will be releasing a series of Windows Phone 7 based smartphones. For those who are unfamiliar, Nokia has dropped Symbian and MeeGo platforms in favor of Windows Phone 7. Their reason behind this is because according...

“The Ultimate Drive” app by BMW released

08/12/2011, Let’s face it, when it comes to driving from point A to point B, everyone has a different way of getting there. Some might prefer a quick and efficient route while some prefer a long and scenic drive. Some probably only know one way which can sometimes...

iOS multitouch gestures to be improved upon in Apple patent

08/12/2011, Apple’s multitouch gestures are well known, so much so that they have incorporated it into most of their products, i.e. iPhone, iPad, trackpads on their laptops and even creating the Magic Mouse which allowed for multitouch gestures. Well if these...

Apple patents pico projector accessory for the iPhone and Mac

08/12/2011, While the concept of installing projectors into your smartphones isn’t exactly new, it seems that Apple has a patent filed for what appears to be a pico projector. The patent is called “Projected display shared workspaces” and while pico projectors...

Airbags for cellphones patented

08/12/2011, Just when you thought patents couldn’t get any crazier, Amazon’s CEO Jeff Bezos; and Amazon’s VP, Greg Hart; have been recently awarded a new patent that is likely to be in the running for gold in this year’s most ridiculous patent...

Dell Streak 5 reaches end of the road

08/12/2011, Dell has stopped selling their Streak 5 tablet/smartphone hybrid – I guess it was a little bit too large to be used as a smartphone on a comfortable basis, while it remained too small to offer a decent tablet experience. The Streak 5 was actually...

Leaked Samsung roadmap fake?

08/12/2011, Yesterday, a Lithuanian site was believed to have discovered Samsung’s roadmap for 2011 which pointed out a number of exciting devices that will be arriving later this year, including some new Bada 2.0 phones, and a new high-end Samsung device that...