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Make Your iPhone Look Like A Mac Keyboard With This Case

06/27/2011, If you’ve ever had the desire to make your gadgets fit in with each other in terms of design, and you also happen to own a Mac computer, then perhaps this keyboard case will be the perfect companion for your iPhone 4 and your other Apple gadgets and...

Samsung SCH-i405 spotted in a leak

06/26/2011, The Samsung SCH-i405 is a QWERTY slider smartphone that does seem to look like the Epic 4G Galaxy S variant over at Sprint, but bear in mind that this smartphone will actually be arriving on Verizon Wireless’ CDMA network instead. It will more or...

Nokia N950 spliced open by the FCC, has 12-megapixel camera

06/26/2011, Are you the extremely curious type? If you have answered in the affirmative, then might we suggest you check out what the FCC has on offer at the moment? We are talking about one of the most recent Nokia releases, which is the Nokia N950, where it has...

Gingerbread coming soon for HTC Thunderbolt

06/26/2011, If you bought a HTC Thunderbolt phone and were hoping for a Gingerbread update – well you’re in luck. The folks over at Droid-Life got their hands on a letter by a HTC representative that was issued to one of their readers, with some interesting...

Android Market website now offers review breakdowns

06/26/2011, It looks like Google is constantly rolling out new features for the web version of the Android Market. The company recently added a new feature in the app descriptions for Android apps. On the bottom of the page, in addition to showing you the average...

Sprint Q3 product roadmap leaked?

06/24/2011, Fans of Sprint, the nation’s second largest CDMA carrier, will be delighted to learn about what Sprint has in store for them for the third quarter of this year. The folks over at This Is My Next recently learned the product roadmap for Q3 2011...

iTrem lets your iPhone monitor Parkinson’s disease

06/24/2011, It’s time to add one more item to the never ending list of things the iPhone can do. The folks over at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) have managed to develop an iPhone app that allows users to monitor Parkinson’s disease and other...

Skullcandy Unveils Retro Looking Vandal iPhone Speaker Dock

06/24/2011, For those unfamiliar with Skullcandy, they’re a company that produces skate/punk styled headphones, usually with pretty loud graphics and colors, fitting the whole skate/punk look if that’s what you’re aiming for. In their latest...

MicroPointing’s Miniature Mouse Fits On Just About Anything

06/24/2011, Israeli start-up company MicroPointing has come up with a miniature mouse, except in this case it’s not a typical mouse per se, but rather a tiny touchpad that comes in at 1mm squared which they claim can be placed on just about any object to...

ExEn ports XNA games over to iOS

06/24/2011, Ever wished you could play your favorite Xbox 360, Windows or Windows 7 games on your iOS device? Well that may all become a reality thanks to a programmer named Andrew Russell. He is developing ExEn, an open source software that allows developers to port...

SpyKey logs uses your iPhone to keylog your computer

06/24/2011, Ever wanted to see if somebody is using your computer without your permission? There’s an app for that! If you’ve got an iPhone, there’s now an app available on the App Store called SpyKey. This app records every keystroke that’s...

Imerj dual-screen Android phone prototype spotted

06/24/2011, The folks over at Engadget recently got their hands on a prototype phone from Imerj and gave it a thorough hands-on preview. The phone packs a dual-screen design that’s reminiscent of the Kyocera Echo that was introduced not too long ago, though...