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ZTE phone does TD-LTE, TD-SCDMA, GSM and dual SIM

11/18/2011, I think we have found a brand new multitasking champion where smartphones are concerned – this particular model from ZTE sports TD-LTE, TD-SCDMA, GSM and dual SIM support, where it is currently on parade at China Mobile’s booth at Mobile Asia...

Android website gets revamped

11/18/2011, Don’t you think it was not too long ago when Google first introduced their Android operating system, leading people to wonder whether it will ever be able to make a foothold in the industry that was dominated by the BlackBerry army as well as Nokia?...

iOS 5 bug unlocks AT&T iPhone 4S sans jailbreak

11/18/2011, If you ever wanted to unlock your iPhone 4S while you are rocking to AT&T, then you would be pleased to hear that there is a method of doing so without having to go through the hassle of jailbreaking your device. Yes sir, someone decided to take...

SwiftKey X and SwiftKey Tablet X Version 2.2

11/18/2011, SwiftKey X, developed by TouchType,  is a predictive typing app for smartphones launched a year ago on the Android Market, and the version for Android tablets, Swiftkey Tablet X, launched this summer. Swiftkey is powered by Fluency 2.0, an AI engine that...

Windows Phone 7.5 update heading towards Samsung Focus 1.4

11/17/2011, For AT&T customers who are rocking to a Samsung Focus 1.4 smartphone, here is a little bit of good news to end your week on a decent note – it seems that Windows Phone 7.5 updates will be rolling out for said smartphone, while the same update is...

Not enough iPhone 4S models to go around in the US

11/17/2011, It seems that the iPhone 4S is still a hot ticket item – but then again, that is to be expected with each new iPhone release, with US carriers not being able to obtain enough units to go around – at least, that is what The Wall Street Journal...

Motokey Launches in Canada Next week

11/17/2011, Although none of the social-phones optimized for social network usage has been a huge commercial success (yet), companies are pressing on and are trying different form-factor. The Motokey has been spotted several times in the past few weeks, but...

Analysts believe an Amazon Android smartphone is in the works

11/17/2011, We know that Amazon has several Android tablets planned. They recently released the Amazon Kindle Fire tablet and they have larger models in the works, but if Citigroup’s analysts Mark Mahaney and Kevin Chang are correct, we could be looking at a...

Google confirms Verizon’s Galaxy Nexus specs

11/17/2011, Google has released the tech specs of Verizon’s Samsung Galaxy Nexus, which confirms that the carrier will be getting the handset. If only they would just give us a date already! The tech specs tell us pretty much what we’ve come to expect and know...

Panasonic looking to offer smartphones outside of Japan

11/17/2011, When it comes to smartphones, Panasonic has quite a few pretty interesting smartphones up their sleeves, which is great news for those living in Japan. However little to no Panasonic smartphones have found their way to the US, but that may soon change as...

DocuSign Ink delivers personal electronic signatures for all

11/17/2011, Looks like your John Hancock is now undergoing a digital revolution, thanks to the good people over at DocuSign Ink, having worked out a personal electronic signature system for all in order to let you sign anything, anytime, anywhere on tablets and...

Nokia’s Windows Phone devices are getting positive responses

11/17/2011, Nokia has recently launched their Nokia Lumia 800 Windows Phone devices in markets other than the US, so how are they holding up? Well, according to Nokia’s CEO Stephen Elop, the response to these new Windows Phones from Nokia have been pretty good so...