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Nokia N5 makes it past the FCC

07/21/2011, Is Symbian as an operating system dead? While its popularity has definitely waned over the years, that does not mean phones shun Symbian entirely as Nokia shows with their N5 that has just gone through the rigors of the FCC to gain an approval. Known by...

Samsung Nexus S arrives at Best Buy

07/21/2011, While the Samsung Nexus S isn’t the newest phone on the block, that doesn’t mean it is a slouch. No sir, it is still very capable, and if Google were to release a new operating system update, you can bet your bottom dollar that the Nexus S...

Battle Realms game coming to iOS and Android in 2012

07/21/2011, Does anyone remember playing the RTS game Battle Realms, created by Liquid Entertainment some ten years ago? If you do, it seems that the company will be taking the Battle Realms game and bringing it to iOS and Android devices sometime in 2012. The bad...

Pantech announces the new MIRACH IS11PT smartphone

07/21/2011, Usually when it comes to handsets that have been created specifically to withstand varying levels of abuse, they generally do not look very pleasing to the eye. Then again we’re guessing users who buy them for its protective features probably don’t...

Nokia N950 unboxed by kids

07/21/2011, If you were a MeeGo developer and you just got your hands on a brand new Nokia N950 developer phone, I’m pretty the last thing most of you would do is give the phone to your kid to tear it open for you. Not the folks over at Ireland’s Technology...

Bada 2.0 ROM leaked for Samsung Wave II

07/21/2011, Chances are if you live in the US, Samsung’s Bada platform is probably not the most well-known, or the most loved. In fact in terms of smartphone market share, the platforms listed are Android, iOS, Windows Phone 7, RIM, webOS and Symbian, with Bada...

Handmade iPod/iphone speaker dock

07/21/2011, If you’re looking to get yourself a pair of speakers that look different from your typical tower/rectangular shaped speakers, then this iPod and iPhone speaker that’s pictured above might do the trick.

Google Maps for Android has more 3D buildings

07/21/2011, Great news for Google Maps for Android users – Google has just announced the inclusion of 3D buildings for 18 new locations around the world. In case you forgot, last December Google pushed out an update for its Android Maps app that let users view...

Dell Venue Pro firmware update solves Wi-Fi issues

07/21/2011, Own a Dell Venue Pro? Well, you could be on T-Mobile or AT&T with this Windows Phone 7-powered smartphone, but just for today, we bring you good news to the former group as a firmware update for the Venue Pro is on schedule, with Dell’s Lionel...

T-Mobile HTC Wildfire S to ship with Gingerbread?

07/20/2011, T-Mobile’s upcoming Wildfire S has been spotted in the past, where some folks called it the HTC Marvel. Since it has already passed the FCC earlier this month, it makes perfect sense that this smartphone is really close to a commercial release...

Nokia makes a mobile man from recycled phones

07/20/2011, What do you do with phones that don’t work anymore? You usually leave them in a drawer somewhere, throw them away or recycle them. While not all of us are tree huggers by nature, Nokia is trying its best to encourage green behavior – by rewarding...