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Verizon Refunding $90M In Data Charges To Customers

10/03/2010, Verizon has released a statement confirming that it will be refunding a juicy $90 million to customers who were erroneously billed over the last few years. Apparently a good 15 million users were wrongly charged for Internet usage and the carrier will be...

HTC HD7 Leaked With Dolby Mobile Sound Spec

10/03/2010, We know that Windows Phone 7 devices should be arriving pretty soon, and now some additional details have surfaced, thanks to a tip from O2 Germany. A picture of the HTC HD7/HD3 has surfaced, pictured next to a Galaxy S, and there are also additional...

Samsung Captivate Gets Unofficial Android 2.2 Froyo Firmware

10/02/2010, Samsung Captivate owners might be itching to get hold of the Android 2.2 update for their device, and while AT&T hasn’t released the official update just yet, an unofficial Android 2.2 build for the Captivate has surfaced, and it seems to be...

Motorola Milestone Ferrari Edition Pictured

10/02/2010, The Motorola Milestone (Motorola Droid) might not be the coolest phone on the block anymore, but the folks over at Boy Genius have sighted a Ferrari-branded version of the phone, clad in Ferrari red. The device has apparently been produced in limited...

AT&T, T-Mobile To Offer Cellular Service In NY Subway Stations

10/02/2010, If you’ve been encountering cell phone signal issues in the New York City subways, a solution might be on the way as Transit Wireless has reached deals with AT&T and T-Mobile to provide cell phone access at subway stations. Both carriers have...

BlindType Has Been Acquired By Google

10/02/2010, You might remember the BlindType virtual keyboard when it was demonstrated a while back, and it seems that Google has been impressed by it, as the search engine giant has snapped up the startup company, though terms of the deal were not disclosed. The...

HTC Merge/Lexikon Gets A Brief Hands-on

10/02/2010, We’ve been getting little tidbits of the HTC Merge/Lexikon before this, and now someone has actually managed to get their hands on the phone, giving us a good idea of what to expect from this phone when it’s released. The good news is that if...

Apple Shuts Flagship Beijing Store As iPhone Shoppers Run Amok

10/01/2010, Apple stores over in China were having a rather tough day as crowds flocked to the stores on the announcement that Apple removed the sales limit on the iPhone 4. The device was previously limited to two per customer, but with unlimited units of the...

HTC Merge/Lexikon User Manual Surfaces, Confirms Bing Integration

10/01/2010, The user guide of the upcoming HTC Merge/Lexikon has surfaced and it gives us a little additional information on this device. From the user guide, we know that it’s a global phone, sports a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, and will be running Android 2.2...

Panasonic to unveil Lumix branded phone next week at CEATEC

10/01/2010, CEATEC 2010 will be the platform where Panasonic rolls out a spanking new Lumix-branded phone. As to whether it will fall under the smartphone category or not, it remains to be seen, but what we know would be this much – you can’t veer too far...

Motorola Ciena to arrive on Verizon Wireless

10/01/2010, Verizon Wireless will be carrying the Motorola Ciena, where it used to be called the Citrus. While it isn’t exactly one of the higher tier handsets, it goes to prove that something which resides on the low end side of things can still run Android...