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Windows Phone 7 to bring bunch of interesting apps with it

09/16/2010, The impending release of the Windows Phone 7 operating system for mobile devices will also bring along with it some rather handy applications including Twitter, Netflix, Flixster, OpenTable and Travelocity. Apparently, the folks behind those software...

Motorola Acquires Aloqa To Get Location Services For MOTOBLUR

09/16/2010, Motorola has announced its acquisition of Aloqa, a privately held company that develops software that allows users to receive information about nearby events and bargains. Following the acquisition, Aloqa will be integrated into Motorola Mobility, the...

HTC Desire Z And Desire HD Pricing Revealed By Retailers?

09/16/2010, The HTC Desire Z and Desire HD are only fresh out of the oven and online retailers have begun to list the pricing of the device. While the original press release didn’t give us a price, we have managed to dig up various prices for these devices....

Rare Nokia Star Trek Communicator stays as a prototype

09/16/2010, Trekkies would definitely love to have a Communicator in their hands, living out the intergalactic lifestyle. Well, Nokia did come up with a Nokia Star Trek Communicator some time ago, but too bad for the masses, this has remained a prototype with no...

Verizon To Launch LTE In 30 NFL Cities Before 2011

09/16/2010, Reports are going around that a Verizon senior federal sales executive has told executive IT managers that the carrier is planning to launch its LTE service in 30 “NFL cities” by the end of 2010. Specific cities weren’t mentioned, so...

Samsung Xcover 271 rugged handset to hit Swedish streets

09/16/2010, If you stay in a country like Sweden, it might be one of the best countries to live in but the lack of sunlight and warmth throughout the year might just make you more depressed than usual, hence leading to a higher percentage of throwing your phone...

Nokia Developing 3D Rival To Google Street View

09/16/2010, Nokia and its mapping division Navteq are busy developing a rival to Google’s Street View, a service that will apparently offer full 3D computer models of villages, towns and cities. According to them, while Google’s Street View provides...

T-Mobile Leaked Accessory Sheet Reveals Upcoming Phones

09/16/2010, A leaked T-Mobile document has surfaced, giving us a whole bunch of names of some upcoming devices. The list specifically lists the accessories for the devices, but the names are all there for us to see. The list includes the HTC HD7, Comet, Dell Claire,...

Russia Is Developing Its Own Dual-screen 4G Smartphone

09/16/2010, A video exchange between the Russian President Dmitri Medvedev and state technology official Sergei Chemezov has surfaced, apparently discussing the country’s first ever domestically-developed 4G phone. If you check out the video (after the jump),...

Sprint Launches 4G Service In Nashville, Tennessee

09/16/2010, Sprint has taken another significant step to advancing the coverage of its 4G WiMAX network with the announcement that Nashville, Tennessee has been added to the many cities that now offer Sprint’s speedy 4G connection. With that in mind, if...

Motorola Grasp arrives via US Cellular

09/15/2010, The Motorola Grasp which was announced a few months earlier (July, to be exact) is now available Stateside via US Cellular, where it will target those who have a heart for the environment. After all, this eco-friendly handset will feature a fully...

Rumor: LG Making A WP7 WiMAX Device For Sprint?

09/15/2010, Word is out that a Windows Phone 7-powered LG phone will be hitting Sprint’s 4G network and will be the first non-Android phone to run on Sprint’s WiMAX network. It wasn’t explicitly mentioned which phone this could be, but based on...

Verizon Mobile Recovery Service To Launch Tomorrow?

09/15/2010, Whispers are going around that Verizon will be launching a new service dubbed “Mobile Recovery” for smartphones tomorrow. The service will be a free add-on for customers who subscribe to a Total Equipment Coverage (TEC) plan and are running an...

Sprint offers BlackBerry Curve 3G

09/15/2010, Just a day after Verizon Wireless released the BlackBerry Curve 3G, today we have Sprint rolling out the same 9330 model as well to provide would-be subscribers with more options. Available from September 26th onwards, the BlackBerry Curve 3G can be...