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Samsung Galaxy S II appears on the FCC

03/14/2011, The folks over at the FCC have taken a look at the recently unveiled Samsung Galaxy S II, where it is also better known as the GT-I9100 for those who are more keen on model numbers than names. Picking up FCC approval for GSM 850 and 1900 bands, WCDMA...

HTC Incredible S spotted in the wild

03/11/2011, The HTC Incredible S was first shown off to the world at the Mobile World Congress last month and was scheduled for a Q2 release this year. The FCC recently took a gander at the device, and now images of the device in the wild have surfaced leading to the...

AT&T confirms that 4G upload speeds are slow due to testing

03/11/2011, Not too long ago, we reported about AT&T throttling the upload speeds of their 4G devices. Some investigation has been done, and AT&T has come clean about the situation. Apparently the carrier wasn’t “throttling” the upload...

WiFi hotspot function coming to BlackBerry OS 6.1

03/11/2011, According to reports online, one of the most-requested features of the BlackBerry OS, mobile hotspot tethering will become a native feature in the next version of the BlackBerry OS. Some leaked slides of the upcoming update to BlackBerry OS have surfaced...

T-Mobile to release LG Optimus 2X as G2X?

03/11/2011, According to speculations online, the LG Optimus 2X will be making its way over to this side of the world – and will be sold by carrier, T-Mobile and will be rebranded as the G2X. And that’s not the biggest part of the news. Apparently T-Mobile...

The iPhone Steering Wheel Speaker helps you turn in racing games

03/11/2011, If you’re a fan of driving games on the iPhone, this piece of hardware might pique your interest. Called the iPhone Steering Wheel Speaker, this gadget is similar to the Wii’s steering wheel wiimote where you get a steering wheel with an...

Xperia Play gets a release date and price in the UK

03/11/2011, Sony Ericsson’s Xperia Play was officially launched too long ago, and we didn’t have any confirmed pricing details or dates previously until today. The Sony Ericsson PlayStation will be going on sale in the UK on March 31, for $800 (£500)...

T-Mobile HSPA+ available in 5 new markets

03/11/2011, Great news for folks looking to hop onto T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network – T-Mobile has just announced the addition of 5 new markets to join “America’s Largest 4G Network”. The 5 new locations that can now access their 21Mbps network...

Windows Phone 7 Yahoo! Mail bug fixed

03/11/2011, Awhile ago, it was reported that Yahoo! Mail was causing Windows Phone 7 devices to unnecessarily use data even when the phone was idle, leading to enormous data consumption from the device. Well it appears that the latest version of Yahoo! Mail has fixed...

Tegra 2 phones confirmed to support the Sony PlayStation Suite

03/11/2011, PlayStation Suite arriving on NVIDIA Tegra 2 phones. According to an announcement on the NVIDIA Tegra Zone news portal, Sony will be bringing their PlayStation Suite to Tegra 2 phones later this year. The PlayStation Suite is an app store that will sell...

iPhone 5 engineering diagrams surface

03/11/2011, If the latest leaks turn out to be true, the iPhone 5 will look pretty much just like the iPhone 4. The folks over at iDeaslChina have leaked online what is supposed to be engineering diagrams for the iPhone 5. The engineering diagrams are images sent to...

LookTel Money Reader helps the visually impaired count their money

03/10/2011, A company called LookTel has come up with an app that will help visually impaired folks with their everyday lives. Called Money Reader, this app makes use of the iPhone’s camera to recognize any US bill held in front of the screen and announces in a...

Sprint Kyocera Echo Android phone passes the FCC

03/10/2011, It’s been some time since the Kyocera Echo was announced by Sprint, and according to the reports, the dual-screen Android smartphone has made its way through the offices of the FCC. This can only be a good sign and might mean that it won’t be...