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Acer Iconia Smart coming this September?

08/18/2011, Word on the street has it that Acer will have yet another smartphone coming your way this September, where it will come with a rather large 4.8″ display at 1,024 x 480 resolution, known as the Iconia Smart. While it has been launched officially,...

iPhone-controlled Griffin HELO TC Helicopter now available

08/17/2011, It looks like you and your kids won’t have much trouble looking for a remote-controlled helicopter toy this season. After iRemoco announced that its copters are now on sale, it looks like Griffin has decided to follow suit as well. Supposed to be...

What it’s like to buy a fake iPhone 5 in China

08/17/2011, Ever wanted to know what it’s like to purchase a Shanzai’d phone in China? Well somebody decided to catch the whole phone buying experience in Shenyang, China and uploaded it to YouTube. The phone we have in question is an “iPhone...

Leaked Blackberry OS 7.0.0340 enables NFC on the Bold 9930

08/17/2011, One of the more exciting features about the upcoming Blackberry devices is that they will be NFC enabled, which is a first for the handset manufacturer. Unfortunately it has been reported that carriers such as AT&T are considering disabling NFC in the...

Energizer iSurge Travel Charging Station

08/17/2011, Looking for a surge protector for your devices that will also allow you to charge your iPhone or other USB chargeable devices at the same time? Look no further as Energizer has unveiled their new iSurge Travel Charging Station for the iPod, iPad, iPhone...

Skype WiFi for iOS released

08/17/2011, Skype has just released the iOS of their Skype WiFi, which was previously only available on the computer. For those unfamiliar with that feature of Skype, it basically allows you to hook onto third party WiFi connections that would normally require you to...

Firefox for Android updated

08/17/2011, While Mozilla has been praised for creating one of the most popular web browsers for desktop computers, it hasn’t been doing too well on the mobile front, with many critics and users unhappy with the Firefox browser for Android. The app was said to...

HTC trademarks Enamor and Rhyme

08/17/2011, Looking forward to the 6-8 new HTC devices that HTC has said they will be launching by the end of the year? Well it appears that HTC has trademarked two new names that we have not heard before, the Enamor and Rhyme.

Symbian Anna download leaked to N8 owners

08/17/2011, If you happen to own a Nokia N8, then you might be interested to know that Symbian Anna (which incidentally, has yet to be released), has already leaked out for the Nokia N8 – albeit for a while. Of course, those who have installed this particular...

Verizon’s Motorola Droid HD and Droid Bionic spotted in photos

08/17/2011, The Motorola Droid HD (that you can see on the right in the image above) has “upgraded” it status from being a rumor to hit the reality category, as you can see in the image above courtesy of Engadget. Seen right next to the Droid Bionic from...

AT&T LG Thrill 4G delayed again

08/17/2011, Looking forward to getting your hands on the LG Thrill 4G? We’ve got some bad news for you – the phone’s release has been delayed – again. Originally scheduled to arrive this weekend on August 21st, the release date of the Android smartphone...

T-Mobile BlackBerry Bold 9900 confirmed

08/17/2011, T-Mobile has confirmed that they will be offering the BlackBerry Bold 9900 that will run on the latest BlackBerry 7 OS version, hitting stores at the end of August. We are left scratching our heads as to why the BlackBerry Bold 9900 costs significantly...