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Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Goes On Sale At AT&T For $149.99

08/15/2010, You might have been waiting for it since it was introduced some time back, but if you’ve been patient, you’ll now be able to pick up the Android-powered Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 from AT&T. At $149.99 on a two-year contract, it...

MagicTalk Software To Offer Free Calls In The US And Canada

08/15/2010, Most of us have already heard of magicJack which helps us skimp on our phone bill, and now the company behind it is planning to go one further, with the introduction of magicTalk, a software that aims to eliminate costs for calling landline and cell...

HTC Bee, Spark And Lexikon Smartphone Specifications Leaked

08/13/2010, Details of three upcoming HTC smartphones have surfaced, giving us the technical specifications of the HTC Bee, Lexikon and Spark. The first two will be powered by Android 2.2 Froyo, while the HTC Spark will be a Windows Phone 7 device. According to the...

BlackBerry 9670 simulator whets your appetite

08/13/2010, The BlackBerry 9670 is not out officially just yet, but if you want to get a working glimpse of what BlackBerry OS 6 is all about, you can very well check out the 9670 simulator here. Also known as the Oxford (what next, Cambridge?), the BlackBerry 9670...

webOS 2.0 Roadrunner Device Appears In App Logs

08/12/2010, This is still very much unconfirmed at this point, so you might want to take it with a pinch of salt. A webOS developer has been going through some app log data and has recently found an entry for a device dubbed “Roadrunner” and a spot for...

Google Debuts Chrome To Phone Extension

08/12/2010, Google has released a rather cool extension for its Google Chrome browser, the Chrome to Phone extension. This extension allows the user to hit a button on the browser to instantly send the current webpage, map, YouTube video, selected phone number or...

Motorola Droid 2 torn apart, requires Artoo to fix it back

08/12/2010, Look at the mess created here – only R2-D2 can put it back all together again. What you see here is the Motorola Droid 2 that has had its innards stripped apart and laid bare for all and sundry to ogle over. It seems that the speaker is similar to...

HTC Mondrian has identity crisis with leaked images

08/12/2010, We wish that manufacturers would just come up with a single name for their upcoming device to reduce the chances of any confusion, but that is not the case with the HTC Mondrian that is otherwise known as the HTC Mozart. Bearing the honor of being one of...

Rage heads towards iPhone at 60fps, debuting at QuakeCon

08/12/2010, id Software’s John Carmack is a programming genius, and to see him take the iPhone’s gaming credibility to the next level is sheer joy. The graphical maestro as come up with an iPhone version of Rage, complete with MegaTextures and a 60...

3D gaming on the Palm Pixi looks great

08/12/2010, It might be a bit hard to believe that this is the Sprint Pixi you’re looking at, handling EA’s Need For Speed: Undercover with aplomb right after the webOS 1.4.5 update. While the frame rates will not touch the heights of those achieved over...

Naked R2-D2 Droid 2 images hit the Internet

08/12/2010, There is a Star Wars convention that is happening in Orlando, and it was discovered over there that the R2-D2 version of the recently released Droid 2 smartphone has been slated for a September 30 release, giving you slightly more than a month to persuade...

iPhone Recovery Stick Lets the Paranoid Spy on Their Spouses

08/12/2010, If you’re feeling like Bond and are afraid that your Bond-girl is having an affair with another spy, and that same Bond-girl is using an iPhone, then you can turn to your favorite spy gear by the name of the iPhone Recovery Stick to snoop on...

Android GPS Navigation X-wing Style

08/12/2010, Can’t get enough of Star Wars? You’re not the only one. Apparently Flash-developer Christopher Caleb decided to put some effort into coming up with an Adobe AIR-based app for Android, allowing you to use an authentic looking X-wing targeting...