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Apple overtakes Motorola to be largest US phone maker

04/29/2010, If you were to tell someone 10 years ago that Apple would usurp Motorola as the top US phone maker, that person would probably have placed you in a straightjacket. Fast forward a decade and this seemingly impossible scenario has come true, with Apple...

LG GW990 Will Stay A Concept Device

04/29/2010, LG’s GW990 was a cool device that was on show at CES and was dubbed by Intel as the first production Atom-based phone that would be using a version of Moorestown, a system-on-a-chip version small and efficient enough to run on a smartphone. Turns...

Nokia X2 Music Phone Goes Official

04/29/2010, Nokia’s X-series mobile phones are hip looking music phones, and the X2 is a budget phone that still manages to fit into that category. The phone maintains the tried and tested candybar design and shouldn’t break the bank at €85($112)...

Skyfire 2.0 For Android Is Here

04/29/2010, Web browsers are more or less our window to the Internet, so it’s obvious that they’re important when it comes to the Internet. Skyfire is looking to improve the lives of Android users by introducing Skyfire 2.0 for Android. The new version...

McAfee Offers Anti-malware Solution For Android In Korea

04/29/2010, Looks like there is some good news for McAfee, despite the recent boo boo, the security company has announced the availability of its McAfee VirusScan Mobile technology for Google’s Android platform. The strange thing is that it’s currently...

Could The BlackBerry 9670 Be A Verizon Wireless Exclusive Device?

04/29/2010, This is still very much in the rumor bin, but word is going around that the upcoming BlackBerry 9670 clamshell device might be a Verizon exclusive. According to the rumor, Verizon asked RIM to build such a device, according to their specifications, which...

Motorola Considering Entering The Tablet Market?

04/29/2010, In a recent discussion, Motorola Co-CEO Sanjay Jha has confirmed that the cell phone giant is very engaged in the tablet arena and is still intimately involved in said market, causing speculation that Motorola would be interested in coming up with its own...

HTC Droid Incredible Sold Out On Verizon Wireless’ Online Store

04/29/2010, The build up to the official launch of the HTC DROID Incredible certainly did wonders to promote this phone, and when the phone debuted early this morning on Verizon Wireless’ website, it was sold out within two hours. Of course, we have no idea how...

LG Innotek to supply iPhone 4G with 5-megapixel camera sensors

04/29/2010, LG Innotek is the supplier behind the 5-megapixel camera sensor that will see action in the upcoming iPhone 4G that is touted to ship later this spring. According to The Chosun, LG Innotek will begin “producing the sophisticated cameras at its plant...

Vodafone 247 Phone Is Solar Powered

04/29/2010, Vodafone UK subscribers might be more worried about the lack of Nexus One units to go around, but if you’re looking for something special in the bargain bin, it’s certainly worth taking note that the Vodafone 247 has been unveiled as well, hot...

Google Offers New Image Search For Android And iPhone

04/29/2010, Google is really focusing on the mobile market nowadays and the search engine giant has just announced that it has improved its image search for the iPhone and Android devices. The redesign of Google Image Search for mobile is currently available for...

Shanzai iPhone 4G clone

04/29/2010, The iPhone 4G isn’t even out yet, but the folks at Shanzai are ahead of even Apple themselves with a brand new iPhone 4G clone. This handset copies the design but don’t expect its innards and software to hold a candle to what Cupertino is able...