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More BlackBerry 9670 And BlackBerry Atlas Pictures Surface

04/27/2010, By now you’ve probably heard of the BlackBerry Bold 9670 and the Atlas, and now the folks over at CrackBerry have managed to dig up a few more pictures of these devices, showing them from various angles. The clamshell form factor 9670 also seems to...

LG eXpo gets custom ROM for Windows Mobile 6.5.3

04/27/2010, The LG eXpo will be getting a custom ROM for Windows Mobile 6.5.3, at least for users in the US market. According to folks who have tried it, this custom ROM will run the latest 23563 build of Windows Mobile, with the plus point of removing irritating...

Android phones to get NFC

04/27/2010, Android-powered smartphones will soon be able to engage the power of Near Field Communication (NFC) technology. Just what is NFC? Well, it is a short-range high-frequency wireless communication technology which lets devices exchange data between them, for...

Motorola relies on Skyhook Wireless now

04/27/2010, Motorola has decided to ditch Google’s Android location services with Skyhook Wireless instead, a company that hails from Boston, MA. This could be due to the less than accurate positioning data that plagued Google’s integrated system, making...

T-Mobile Drops Overage Charges On 5GB webConnect Plans

04/26/2010, Folks who are using T-Mobile webConnect devices should be happy to hear that T-Mobile USA has announced that it will no longer charges customers overage fees if they exceed the monthly 5GB data limit. Instead of charging you overage fees, the data speeds...

Samsung Exec arrives on US Cellular

04/26/2010, The Samsung Exec, also known as the SCH-i225, is now available for U.S. Cellular subscribers who want something decent and yet affordable. The Exec will throw in the functionality of a smartphone without bulking up the form factor, running on Windows...

Nokia Ovi movies on demand arriving this year

04/26/2010, Nokia’s Ovi Movies service is tipped to roll out sometime this September in conjunction with the Nokia N8 which has just just received FCC approval. Of course, those living Stateside might have to wait a little bit longer to enjoy the Nokia N8 since...

Android 2.2 ready to hit the market this May

04/26/2010, Android 2.2, also known as Froyo, is set to hit the markets this May with the Google Nexus One (now available on Vodafone UK) could very well be the first smartphone from the Nexus One range to feature this new firmware. What do you think – does...

Motorola MING smartphone updated as MT820

04/26/2010, The Motorola MING smartphone seems to have gotten an update, where it is now known as the MT820 according to the latest photos uploaded to a Chinese site. These photos seem to tout a different case design as well as button arrangement, but we do know it...

FCC approves Nokia N8

04/26/2010, While initial impressions of the Nokia N8 doesn’t seem to be too impressive, that has not stopped Nokia from gaining FCC approval. The AWS 3G version of the Nokia N8 is also known by its internal code, RM-596, and will be made available via T-Mobile...

BlackBerry OS 6.0 Coming This Summer

04/26/2010, RIM’s Mike Lazaridis has today offered some teasing information on the upcoming BlackBerry OS 6.0. He has promised that the OS will work better with touchscreen devices while maintaining support for trackpad devices. The WebKit-based browser will...

RIM To Roll Out BlackBerry Concierge Service

04/26/2010, When you talk about a mobile phone’s concierge service, most folk would think of Vertu’s concierge service, but now it seems that the folks over at RIM are planning to roll out the BlackBerry Concierge service. The service supposedly allows...

Yahoo! services on Samsung handsets

04/26/2010, Yahoo! has teamed up with Samsung to bring Yahoo! services to upcoming Samsung cellphones, regardless of whether they are powered by Android or Bada operating systems. From May onwards, selected Samsung phones will boast pre-loaded services including...

Google could have scrapped Nexus One for Verizon

04/26/2010, Google recently announced that they won’t be making any more improvements for the smartphone, and has also discreetly made it known that Verizon Wireless won’t be offering the Nexus One anymore by dropping any mention of it on their Nexus One...