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Irritating Wi-Fi Bug For Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Users

08/05/2010, If the latest firmware update for the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 didn’t disappoint you by not bumping the version up to Android 2.x, and leaving the device running the old Android 1.6 version, a rather irritating Wi-Fi bug probably will. The bug seems...

Motorola Droid 2 Detailed (Again) In Leaked Flyer

08/05/2010, Turns out when we were right when we joked that there seemed to be a Motorola Droid 2 leak every day. Next up in our ever-increasing folder of Motorola Droid 2 leaks is a black and white flyer that seems to be part of some documentation for internal...

Concept: Aicomobile Phone For The Visually Impaired

08/04/2010, Mobile phones for the visually impaired are always harder to design, but a Russian designer has come up with the Aicomobile, which is a design that resembles a Rubik’s Cube, and offers Braille fonts and numbers so that the blind can use to...

AT&T Sony Ericsson Vivaz receives own site

08/04/2010, While the Sony Ericsson Vivaz was approved for sale in the US by the FCC a good many months ago, we still have no word on when AT&T will make the smartphone available. Well, at least we know it is coming thanks to its own page being launched on Sony...

HTC Fiesta and Paradise starts to appear

08/04/2010, HTC is really on a roll where Android-powered phones are concerned, and this time round we have yet another previously unknown handsets from the Taiwanese company which were AT&T samples on Craigslist – and they are the HTC Fiesta and Paradise....

Dual-cell HSPA networks deployed in Canada: why are they cool?

08/04/2010, Tellus is deploying a Dual-Cell HSPA (DC-HSPA) network in Canada, and they’re getting a lot of press for it today, but what is it and why should you care? As its name hints, Dual-Cell HSPA can double the theoretical speed, but only for incoming...

Suicidal Bluetooth Headset has a strange design

08/04/2010, Now this is one design that you might want to keep out of reach of the depressed, since it comes in the form of a pistol or handgun. Of course, holding a conversation with it will require you to hold it to your head as though you were going to bid the...

Lego NXT Bluetooth remote for Android-powered devices

08/04/2010, If you are on the lookout for a Bluetooth remote for your Lego NXT kit, your search ends here. We’re talking about a Lego NXT Bluetooth remote for Android-powered devices that while accompanied by a few wrinkles, it ought to be stable enough by the...

Rollphone Concept Is Powered By AA Batteries

08/04/2010, Replacement batteries for your cell phone might not be the cheapest things around, but a Chinese designer has come up with a rather interesting cell phone design, dubbed the rollphone, that is shaped like a cylinder and is powered by your standard AA...

Nokia N8 Clone From China Runs Android 2.1

08/04/2010, While it might be really cool if Nokia’s N8 phone were to be powered by Google’s Android instead of Symbian^3, but obviously Nokia isn’t going to offer such a phone anytime soon. That being said, a Nokia N8 clone has surfaced that seems...

Retro Cell Speaker System And Charger For iPhone Is Nostalgic

08/03/2010, If you’re looking for a way to make your iPhone look retro to remind you of the good old days, you might want to check out the Speaker System & Charger for the iPhone from Retro Cells, which will make your iPhone 3G/3GS/4 look very much like...

Concept: Phone On Board Brings The Landline Phone Back

08/03/2010, With cell phones becoming more and more common, normal landline phones might seem a tad ugly in modern homes, but with the Phone On Board concept, landline phones might look trendy again, as it allows users to keep their usual pens, notes, and whatever on...

BlackBerry OS 6 is now official

08/03/2010, We all know that the Blackberry Torch (aka Bold 9800) has just been released on an official capacity, whereby it will run on the BlackBerry 6 OS in order to separate itself from the rest of the pack. Unfortunately for the older BlackBerry touchscreen...

Blackberry Torch Hands-On

08/03/2010, I just played with the Blackberry Torch, and here are my first impressions: physically, it builds on the design of the Bold 9700, so you will find similar features and the form factor is comparable, although a little thicker, due to the sliding keyboard....