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Google Nexus One handles Quake III with aplomb

05/10/2010, We’ve seen Quake II run on HTML5 with pretty decent results, as well as Quake III being played on a Motorola Droid before, but how about id Software’s Quake III making its way on the Google Nexus One sans keyboard alongside a much faster...

Lenovo LePhone Unboxed In China

05/10/2010, Wondering what you’d get if you managed to pick up the Android-powered Lenovo LePhone, but don’t want to travel to China just to find out? Thanks to the power of the Internet, we have someone who has managed to get hold of a unit, and posted...

Samsung Seek M350 QWERTY Phone Goes Official On Sprint

05/10/2010, You’ve probably already got some idea of what the Samsung Seek M350 is like, since information on this device was leaked a week or so ago. Now the device has gone official on Sprint. The good news is that this phone won’t be breaking the bank...

HTC HD2 handles Tekken 3 as well as other games with aplomb

05/10/2010, Who would have thought that the HTC HD2 is more than a decent gaming machine? Well, it might have been overlooked by Microsoft when it comes to Windows Phone 7 upgrades, but the HTC HD2 is one mean gaming machine, running Tekken 3, Street Fighter Alpha 3,...

Indian Students Develop Helmet That Can Charge Mobile Devices

05/10/2010, Eco technology seems to be the latest craze, and now two engineering students from a university in India have developed a helmet that can double up as a cell phone charger. The helmet is a result of their work for the university’s “green...

Play Donkey Kong On Your Nexus One With A Wiimote

05/10/2010, Can’t get enough of all the funny hacks that go on with Android-powered devices? If you’re a Donkey Kong fan, you’ll be overjoyed to see that the Wii Controller Demo app (also known as the Wii Controller IME) allows you to play Donkey...

Motorola’s 3D Phone Renamed From The MT820 To The MT810

05/10/2010, The Motorola MING/MT820 seems to be in the mood for name changes. After going from being called the MING to the MT820, it’s now been renamed as the MT810, a whole “ten points’ less than the previous name. Details on this phone are still...

Shanshui P72 is a phone that runs on Windows XP

05/07/2010, Hmmm, cellphones tend to come with much slower hardware which makes running a full fledged desktop operating system a pretty challenging task, but that has not stopped the Chinese boffins from coming up with the Shanshui P72 model that runs on Windows XP....

FCC approves HTC EVO 4G

05/07/2010, The folks over at the FCC have finally taken a look at the HTC EVO 4G, and they have given it their collective nod of approval. Also known as the HTC model PC36100 when undergoing scrutiny, the EVO 4G will run WiMAX on both Sprint’s and...

Nokia Sues Apple Again, Claiming The iPad 3G Infringes 5 Patents

05/07/2010, Nokia and Apple should be quite familiar when it comes to filing lawsuits against each other, and now the Finnish phone giant has just filed another patent lawsuit against Apple, this time alleging that the iPad 3G and iPhone infringe on five patents that...

AT&T Palm Pre Plus and 3G MicroCell hits the US this May 16th

05/07/2010, AT&T customers will be pleased to know that the Palm Pre Plus and 3G MicroCell will be made available to subscribers from May 16th onwards. Unfortunately, there is no word of a free 3G mobile hotspot capability similar to that offered by Verizon, but...

Titanium projector phone

05/06/2010, Check out the Titanium projector phone that won’t be coming to a wireless carrier near you, simply because this is a cheap handset from the many factories in China that churns out such phones. Why do we cover it at all then? Well, we find it to be...

Samsung Bada Public SDK is now available

05/06/2010, Looks like Samsung has just gone public with their Bada SDK, making it available to the masses so that home enthusiasts as well as hobbyists will be able to churn out their very own widgets and apps. Of course, this will be a success if more and more...

Tagwhat service enables augmented reality on Android smartphones

05/06/2010, The Tagwhat service will take social networking capabilities of an Android-powered smartphone to wrap it up into an augmented reality browser. This would end up with you enjoying a network of location tags which can be shared among friends, letting them...