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Nokia N900 Can Run Unmodified webOS Games

10/25/2010, Some interesting benefits have surfaced due to the similar methods of developing native Linux apps by Palm and Nokia, namely SDL 1.2. Taking into account the hardware similarities between the Palm Pre and the N900 (OMAP3430, PowerVR SGX, and OpenGL ES 2.0...

Dell Venue Pro to arrive on T-Mobile, to sport Android option too

10/25/2010, Word on the street has it that Dell’s upcoming Windows Phone 7 smartphone will be arriving on T-Mobile, where it will also feature an Android-powered version as well. For the uninitiated, the Dell Venue Pro comes with a sliding design with full...

iOS 4.1 bug bypasses lock screen to make phone calls

10/25/2010, Hmmm, Apple iPhone 4 owners won’t be too pleased with news of an iOS 4.1 bug on the iPhone which will allow users to skip the device’s lock screen entirely to make phone calls. Pressing a locked iPhone’s “Emergency Call”...

Slick UI offers replacement for Android interface

10/25/2010, The Slick UI surely lives up to its namesake, looking slick as all get out as it takes some of HTC’s Sense features while retaining a sense of originality. One of the more notable features of Slick UI would be the rather large circle located right...

Windows Phone Connector for Mac is now available

10/25/2010, We previously covered the confirmation of the Windows Phone Connector for Mac application, and good news for the handful of Windows Phone 7 owners out there at the moment – said application is now ready to rock and roll, allowing you to to...

Palm Pre 2 official ad comes on

10/25/2010, If you’re a die hard Palm fan and cannot believe your eyes that Palm’s line of Pre devices aren’t exactly burning up the sales charts, fret not. The webOS 2.0-powered Palm Pre 2 has just had its official advertisement released, otherwise...

Sprint Releases Galaxy Tab Pricing Information

10/25/2010, Sprint today has announced the Samsung Galaxy Tab pricing plan, which will cost $399 with a two year contract. The data-only U.S. version of Samsung’s Android tablet will be available beginning November 14th and will be available with the following...

The Motorola StarTAC Is Back In Yellow

10/25/2010, We previously mentioned that you could pick up a low-feature phone just to remind you of the good old days, but what if you want something that’s authentic? French company Lekki is offering an interesting proposition as every month a vintage phone...

iPhone 6 Concept Design

10/25/2010, While everybody is busy speculating about the CDMA iPhone and iPhone 5 a designer out there has already taken the time to come up with a concept design for the iPhone 6. The iPhone 6 design that is presented still maintains the single-button simplicity of...

LG Android Phone For Verizon Sports LTE

10/25/2010, A picture of what will apparently be a future high-end LG Android phone for Verizon has surfaced. Specific details on the phone weren’t mentioned but detective work on the picture shows that there is a LTE logo nearby the lower half of the back...

John’s Phone: Back To The Past

10/24/2010, Are mobile phones getting a little too high-tech for you? Perhaps you yearn for the good old days where you didn’t know what “Twitter” and “Foursquare” meant. If that’s the case, perhaps you’re looking for...

Android 2.3 could be Gingerbread

10/22/2010, Could Google be leaving trails to the wrong place all this while? We thought that Gingerbread would be Android 3.0, but it seems that another version has cropped up recently – and we’re referring to a more realistic Android 2.3. The image...