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Google talks to Verizon Wireless

10/30/2007, Google and Verizon Wireless are currently discussing the possibility of introducing handsets to the market via the latter which run on Google’s very own operating system software and applications, and a formal announcement concerning Google’s...

iPhone given retro touch

10/29/2007, Mark certainly aims to think different by modifying his iPhone – here’s what he has to say about it. At least I’ve now got a phone which most definately is mine. In the two weeks I used it before this project I never ever got the feeling...

Nokia N96 rumor

10/29/2007, Somebody must have taken the trouble to conjure the Nokia N96 concept out of his/her imagination, and here are the supposed specifications. You get a WCDMA 2100 850/900/1800/1900MHz handset with HSDPA connectivity, 10GB of internal memory (yeah, right), a...

Digitrad’s Stand4U: Grand Central for businesses

10/29/2007, I got a demo of the new Digitrad unified communication platform Stand4U from Micha Benoliel, CEO. The service is like Grand Central, but for enterprise. Digitrad makes it possible for companies of any size to set up a VoIP, interactive voice response, and...

Opera Widgets on KDDI handsets

10/29/2007, KDDI of Japan has just announced that Opera Widgets will be available on the Toshiba W56T, Sony Ericsson W54S and Sanyo W54SA this December. The widget has been dubbed “au one Gadget” by KDDI and aims to provide instant access to various...

Sprint Will Unlock

10/26/2007, Sprint agrees to unlock its phones for California customers to settle a class-action lawsuit, but being a CDMA carrier, Sprint does not have a SIM card that user can pop in and out. Sprint customers could theoretically use their phones on similar networks...

Moshi Monster Mopods

10/25/2007, The Moshi Monster Mopods are interesting phone charms to have, flashing and spinning wildly whenever it detects an incoming call or text message. Looking cute and alerting you isn’t the limit of its functionality, as each Moshi Monster is equipped...

i-mate 9502 Hands-On

10/24/2007, The device is bigger than a Blackjack (review), even with the extended battery, but not to the point that I would dismiss it as my everyday phone. It is more attractive than any sliding-keyboard smartphones out there. The 9502 feels solid, especially...

LG Voyager Hands-On

10/24/2007, We have published before about the LG Voyager, but there’s nothing like having some time with the device. The voyager is an interesting device that combines an external touch screen display with a second internal screen and a full-qwerty keyboard....

Motorola RAZR2 Luxury Edition Hands-On

10/24/2007, If you are going to use a “regular” phone, why not get one that has a lot of style? This phone reminds us of our retired RAZR Dolce & Gabbana, but shinier – and “shiny is good”. We like how the RAZR2 Luxury Edition felt...

HTC Advantage Hands-On: Disappointing

10/24/2007, When HTC announced the Advantage, it created a lot of excitement around the idea of having a portable email device with a bigger keyboard. Unfortunately, I have to say that the reality doesn’t live up to the hype. After using it, my...

Samsung Blackjack 2 Hands-On

10/23/2007, Being long-time Blackjack users (read our Blackjack review), we had to play with the BlackJack 2. Let me tell you that it is a sexy phone. Samsung evolved its previous thin design by making it look classier, thanks to a new coating. I especially like the...

i-mate to Introduce a “Foleo” for The Ultimate Series

10/23/2007, i-mate plans to create a “shell” that would feature a 1024×768 display (7 inch?), a keyboard and a battery that can last (up to) 80 hours, turning the Ultimate smart phones into a comfortably sized PDA powerful enough to do serious...

i-mate Ultimate 9502 Announced

10/23/2007, This is i-mate’s “star of the show”, and we can promise that enthusiasts are going to love the specs: Windows Mobile 6 Pro 3.5G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0 Integrated GPS Dual-camera (3 Megapixel in the back) 2.8” VGA (640×480)...