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Sprint Epic 4G Update Arrives To Solve 3G Upload Speed Issues

09/30/2010, As expected, Sprint has announced a maintenance-release update for the Samsung Epic 4G, an update that is touted to address the slow upload speeds experienced by the mobile phone. The software will be automatically downloaded to Epic 4G phones, so...

Evri Content Discovery Launches EvriThing on iPhone and Android

09/30/2010, [Mobilize 2010] Evri, the real-time content discovery engine is launching five new vertical content aggregation applications on iPhone and Android. Powered by Evri’s semantic technology, the “EvriThing” applications offers real-time news...

HTC PD26110 At The FCC Is The HTC Spark?

09/30/2010, Pictures of the upcoming HTC Spark are just fresh out of the oven and the device has already paid a visit to the FCC. The device is listed as the PD26110 and not explicitly referred to as the Spark, but speculation is going around that the two devices are...

Which Android browser is the fastest?

09/30/2010, Since Android is an open platform, it makes perfect sense to have a plethora of browsers available on it. This has resulted in the Android Market carrying a fair number of Web browsers, where each of them has their own strengths as well as individual set...

Yet another HTC Spark leak in the wild

09/30/2010, What could probably have been mistaken as the HTC Mondrian could very well be the HTC Spark, a spanking new Windows Phone 7 handset that is set to land on our shores in the near future. It seems that HTC Hub is ready and raring to go, but otherwise...

iPhone 3GS gets High Dynamic Range capability

09/30/2010, The iPhone 3GS might be feeling all blue and lonely simply because of the iPhone 4’s release some time back in the US (with other countries getting this phone shortly after), but there appears to be a new lease of life for it – in the form of...

Samsung Promises Several Windows Phone 7 Devices

09/30/2010, Considering the number of times we’ve caught sight of leaked Windows Phone 7-powered Samsung devices, it’s quite obvious that Samsung has a WP7 device in the pipeline. That being said, it was never officially confirmed, until now, as Simon...

Verizon Wireless Launches Phone Trade-in Service

09/30/2010, If you can’t decide what to do with your old phone that you want to get rid of, you might be interested to know that Verizon has launched a trade-in program that will allow you to trade your old phone for a Verizon gift card. You just have to visit...

Verizon Wireless LTE Test Speeds Appear?

09/30/2010, Screenshots of what are speculated to be speed tests of Verizon’s upcoming 4G LTE network have surfaced. While there isn’t any official confirmation, the IP addresses appear to be owned by Verizon and show transfer speeds of almost 13 Mbps...

EXCLUSIVE: Tango, Cross-Platform Mobile Video Calling Over 3G

09/30/2010,   When the entrepreneurs behind Tango, a mobile video-calling startup, founded their company a year ago, there wasn’t any competition to speak of. Based in Palo Alto, Calif., five miles from Stanford’s campus, Tango’s 17 engineers...

Photos: Nokia N8 Begins To Ship

09/30/2010, Considering how the Nokia N8 is a big deal for the mobile phone giant, it’s no surprise that there was quite a bit of disappointment going around when it was announced that the phone would be slightly delayed a short while ago. The good news is that...

Virgin Mobile to offer Samsung Intercept

09/30/2010, The Samsung Intercept which will be made available via Virgin Mobile (which is incidentally, the first Android device from Virgin Mobile), although we do not yet know when or how much the Intercept is going for. Well, it has already started to make an...