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Samsung Galaxy S Sports The Fastest GPU In Android Phones

03/27/2010, It’s surprising that it wasn’t trumpeted around more when the Samsung Galaxy S was officially unveiled, but as it is, the Samsung Galaxy S is probably the device with the fastest GPU in an Android phone to date. The Hummingbird A8 chip on the...

Nokia Denies Rumors That Comes With Music Has Been Rebranded

03/26/2010, After a recent change in Nokia’s Indian website that showed its music offering branded as Ovi Music Unlimited, instead of the usual Comes With Music, speculation started that the cell phone giant was rebranding its Comes With Music service. Now it...

Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro hitting the UK next month

03/26/2010, The Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro which we saw at MWC 2010 earlier this year will be making its way to the UK later next month for £339.99 a pop unlocked – shipping from April 30th onwards which is just before the Xperia X10 Mini models make their...

iGallery transforms BlackBerry into digital photo frame

03/26/2010, Who would have thought that a regular BlackBerry could be turned into something fun, like a digital photo frame? That’s what the iGallery software does – it will allow you to carry your favorite downsized photos with you wherever you go,...

Google Nexus One ID Credit Card Case

03/26/2010, Have mobile phones become more important than our wallets? If they haven’t, they’re certainly moving in that direction, and the Case-Mate Google Nexus One ID Credit Card Case serves to remind us of that point. Why use cash when you can use a...

Nexus One display resolution not really 800 x 480?

03/26/2010, The folks at Ars Technica has certainly something that might bug all Nexus One owners – they have come up with an explanation on why the Nexus One with its AMOLED display still has reports from users that complain about blurry text rendering. This...

PayPal Bump Feature Coming To Android And BlackBerry

03/26/2010, If you’re an avid PayPal user and don’t own an iPhone, you’re probably drooling over the recent inclusion of the Bump feature into the iPhone app. Well, there’s good news for you, as it seems that the company will be releasing...

Vertu Offers 4 Golden Cell Phones In Japan

03/26/2010, Nokia might be using its Vertu brand to try and conquer the Japanese luxury cell phone market, and the announcement of its Kinko, Kikusui, Nanten and Daigo models in Tokyo will certainly be a good way to establish its brand there. Each device will be...

Google Sharing Advertising Revenue With Carriers?

03/25/2010, Word is going around that carriers are actually getting a cut of the ad revenue when the handsets come bundled with Google applications such as Search, Maps and Gmail, since those aren’t a requirement of Android. Of course, the advertisements served...

T-Mobile HTC HD2 retails under $100

03/25/2010, While the T-Mobile HTC HD2 hit the market yesterday with a $199.99 price point alongside the customary 2-year contract on T-Mobile, Amazon has other ideas by selling the HTC HD2 for under $100 ($99.99 to be exact). We’re pretty sure that there is no...

BlackBerry Desktop Manager 5.1.0.37 Is Now Avaialble

03/25/2010, BlackBerry users out there will want to take note that RIM has updated its BlackBerry Desktop Manager to version 5.0.1.37, and some users are reporting that checking for updates via the program didn’t seem to register an update, so if you’re...

Motorola Devour Is Available On Verizon Today

03/25/2010, You might have been drooling over it for some time, but now Motorola’s Devour is finally available on Verizon. This Android-powered phone will be going for $149.99 after a $100 rebate, bundled with the customary (and mandatory) two-year contract. In...

AT&T announces 3G MicroCell plans

03/24/2010, In trial a few months ago, the AT&T 3G MicroCell box is now ready to enter into service, nationwide. The basic purpose of this unit is to connect your 3G phone to the AT&T network in a better, more reliable way. It’s simple, voice and...

Is The Military Considering Using The iPhone?

03/24/2010, Could the military also be big fans of Apple’s iPhone? Word is going around that the military paid a visit to the folks over at Apple, and might be discussing the possibility of using iPhones for their warfighters. It would make some sense, if the...