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Rumor: iPhone 4G Video Leaked?

03/29/2010, Is this a leaked video of the upcoming iPhone 4G? Considering Apple’s expertise at keeping its products hidden away from the general public until it’s announced, chances are that this is a fake. Still, if it is true, the next-generation iPhone...

Android Version Of LogMeIn Remote Access Coming

03/29/2010, Administrators who are always looking out for remote access applications will be glad to hear that an Android version of LogMeIn, the remote access application is being developed. When installed, you’ll be able to control your computer from your...

Android nipping on iPhone OS heels in mobile traffic

03/29/2010, The iPhone OS might be king when it comes to smartphone traffic and the mobile web share at the moment, but Google’s Android OS is slowly and surely just behind the fruity company. This could be due to the plethora of Android-powered devices being...

Motorola MILESTONE gets Android 2.1 update OTA

03/29/2010, Own a Motorola MILESTONE? Well, you might be interested to know that the Android 2.1 update is now available Over-The-Air (OTA) sans wires or computers, and you don’t even need to be in Hong Kong to enjoy it. What does this update entail, anyways?...

Motorola Backflip Rooted

03/29/2010, AT&T released its Motorola Backflip Android phone a few weeks back, and some folks probably aren’t too happy that the carrier stripped all Google content from the phone and replaced it with Yahoo and AT&T software. After the carrier released...

Java apps running on Android

03/29/2010, Nice to know that developers have taken some steps to include Java compatibility on the Android platform, especially Zurich-based Myriad who came up with a spanking new tool called J2Android. J2Android will convert Java MIDlet apps so that they can run on...

Motoroia clones Motorola MT710

03/29/2010, The pirates at China have done it again – this time round they have taken the Motorola MT710 and cloned the Android-powered handset, as it now comes under the moniker of Motoroia. It retails for around $70 after conversion (unlocked, to boot!),...

TerreStar Genus runs on Windows Mobile

03/29/2010, The TerreStar Genus which was unveiled at CTIA 2010 (finally, it is in the flesh!) is touted to be the first smartphone in the world that features 3G as well as satellite capabilities while running on the Windows Mobile 6.5.3 platform. Specifications...

Nokia Bots for Nokia N97 and Nokia N97 mini

03/29/2010, If you happen to own either a Nokia N97 (read our review) and Nokia N97 mini (or both, although we have no inkling why you should be in that position in the first place), then you might want to check out the latest development called Nokia Bots. These are...

Xperia X10′s Lack Of Multi-touch Due To Hardware Limitation

03/28/2010, Sony Ericsson’s Xperia X10 is certainly a pretty looking phone, but the lack of multi-touch has been an issue for many folks who were considering the purchase of this phone. Sony Ericsson has always promised that the X10 would be getting an upgrade...

Presale Of The HTC EVO 4G In May?

03/28/2010, This isn’t officially confirmed, but pictures of what seems to be Sprint’s “Playbook” have started to surface, and the EVO 4G seems to feature very prominently on it. According to the leak, the folks over at Best Buy have begun to...

Windows Phone 7 Series Successfully Ported To HTC HD2

03/28/2010, The news that HTC’s popular HD2 would not be getting a Windows Phone 7 Series update must certainly have disappointed many owners of the HD2. Now it seems that despite there not being any official support for such an upgrade, there might be hope via...

iPhone Apps Must Adapt To AT&T’s Network

03/27/2010, We already know that AT&T and Apple have allowed iPhone apps to stream video over 3G, but it seems that there is a condition to that. The video app needs to be able to provide a low quality video stream to downgrade to when the going gets tough (i.e....