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Android-powered LG Aloha On Its Way?

04/01/2010, This is still unconfirmed, but word on the street is that LG is planning to come up with an Android-powered phone called the C710 Aloha. The rumored specifications for this device are certainly quite juicy, and the recent approval of a device dubbed the...

Wolfram Alpha iPhone App For $2

04/01/2010, You might love (or hate) Wolfram Alpha, the computational knowledge engine, but when the official Wolfram Alpha app was put on the iTunes store for $50, many people laughed. The laughter could be due to the fact that the app was mainly a front end to...

T-Mobile HTC HD2 Unboxed On Video

04/01/2010, You’ve been dreaming about it, and now that you know that HTC HD2 is on T-Mobile, you want to get a whiff of it, right? Need a little something extra to push you in the direction of this phone? How about a video of the T-Mobile HTC HD2 being...

Samsung SGH-I897 with Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity

04/01/2010, Bluetooth SIG has come up with yet another Samsung handset that will support the Bluetooth 3.0 protocol, and this time it would be the Samsung SGH-I897. The description on its website does make us wonder whether this is another more formal name of the...

The Mighty projector phone

04/01/2010, The Mighty is one interesting device as it doubles up as both a cellphone as well as a projector. For the phone segment, it sports a 3” touchscreen display and GSM connectivity, where you can screw the projector onto the back of the handset, making...

Aluminum Unibody iPhone HD Concept Design

04/01/2010, How do you want the next-generation iPhone to look like? Do you think it should be a totally new design, or do you think that Apple should just tweak the iPhone’s design slightly? We’ve dug up another concept design for a new iPhone, and...

Verizon Stocking Up On The HTC Incredible?

04/01/2010, A screenshot of the HTC Incredible apparently showing up in Verizon’s systems has surfaced, and according to the person who supplied the image, the “On Order” tag in the picture actually indicates that the phones are already in the...

FCC approves Nokia C3

03/31/2010, The Nokia C5 and FCC-approved C6 have already been spotted, making the last (for the moment anyways) of the C Series handsets, the C3, waiting and ready to be seen. We do know that the C3 comes with the model number RM-614, where it has just been given...

Supplies of BlackBerry Curve 8500 hit a bump

03/31/2010, Interestingly enough, sales of the BlackBerry Curve 8500 were said to be spectacular enough that shortages are in store, according to RIM when discussing their latest fiscal results. A huge percentage of the 10.5 million BlackBerries shipped recently...

BlackBerry Pearl 9105 could get T9 keypad

03/31/2010, It seems that images of the BlackBerry Pearl 9105 have hit the Internet, and some of them do point towards this unreleased smartphone to feature a T9 keypad, leaving us scratching our heads, wondering what happened to the Pearl which was equipped with a...

Verizon Droid gets manual Android 2.1 update

03/31/2010, Want to manually update your Verizon Droid’s operating system to Android 2.1 instead of waiting for the OTA update to arrive? Fret not, the step-by-step instructions are available after the jump (where you need to get the update package first)...

webOS 1.4.1 ready to rock and roll

03/31/2010, Palm isn’t exactly doing too well these days despite having decent hardware, but that doesn’t mean they just drop the gauntlet and run helter-skelter, leaving their users without any support, right? Enter webOS 1.4.1 into the scene, where this...

Gwab-o-sphere: Contacts Aggregator in the Cloud

03/31/2010, [DEMO Spring 2010] I love Gwabbit, the add-on for outlook and BlackBerry that allows me to collect a person’s contact info from the email signature in one click. Last week at DEMO, the company launched its new service Gwab-o-sphere, and won the...