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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...

BlackBerry BIS 3.0 been up and running for some time now

03/29/2010, RIM’s North American BIS servers were out of action for a while over the weekend since they were undergoing an upgrade from BIS 2.8 to BIS 3.0, which means your devices ought to be able to take advantage of new BIS 3.0 features by now. Google Mail...

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...

NTT DoCoMo Releases Some Cool F-04B Cell Phone Ads

03/27/2010, Do you remember the F-04B modular cell phone that we covered a while back? Well, NTT DoCoMo has come up with some rather cool video ads for the phone, showcasing a modular projector add-on, as well as using a modular GPS add-on. Check out the video after...

Verizon BlackBerry Tour 9630 Getting An OS Update On Monday

03/27/2010, Folks who own a Verizon branded BlackBerry Tour 9630 should be happy to hear that there should be an official OS update this coming Monday. What the exact version of the OS isn’t entirely clear, but speculation is that it’s OS 5.0.0.591....

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....

Dell Aero Will Not Run Unsigned Android Applications

03/27/2010, Here’s a little bad news for potential owners of the Dell Aero, as sources indicate that the phone will follow the path of the Motorola Backflip, and will not be allowed to run unsigned Android applications. This restriction is most likely put in...

Research In Motion Snaps Up Software Developer Viigo

03/27/2010, It seems that acquisitions are in the air, and following Nokia’s acquisition of Novarra, RIM has also snapped up Viigo, a Toronto-based company that has been working together with RIM for some time now. Viigo’s most popular product is its News...

AT&T Palm Pixi Plus Visits The FCC

03/27/2010, AT&T subscribers are one step closer to getting the Palm Pixi Plus on their network, as the device has just been approved by the FCC. The device, labeled P121UNA, that has surfaced on the FCC website, should indicate that it’s headed towards...

BlackBerry Desktop Manager 6.0 Screenshot Leaked?

03/27/2010, Screenshots of what is purported to be the upcoming BlackBerry Desktop Manager 6.0 have surfaced online. The new interface seems to look quite slick, compared to earlier versions, and features seem to be more or less the same, albeit with the addition of...