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AT&T Ditches Google For Yahoo On Its Motorola Backflip

03/02/2010, No matter how you phrase it, you’ve really got to appreciate the irony of the whole situation. This is probably one of the downsides of having an open OS, as the Motorola Backflip offered by AT&T will have Yahoo Search plastered all over the...

Yoyo mobile charger concept

03/02/2010, Check out this Yoyo mobile phone charger concept that actually harnesses the kinetic energy generated through playing a yoyo, where this juice can then be used to charge up your cellphone. Guess it doesn’t matter what kind of tricks you are able to...

Nokia Ovi Music To Offer DRM-free Music?

03/01/2010, Looks like Nokia is really putting a lot of focus into its Ovi services, and more evidence on that can be found in the latest reports that Nokia will be rebranding its Music Store as Ovi Music, and the best part is, that it will be offering DRM-free...

iPhone gets real controller in the form of iControlPad

03/01/2010, So you’re into touchscreen gaming, but there are still many others out there who feel that an old school controller would work better with some games on the iPhone. Enter the iControlPad which will finally enter the mass production stage, where one...

Qualcomm MSM7x30 Smartphone Platform Demo On Video

03/01/2010, You’ve probably already heard about Qualcomm’s MSM7x30 smartphone platform which was announced before, and now videos of it powering some demo devices have surfaced, and they certainly look impressive. Sporting the same guts as the Qualcomm...

Samsung Corby Folder turns official

03/01/2010, The Samsung Corby did sell plenty over the course of its relatively short lifetime, and now we have the Samsung Corby Folder that is officially shown on the Samsung Korean website. This is a mid- to low-end handset, where it comes with a 2.6″ QVGA...

Guardian Project To Secure Android Phones

03/01/2010, Are you very serious about your privacy and security? While there aren’t many (if any) cryptographically secure phones for you to buy off the shelves, but Android phones might just become able to fulfill that need for you sometime soon. The Guardian...

Nexus One Live Wallpaper Modded To Cyanogen Blue

03/01/2010, Do you dislike the multi-colored live wallpaper that Google’s Nexus one offers? If it’s just a different color scheme that you’re looking for, some folks have managed to fiddle with the phone and get it to use only Cyanogen Blue. Sure,...

Cool A6161 clones HTC Magic

02/28/2010, Here is yet another clone of the HTC Magic, where this clone is known as the Cool A6161. Not exactly the most stunning name to grace the market, but it does seem to get the job done pretty well. Boasting multi-touch support as well as Android 1.6 running,...

Sprint drops Palm Pixi to $50

02/28/2010, Sprint has lowered the price of its already cheap Palm Pixi to just $50 in the US, hoping to bolster sales of the entry-level webOS phone by some margin. After all, Palm isn’t exactly doing gangbusters financially at the moment even with a great...

O2 introduces cheaper iPhone rates

02/26/2010, O2 UK is going to counter Vodafone’s recent SIM-only plan through a somewhat similar one of its own, specially for iPhone users. The current monthly “simplicity for iPhone” plans are going for £15 for a 1-year contract or £20...

No Flash for Windows Mobile 6.5

02/26/2010, If you happen to use a smartphone running on the Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system, then this isn’t good news for you – it seems that Adobe has indicated that Windows Mobile 6.5 users won’t be able to use Flash 10.1, as that version...

RIM BlackBerry slider coming soon

02/26/2010, There is no confirmation of a new BlackBerry slider smartphone from RIM, but such a handset has a very high chance of being introduced in due time. Apparently, it will be a portrait-oriented slider that will run on the BlackBerry 6.0 operating system,...

Blackberry BIS 3.0 out next week?

02/25/2010, Blackberry Internet Service (BIS) is the platform that connects RIM devices to the web, without going through a Blackberry Enterprise Server (BES). BIS is used by wireless carriers, while BES is used by corporations. Anyway, version 3.0 of BIS is rumored...