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Elecom’s faucet-inspired iPad/iPhone stand

08/04/2011, Looking for a stand for your iPad? If you’re not really in need of a stand that has built in speakers, or an additional display or one that can put into your car, then perhaps this Elecom stand designed by Nendo could just be what you were looking for.

Motorola DEFY+ leaked on O2 Germany

08/04/2011, German website mobiFlip.de claims that O2 in Germany is working on rolling out the Motorola DEFY+ shortly down the road, and we did hear about the DEFY+ hitting American shores via AT&T late last month. Just what will the DEFY+ be? Well, there is...

Verizon Fascinate set to ride into the sunset

08/04/2011, It seems that the Samsung Fascinate was the last of the Mohicans – wait a minute, wrong script. The Fascinate was the final Samsung Galaxy S variant to arrive in the US via Verizon Wireless, and Big Red did do a pretty good job in making sure that...

Pegatron ships iPhone 5 in September?

08/04/2011, Pegatron, one of Apple’s manufacturing partners for the upcoming iPhone (currently known as the iPhone 5 for continuity and simplicity’s sake), is said to start shipping the fabled smartphone when September rolls around, which is similar to...

Nokia suing Huaqin Telecom Technology over camera lens cover patent

08/04/2011, While patent infringement lawsuits aren’t new, the intensity and frequency seems to have increased in the past couple of years. Now it appears that Nokia is suing a Shanghai-based company, Huaqin Telecom Technology Co. Ltd, for apparently infringing...

HTC Sensation could have touchscreen issues

08/04/2011, The HTC Sensation seems to be experiencing what some people think has to do with its namesake – that is, touchscreen issues. That can’t be quite a good feeling to have, can it? Apparently, a bunch of HTC Sensation users have reported that they...

HTC’s unlocked bootloader tool may void warranty

08/04/2011, Remember when we mentioned that HTC would be unlocking the bootloaders of several handsets this August? It was pretty great of HTC to listen to their customers and give them what they want, although for those living in the US and who get their updates...

Microsoft Answers Google’s Patent Attack Accusations

08/04/2011, Earlier today, Google has posted a message on its corporate blog explaining how Microsoft, Apple and other high-profile companies ganged up to buy Novell patents with the goal of attacking Android or handset makers using Android. Such legal activities...

Google, A Patent Attack Victim. Really?

08/03/2011, David Drummond, the Senior Vice President and Chief Legal Officer of Google has gone on the record and addressed the patent litigation situation that Google’s Android finds itself into, with foes like Microsoft and Apple, among others, on the other...

T-Mobile leak points toward BlackBerry Bold 9900 pricing details

08/03/2011, Research In Motion (RIM) has just introduced its latest BlackBerry Bold 9900 smartphone which runs on the new BlackBerry OS 7 to boot. No idea on just when it will arrive, but a leaked document from T-Mobile does give a semblance of an idea – making...

Augmented reality browser Junaio helps to remove ads in real life

08/03/2011, For whatever given reason there are some people out there who do not believe in public advertising, and who believe that the public space should belong to the public and PublicAdCampaign is such a group. Working together with The Heavy Projects, they have...

SnapDragon Gets New Naming Scheme

08/03/2011, Those who have an interest for the systems on a chip (or SoCs) that power smartphones and tablets know what Qualcomm’s SnapDragon is. However,  keeping track of the differences between the SnapDragon MSM8655T and MSM8560 may require a bit more...