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Froyo for Samsung Continuum leaks

08/07/2011, Remember the other Galaxy S phone that was released on Verizon? No not the Fascinate, the other one. The special variant that was released with an extra tiny display under the main screen? In case you haven’t gotten the answer yet – it’s the...

HTC purchases mobile backup service developer, Dashwire

08/05/2011, While HTC is still under fire from Apple due to alleged patent infringement, it doesn’t look like the Taiwanese manufacturer is letting those problems get in the way of its business. It has been recently reported that HTC has purchased a Seattle...

Lower-priced iPhone launching soon?

08/05/2011, According to an analyst over at RBC Capital, who were reported to have recently spent time with Apple’s CFO, Peter Oppenheimer and COO, Tim Cook; he he’s got some interesting news to share. As reported by BGR, the analyst, Mike Abramsky, was...

Qualcomm Not Exclusive WP7 Chip (Duh)

08/05/2011, The fact that Qualcomm is not the exclusive system on a chip (or SoC / processor) is making the headlines today, for some reason. Although Qualcomm has always said that (factually) it was the only player available on Windows Phone 7 (WP7), I’m...

Apple cracking down on non-authorized devices running iOS 5

08/05/2011, We understand that with the upcoming release of iOS 5, there are probably plenty of iOS users and a few other interested parties who are curious about what the latest incarnation of iOS 5 will bring to the table. Developers who had access to the betas of...

Samsung Hercules spotted?

08/05/2011, The folks over at mobilesyrup recently took a photograph of an unannounced Samsung device at the Samsung Mobile concert last night in Toronto. Looking a lot like the Galaxy S 2, the phone features a larger screen but is missing the optical trackpad – a...

FBI Child ID mobile app debuts

08/05/2011, The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, or in its far more famous acronym – FBI, has just introduced their first mobile application for the iPhone, calling the app ‘Child ID’. Just what kind of app is this, and why is the FBI expanding their...

Sprint unveils Samsung Conquer 4G

08/05/2011, Sprint is back in the high stakes game of high end smartphones with the Samsung Conquer 4G, where it will be the 25th 4G-capable device from the mobile carrier. The 25th! That’s quite fast to reach such a figure, and it just goes to show how many...

iPhone 5 proximity sensor spotted?

08/05/2011, While we can’t confirm if and when the next-generation iPhone will be arriving (some say September, some say October), what we have here is apparently a photograph of a component of the iPhone 5. To be more specific it’s the proximity sensor of the...

Moby: Private Location Sharing App with Battery Life Optimization

08/05/2011, Moby is Foursquare or Google Latitude for families: it is a totally private location-sharing service. Parents can see where their kids are (in real-time) on a map, and the alert button allows users to request help with a quick tap. The app will then send...

Windows Phone Tango build offers content search (rumor)

08/05/2011, Microsoft is definitely in the mobile operating system scene for the long haul – and they are clearly not going to stop when Mango is released, as there are rumors that a new update after Mango is being worked on. Interestingly enough, Microsoft...

BlackBerry Curve 9630 makes an appearance, might be Apollo

08/05/2011, The BlackBerry Curve 9630 from Research In Motion (RIM) has just broken cover – where some say this might be the Apollo. Tech blog OneMobileRing actually got their hands on this puppy, where it does seem to be the final – or at least, close to...