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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...

Skype for Windows Mobile killed off

02/25/2010, Skype for Windows Mobile has been discontinued simply because of a subpar user experience when compared to the iPhone and Symbian version. According to Skype, “Our focus is on providing a rich user experience that allows you to enjoy free...

Nokia N97 Mini Gold Edition

02/24/2010, Nokia must have stashed away the secret to King Midas’ touch, as their factory lines have started to produce the Nokia N97 Mini Gold Edition that comes covered with 18 carat gold. Apart from the external bling layer, everything else about this Gold...

Acer beTouch E110 approved by FCC

02/24/2010, The FCC has given their nod of approval for the Acer beTouch E110, where this Android-powered smartphone will play nice with AT&T’s 3G network (850/1900 MHz), albeit this is no guarantee that it will be launched by AT&T. The handset could...

AT&T download speeds seem fastest among rivals

02/23/2010, Statistics, damned statistics! Well, depending on which point of view you come from, we suppose you can always conjure a rosy picture about your particular product. Take the case of mobile carriers, where everyone claims to have the fastest speed...

Shirt detects cellphones

02/23/2010, Check out this unique shirt which is capable of detecting a cellphone that rings, making it perfect for settings where you put the phone on silent or vibrating mode, and yet need to attend to the call urgently. Operas would be a good example as there is...

Alcatel OT-808 looks more like a notebook

02/23/2010, The Alcatel OT-808 is one cellphone which comes with average specifications, but what makes it stand out from the rest would be its resemblance to that of a netbook. This clamshell form factor is equipped with a full QWERTY keypad not to mention a...