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AT&T throws 5 more Android smartphones your way

10/10/2011, AT&T has certainly gone above and beyond the call of duty when it comes to the number of Android-powered smartphones that they intended to deliver to the masses this year, with the announcement of not one, two or three – but five more handsets....

HP decides on Palm and webOS future this week

10/10/2011, I’m not quite sure what the game plan HP had in mind when they purchased Palm some time ago, but it seems as though that is one plan that had fallen apart at the seams. The HP TouchPad did receive some buzz when it was introduced, but then again the...

Google supports HTC in legal battles

10/10/2011, Intellectual property has certainly gotten a whole lot more valuable in recent memory with patents being filed left and right by companies who are out to protect their inventions. We all know that Samsung and Apple have no love lost between them...

Plantronics Voyager Pro HD

10/10/2011, Plantronics has just announced its Plantronics Voyager pro HD, a Bluetooth headset aimed at, and priced for, consumers ($99). It may be called “pro”, but that’s because it integrates technology that is usually found in more expensive...

Ovi Store revamped as Nokia Store

10/10/2011, Last month we reported that the Ovi Store website was no longer using the Ovi logo, and had the Nokia logo instead. Now it looks like the transformation of the Ovi Store has been taken another step further. Nokia has announced on its official blog that...

Siine Writer keyboard lets you type with icons

10/10/2011, There are so many different types of keyboards available on the market right now, and beyond being more accurate, user-friendly, attractive-looking, how does one make a keyboard stand out from the competition? Well, the folks over at Siine have decided to...

Could this be the Samsung Galaxy S III?

10/10/2011, With the Samsung Galaxy Nexus/Nexus Prime/Droid Prime not even out the door, let alone seeing an official announcement or acknowledge about the device, and with the Samsung Galaxy S2 arriving in the US not too long ago, there has already been talk about a...

Android Market and Gmail app blocked in China, again

10/10/2011, We know that China isn’t exactly the most Google-friendly country, with Android users in China now and then facing difficulties when attempting to access to the Android Market. This has been an issue that has dated back to 2009 which resulted in...

Blackberry services down in Europe, Middle East, Africa

10/10/2011, Heads up Blackberry users in the Europe, Middle East and Africa, it looks like RIM is facing some technical issues which might be able to explain why you are having issues accessing certain features on your phones. This seems to have been confirmed by a...

Verizon announces Samsung Stratosphere

10/10/2011, Ah, the rather elusive Samsung Stratosphere. I guess we’re something like journalists for National Geographic in our efforts to hunt down the latest and greatest news, save for the fact that we’re dealing with the world of tech instead of...

Nexus Prime does the FCC jig

10/10/2011, Samsung’s Nexus Prime has gone through quite a lot even before it is officially announced, where it was originally touted to be on display at the Samsung Unpacked event which was subsequently shelved to a later date. Well, the iPhone 4S might be...

Nokia explains the design process behind Symbian Belle

10/10/2011, If you’ve always wondered what went through the minds of the designers at Nokia while they were designing Symbian Belle, you’re in luck. The company has recently posted up a short documentary on its official blog, describing the whole design...

3LM launches Android mobile security platform this week

10/10/2011, In terms of enterprise use, iOS and Blackberry seems to be favored, and curious why, 3LM approached CIOs and asked them why they did not choose Android as their preferred enterprise platform. Their answer was that there were several core features missing...