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webOS 1.4.5.1 update to arrive on Sprint phones today?

08/10/2010, While Sprint did post a changelog for the webOS 1.4.5.1 update, it more or less confirms that the update will be released today – although it has yet to be confirmed whether the release has hit Sprint handsets already. Do leave a comment if your...

Saudi Arabia gives BlackBerry services the green light

08/10/2010, It seems that all of the hoo haa concerning the potential ban of BlackBerry services in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia has all come to nothing, as the country’s telecommunications regulator has revealed that it will enable BlackBerry services to run...

BlackBerry Bold 9780 looks set to arrive on several carriers

08/10/2010, The BlackBerry Bold 9780 which has yet to hit the market will come with 3G bands 1, 2, 5, and 6, operating on the 800 MHz, 850 MHz, 1900 MHz, and 2100 MHz spectrums – all of these are the same as what the good people at AT&T utilize. Prior to...

Motorola Droid 2 now available for pre-sale

08/10/2010, At long last, after numerous leaks of training manuals and guides alongside images, is the Motorola Droid 2 announced officially over Verizon. It is available for pre-sale from tomorrow onwards, delivering the latest Android 2.2 operating system as well...

Nokia Siemens Networks doubles GSM capacity

08/10/2010, The wonders of modern technology – that’s what we’re marveling about with Nokia Siemens Networks’ most recent effort which actually doubles GSM capacity thanks to a technology known as “Dynamic Frequency and Channel...

TweetDeck Android Beta App Arriving This Week

08/09/2010, Many folks out there can’t drop their Twitter addiction, and if you’re one of them, chances are that you’ve used TweetDeck, one of the more popular Twitter applications out there. The good news if you’re using an Android-powered...

Dryer Box May Help Salvage Water-damaged Mobile Phones

08/09/2010, We’ve all heard of (or experienced) mobile phones going to heaven early due to it being dropped into a pool of water, and now JMC Risk Solutions has installed a number of interesting Dryer Boxes in Tokyo Japan. This device allows users to drop their...

BioLock Android app hopes to make your Android device more secure

08/09/2010, Update: It seems that the BioLock app is fake, and it was never released to the masses. Sorry about it, guys! Sliding to unlock on your Android smartphone will soon be passe, thanks to Blue Planet Apps offering a newer dimension. We’re talking about...

Motorola Working To Fix Droid X Volume Issues

08/09/2010, Many folks who purchased the Motorola Droid X have complained about the volume of the ringer and speakerphone of the device, and the folks over at Motorola have heard and acknowledged the issue. In a post at the Motorola support forums, the company...

Motorola’s MOTOBLUR skin might be on its last legs

08/09/2010, Custom user interfaces (UIs) have been around for some time now, and back in the days of Windows Mobile, custom UIs were extremely useful to make the user experience a whole lot more enjoyable. As for the first few Android smartphones which rolled out on...

AT&T Microcell Not Working Well With iPhone 4?

08/09/2010, Reports are in that many users who are using AT&T’s 3G Microcell are experiencing some form of audio problems. Apparently the incoming sound will skip, making it rather difficult to understand the person that you’re talking to. While it...