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HTC One X Deluxe Limited edition announced in Taiwan

03/12/2012, The HTC One X has yet to reach our stores (or anywhere else for that matter) but it looks like it will have a limited edition available at launch – if you happen to live in Taiwan. Announced today, the HTC One X Deluxe Limited Edition will feature the...

Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G arrives on T-Mobile next week

03/12/2012, While the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G has already been officially announced in the past, we haven’t got an official release date – until today. T-Mobile announced that the Galaxy S Blaze 4G (what a long name) will be in stores on March 21st in...

Samsung Galaxy S3 spotted, available for pre-order?

03/12/2012, Samsung has already debunked rumors of the Galaxy S3 coming this month, although April might be different for the highly anticipated smartphone. Still, it is highly likely that the Galaxy S3 will be released to the masses before the iPhone 5 (or new...

Sony MT27i “Pepper” press shot leaked

03/12/2012, It looks like the Sony MT27i “Pepper” might be officially launched soon. A press shot of the phone has leaked online, and it looks pretty complete – showing a detailed picture of the phone, together with the NFC Smart Tags it will be using....

Nokia Weather Widget on Symbian Belle

03/12/2012, How’s the weather, mate? If you are one who is interested to know just how the weather is at the moment (simply because you work in a concrete building that does not let you know just whether it is super hot outside, or raining cats and dogs), then...

Nokia Lumia 900 rumored to be delayed until the 22nd of April

03/12/2012, Are you guys looking forward to getting your hands on the Nokia Lumia 900? According to AT&T’s website, the device has been listed as “coming soon”, and an alleged leaked AT&T roadmap has apparently set the Lumia 900 for an 18th of March...

HTC Media Link HD hits the FCC

03/12/2012, HTC’s Media Link HD was briefly mentioned during this year’s MWC, and it looks like it might be hitting the stores in the near future. According to reports, the media streaming accessory recently got certified at the offices of the FCC, and...

ASUS debunks £700 Padfone price rumor

03/12/2012, Are you guys looking forward to getting your hands on the ASUS Padfone? The device was spotted at MWC (check out our preview) but unfortunately its pricing has yet to be revealed. However it seems that an online retailer might have gotten ahead of itself...

HTC Golf details leaked

03/12/2012, According to reports online, HTC has got a new phone in the works called the HTC Golf. The Android smartphone is said to replace the current HTC Explorer and will be a budget device aimed at first time smartphone users. The phone will feature a sub-1GHz...

Samsung files for Galaxy Accelerate, Express and Thunder trademarks

03/12/2012, A few days ago, we reported that Samsung had apparently filed for several trademarks, namely the Galaxy Emerge, Galaxy Stellar and the Galaxy Halo, but it seems that the Korean company has more trademarks up their sleeves and have recently filed for more,...

Google puts up Android 4.0 Roboto font for download

03/12/2012, Back when Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich was announced in 2011, one of the cosmetic changes that was brought over onto the device was the Roboto font. While the font had its critics and fans, for those who enjoyed the font and would like to download it...

Marvel Comics announces Marvel AR augmented reality app

03/12/2012, We know that Marvel is moving into the digital realm by providing a download code for customers who purchase any of their print comics (that costs $3.99 or more), and since they’ll be headed down the digital route, why not take the ball and start...