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Samsung Reclaim launched by Sprint

08/06/2009, Sprint has just rolled out the Samsung Reclaim, marking the first handset from the mobile carrier that is made up from 80% recyclable material, and it goes even further by coming in recyclable packaging. The handset is as green as it gets at the moment,...

Samsung Galaxy GT-I7500 now in white

08/06/2009, The Samsung Galaxy GT-I7500 is touted to be the first Android-powered smartphone from the Korean consumer electronics giant, and unfortunately the handset came in just one color after following Henry Ford’s initial marketing ply. Well, good thing...

BlackBerry Curve 8520 unboxing, first impressions

08/05/2009, We got our BlackBerry Curve 8520 and it is time to unpack it: In the box, you will find the usual things: phone+SIM+battery+charger+earplugs+USB cable+manual and CD. Upon picking up the BlackBerry 8520, we immediately noticed how light it is...

Using iPod Touch + MyFi in Spain

08/05/2009, GadgetLab has an interesting article about using an iPod Touch (or a foreign iPhone) with a MiFi local hotspot to access data and place Skype calls. As we get more accustomed to wireless data usage, one of the biggest hurdle for international travelers...

T-Mobile mytouch 3G with Google available

08/05/2009, T-Mobile USA has just made available the T-Mobile myTouch 3G with Google handset, where you can pick it up from both online and offline sources. We don’t really need to go through the specifications as there are plenty of news sources that have...

Microsoft on porting iPhone apps to Windows Mobile

08/04/2009, Microsoft has published a case study that highlights some differences between developing for iPhone and for Windows Mobile. For educational purposes, a simple application has been chosen and this document should not be seen as a “template” for...

Flourite N68 gets transparent keypad

08/04/2009, Now where have we seen this before? Right, the LG GD900 which was unveiled to the world earlier this year. This time round we have the Flourite N68 which will come with a transparent keypad, and naturally being a clone, it will not be as cool as the...

Samsung C3212 DuoS

08/04/2009, Samsung seems to come up with a fair number of dual SIM holding handsets more often than not among all the other cellphone manufacturers, and their latest release would be the Samsung C3212 DuoS. This model is tipped to arrive in Russia first, retailing...

Palm Pre tether hack

08/03/2009, Folks who want to turn their Palm Pre into a Wi-Fi router can now do so by installing this free application known as My Tether. Two versions are currently available – version 2.0 will cost $10 and comes with an easy installer, while version 1.5...

Mister Cartoon Samsung r450 phone

08/03/2009, MetroPCS will be offering the Mister Cartoon-branded Samsung r450 handset after both Samsung and MetroPCS decided to team up with famous tattoo artist Mark Machado a.k.a. Mister Cartoon to come up with a limited edition of the said handset. This phone...

Motorola Morrison release date spotted

08/03/2009, You’ve seen (blurry) images of the Motorola Morrison, and now we have gotten hold of its release date, where T-Mobile’s system points toward an October 21st release. That’s just a couple of months away, and while pricing details have yet...

SIM Card Spy Elite

08/03/2009, Have you accidentally deleted items on your SIM card only to realize that that is the only copy of the message available? Well, the $199.95 SIM Card Spy Elite is here to help as it is capable of extracting data from virtually any SIM, alongside being...

RIM could release BlackBerry with front-facing camera

08/03/2009, RIM revealed that they could finally relent and unveil a BlackBerry device that has a front-facing camera in order to keep up with the Jonese in the mobile device world. According to one source from RIM, “video conferencing is something that could...

Samsung runs 3G campaign in China

07/31/2009, On the other end of the spectrum is Samsung who goes on the offensive in China by kicking off the 3G marketing initiative known as “3GSamsung, 3G for all” at JuYong, Great Wall in China, where the Korean consumer electronics giant is tipped to...