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T-Mobile G2X: shortage due to lack of stock

05/25/2011, Earlier this week there have been reports about the T-Mobile G2X being out of stock in a lot of locations, and people have attributed the shortage to T-Mobile pulling the phone off shelves due to defects and problems.  Unsatisfied with the rumors, the...

Sprint and Motorola invites the media to a special luncheon event

05/25/2011, Sprint and Motorola have started to send out invitations to a special event hosted by Dan Hesse (CEO of Sprint) and Sanjay Jha (Chairman and CEO of Motorola Mobility) in two weeks time, on Thursday 9th. There’s no hint of what to expect on the...

Windows to release a web-based Marketplace with Mango update

05/25/2011, Just like Google did with the Honeycomb update a few months ago, Microsoft will be launching the web-based version of the Windows Marketplace when it releases its Windows Phone 7 Mango update later this year. This will let you browse and buy apps straight...

Verizon announces LG Revolution for tomorrow

05/25/2011, LG’s debut Android handset for Verizon’s 4G LTE network is finally making its way into our hands. Starting tomorrow, users will be able to enjoy Verizon’s LTE network on a phone other than a HTC or Samsung device. The LG Revolution has...

Google Maps 5.5 for Android released

05/25/2011, Google has officially announced the release of the latest version of Google Maps for Android. Bringing the app up to version 5.5, Google Maps now adds the “check in” and “rate and review” buttons to the Places page to make it more...

Nokia to churn out Windows Phone 7 devices consistently

05/25/2011, After Nokia decided to ditch Symbian and chose Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 to be its operating system of choice, the company has had no choice but to go all in with the new partnership and all in is what they’ve announced to be doing....

RC vCar won’t disturb your pets or knock furniture over

05/25/2011, Are you a fan of remote controlled vehicles but you can’t seem to find the right time or places to play around with one? I.e. at home there’s too many fragile items that might get knocked over, or a dog that barks nonstop when it sees your...

KDDI Swing indoor navigation system, works outdoors as well

05/25/2011, KDDI of Japan has just announced their latest indoor navigation system known as Swing – where it is touted to help you find your direction quickly within a particular area due to a simple “compass”-like guiding arrow. Fully capable of working...

ETO portable chargers look pretty sleek

05/25/2011, If you’re a smartphone user (especially if it features a large touchscreen display) you would know how annoying it is to run out of power in all the wrong situations. While fortunately some phones do come with spare batteries, quite a number of...

Nokia Oro adds some bling to your pockets

05/25/2011, If you think that you would like to bling up your corporate life, then you might settle for a Vertu – if you can afford one, that is. Settling for less can be quite the humbling experience, but still the Nokia Oro ought to be able to do more than...

Volunteers required for 4G LTE trial in Cornwall, UK

05/24/2011, Tech enthusiasts should make a trip to Cornwall – after all, that area currently requires volunteers to participate in the trial of a new high-speed 4G broadband connection as part of a joint project by Everything Everywhere and BT. This trial will...

Windows Phone Mango details announced by Microsoft

05/24/2011, Nokia has taken note of Microsoft’s announcement concerning the new Windows Phone 7 (better known as Mango – what is it with all these fruity names?) that will be demonstrated on several Nokia handsets. You might find yourself taking some time...