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SHAPE Services Business Card Reader For BlackBerry

12/30/2009, Business card readers are handy little things, as they held you scan information into your mobile device without having to manually enter all that information. Now SHAPE Services has announced that it will be releasing a BlackBerry version of its popular...

Google Nexus One Rooted Before Launch

12/30/2009, It seems like Google’s Nexus One didn’t manage to make it to the official launch without somebody “rooting” it, which basically allows you root access, so you can delve deeper into the device’s file system, and do more or...

Samsung Corby Speed is CDMA model

12/30/2009, The CDMA model of the Samsung Corby has just been officially announced in India, where it has been given the formal name of Samsung Corby Speed. Capable of supporting data transfers of up to 2.4Mbps while relying on OMH (Open Market Handset) technology,...

Nokia N900 gets versatile with BlueMaemo

12/30/2009, Do good things in life come free? That question is answered in the affirmative today thanks to BlueMaemo, a free application which is capable of transforming your N900 into a variety of Bluetooth peripherals, where among them include a keyboard, mouse,...

Verizon To Offer Palm Pre Plus and Palm Pixi Plus

12/30/2009, If you’re a Palm fan and are looking out for more developments from Palm, the good news is that Verizon Wireless will be carrying the Palm Pixi, as well as the Palm Pre. The official names of these phones from Verizon should be dubbed the Palm Pre...

GSM Encryption Cracked

12/30/2009, Operators have been relying on the A5/1 encryption to protect the privacy of calls made over GSM networks for a good 21 years, but now it seems that the code has been cracked by a 28-year old German, Karsten Nohl. He has presented the flaws in the...

HTC Russia Tweets That HD2 Will Be Getting WinMob 7

12/30/2009, A tweet from HTC’s Russian account (@HTC_Ru) seems to indicate that the HD2 will be getting an upgrade to Windows Mobile 7, which is certainly good news for HD2 owners out there. Considering the HD2 is one of the flagship devices, it shouldn’t...

HP Files For Zeen And Airlife Trademarks

12/30/2009, Could HP be preparing to join in on the upcoming tablet device wars? It seems that the company has registered the trademark for names of the “Zeen” and “Airlife”. From the documentation, it seems that the Zeen could possibly a...

Google Announces Android Press Conference On Jan 5th

12/30/2009, With the numerous bits and pieces of info regarding the Nexus One going around non-stop, it’s fairly obvious that the official announcement isn’t too far away, and it seems that it should be arriving on January 5th 2010. Google has scheduled a...

Rumor Indicates That LG Might Skip MWC 2010

12/30/2009, It’s still firmly in the rumor bin, but it’s a rather disappointing rumor that is going around. Simply put, word is that LG might follow Nokia’s example and skip Mobile World Congress 2010. Apparently one of the major reasons for...

XBox Live Coming To Windows Mobile Phones

12/30/2009, Is Xbox Live on Windows Mobile going to be the next big thing? It certainly seems possible, and Microsoft looks like it thinks so, and confirmed by a job posting. The search is on for a Principle Program Manager who would be responsible for bringing...

Swype For Android Leaked

12/30/2009, Are you intrigued by Swype’s input technology, and own an Android phone? Well, it seems that you’re in luck then. A beta release of Swype has been leaked online and seems to work on Android phones. Folks have tested it on phones such as the...

Pantech P9020 Visits The FCC

12/30/2009, Pantech’s unannounced P9020 phone has appeared on the FCC site, and it appears to sport a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. Details on this phone aren’t abundant, but we do know that it sports HSDPA 3G which would work on AT&T’s network,...

Windows Mobile 6.5.3 Mentioned

12/30/2009, It looks like Windows Mobile 7 won’t be the nearest upgrade after Windows Mobile 6.5. On a MSDN page, you’ll notice that there is mention of Windows Mobile 6.5.3 when discussing Widgets on Windows Mobile. Would you be interested in getting a...