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Acer Liquid A1 starts shipping in UK

12/08/2009, Acer’s maiden entry into the world of Android smartphones has resulted in the Liquid A1 being shipped in the UK, retailing for £339.99 and £328.99 and Expansys and Clove, respectively. With that kind of dough, you get a Qualcomm...

VMware wants to run two OSes simultaneously

12/08/2009, VMWare has plans to develop virtualization technology which enables a couple of operating systems to run simultaneously on a single cellphone. They are currently not at the promised land just yet, but are slowly working towards that direction by...

Motorola MT710 to hit China soon

12/08/2009, Motorola knows that the world is their oyster, and has hence made a push to release their Android-powered Motorola MT710 in China as a keyboard-less variant of Verizon’s Motorola DROID in that part of the world. December 28th will be when China...

Sea Star CoolC99 phone

12/08/2009, The Sea Star CoolC99 phone has got to be one of the tardiest handsets you have ever laid your eyes upon – don’t deny it. It resembles a star (or perhaps, the manufacturer meant starfish but somehow got lost in translation?), boasting faux...

Nokia E72 and 5800 Navigation Edition in the US

12/08/2009, Word has it that Nokia has announced its 5800 Navigation Edition and E72 Stateside, where the former is going for $299 while the latter retails for $469, with both being unlocked units. Those who pick up the 5800 Navigation Edition while activating their...

Motorola Droid 2.0.1 Firmware Available

12/08/2009, We knew that the Motorola Droid 2.0.1 firmware would be coming really soon, and it seems that some folks have already started to receive the update on their retail units today. This firmware update should tackle a wide variety of problems including...

Dragon Dictation For iPhone

12/08/2009, Do you think that typing on your iPhone is a chore? Well, in that case you should check out the Dragon Dictation for the iPhone, which is currently free (for a limited time). Nuance’s Dragon Dictation for the iPhone uses the company’s...

Google Maps For 3.3 Android Phones

12/08/2009, Google Maps 3.3 is now available for Android-powered mobile phones and the main feature of this version is its ability to allow users to search what businesses are nearby. The nearby feature allows you to be in an unfamiliar place and use the phone to...

LG Reaches 10 Million Cookies

12/08/2009, It seems like folks who own the LG Cookie might want to know that they’ve played their part in helping the KP500 reach a cool 10 million milestone. The Cookie will be the 5th phone from LG to achieve the 10 million milestone, as the LG Chocolate, LG...

Sony Ericsson Satio And Aino Updates

12/08/2009, If you’ve been experiencing problems with your Sony Ericsson Satio and Aino smartphones, there’s a possibility is that it might be suffering from firmware issues. Fortunately Sony Ericsson UK and Ireland have confirmed that a new software...

More Information On Samsung Bada

12/08/2009, While there aren’t any bada-powered mobile phones in the market yet, Samsung has revealed some information on the platform ahead of its actual SDK release. It seems that each phone will sport rather high specs. Multitouch VGA (800 x 480) displays...

AT&T Mark The Spot App

12/08/2009, Do you think AT&T’s network is the one thing that is preventing your iPhone from being the best phone on the planet? Complaints of AT&T’s network seem to crop up and now and then when it comes to iPhone discussions, and while AT&T...

Clearer Image Of HTC Bravo Surfaces

12/07/2009, By now you’ve probably seen the pictures of the upcoming phones from HTC. If you were squinting to see the photos clearer the last time, a clearer picture of the HTC Bravo has surfaced, and you have to admit the phone looks quite good. Based on the...

Google Maps carry QR codes

12/07/2009, Google aims to introduce something new to the US market with a slant of Japanese, where the most popular retail shops on Google Maps will come with a QR code which can be scanned in by a camera-equipped phone. After being read, the codes will take the...