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8mm Vintage Camera app makes your videos look retro

12/29/2010, With popular apps such as Instagram and many others, folks are getting back into the feel of sharing media that look like they were captured on vintage equipment. If you wanted to give your iPhone-captured videos that retro feel, the 8mm Vintage Camera...

Promotional videos on the way to the Android Market?

12/28/2010, Google has recently been asking developers to submit demo videos of their Android apps and now it seems to be coming together. About 500 apps have videos available through the Market’s API, allowing third-party app discovery sites to expose them for...

Huawei IDEOS X5 specifications listed

12/28/2010, Huawei’s Android-powered IDEOS X5 was spotted in the past, but at long last Huawei has listed a bunch of photos and a detailed specifications sheet so that you can make a more informed purchase decision when it comes to the company’s...

HTC Desire HD visits the FCC with support for North American 3G

12/28/2010, We’re still waiting to get our mittens on the HTC Desire HD and now it seems that we’re inching closer to doing so. A device bearing the model number PD98120 has paid a visit to the FCC and it supports the WCDMA bands II and V, making it compatible...

T-Mobile to launch Cliq 2 and Dell Streak 7 on Jan 19th?

12/28/2010, Folks who are still patiently waiting for the Motorola Cliq 2 or the Dell Streak 7 (or whatever it will be called), you might want to make a tiny note for January 19th 2011 on your calendar. While it’s not official yet, whispers are going around that...

San Francisco Bay Area now covered in Sprint’s 4G WiMAX network

12/27/2010, You’ve been waiting for it, and now it’s finally arrived. Sprint has just launched its 4G WiMAX network in the San Francisco Bay Area. Sprint touts the network as being able to offer mobile web browsing up to 10 times faster than a 3G service and it...

Android 3.0 Honeycomb music player demonstrated

12/27/2010, We do know that Google’s Android platform is capable of offering Over The Air (OTA) streaming services in a music player as demonstrated at the 2010 Google I/O developer conference, but that music player will not debut in the upcoming Android 2.3...

iPhone, Mission Impossible: a 2007 RIM Movie?

12/27/2010, Over the week-end, there was a small drama unfolding as an alleged former employee talked about RIM’s reaction to Apple’s original iPhone announcement. The comment immediately spread like wildfire on the web, but basically, RIM (the company...

Dungeon Defenders looks gorgeous for Android devices

12/27/2010, Smartphones have gotten more and more powerful these days, so it is not surprising to see them feature better and better games, sporting superior graphics even to the Nintendo DS (but certainly not losing out to the Sony PSP either), and have grown to be...

iPhone production up to 21M in Q1, thanks to CDMA iPhone?

12/27/2010, The CDMA iPhone rumors just refuse to die off and now reports are in that Apple is rather optimistic for 2011. The company is reportedly planning to ship five to six million CDMA iPhones between January and March, and has also increased the production of...

Softbank offers NFC sticker for iPhone 4 in Japan

12/27/2010, With 2011 just around the corner and Google’s Nexus S featuring an NFC chip, many folks are speculating that 2011 may see a spike in interest in NFC technology. Of course, the technology is already pretty popular in Japan with its FeliCa payment system....

iOS update helps to save an old language

12/27/2010, The iPhone is capable of doing many things, but one thing you probably wouldn’t expect it to play a part in is the preservation of an old language. It has been discovered that Apple quietly added support for the American Indian Cherokee language as part...