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Nokia N95 gets even more expensive

04/11/2007, When the uber powerful Nokia N95 was released recently, it caused grown men to cry with its hefty $750 price tag. That figure pales in comparison to the $4,250 that you will need to part with if you want to get a special edition N95 Spy Phone that enables...

Samsung Blackjack Review

04/09/2007, I have been playing with the Cingular Samsung BlackJack (aka SGH-i607) for some time now, so I’ll tell you what I think of it. The device has a great design and is one of the smallest Windows Mobile Smartphone with a QWERTY keyboard. Size is usually...

Sony Ericsson working on game handset?

04/04/2007, Word on the grapevine has it that Sony Ericsson will be working on a new set of game-centric cellphones, offering a bunch of multimedia functions and an interface similar to the PSP. I suppose this will create a “third pillar” in handheld...

Sanyo SCP-7050 tough and beautiful

03/28/2007, Rugged phones are pretty impressive when you think about their sturdy built but are pretty ugly in the looks department – thankfully the Vision Phone SCP-7050 is a tough beauty. A rubberized coating gives you a firm grip no matter where you place...

New CDMA handsets from HTC

03/28/2007, One glance at the HTC S720 and P4000 and you would get a feeling of deja vu. We can’t blame you for that since the S720 is actually a CDMA version of the HTC Vox (also known as the S710) that was on display at 3GSM last month. The S720 will ship...

Java Platform 8 announced

03/27/2007, Sony Ericsson recently announced its first cellphone that supports the Mobile Services Architecture (MSA) in the form of the Z750. The MSA umbrella standard (JSR-248) aims to reduce the fragmented Java community by taking a two-pronged approach – it...

Dopod U1000 unboxing session

03/21/2007, The people at On The Go Solutions are kind enough to share with us their unboxing experience of the recently arrived Dopod U1000 (also known as the HTC X7500 or Advantage). At first glance, one will notice that the box of the Dopod U1000 is larger and...

Cigarette phone a boon to smokers

03/21/2007, The cellphone manufacturer who came up with the idea of a Cigarette phone must be commended for its ingenuity. This unique dual band GSM handset looks more like a toy than anything else, coming in the exact dimensions as a cigarette box. Sliding the...

Motorola MC70 now supports EVDO

03/19/2007, Motorola has recently lifted the veil on a CDMA-EVDO version of the MC70 Enterprise Digital Assistants (EDA) which complements the existing GSM/EDGE version beautifully. This robust and rugged handheld mobile computer comes with multi-mode wireless...

PerCushion concept Bluetooth headset

03/18/2007, Now this is one Bluetooth headset that definitely puts you in a relaxed mood during your banter over the phone. Known as the PerCushion, this 66cm long cotton velvet cushion with a soft inner foam core can be hooked up to your cellphone via Bluetooth,...

MotoMING A1200 Review by Ubergizmo

03/17/2007, By guest editor Steven Nersesian This offering from Motorola clearly represents the direction that Motorola is heading after their disastrous, albeit profitable and brand building, release of the RAZR line. Sorry to hang more s*%t on the RAZR but if it...

Pantech thin slider phone with DMB TV

03/15/2007, Pantech has harnessed the power of magnetic levitation (yes, the same principle used in transporting thousands of people on bullet trains every day) by integrating it inside a cellphone. This super slim slider measures at only 9.9mm thick will be able to...

Asus P526 wants to get friendly with all

03/14/2007, If you have taken a look at the Asus A626 and wished it came with cellphone functionality, Asus has already granted that wish by unleashing the P526 smartphone. Running on the latest Windows Mobile 6.0 operating system, users are given the chance to stay...

Shops carrying Nokir E828 sued

03/14/2007, The infamous Nokia N73 clone has apparently moved enough units to capture Nokia’s suits, and the Finnish phone manufacturer is now going after extremely small shops in Hong Kong that carry the Nokir E828 (read review) after realizing that...