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BioLock Android app hopes to make your Android device more secure

08/09/2010, Update: It seems that the BioLock app is fake, and it was never released to the masses. Sorry about it, guys! Sliding to unlock on your Android smartphone will soon be passe, thanks to Blue Planet Apps offering a newer dimension. We’re talking about...

Motorola Working To Fix Droid X Volume Issues

08/09/2010, Many folks who purchased the Motorola Droid X have complained about the volume of the ringer and speakerphone of the device, and the folks over at Motorola have heard and acknowledged the issue. In a post at the Motorola support forums, the company...

Motorola’s MOTOBLUR skin might be on its last legs

08/09/2010, Custom user interfaces (UIs) have been around for some time now, and back in the days of Windows Mobile, custom UIs were extremely useful to make the user experience a whole lot more enjoyable. As for the first few Android smartphones which rolled out on...

AT&T Microcell Not Working Well With iPhone 4?

08/09/2010, Reports are in that many users who are using AT&T’s 3G Microcell are experiencing some form of audio problems. Apparently the incoming sound will skip, making it rather difficult to understand the person that you’re talking to. While it...

No Net Neutrality for Wireless Networks?

08/09/2010, You might have heard that Verizon and Google were working on a net-neutrality deal recently. They came up with a proposal in which broadband providers could be penalized if they are discriminating/blocking against particular types of...

Verizon Wireless 2010/2011 Roadmap Details Leaked

08/09/2010, The folks over at Boy Genius have managed to get hold of some juicy details of Verizon’s plans for the future. The details include a Motorola Droid Pro, Samsung and Motorola Android-powered tablets, and LTE data pricing information. In a nutshell,...

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Goes Official On AT&T

08/09/2010, It’s taken some time to arrive, but the patient folks are going to be rewarded as Sony Ericsson has just launched its Xperia X10 Android-powered phone in the US via AT&T. The device will be hitting AT&T on August 15th, will be bundled with a...

Netflix looks into official Android app

08/09/2010, The Android platform could very well be where the next Netflix app appears on, enabling one to enjoy movies as well as TV shows straight on their Android-powered devices. Of course, there is the point to consider where the display size of your typical...

Flex Display Phone Can Enlarge Its Display

08/09/2010, When you’re typing those long emails on the go, you’d normally want a large display so you won’t have to squint. Instead of carrying around a large tablet device, a Taiwanese designer has come up with the Flex Display Phone concept,...

More details on the Motorola Droid 2

08/09/2010, While we know that the Motorola Droid 2 will retail for $199 on contract and $599 if you decide to purchase it as a standalone device, here are more details on this Android-powered smartphone that might end up influencing your purchase decision –...

T-Mobile offers BlackBerry 9300 Curve 3G

08/09/2010, With news of the BlackBerry 9300 Curve 3G being made official today, here is news of a mobile carrier offering it to the masses. T-Mobile will be bringing the 9300 Curve 3G in due time, although there is still no word on how much it will be priced. Being...

Oman will not ban BlackBerry services

08/09/2010, The tiny Gulf state known as Oman will not ban the BlackBerry, which goes to show that not all countries in the Middle East are paranoid enough to discontinue the BlackBerry Messenger service due to alleged security reasons. While Saudi Arabia is...

BlackBerry Curve 9300 3G comes with OS 6.0

08/09/2010, At last, the second BlackBerry that runs on OS 6.0 has just been released officially, coming in the form of the BlackBerry Curve 9300. Of course, you will also get 3G connectivity with this to help keep you connected speedily at all times. This is an...