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T106i-WIFI – cheap and good

09/01/2009, Very rarely do the qualities cheap and good go together, but it seems as though the T106i-WIFI fits the bill perfectly. This Wi-Fi enabled handset will feature Bluetooth connectivity, Java support, TV, touchscreen navigation and dual digital cameras on...

Nokia Alvin approved by the FCC

08/31/2009, While we were looking at the Nokia N900 video ad, the FCC has approved the Nokia Alvin, a mysterious handset represented by the silhouette above. Here’s what’s known about Alvin: 32MB of internal storage WCDMA 900/1900/2100Mhz Bluetooth WiFi...

HTC Touch Pro 2 is heading to Sprint

08/31/2009, Sprint users will finally have a chance to get their hands on one of the best Windows Mobile phone from HTC: the Touch Pro 2. HTC has improved upon its TouchFlo user interface to hide as much of Windows Mobile 6.1 as possible so that users can really...

Dell Mini 3 versus iPhone photo

08/31/2009, You saw it coming and you’ve seen the Dell mini 3 specifications already, but that’s the first time that we see a good front facing picture of the Dell Mini 3 next to an iPhone. We can’t say that Dell did a good job on maximizing the...

Nokia N900 Advertising hits, and it’s cool

08/31/2009, Nokia has released a video ad for the Nokia N900 tablet (it’s really a handset, but Nokia insists on calling it a tablet). The video shows how the Maemo user interface works and right now, it looks pretty cool. Of course that’s the point of...

FCC approves trio of handsets

08/31/2009, The FCC just gave their nod of approval to three new handsets that will make their mark via T-Mobile USA, featuring 850/1900 GSM and WCDMA 1700 connectivity. They are the Nokia RM-509 (also known as the 3710a), Nokia RM-511 and Motorola T56KV1. The first...

Samsung Application Store

08/31/2009, We’ve always maintained that value is in the software, which is why the Apple App Store has exploded since it was introduced, with BlackBerry attempting to follow up as well. Samsung’s Application Store also plays on the same premise, where...

Verizon to offer $50 Storm

08/31/2009, Verizon will be offering the BlackBerry Storm at a price that would send late adopters wild – it is going for just $49.99 as long as you decide to tie yourself down to a 2-year contract with RIM’s only and first touchscreen capable handset....

Nokia 3208c targets Chinese market

08/31/2009, Nokia’s 3208c will follow in the footsteps of the 6208c by targeting the Chinese market, featuring a touchscreen display, stylus for folks who don’t like using their fingers, and handwriting recognition to get those ideograms stored safely...

Palm Eos and 16GB Pre spotted

08/31/2009, No, we don’ t mean the actual device itself, but a couple of SKUs have made their way in Verizon databases – first off the P120 which is also presumed to be the updated Palm Pre that sports 16GB of internal memory, while the C40 is widely...

New Palm phones at Sprint codenamed P120 and C40

08/31/2009, Wireless carriers internal databases have been a great source of leaks recently. The last peek at Sprint’s internal system reveals the P120 and C40 Palm phones. The Palm Pre is codenamed P100, so it’s not far-fetched to believe that...

iPhone to spread to other U.S carriers within one year

08/31/2009, While many have switched to AT&T just to get the iPhone, many more are anxiously waiting for another carrier to sell it. Gene Munster at Piper Jaffray believes that within a year, iPhones will make their way to other U.S carriers. There is proof...

BlackBerry desktop manager 5.1.16+ has tethering

08/31/2009, Starting from version 5.1.16, BlackBerry Desktop Manager features an IP Modem menu that will help you setup your BlackBerry as a wireless modem for your laptop. At the moment 5.1.16 is just a leak, but it should make its way to the official BlackBerry...

US wireless consumers pay the most, but do they get the most? (No)

08/29/2009, The US seems to be leading in highest average monthly costs at $53 while Sweden and Finland record the lowest average at $11 for service costs. Interestingly, the US has only 83% penetration with 263 million subscribers while Sweden and Finland record...