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  • Review: T-Mobile MyTouch 3G Slide

    Short Version: A long, long time ago, I can still remember, how the MyTouch 3G’s touchscreen used to make me cry. And I knew that if they had their chance, that T-Mobile could add a keyboard, and maybe we’d be happy for a while. And how May/June made me shiver because T-Mobile has delivered – a MyTouch with a keyboard as useful as a Sidekick’s. Read More

  • LG will launch 20 Android phones this year

    We all know that the Android tsunami is upon us, but I still find it amazing just how many devices are being released by manufacturers. Today, LG announced that it will launch not 5, not 10, but 20 Android handsets by the end of this year. 20. Read More

  • Droid Incredible finally rooted for real… kinda

    Have you sat frustrated as Android device after Android device fell to the power of the root, while your HTC Incredible sat there, lamenting its legitimacy? Have no fear! Your root is here! …kind of. Read More

  • iPhone 4's screen may be tough, but don't think that it's shatter proof

    I’m sure we all know at least 2 or 3 people that have accidentally dropped their iPhone and watched in horror as the screen shattered into so many tiny pieces. It may have even happened to you. So, I’m sure you were pleased when Apple showed off how tough the new screen on the upcoming iPhone 4 was. I mean, they bent it like 30 degrees, fer cryin’ out loud! That’s like… Read More

  • All T-Mo phones free on June 19? What is this sorcery?

    According to TMoNews, apparently all phones purchased under the family plan will not actually be purchased – they’ll be free. Read More

  • iBroadway: Broadway goes mobile

    Described as “Fandango for Broadway”, the new iBroadway app for iPhone launched today. Core features include details on performance venues, schedules, ticketing information and even discounts on some of the most popular shows. Reviews, synopses and cast information are available, as are links to purchase soundtracks and cast recordings in the iTunes store. The launch sponsor for… Read More

  • Moto Droid, T-Mobile myTouch 3G to get Android 2.2

    It’s getting harder and harder to keep track of which Android handsets are running on any given version of the platform — but if you’re making an effort to do so, we’ve got two impending amendments for you. Read More

  • Google's free turn-by-turn Navigation launches in Canada, Germany, and 9 other countries

    First person to name the movie in the comments below gets an e-Highfive. Hallo, Bonjour, Ciao, and Hallå! We’ve got good news for all of our European (and Canadian!) readers — or at least, those of you running an Android device on v1.6 or higher. If you’re in Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, or Switzerland, go boot… Read More

  • Video: Nexus One hacked to shoot 720p video

    You really gotta love the peeps over at XDA. The latest in their long list of awesome achievements is a hack that brings the ability to shoot 720p video on the Nexus One. Read More

  • Video: BlackBerry 9670 clamshell and BB OS 6.0 demoed

    While not the first video appearance of our peculiar clamshell friend, the BlackBerry 9670, this latest hands-on is the most extensive. Clocking in at a combined 12 minutes, Driphter have uploaded two videos of the new device, which I’ve embedded for you, after the break. Read More

  • Sprint "inadvertently overstated" launch day sales of the HTC EVO 4G

    Remember when Sprint said the total number of HTC EVO 4G devices sold on its launch day was three times the number of Samsung Instinct and Palm Pre devices sold over their first three days on the market combined, last Monday? Yeah, that didn’t really happen. The company now admits it had “inadvertently overstated” the launch day sales of the HTC phone, and that in reality it… Read More

  • LinkPush: Chrome-to-Phone for the rest of us (those not on Android 2.2)

    One of the neat-o features introduced in Android 2.2 (or Froyo) is “Chrome-to-Phone”, which gives the ability to take what you’re viewing in the Google Chrome browser (on your PC/Mac [edit: or Linux box!]), and push it straight to your Froyo phone. I’ve not yet seen this in person, though, because I’m stuck on a pre-Froyo build of Android. Which sucks. But today… Read More

  • Leaked shot shows blurry Droid 2?

    I’m not sure, in this day and age, how anyone is able to take such incredibly blurry spy shots. I mean, noisy sure, a little blur here and there, sure. But so much so that it looks like vaseline on the lens? How?! Regardless of the answer to that little mystery, this incomparably blurry shot put up over at Droid-Life seems to show a new Motorola model, A955, which designation was spotted… Read More

  • Sprint EVO 4G sells out online, nation wide

    Selling out of a new device in one or two real stores is one thing — they generally only have 20 or 30 handsets to begin with. But running out of stock for your online storefront? That’s an impressive feat. With that said: If you were planning on running home from work today and ordering yourself an EVO, you might want to take a deep breath before clicking through the jump. Read More

  • Are you eligible for an iPhone 4 upgrade? Here's how to check

    Love it or hate it, the new iPhone is coming on June 24th. For a lot of people, that means it’s time to shell out a fat wad of cash to get their latest gadget fix. Just how fat said wad of cash is, however, depends on various factors, including (but not limited to): your monthly bill total, when you bought your device, the weather, your birth stone, and whether or not you can wink your… Read More

  • How to test iOS 4.0 right now

    If you’re the excitable type, you may want to try the iOS 4.0 Gold Master right now. This is probably the most dangerous thing you can do to your phone aside from run over it with a car, so don’t say we didn’t warn you. There are many sources, obviously, so do a Google search. Read More

  • Mysterious UFO sightings across the US hint at Samsung Galaxy S release

    Reports of UFO sightings in offices across the US have sprung up today. The UFOs seem to be broadcasting some kind of code. If there are any cryptanalysts out there, let’s see if you can crack it: Samsung Galaxy S Landing Soon I’m at a loss. Read More

  • Yoohoo, developers: iOS 4 GM and iTunes 9.2 beta are now being seeded

    As they like to say, the headline says it all. Go get your SDK on… as long as you have an eligible device. Note: you need both in order to sync, and registration is apparently being enforced. Read More

  • Side-By-Side: Just how much better does the iPhone 4's display look?

    Man! Just minutes ago, I was having trouble explaining just how damned good the iPhone 4’s display looks in person. Then I remembered this shot. Read More

  • Exclusive: Full Resolution iPhone 4 screenshots

    It’s hard to state just how glorious the iPhone 4’s new display is. I’ll make a valiant attempt at it in my first impressions post later — but in the mean time, take a gander at these screenshots. Pulled straight off of an iPhone 4 and kept at their native resolution, these properly portray just how many pixels Apple has managed to pack into the iPhone 4’s… Read More