A Sprint Bound Galaxy Note II Becomes Official

  The Samsung Galaxy Note is surely the leader in the phablet market. A long time ago when full touch screen devices were on their rise to prominence the oversized paradigm reared its ugly face to the disappointment of many. The Dell Streak was one of the more notable early entries into the space and unfortunately ...

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The Motorola Droid M Gets Real and Affordable

The Motorola RAZR line up of phones is synonymous with the word cell phone. The original RAZR took the market by storm when its super slim flipper style build was made readily available to the masses. Shortly after the success of the original RAZR, a whole family of RAZR devices began sprouting up. After a ...

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If HTC Has its Way, Sense UI Will Appear on WP7

Do you really want HTC Sense on your WP7 smartphone?

You have to give it to smart phone manufacturers—they really think they know best. Cue HTC’s latest statements that it thinks it will eventually be allowed by Microsoft to customize the Windows Phone 7 operating system. And here I thought at least WP7 would keep the endless customization attempts of manufacturers at bay. “We have a ...

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Android OS 2.3 ‘Gingerbread’ Gets Color Fixes, Lots More than Just NFC

‘Gingerbread’ might not be the ‘Honeycomb’ Android update that we all want but don’t think for a minute that it’s just a minor patch to hold everyone over until Android 3.0 comes out. One of the most exciting features new to Android coming in 2.3 Gingerbread is NFC or near field communication technology support for ...

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Sneak Peak at BlackBerry OS 6’s Home Screen

The guys and girls up at Research In Motion sure do like to tease us. Information about BlackBerry OS 6’s redesigned home screen been posted on the company blog and it’s quite juicy. Readers may note that it looks eerily similar to a couple of other operating systems they might be familiar with, but thankfully, ...

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