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Kelly Hodgkins

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Sony Ericsson confirms that it will update the X10 past Android 1.6

February 9th, 2010

In a rather lengthy blog post, Sony Ericsson explained its decision to launch its long awaited Android offering, the X10, with Android 1.6 instead of the newer Android 2.1. In a nutshell, Sony Ericsson is not focused on the version of the OS as much as it is the total UI package offered by Android …

RIM prevails over Motorola in UK patent case

February 8th, 2010

Motorola has been going toe and toe with RIM over alleged patent infringement both here in the US and across the pond in the UK. Motorola’s UK case focused on BIS and BES technologies, claiming that the two messaging systems infringe upon patents that Motorola holds for an RF-based message communication system. In ruling against …

Dell Inspiron Mini 10 netbook to offer WiMAX option?

February 7th, 2010

Dell’s popular Mini 10 netbook may be adding WiMAX to its long list of connectivity options as the latest iteration, model 1012, was spotted at the FCC rocking the Intel WiMAX/WiFi link 6250 chipset. The Mini 10 is highly customizable with the base computer including a 10.1 inch widescreen display with an HD resolution option, …

Windows Mobile 7 details emerge?

February 7th, 2010

The folks at PPCGeeks and MobileTechWorld got their hands on what they claim are some of the initial details on Windows Mobile 7. Without citing any sources other than their inbox, both websites claim that Windows Mobile 7 will be introduced at MWC 2010 on February 15th in Barcelona. The official unveiling will reportedly focus …

Unannounced MacBook Pro with Core i7 processor spotted at GeekBench

February 6th, 2010

An eagle-eyed forum member of MacRumors uncovered the benchmark results supposedly of an unreleased MacBook Pro with a Core i7 M 620 processor under the hood. The MacBook was listed with the not yet seen before model identifier of 6,1 and was running an unreleased build of Mac OS 10.6.2 ((Build 10C3067). The MacBook scored …

Seesmic for Android updated, multiple account support now available

February 5th, 2010

Seesmic updated its Android twitter client yesterday and added multiple account support with cross-posting to its list of features. Seesmic also added several smaller user requested features including an extra large font size, auto-correction of typing, automatic profile updates, on device twitter password management and optional timeline position memory so you jump back to the …