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Kelly Hodgkins

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Google cancels the Chinese launch of two new Android handsets

January 19th, 2010

Google’s Android mobile platform is now officially caught in the crossfire in the major row between Google and the Chinese government. Google played its Android card by announcing Tuesday morning that it is postponing the January 20th launch of two new Google Experience handsets with China Unicom. Google reportedly felt it was “irresponsible” to release …

HTC Supersonic to hit Sprint with WiMAX on board?

January 18th, 2010

A few weeks ago, we saw the HTC A9292 makes its debut on a leaked Sprint inventory list. Dubbed a WiMAX candybar, the A9292 is rumored to be the HTC Supersonic, an Android-powered beast with specs worthy of its codename. The Supersonic was tipped to include a 4.3-inch LCD display, Android 2.1 with Sense UI, …

Novatel MiFi Mobile Hotspot security vulnerabilities uncovered?

January 17th, 2010

Novatel’s MiFi Mobile Hotspot, sold by both Verizon Wireless and Sprint as the MiFi 2200, may have multiple security vulnerabilities which would allow a remote user to access the GPS location of your device and change the wireless settings of your MiFi, effectively terminating your internet connection and forcing you to reset your device back …

Palm Pre Plus and Pixi Plus pricing made public?

January 16th, 2010

With little over a week before launch, the pricing for the Palm Pre Plus and Pixi Plus has apparently been leaked. According to an anonymous tipster, Verizon Wireless will be matching the prices of the Sprint Palm Pre and Pixi by offering the improved Palm Pre Plus for $149 after a $100 mail in rebate …

Rogers halts all sales of the HTC Dream due to 911-GPS issue

January 16th, 2010

A few weeks ago, Rogers decided not to upgrade the aging HTC Dream to Android 2.0 but offered existing owners the opportunity to switch to the HTC Magic for free in a limited time promotion. We thought this would end all controversy surrounding the Dream but, alas, the saga of the Rogers’ Dream is not …

AT&T goes head to head with Verizon, drops prices on its unlimited plans

January 15th, 2010

You knew it was coming but, wow, that was fast. The same day Verizon Wireless announced its new unlimited plans (and a day after we leaked it), AT&T also announced that it is dropping its Unlimited Talk plan to $69.99 monthly for individuals and $119 for Family Talk customers (two lines), matching Verizon’s latest unlimited …