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Kelly Hodgkins

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Android 2.2 and 2.1 with Sense ported to the HTC HD2

July 15th, 2010

It’s the epitome of cruel irony- folks who were brave enough to score one of the last Windows Mobile handsets are enjoying the latest OS Android has to offer while the rest of Android world waits idly for Froyo to land on their non-Nexus One handsets. HTC HD2 owners need to look no further than xda-developers to discover …

Nokia the first to get approval from China for its online mapping service

July 15th, 2010

Good news for Nokia, as the Finnish company is slated to be the first company to receive approval from China for its online mapping service. Nokia submitted an application for its Ovi Maps when a new Chinese law requiring regulatory approval for all online mapping services went into effect in June 2010. According to a representative …

LogMeIn Ignition now available for $30 in the Android Market

July 14th, 2010

LogMeIn Ignition, the mobile client for the popular LogMeIn remote access service, has made its official debut in the Android market. Available initially as a free beta, the full version was made available on Wednesday for a pricey $30. Similar to the iPhone version, LogMeIn Ignition for Android lets users control a remote Mac or …

Arcade version of new Xbox 360 Slim leaked by Amazon Germany

July 14th, 2010

Amazon’s German website leaked the initial details on the rumored Arcade edition of the the new, slim Xbox 360. According to the product listing page, the Arcade version will sport 4GB of flash memory, a €149 ($189 USD) price tag, and is projected to launch on August 20th. The timing of the launch is apropos as the …

Apple acquires web-based mapping company Poly9

July 14th, 2010

A report in the Wednesday edition of the French Canadian news site cyberpresse.ca suggests that Apple has acquired Poly9, a Canadian company that develops a web-based mapping program. According to the report, Poly9 has shuttered its Canadian office and pulled down its website. All of Poly9’s employees have been relocated to Apple’s Cupertino campus and …

Verizon to have sufficient inventory for the Droid X launch

July 14th, 2010

With supplies of the HTC EVO 4G and the Droid Incredible non-existant, it was not surprising to see rumors floating around that the Droid X would experience a similar shortage when it launches on July 15th. Our own sources have confirmed many stores will have 50-100 Droid X handsets good to go with more (30k …

Details on Intel's next generation Sandy Bridge processors leak

July 14th, 2010

In its first quarter 2010 earnings conference call in April, Intel confirmed that it is working on its next generation of computer processors. Codenamed Sandy Bridge, these 32nm processors are the expected successor to the current generation Nehalem processors and are slated to hit full production later this year. Though Intel has remained silent on …

Battery issue to delay the launch of the Motorola Charm?

July 14th, 2010

A rumor out of TmoNews suggests that the newly announced Motorola Charm may be delayed before it even gets out of the starting gate. The handset is reportedly experiencing issues with the battery that are serious enough to force Motorola and T-Mobile to delay the launch of the Android handset until August. Under the same …