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ZTE Unveils first high-end HSDPA/TD-SCDMA phone

October 1st, 2008

The ZTE U990 (not to be confused with the LG U990), the world’s first high-end HSDPA-TD-SCDMA phone, has been unveiled by ZTE Corp. in China. Using HSDPA, the device is capable of transferring data at the rate of 2.8Mbps — not too shabby, and apparently the fastest capable on a TD-SCDMA network (a network which …

T-Mobile G1 unboxed and on video

October 1st, 2008

TmoNews has gotten hold of some pictures of the T-Mobile G1 and there are plenty of shots for all to see! The device isn’t scheduled to launch until October 22, but someone has managed to grab a box and crack it open for the drooling masses. The pics are just a teaser for things to …

Adobe confirms Flash for iPhone, Apple says when

September 30th, 2008

One of the biggest gripes about the iPhone is its lack of Flash support (and believe us, that is a huge deal). Now, after waiting so friggin’ long, Adobe has officially confirmed that Flash is pretty much ready to go. This can open up the floodgates to new applications and developers who were hoping to …

LG KC780 makes their own 8MP camera, and thinner!

September 30th, 2008

Not to be outdone by their Korean competitor, LG is whipping out their own 8 megapixel camera with the KC780. They’re also calling this one the thinnest 8MP camera that can be had – so if it’s going to be any thinner than the Samsung Pixon M8800, they’ll have to shave it below 13.8mm. Though …

Nokia is ditching business market and focusing on consumers

September 30th, 2008

Nokia announced yesterday that it is reallocating its resources and selling assets focused on the business and enterprise market. They are planning on stopping the research and development of business solutions and enterprise mail. Surprising, since Mail for Exchange 2.7 had just been released not long ago – which would lead some to believe that …

HTC set to sell 13 – 15 million smartphones by year’s end

September 30th, 2008

Apparently unaffected by the economy, HTC is predicting it will sell 13 to 15 million phones before 2008 is over. The majority of these phones are Windows Mobile devices, clearly a favorite of many business users and those who want alternatives to other handsets. Interestingly enough, they are expecting to sell only 200,000 Google/Android phones …

Motorola’s Armani Phone: The designers just won’t quit!

September 29th, 2008

Did you vomit in your mouth just a little? Yeah, so did we. One would think that Emporio Armani would have learned its lesson from the lambasting it took for its Samsung Night Effect, but they’re admirably persistent. We wonder what kind of deal was struck up between Motorola (who probably snubbed Dolce & Gabana …

A Whole Lotta Samsungs coming to AT&T

September 29th, 2008

There are a slew of new Samsung devices coming to AT&T pretty soon, most of which have already been rumored here, but now some of the phones have been semi-confirmed. First off is the long-rumored Blackjack III or i907 which is for release on October 21. It seems that the Blackjack III will be very …

Blackberry Bold release date at Best Buy

September 28th, 2008

One of the biggest questions on everyone’s mind (well, almost everyone) is: when the hell is the Bold coming to the U.S.? Well, we got our hands on this image showing a release date of October 26, 2008 in Best Buy’s system. That means it will likely be out a week or two before it …

Palm Treo Pro unlocked hits the streetz

September 28th, 2008

If you were itching for one of these but couldn’t wait for it to make its debut on a North American carrier, you can now snag one unlocked for the healthy price of $549 on Palm’s website. Otherwise, it’s likely that AT&T will pick it up and sell it to you for a nice subsidized …