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AT&T offering refurbished HTC Fuze models for free

April 25th, 2009

The high end Windows Mobile handset dubbed Fuze by AT&T is currently available on the website with a hefty $499 discount, bringing the price down to an even $0. Refurbished, that is. As always, the purchase of a refurbished phone at a basement price will require a 2–year contract and new activation. If you are …

HTC Touch Pro now available from U.S. Cellular

April 21st, 2009

Amidst a less-than-impressive lineup, U.S. Cellular has finally launched the HTC Touch Pro and kicked its smartphone offering up a notch or two. Earlier this month we reported that the Touch Pro was making its way to this scrappy young carrier but things were still at rumor status. Now that it’s here, we can likely …

Firefox Mobile coming to HTC Touch Pro as soon as next week

January 27th, 2009

Windows Mobile users have a lot going for them lately but truth be told, most of the good news still falls in the rumor category for the time being. Windows Mobile 6.5 might be introduced at MWC but we don’t know for sure. We also don’t even know if it will be worth the wait. …

2009 Rogers / Fido roadmap leaked, leads to smartphone heaven

December 25th, 2008

Just because it’s Christmas doesn’t mean that the mobile phone industry is safe from leaks. HoFo user clearskies08 has posted pictures which are purported to be from an internal Rogers and Fido flagship presentation. They reveal all of the flagship smartphones that the two carriers plan to release in 2009. Virtually every single phone in …

Unlock GPS on the Verizon Wireless Touch Pro

December 22nd, 2008

Verizon Touch Pro owners who do not want to wait until “the first half of 2009” for Verizon to unlock the GPS on their mobile phones can head on over to PPC Geeks for some detailed instructions by lllboredlll (with some help from gc14) on how to do it now. The procedure involves installing a …

Possible images of HTC Touch Pro running BlackBerry Application Suite

December 16th, 2008

Assuming this is real, which it may not be, you might just be looking at the greatest thing to happen to Windows Mobile since – umm – ever. Sometime back in 2007, news of an upcoming software solution surfaced that would allow Windows Mobile users to emulate the BlackBerry OS and grant them access to …