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HTML-Based Phone 7 Demo Runs On Your Current Phone

Microsoft has now released an HTML-5 based demo page that can be used right from your iPhone or Android that will give you the chance to test drive their mobile OS.

Intel: Windows 8 Ultrabooks To Feature Touchscreens Soon

We already know that Windows 8 is going to be a platform that is simultaneously geared toward both tablets and regular PCs, but it has now been confirmed by Intel that you'll effectively being able to get both in one package with touchscreen-enabled Windows 8 ultrabooks.

RIM Continues Commitment To Its Signature Keyboard-Style Smartphones

We recently showed off the Blackberry London, an allegedly new phone from Blackberry that features a full-screen, the upcoming BBX OS, and no traditional...

Microsoft, HTC and Orange lend brand new phones to customers

Whenever you decide it's time for a new phone, whether because it's not working or you want the latest and fastest, there are likely some basic things you do. For example, you might do a ton of research on various phones before settling for a specific one. Then you might talk to the customer service reps at the mall to see what else they can tell you. While that's all fine and dandy and will help you in your quest, Microsoft, HTC and Orange are trying something a little different in Poland.

Video showdown: Windows 8 slate vs. iPad iOS 5

The desktop experience can be much like the tablet experience, which in turn is a blown-up version of what we're getting now with Windows Phone 7. So, how does the Windows 8 slate experience stack up against the iOS5 experience on the iPad?

Kensington AbsolutePower simultaneously triple charges a smartphone, tablet and laptop

The AbsolutePower is different, as this charger offers 100W of power and is compatible with a whole whack of products, including smartphones, tablets, and laptops.

Largest smartphone ever? HTC Titan with 4.7-inch LCD and Mango

One way to set off Windows Phone 7.5 Mango with a bang is to release the largest smartphone that your company has ever produced. That seems to be the strategy being taken with HTC, because here is the HTC Titan. It is indeed the largest smartphone from the Taiwanese company ever, boasting a godly (see what I did there?) 4.7-inch WVGA 480x800 pixel display.

Three new Nokia phones with Symbian Belle operating system unveiled

Moving forward, we thought that Nokia was largely dedicated to the Windows Phone 7 platform, but it looks like they're not quite ready to give up on Symbian just yet. In fact, they just created a new updated version called Symbian Belle and it's being offered in three new smartphones: the Nokia 600, Nokia 701, and the Nokia 700.

Facebook Messenger For Non-Facebook iPhone And Android Users

750 million users is far from being enough for Facebook. The company has recently launched a smartphone app called Facebook Messenger that allows mobile phone users who don’t necessarily have a profile use it.

FastSn0w jailbreak and unlock tool for iPhone released, untethered

It used to be so complicated if you wanted to unlock your iPhone it could be quite the mess to do the jailbreaking thing. Now, you can do so quickly and easily with something called FastSn0w. The tool is final and includes "that one-click-unlock feature from past releases."

Codename HTC Mazaa: The First RAW Capable Smartphone?

New photos have recently been leaked featuring the HTC Mazaa, an Android smartphone the company has kept away from prying eyes so far. The device allegedly incorporates a 12 Mp camera and can shoot in RAW mode, Eldar Murtazin, the well-known techster suggests. He is also the person who has offered the Mazaa name for HTC’s new device.

Windows Marketplace for Mobile hits 20,000 Apps

Though this looks good for the pending release of the “Mango” software update for the Windows Phone 7 this fall, Microsoft is stressing quality vs quantity when it comes to its app store

ASUS Introduces The Eee PC X101: PadPhone Tablet Dock Leaked

ASUS has recently introduced some of its new products: the PadFone and the super slim Eee PC X101 netbook. The netbook can run MeeGo or Windows 7 in dual-boot and is powered by an Intel 1.5GHz Oak Trail Atom processor bringing a 600 graphics GMA.

WP7 Mango to Get “Seamless” Windows Live Messenger Integration

When you have an Android smartphone, connecting with your friends via GChat is a pretty straightforward and seamless process. Microsoft wants to offer the same kind of idea, but within its Windows environment. That's why they're promising a "seamless, built-in texting and IM experience powered by Windows Live Messenger" on Windows Phone 7.

ZeroTouch’s Touchless Sensing Could Improve Smartphone Interaction

While touch-sensitive frames have been around for years, their size and responsiveness has been limited. A new prototype called ZeroTouch has been developed at Texas A&M University's Interface Ecology Lab, and creates more possibilities for interaction beyond typical interfaces like glass touch-screens on smartphones and laptops.

Smartphone Sales up 85% year-over-year with Android in the Lead

Gartner predicted that worldwide smartphone sales will reach 468 million units in 2011, with Android taking 38.5 per cent of the smartphone market. Gartner’s prediction sounds about right and might even be too low of an estimate when it comes to both smartphones and Android’s growth.

HTC Soars to Third Place in Smartphone Market Capitalization

It's not at all like HTC suddenly came out of left field. The Taiwanese company has been making smartphones well before anyone even knew of the HTC name, but Android has really helped to skyrocket this little engine that could to the top. In fact, it just surpassed Nokia in market capitalization.

Samsung Starts Mass Production of Transparent LCD Panels: Windows Are Billboards

A couple of months ago, I had the opportunity to check out the Samsung transparent AMOLED display at CES. That's just a prototype, but what about stuff that will eventually make it into the hands of real customers? Well, that's starting too, because Samsung has just started to mass produce some see-through screens.

Use Sn0wbreeze 2.3 to Jailbreak iOS 4.3 iDevices with Windows

That didn't take very long at all. The new iOS 4.3 was only put out there last week and there's already a jailbreak for it. Whether you're rocking iOS 4.3 on an iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad, or iPod touch, you can do the jailbreak on your choice of Windows or Mac.

No Tablet-Centric Windows OS Until At Least 2012

Despite what some of those slate sellers might lead you to believe, Windows 7 is pretty terrible for tablets. I don't care if you're only interested in enterprise customers; the interface just doesn't work for a finger-based usage and Microsoft kinda knows that. And that's why they're taking so bloody long to come up with an OS that works better for tablets.

Nielsen Breaks Down Smartphone Market Share by Brand and Age

So, in the battle royale involving a little green bot, a half-bitten produce, and some Canadian fruit, who reigns supreme? Nielsen has compiled its statistics for the period covering November 2010 to January 2011 and is presenting it in the form of a couple colorful stacked bar graphs.

Sage Mobile Payments adds credit card processing to phones and tablets

Artists at exhibits, vendors at trade shows, limo drivers at airports; nobody likes a missed sale. Which is exactly the problem Sage Software Inc. is looking to eliminate with today's launch of their new fee-free encrypted credit card payment device.

Dual-core HTC Pyramid superphone coming May 2011

So it seems that rumors are floating around about HTC releasing the first dual-core Android smartphone. It’s codenamed Pyramid, and it will feature a dual-core 1.2 GHz Snapdragon processor (MSM8260), 4.3 inch qHD display and support for HSPA+ networks. The device has been picked up by T-Mobile and has a target release date of May 2011.

Sneak peek at Intel Medfield smartphone platform

What you see here is a shot of Anand Chandrasekher holding a Medfield-powered phone. He's the VP and GM of the Intel Ultra Mobility Group.

Symbian grows, but Android takes over as top smartphone platform

For Q4, a total of 33.3 million Android smartphones were shipped. Compare that to the 31.0 million Symbian phones shipped by Nokia, the previous leader.

Sneak peek: Next-generation HTC flagship smartphone caught on camera

Not surprisingly, the details are super-sketchy at this point and nothing has been confirmed by the guys and gals at HTC, but here it is. A rogue photographer has managed to snap a few pictures of what we believe to be the next HTC flagship smartphone.

Rumor: Two Facebook branded smartphones set to debut at MWC

Up until now, Facebook has "only" been a social network. It spawned a huge number of apps, both desktop and mobile, but Zuckerberg's team hasn't really dabbled in hardware. Until now.

Google Cloud Print enables iPhone and iPad printing thanks to HTML5

So, you're on vacation on some brilliant beach, casually sipping on an umbrella drink when you get a phone call from your desperate co-worker back home. He needs the TPS report he sent you last week and he needs it right now.

Concept “tube” phone swaps its guts with cartridges

What if you could maintain the exact same outward appearance for your phone while completely upgrading its internals? Rogue designer Antoine Brieux is exploring precisely this idea with his HTC Tube smartphone concept.

Sony Ericsson sticking with Android smartphones for now

XPERIA X10. XPERIA Arc. XPERIA Play. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out that Sony Ericsson is very much cozying up with Google Android, but now the company has made it official. I wouldn't go so far as to say SE is putting a ring on it, but they are sounding pretty committed.

Lenovo IdeaPad U1 marries Android with Windows in 10-inch hybrid slate

Las Vegas has seen its share of uncommon and strange weddings over the years, but at CES 2011 Lenovo is playing technology matchmaker with their new Android-slate/Windows-PC hybrid.

Skype update allows video-calling over iPhone 3G

Up until yesterday the mobile Skype application had been limited with features and did not included video-calling like its desktop counterpart did. Skype released the latest update for the iPhone and iPod touch, among the improvements is the addition of video-calling for the iPhone 4, it allows a user to make video calls on either WiFi and or 3G network connections. Its ability to make video-calls over 3G is a surprise because Facetime from Apple is still restricted to making video-calls over WiFi.

MSI planning Windows tablets with Intel Oak Trail platform in Q1

MSI doesn't want to put all its tablet eggs in the same touchscreen basket. We already know that some ARM-based models with NVIDIA Tegra 2 (and Android 3.0 Honeycomb) are being planned, but it seems that MSI has some "Wintel" plans up its sleeve too.

Sony unveils PlayStation app for iPhone and Android, not all that it seems

I've got some good news and some bad news for all the PlayStation gamers in the audience. The good news is that Sony has formally come forward and announced the official PlayStation smartphone app. The bad news is that it's not at all what we're hoping it is.

Could Microsoft give a sneak peek of Windows 8 at CES?

Next month’s CES could be one of the most fascinating events to date, with a whole slew of new technologies emerging. An indicator from the last few months of products coming out of the vine, the 2011 CES' primary focus will be on tablets, as companies jostle for position to take on the market-leading iPad.

Toshiba tablets run the gamut: Windows, Android and Chrome OS variants at CES 2011

In business, it's not always a good idea to put all your eggs in one basket. It looks like Toshiba is really looking to hedge its bets when it decides to attack the tablet market early next year, because it has no fewer than three different tablet devices in the works. The kicker? One does Windows, another Android, and a third still with Chrome OS.

Going extra big with Acer 4.8-inch Android smartphone

Some people like their mobile phones to be a little more compact, but that trend has definitely swung in the other direction in recent years. "Slate" style smartphones are all the rage and Acer is prepared to go big rather than go home with its upcoming 4.8-inch monster.

Acer Android + Windows tablets unveiled alongside a dual screen hybrid

Some people may lead you to believe that the tablet market is already saturated with the Apple iPad and none of these other competitors are going to matter. I beg to differ. The market is just heating up and Acer has thrown its name into the arena with at least two Android powered tablets for next year.

Google comes to Winphone 7 as an app, not an option

Nearly every browser on the desktop, iPhone, or Blackberry, allows the user to choose their search engine. However, Windows Phone 7 has tied up with Bing as its default search engine, which means that Bing would block any attempt to browse using any other search engine from the start screen.

Viewsonic unveils the ViewPad 7 and dual-booting Windows/Android ViewPad 10

Viewsonic today officially announced they will be releasing two new tablet computers. The first the ViewPad 7, a 7” Android 2.2 tablet capable of 3.5G wireless. The second tablet is the ViewPad 10, featuring a 10.1” capacitive multi-touch display with LED backlight.

Google Mobile adds search for iPhone and Android apps

If you're using Google Mobile to search for things on your smartphone, there's a good chance you may be interested in two new special features.

Apple iPhone 4 gets GreenPois0n iOS 4.1 jailbreak

Did you upgrade to iOS 4.1 only to realize that there was no jailbreak available for it? Do you miss all of those unauthorized apps that you had previously? Fret not, my iPhone-touting friends, because now you have at least two options for breaking free of those shackles. It was only yesterday that we caught wind of the Limera1n jailbreak solution, and now today, you get another shot at the steel bars with the GreenPois0n tool.

Ballmer promises Windows-powered tablets before end of year

The Apple iPad has quickly become ubiquitous and Android tablets will surely enjoy some popularity too. Not to sit idly by, Steve Ballmer is quick to point out that Microsoft has its stake in this arena too. He's promising that the "new slates with Windows on them" will be shown off to world this Christmas.

First LTE smartphone from HTC scheduled for 2011 release

We have a couple of juicy tidbits for all the HTC smartphone enthusiasts in the audience. First, HTC has indeed confirmed that it has an LTE smartphone in the works, but it seems that this device will be slightly delayed in its launch. For now, the timetable is calling for a launch "some time in 2011."

Marvell’s 1.5GHz tri-core processor for tablets and smartphones

Marvell appears to have made the first tri-core mobile processor. These tri-core system-on-a-chip solutions will be clocked at an astounding 1.5GHz. We're hearing...

$800 Terrestar Genus satellite phone deployed on AT&T

We hear about world phones all the time, but very few will give you reception when you're in the middle of nowhere. For the truly hardcore, only the newly announced Terrestar Genus will do.

T-Mobile G2: First live look at the Android smartphone

Earlier this week we were teased with the pending availability of the T-Mobile G2 smartphone, how it was going to boast the new HSPA+ network, and a sad excuse of a teaser pic. Now, we're getting a live photo of what this upcoming Android device is actually going to look like.

Asus to launch first Eee Pad tablets with Windows 7 this year, Android to...

Is it a mistake that Asus plans to launch their first Eee Pad tablet on the Windows 7 platform? Asus is a company that likes to cover as many bases as possible, so it’s a natural move for them to release for the platform they can go to market quickest with, then fine tune things in other areas for other markets.

Synaptics announces suite of advanced multitouch displays for Windows 7/Android tablets

The Apple iPhone wasn't the first touchscreen cell phone, but it certainly popularized the format. The same thing is happening with the Apple iPad, and now there's much more demand for multitouch tablets than ever before. Capitalizing on this trend is Synaptics with its new line of displays

Windows 95 ported to Google Android devices

For some inane reason, the crazy kooks at XDA-Developers have decided to port over a version of Microsoft Windows 95 to the Google Android platform. Yes, it means we're going backwards in time about 15 years, but it means that you can relive your solitaire dreams on the go. There are actually two different versions of Windows 95 for Android floating about out there. There's one version that is quite slow (just like the original!) but is reasonably stable. The other version isn't all that stable (just like the original!), but it's a lot faster. Pick your poison.
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