How typical iPhone, Android, and BlackBerry users see eachother

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They say that perception is 95% of reality. The trouble is that everyone’s perception is a little different and there are few places where this is more evident than among smartphone evangelists. Are you an Apple fanboy (or fangirl)? Well, other people don’t see you in the same way that you see yourself.

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IPEVO “iconic” battery charger keeps things interesting

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The Mophie Juice Pack is far too streamlined, you’ll hardly notice it’s there compared to the “iconic” charger. A small indicator letting you know the iPhone is charging is so dated, with the iconic charger, you’ll get the full charging experience by a gradual green light moving its way up towards the iPhone – one […]

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Nissan’s Twinzy EV concept: Smart Car meets golf cart?

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This vehicle is basically a rebadged Renault Twinzy with a sticker reminding us of its zero emission nature. Nissan says that it can be used for “seamless mobility service” and for “two-mode EV car sharing.” Basically, it’s a short commuter with a presumed range of 25 to 40 miles or so.

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Honda’s six speed CR-Z hybrid test drive

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Hybrid cars have a certain reputation around them. When some see a Toyota Prius, there is a preconceived notion of who the driver is. A general assumption follows for what’s under the hood; hybrids are largely gutless and not at all appropriate for the performance enthusiasts in the audience (ok, we’re not talking Tesla-class obviously). Honda wants to change that perception, at least for the “average consumer” model.

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Zuckerberg puts Facebook phone rumors to rest

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Facebook remains an online platform and an online platform alone. During a Facebook Mobile event, Mark Zuckerberg announced that the company has no plans to make a so-called Facebook phone. They’re not doing hardware whatsoever.

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Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro at fido, $275 outright

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Believe it or not, there are still people out there who don’t want a smartphone. They don’t want a full data plan, but they may still be interested in some smartphone-like functionality. That’s where something like the new Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro would come into play.

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View Adobe Flash on iPhone (iOS) thanks to Skyfire 2.0

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Got an iPhone or an iPod touch? Mildly frustrated by the lack of Flash support on your favorite iOS device? As it turns out, that could soon be changing with an interesting workaround. Even more interesting, the solution is apparently Apple approved too.

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Android on the cheap: Four new T-Mobile smartphones starting at $10

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In the third quarter of this year, Google Android was installed on nearly half of all smartphones purchased in the United States. Sales were largely fueled by the higher-end offerings, like the HTC EVO 4G, but T-Mobile has some more affordable options for you this holiday season.

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Unlocked Palm Pre 2 to be sold directly from HP

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Digging the prospects of the new Palm Pre 2 but not exactly a fan of the carrier service contract? Fret not. It seems that HP is following in the footsteps of Google and Nokia, because it will be selling the unlocked GSM version of the Palm Pre 2 directly to consumers.

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PSA: Don’t rely on phone alarms around DST changes

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Many people have long since ditched standalone products that their cell phones have replaced. You might not have an iPod anymore, because you have an iPhone, for example. However, you won’t want to rely on that iPhone to wake you up in the morning.

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Android dominates Q3 smartphone sales in US

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It’s true. We were told that 2010 was going to be the year of the Android and that promise is holding up. The NPD Group just released its findings for the third quarter of this year and Google Android absolutely dominated the sales figures.

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