First Look at BlackBerry Pearl 9100 Stratus Smartphone

It’s easy to get excited over the newest entries in the BlackBerry line of smartphones, but there has been a definite focus as of late on the QWERTY devices and on the touchscreen Storm line. What about SureType and the trusty old Pearl candybar? Some people want the full Berry experience in a more compact […]

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Samsung “bada” Joins Army of Open Mobile Platforms

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Going through the smartphone market, you’ll find more than a few options when it comes to different platforms. Apple has its own iPhone OS. RIM does the BlackBerry thing. Microsoft offers Windows Mobile and Google has that Android thing. Well, Samsung wants in on this game too. It’s not like Samsung is new to the […]

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Cell Phone Inventor No Fan of Smartphones, Universality

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We should all thank Dr. Martin Cooper each and every day. If it wasn’t for this fine gentleman, we would have never been able to carry workable phones in our hip holsters. However, it seems that Dr. Cooper has fallen behind on the times, because he dislikes the iPhone and other smartphones. He wants them […]

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Sony Ericsson Rachael Officially Unveiled as XPERIA X10

How does that saying go? Something about a rose by any other name? This highly anticipated handset has gone through several different names in its storied past, being known as the Sony Ericsson Rachael at one point and the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X3 at another point. Well, it’s got an official name now and it’s […]

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Motorola MILESTONE: Europe Gets Its Moto Droid Too

The phone that we once knew as the Sholes and the Tao is finally growing up. We already know that Verizon Wireless will be getting the Motorola DROID to launch its line of Google Android smartphones, but what about our friends over in Europe? Well, they’re getting a version of the DROID as well and […]

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Samsung OMNIA II Official Mobile Device of 2010 Olympics

There are all sorts of official this and official that for the upcoming 2010 Winter Olympic Games. Well, it’s time to add another one to the list, because Bell Mobility has announced that the Samsung OMNIA II will be the official mobile device of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games. We already knew that Bell […]

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Ultimate Sub-$100 “Webphones” from Rogers Fight Back

Rogers has been able to enjoy quite the healthy GSM monopoly in Canada for a number of years, but some heavy competition is just around the corner. Naturally, the suits at Rogers need to come up with sommething to respond to these new entrants and they’re doing it with “webphones” priced at under $100 each. […]

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Emblaze Else Intuition Loadded with Beautiful Linux OS

In the battle for smartphone supremacy, we inevitably hear from the same few names over and over again. We hear about iPhone, BlackBerry, Android, Symbian… but what about the team at Access? They used to champion the Palm OS, but we are now looking at a beautiful Linux OS in the new Emblaze Else Intuition […]

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Go Hands-On with BlackBerry Bold 9700 Today (Sorta)

The BlackBerry Bold 9700, previously known by its Onyx codename, isn’t set for an official release with any wireless carrier until some time next month, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t get your hands on one right now. Well, sort of. The people at Research in Motion want to give you an idea of […]

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Rogers Goes Purple for Lavender BlackBerry 8520

Even though Research in Motion has made some rather major strides in the consumer market, the BlackBerry line of devices is still very much catering to the corporate environment. For the executive type, a nondescript black smartphone will do just fine, but what about people who want a little more personality and color? The BlackBerry […]

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