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  • New HTC 'Desire' Is an Updated Google Nexus One
    MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS — When the HTC Desire smartphone makes its debut next month, it might not carry the Nexus One name, but it will remind you a lot of Google’s new phone.HTC made the Nexus One for Google; now comes a device that looks much like the Nexus One, ...More
    February 16, 2010 Posted in News
  • Samsung Wave Highlights Gadget Glut at MWC
    MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS — So many new gadgets have been released in the first 24 hours of this event in Barcelona that it’s hard to keep track of them all. But many believe the Samsung Wave is the head of the class.The Wave is the first Samsung phone to use the ...More
    February 15, 2010 Posted in News
  • Report: Mobile Broadband Investment to Hit $72 Billion
    Wireless carriers will spend as much as $72 billion to roll out mobile broadband infrastructure and services in 2010, the GSM Association said. Citing figures from Deutsche Bank, the GSMA said that broadband offerings will consume over half of all operator investment in ...More
    February 11, 2010 By Richard Martin Posted in News
  • Palm Pre, Pixi Production Halted?
    Palm Pre and Palm Pixi production has been halted for February, according to three Taiwanese manufacturing sources. Palm Inc. has asked its manufacturing partner, Foxconn, to stop the presses, as it were.“The decision is very sudden, and Foxconn was told to reduce all ...More
    February 11, 2010 By Tara Seals Posted in News
  • Palm Pre Soon Bound for AT&T?
    Just a couple of weeks after making its debut on the Verizon Wireless network comes word that the Palm Pre might be available through AT&T this spring.If you do some digging through FCC filings and look at the history of the Pre, you might come to the conclusion that an ...More
    February 11, 2010 Posted in News
  • iPhone Chips Away at BlackBerry’s U.S. Smartphone Lead
    New data from Internet market researcher comScore shows that Apple’s iPhone made some gains in 2009’s fourth quarter against BlackBerry, the market share leader.RIM’s BlackBerry platform leads with a little less than 42 percent of the market. Apple is ...More
    February 9, 2010 Posted in News
  • AT&T’s iPhone Exclusivity ‘May Continue Through 2010’
    Just last week, an analyst from Credit Suisse predicted that AT&T would keep its exclusive deal with the Apple iPhone until the end of 2010 or even mid-2011. Today, another analyst is backing up that opinion, saying an exclusive deal between the two companies seems ...More
    February 9, 2010 Posted in News
  • Report: Motorola Devour Available This Month
    It looks like consumers who are tempted by the New Motorola Devour might be able to get their hands on the device a little sooner than expected.When the smartphone was introduced last week, Verizon said it would first be available sometime in March. The Devour is the first ...More
    February 8, 2010 Posted in News
  • Another Sexist Ad Campaign for Verizon Wireless?
    When the Motorola Droid smartphone debuted last fall, Verizon marketed the phone as a manly man’s device, referring to its biggest competitor – ahem, the iPhone, although not mentioned specifically – as a “digitally clueless beauty queen.” The ...More
    February 5, 2010 Posted in News
  • Verizon Wireless, No iPhone for You This Year
    Now that hoopla surrounding the Apple iPad has died down a bit, we can get back to talking about the issue that truly makes the world go ‘round – how soon it will be before Verizon gets its hands on the iPhone.Just a little more than a week ago, speculation was ...More
    February 4, 2010 Posted in News