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  • News: Motorola Atrix 2 Leak Shows Larger, Improved Screen

    Motorola is boosting the size and quality of the display for its' next-generation Atrix 4G Android smartphone, headed to AT&T soon. The Verge got its hands on a prototype of the Atrix 2, dubbed Edison, which now features a curvier design, but still lacks the 4G LTE punch.

  • News: Windows Phone 7, Day 20: Where's the VPN?

    One of the things I love about my smartphone is that it can keep me connected and productive no matter where I go. However, when it comes to connecting to some networks and network resources, the lack of VPN support in Windows Phone 7.5 "Mango" is an issue.

  • How-Tos: How to activate call waiting on an Apple iPhone

    The call waiting feature on mobile phones means that users who are already using their handset for a conversation will be alerted, usually by a series of beeps, if there's another person trying to call them at the same time.

  • ION iType offers faster keyboard entry for iPhone users

    Touchscreen smartphones are all very well, but typing on them at any speed can be a nightmare. The ION iType keyboard provides relief from text-entry frustration. It works with any Bluetooth-enabled smartphone

  • News: The iPhone 5 Experiment: Macworld's interview with Rob Shoesmith

    What do you call a man who's prepared to camp out for a month to get his hands on an iPhone 5? Crazy? Well, we call him Rob Shoesmith, and here's what he had to say to us.

  • News: iPhone 5 buyer gets ready to camp out

    We're pretty sure that we know when the iPhone 5 will be announced and one man is already gearing himself up to get in the queue.

  • News: ZTE launches first smartphone in the US through Cricket

    Mobile carrier Cricket announced on Thursday it will start selling the ZTE Score, the first smartphone from Chinese telecommunications equipment supplier ZTE to launch in the U.S.

  • News: Help Good Old Games Hit 6 Million Downloads

    Classic games download site Good Old Games is a couple hundred-thousand clicks away from hitting six million downloads, and will offer up a free classic adventure title once it hits that milestone.

  • News: BlackBerry falls behind combined Android, iPhone use in workplace

    More workers use iPhone and Android smartphones combined than BlackBerry smartphones, according to a survey of 1,681 U.S.-based workers released by Forrester Research.

  • News: Managing Mobile Devices: 10 Lessons Learned, via Forrester

    Modern CIOs and their IT department face a new, complex set of mobile device security and manageability challenges as employees bring in their various smartphones and tablets to the workplace, and as additional devices are rolled out across the enterprise.

  • News: Only one new iPhone this year - analyst

    Apple will only launch one new iPhone this year, according to one analyst, not two models as others have claimed.

  • News: iSwifter update brings Google+ games to iPad

    Users of Google+ looking to get in on the social network’s gaming action now have an option to play while they’re not in front of their computers. iSwifter, an iPad app which already allows users to play Facebook’s most popular Flash games, has added the ability to play games hosted on Google’s social-networking service.

  • News: Apple will keep ruling the tablet market, says Gartner

    Anyone hoping for a scrappy underdog to knock the iPad off its perch as the world's top tablet will have to wait a long time, says analyst firm Gartner.

  • Opinion: Cowboy Guns for iPhone and iPad

    There’s a lot about Cowboy Guns, a Western shoot ’em up published by Chillingo, to make even the most hardened desperado smile. There’s plenty of challenges and a compelling storyline—albeit one delivered with dialogue so stilted that it would make a Roy Rogers picture seem like a Royal Shakespeare Company production. The graphics give the game a distinctive look, and the music sounds like something Ennio Morricone might compose. Clearly, a lot of attention was paid to getting all the details of Cowboy Guns just so.

  • News: Al Gore refers to 'new iPhones' coming in October

    Al Gore, former vice-president of the US and Apple board member, has seemingly confirmed that there will be more than one new iPhone launched in October.

  • News: Stevie Wonder sings Steve Jobs' praises

    Musical legend Stevie Wonder took time to heap praise on Steve Jobs and iOS devices at a surprise appearance in Los Angeles last weekend, according to reports.

  • News: TalkTalk most complained about ISP....again

    TalkTalk was the most complained about ISP between April and June this year, according to Ofcom.

  • News: Al Gore Says New iPhones to Launch in October

    Apple board member and former Vice President Al Gore says new iPhones (plural) are coming out in October, appearing to confirm a long-standing rumor about the next iPhone. Gore made reference to the rumored new Apple smartphones on Wednesday during a speech at the Discovery Invest Leadership Summit in Johannesburg, South Africa. The former VP was giving a public talk on environmental issues when he said, "Not to mention the new iPhones coming out next month. That was a plug," according to several people who heard the speech, as well as a recording of the event that PC World was given brief access to.

  • Video: Video: Google Wallet in action

    Google has launched its Google Wallet payment system to Nexus S 4G phones in the US. The phones also need NFC or near field communication, which is the way the phone communicates with the electronic payment system, called PayPass, at store checkouts.

  • News: Oracle, Google fail to reach settlement in Android case

    Two days of face-to-face mediation talks between Oracle CEO Larry Ellison and Google CEO Larry Page over the companies' Android mobile OS lawsuit have yet to result in a settlement, but the door is open for negotiations to continue, according to a document filed late Wednesday in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.



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