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According to a rumor, Sprint's version of Galaxy S II - named Epic Touch 4G - is set to be released on September.
A rumor that emerged on Tuesday narrowed down several launch details of Sprint’s version of Galaxy S II prior to its scheduled release date. Samsung’s phone should be christened as the Epic Touch 4G to make clear the absence of a keyboard. The said dual-core Android device is set to release in September.
Samsung has officially planned to bring the Galaxy S II to the U.S. shores in August and could leave Sprint running late. The company’s comments may have been referring to announcements and not shipments, and could see most other companies following suit.Read the rest of the article »
RIM spreads out two tutorial videos regarding its upcoming Blackberry Bold 9790 Bellagio handset.
The much-awaited Blackberry Bold 9790 Bellagio from RIM has yet made consumers more excited, as they recently revealed two tutorial videos ahead of the device’s launching date. The said videos disclosed few features of the Bold 9790 Bellagio, which are believed to be a touch-capable Blackberry OS 7.0 handset that has similar functions to other iOS and Android devices.
See the tutorial videos after the cut.Read the rest of the article »
A survey conducted by Retrevo showed that several iPhone 4, Android and Blackberry users believed that they already have a 4G phone.
The iPhone 3G and 3GS had 3G radio technology, which means that the iPhone 4 must have 4G. This is what other iPhone 4 users wrongfully believes. Retrevo conducted a survey on the 4G phone adoption and asked their consumers if they have a plan to buy a 4G phone this year. According to its […]Read the rest of the article »
GADG knows that you're giddy on what's coming this year. Hence, we are listing six of the most-anticipated gadgets of the year.
Consumers always look forward for the coolest gadgets that are anticipated to launch this year. Most companies are working out to create interesting gadgets, such as tablets and smartphones, to catch the attention of people.
Listed after the break are six of the most awaited gadgets that are set to release this year.Read the rest of the article »
Two of the most important smartphones of RIM were seen in Sprint's CelleBrite point-of-sale system. However, none of the two devices' prices and release dates were posted.
A sighting in Sprint’s CelleBrite POS system shows two of RIM’s most important smartphones: BlackBerry Bold 9930 and the unofficial Torch 9850. The two smartphones still doesn’t have price detail and release dates. However, only the 9930 has had a tentative release date, which is on August 21.
See BlackBerry Bold 9930 and Torch 9850’s features after the jump.Read the rest of the article »
Beta is out; Twitter for BlackBerry now in full swing.
Check out the BlackBerry App World and grab the newest version for Twitter for Blackberry: v220.127.116.11. It is the perfect time for RIM to end the beta testing phase and join the wagon of other Twitter clients.
The fresh version of the Twitter for BlackBerry has an improved user interface and simplified navigation. There’s also a search bar, revamped navigation bar and easy ‘compose new tweet’ button. The search button is now capable of locating tweets, people, events and trends.
T-Mobile is set to make 2011 an exciting year for Android and Blackberry fans.
It seems that T-Mobile is up for something good this year and it is reflected on the leaked company roadmap which appeared this week. The year 2011 is filled of Android and Blackberry goodies but no mention about Windows Phones and the iPhone.
For June, HTC’s Sensation 4G and Samsung’s Exhibit 4G are set to be released. In July, the Doubleshot from HTC which is also referred to as MyTouch 4G Slide, will make an appearance. Also that month, HTC Marvel will be available in the market.Read the rest of the article »
Microsoft and RIM, long time rivals in the business-use of smartphones, now forge an alliance in order to survive the harsh territories of the market.
When you see Microsoft Chief Executive, Steve Ballmer, walk to the stage of a Microsoft event and announce something about Bing, it’s pretty normal. But when you see Microsoft Chief Executive, Steve Ballmer, walk down to the stage of a Blackberry World conference and announce something about Bing, hell must have frozen.
In an apparent move to boost their presence in the business-use of the smartphone, Microsoft and Research in Motion (RIM) have forged an alliance that will bring the Bing search engine and map to Blackberry phones. This comes as a surprise, since Microsoft and RIM has been playing one-upsies over the business category of the smartphone industry years ago. But the Blackberry triumphed, as it wipes out Microsoft’s staunchest champion — the Windows Mobile.Read the rest of the article »
The BlackBerry PlayBook may be plugged as a “strictly for business” tablet, but it seem that the “serious” PC tab might be getting some fun after all.
Shortly after Facebook and video chat apps for the BlackBerry PlayBook has been announced, RIM co-CEO Mike Lazaridis confirmed today that Rovio’s Angry Birds will be also be available for the PlayBook this summer.
The hugely popular (and addicting) Angry Birds game, according to Reuters “has become something of a rite-of-passage for mobile devices, having topped the charts for both iOS and Android among others.”
Whether Rovio will be charging for the app for PlayBook or not, has not been announced yet.
Meanwhile, RIM also announced the BB Bold 9900/9930, the company’s “thinnest smartphone yet”, also to be available this year.View Article Source »
BlackBerry PlayBook users can now stay even more connected with Facebook and video chat apps, coming in next to no time for the new tablet.
RIM just announced that a native Facebook app and a video chat app will be available this month for the company’s newly launched tablet, the BlackBerry Playbook.
The Facebook app will offer all the features of the usual Facebook for mobile, like viewing and adding friends, managing friend requests, browsing through profiles and interacting with wall posts and photos. News feed management, interaction and chat will also be included.Read the rest of the article »
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