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[8 Apr 2010 | Comments Off on Archos 7 Home Tablet Visits The FCC | ]

The Archos 7 Home Tablet has taken one step closer to ending up in a retail store near you, as it has taken the moment from its busy schedule to pay a visit to the FCC. From the pictures, you might have noticed that the device has been branded with German wireless carrier EWE’s logo on the front, possibly implying that Archos is planning to offer 3G enabled versions of its tablet, though there isn’t any mention of whether a 3G version will be available in the US. Specifications of …

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[26 Jan 2010 | Comments Off on Google uncovers Nexus One 3G network problems | ]

It is a well known fact that the Nexus One has difficulty in hooking up to T-Mobile’s 3G network since the superphone’s release, and part of the problem was due to a software error in the Nexus One’s 3G radio. As for the other reason, that is T-Mobile’s fault as the wireless carrier has a much smaller 3G footprint compared to its rivals AT&T, Sprint and Verizon. Google is already working hand in hand with HTC engineers to roll out a software fix for the radio, wheer we keep our …

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[29 Dec 2009 | Comments Off on Palm Pre Plus spotted | ]

The Palm Pre Plus ought to get you excited whether you’re a Palm enthusiast, as it will not only run on the webOS platform, but has been spotted somewhere in the FCC, where it includes a Palm model number in the Wi-Fi Certification Database known as the Palm P101EWW. In other news, the Palm Pixi might soon manufacture its way to the FCC in order to approve its release under the Verizon wireless carrier banner.
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[22 Dec 2009 | Comments Off on WIND offers new phones | ]

There is a new wireless carrier player in town for Canadians, and WIND will be offering the following handsets to the masses in the Great White North – BlackBerry 9700, Samsung Gravity 2, HTC Maple, Huawei U759 and the Huawei E181 documents stick. There is still no specific pricing available for the notes plans, but we do know that there won’t be any contracts attached to their services, while you can additionally save from not having to fork out activation fees, incoming distant distance signal charges and exit penalty. To …

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[13 Dec 2009 | Comments Off on Beyond the Google Phone hype, it comes down to: be cheap suitable or die | ]

Might not be actual Nexus One phone…
You have probably noticed in the past couple of days that the hype surrounding the network-free Google Nexus One phone has nearly reached its climax. I say “almost” considering Google has yet to officially reveal images of the phone that employees describe using words like “iPhone” and “Steroids” in the same sentence. The WSJ says that despite using Android, the ‘experience’ will be different (read: better) than current Android phones. “how different” is unknown but the question is: what does a network-free does for you, …