Apple iPod Touch 4G (2010) Unboxing & Hardware Overview

September 18, 2010

In this video, we unbox and give a hardware tour of Apple’s new iPod Touch 4th generation. This 2010 edition of the famous media player was released on September 8, 2010 and is the most impressive to date. Some highlights include a 3.5″ Retina display (960×640 resolution), A4 processor, streamlined design, rear/front cameras, and of course, iOS 4.1. There are three models with varying memory capacities for this year’s...
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HTC Sense UI for Windows Phone 7 Alive and Well?

September 17, 2010

Although we already know HTC can’t take over as the main UI of Windows Phone 7, as per OS restrictions, we are now seeing videos of what could be HTC Sense for the next version of Windows Phone. Rather than a full-on interface, it looks like HTC Sense can live on using WP7′s hubs and live tiles. There’s certainly a strong presence with the amazing animations and 3D effects,...
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Five Windows Phone 7 Apps Previewed: Netflix, Twitter, Flixster, OpenTable & Travelocity

September 16, 2010

We’re still a month or two away from Microsoft’s rebirth of the Windows Phone brand, but that doesn’t mean we can’t get an early glimpse of some of the hot apps that will most likely be available when Windows Phone 7 launches. In the video below, Microsoft has provided a 7 minute preview of 5 apps: Netflix, Twitter, Flixster, OpenTable, and Travelocity. Check out a 7 minute video to...
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Verizon Not Interested in Windows Phone 7 Until 2011? (Update: Sprint Too)

September 16, 2010

We wouldn’t be surprised if you completely missed the rise and demise of Microsoft’s Kin. After all, some of us might have been on vacation during the short lifespan of the Kin line. It appears the experiment has damaged Verizon’s relationship with Microsoft, even if Big Red still considers it to be “solid.” Perhaps they’ve lost confidence in Microsoft’s ability to launch a new standard for mobile phones? Maybe...
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HTC Launches Two Android Devices: Desire Z & HD (video demos)

September 16, 2010

HTC launched two fantastic looking Android devices today, the Desire Z and Desire HD. The former is a QWERTY slider with a 5 megapixel camera (w/ flash) and 800MHz Qualcomm MSM7230 processor. The Desire HD, to put it simply, is an EVO 4G for the European market. It houses the new 1GHz Qualcomm 8255 Snapdragon processor and showcases a large 4.3″ LCD display. The two devices are set to...
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HTC Improves Sense with Remote Capabilities and HTCSense.com

September 16, 2010

Today, HTC unveiled the future of the HTC Sense experience, which includes camera effects, on-demand map caching, an e-reader and e-book store, and HTCSense.com. Through the new web portal, users will be able to remotely back-up, locate, and/or wipe their HTC devices. Read the rest of the press release below. The new HTC Sense experience offers a variety of enhancements that improve how people capture, create, share and access...
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Windows Phone 7 is Ready for Prime-time, Shipped to Partners

September 1, 2010

Today, Microsoft has shipped off their exciting new mobile OS, Windows Phone 7, to manufacturers/partners. This means that WP7 is complete and we can expect devices in the very near future! Terry Myerson, from Windows Team Blog, shows his excitement in his latest blog post and we’re definitely feeding off of that energy. Check out a direct quote below… Today is the day that the Windows Phone team has...
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HTC EVO 4G Back in Stock on Sprint Website

August 30, 2010

Have you been waiting for Sprint to restock their beastly HTC EVO 4G? Well, now’s your chance to grab one from Sprint.com before it sells out again. If you’re interested, it’ll cost $199 with a 2 year contract (after rebate) or $449 outright. The EVO 4G has been one of the most popular Android handsets to date with its 4.3″ display, 1GHz Snapdragon processor, front facing camera, and 4G...
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HTC Airs New EVO 4G Commercial to Counter Sprint’s Upcoming Samsung Epic 4G Launch

August 27, 2010

HTC is not only innovative in their production of smartphone hardware and software, they’re also known for making great commercials. We’ve seen Sprint’s “firsts” commercials for their flagship EVO 4G Android handset, but now it’s HTC’s turn to take a stab at some brand exposure. In the video below, you can see the difference in campaign styles. HTC, continuing with their “YOU” campaign, is showing the EVO 4G in...
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How to get Sprint Samsung Epic 4G Android for $200 (down from $250)

August 27, 2010

Although the Samsung Epic 4G is a Galaxy S device, Sprint will charge more than T-Mobile, AT&T, and Verizon for their variants. As you may recall, the Vibrant, Captivate, and Fascinate all cost $199 with a two year agreement. Luckily, you’ll be able to pick up the highly anticipated Android unit for $199 from Amazon (with free 2-day shipping) on August 31st. This doesn’t come anywhere near the $0.01...
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Verizon Getting HTC EVO 4G Styled Android, Confirmed with Pics

August 27, 2010

Check out the newly leaked shots, thanks to BGR, of this beautiful HTC handset that’s headed to Verizon. Remind you of something? It’s clearly modeled after Sprint’s HTC EVO 4G, but I have to say, this looks much sleeker. Not much is known, but it looks like it sports a brushed aluminum body, an 8MP camera with dual-LED flash, a prominent kickstand, 4.3″ screen, 3.5mm headphone jack and a...
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HTC T8788 Windows Phone 7 Device to be Media-centric with Slide-out Speaker

August 25, 2010

As we move closer and closer to Q4 of 2010, we’re definitely seeing more Windows Phone 7 news. This time, Engadget was able to get their hands on some nice shots of HTC’s T8788. It’ s a slide-out handset, but not in the way you may be thinking. Rather than sporting a slide-out keyboard, at least from what we can tell from the shots, it sports an elongated slide-out...
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Windows Phone 7 Powered LG C900 Clears FCC, Headed to AT&T Around Sept. 28

August 25, 2010

AT&T seems to be all over the Windows Phone 7 express. The LG C900 recently received FCC approval and rumor has it that it will be launched around the end of September 2010. Unlike the unconventional HTC T8788, which sports a slide-out speaker, the rounded C900 is a traditional slider with full QWERTY keyboard. It also has two capacitive buttons (back, search) and one hardware button (Home/Start). It’s also...
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Sprint’s HTC EVO 4G to get Android 2.2 Froyo on August 3rd

July 31, 2010

Verizon’s Droid line has been in the news a lot lately, mostly due to hardware releases and upcoming software updates, but Sprint decided to crash the party. In an obvious move to stay ahead of the competition, Sprint came out swinging recently by announcing that they’ll be pushing out a major software update for their flagship Android device, the HTC EVO 4G. The aforementioned update, of course, is Android...
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Reactions to Windows Phone 7 at GDGT Live

July 28, 2010

We’ve seen many previews and demos of Windows Phone 7 from professional s, but what about regular consumers? The guys at TechFlashVideos were able to capture some immediate reactions to Windows Phone 7 at the GDGT Live event in Seattle the other night. Those interviewed range from Android to iPhone users and their impressions of WP7 was positive overall, which is great for Microsoft’s mobile initiative. They seemed to...
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