The upcoming HTC Incredible is heading for the Verizon Wireless network. A few images of the soon-to-come smartphone is currently doing the rounds all over the Web, and going by what we see, the phone has been aptly named Incredible!
Alright now you may have been doubly treated by Verizon Wireless with its buy one take one free offer for the Palm Pre Plus and Pixi Plus handsets but, as a VZW subscriber you have some issues to be resolved by now. The Palm Pre Plus running with VZW as a carrier does not send [...]
The Apple special event gave us nothing more than the iPad and the iPhone 4G hopefuls were left in dismay. Rumors have now started pouring in and here we have the first ‘probable’ look at the iPhone 4G which has been codenamed the N89. Previous iPhone models were codenamed M68, N82 and N88 and therefore [...]
If you are a Nexus One owner already, Google has lined up quite a bunch of over-the-air software updates for you. A slew of updates have started flowing out of Google house, and these bring in quite a handful of features that are enough to spruce up your Nexus One experience.
Nokia N900 is a great open source supporting handset that just runs any software and the latest Maemo hack has enabled the device to boot Mac OS X 10.3 Panther. A few days back we called it the ‘dual booting device‘ as Brandon Roberts managed to run both Android and Maemo on it. Mac OS [...]
This beautiful handset you see atop is the Sony Ericsson Aspen aka Faith and what makes it worth a narrative here on DM is that the Aspen is the first handset to arrive with Windows Mobile 6.5.3. Yes, the Windows Mobile update is finally here and now an interactive-finger friendly response is no more a [...]
When the curtains go up for the Mobile World Congress this month at Barcelona in Spain, NTT DoCoMo will bring to the podium a prototype cellular handset that would run next-generation LTE technology. It is being rumored that NTT DoCoMo is lining up the launch of LTE data services in Japan this year itself. If [...]
AT&T will soon see a version of the Google Nexus One Smartphone hop on to its network, thanks to the approval of such a device. An FCC filing reveals that an AT&T-compatible Nexus One has been given the nod and is likely to be available for the GSM-based provider in a few months time.
Agreed that the Apple Event was a great feast for the Tablet (iPad) admirers but, there was another batch of ‘hopefuls’ at the event which were left is dismay. There were talks of Apple revealing limited details about the iPhone 4.0 OS but the event got over without a mention about the firmware. Also, rumors [...]
Google’s recent attempt at releasing a smartphone in the form of the Google Nexus One didn’t turn out to be as big as expected. But that could be attributed a lot to the fact that it wasn’t really marketed but rather encouraged to spread just through “leaks” and rumors. Now it may seem that Google [...]
The Nokia X6 was Nokia’s first smartphone to sport a capacitive touchscreen as opposed to a resistive touchscreen such as those found in the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic. The X6 went on sale with 32GB of internal storage back in November 2009. Now Nokia has started shipping a little brother to the phone in the form [...]
Verizon is not making the mistakes AT&T made with its iPhone centric marketing strategy and though the speculations of the Apple iPhone arriving at VZW shores are ripe, Verizon is thinking about other options such as offering prepaid BlackBerry plans as well. Throwing BlackBerry in the mix is a smart VZW strategy where it is [...]
Google Inc unveiled a new version of its Internet phone service on Tuesday in its latest effort to bypass Apple Inc’s gatekeepers and make Google Voice a popular service on the iPhone. The new version of Google Voice can only be accessed through a smartphone’s Web browser, unlike the so-called native apps that can be [...]
Google has a clearer picture about the Nexus One Android smartphone after its first week of sales and therefore it is now ready with a better marketing strategy and some quick patches for poor coverage and some regular bugs. The sales numbers weren’t overwhelming in the first week and Google suspects that a major reason [...]
T-Mobile has long persisted with its Sidekick lineage of handsets but I guess it is now time that the Sidekick makes way for the HTC myTouch slide. The rumor mill is on the grind and it is being speculated that the HTC myTouch slide will eventually take over the Sidekick handsets, putting an end to [...]