HP iPAQ Glisten comes to AT&T, for $229.99

November 25, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The new HP iPAQ Glisten has hopped on to the AT&T network. The carrier has officially announced that the feature-rich 3G world phone, complete with an AMOLED screen, has been targeted at businessmen on the go.

Verizon takes on Sprint over ‘most dependable 3G network’ claim

November 24, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Verizon Wireless seems to be on battle turf with rivals lining up against it one after the other. After AT&T, Verizon is up in arms against Sprint over a marketing claim that seems to be stretching it too far. Sprint’s claim that it is ‘the most dependable 3G network in the whole of America’ has […]

Aion Vision Trailer Live: Better Graphics, New Content

November 24, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

The popularity of MMORPGs is on the rise, and World of Warcraft is now far from the only truly popular game of this genre. Aion is a relatively new member of the MMORPG family, but it’s already gaining great attention from players and the media alike – the game is packed with interesting features, and […]

Record Video On Your Palm Pre With Custom Software

November 24, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

The update of WebOS strangely didn’t bring the long-awaited innovations to the Palm Pre. Thankfully, the folks at HomeBrew Software are not wasting their time, and their own software titled the Precoder is now in alpha state.

Buffalo SuperSpeed USB 3.0 DriveStation HD- HXU3 debuts, prices start at $199.99

November 24, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The first SuperSpeed USB 3.0 external storage solution from Buffalo Technology has debuted. Christened DriveStation HD-HXU3, the new device comes targeting creative professionals, computer power users and digital content creators. Buffalo Technology has reiterated that the new DriveStation HD-HXU3 with SuperSpeed USB has all in it to offer users the ability to quickly back-up and […]

HTC HD2 Can Actually Use WiFi N With A Small Tweak

November 24, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

The HTC HD2 is already generating a lot of hype and has become the prime talk of the Internet recently. And just now, the people at xda-developers have discovered that the device is actually capable of utilizing 802.11n networks, after just one tiny tweak to its registry.

Macs Using Core i7 Dying Unexpectedly

November 24, 2009, By Radimir Bobev

A worrying tidlewave of reports about brand new Macs arriving completely dead is taking over Apple’s forums right now. Users report two most commonly occurring problems – the Macs are either received with a cracked screen, or completely dysfunctional. The problems seem to be affecting just the computers from Apple’s newest iMac model.

Google Maps Navigation App now available for Android 1.6

November 24, 2009, By Thomas Antony

One of the biggest features of the Motorola Droid ( running Android 2.0 ), was the Google Maps Navigation app which offered turn-by-turn navigation features for free similar to what is offered by many other paid applications such as those from TomTom. The app comes with everything you would expect to find in a traditional […]

Cadillac 2011 CTS coupe unveiled; to arrive in Spring

November 23, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The 2011 CTS coupe from the Cadillac stables is due this Spring. Cadillac officially lifted the wraps off its new coupe to show off a design that looked almost the same as what it had showcased in the form of a concept at the 2008 Detroit show.

AT&T brings out the new BlackBerry Bold 9700

November 23, 2009, By Thomas Antony

The BlackBerry Bold 9700, RIM’s sequel to their earlier BlackBerry Bold, has been on sale in the US for the last week on T-Mobile and abroad on other carriers for many weeks now. Now AT&T has joined the bandwagon by making the new smartphone available on their networks. Its probably going to meet with a […]

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