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Articles tagged with: mobile device

Microsoft Gives Green Light To Hack Your Windows Phone

Microsoft has traditionally not been too friendly with people messing around with its products but they have recently changed their position, at least when it comes to their mobile phones. Microsoft has given its users the “all okay” when it comes to loading Mango on Windows Mobile devices, but warned that doing so would void the warranty.

This is great news for people who still have Windows Mobile phones. Although Windows Mobile looks nice, it’s prone to freezing and glitching and causes its consumers a royal nightmare. Getting the green light to port directly to Mango may be the end of frustrations for many.

Get Your Droid 3 From Verizon Today!

Verizon quietly rolled out their Droid 3 today, so if you’ve been waiting to upgrade your Droid device, now’s the time to do so. You can grab yours today at Verizon’s site. You can grab it today for $199 with a two-year contract or if you want to upgrade your device and you don’t qualify for an upgrade, you can shell out $460.

I know it’s been a while since we’ve covered the Droid 3, but just to refresh your memory, it contains a dual core 1GHz processor, and an 8MP camera for all you amateur photographers out there.

Qualcomm Announces Dual Core 1.5GHz Mobile CPU

Qualcomm has shown off its dual-core mobile processor this week at Computex. Qualcomm’s pride and joy 1.2GHz processor has received a refresh and now boasts speeds of up to 1.5GHz. Under the names: MSM826, MSM8860, and QSD8672, the zippy mobile processors are expected to hit smartphones later this year.

Many of the current mobile manufacturers are already designing their phones based around the processors (and we are hoping larger battery capacities too!). In a world where two cores are better than one, this will mean for better mobile gaming, multimedia enjoyment, and faster “everything” on your mobile device.

Microsoft Profits From Android Sales?

Now you may be asking how on earth could Microsoft benefit from sales of HTC Android devices? HTC is an independent mobile carrier and Android is Google’s mobile operating system, so where does Microsoft fall in the picture? Due to a patent infringement lawsuit settlement with HTC, Microsoft receives $5 for every HTC phone that runs Android.

According to Walter Pritchard, a Citi analyst who revealed the information, Microsoft is also planning on targeting other Android device partners, looking for as much as $12.50 per device. What will this mean for consumers?

Kingmax Announces 64GB MicroSD Card

Kingmax announced this week the world’s first and only 64GB MicroSD card. The Class 6 SD card promises read and write speeds of up to 48Mbps which is optimal for transferring any large amounts of data to and from the device.

In case you don’t remember, this is the same company that brought us the 4GB MicroSD card back in 2007, lending the perfect example of how technology has multiplied and continues to grow at exponential rates. Now here’s the catch, although 64GB of data allows for massive computer-sized storage in the tiny form-factor of a smartphone, most devices don’t even support it.

AnyDATA’s Mass Marketed Tablets Are Coming Soon

AnyDATA is coming out with some gorgeous tablet PCs aimed at the consumer market. The two 7-inch tablets look similar to the Galaxy Tab, will both be equipped with WiFi and sport 1024 x 600 resolution displays. Now how do these two tablets differ? Well, the AMD120 will be a 4G tablet while the AMD810 will work on the 3G network.

The AMD120 will ship with the Android Gingerbread OS but have the Honeycomb OS as an option. The AMD810 will only be available…

The All New HTC ThunderBolt With LTE

The launching of HTC’s new smartphone, ThunderBolt, had some solid sales on release day, but it hasn’t grabbed everyone’s attention just yet. Many are concerned about Verizons’ LTE(Long Term Evolution) effects on the battery life of the mobile device it runs on.

The phone boasts a 6.3 hour usage time and a 330 hour standby time, but…