Author: Arnaw Kumar
Arnaw is an undergraduate who is really into hacking and modding cell phones. For him, nothing gets better than an S60 and a chance to ruin it.

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T-Mobile

T-Mobile has confirmed that it’s planning on an Android device this January. Most of the aspects will be managed by Google itself. The name Google Phone was not taken even once though.

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At&T

AT&T has lifted it’s ban that stopped it from selling iPhones in New York. The exact cause has not yet been disclosed.

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Qualcomm

Qualcomm’s Chief Operating Officer, Len Lauer, has announced his resignation from QMT for a CEO post at some other, undisclosed company. Steve Mollenkopf is to take up his duties from now on.

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BoyGenius has managed to nab a screenshot of Sprint’s internal system that shows the Android-packing LG LS680 as an upcoming phone. LS680 may well be the WiMax phone that LG plans to release in it’s CES 2010

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NexusOne

Nexus One has a few more details – a Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR ready Dock has been spotted in the wild for Nexus One. What’s more, there’s an FCC approved configuration for the dock as well. Two shots of the dock in an actual car are there as well.

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Palm Pre

Sprint has released an over-the-air update for it’s Palm Pre smartphone. It is now to have WebOS 1.3.5 build 194. The new release lifts many important restrictions from this phone.

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G1

T1- mobile is to release an OS update for it’s G1 device. The OS version may be the older Android 2.0 or the new 2.0.1. OS version has not been declared yet.

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Apple Tablet may have a dynamic tactile multi-touch screen where the screen itself emulates the keyboard by creating ridges and bumps on itself.

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qik

Qik Live is a new update of Qik, a video sharing App for iPhone. It now has live video streaming which was banned until some time ago by Apple.

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Apple Tablet

Apple is set to demo it’s much hyped Apple Tablet in January 2010. Apple Tablet is a mobile device with a very big display – expected to be around 7 inch. This demo will be open for only application developers probably.

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Debian

This is a short tutorial that explains how to install Debian on a Nokia Internet Tablet. Maemo OS family is basically based on Debian so this tutorial is easy enough.

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Nokia has no tool made for updating firmwares of Internet tablets by Linux. This tutorial helps the reader to update their firmwares to the latest Maemo OS available.

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Nokia Image Space

Nokia Image Space is a wonderful new service that works by geo-tagging and putting orientation information in an image. It then looks up for similar pictures on flickr and renders a 3D model of that place. It’s still in the beta phase though.

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Nokia and ST-Ericsson

Nokia and ST-Ericsson have gone into a long-term relationship to develop TD-SCDMA. ST-Ericsson will develop the technology while Nokia will focus on developing the devices. Nokia has already launched a Symbian based TD-SCDMA device – Nokia 6788.

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Nokia

Nokia has disabled all TRK apps in it’s new firmware. This tutorial shows a new way for Symbian users to run apps with certificate and UID errors.

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