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Motorola Droid 2

Just more than a week ago the Motorola Droid X got its first ever Custom ROM. The Droid X was a tough nut to mod because of it’s locked down boot loader. Since the Droid X and the Droid 2 use the same ‘locked’ down boot loader, it was only a matter of time for a custom ROM for the D2 to be released.

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Nokia E52

It’s raining firmware updates for Nokia phones. In the last couple of weeks, Nokia rolled out firmware updates for many of their device and today it is the turn of the E52.

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Motorola Droid

Adobe has just updated the minimum requirement for Flash 10.1 on Android handsets and the change is going to affect a lot of Droid owners out there. Adobe and Motorola had initially stated that Flash 10.1 will be supported on the Droid.

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Google Nexus One

The HTC-manufactured-Google-branded Nexus One was the first Android handset to hit the retail market with Android 2.1 on board. It was also the first device to get the Android 2.2 (Froyo) OTA update

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Galaxy Tab

Samsung announced the highly anticipated Galaxy Tab few days ago. However, what the company did not announce was the pricing of the device. Rumors are floating around on the Internet about the pricing of the device.

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Samsung Epic 4G

Good news for all Samsung Epic 4G owners and modders! Samsung has released the source code of the Epic 4G, which is greatly going to help the modding community in cooking Custom ROM for the handset.

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Sony Ericsson Vivaz

Sony Ericsson has just rolled out a new firmware update for their Symbian running multimedia oriented handset – the Vivaz. The Sony Ericsson Vivaz runs on the old and out-dated Symbian S60v5 OS and features a 3.2-inch resistive screen.

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Nokia is expected to announce its MeeGo running handsets at the upcoming Nokia Event on September 15. The first MeeGo handset to be released by the Finnish company is expected to be the Nokia N9. In all probability, the N9 will hit the retail market in October or November month of this year.

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Samsung I5510

The Galaxy Tab was the only device showcased by Samsung at the IFA 2010. However, some bloggers managed to catch the unannounced Samsung I5510 in action at the Vodafone booth in IFA. The I5510 features a four row slide-out QWERTY keyboard and runs on Android 2.2 with TouchWiz 3.0 on top of it.

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Nokia C3

Nokia has just rolled out a new firmware update for their budget oriented messaging phone – the C3. The firmware update is numbered version 04.45 and aims at improving the performance of the device.

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Galaxy Tab

After numerous leaks, Samsung have today officially announced the Galaxy Tab at the IFA 2010 conference. The Samsung Galaxy Tab will feature a 7-inch screen with WSVGA (1024×600) resolution. The tablet will be powered by a 1 GHz Hummingbird processor and the PowerVR SGX540 will handle the graphics department.

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The surprise of the Apple event in San Francisco has been finally revealed. It’s the second generation Apple TV. The new generation of Apple TV is very very small. In fact it’s so small that you can hold it in your palm. At the back of this tiny box lies an HDMI port, an Ethernet port and built in Wi-Fi. The Apple TV also has a very nice remote control.

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iPod Nano

Steve Jobs has just announced a refresh of the Apple iPod line-up at the on-going iPod event in the Yerba Buena Centre of Arts in San Francisco. First up, Steve Jobs announced a brand new iPod Shuffle. The new iPod Shuffle looks pretty similar to its predecessor.

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Apple iPad

Along with the iOS 4.1 update for the iTouch devices, Steve also gave a sneak peek into the upcoming iOS 4.2. The iOS 4.2 update is meant only for the iPad and brings with it all the features which the iOS 4 brought with it to the iTouch platform.

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Game Center

Apple has just rolled out the iOS 4.1 update for its iTouch devices. The iOS4.1 update fixes tons of bugs present in the iOS4 including the popular Proximity sensor bug on the iPhone 4, Bluetooth bugs and performance issues on the iPhone 3G.

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