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b>WASHINGTON:/bMotorola has been busy at the drawing board, working on a series of features in order to deliver a 2GHz smartphone that would render current smartphones and even some mobile computers obsolete by the end of 2010.
The BlackBerry Torch 9800 is the first handset to run RIM's new operating system, and is thus somewhat of a (much needed) flagship device for the company.
b>BEIJING:/bHTC Corp, a Taiwanese maker of smartphones, is moving out of the shadows and trying to establish its own brand name as it competes with Apple's iPhone.
b>NEW YORK/b>: Famed console modification guru Benjamin Heckendorm has lifted the lid on his latest completed project: A portable, laptop-style Xbox 360.
b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: Google Inc is taking another stab at designing a game-changing mobile phone, this time by including a built-in payment system that could eventually enable the devices to replace credit cards.
b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: The head of Google's Android mobile operating software says the search company 'bit off a little more than we could chew' with the sale of the Nexus One, a smartphone Google began selling online early this year but then stopped offering after similar devices powered by Android hit the market.
THE latest version of Google's Android mobile phone operating system aka Gingerbread is looking like a tasty treat for Android fans.
For the first time a Google branded phone is available in Malaysia. The Nexus S runs on the latest Android operating system and it'll be the first to receive OS updates as and when Google releases them.
b>SALT LAKE CITY:/bA joint venture between three of the nation's four largest cellphone carriers will soon offer the United States' first commercially available mobile fare payment programme to a public transportation system.
Forget using passwords to log on to your computer, needing touchscreens to navigate on your smartphone or paying expensive energy bills; in the future your daily activities will create all the energy you need to power your house, biometrics will unlock your devices, and your mind will be capable of controlling them.