Posts Tagged ‘leaks’
  • Early HTC Dragon build leaked. Dragon to bring 1GHz speed and all around awesomness to Android?
    by Mike
    Posted October 5th, 2009 at 7:08 am
    Rumors. How we love them, hope for their transgression into reality, and ultimately finding a heavenly slice of life when they do so. So far, I haven't seen a single Android handset that makes me want to cough up money to cancel my contract and buy new hardware. Don't get me wrong, I love Android and can't wait to make the switch. It's just that the hardware is lacking. While 528 MHz was fast a couple years ago and still actually is fast, it's not that fast anymore. With the 1GHz HTC Leo u...
  • Motorola Sholes in the flesh
    by Mike
    Posted September 30th, 2009 at 1:02 pm
    While I could go on and on with senseless ramblings and other useless banter, just taking a minute to stop and really take in what is above you right now is more important. We'll leave on a good note by saying that the upcoming Android love on Verizon has a very nice home on the Sholes. *Picks up drool cup* BGR...
  • Nokia Erdos looks shiny, packs a punch, carrying a Silver Bullet moniker?
    by Mike
    Posted September 14th, 2009 at 10:03 am
    Anyone ready for a "Silver Bullet"? And I'm not talking about alcohol either. Leaked shots of a new Nokia handset titled the "Erdos"/Silver Bullet are starting to surface showing basically what appears to be a redesigned and freshened up Nokia 8800. While the 8800 was just so-so, the Erdos appears to be at least a tad more interesting with a vertical slider design, 5 megapixel camera, and 8 GB of non-expandable internal memory. Oh, and of course it looks kind of like a bullet made of silve...
  • 3rd Party SkyFire BlackBerry browser leaked
    by Mike
    Posted July 27th, 2009 at 12:37 pm
    Add this to the top of your "gotta check out when I get home" download lists: SkyFire. But wait, I thought that was a closed beta and not even slated for public release anytime soon? Well, you be right. However a helpful/deceitful beta tester has let loose one of the most coveted programs to date so that all BlackBerry users may take any early bite of what is claimed to be one of the best 3rd party browsers to grace the Canadian born device. The original link has already stopped working. F...
  • Palm Pre now on Verizon! [Illegitimately]
    by Mike
    Posted July 10th, 2009 at 11:21 am
    The Palm Pre is considered by many as the one thing that kept Palm from going completely belly up in the year 2009. While it won't turn the company into an Apple-esque super power overnight, it is at least keeping the lights on. Sadly, CDMA lovers in the U.S. have only one option in which to purchase a Palm Pre: Sprint. However, Cleanser, a member of PreCentral forum, has managed to do the seemingly impossible. He unlocked his Pre and got it up and *mostly* running on Verizon (voice and SM...
  • BlackBerry Onyx 9020 gets spied with optical trackpad in tow
    by Mike
    Posted July 10th, 2009 at 9:35 am
    BlackBerry fanatics who were impatiently waiting for images of the ever so popular BlackBerry Onyx 9020 need to sit down, grab their inhalers and get ready. The Onyx has finally been spied without any covers, bearing to all the nice little optical trackpad nestled right smack dab front and center awaiting your poking and prodding fingers. Is it a prototype or early production unit? Can't say at the moment. All I can say is how soon can we get this?! It is definitely a sexy looking Berry ...
  • Google Chrome OS Spied?
    by Mike
    Posted July 9th, 2009 at 5:21 am
    Leaked screenshots of products often draw quite the nerdy crowd. This supposedly leaked shot of an early Google Chrome OS build is no different, especially given the contenders the little OS is up against: Apple, Microsoft, and the free loving community that supports Linux. The screenshot shows a very minimal looking desktop. Though, seeing as how the actual release of said OS isn't until sometime next year, I'm sure the desktop will undergo some refinements and alterations before go time. ...
  • GSM Palm Pre seen running around ‘Nam
    by Mike
    Posted June 30th, 2009 at 7:20 am
    Palm's saving grace in the states hinged on Pre launch day. The phone and the network, Sprint, both needed this wonder device to sell like no other Sprint/Palm device before it in order to give them a fighting chance in staying relevant. So far, the Pre has being doing pretty well meaning at least Sprint can breathe a sigh of relief. Palm however is not quite out of the woods yet. While the Pre is doing pretty hunky dorey over here in the States, elsewhere in the world this odd, third cous...
  • New Windows 7 build leaked — New wallpaper insues
    by Mike
    Posted June 19th, 2009 at 10:05 am
    I'm pretty sure the top thing on everyone's "Windows 7 fix list" was a new wallpaper (picture above).  All jokes and sarcasm aside, the latest builds 7232 and 7260 which were both leaked yesterday to the world of nerds alike actually contain quite a few bug fixes.  So far, actual differences between the two builds are pretty minor as no one has stepped forward with any revolutionary enhancements or changes.  However, Windows 7 build 7260 is labeled as an "RTM Escrow" build meaning that it...
  • Second T-Mobile Android device coming early summer - likely G2
    by Mike
    Posted June 2nd, 2009 at 1:13 pm
    Thank you Mr. CTO of T-Mobile USA for spilling the beans on the latest news concerning the next Android device to hit the U.S. based carrier. The next device will indeed be a follow up to the G1, however, the manufacturer of the handset is still being debated by many on the outside. The HTC pictured above is obviously my first choice for the next Android unit on TMO, though there is a slight chance that units from Samsung or Motorola could break cover. However, those non-HTC units are more ...
  • PSP Go breaks out: says good-bye to UMD, Hello to your credit card
    by Mike
    Posted May 31st, 2009 at 4:15 pm
    Even though Sony loves to play the deny game, and have been doing so concerning any rumors that had to do with any PSP replacement, have finally got nowhere to hide.  Mere days before E3 is set to kick-off with Sony officially announcing the PSP-Go, pictures of Sony's next iteration of the PSP have been leaked giving everyone the ability to take a nice long stare at the Go.  Besides looking remarkably different than the PSP-3000 by way of a new slider/controller design, the Go features: ...
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