Touchscreen interface patent granted to Apple could start many lawsuits

Yes, you read that headline right. Apple has just been granted a patent on mobile touchscreen technology that they filed all the way back in

June 22, 2011 Apple, Features

RIM: Do these things and I'll become your customer

What you see above is one of my favorite form factors ever. That's the BlackBerry Torch, and although it's a terrible device, I can't stop

June 22, 2011 BlackBerry, Features

M-Edge Incline Jacket for iPad 2 review

It’s pretty comical when one sets out to find a case or an accessory for their favorite gadgets and get hit with a sense of

June 22, 2011 Tablets

HTC EVO 4G+ leaked and headed to Korea

This guest post was written by BJ Wallace. Hey look! It's an HTC EVO 3D without all that 3D jazz. This little gem, which looks

June 22, 2011 Good and EVO

7-inch Archos Arnova 7 costs $99, for reasons known

Archos has been, in the past, a pretty good source of sub-10-inch tablets. They've also always been on the cheaper end of the tablet pricing

June 22, 2011 Android, UMPC

GRilli3D review

Glasses-free 3D is in these days, but only a few devices has that kind of a screen. That’s why I was both skeptical and intrigued

June 22, 2011 Accessories, Apple, Reviews, Tablets

Motorola Xoom finally gets a working microSD slot with new update

The Xoom is no doubt going to go down in history as one of the biggest jokes of the tablet era. In a desperate effort

June 22, 2011 Android, Tablets

HTC EVO 3D arriving at Sprint Premier customers' doors

Many Sprint Premier customers who ordered their HTC EVO 3Ds yesterday are receiving their brand new dual-core phones today. One of the lukcy recipients is

June 22, 2011 Features, Good and EVO

Top 5 apps worth buying for your Dell Streak

If you're like me, the idea of paying for mobile apps for your Dell Streak is a hard pill to swallow, but every once in

June 22, 2011 Apps, Features, StreakSmart

How to make AOSP look more like Sense on your rooted HTC EVO 4G

This guest article was written by Sam Sarsten. HTC Sense or AOSP? You be the judge. To the trained G&E reader's eye, what's shown above

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