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What comes after Honor and Glory? Mercury, apparently. That's the American moniker of choice for Huawei's latest smartphone, which has just been launched on Cricket's network. Powered by a 1.4GHz single-core CPU, this Android-juiced handset boasts a four-inch FWVGA (854 x 480) display, packs 2GB

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Pizza. Pizza. Pizza. Pizza. Pizza. If you're speaking said word while using Google Mobile on a GPS-enabled smartphone, you no longer need to specify where exactly you want the app to search. Of course, we highly doubt you'll see too many germane results while speaking it from Easter Island, but tha

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Google's rumored and real romp through mobile space continues with the announcement of its Google Calendar application's support for mobiles. The calendar seems to work perfectly, displaying a day by day view of your world and your plans for it, though, sadly, we couldn't find any way to remove even

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We're not quite sure how Yahoo! claims to have \"jumped ahead\" of Google in terms of mobile search, but upon investigation here, the Sunnyvale company has unveiled its new \"local\" search for the first time in the States, delivering locally relevant answers to mobile search queries instead of just rel

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Google sometimes has the uncanny ability to know exactly what we're searching for and can cut through all the results muck sometimes. Not all the time, but nothing is perfect, right? Those Mountain View Mensas are ready to take that to the next level it appears, as Google has just applied for a pat

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In a move sure to steal a few folks away from their carriers' WAP home pages, Google has added a system for customizing users' mobile screens independently of their desktop counterparts -- a good move, especially for those 99.9% of us without VGA screens on our phones. Separately, they've also anno

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