Updated with Live Blogs: [Video] Live Coverage of Apple’s “Let’s Talk iPhone” Event

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Live Coverage of Apple Keynotes. Including Images, Commentary, and sometimes audio and video.

UPDATE: If you are interested in following a live blog, we have a list for you here:

This Is My Next (The Verge)

Engadget

WSJ

Gizmodo

CNET

gdgt

Ars Technica

MacWorld

 

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Lucky Ebay Shopper Gets Samsung Nexus S Loaded With Ice Cream Sandwich

Well this is a nice site, although it may just be a custom ROM. It appears that a very lucky Ebay shopper got his T-Mobile Samsung Nexus S and it came with a hidden surprise: loaded with Android Ice Cream Sandwich. Check out the video posted by Engadget below.

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[Video-How to] Install Android and WP7 on HTC HD2

Thanks to the guys over at XDA dev forums, this video shows you how to install both Android and WP7 on your HTC HD2. Follow the walk-through video above to make your hot little HD2 dual boot both OS’. And note that we are not responsible if you brick your device.

[via XDA dev forums]

[Video] HP’s Todd Bradley all but confirms webOS tablet only one piece of ecosystem

HP’s Tom Bradley talks with CNBC about what HP plans for their February 9th event. In his conversation, he states that “webOS tablet is only one piece of the ecosystem – one piece of that connected experience that we are going to create” and “a broad set of public announcements – and a breadth of products we are going to unveil.” You heard it directly from the horses mouth. We expect Palm to come out swinging with a multitude of products, including tablets, phones and possibly PC’s. I know that a few of here at fonefrenzy can’t wait to see what HP/Palm has in store on February 9th.

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[Video] Google outs Android 3.0 Honeycomb Tablet-only OS

Looky at what we have here? Google has thrown up a video of Android 3.0 (which was shortly yanked…but thanks to Engadget for grabbing a copy), in it Google clearly demontrates their ability with a newly redone Android 3.0 for a tablet-only format. Not only is it sleek but it’s real sexy too.

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Blackberry Playbook meets devs live in NYC session

The guys over at Crackberry got their first hands-on with the Blackberry Playbook today. From what we can tell, the PlayBook, developed in cooperation with Adobe, is one slick running tablet. App developers should be pretty happy with the target market and ability to develop Flash enabled apps on this device. We look forward to seeing what the dev community can build on this platform.

 

 

[Video] Palm Pre 2 hands-on

Looks like the latest chapter in the webOS saga will be the introduction of the Palm Pre 2. This new handset will sport a 1Ghz cpu, 5mp camera, streamlined design, support for Adobe Flash 10.1, better keyboard, new Stacks feature and a universal search capability.

  • Stacks – logically groups together your open apps so they work the way you do. Stacks keeps related items together so managing multiple tasks is even easier.
  • Just Type – Whenever you want to do something on your phone – whether it’s emailing, texting, searching or almost anything – just type! is open to developers, so they can integrate with the search function and add their own user-customizable shortcuts, called Quick Actions.
  • Flash Player 10.1 Beta – webOS now supports a beta of Adobe Flash Player 10.1 in the browser, which provides access to rich, Flash based web content.

More information about Palm Pre 2, including features and specifications, is available atwww.palm.com/Pre2.

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Enough said.

 

[Video] Blackberry PlayBook gets a hands-on

RIM uploaded the full video of it’s new PlayBook, RIM’s take on the iPad.  It appears that Adobe’s Air is a big part of RIM’s strategy to compete with Apple’s iPad and truly brand themselves the ‘business’ tablet. Both Kevin Lynch of Adobe and Mike Lazaridis of RIM showed off the latest RIM product.

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