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Facebook 3.3.1 Released for iPhone, Available for Download [Link]

Facebook has been working at the strategy of better integrating it’s social networking tools with mobile operating systems such as iPhone and Android based devices. At the a recent facebook mobile event, the company has announced the release of Facebook 3.3.1 for iPhone and iPod Touch which brings several new changes.

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Android 2.3 Nearing its Release with Tons of New Features

Android’s next inline release, version 2.3, codenamed Gingerbread was expected to be released in Q4, 2010. Behold, the release time has arrived and it’s going to be any day now (sooner than you may think). According to engadget, an engineer from Google has claimed that Android 2.3 will be the next major release i.e. it [...]

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Synapse Phones allows you to Custom built Android 2.2 Handset

A German startup company, Synapse Phones, allows you to select specifications of your Android 2.2 handset and it will be delivered in Q1 2011 at your doorstep (cool isn’t it?). The handset with basic features comes at a price of € 299 and can be push to the limits, that will cost you a handsome [...]

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Overclock Droid 2 and Droid X Phones up to 1.3 GHz

Even when you’re getting 1GHz clock speed on a mobile processor, the desire to overclock always remains in the heart of every geek. If you’re a phone freak, I’m sure you would have shuffled through the code files to somehow overclock your device. To make such people out of their misery Unstable Apps has come [...]

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iPhone Game “Cut the Rope” Application Review

A new addictive game a landed to the iOS named “Cut the Rope” which has set new records for downloads and nabbed millions in it’s first week. After the popular “Angry Birds”, this game is being anticipated to become one of the all-time most downloaded games.

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Android Future: ‘Ice Cream’ to follow ‘Honeycomb’

Android, with nearly 25% penetration in US smartphone market, is expected to be the leading Mobile OS in near future. Comparing to last years Android market share of only about 5% in United States, the current figure self speaks its adoption rate. According to experts, Android will beat iOS and all other Mobile OS (for [...]

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Skype App is now Available for all Android Phones [Some Limitations]

Another blow to carriers (first one was when Google Voice App got approved by iTunes), Skype for Android is now available that works on all phones (not exclusive to Verizon only). There are few limitations though, first of all you need Android 2.1 or above on your phone and secondly; the for US citizens the [...]

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Android to become the Leading Mobile OS by 2014

After leading the mobile operating system market for decades, Symbian finally seems to tremble a bit. Many of the mobile manufacturers have decided to take their hands off the Symbian, Including the recent Sony Ericsson’s decision to walkout of the Symbian market and concentrate on Android and WP7. Earlier this month Samsung has made the [...]

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Jorno Bluetooth Keyboard makes your Phone more Productive

No matter how smart the touchscreen keyboards are, they can never replace the hard QWERTY keyboards. Touchscreen keyboards become more annoying when you have to do long emails, proper documentation and other office work comprising of several text pages.  But now Jorno has made things easier with its new upcoming foldable Bluetooth keyboard. The Jorno [...]

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Nokia N8 and Symbian^3 OS Review and Comparison

Nokia is developing mobile phones for over a decade and now the company is eyeing the high-end smartphone market due to rise of sales and market share in this category. However the company is facing great competition, especially in terms of mobile operating systems. Nokia recently announced Symbian^3 mobile OS alongwith N8 smartphone to compete [...]

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