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Sprint announces HTC EVO, the first 4G phone

Today at CTIA, Sprint has unveiled HTC EVO 4G, the most powerful multimedia phone on the planet. Sprint finally get to use their 4G network that is available in over 30 cities in US. HTC EVO is based on Android 2.1 Operating System and features 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 1GB of ROM, 512 MB of RAM [...]

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Sprint makes your 3G iPhone 4G

Sprint is pushing hard to convince Apple and iPhone users that it is the best network available for your iPhone. They are airing ads that are somewhat offensive to AT&T but show how you can make your iPhone to 4G. Sprint claims to make your slow AT&T network 10 times faster using their overdrive 3G/4G [...]

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Apple to Reduce Screen Size of iPhone?

There’s a rumor about the next iPhone to have a smaller screen size than its predecessor. We all love our iPhone and don’t want the screen to be any smaller. The 3.5 inch of screen size fits perfectly into your pocket, unlike Dell Mini 5, and serves best as your on-the-go buddy. Jason Schwarz of [...]

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Video Calls come to Japanese iPhone Users

Earlier we got a hint that the iPhone 4g will support video calls using front camera through carrier’s network. However it seems that you can get that feeling on your iPhone 3G and 3GS using an app named Live Link 3G. Unfortunately the app, released by a Japanese developer; Yudo Inc., though available officially but [...]

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No Copy and Paste support in Windows Phone 7

Unlike current iPhone, Microsoft Windows Phone 7 devices won’t have Copy and Paste support. According to sources Microsoft claims that most targeted users don’t need clipboard functionality in their device. Users faced the same problem when first generation iPhone was released; it didn’t support the functionality to copy and paste data in between the apps. [...]

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DC Way – 50 apps in a single iPhone app

Good news for DC lovers as Onederr has released an app named DC Way that contains almost everything you need to know about Washington DC. This one app further contains 32 sub apps which further have different categories making the total sum to 50. These range from News, Shopping, Dining, Events, Banks, For Sale, Apartments [...]

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iPhone 4G to support Video Calls along with Video Chat

As iPhone 4G release is nearing, one way or other, we get to hear new things about it. Recently it has been discovered that the new OS will support video calls. So the front camera will not only be for video chat on the web but the OS will have a native support to make [...]

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iPhone with Antenna works as Universal Remote, Looks Cool

Previously we have seen iPhone working as a Universal Remote control, but that attachment was bulky, almost one fourth the size of iPhone itself. Recently ThinkFlood has announced an attachment named RedEye Mini for iPhone and iPod Touch that connects to your device using headset port. The RedEye mini is a small cylindrical attachment that [...]

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A new iPhone 4G concept video

Compiling all the leaks and rumors related to iPhone 4G, ADR studio has produced a video ad presenting their own concept of what the new iPhone will look like. The design of the phone in video doesn’t look much impressive but the main theme was to tell that it will have a front camera for [...]

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Apple concealed all Shipments – No Rumors for next iPad

Apple has put an end to all the rumors and leaks by concealing all its ocean shipments from public. In the consequences of 2008, when ImportGenious rightly predicted the coming of Apple’s iPhone by monitoring the shipments, Apple has concealed the imports making them inaccessible even to U.S. Customs.

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