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  1. HTC Announces Bunch Of Phones At MWC

    HTC could turn out to be the most active phone maker at the MWC looking at the way things are going. The company has announced as many a five new phones at the event so far and with the two more days for the event to end, there could be even more announcements in the future. As for the new...
  2. Here’s The Sony Xperia Ericsson Neo and Xperia Pro

    Sony Ericsson is the latest entrant in the list of manufacturers that showed off their devices before the official start of the MWC tomorrow. They have just officially launched the Sony Ericsson Neo and the Pro, two powerful multimedia centric, Android powered handsets. The phones belong to the Xperia family and here’s what the spec sheet looks like: Size: 116...
  3. Samsung Announces The Galaxy S II, Galaxy Tab 10.1

    With just a day left for the MWC to kick off, Samsung has announced at an event, the official launch of its successor to the Galaxy S range of Android smartphones in the form of the Galaxy S II. The other notable launch was the Honeycomb powered Galaxy Tab 10.1, Samsung’s competitor to the Apple iPad and the bunch of...
  4. Priority Inbox Arrives On iOS

    Until now, if you had to experience the power of Gmail’s priority inbox, you had to have a desktop computer or an Android device. All you iOS users had to ogle at Android users who had this feature on their devices since time immemorial now. Anyway, that was until now. Because Google has just enabled priority Inbox functionality on the...
  5. Sony Ericsson Officially Reveals The Xperia “Play”

    Sony Ericsson’s much leaked Playstation Phone has been finally made official by the company. The first advertisement for the phone aired on the eve of the Superbowl. We had earlier seen an ad that was leaked just a few days ago. The full version of that ad is the one that has aired now.Sony Ericsson has also revealed that the...
  6. HTC’s Latest Flagship Android Handset Leaked

    It was not very long ago that we saw the first glimpses of a new Android flagship handset spotted by an eagle eyed user at the Taipei Metro. In the second instance of a similar “leak” in as many weeks, we now have folks over at Mobile01 reporting that they have come across clearer images of the same handset. The...
  7. Motorola Cancels Android 2.1 Update For The Cliq XT

    Time for some disappointing news for all your Motorola Cliq XT users on T-Mobile. Remember the promise Motorola made a few months ago about your dear phone getting an update from the ageing Android 1.5 version it was running? Well that update is never going to happen now. Motorola has just officially announced that they have been trying hard to...
  8. Fring For Android Updated: Supports Gingerbread Now

    Skype alternative Fring has announced that it has updated its VoIP and Video calling application for Android. The latest version of the app now supports Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) based devices and also boasts of enhanced audio quality, a new notifications system and a fresh new “activity log” as Fring calls it.They have released a funny video that shows the latest...
  9. Google Android Market Webstore Launched

    We had already reported about Google’s presentation earlier today where they were to show of Honeycomb based tablets. Well the presentation did happen – but instead of a horde of tablets we were informed about the new features Honeycomb would support and new additions to the App Store.The idea is to improve the Android Market experience for end users as...
  10. iPad Dominates Tablets Space With 75% Market Share

    Research Firm Strategy Analytics have in their latest survey report confirmed that Apple’s iPad continues to be the most dominant tablet on the planet with more than 75% of the global market share in Q4, 2010. Its share has however come down considerably from the 95% levels it had back in Q3 2010. Soon after the first of the Android...

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