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  1. Sony Ericsson's PlayStation Phone Appears!

    In what has to be one of the most significant news for all you gamers out there, Engadget has posted images of what it says are the confirmed images of the upcoming Playstation phone that Sony is planning to bring to you very soon.Identical to the existing PSP in design, the device has large display and runs Android. It is...
  2. Apple Approves DOS Emulator App. Boots It Quickly

    We wonder how the muffins at the Apple App Store approve stuff. Just a few hours after they allowed a DOS emulator application inside the App Store, they have now removed it.The app, known as iDOS was approved last night and was available on the app store for a few hours. It is a DOSbox based open source DOS emulator...
  3. samsung wave s8350 launched

    Samsung has took the covers of the successor to the Samsung Wave S8500. Known as the S8530, this BADA based phone is a slight upgrade over the original Wave. The new phone features a, 3.7-inch Super Clear LCD display (and not AMOLED). It is larger than the 3.3 - inch display on the Wave S8500. It seems Samsung has opted...
  4. No iDevices Allowed in The Gates Household

    Melinda Gates, the wife of billionaire Bill Gates, the former CEO of Microsoft has revealed that her family doesn't welcome Apple products in to their household. In an interview to the New York Times Magazine, she reaffirmed that no Apple product had ever been used by any if her family members.In the past, Melinda was overheard saying that she wouldn't...
  5. Android App Market Now Has 100,000 Apps

    The Android Market has finally reached the milestone of 100,000 apps to become the second App Store to breach the 100,000 apps mark. Up there in the top position is of course the Apple App Store with close to 200,000 applications.According to the New York Times, around 270,000 developers are actively involved in writing software for Android. The number of...
  6. Nimbuzz Boots Out Skype Support

    Nimbuzz has officially removed support for Skype for its mobile application after the latter asked them to do so.In a blog post, Nimbuzz explains :"We want to give you the freedom to choose and control every aspect of how you stay in touch with friends, family, and co-workers. Social Networks and IM communities are important to today’s online lifestyle, so...
  7. iPhone Overtakes Blackberry In The Smartphones War

    According to latest report form folks over at Strategy Analytics, Apple is doing quite well on the global smartphones sector. In fact, in the last quarter, it has managed to sell over 15.4 million iPhones - comfortably outselling all BlackBerry devices put together. RIM on the other hand could only sell 12.4 million handsets during the same time. Apple, thanks...
  8. Apple Will Not Let You Choose What the “Mute” Button on the iPad Should Do

    In January 2010, when Apple first showed us all the iPad, it came with a button that was labeled as a "mute button" in the diagrams. However, when the iPad was launched in April, the mute button had changed to a switch using which users could lock the screen orientation of the iPad. Things were going well until iPad released...
  9. Windows 8 To Arrive In Two Years?

    Microsoft has in a blog post on one its Dutch websites sort of confirmed that it is already working on the next version of Windows and that it would be ready for launch for launch in by 2012-13.Thats right. It might take two years for Microsoft to bring Windows 8 (or whatever it might be called then) to the mainstream...
  10. RIM Launches Online App Store

    Until now, the BlackBerry Market was only available through BlackBerry devices. That has however changed with RIM launching a new online version of the store that can be accessed using a computer.This would be a place from where users would be able to purchase apps, edit their account and sync downloads directly to their BlackBerry. The site would also serve...

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