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France Mulls Over New Smartphone And Tablet Tax

05/13/2013, How does a government earn its keep and run the country well? Apart from borrowing more money than it can ever repay, resulting in an ever growing national debt year on year, you could always find new ways to stem the bleeding by increasing government...

Philips Make Foray Into Quad-Core Smartphone Market

05/13/2013, Whenever one talks about smartphones, the name Philips would definitely not pop up on anyone’s radar. After all, this is a company that churned out regular feature phones in the past, and even then they did not manage to make quite a name for...

Judge Fines Himself After His Phone Disrupt Court Proceedings

04/15/2013, “Physician, heal thyself!” is most probably quoted from time to time, but have you ever heard of a judge who actually fined himself due to contempt of court? I am quite sure that some bizarre things have happened in the courtroom before, but Judge...

FAA Dismisses Claims An Android App’s Ability To Takeover A Plane

04/12/2013, We reported on a story where a hacker claimed to have created an Android application that would be able to completely take over an aircraft. Hugo Teso, who is a security consultant and ex-commercial pilot, says his application would be able to make an...

HTC One Review (M7)

04/10/2013, The HTC One is the latest HTC flagship smartphone announced just before MWC at a press conference in NYC. Simply put, the One is one of the most beautiful smartphone introduced in 2013, and it packs serious performance as well. In a market dominated by...

Unannounced LG Device Comes Out Tops In GLBenchmark Tests

03/29/2013, There is the international many of mystery, so why not introduce an international phone of mystery? Right now, there are a few candidates lined up to take over that particular title, but just for this one day, let us bestow such an honor on this...

MagicPlan Maps Out Your Home From Your Smartphone

03/12/2013, Being able to map out pretty much the entire world is something Google has set out to do with its Google Maps service. One place they’re probably not allowed to map is your home, although we’re sure many of you would probably welcome Google to...

94fifty Basketball Communicates With Smartphone

03/04/2013, Now here is a novel idea – connecting your basketball to a smartphone. Sure, how do you do so? Throw the basketball at the smartphone, hoping that the Gorilla Glass 2 screen is able to withstand the impact? No, it does so in a far gentler manner,...