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Sony LT29i Hayabusa Nenamark benchmark spotted

03/01/2012, There is a spanking new Nenamark benchmark which was recently spotted, and the handset in question is the rumoured Sony LT29i handset, or better known as ‘Hayabusa’ if codenames are your thing. It is rather interesting to note that the benchmark...

iPhone app locates stores with hottest hunks

03/01/2012, Here is one for the Forever Alone ladies – this iPhone app is said to make use of your iPhone’s built-in GPS chip in order to zoom in on stores that have the sexiest, drool-worthy guys around. Rolled out by Datacraft earlier last month, it is...

Nokia rumored to be working on QWERTY Windows Phone

03/01/2012, Yesterday we reported that according to rumors, Microsoft is allegedly testing dual-core Windows Phone devices, and it seems that not only is there the possibility of seeing a dual-core Windows Phone by the end of the year, but there is also the...

Sony won’t be releasing quad-core phones until 2013?

03/01/2012, If you’re looking forward to get your hands on a Sony Android phone packing a quad-core processor this year, it looks like you might be disappointed. The folks over at CNET recently spoke to Stephen Sneeden, product marketing manager for Sony Mobile...

Unofficial VLC Beta for Android released

03/01/2012, The popular video player, VLC, made its brief debut on iOS but was then pulled by the developer over disagreements with Apple’s iTunes App Store policies. We’re sure that many Android owners are probably looking forward to seeing it arrive on Android,...

LG announces WCD-800 wireless charging cradle

03/01/2012, Wireless charging is an elegant solution for those who’d rather not deal with a mass of messy cable strewn across the floor and table, but unfortunately most wireless charging solutions leave us unable to do much with the device while it charges....

HTC One X to launch on Sprint and T-Mobile

02/29/2012, HTC’s new range of One smartphones has certainly impressed the crowd over at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, and we do look forward to see these handsets arrive on the mass market shortly. We do know that the HTC One XL will hit AT&T...

Microsoft testing dual-core processors for Windows Phone 8?

02/29/2012, Looking forward to dual-core Windows Phone devices? It looks like the phones are being tested at the moment, according to a report from The Verge. Their sources have mentioned that Microsoft’s Windows Phone engineering team is currently testing the...

Google Wallet and Google+ app updates for Android released

02/29/2012, Google has started pushing out a new updates for its Google Wallet and Google+ apps on Android. While the Google+ update doesn’t do much except the usual “stability improvements and bug fixes”, the Google Wallet app has received more...

Skype beta for Windows Phone doesn’t work in the background

02/29/2012, The Skype beta for Windows Phone was launched a couple of days ago and it looks like there are some major flaws spotted for the app. According to reports online – the app doesn’t work in the background. Despite Windows Phone 7.5’s limited...

Sprint releases Mobile Accessibility app free to its customers

02/29/2012, Sprint announced today at the annual International Technology & Persons with Disabilities Conference that it will be offering Code Factory’s Mobile Accessibility app for Android devices for free to its Sprint, Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile USA...

Diff Case for iPhone has many uses

02/29/2012, iPhone cases come in different shapes and sizes, and given the number of things we can do on our phone, one size certainly does not fit all. If you are in the market for a multipurpose case, then perhaps the Diff Case could be the case that you are...

ClassPager lets teachers send students quizzes via SMS

02/29/2012, Students, we have bad news headed your way. If you thought that you were off the hook once class was over, you could be mistaken thanks to ClassPager, a newly launched SMS service that allows teachers to send quizzes and reminders to students outside of...