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ooVoo Brings Six-way Video Chat To Android

12/16/2010, Video chat seems to be increasingly popular after Apple introduced FaceTime on the iPhone 4. Now online video chat service ooVoo has released an Android application that extends its six-way video chat service to mobile and supports connections over Wi-Fi,...

Microsoft’s Upcoming WP7 Update Codenamed Mango?

12/16/2010, A lot of news has been going around recently about some upcoming updates for Windows Phone 7 and now one of the updates has gotten a codename – Mango. According to the rumors, Mango will add the Silverlight runtime and HTML5 support, not to mention...

Dell Sending Bluetooth Headsets To Early Venue Pro Adopters

12/16/2010, Folks who have ordered (and probably are still waiting for the) Dell Venue Pro know that the phone has been taking more than a little time in order to reach customers. While that’s an unfortunate situation, the good news is that Dell is taking some...

Motorola Trademarks The Stadia For Future Phone?

12/15/2010, Motorola has filed two trademark applications with the USPTO and one of the applications seems to give some hints on the Stadia, which seems to be a handheld gaming device that could involve an external monitor. The device is described as a non-medical...

Meizu Gearing Up To Launch The M9

12/15/2010, The Meizu M9 may not look as much like the iPhone as the M8 did, but it’s still a sleek looking device with some juicy specifications. The website for the phone and forum have since gone live, offering up-to-date photos of this phone and confirming...

Best Buy offers $99.99 Dell Streak

12/15/2010, If you’re looking for a rather large sized smartphone (assuming you have huge pockets), then the Dell Streak might be your cup of tea. Best Buy is offering the Dell Streak for $99.99, where it will be accompanied by a 2-year service contract from...

LG Optimus 2X launched, in Korea

12/15/2010, LG has just announced the launch of the LG Optimus 2X, a Tegra-powered cousin of the LG Star. The phone features 8GB of storage, a 4-inch WVGA display and a 1500mAh battery. Because it is powered by NVIDIA’s 1GHz Tegra processor, it can decode 1080p...

BlackBerry Desktop Manager for Mac touches version 2.0.0

12/15/2010, Research In Motion (RIM) has recently introduced a new update to their BlackBerry Desktop Manager for Mac, hitting version 2.0.0. As expected with any new version, this update will see the introduction of a bunch of new features, improvements, and...

Samsung plans to integrate Mobage social gaming platform

12/15/2010, Samsung as well as the subsidiary of DeNa, ngmoco, have joined forces to bring a social gaming platform for Samsung handsets. Known as the Mobage social gaming platform, it will soon be integrated in the majority of Samsung Android smartphones in due...

iPhone app hacks colorblindness

12/15/2010, The iPhone is already famous for its ability to do a whole lot of stuff, especially with add-ons and what not, but security researcher Dan Kaminsky has other ideas this time around – to develop a fix for faulty photoreceptors in one’s eyes. In...

WP7 to get in-browser Silverlight and HTML5

12/15/2010, Windows phone 7 has created a huge discontinuity in the Windows Phone familly, but Microsoft is pushing forward and intends to support in-browser Silverlight* embeds for video playback, but also web apps. HTML5 is also high on the list, and if the support...

IBM unveils Lotus Notes Traveler 8.5.2.1 for Android

12/15/2010, Lotus Notes used to be really huge back in the day, but it is nice to see IBM not killing off the software suite just yet, having introduced Lotus Notes Traveler 8.5.2.1 for Android smartphones. Currently, it works with iOS, Windows Mobile and Symbian...

iPhone’s Graphics Set To Improve?

12/15/2010, With the recent sales figures of Infinity Blade on the iPhone, there’s not much doubt that the iPhone can be used as a gaming platform. With that in mind, Imagination Technologies has acquired Caustic Graphics. In case you didn’t know,...