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Malicious Code Hidden in SmartPhone Apps

08/02/2011, Lookout, a mobile security company, has issued a report that illustrates the rise of applications infected by malware (programs built with a malicious intent) on mobile platforms. I was particularly interested by how “pirates”  can sneak...

Motorola Droid Bionic official specs leaked

08/02/2011, Thanks to the folks over at MyDroidWorld, all the speculation about Motorola’s upcoming 4G LTE phone, the Droid Bionic, can come to an end. One of MDW forum users spotted the specs of the phone on the MotoDev page, giving us confirmation about what...

Layar Vision puts augmented reality on top of real world objects

08/02/2011, Augmented reality is a pretty cool concept and it has slowly been finding its way into consumer devices, starting off as a novel idea but eventually growing into something useful. We have come across augmented reality apps that help drivers to judge the...

Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc and Xperia Play receive update

08/02/2011, It looks like Sony Ericsson is doing a good job of keeping its Android phones updated – it has just announced the release of a new update for the Xperia Arc and Xperia Play. The update doesn’t bring the phones past Android 2.3.3, but it does...

NXP Semiconductors lowers NFC shipment estimates

08/02/2011, A few months back, NXP Semiconductors, the company responsible for the NFC technology found in Android devices, came out and said that Google was extremely optimistic regarding NFC adoption, claiming 100 million mobile phones to be shipped with NFC...

Motorola Domino+ spotted in the wild

08/02/2011, The Motorola Domino+ was spotted visiting the offices of the FCC last week, and now it seems that the phone has made its way into the hands of the folks over at MIC who have so kindly taken some photographs of the device and put it up online. The Motorola...

Google+ app for Windows Phone 7 spotted

08/02/2011, It’s already been reported that Google has plans to bring Google+ to Windows Phone 7, but other than that tidbit of information we haven’t seen anything – until today. The folks over at wmpoweruser.com have reported on a screenshot of an app...

Motorola Droid X2 Gingerbread update now online

08/02/2011, Great news for all Droid X2 owners – the Gingerbread update for your phone is officially rolling out as of today. Promised to arrive last week, the update didn’t show up, but as of today, the folks over at Droid-Life have reported that the...

Microsoft changes Windows Phone logo

08/02/2011, Not a fan of the original Windows Phone logo (the Windows symbol inside a circle)? Good news for you because it looks like Microsoft has plans to make some changes to its logo. A Japanese blog, Nanapho, noticed the change recently when the logo on the...

BlackBerry Torch 9850 press shot leaked

08/01/2011, The replacement to the original BlackBerry Torch, the Torch 9850 has been talked about, leaked in photographs, and now – spotted as a rendered press shot, thanks to the folks at pocketnow.com. But RIM still has yet to officially announce the device....

Nokia 500 not as fast as it seems to be on paper

08/01/2011, You know the ridiculous MHz race back in the early 1990s with all the 386 and 486 processors? Well, the same can also be said of cell phone processors, although not up to the extent of the 80×86 processor era. Nokia’s latest Nokia 500...

Android virus does voice recordings on the quiet

08/01/2011, Who says that phones are safe enough to use that there is no need for anti-virus software? That might be true in the older days before color displays and Internet connectivity on the handset became the norm, but now, we have mobile operating systems that...