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Samsung Nori F2 introduced

04/06/2011, Samsung of South Korea has just rolled out a new cell phone in their country under the Nori banner, where it will be known as the Samsung Nori F2. If you happen to have a penchant for model names and numbers, then this puppy can be called the...

HTC zips past Nokia in market capitalization

04/06/2011, Nokia’s suits must be running around in a frenzy, as we now have word that HTC has just overtaken Nokia’s market capitalization – this coming off a recent “victory” where they also soared past Research in Motion (the company...

100 Atari Classic Games on iOS

04/06/2011, Atari Greatest Hits is a package that contains 18 arcade games and 92 Atari 2600 games. First, if you simply download the app, you get Pong for free (this may be a temporary promo). As for the others, you can opt to buy each game for $0.99, or the whole...

HTC releases its own Windows Phone 7 update

04/06/2011, HTC is known to be pretty diligent when it comes to pushing out updates for their phones as we discovered with their Android devices, but it looks like they’re working just as hard with Windows Phone 7. Folks who updated their phones early using the...

Samsung Galaxy S receiving Gingerbread in a matter of weeks

04/06/2011, Samsung’s flagship Android phone, the Galaxy S, was promised to have Gingerbread (Android 2.3) by the end of March – but from the looks of how things have been it looks like the promise wasn’t kept. However, UK mobile carrier, Three has...

HTC Desire solves puzzles

04/06/2011, Who would have thought that a relatively old smartphone would have enough processing muscle to solve complex problems and puzzles? Granted, it isn’t exactly harnessing the power of the HTC Desire to find a cure for cancer, but what we have here is a...

White iPhone 4 bumper buzz

04/06/2011, It seems that the white iPhone 4 has been in focus for quite some time through numerous rumors, and with the Apple Store not being accessible, that has further added fuel to the rumors. It seems that Apple has deleted any reference of the white iPhone 4...

Fotopedia Paris: a Visual Virtual Tour of Paris for iPhone

04/06/2011, Fotopedia Paris Tour selection Fotopedia, the collaborative photographic encyclopedia, launched Fotopedia Paris, an app that lets users visually discover Paris on their iPhone or iPad. Using a large collection of 4,000 stunning photographs taken by...

New BlackBerry Radio update in the Beta Zone

04/06/2011, Folks who enjoy using the latest BlackBerry software, even if they are beta versions will be happy to know that the BlackBerry radio has received a new update. The app is now at version 1.0.0.41, and brings new features such as new Nobex radio streams...

HTC Pyramid to be renamed HTC Sensation

04/06/2011, Apparently the folks over at Pocket-lint received some exclusive information concerning the upcoming superphone from HTC – the HTC Pyramid. According to their sources, the HTC Pyramid will be renamed to the HTC Sensation when it arrives in the UK in the...

iPhone FaceTime bug stores pictures without you knowing

04/06/2011, It looks like FaceTime does more than just let you and your loved ones video call over WiFi – according to recent reports cropping up on the Apple discussion forums, the video calling app on the iPhone 4 scares people too. A user has reported that still...

webOS smartphone could be the Stingray

04/05/2011, HP’s upcoming Stingray device could very well be this unnamed and unidentified webOS smartphone device that was caught in the wild. Guesstimates point towards a screen resolution of 480 x 800 pixels, alongside what looks like a front-facing camera...