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Fuji Xerox kicks off cloud service

12/07/2011, The cloud seems to be quite a fun place to be at these days – just take a look at the number of services that are put up by different companies concerning storing your crucial and important files on the cloud, and you get an idea. Fuji Xerox has...

Samsung Epic 4G Touch gets software fix

12/07/2011, You know something? The more complex phones get, the chances are higher for them to experience issues with the software as well as hardware. I remember back in the mid- to late-1990s, where featurephones ruled the world, and you never really needed to...

PowerSkin Gaming Skin extends your gaming sessions

12/07/2011, Don’t you hate it when you’re playing games on your iPhone and you run out of battery to make or receive phone calls? You could always play right next to a power socket and keep your iPhone plugged in – but what if you’re not at home?...

Facebook Android app update officially launched

12/07/2011, The other day we mentioned that the Facebook for Android app would be getting an update in the near future and it looks like it’s sooner than expected. If you don’t already know – the official Facebook app for Android isn’t very good...

Motorola explains the Ice Cream Sandwich update process

12/07/2011, If you’ve ever wondered why it takes so long for you to get new Android updates on your phone or tablet, you might already know that even though an update has been released by Google – it doesn’t mean that it’s ready for your device....

Android choppy UI: hardware acceleration isn’t the problem

12/07/2011, The choppiness of Android’s user interface has been debated for as long as Android has existed, and many critics often claim that Android phones should “use the hardware” to draw the user interface, but in fact Android has always been...

VooMote Zapper starts to ship

12/07/2011, Zero1.tv is a name that is synonymous with offering user interfaces for home entertainment solutions, and today they have announced that consumers who want to lighten the load on their pockets that are positively bulging with cash will be able to do so by...

BlackBerry Milan render leaked?

12/07/2011, While we’re still many months away from the arrival of the first BlackBerry 10 (formerly BBX) devices, that doesn’t mean we don’t get a preview of what they look like. The folks over at Crackberry have managed to uncover an image render...

AT&T throttles heavy data use for iPhone users

12/07/2011, iPhone users who have long pledged their loyalty to AT&T not because they are the best mobile carrier network out there, but simply because back in 2007 and for a few years after that, there was no one else in the US who offered the iPhone from Apple,...

Android’s history detailed

12/07/2011, If you’re a curious Android user, or you’re just someone who is keen to find out more about the operating system that has taken the mobile world by storm – the folks over at The Verge have written up a very in-depth and interesting article...

Speck’s MightyVault case for the iPhone 4/4S looks rugged

12/07/2011, Protective casings for the iPhone come in a variety of shapes and sizes and design, but if you’d rather not sport an iPhone case that looks like it’s ready to march off to war, perhaps Speck’s MightyVault iPhone 4/4S casing might be a casing worth...