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Apple might give China Mobile’s TD-SCDMA iPhone a pass

11/08/2011, China Unicom has been Apple’s official carrier for the iPhone in China, but China’s largest carrier, China Mobile, has expressed interest in getting the iPhone onto their network as well. Previous rumors have suggested that Apple was beta testing a...

TC Electronic TonePrint guitar pedals now work with an app

11/08/2011, Earlier this year, TC Electronic released a set of TonePrint guitar pedals that could be customized with downloadable custom-made sounds that were created by some of the best guitarists in the world. All users had to do was download the sounds from the...

Firefox 8 update throws in Twitter search as well

11/08/2011, At long last, the Firefox 8 browser is no longer in beta mode – but rather, it is a full fledged, grown up piece of software that intends to bring your web browsing experience to totally new heights. An update to Firefox for Windows, Mac, Linux and...

Qualcomm purchases wireless electric car charging technology

11/08/2011, It’s been recently announced that Qualcomm has acquired a company called HaloIPT and its assets. For those who didn’t know, HaloIPT is a New Zealand startup that has developed wireless electric car charging technology. The aforementioned...

China Unicom looking to bring in iPhone 4S by end of the year

11/08/2011, Residents in China who have been waiting for the iPhone 4S to land on their shores will be glad to hear that China Unicom is looking to get their hands on the iPhone 4S before the year is out. At the moment the carrier is waiting for the network access...

AT&T launches VoIP app for making international calls

11/08/2011, Subscribers on AT&T’s network that travel often and require to make a lot of calls while overseas will soon find their bills a lot less lighter. This is thanks to an app by AT&T that allows for VoIP calls, although technically we guess that this...

Huawei in negotiations with Microsoft over Android patent licenses

11/08/2011, It looks like Microsoft has plans to add yet another Android manufacturer to their list of licensees, and this time round they have Huawei in their sights. Huawei has confirmed this and it seems that negotiations over the licensing of certain patents are...

Swype arriving on the Nokia Store soon

11/08/2011, Good news for folks who aren’t fans of typing text using the hunt and peck method required by regular touchscreen keyboards. Nokia has announced that Swype for Symbian devices is almost ready to be released on the Nokia Store. The alternative...

Boot to Gecko mobile operating system undergoing testing

11/07/2011, Back in July Mozilla announced its intention to enter the mobile operating system wars with its own offering called Boot to Gecko (B2G). Since then we haven’t really kept up with the project, but according the latest reports online, it looks like...

Sony Ericsson Xperia arc HD spotted in photographs?

11/07/2011, Last week there were reports of an upgraded Sony Ericsson Xperia arc in the works called the Xperia arc HD. Well, now it looks like some photographs of the phone have managed to find their way online. The phone, which is rumored to be the previously...

HTC Rezound unboxed

11/07/2011, If you’re keen on getting your hands on a HTC Rezound and you can’t wait until the 14th to pick it up, you can always feast your eyes by watching some videos in the meantime. The folks over at Wirefly have been kind enough to post up an...

Siri runs on the iPhone 3GS as well

11/07/2011, Earlier this morning, we did talk about rumors of Siri for the iPhone 4 being tested by the good people over at Apple. Well, here is more interesting news for you who are really interested in just about where else Siri is going to make an appearance...

Be wary of iPhone security flaw

11/07/2011, Apple is famous for their closed ecosystem, which is one of the main reasons as to why most of their devices such as the iPhone and iPad have remained more or less free from malware and virus attacks – as all apps are vetted carefully before gaining...