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Google Goggles coming to iOS platform

08/23/2010, Google will be introducing their Google Goggles application over to owners of iOS-operated devices, thanks to an announcement by Goggles’ project lead David Petrou who spoke at the Hot Chips conference at Stanford University. This will happen before...

FCC takes a gander at LG GW910

08/23/2010, The latest Windows Phone 7 (WP7) handset from LG to clear the FCC’s hurdles would be the LG GW910, where it is stated to make its way towards AT&T (who is after all, dubbed the “premier” carrier for WP7 although others might beg to...

Android App Licensing Mechanism Still Easy to Break

08/23/2010, According to Android Police, Google’s new app licensing mechanism designed to protect developers against app piracy is still relatively easy to break. The site says that since the License Verification Library isn’t a core component of the...

BlackBerry Bold 9780 Pictured With OS 6 Again

08/23/2010, We recently managed to get some details of the upcoming Bold 9780 (R020), which should be the replacement for the current Bold 9700, and now more pictures of this upcoming device have surfaced, confirming that it will be running BlackBerry OS 6. The 9780...

LG E900 spotted in video, lacks keyboard

08/23/2010, Remember the LG C900 that we covered recently? Well, it seems that this handset will come in a version that will lack a keyboard, known as the LG E900. Perhaps the “E” prefix here stands for “Empty”? We digress, and according to...

Swype Keyboard Breaks World Record For Fastest Text Message Again

08/23/2010, If you weren’t convinced of the capabilities of the Swype input system, word has just come in that a British woman has texted her way into the Guinness Book of World Records by completing a rather tricky phrase on her Samsung Galaxy S. This comes...

Pinball Magic iPhone Pinball Table

08/22/2010, Want a pinch of nostalgia with your iPhone? New Potato has released Pinball Magic for the iPhone/iPod touch, transforming the device into a realistic-looking pinball machine table that will work with the accompanying app. Pinball Magic comes with flipper...

Samsung Galaxy S can be unlocked

08/22/2010, Dagentooboy of XDA-Developers has stumbled upon the codes which are used to unlock the Samsung Galaxy S, and they are stored within a .BAK file on the handset itself. These codes are a snap to find, that all you require would be a hex editor and key the...

BlackBerry Torch Review

08/20/2010, The Blackberry Torch has been launched recently with relatively little fanfare, but signs point to the fact that it has taken the position of “best blackberry ever” from the Bold 9700. The Torch is now available on AT&T’s network and...

SMS Text Messages Used to Authenticate Real Medicine in Africa

08/20/2010, To combat the rise of counterfeit and fake anti-malaria medicines in Africa, governments of various African countries are implementing a system where users can scan a small label under the medicine’s cap, which will be analyzed by a central server,...

Windows Phone 7 set to rock and roll with Xbox 360 Kinect features

08/20/2010, Who would have figured out that integration between Windows Phone 7 and the Xbox 360 Kinect would be possible (apart from the fact that both are from Microsoft, of course)? Those who are in attendance at Gamescom might have caught wind of news that Kudo...

Dell Thunder prototype details revealed

08/20/2010, The mysterious Dell Thunder has been scrutinied further, and here are some findings on its innards. You will find a 1GHz Snapdragon processor within alongside a Qualcomm Adreno graphics (similar to that of the Nexus One), accompanied by a 4.1-inch...

Concept: PCOD Ultrathin And Lightweight Wearable Smartphone

08/20/2010, Mankind seems to have some strange obsession with wristwatch cell phone designs; perhaps it has something to do with Dick Tracy. Now an Irish designer has come up with an ultra thin and light wearable phone concept, dubbed the PCOD (Personal...