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Nokia Lumia 900 Ace details revealed

01/04/2012, I like how the paperboys of yore tend to shout on the streets, “Extra! Extra! Read all about it!”, and I guess the modern day equivalent is done through online portals with public relations companies sending out emails to the masses to inform...

Apple iPhone 4S all set to arrive in China

01/04/2012, Apple has just announced that their “best iPhone yet” will finally arrive in China, alongside 21 other countries when Friday the 13th rolls around. This is one of the clearest signs yet that Apple does not really bother too much about...

BlackBerry 10 Milan slider cancelled?

01/04/2012, Here’s an interesting story. Remember how BGR reported that BlackBerry 10 was rumored to be a disaster, and RIM countered their story with claims that the rumors were false? Well, today’s tip seems to suggest that the former’s source...

Nokia Car Mode now available for download

01/04/2012, Remember the Nokia Car Mode app we reported about in September last year? Well, it’s been a few months now but Nokia has finally completed the app and put it up for download. According to an announcement on the official Nokia Blog today, Nokia Care...

Samsung Galaxy M Style joins the entry level crowd

01/04/2012, If you are in the market for an entry level Android-powered smartphone and yet do not want to tote the Nokia 3310 equivalent of 2012, then you might be interested to know that phone maven Samsung has already unveiled the latest member of their Galaxy line...

Is the Android ecosystem too fragmented?

01/04/2012, While Google pride itself in its Android operating system for the level of openness without any limitations for the consumer’s benefit, there are other parties out there who beg to differ. This group would agree that Android is more open compared to iOS...

Ask Ziggy brings Siri to Windows Phone

01/03/2012, While Android has got its fair share of Siri clones on its platform, Windows Phone hasn’t been getting as much love from developers when it comes to voice activated assistants, until today. Called Ask Ziggy, this new app brings natural speech...

BlackBerry Porsche P’9981 available for pre-order now

01/03/2012, If you’re a fan of the BlackBerry Porsche P’9981 phone or you’ve got some money to blow and you don’t know what phone to spend it on we’ve got some good news for you. The specially designed BlackBerry phone, the Porsche...

Siri clone removed from Android Market

01/03/2012, Google has banned the Siri knockoff app that was making its rounds on the Android Market, which is good for them considering the app called “Siri for Android” is nowhere near the proficiency of the actual Siri’s performance on the iPhone...

LG Connect 4G spotted in images

01/03/2012, LG has a new phone lined up for MetroPCS, Verizon and Sprint named the Connect 4G according to the folks over at PocketNow who managed to snag some pictures of the handset and information about the handset. The phone itself doesn’t look too...

Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus unveiled

01/03/2012, Samsung has posted up on its official site, the specs of a new phone called the Galaxy Ace Plus. Touted as a successor to the original Galaxy Ace, it features entry-level specs that will probably leave power-users wanting more. But for those of you who...

One billion app download barrier broken over the holiday week

01/02/2012, ‘Tis indeed the season to be jolly, at least according to the figures shown for the time period of Christmas Day all the way to New Year’s Day, where over a billion apps were downloaded for both iOS and Android-powered platforms. This is in...

Fix the lag on your Galaxy Nexus

01/02/2012, The perception is this – the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is the most desirable Android-powered smartphone at the moment, simply because it runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich with powerful hardware that enables it to perform just about all tasks it is...