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Apple sues HTC again

07/12/2011, Fresh from battling with Samsung and Amazon, it looks like Apple is out for more blood. The Cupertino-based company has filed another lawsuit against the company it tried to take down earlier this year – HTC. According to reports Apple is targeting over...

Mango brings navigation improvements to Windows Phone 7

07/12/2011, Besides the previously announced features of Windows Phone 7 Mango (multi-tasking, speed up of apps, Windows Live Messenger integrations etc), the folks over at the Windows Team blog have decided to reveal even more about the update. With over 500 new...

Android malware DroidDream Light spotted over the weekend

07/12/2011, Android users, it appears that over the weekend, more Android malware has made its way to the Android Market. Given the frequency of malware popping up for Android, we really shouldn’t be surprised. The infected apps have already been taken off the...

Official Scrabble game now on Android

07/12/2011, Tired of playing Scrabble clones on your Android smartphone? Well, you won’t have to anymore. Hasbro has just announced the release of Scrabble for Android today. Joining Scrabble for iOS and Facebook, Scrabble for Android will also support cross...

Verizon Droid Incredible 2 receives Android 2.3 Gingerbread update

07/11/2011, For those who are Verizon Wireless subscribers in possession of the Droid Incredible 2, here is a piece of good news that you and your smartphone would love to hear – the handset is on the receiving end of the long awaited Android 2.3 Gingerbread...

Google+ hardware button set to hit Android smartphones?

07/11/2011, Remember the HTC Status that is available over at AT&T which sports a dedicated Facebook button? The social network wars heat up all the more on mobile platforms, with rumors of the Google+ hardware button making its way to future Android smartphones....

TekTrak lets you find your missing Samsung Android phone

07/11/2011, If you’re a Samsung phone user and you feel like you’re missing out on the phone-tracking service that HTC users get with HTCSense.com, fret not because Samsung now has its own offering for you. Developed by TekTrak, this app/service gives...

A 16-year old’s vision of the Blackberry OS 8

07/11/2011, RIM is steadily declining in terms of smartphone market share, and there could be a variety of reasons behind it. It could be due to the hardware, which was only recently upgraded with the Blackberry Bold Touch 9900 (1.2GHz processor) to put it somewhat...

Panamp for the iPhone aims to replaces the native music player

07/11/2011, Tired of the default music player app on your iPhone? So are the folks over at Clever & Son who decided to come up with their own iPhone music player app called Panamp. With a whole new set of features to differentiate it from the default app,...

Panasonic Lumix P-05C phone is sporting a 13.2 megapixel camera

07/11/2011, According to the statistics, the iPhone 4’s camera is one of the most popular cameras used on Flickr. The Nokia N9’s camera sounds promising too, with the ability to load up fast and also featuring Carl Zeiss optics, but what about Panasonic’s...

Microsoft patent suggests a detachable dual-screened smartphone

07/11/2011, Dual-screened devices can sometimes prove to be a good thing, or a bad thing. In terms of gaming, the Nintendo DS proved to be very successful with the dual-screen design. The smartphone, Kyocera Echo, which was a rather unique offering during its time,...

Von phone concept

07/11/2011, Do you think that designs of phones these days have plateaued, with nothing really jaw dropping to entice you to part with your hard earned money? We guess that folks aren’t placing that high an importance on sheer design alone, as the handset would...

LG Optimus Pro is a throwback to old school Palm Pre

07/11/2011, It seems as though Korean smartphone manufacturer is currently working on a spanking new handset for the masses which will come in the form of the LG Optimus Pro. This will be powered by the Android operating system, and while it has a full touchscreen...