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Skype Offers New Cheaper International Calling Plans

05/06/2010, Skype already offer some good deals to help you shave your phone bill and now the VoIP company has announced that it has some new and cheaper monthly calling subscriptions to 170 countries around the world, both for landline and mobile phones. You now...

Black HTC Desire Sold Out On Orange UK

05/06/2010, HTC seems to be enjoying quite a bit of success in the UK. After the Nexus One was reportedly sold out over there, now word is going around that the recently released black HTC Desire on Orange has also been sold out. Considering that the HTC Desire is...

Android-version Of SlingPlayer Mobile Is Now In Private Beta

05/06/2010, We already know that Sling Media is planning to churn out an Android version of its SlingPlayer Mobile app, and now it seems that invitations for the private beta are being sent out. As you probably already know, SlingPlayer allows you to watch your...

Android-powered Samsung Galaxy A Available In South Korea

05/06/2010, Folks over in South Korea should be fairly happy to hear that Samsung has released its Android-powered Galaxy A (SHW-M100S) on SK Telecom today. While there isn’t any pricing information released just yet, we do know the technical specifications of...

Apple Patent Wants Cardiac Sensors In The iPhone Case

05/06/2010, When people talk about biometric sensors, you’d more or less think about fingerprint scanners, but Apple has a rather novel way to identify users. In a recent patent filing, it seems that the fruity company has an idea to integrate cardiac sensors...

Dell Aero Visits The FCC

05/06/2010, Dell’s Aero has taken the time out of its busy schedule to pay a visit to the FCC, taking it one step closer to its possible launch in Q2 of 2010. From the FCC reports, you can see that the device supports the UMTS 1900 / 850MHz bands, Wi-Fi b/g and...

Mysterious Nokia Device Visits The FCC

05/06/2010, While it’s not clear what device this is, but we do know that a Nokia device designated “Type: RM-658” has paid a visit to the FCC. Details are virtually nonexistent at the moment, though we do know that it’s destined for T-Mobile....

Samsung Announces 8Gb OneNAND Memory Chips

05/06/2010, Samsung has announced that they’ve come up with a 30nm-based 8Gb (gigabit) OneNAND chip that can be used in smartphones. Thanks to the single-level-cell (SLC) NAND flash design that is being used here, phone manufacturers are able to handle more...

Motorola Milestone Gets The Android 2.1 Update In the UK

05/06/2010, Android 2.1 has been rolling out to Motorola’s Milestone bit by bit and now Google’s latest version of its Android mobile OS has been released for Motorola Milestone owners in the UK. The announcement was made through Motorola’s Facebook...

Vodafone UK Gearing Up To Offer The LG Viewty Smile GT400

05/06/2010, There LG Viewty Smile GT400 won’t be challenging the likes of the iPhone and Nexus One anytime soon, but if you’re looking for a relatively cheap phone that offers a bunch of useful features, you’ll be happy to hear this it has made its...

Sprint HTC EVO Pre-orders This Month At The Shack?

05/06/2010, Can’t wait to get hold of HTC’s EVO 4G WiMAX cell phone? The good news is that a leak from The Shack’s internal website has surfaced, showing that the phone will be coming soon, and pre-orders will begin later this month, so it...

Clearer Pictures Of The BlackBerry 9670 Running OS 6 Surface

05/06/2010, Pictures of the BlackBerry 9670 clamshell running OS 6 surfaced a few days ago, though the quality of the pictures was so bad that they were more or less considered to be fakes. Now more pictures have surfaced, showing the phone much clearer, and seems to...

The iPhone 4G Could Support 720p HD Video Recording

05/05/2010, While there’s no official indication whether the next iPhone would be called the iPhone HD or iPhone 4, we are really looking forward to seeing it support HD video recording, and we might actually be granted our wish. A few lines of code in the...