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Nokia Lumia 920 wireless charging offered in coffee shop in Russia

12/04/2012, When the Nokia Lumia 920 was announced with its wireless charging capabilities, Nokia also revealed that there will be some places in which wireless chargers will be embedded into the tables, allowing customers to charge their phones wirelessly while...

Sony could introduce cheap quad-core smartphones in 2013 [Rumor]

12/04/2012, In case you weren’t aware of this, current Sony Android smartphones are powered by dual-core chipsets, while their competitors such as HTC and Samsung have introduced quad-core smartphones as early as MWC this year. The good news is that if you are...

Blackberry 10 accessories spotted in a list leaked online

12/04/2012, Wondering what sort of accessories you will be able to accessorize your new Blackberry 10 smartphone with upon its release in 2013? The folks at BerryBlog.hu have managed to get their hands on what looks like a screenshot of a list of accessories from RIM...

Ericsson seeks a US import ban on Samsung products

12/04/2012, A week ago we reported that Ericsson was suing Samsung in the US over alleged patent infringement, and now unsurprisingly the Swedish company has reached out to the US ITC and are seeking a US import ban on Samsung’s products. According to Ericsson, the...

Gmail For Android Brings Swiping & Resizing Capabilities

12/03/2012, Good news to all loyal Gmail users on Android. Google has just announced that it has released version 4.2.1 of its Gmail app for Android today. One of the best features of version 4.2.1 is the ability to re-size email messages, thanks to the new...

Android Key Lime Pie Name Confirmed

12/03/2012, Prior to Android 4.2’s release, many folks were speculating that this could very well be known as Android 4.2 Key Lime Pie to keep up with tradition that required a sweet dessert name to be associated with the next major release of an Android operating...

AT&T Outage In Detroit

12/03/2012, If you happen to live in Detroit and are a subscriber of AT&T’s services, were you affected by a reported wide-spread blackout in the metro Detroit area? According to AT&T spokesman Jermaine Spight, AT&T has yet to be able to pinpoint the...

SMS Celebrates 20th Birthday

12/03/2012, It was on December 3, 1992, when the first text message in the world was sent in the UK. Neil Papworth, who is an engineer working in the UK back then, had the honor of sending the first SMS in the world, and instead of something geekier like “Hello,...

Nokia Unveils Cheap 114 Dual-SIM Handset

12/03/2012, For some reason, Nokia has discreetly posted a new handset on its website, and it is called the Nokia 114. Perhaps the Finnish phone maker realized that this phone needs no special introduction, as it is basically a simple handset that costs way cheaper...

PayPal Vanishes From Windows Phone Store

12/03/2012, It is not uncommon to see apps being removed from the Windows Phone Store without any reason, or just a little bit of explanation given, and it seems that one of the more major apps, PayPal, has joined this unwanted list with its recently updated...

Pope Gets On Twitter With @pontifex

12/03/2012, Pope Benedict XVI has finally managed to jump aboard the Twitter bandwagon from December 12th of this year onwards, at least this is what the Vatican has confirmed. The Pope’s username is pretty cool, considering how the faithful billions should start...