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Vodafone UK lowers iPhone 4S prices

10/11/2011, With the iPhone 4S hitting over 1 million pre-orders on its first day, and shattering the iPhone 4’s record of 600,000, it is looking like the iPhone 4S is turning out to be quite the popular device after all, despite the lukewarm reception that it...

Siri appears to work great with British accents

10/11/2011, One of the interesting questions I had about Siri is that will it work across the board? Voice recognition on paper sounds great, but given that even in a country like the US where the English language is spoken a great deal, but what about those who...

BlueStack launches alpha App Player for Windows

10/11/2011, If you’ve ever wished that some of your Android apps were available on your Windows computer, it may not be such a pipe dream after all. BlackStacks has officially launched the alpha version of their App Player for Windows, which essentially an...

Apple’s iMessage said to undermine carrier’s profits

10/11/2011, One of the defining features of Blackberry devices was their Blackberry Messenger (BBM) system, which allowed Blackberry users to communicate with other Blackberry users for free over WiFi or mobile internet. Now it looks like Apple has decided to take...

Nokia Windows Phone ads leaked

10/11/2011, Nokia World is only a few weeks away, and it looks like the Finnish company is gearing up for the event with adverts for its upcoming devices. The Nokia Sea Ray has been spotted in a couple of ads found by the guys at Pocketnow. This time around it looks...

Most secure Android phone in the world

10/11/2011, The Germans are an efficient lot, and when it comes the quality of their automobiles, well Mercedes Benz, BMW and Audi says it all, don’t they? The Swedish are also in with a shout for the safest car in the market, but when it comes to having the...

Early iPhone 4S benchmarks

10/11/2011, The iPhone 4S isn’t even available to the masses yet, although a massive number of pre-orders have made this smartphone a record breaker in its own right. As for the select few who somehow have managed to get hold of the iPhone 4S, they have...

AT&T Toggle lets you work and play with one phone

10/11/2011, There is a reason for a Dual SIM phone – so that you will be able to divide those on your contact list between work and leisure contacts, and there is no need to carry around two phones when one will do just fine. Well, I clearly remember the Nokia...

Nokia C2-05 for the budget minded

10/11/2011, Nokia seems to be working down the food chain instead of remaining at the top, but who can blame them considering the kind of position that they have placed themselves in? The Nokia C2-05 is clearly a budget centric smartphone that comes in a slider...

Nokia X2-05 takes the candybar route

10/11/2011, I must say, Nokia’s phones these days tend to look minimalistic in order to keep up with the times, and looks can be rather deceiving at times since most of their handsets in the entry level and mid-range tend to look far better than they perform in...

NAVIGON for Windows Phone 7 launched

10/11/2011, Don’t want to use Bing Maps on your Windows Phone device? Well you’re not left with many choices, but today – NAVIGON has added one more to the list with NAVIGON for Windows Phone 7. The app has useful features such as spoken turn-by-turn...

T-Mobile Bobsled announced

10/11/2011, T-Mobile, the only major US carrier that has yet to offer the iPhone as part of its portfolio, has just announced new (and interesting, of course) updates to Bobsled after working with Vivox. This has squarely positioned Bobsled as T-Mobile’s bid to...