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Nokia Maps for iOS and Android does the offline jig

10/24/2011, Could this bit of news be a redeeming feature for the ailing handset manufacturer from Finland? You decide – we are talking about Nokia Maps which traditionally was available only on Nokia devices, but has since expanded to see action on iOS and...

Motorola Droid RAZR sold unlocked for $600

10/24/2011, The Motorola Droid RAZR, the thinnest LTE phone just yet that runs on the Android operating system, might have just been announced, where it is said to arrive over at Verizon Wireless for $300 a pop. Since then, there was no word from Motorola on whether...

Google Voice back on the App Store

10/21/2011, Earlier this week we reported that the Google Voice app was removed from the App Store due to numerous complaints of the app crashing after customers upgraded to iOS 5. Well, it took a few days, but Google has finally fixed the issue and updated Google...

Verizon officially announces the Samsung Galaxy Nexus

10/21/2011, The Samsung Galaxy Nexus was announced earlier this week in Hong Kong, but there were no details about which carriers will be selling the device revealed (if you don’t count the hints on Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus interest page) – until this...

Golla launches special edition hard covers for the iPhone 4/4S

10/21/2011, Golla, a Finnish design brand, has announced the launch of six new stylish hard covers for the iPhone 4 and 4S (read our iPhone 4S review). Featuring exciting and flashy designs, the Golla iPhone 4 cases are meant to protect your iPhone from harm, while...

Cobra iHelicopters fires missiles at targets

10/21/2011, The folks over at iHelicopters.net have got yet another iPhone-controlled helicopter for you up their sleeves. This one is called the Cobra iHelicopter, and what sets them aside from other remote-controlled helicopters is the fact that it can fire...

Casetagram puts your Instagram photos to good use

10/21/2011, Instagram has got to be one of the most popular camera/photo sharing apps around. When most third-party services are even struggling to get a cult status, Instagram has its own following of third-party services! And now, joining  the ranks of Stickygram...

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 to stop receiving updates

10/21/2011, Despite Sony Ericsson’s plans to bring Android’s Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 to their Xperia series of Android smartphones, it looks like there will be one Xperia device that will not be getting the update, and it is none other than the Sony Ericsson...

Galaxy Nexus barometer explained

10/21/2011, When the Samsung Galaxy Nexus was revealed earlier this week, it had one interesting feature that was mentioned but not discussed: its onboard barometer. Now you might be wondering; what could a phone possibly do with information about the air pressure?...

Sprint announces CapTel service for those hard of hearing

10/21/2011, For those hard of hearing, Sprint has seen to it that you will be able to get the most out of your mobile experience, especially if you’re using an Android phone, thanks to the Wireless CapTel by Sprint app, which the carrier is claiming “increases...

HTC “very open” to future acquisitions

10/21/2011, We know that HTC has been having some patent infringement woes with Apple, and despite Google throwing some patents their way, it still looks like HTC may not have enough patents to give Apple a run for their money, which is why it is not surprising to...

Ice Cream Sandwich ported onto the Nexus One

10/21/2011, Earlier today we reported that the Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 SDK was ported over to the Nexus S 4G, but for those still on their Nexus One handsets, it looks like porting Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 over to your device may not be such a ludicrous idea...

iPhone 4S pre-orders open up for 22 more countries

10/21/2011, For those not living in the regions where the iPhone 4S was first meant to be released, and you’ve been hungrily watching and reading reviews, browsing through photos and eagerly anticipating when it will arrive to your country, the good news is that...