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Google Gesture Search Updated To Support Android 1.6

03/17/2010, If you’re running Android 1.6 and were drooling over Google’s Gesture Search that was announced about two weeks back, you’re in for a treat, as Google has just officially announced support for Google Gesture Search on Android 1.6. Google...

Samsung i5700 Gets Official Android 2.1 Update

03/16/2010, Owners of the Samsung i5700 Galaxy Spica who were patient enough to not be tempted by any unofficial Android 2.1 update for the phone look like they will be rewarded, as Samsung has officially released the Android 2.1 update for the Galaxy Spica. Said...

Verizon Motorola Droid To Get Official Android 2.1 Update Soon

03/16/2010, If you’ve been dying to get Google’s latest version of Android, Android 2.1, on your Motorola Droid, but didn’t dare use any hacked firmware, it seems that you’re in luck. Verizon Wireless has officially confirmed that the Motorola...

Palm Pre Supports Flash 10.1 But Not Hulu.com

03/16/2010, While a great many mobile devices out in the market don’t support Adobe’s Flash, it’s nice to see a video pop up showing Flash 10.1 running on the Palm Pre (at last week’s Game Developer Conference). The good news is that Flash...

No Copy Paste For Windows Phone 7 Series

03/16/2010, If the fact that Windows Phone 7 Series (WP7S) won’t support multitasking didn’t tip you off that it’s going down the iPhone’s initial path, the latest update that WP7S won’t support copy and paste will certainly cement that...

INQ Chat 3G and INQ Mini 3G arrives in India

03/16/2010, Those who are living in India might be pleased to know that both the INQ Chat 3G and INQ Mini 3G will be arriving in that part of the world from this week onwards, courtesy of Aircel. These handsets are meant for social networking butterflies, where one...

Facebook To Launch Camera Friendly QR Codes?

03/16/2010, Word is going around that Facebook could be testing the usage of QR codes on its site. In case you aren’t familiar, QR codes are like a 2D bar code for your mobile phone, allowing your phone to easily scan the QR code and get the information. It...

Push To Talk For BlackBerry Tour Details

03/16/2010, It seems that Verizon’s Blackberry Tour will be getting the Push to Talk (PTT) feature sometime in the near future, thanks to a leaked PDF that has surfaced. According to the information leaked, PTT will be available as a $5 add-on feature, which...

Google Nexus One Trademark Refused

03/16/2010, It seems that despite Google seeming to be able to do just anything, the company still does hit occasional roadblocks. Apparently Google’s attempt to trademark the Nexus One has run into a speed bump, as the US Trademark Office believes that...

Samsung Jet Ultra heads for O2

03/16/2010, Samsung’s Jet Ultra cellphone, the successor to the Samsung Jet, will be making its way to O2′s network pretty soon. Too bad it will still carry the same 800MHz processor which can be found in its predecessor, although this model will have a...

Samsung Gets Android Trademark For Mobile Hardware Sales In Korea

03/16/2010, If you doubted Samsung’s commitment to Google’s Android operating system, the latest news that Samsung managed to acquire the Android trademark for mobile hardware in Korea should clear any doubts that you had. It seems that Korea has two...

Canadian Android Market gets paid apps

03/16/2010, Google has finally made available paid apps for the Android Market in Canada, and we suppose this happened after Google and major Canadian carriers have finally come to an agreement with regards to this issue. If you happen to rock to Rogers, Telus, Bell...