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Samsung Galaxy Xcover unveiled

08/10/2011, Heard of the Samsung Galaxy Xcover before? Well, the situation has just changed from a “No” to a “Yes” once you’re done with this, right? The Galaxy Xcover will be one tough cookie, being IP67 certified so that it will be...

Video calling capability discovered in Facebook Messenger app

08/10/2011, Earlier today we reported that Facebook had announced a standalone messenger app which basically allows you to send messages to your Facebook friends without having to launch the native Facebook app, which we decided was rather bloated and consumed data...

Fake iPhone, the hiPhone 5 arrives in China

08/10/2011, Where else but in China can you find a fake Apple store that actually fooled customers as well as the store’s employees themselves who thought that they were working for Steve Jobs’ organization? It seems that the iPhone 5 has been cloned and...

Nokia Windows Phones are not Sea-Ray – fake or not?

08/10/2011, What you see above are touted to be upcoming Nokia handsets that are powered by the Windows Phone platform from Microsoft – and not MeeGo, as Nokia seems hell bent on stopping sales of MeeGo-powered smartphones in the US and the UK. The image was...

Facebook Messenger app now available

08/10/2011, Remember the Facebook Messaging app we covered a couple yesterday? Well, it looks like the app is now available for download. Facebook Messenger gives users a faster way to get in touch with their Facebook friends with the use of a standalone app. Users...

Are Android phones really that hard to use?

08/10/2011, Some results of the latest research from ClickFox, an analytics company, show that most Americans find Android and BlackBerry phones difficult to operate. ClickFox recently did some research on smartphone service costs and transfer rates, and it turns out...

myTREK Pulse Monitor eliminates the need for a bulky chest strap

08/10/2011, Scosche has just announced the launch of its myTREK Pulse Monitor and iPhone/iPod touch app for all you fitness junkies out there. If you exercise a lot and want a gauge of how well you’ve been performing, the myTREK Pulse Monitor is just for you....

Samsung Galaxy R Enters the U.S Market

08/10/2011, We have known for some time that the Samsung Galaxy R would be powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 2 chip, as it has already been demonstrated in video and widely leaked on the web.  Today, it is officially announced to the U.S market, even if the fine details...

Caller ID announcement spotted in Windows Phone 7 Mango

08/10/2011, It seems that phones in the past had more customizability than they do today. I remember being able to get customized logos which replaced the operator name on my Nokia 3310 and I also remember being able to customize my own ringtones on the phone itself,...

Nokia N9 misses out the UK boat as well

08/10/2011, We know that Nokia’s N9 smartphone will not be arriving Stateside, and the same fate has befallen over folks living in the UK – which is rather sad, since the MeeGo love will not spread across both countries. Not only that, insult is added to...

Researchers manage to hack mobile data communications

08/10/2011, Researchers are rather stoked to show off their skills and technical know-how in breaking the encryption which was actually put in place to protect information sent over the General Packet Radio Service (GPRS). GPRS is the standard which is commonly used...

iPhone 5 website leaked, confirmed to be fake

08/10/2011, It seems that one of the hottest videos on YouTube at the moment would be that of the iPhone 5 website which has proven to be fake via some rather glaring errors, but before you dismiss this, why not just check out the video after the jump to see the...

Motorola not opposed to building Windows Phones devices

08/09/2011, At the recent Oppenheimer Technology & Communications Conference, Motorola Mobility’s CEO, Sanjay Jha said that although the company is focusing on creating Android phones, he isn’t opposed to the idea of creating phones powered by the...