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Fring group video call beta now available

04/05/2011, If video calling just one person at once isn’t your idea of a video call, how does calling up to 3 other people sound to you? Awesome? Well, Fring agrees and they’ve decided to implement group video calling into their video conferencing...

GoPano micro lets you capture 360º videos with an iPhone 4

04/05/2011, For fans of taking panoramic photographs on your iPhone, how about taking it a step further and recording panoramic videos with the iPhone instead? You might be thinking – how is this possible? Well thanks to the brainchild of the folks at EyeSee360,...

Motorola Xoom and Atrix sales are disappointing

04/05/2011, While it didn’t really take an analyst to point it out, sales of the Motrola Xoom Android tablet and the Atrix 4G phone have been pretty disappointing. Pacific Crest analyst James Faucette recently revised his full-year 2011 revenue estimates for...

Toyota Scion 2011 theme for jailbroken iPhones removed from Cydia

04/05/2011, Remember Toyota’s Scion 2011 theme that was made available for jailbroken iPhones? It turns out that theme has recently garnered quite a bit of buzz online despite it being available since February. Now it has been reported that Toyota was asked by...

New Android Market leaked with Google Music and other apps

04/05/2011, A new version of the Android Market was leaked online and along with it are some new alpha and beta apps from Google. There’s the Google Music app which looks like a smaller version of the Honeycomb music app, and a bunch of other apps like Google...

BlueStacks allows Android to run on Windows PCs

04/05/2011, BlueStacks is an app that lets one run Android applications on just about any x86-based Windows-powered machine, which is also one of the more recent attempts to bring the benefits of a mobile operating system over to a traditional computing platform. For...

Magic Cube projection keyboard arrives at the FCC

04/05/2011, The FCC has taken a look at the Magic Cube projection keyboard – which is something that isn’t exactly new, since such an idea has been around for quite some time already ever since smartphones had some semblance of desktop computing power....

LTE toggle switch for HTC Thunderbolt appears on Android Market

04/05/2011, The HTC Thunderbolt which has notoriously poor battery life will now have some sort of battery saver in the form of a LTE toggle switch that is made available over the Android Market. Since this handset is sold in markets where Verizon’s next-generation...

T-Mobile available in 10 more markets

04/05/2011, T-Mobile has just announced that they’ve just added 10 more markets that now have access to their 4G HSPA+ network. Touted as the nation’s largest 4G network, T-Mobile’s 4G service now encompasses 167 markets and more than 200 million...

Samsung Gem headed to Verizon

04/05/2011, The Samsung Gem that was officially announced to arrive on US Cellular a few days ago will be headed to Verizon in the near future as well. Some photographs of the phone have been posted online, showing off the phone with Verizon badge on the device and...

Google Maps 5.3 released for Android

04/05/2011, Google has just launched a new version of their Maps app for the Android operating system. Bringing the version up to 5.3, Google Maps for Android packs some new features that would make any check-in fanatic happy. Google Maps now has a Google Location...

Nokia T7-00 spotted in the wild

04/05/2011, The Nokia T7-00 that was recently discovered due to its name found in the Ovi publisher tool has finally been spotted in the wild. New pictures supposedly from China dispels all speculations about the phone being a tablet (due to the T in its name), and...

No Sony camera in iPhone 5, OmniVision will reign instead

04/04/2011, Over the weekend, there were whispers of the next iPhone to come with a Sony sensor, but it seems that with some time, clarification and investigation carried out, Apple will most likely remain with OmniVision for its lenses in the iPhone 5, regardless of...