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Thursday, 23 Feb 2012
Days before the Mobile World Congress 2012 kicks off, HTC Singapore's Facebook page put up an interesting teaser image - a generic looking HTC smartphone, with the number four inside. Android 4.0, HTC Sense 4.0, quad-core processors or four HTC smartphones?
Wednesday, 22 Feb 2012
A new report from the Taiwanese website Apple.pro claims that Apple's next-generation iPad will have a dual-core chip, full HD video recording camera, and will run iOS 5.1 with Siri.
Tuesday, 14 Feb 2012
CrackBerry obtained some images of the upcoming BlackBerry 10 operating system (OS). The new user interface adopts several elements from Google Android and Windows Phone 7 such as the homescreen widgets.
Monday, 13 Feb 2012
Microsoft Store India has been reportedly hacked by the Chinese Evil Shadow Team and they have released the usernames and passwords obtained from the breach of the online store.
Saturday, 11 Feb 2012
Part of the Norton Online Family, the Norton Safety Minder is a free app which allows parents to keep on eye on their kids' smartphone activities.
Thursday, 9 Feb 2012
Chinese information technology website DoNews claimed that Apple is bringing support for Mandarin Chinese, Japanese and Russian languages to Siri in March.
Wednesday, 8 Feb 2012
The Nokia Belle software update will be available progressively in Singapore from 8 February for Nokia C6-01, C7, E6, E7, N8 and X7, and users can update their devices for free via PC on Nokia Suite.
Most of us have been wondering when the second most preferred browser on the Internet (Chrome of course) would appear on Google's other baby, Android. Well we can stop wondering, because Chrome Beta has just appeared on the Android Market.
One of the most commonly recognizable features of the Windows OS over more than a decade has been the Start Button and Menu. Microsoft has made the radical decision to ditch both for the upcoming Windows 8.
Tuesday, 7 Feb 2012
Google and Facebook, said Monday they have removed allegedly offensive material on their Indian sites as part of a court case deemed as a test for Internet censorship and control.