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Tuesday, 31 Jan 2012
ASUS has confirmed that they will be officially launching their long-awaited PadFone device at the upcoming MWC, reports MoDaCo.
An unannounced Nokia Lumia 910 has made its appearance on a Dutch online retailer's website, reports The Verge.
Intel has refreshed its Sandy Bridge lineup with the launch of three new Core i5 desktop processors. These new quad-core CPUs have their on-board GPUs disabled.
A marketing agency, Definition 6, has collaborated with Facebook to producean app that pulls content from your Timeline to produce a short movie clip.
Indonesia's Postel revealed another upcoming Sony phone, the Xperia P which is formerly known as LT22i Nypon. It is said to have a 4-inch display, 8-megapixel camera and runs on ST-Ericsson's NovaThor dual-core processor.
Monday, 30 Jan 2012
Yuri Milner is one of the world's richest men, and when he says something, you should sit up and listen. The Russian billionaire and Groupon Inc. investor recently said that fledgling e-commerce companies should look towards China as a location conducive for growth.
In a blog post, Symantec identified multiple publisher IDs on the Android Market that are being used to push out Android.Counterclank. The malware in question has a bot-like behavior, which can receive commands to steal information from the Android device.
A new model, GT-I9300 appeared on Samsung Global Download Center support website. Could this be the mighty Samsung Galaxy S III?
It has been a long wait, but for those of you who lament the lack of support for multiple Google Calendar on Windows Phone, here's a piece of good news: the company's Sync team has made it possible, though it takes quite a few steps to get it up and running.
Friday, 27 Jan 2012
Avid YouTube video creationists and viewers should take note of the site's latest updates. Changes include a new design and features made to its Video Manager, Video Editor and Browse applications.