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Thursday, 13 Oct 2011
Samsung will be upgrading three of its Galaxy smartphones in the Netherlands to avoid the sales ban in Europe.
Sony to recall 1.6 million Bravia LCD TVs worldwide due to a faulty component which may cause the TV to melt or catch fire.
Besides the iOS 5 update, Apple's iCloud service has also gone live and available for iOS 5, Mac OS X Lion and even Microsoft Windows Vista and 7.
Wednesday, 12 Oct 2011
With the Apple iPhone 4S slated to be released in Singapore on 28th October, telcos such as SingTel have launched a site for customers to register their interest for the new Apple iPhone.
Run Android applications on your Windows 7 PC with the BlueStacks App Player! It comes preloaded with ten applications and can sync others from Android devices to the PC.
Still undecided on the new Apple iPhone 4S? Early reviews of the phone have started trickling in, ahead of its release date this week in the U.S. Click through to find out what they have to say.
Got a business idea that no one will listen to? Easy. Put it up on Kickstarter.com, and you may be able to tap into part of the US$100 million pledged for projects big and small.
Online service Greplin is capable of helping you manage your sprawling virtual presence with the addition of in-file search for all your accounts. Now you can search content based on file names and actual data stored within them.
A quick search on Picasa has led to two photos with the delayed Samsung Galaxy Nexus indicated in their EXIF data, Android Next reports.
CSI style photo editing may soon become a reality with Adobe Photoshop's new Unblur tool, unveiled at their MAX conference yesterday.