Apple Expunges Built-in YouTube App From iOS 6

Apple Expunges Built-in YouTube App From iOS 6

Earlier this year, Apple said it would dump Google’s mapping software from its mobile devices. And now it seems, the rivalry is getting stronger and deeper. Apple announced on Monday that its new version of iPhone and iPad software, iOS 6, will not include a pre-loaded app for Google’s popular video sharing service – YouTube.

By On August 7, 2012 Respond
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Apple Files Patents For Autocorrect, GarageBand And Camera Tech

Apple Files Patents For Autocorrect, GarageBand And Camera Tech

Apple’s patent filings provide a glimpse into the past, present, and maybe future of its products and how they work. On last Thursday, the US Patent And Trademark Office published that Apple has patented auto-correct functionality, GarageBand and camera imaging technology.

By On June 30, 2012 Respond
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A Mysterious Phone: Motorola QWERTY Slider For Sprint

A Mysterious Phone: Motorola QWERTY Slider For Sprint

Previously, we have been seen many devices first look images that was confirmed. Today, we will show you a mysterious phone that has been collected from a rumor forum. A forum user has posted the image and claimed that he has snapped it from a relative’s house who work at an operator as beta tester. Yes, it is Motorola’s unannounced QWERTY slider phone for mobile operator Sprint. It is a test drive device and the design may not be the exact final design.

By On June 17, 2012 Respond
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FCC Wants To Set New Safety Limits On Mobile Device Radiation

FCC Wants To Set New Safety Limits On Mobile Device Radiation

Do you know how old the guidelines of Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) radiation levels of mobile devices are? They are almost 15 years old and FCC has not updated the guidelines after its release since 1996. The organization is currently re-examining its 15 year old safety limits of radiation levels for mobile devices.

By On June 16, 2012 Respond
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Sony Reveals Xperia Miro Android 4.0 Smartphone Ahead Of Time

Sony Reveals Xperia Miro Android 4.0 Smartphone Ahead Of Time

Sony Mobile has announced a new Xperia phone on Sunday in Facebook – the Xperia Miro. Like the ‘Xperia Tipo’ or ‘Tipo Dual’, the Xperia Miro is a stylish Android 4.0 handset with Sony’s custom touches.

By On June 14, 2012 Respond
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Sony Reveals Single And Dual SIM ‘Xperia Tipo’ Android 4.0 Smartphone

Sony Reveals Single And Dual SIM ‘Xperia Tipo’ Android 4.0 Smartphone

Shortly after revealing the upcoming availability of the Xperia Miro, Sony Mobile announced a new Xperia phone – the ‘Xperia Tipo’. The Xperia’s new upcoming set has single and dual SIM supported smartphone.

By On June 14, 2012 Respond
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Samsung Gusto 2 Phone With Verizon Wireless Contract

Samsung Gusto 2 Phone With Verizon Wireless Contract

Verizon has added Samsung Gusto 2 Phone with its line up. Samsung Gusto 2 is a simple and durable flip phone. There is a 2-inch main color display (128 x 160 pixels) and an 1-inch sub display on the external shell in the front. The phone includes an upgraded 1.3 megapixel camera. The large keypad makes dialing more easy with dedicated hotkeys for one touch access to the features. Dynamic Voice Enhancement and Bluetooth technology help express yourself clearly no matter where you go.

By On May 20, 2012 1 Response
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ZTE Confirms Security Hole In Score Phones

ZTE Confirms Security Hole In Score Phones

Chinese telecom gear maker ZTE, which produces the Android based ScoreM smartphone, confirms that there is a security hole in one of its models. The hole, usually called a backdoor, allows anyone with the handsets hardwired password gain root access to any Score phone. This security hole is described by a researcher to be “highly unusual.”

By On May 20, 2012 Respond
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Windows Phone Outselling iPhone In China, Lags Far Behind Android

Windows Phone Outselling iPhone In China, Lags Far Behind Android

According to Microsoft executives, Windows Phone has gained traction in the Chinese market over iPhone. After just two months of launch in the Chinese market, Windows Phone has acquired 7% of the market. This is a tad higher than the 6% market share hold by iPhone.

By On May 20, 2012 Respond
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Apple May Launch $799 MacBook Air In Q3 2012

Apple May Launch $799 MacBook Air In Q3 2012

Rumor says Apple is preparing to launch a $799 MacBook Air by the second half of 2012. The price of this upcoming MacBook is $200 less than the company’s current cheapest model. Is it a new strategy against the new “Ultrabook” laptops that are coming to market? Could be. Hope, it’s not just a rumor.

By On May 8, 2012 Respond
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Sony Xperia SX SO-05D Komachi Specs Leaked

Sony Xperia SX SO-05D Komachi Specs Leaked

It was a rumor that Sony Xperia SX SO-05D is heading to Japan. We don’t know, whether it has reached there or not, but recently Sony Xperia SX SO-05D specs has been leaked. The leakage is all about the configuration. We haven’t got any visual yet.

By On May 2, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Share 3G Internet Connection From Your Mobile Phone

[Tutorial] How To Share 3G Internet Connection From Your Mobile Phone

You have an Android smartphone and 3G package to access the Internet from your mobile? You can easily share and enjoy your connection and your Internet access with all your other WiFi devices without having to purchase packages for each of them. The Wireless Access Point functionality found on Android phones makes it possible to share the 3G connection of your phone with other devices that have Wi-Fi. This can be a laptop, a tablet or other mobile phone for example. To use this function, it is of course necessary to have a 3G package that allows access to the Internet by sending and receiving data on your phone. To avoid surprises, I recommend a package that is not limited in the amount of data exchanged.

By On April 29, 2012 3 Responses
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MIT’s DIY Cellphone : Make Your Own Cellphone Now!

MIT’s DIY Cellphone : Make Your Own Cellphone Now!

Mobile phones are found in everyone’s hand now. Some are cheap, some are costly. But have we found any mobile phone in anyone’s hand that are self-made? I guess, No. MIT’s High-Low Tech group is trying to make a DIY Wooden mobile phones. Here, we have the news below, what they did.

By On April 28, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Convert A PDF To ePub

[Tutorial] How To Convert A PDF To ePub

You want to read a PDF file on a tablet or a mobile phone? To automatically adjust the text size on the screen of your device, it is better to use the ePub file format. ePub is a free and open e-book standard by the International Digital Publishing Forum with extension .epub. ePub is designed for reflowable content, meaning that the text display can be optimized for the particular display device used by the reader of the EPUB-formatted book. With the free tool called Calibre you can convert your PDF eBooks in ePub format and in this tutorial I will show you how.

By On April 25, 2012 1 Response
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5 Best Mobile Gadgets Under $500

5 Best Mobile Gadgets Under $500

You’ve got $500 to spend and you’re interested in getting some sort of gadget. What should you go for? Obviously, the answer will depend on your needs and tastes (or the needs and tastes of the person you’re buying it for). But it may be useful to consider a few different ideas. In this post we’ll look at some of the best mobile gadgets for under $500.

By On April 14, 2012 Respond
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