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Body Tattoo Vibrates When Someone Calls You?

Nokia is always busy doing something different. At present, the giant mobile company Nokia wants to make an electronic tattoo that would vibrate (even in silent mode) on the body, whenever the phone rings. You can set different types of vibration pattern based on person. You can easily understand who is calling you based on your tattoo vibration…
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Bobsled Extends Free Calling To The Web, Android And iOS

T-Mobile is expanding its efforts to let you call your Facebook friends for free with the launch of its new Bobsled VoIP apps on iOS, Android and the web. You can download the Bobsled app for iOS, even though T-Mobile doesn't officially carry the iPhone! or Android and you can also call someone on Facebook who doesn't yet have the Bobsled app…
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Developers Now Can Submit iOS 5 Apps

Apple announced that iOS 5 would be released to the public on October 12th, they have seeded the final Golden Master copy to developers and are now asking developers to submit iOS 5 applications for inclusion in the App Store. Apple has already been quietly approving many iOS 5 applications and this gives developers a chance to test against the…
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Vonage Pay-Per-Call International App For iPhone

Vonage Time to Call app lets you make international calls from your iPhone and this app lets you make short, 15-minute calls to 190 countries with rates ranging from 99 cents to $9.99 per call. Payments are processed through iTunes, so you don't need to create an account with Vonage and giving the app a slight advantage over services from…
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Viber Officially Launched On Android

Viber is a free 3G VoIP app and you don't need any registration for use this app, now officially launches on Android and it lets users call and send messages to contacts over 3G and WiFi with free of charge. Viber is usable over 3G or WiFi ith built-in SMS and it use your existing phone number and contact list with includes several features…
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Line2 Unveils phone functionality to iPad

Line2 brings phone functionality to iPad for 10 bucks a month. Many of us barely use our cell phones to place phone calls anymore, but if you're looking to expand that little-used functionality to your tablet, then Line2 for iPad may be the answer.
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How To Video Call Using Facebook

Facebook has just unveiled a new video chat service powered by Skype, which is built into the messaging service on Facebook’s website and Facebook also unveiled a new design for its messaging application and is giving users a more streamlined way to add users to a group chat. And you can find how to make video call on facebook on this…
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Nexus S 4G Skype 2.0 Hotfix Enables Video Calling

The Skype app received quite a large update that brought an enhanced interface to everyone, but video calling to only a few select devices. Skype 2.0 hotfix enables video chat on Sprint's Nexus S 4G. While we would sure like to see more devices, it is a start, and at least we know they are working on it behind the scenes still.
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Fring’s Four-Way video Calling App For iPad 2

Fring is one of the most popular video chat apps specially for both iOS and Android platforms. Use Fring to make four-way video calls from your iPad 2 this whole time, but you'd have saddled with an iPhone-sized interface on your 9.7-inch IPS screen. The app got an update that optimizes it for the iPad 2.
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Google Voice Can Change Your Digits

Google Voice lets you change your digits, keep the old ones for $20 and you were given a 90-day grace period to receive calls and texts to your old number after making a change. The feature is not a major new offering, but it could help a select number of users who want or need two different Voice numbers and any person who calls or texts a newly…
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