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White iPhone 4

White iPhone 4 Delayed: In the special press conference from Apple on iPhone 4, Steve Jobs admitted that White iPhone 4 will be releasing by end of July. As iPhone 4 is facing lot of problems with call dropping issue because of antenna directions, it’s again a thinking factor for white iPhone 4 sales.....
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Windows Phone 7

Microsoft provided the first in-depth look into Windows Phone 7 Series application development at MIX10 in Las Vegas. The platform combines Silverlight features for rich application development and the XNA Framework for games. Windows Phone 7 Series will allow developers and designers to build visually stunning and immersive application and games,…
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Samsung Captivate

Remember the Captivate? It’s AT&T’s slightly modified version of Samsung’s Android-powered superphone, the Galaxy S. We already knew about the 4.0″ Super AMOLED display, the 1Ghz processor, and all the other specs. We even went hands on! What we didn’t have: a launch date or a price......
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Intel will ship x86 Android 2.2 this summer

Intel is hard at work, prepping an "Android x86"version of Android 2.2 designed for tablets and netbooks. As we've mentioned here a couple of times, Android was initially designed for ARM processors. Intel has been gradually getting more involved with the platform, most recently for the Google TV products due later this year. At some point,…
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Sony Ericsson Aspen Hands On

Back when Sony Ericsson first announced the Aspen smartphone, a Windows Mobile 6.5.3, in early February 2010, we wondered whether the QWERTY-equipped handset would have enough room to make its mark before Microsoft launched Windows Phone 7 by the end of the year. Now, five months later and even closer to the new platform’s debut, the window…
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Aava Introduced X86 SDK for Android developers

Just in time for Computex 2010, Aava Mobile has announced the Virta Android, a hardware-enhanced software developer kit (h-SDK) for Android developers wishing to write applications for smartphones and tablets running the newest Intel Atom Z6xx Series processors (previously codenamed "Moorestown").
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