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Apple CEO Tim Cook visits China to discuss number of problems

Apple CEO, Tim Cook has paid a visit to China to discuss a number of problems. Of late, Apple has been center of controversy with their production factory in China, which turned out to be a malicious attack by Mike Daisey of This American Life. But that’s not the only thing Tim Cook wants to [...]

HTC closes HTC Sense to revamp; will delete all user data by April

In a super surprising event HTC has decided to close down HTC Sense for a revamp. HTC Sense service allows users to sync data from their devices, including contacts, messages, footprints and call history. But what’s surprising is, instead of giving an option to users to sync with some other interim solution HTC will be deleting all user data. Of [...]

Low-cost tablets to take over the market by 2016

The ever increasing tablet market is seeing a number of new entrants with every multinational trying to grab the biggest share of the market. Apple’s iPad has successfully excelled in every front in the past 2 years leaving all other manufacturers behind. But with the onset of low priced tablets, the current statistics are predicted [...]

Microsoft, Nokia to invest $24 Million to develop Windows Phone apps

While recently Windows Phone marketplace crossed 70,000 apps in its market place making it the fastest growing app market ever, Microsoft & Nokia thinks that’s not enough. And rightly enough. The entire success of a Smartphone ecosystem depends solely on apps these days. If the platform offers fun, useful and interesting apps, there’s no way [...]

Dave Morin: Windows Phone is a really good product; will get Path

When I come across a really good app, I just can’t stop talking about it. And that’s what happened with Path. Now The Verge reports that Path CEO and Founder, Dave Morin has confirmed that Path has begun working on its Windows Phone app. That’s a really good news. While most of the Android apps [...]

Instagram for Android is almost here; opens registration page

Instagram, the most popular photo sharing app on the iPhone, is finally making its way towards Android. Instagram Co-founder, Kevin Systrom mentioned earlier this month at the SXSW that the iOS app alone has surpassed 27 million registered users. Kevin Systrom said that the app is taking so long to appear on Android Platform as the [...]

AT&T HTC One X units are now being tested for May Launch

HTC One X seems to release first in the U.K. in early April, though the latest news hints at mid-May release on AT&T. Official specs and features for AT&T’s One X include a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 1.5GHz dual-core processor (outside the US the non-LTE One X has a quad-core processor), a 4.7-inch HD touchscreen display, [...]

More Bullsh*t: iPhone 5 to sport 4.6-inch screen

Apple has decided on the bigger 4.6-inch display for its next iPhone and started placing orders to its suppliers, the Maeil Business Newspaper said, quoting an unnamed industry source, reports Reuters. A recent survey reported that people actually want a larger screen on their next Smartphone. Most of the Android handsets have already crossed 4.6-inch screen [...]

Nokia India Brings New Lumia 800 Ads – Can It Make A Difference?

Nokia India has released a bunch of new ads for its successful Windows Phone handset, Lumia 800. The ads shows a day in Kaya’s life with Nokia Lumia 800. While the five series ads are pretty interesting showcasing the power of Lumia 800 and how a Smartphone can make it easier to be in touch [...]

Samsung GT-I9300 Pics Spotted

Here’s some exciting news. Guys at Phonearena have managed to get few live shots of what seems to be Samsung GT-I9300. The pics look pretty legit and looks to be running Android Ice Cream Sandwich with Samsung’s TouchWiz on top. The device sports on-screen navigational screen and the design pretty much syncs with the Samsung’s [...]