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Cheap bridesmaid attends wedding via iPad’s FaceTime app


In these hard economic times, people are not letting cash stop them from doing what they have to do. With things like an iPad and the Internet, a wedding was…

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Google to Acquire Motorola Mobility


Google and Motorola have entered into a $12.5 billion deal in which Motorola Mobility will be bought by internet search giant. Following a Press Release on August 15th, 2011, both…

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Get the best of both worlds with GooApple (iPhone 4 clone running on Android)

The Chinese never cease to amaze us, this time with their GooApple 3G,  an iPhone 4 replica running an extensively modified version of Android 2.2, making it look like the…

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Want to Avoid Parking Tickets – There’s an app for that!

Citizens in Washington DC (US) and in the near future other states are enjoying the new mobile application by Australian owned company Parkmobile. This latest innovation allows you to monitor and top…

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Monitor the authorities with OpenWatch

With sites like Wikilieaks exposing the dirty deeds of those we entrust to run our countries, OpenWatch is a new citizen-driven mobile phone program that allows the average man to…

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Android 2.3.4 available via OTA; Video Chat now available (manual link available)

Google has officially released Android 2.3.4 via OTA for Nexus S and Nexus One owners. The update brings Video and Voice Chat to Google Talk, which is supposed to compete…

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Apple to update iOS to deal with Location Data; Denies tracking users


Apple has announced that it will release an updated version of its iOS software to deal with some of the concerns addressed by many users with regards to the recent…

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Apple removes “Gay Cure” app

Apple has gone ahead to remove the controversial “Gay Cure” app under their law of being “offensive to large groups of people.” The app was originally aimed at homosexuals in…

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100,000+ sign petition against “Gay Cure” iPhone App

Amidst the controversy surrounding the new “Gay Cure” iPhone app, over 100,000 people have signed a petition asking Apple to remove the app from the store, even after it was…

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Apple Marketing exec confirms white iPhone coming this spring

Philip W. Schiller, Senior vice president of worldwide product marketing at Apple has confirmed via Twitter that a white iPhone will be made available this spring. Unfortunately he as not…

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Mobile Networking in London tubes soon to come

Huawei is close to signing a deal to provide the hardware infrastructure to support mobile telephony in time for the 2012 Olympic Games. If the deal goes through, French company…

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Is the Social Media bubble going to burst?

Recently, Facebook was revalued at $67.5 billion on the SecondMarket, while Twitter was revalued at $10 billion, which brings up the question of whether a social media bubble is forming,…

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Goodbye Cell Towers?

For a few of us out there, we have to deal with the ugly sight of a cellular tower somewhere close to a neighbourhood or in a business area. Some…

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Nexus One gets Froyo security update (2.2.2)


Google has released an OTA (over the air) security upgrade for Nexus One owners, bringing it to version 2.2.2 and device build FRG83G. The patch doesn’t do much visually but…

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Back to College Tech Guide

It’s college time again! Students from across the world are heading back or have already started their classes for the second semester. To help you all along in the world…

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