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Google Earth Comes to the iPhone

Google has finally announced Google Earth for the iPhone and iPod Touch. All this while, folks who wanted to go round the earth on their mobile screens had to be content with Earthscape, an app similar to Google Earth, but using it’s own imaging. In fact, the developers had dropped its price from $10 to […]

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Sony Ericsson announces SDK Beta for Windows Mobile

It’s no little secret that both the Apple iPhone and Android phones have done exceptionally well in the markets. Their sales figures not only mean good business for their manufacturers, but they’ve been a boon for countless developers out there, whose apps can now reach to even more people through their respective application stores. We’ve […]

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Access unveils new Palm OS: ALP 3.0

Japan’s Access, the company that purchased PalmSource and Palm OS back in 2005, has today officially announced and unveiled the successor to Palm OS, the Access Linux Platform 3.0 or simply ALP 3.0. This linux based release, which is expected to replace the Garnet OS (renamed from Palm OS), not only supports native Linux and […]

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Gmail for Mobile goes 2.0

Not too long after the Google Maps for Mobile team announced an update for their My Location feature, the Gmail for mobile team have announced the next big version of the mobile app, version 2.0 Making the jump from 1.5.x to 2.0, a lot of exciting new features have been introduced with this release. On […]

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Now test those BlackBerry applications with DeviceAnywhere

DeviceAnywhere, the fantastic service which lets developers test out their applications across hundreds of applications has now teamed up with Research In Motion (RIM) to enable the developers to test their applications for their Blackberry phones. Today, companies like Apple are making mammoth profits through their application store for their phones and Google too has […]

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Google Maps with even smaller magical blue circles

Over at the Google Mobile blog, Adel and Arunesh have just updated us with some great info about a new feature added to Google Maps upcoming version. According to the entry, finding your location is going to be even more precise with the addition of the ‘My Location with Wi-Fi’ feature.  This addition comes right […]

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Red Five Labs announce Net60 v2.0

At the Symbian Smartphone Show in London, Red Five Labs have announced the latest iteration of their .NET compact framework, the Net60 version 2.0 for S60 devices. The Net60 framework, along with Microsoft’s Visual Studio provide you with a powerful platform to develop apps for the S60 platform very easily. The app will be demonstrated […]

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6.9 million iPhones sold in Q4 2008

Apple’s Q4 Conference Call announcement brought us some astonishing iPhone news today. While the company posted a profit of $1.14 billion on revenues of $7.9 billion for the quarter, their sales figures for their devices were off the roofs. In the Q4 of 2008, Apple managed to sell 6,892,000 iPhone 3Gs compared to the 1,119,000 […]

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India’s Mobile market added 4 new Subscribers every second in September

While being one of the fastest growing mobile markets in the world, it wasn’t a surprise that India, the largest democracy in the world recently surpassed the 300 million mark for the total number of mobile subscribers in the country. However, what’s even more remarkable are the stats for the month of September.  The country […]

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Rural India’s mighty contribution to India’s booming Mobile Industry

There’s no doubt that India is one of the fastest growing mobile market in the world. The country currently buzzes with almost 300 million mobile subscribers with over a dozen different operators spread over the country. However, what’s surprising is the fact that a major portion of the new mobile subscribers being added today come […]

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Orange UK takes the BlackBerry Bold Off the Shelves

Orange UK, apparently, has pulled the sale of the BlackBerry Bold from its stores and are citing “software issues”. MobileTechAddicts got hold of a leaked internal memo and have published the full text on the site.  Internal Orange Statement on the Bold:”Following reports of software issues with the BlackBerry Bold handset across a variety of mobile […]

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Nokia’s 5800 XpressMusic for China to lack 3G and Wi-Fi

If the iPhone without 3G or Wi-Fi was bad enough, here’s some more bad news for the mobile users in China.  The Nokia 5800 XpressMusic, which has been more widely referred to as the “Tube” is all set to hit China, albeit without 3G or Wi-Fi. The lack of 3G may be due to the […]