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Nokia Launches Lawsuit Against Apple Over the iPad

May 7, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

Boy, oh boy. As if we haven’t seen enough lawsuit mud-slinging lately by several large companies, but the situation seems to be tensing up as Nokia have decided to join in the fun by suing Apple over alleged patent infringement in the iPad.

ICANN Makes First Non-Latin Domain Names Available

May 7, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

Yesterday, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) have finally released the first non-Latin domain names to the Internet. The organization has chosen Arabic as the first language that will be available to domain name purchasers, and the service will be available to Egypt, Saudi Arabia as well as the United Arab Emirates.

Archos 7 Home Tablet Pricing and Release Revealed

May 6, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

The Archos 7 Home Tablet went through the FCC a while back, which was a pretty good indication that the device was gearing up for release. Back then, people expected to see it very soon, however it didn’t happen exactly like that – it seems we’ll have to wait a bit to see it on […]

AT&T HTC Legend Availability Confirmed by the FCC

May 4, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

FCC have a habit of revealing the upcoming releases of various devices when they go through them for certification, and the HTC Legend has now made an appearance in much the same way. A picture of a label was going around the Internet lately, which seems to coincide with the label underneath the cap of […]

Motorola Shadow Rumored to Be the Droid’s Successor

May 4, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

The Motorola Shadow has been rumored to be the successor to the Droid, the “Droid 2.” There has been a lot of speculation surrounding the device, and more information has been adding up to the pile lately, as now we’ve learned that the device will possibly include a 8MP camera, as well as the option […]

Google Launching Digital Book Store in Summer

May 4, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

Google are still fixing up their deals with various authors and publishers, but they’re gearing up for the launch of their digital bookstore during this summer, which will initially offer titles that Google have acquired the rights for.

Verizon Wireless Droid Incredible to Feature Internet Sharing

May 1, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

The Droid, as if it’s not a good enough device already, just got another noteworthy feature on Verizon’s network. The feature in question is the Mobile Broadband Connect app, which should already be present on your device – it allows you to tether and share a 3G Internet connection with another device, like your laptop.

Apple’s Lala Music Service Being Shut Down, iTunes Credit for Its Customers

April 30, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

About a year ago, Apple bought the Lala service, which was marketed as “music locker in the cloud.” It’s been curious that there’s been an iPhone app for the device waiting for approval for quite a while now – since October 2009 – especially considering how Apple have just decided to pull the plug on […]

It’s Official: LG’s Moorestown-Based GW990 Is Cancelled

April 30, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

We told you some time ago about an upcoming project by LG, the GW990, which was supposed to utilize Intel’s Moorestown – which would’ve also made a great deal for Intel, as they’d get a device to showcase their processor. However, it’s just been revealed that the GW990’s production has been halted – for good.

Microsoft Cancels Live Windows Conference

April 29, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

Microsoft had plans to hold a Windows Summit event in Redmond in May, getting together with attendants in person to discuss. However, they’ve now announced that the conference won’t be held in person as initially announced, but will be replaced by a series of online presentations.

AT&T Preparing for the iPad and the New iPhone, Add Micro-SIM Cards

April 29, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

The micro-SIM card is a rather new format which is slowly but steadily gaining popularity, and now AT&T have taken the step to introduce it to their customers as well. The new type of card is, as the name implies, just smaller than the regular SIM cards – though the chip itself is the same […]

Hot Deal: Sharp AQUOS 65″ 1080p LCD HDTV for $2599

April 28, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

If you’re looking for a new high-grade HDTV set, now’s the time to get a hot deal – you can get the Sharp AQUOS 65-inch LC65E77UM 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV for just $2599, after making use of some coupon savings for a total of $1400 at Dell.

Apple’s Upcoming iPhone 4G Found on a Bar Floor?

April 19, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

Apple’s iPhone 4G is nearing its launch, and as usual, many rumors surround it. The latest one is quite peculiar – it occurred in a bar, where the phone was apparently found in a box from an iPhone 3G.

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