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  • News: SecuSmart introduces single chip security for voice

    SecuVOICE is aimed primarily at the mobile market, but also supports enterprise phone systems

  • Sony announces Xperia Sola smartphone

    Sony has announced the Xperia Sola as the latest addition to the Xperia family of smartphones, the Xperia S, Xperia P and Xperia U. The Xperia Sola will be available in black, red or white in the second quarter.

  • News: Samsung starts upgrading Galaxy S II to Android 4.0

    Samsung Electronics has started upgrading its Galaxy S II smartphone to Android 4.0 or Ice Cream Sandwich, the company said on Tuesday.

  • News: Overwhelmed by iPhone and Android? Take the initiative, experts say

    It used to be that managing your company's mobility used to boil down to managing a BlackBerry Enterprise Server. No more.

  • News: Samsung Galaxy S II will get Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich next week

    Samsung has confirmed that its flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S II, will be upgraded to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, starting 19 March.

  • News: Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G: Dual-Core Android, Smaller Screen

    The Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G may not be the latest and greatest Android phone, but, with a 3.97-inch display, it might just be the antidote we need for increasingly larger screen sizes.

  • Opinion: Why Motorola's DROID RAZR MAXX is the Best Android on the Market

    When Motorola unveiled the DROID RAZR MAXX smartphone at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January, the sleek, high-end handheld stole much of the show's mobile-buzz. It also undoubtedly caused recent DROID RAZR buyers' blood to boil. That's because the RAZR MAXX, released less than three months after the first DROID RAZR, is almost identical to its predecessor, with one very significant difference: The RAZR MAXX packs a huge, fixed battery pack that addressed the original DROID RAZR's battery life issues.

  • News: Samsung Galaxy S III appears for pre-order

    Samsung is yet to announce the Galaxy S III smartphone but the device is available to pre-order online.

  • News: Popular Instagram iOS App Headed for Android

    Popular mobile photo-sharing app Instagram announced it now has more than 27 million users on iOS, and is hinting the company plans to release an Android app soon. Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom showed off a forthcoming Android app, currently in a private beta period, at the music, arts, and tech conference South by Southwest in Austin, TX on Sunday.

  • News: Marvel hopes to give comic books a boost with augmented reality content

    Next month Marvel Comics is releasing a new application that will add augmented reality content to some of its comic books, the company announced on Sunday at the SXSW Interactive conference in Austin, Texas.

  • How-Tos: How to make your own microSIM card for iPhone or iPad

    A number of devices require a microSIM card rather than a traditional full size one including Apple’s iPhone 4S. Although you can request a microSIM from your mobile operator it’s easier and quicker to make your own.

  • News: HTC Golf is firms new budget Android smartphone

    HTC is reportedly making a new budget friendly smartphone codenamed the Golf.

  • How-Tos: How to Install the Silk Browser on Any Android Device

    One of the coolest features of the Kindle Fire is Amazon's proprietary Silk browser, an application designed to leverage Amazon's massive server resources by precaching Web pages and delivering them to you faster--in theory--than any other browser. It works by preloading all the content (including music, images, and video) on popular websites to Amazon's remote servers first, and then delivering the entire package to your mobile device in a single stream of data. Amazon calls it a "cloud-accelerated" browser, and it's the first of it's kind.

  • News: ZTE Announces the Affordable ZTE Fury

    ZTE today took the wraps off of its latest affordable Android phone, the ZTE Fury. The Fury is launching on Sprint on March 11th and will retail for only $19.99 (with a new 2-year contract). ZTE is targeting the phone towards families on a budget, people who want to get a smartphone without it leaving their wallets empty.

  • News: Galaxy S II Ice Cream Sandwich Upgrade Melts

    An announcement that Samsung would start pushing to Galaxy S II owners an upgrade to the latest version of the Android mobile operating system (version 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich") turned out to be a false alarm.

  • News: Taxi app gets first prize in Hanover

    Intelligent Apps' myTaxi won €25,000 (US$33,000) plus two years of mentoring as the top prize among 50 contestants in CODE_n12 competition at the Cebit trade show.

  • Feature: New iPad retina screen: What you need to know

    Apple has announced the new iPad rather than the iPad 3, iPad HD or similar iteration. The upgraded display is by far the biggest change so here’s a guide to iPad’s retina quality screen. See also: New iPad review.

  • News: SXSW Preview: The Year of 'Ambient Social' Apps?

    The South by Southwest (SXSW) Interactive conference kicks off in Austin, Texas, tomorrow, and by the sound of things the event will continue growing in importance as a breakout affair for some of tomorrow’s biggest applications and ideas.

  • News: iPad 2 price cut to £329

    After months of hype and rumours, Apple has finally unveiled its third-generation iPad. But we think it's still the iPad 2 that competitors have to fear, and here's why.

  • News: Apple iPad: How it Stacks Up to the Android Tablets

    Scores of new tablets have appeared in the past few months, and now that we know what the third-generation Apple iPad will offer when it ships March 16, here's the verdict: Android tablet vendors, get busy. Apple's specs blow past most rivals, whether shipping, announced, or on deck. Expect competing tablet makers to rush back to the drawing board and get a plan B in order to compete.

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