Monthly Archives: August 2012

HTC Accord image leaks online


HTC Accord   Smartphones running the upcoming Windows Phone 8 seem to be getting quite some hype, but things have been rather quiet from HTC’s side. Recently, though, an image of HTC’s phone that possibly runs Windows Phone 8 has been leaked thanks to Football, a member of the XDA Developer forums. The phone, titled HTC Accord, seems to be ...

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Lenovo announces new tablets in IdeaTab lineup


Lenovo IdeaTab   Lenovo has announced that it has expanded its IdeaTab product line with the IdeaTab S2110, A2107 and A2109. Powered by the Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) operating system, the new product line-up provides smarter, slimmer tablet designs with a variety of multimedia options at attractive price points. “The newest line of Ideatab products provides an option for ...

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Some of Iphone 5 free apps

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Iphone 5 free apps   Few apps for your iphone 5 is here :     1-Social Sprout – Sprout Social is your new home for social media management, with all the tools you need in one powerful package. Sprout Social emphasizes the four components of social media effectiveness; Monitoring, Engagement, Measurement and Growth. The following apps features are available ...

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ZTE first Intel-based smartphone


ZTE Grand X IN   ZTE Corporation (ZTE), a provider of telecommunications equipment, network solutions and mobile devices, has announced its first Android Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone with Intel Inside, the ZTE Grand X IN. This ZTE flagship handset is the latest product from the ZTE Grand series and will be launched in Europe in September. ZTE Grand X IN ...

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Ban on bulk SMS, MMS lifted


Ban on bulk SMS Latest reports confirm that the Indian government has lifted the ban on sending bulk SMS and MMS throughout the country with immediate effect from today. What comes across as surprising, however, is that it has done so a good day before the stipulated deadline – August 31, 2012. The Times of India quoted a home ministry ...

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