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For Galaxy S II Owners : Leaked Android 2.3.4

If You Have a Samsung Galaxy S II, then now you can enjoy Android 2.3.4 Leaked Version. This version is exclusively for Galaxy S II. You can install this leaked version until the official one is released.

Android 2.3.4 is a bit diffrent from Android 2.3 GingerBread. It has two new features like Voice Calling and Google Talk Video Calling. Her’s What you have to do to install the leaked Android 2.3.4 on your Samsung Galaxy S II. Step 1: First you will  [Read More…]

Apple Wants HTC Smartphone Sales Blocked

A new chapter in the recent patent merry-go-round sees Apple attempting to get sales of HTC’s smartphones blocked, writes Bloomberg.

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The move comes after Apple claimed HTC is infringing upon five of its patents,ranging from movement sensors, to hardware for LCD touch screens.

Apple claims HTC is infringing five patents related to software architecture and user interfaces in portable electronic devices, hardware for touch screens and movement sensors, according to the  [Read More…]

HTC Updates On BootLoaders

On it’s facebook page, HTC announced that they will bring unlocked bootloaders to HTC Sensation and HTC EVO 3D by the end of the summer.

This means that customers will be able to apply software hacks and modifications on their phones freely, The Android Community has been wishing for that for quite a while. The Phones will receive a maintenance update in August, And The unlocking capability will be fully enabled by September. HTC also  [Read More…]

Try Out YouTube’s Gorgeous New Design, ‘Cosmic Panda’

Google’s design team has been on fire lately with Google+ and subsequent visual updates to Gmail and Google’s main page. YouTube is now getting a redesign too, codenamed Cosmic Panda, and yes, this one is open to the public.


As announced on YouTube’s official blog, Cosmic Panda is yet another design experiment aimed at making YouTube more user-friendly. Any YouTube user can simply head to turn it on, or turn it off later if they’re so inclined.

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Skype – Facebook collaboration , Take this Google+

The Skype – Facebook collaboration was announced yesterday by Mark zuckerberg who demonstrated an awesome Skype team product, That confirmes what Mark Zuckerberg always beleived in that Facebook will keep on growing.

This is considerd to be a big hit to Google+ Hangout which was begining to prove useful. When Mark Zuckerberg announced the teaming up of  Facebook and Skype;Google was shooked , Zuckerberg demonstrated the new Skype video integration feature that will allow video chating  [Read More…]

Spotify Announces Long Awaited US Arrival

Way back on October 8th, 2010, my colleague Wiley picked up on sources reporting from Europe that Spotify – the hugely popular online music service – was inching ever closer to finally launching in the US, a development that would put the streaming service in head-to-head competition with Apple’s iTunes.

Nine months later, this “imminent” arrival has finally taken place – or at least, it’s forthcoming arrival has now been confirmed at long last. On Wednesday, Spotify  [Read More…]

Google+ : “all profiles to be public”

While after while Google+ final outlines begin to take shape, And the latest disclose on Google plus help page that there won’t be any private profiles on Google+.

Google+ is expanding to more people ,Google thinks that private profiles dosen’t allow the best use of Google+ which is helping people find and connect each other online. But you can control what information you share since full name and gender are the only  [Read More…]

Moving Facebook Photos To Picasa – Soon to be Google Photos – By a Click

As Mashable suggested to share the knowledge of a good ways to transfer photos from Facebook to Picasa, A recently Launched easy way to transfer Facebook photos and albums to Picasa which will be renamed as Google Photos very soon proves to be very handy. connects with your Facebook account, then all your Facebook Photos, albums, sans captions and comments will be transfered to Google’s Picasa Service. It takes a while to get  [Read More…]

Transcenic Inc. Sues Google and Microsoft Over 3D Mapping Technology

A Louisiana based company is sueing Microsoft and Google Accusing them of violating a patent around 3D mapping technology.Transcenic Inc. alleges that Google and Microsoft Acquired the technology that allow them mapping in 3D illegally

Google’s Street View and Microsoft’s Streetside allows users to see places in 3D instead of the birds-eye view. Transcenic Inc. also is sueing AOL and MapQuest for the 360 View technology, “has injured Transcenic and Transcenic is  [Read More…]

Chinese Company Developing Cloud-Based Mobile OS to Rival iOS, Android in China

Apple may be gunning for dominance within the enormous and highly lucrative mobile phone population in China, but if Alibaba Group has its druthers, Apple and Google may see their respective mobile operating systems face some stiff competition from the supposedly in-development cloud-based mobile OS designed by the Chinese e-commerce giant.

If reports coming out of China and reported by the Wall Street Journal this morning are accurate, Alibaba Group’s very own smartphone operating system  [Read More…]